A identidade institucional da universidade brasileira segundo atores macrossociais relevantes: convergências e conflitos
Author(s)Angelo Brigato Ésther
Special aspects of education
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AbstractThe analysis about the institutional identity of the brazilian university is an arduous task, to the extent that there are speeches of various social actors with various political-ideological perspectives not always convergent, which earn "updates" along the historical time, in order to not only avoid anachronisms, but above all folding in the defense of positions. For this porpose, many devices are used, making use of statistics, quantitative comparisons and quality, but in a way that is not always contextualized. In this article, we perform an analysis about the official speeches of what we call here "relevant macrosocial actors", seeking to identify convergent and divergent aspects, in trying to clarify how these actors define the institution of the university brazilian, i.e. as they define and describe the institutional identity of brazilian university. We do not end the matter nor the possibilities, but the goal is to identify the basic conception of macrosocial actors in its more conceptual aspect, i.e. it is not to identify operational procedures about universities. On the contrary, it is pointing out and discussing the identities defended and proposeds, from the fundamental reference expressed in brazilian legislation, that represents the position of central government.