Banca de QUALIFICAÇÃO: FABIANA DE SOUZA LEAO

Uma banca de QUALIFICAÇÃO de DOUTORADO foi cadastrada pelo programa.
STUDENT : FABIANA DE SOUZA LEAO
DATE: 05/12/2019
TIME: 15:00
LOCAL: NEPSA II, Auditório I
TITLE:
DELICATE ATIVISM  AND REFLECTIVE SOCIAL PRACTICE IN THE THREEFOLD SOCIAL ORGANISM: A PHENOMENOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE TURMALINA RURAL WALDORF SCHOOL (EWRT) IN PAUDALHO, PERNAMBUCO (2016-2020)

KEY WORDS:

Anthroposophic Administration; Threefold Social Organism, Soul Economy; Delicate Activism, Reflective Social Practice; Organic Society; Waldorf Schools.


PAGES: 53
BIG AREA: Ciências Sociais Aplicadas
AREA: Administração
SUMMARY:

This research addresses fundamental concepts of Anthroposophical Spiritual Science, founded by the Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner, applied to the organizational field, particularly in the administration of Waldorf Schools. In this line of thought, we focus on the Trembembation of the Social Organism, which is part of Social Pedagogy; the Living Economy, which contemplates precepts of the economic axis; Delicate Activism along with Reflective Social Practice as Contemporary Anthroposophical Approaches by Alan Kaplan and Sue Davidoff. From this anthroposophical epistemological and ontological basis, the research question is to what extent the Waldorf School phenomenon - as a Living Social Organism - can be understood in its threefold perspective: 1) Philosophy / Culture / Freedom (Thinking); 2) Right / Equality (Feeling); 3) Economy / Fraternity (Wanting). Through Goethe's cognitive method of Phenomenological Observation, taking into account the three dimensions of the Trimembration of the Living Social Organism, especially in its economic dimension under the prism of the principles of Living Economy advocated by Rudolf Steiner. Thus, the overall objective is to understand the phenomenon of social relations, the flow of activities, processes and organizational structure at Waldorf Schools from the perspective of Delicate Activism and Reflective Social Practice. Specific objectives: 1) Describe the social relationships of co-creation of the living organism by founding members, managers, teachers, tutors, parents, students, staff, employees, supporters from the beginning, structuring, growth to expansion. ; 2) To analyze the extent to which group decisions occur in a shared way, in Collegiate Assemblies and under the Sociocracy regime, from meetings to the realization of activities (joint efforts, parties, courses, events, etc.) involving the management council, collegiate of teachers, delegations, working groups (WGs) on miscellaneous activities, general assemblies, study groups, classroom meetings, social gatherings, considering events based on understanding (thinking), compassion (feeling), and collaboration (wanting); 3) Identify to what extent the self-management and sociocracy of routines, flows, processes, in a cooperative, altruistic and coherent sense have been occurring, which constitute administrative practices recommended by Rudolf Steiner in the management of self-managed living social organisms from the perspective of Activism. Delicate and Reflective Social Practice.As for the characterization of the research, the chosen field of observation was a Waldorf School located in a rural region 40 km from Recife, capital of Pernambuco, in the northeast of Brazil. Being the living social organism investigated, the Waldorf Rural Tourmaline School (EWRT), which has been operating since 2016, in full-time (morning and afternoon), welcoming about 125 families distributed in Maternal, Children's, Elementary I and II to High School. As for the method, the research is qualitative, applied, descriptive and field, being carried out by Goethe's cognitive method of phenomenological observation, which must occur with scientific rigor following the following steps: stage 0 - state of veneration, stage 1: pure experience, stage 2: experience combined with thinking, stage 3: relationships with the external environment, stage 4: apprehension of essence. As an instrument for data collection, in-depth interviews will be conducted and also through participant observation in general assemblies, collegiate meetings, classroom meetings, and classroom observation. The method of analysis is the content analysis of interviews and life narratives of managers, teachers, students, selected by sampling. Thus, the study should contribute to the understanding of the phenomenon of social relations in Waldorf Schools from the organizational point of view, both internally and externally. There is also a predominance of individuality disputes over collective welfare. In which active listening, altruism should predominate, seeks the coherence between thinking-feeling-wanting and the fundamental anthroposophical principles of sociocracy. It is also observed that the Waldorf School investigated is in full organizational transition between a competition regime, structuralist, individuation to organic, systemic, cooperative, with emphasis on the collective through collegiate decisions, shared management and collaborative.


BANKING MEMBERS:
Presidente - 1169358 - WASHINGTON JOSE DE SOUSA
Interna - 1149369 - ANATALIA SARAIVA MARTINS RAMOS
Externo ao Programa - 1149626 - MAURO LEMUEL DE OLIVEIRA ALEXANDRE
Notícia cadastrada em: 02/12/2019 08:16
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