Infância, Experiência e Linguagem em Walter Benjamin: a indústria cultural e as implicações pedagógicas do empobrecimento da experiência formativa
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According to studies developed by the Critical Theory of Society, particularly Theodor Theodor W. Adorno (1984, 1992, 1994, 1995, 2002, 2010), Max Horkheimer (1984, 1980) and Walter Benjamin (1970, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1992), the proliferation of the apparatus of the culture industry becomes, gradually, the formative experience increasingly scarce and superficial. The society of information is the same that nevertheless, imposes on its subject a condition of semi-formation to expropriate them the signs of interaction with the world, especially in the establishment of a form of instrumental language. In infancy, the formatting of the bodies through the school subject, which ignores the subjective forms of expression of the child, supports with the gradual curtailment of the possibilities of human emancipation. This research aimed to understand how multiple languages in childhood are decoded in the school environment as an unruly act, and to be repaired by formatting the children's bodies, so this practice relates to a semi-formative educational model.