Trajetórias e caminhos : uma cartografia dos bebês
Oliveira, Julia Yoko Tachikawa de
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This research aimed to trace the movements of the babies through the cartography, considering them protagonists of the traces. Aiming to promote a discussion about the research methodology for studies of babies in their specificities on the spaces they occupy, the work mapped the babies movements and actions daily in a public space, in a collective context of experiences, in an institution of early child education and care. The methodology of research was qualitative approach in the ethnographic type with participant observation, capture of images and records, this documentation and diaries was transcribed in maps accompanied by subtitles and descriptions of scenes. The theoretical framework was based on the Sociology of Childhood, with William Corsaro, with the model of the global web and a cultural routines, and in Fernand Deligny, for a cartography, whose practices of maps were revealed as a form of transcription of the "voices", movements, affections, encounters and not the explanation of the origin or nature of movements or other forms of interpretations about behaviors and standardized actions. The research uses a language for the possibility of indicate some paths and tracks to enlarge our understanding of the " babies world " and looked for knowledge in how works can be as starting points babies participation as sources and informants, to be constitute in a research with babies, not just about babies.