As Dinâmicas nas Políticas de Ensino Superior - Um Modelo Teórico

Autores

  • Jaakko Kauko Research Unit focusing on the Sociology and Politics of Education (KUPOLI), Institute of Behavioural Sciences, University of Helsinki

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5007/2178-4582.2016v50n1p233

Palavras-chave:

dinâmicas, políticas de ensino superior, contingência, agendamento

Resumo

Este artigo apresenta um modelo para analisar as dinâmicas nas políticas de ensino superior (DHEP). Teoricamente, o modelo baseia-se na história conceitual da contingência política, das teorias do agendamento (agenda setting) e em pesquisas anteriores sobre o assunto. De acordo com o modelo, a complexidade sócio-histórica pode ser melhor analisada considerando-se duas dimensões: a situação política e as possibilidades políticas.  Empiricamente, o modelo foi testado e desenvolvido no contexto do ensino superior finlandês, por meio de entrevistas e de material documental, cujos resultados tornaram possível identificar que as dinâmicas nas políticas de ensino superior estão fortemente relacionada a mudanças externas ao sistema de ensino superior, posições mutáveis dos atores em diferentes vertentes políticas e à natureza inesperada das dinâmicas. As DHEP também podem ser usadas para desvelar os efeitos das possibilidades estabelecidas, porém implícitas, que podem viabilizar ou impossibilitar outras vertentes políticas em um sistema de ensino superior.

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