Pré-vestibulares populares: estratégia de acesso dos excedentes à educação superior

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Universidade Federal de Goiás


The research "Popular Pre Entrance Exam: strategy of access to surplus of higher education", developed in the Research Line of Education, Work and Social Movements, at PPGE/FE/UFG aims to investigate the emergence, constitution and reconfiguration of the popular preparatory courses of access to higher education. For this purpose qualitative methodologies are used: bibliographical research and documentary research of dissertations and theses, in order to identify the themes and the organizing agents that appears, more frequently, in the creation and maintenance of these experiences. Nationally, emerge with greater regularity as organizing agents of PVPs the black movements and student movements. However, at the most recent studies consulted the State also appears as organizer of preparatory courses. The text is grounded on the idea that PVPs need to be analyzed due to the surpluses of the entrance exam and the tension between an inclusion-exclusion relation of universities. In this way, we try to analyze these courses in function of the social contradictions and inclusions that the courses propose to realize. It is pointed that there is a structural limit in the proposal of these courses because the possibilities of inclusion are subordinated to the shortage of vacancies in higher education. It is concluded that with the State as a new organizing agent, and if it is compared to the experiences of the black and student movements, occurs a reconfiguration of popular pre entrance exam in form and content.



ALMEIDA, L. V. Pré-vestibulares populares: estratégia de acesso dos excedentes à educação superior. 2016. 127 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Educação) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2016.