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Title: ¿Es la educación neoliberal el fin de la educación ilustrada?
Author: Méndez González, Norto
Director: Aibar Puentes, Eduard  
Tutor: Crespín Perales, Montserrat
Keywords: illustrated education
neoliberal education
academic capitalism
cognitive-cultural economy
human capital
Issue Date: Jan-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: This research aims to study the educational system born from the values of the Enlightenment and the French Revolution, in order to compare it to the current model that we have called Neoliberal Education. We propose first of all a theoretical framework to understand the main elements, historical and socio-political, which crossed and are crossing today the pedagogical institutions. To address the issue of this paper we will use a constructivist and qualitative method, drawing on prestigious literature as well as empirical statistical data collected from various sources. The geopolitical area that we will study is mainly Europe, but with references also to North America, since neoliberal policies have a clear emergence in the Euro-Atlantic axis after the 1973 Oil Crisis. We will approach the research with a certain temporal linearity, from the philosophical, economic and sociological fields, in order to better understand the educational fact and its historical transformation. We will offer some final reflections with the aim of identifying the argumentative and material failures of the different educational systems and we will try to propose new scenarios.
Language: Spanish
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