Lazer e processos educativos : mergulhos culturais na Bacia do Salto
Souza, Paulo César Antonini de
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This study was conducted with thirteen participants dips and jumps in the Bacia do Salto do Rio Jacaré, site located at Parque dos Saltos in Brotas city, small town of São Paulo state. The social practice of dips and jumps in Bacia, culturally developed by residents of the city since childhood, which is presented as a breach of the established commercially values by the brotense tourism industry, because are developing in an unused space by agencies to due the risk that the site offers to people who do this. During the development of this dissertation, the relationship between popular culture, languages and cutout art and, the time and freedom in leisure, dialogue each and provided orientate many of reflections built. The objective of this research was to unveil the essence of a social recreation in the Bacia do Salto, in attempt to understand the educational processes constituted in these relations, in recognition to cultural diversity as a possible element for the establishment of a teaching focused on the human and its existence. The methodology was phenomenology, located phenomenon mode, conduced from the question: What does sense in your experience in Bacia do Salto of Rio Jacaré Pepira? In the analysis of the data collected through individual interviews, we found four categories: A) Ecstasy; B) Envisage the adversity, C) Masculine context; D) Educational Processes. In the considerations we understand the relationships of the educational components that travel in continuous motion from the reflections of the participants, embodied by the sensations of pleasure, means of confronting the fears and anxieties of daily life and self-assertion on the role they have assumed before the society . The essence indicates that a new look unveiled without preconceptions and willing to accept the popular wisdom of the experience, practice, social leisure, has potential facultative to building a humane pedagogical Latin American, born by way of men and women's groups and grassroots communities.