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Título: Men's learning in Portugal
Autor: Almeida, António Fragoso de
Marques, João Filipe
Lança, M.
Palavras-chave: Portugal
Long life learning
Masculinities
Menhood
Informal learning
Fishing Clubs
Data: 2014
Editora: NIACE
Resumo: In the last three decades, rapid changes in Portuguese society have affected almost all dimensions of life in Portugal. The Portuguese population recognises a mix of traditional and modern in their normative cultural and social systems, which both operate simultaneously. Medeiros (1988) arguest that there are no solutions of continuity between these normative systems, indicative of hybridisations that potentially lead to tensions. This hybrid mix includes Portuguese approaches to gender and masculinities. In this chapter, we examine different theoretical positions on gender, masculinities and men's learning in contemporary Portuguese society, informed by a European learning partnership study of men learning in the community. We include some initial results of the Portuguese strand of this study, including some provisional conclusions which guide our ongoing research based around a case study of men involved in a Portuguese fishing club. Portugal is a society in transition, where gender roles are currently being redefined. As this process unfolds, we conclude from our research that some men seek out space in which to learn from each other, whether informally or through self-directed learning.
Descrição: Edited by Barry Golding, Rob Mark and Annette Foley
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.1/4630
ISBN: 978-1-86201-828-0
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