The school in the hyper-connected world: Networks instead of walls?
Keywords: Education, discipline, networks, body, subjectivity
AbstractThis essay is intended to reflect about the school crisis, from a genealogical perspective, considering how information and communication technologies –particularly mobiles with internet access– are affecting the way this modern institution works. Which is the influence that the contact with these devices –as well as the ways of life they imply, including economic, political and sociocultural factors- causes on contemporary subjectivities and bodies? The aim is to detect and comprehend the growing incompatibilities between these bodies and subjectivities, on one side, and school regulations and technologies, on the other side, as well as understanding some of their meanings and formulate possible answers to this conflict.
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Sibilia, P. (2012). The school in the hyper-connected world: Networks instead of walls?. MATRIZes, 5(2), 195-211. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1982-8160.v5i2p195-211