Alternativas pedagógicas de resistencia a la discriminación educativa neoliberal ejercida por el poder masculino-blanco-rico

Palabras clave: Discriminación educacional, política educacional, Diálogo, argumentación, Narración

Resumen

Con el propósito de coadyuvar a sustentar la idea de que las políticas educativas neoliberales son discriminatorias y utilizan el sistema educativo para ejercer discriminación de raza, género y clase a favor del poder masculino-blanco-rico, el siguiente artículo de reflexión recopiló, de las principales bases de datos y repositorios, algunos trabajos escritos en habla inglesa que orbitan alrededor de este tema.  El propósito fue dar a conocer en habla hispana algo de lo que se ha discutido en inglés sobre el racismo en la educación. La revisión reveló también la existencia de espacios educativos de resistencia, en esencia, una perspectiva pedagógica basada en la intimidad del diálogo en las aulas, la conversación, la argumentación y la narrativa.

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Biografía del autor/a

Nelson Molina, Universidad de La Salle, Colombia

Doctorando en Educación del Doctorado Interinstitucional en Educación, Universidad Distrital “Francisco José de Caldas”, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional y Universidad del Valle en Colombia. Licenciado en Filología y Magíster en Lingüística de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia.  Especialista en Entornos Virtuales de Educación de la Escuela de Altos Estudios Argentinos y la Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos, OEI. Becario del Goethe Institut, München, Alemania.

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2020-01-29
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Molina, N. (2020). Alternativas pedagógicas de resistencia a la discriminación educativa neoliberal ejercida por el poder masculino-blanco-rico. Revista Innova Educación, 2(1), 7-24. https://doi.org/10.35622/j.rie.2020.01.001
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