Navegando Publicações diversas por Autor "Adoue, Silvia Beatriz [UNESP]"
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ItemTrabalho de conclusão de cursoO curinga na educação: o Teatro do Oprimido como prática pedagógica(Universidade Estadual Paulista (Unesp), 2018) Campos, Rafael dos Santos de Almeida [UNESP]; Adoue, Silvia Beatriz [UNESP]; Universidade Estadual Paulista (Unesp)The following study intends to demonstrate, through the research of chosen bibliography and stories from theater workshops, how the Theater of the Oppressed, as systematized by Augusto Boal, constitutes itself as a pedagogical instrument. Through the whole set of its techniques and artistical philosophy, which shows an intimacy with a liberating pedagogical pratice, it's made an questioning of the role of art as a force of change of the reality, as an source of empowerment of the social actors that claims it ItemTrabalho de conclusão de cursoO retrato dramático da violência: uma análise de Dois perdidos numa noite suja, de Plínio Marcos(Universidade Estadual Paulista (Unesp), 2017-02-03) Oliveira, Kleiton Ferreira de [UNESP]; Adoue, Silvia Beatriz [UNESP]; Universidade Estadual Paulista (Unesp)This final graduation work intends to explore the play Dois Perdidos Numa Noite Suja and to analyze the stylistic and literary form through which Plínio Marcos represents violence within the suburb. After contextualizing Plínio Marcos' theater production within the Brazilian drama, we will try to understand the irruption of the violence on the psychological horizon of the characters, as well as in their relation with the social environment where they are inserted, denominated in this work as a marginal place. Based on Jean-Pierre Ryngaert's model of dramatic analysis, we understand the text through the setting, ambiance, dialogues and mainly its characters, thus analyzing thoroughly the plot of the play. Thereby, we proceed to the elucidation of the sociogeographical context which the plot is written on, building it upon sociological and psychoanalytic notes that exemplify the discerned ideas regarding violence