As tecnologias nos organismos internacionais: uma análise política do discurso

Autores

Palavras-chave:

Neoliberalismo, Políticas educacionais, Tecnologia da informação e da comunicação, Governabilidade

Resumo

As Tecnologias da Informação e da Comunicação (TIC) são parte essencial do discurso educativo de instituições como a OCDE e a Unesco. As pesquisas sobre a questão não têm examinado suficientemente os mecanismos ideológicos que operam por trás desses discursos educativos sobre tecnologia. Assim, o objetivo do artigo é analisar de forma discursiva os argumentos utilizados em textos de política educacional de instâncias supranacionais (OCDE e Unesco) que apoiam a implantação das TIC na Educação. Realizamos uma análise documental adotando a abordagem metodológica da Análise Política de Discurso (APD). Os resultados mostram como os discursos sobre as TIC presentes nos documentos de ambas as instituições fazem parte de uma visão da educação que precisa se adequar às demandas das sociedades e das economias neoliberais.

Biografia do Autor

Juan Miguel Martínez Martínez, Universidad de Granada (UGR), Granada, Andalucía, España

Juan Miguel Martínez Martínez, Universidad de Granada (UGR), Granada, Andalucía, EspañaDoctor en Ciencias de la Educación, investigador en el Departamento de Didáctica de las Ciencias Sociales

Antonio Tudela Sancho, Universidad de Granada (UGR), Granada, Andalucía, España

Profesor Titular del Departamento de Didáctica de las Ciencias Sociales

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02-09-2021

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Políticas Públicas, Avaliação e Gestão