Mémoire, histoire et identités sociales: le role des représentations sociales dans la formation des identités sociales et dans la construction de la connaissance historique par les élèves
Castro Siman, Lana Marade
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This article will discuss how socially constructed representations of the past concerning the role black people played in the memory of Brazil persist in the pupils' minds, requiring cautious approach by teachers. The discussion will be based on data collected from history classes of children 9 to 11 years old and will focus on existing links between memories, identities and social representations.
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