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by Myra Bergman Ramos,Richard Shaull,Paulo Freire
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  • Author:
    Myra Bergman Ramos,Richard Shaull,Paulo Freire
  • ISBN:
    0070732183
  • ISBN13:
    978-0070732186
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  • Publisher:
    Herder and Herder; Reprint edition (1972)
  • Pages:
    186 pages
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    Foreign Language Study & Reference
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by Paulo Freire (Author), Myra Bergman Ramos (Translator). In my view, Freire' works and this book in particular are indispensable in understanding the struggles of the oppressed and the part to be played by those who wish to assist. 10 people found this helpful.

by Paulo Freire (Author), Myra Bergman Ramos (Translator). ISBN-13: 978-0826406118.

The methodology of the late Paulo Freire has helped to empower countless impoverished and illiterate people throughout the world. Pedagogy of the Oppressed meets the single criterion of a 'classic': it has outlived his own time and its author's

The methodology of the late Paulo Freire has helped to empower countless impoverished and illiterate people throughout the world. Freire's work has taken on especial urgency in the United States and Western Europe. Pedagogy of the Oppressed meets the single criterion of a 'classic': it has outlived his own time and its author's. Freire remains the most important writer on popular education and surely the virtual founder of the perspective known as Critical Pedagogy. This is truly revolutionary pedagogy.

English] Pedagogy of the oppressed, Paulo Freire ; translated by Myra Bergman Ramos ; introduction by Donaldo .

English] Pedagogy of the oppressed, Paulo Freire ; translated by Myra Bergman Ramos ; introduction by Donaldo Macedo. 30th anniversary ed. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 0-8264-1276-9 (alk. paper) 1. Freire, Paulo, 1921- . .Oppressed people all over the world identified with Paulo Freire's denunciation of the oppressive conditions that were choking millions of poor people, including a large number of middle-class families that had bitterly begun to experience the inhumanity of hunger in a po-tentially very rich and fertile country.

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Pedagogy of the Oppressed (Paperback). by Paulo Freire (Author), Myra Bergman Ramos (Translator)

Pedagogy of the Oppressed (Paperback). by Paulo Freire (Author), Myra Bergman Ramos (Translator). Freire's work has taken on special urgency in the United States and Western Europe, where the creation of a permanent underclass among the underprivileged and minorities in cities and urban centers is increasingly accepted as the norm.

In book: Mobilising Classics - Reading Radical Writing in Ireland, Chapter: Paulo Freire's Pedagogy of the Oppressed, Publisher: Manchester . When the contemporary reader first approaches Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy of the. Oppressed there may be some initial barriers to be confronted.

Cite this publication. First, precisely what.

Paulo Freire, Myra Bergman Ramos (Translator). Donaldo Macedo (Introduction). Richard Shaull (Foreword). The book is eminently quotable and makes it point much better than I ever could, so in the spirit of dialogue (which is an instrument of liberation!), I will allow my own thoughts to dialogue with those of Senhor Freire.

Over the years, the thought and work of the Brazilian educator Paulo Freire have spread from the North East of Brazil to an entire continent, and have made a profound impact not only in the field of education but also in the overall struggle for national development. In this country, we are gradually becoming aware of the work of Paulo Freire, but thus far we have thought of it primarily in terms of its contribution to the education of illiterate adults in the Third World. If, however, we take a closer look, we may discover that his methodology as well as his educational philosophy are as important for us as for the dispossessed in Latin America.

Softbound edition.

Nea
I absolutely love this book, and consider it a must have for any educator or person who works with oppressed groups. This book helped me better approach my teaching job as a person of privilege who works with at risk students in a high poverty area. It explains how to allow the oppressed to come to their own conclusions about the ways of the world, instead of treating them as a container to be filled with a teacher's purportedly superior ideas. He gives an actionable method for guiding oppressed people to take an active and critical role in their education: through the use of easily executed thematic studies and questioning. He includes many historic examples to create a strong foundation for his arguments. I found his writing challenging but extremely rewarding, if you are patient with this book there is much to learn.
Faebei
Great, eye-opening read, without the pretense that is often associated with this subject matter. Chapter 2 already features great substance. In other words, this is not the type of book that drags on for 150 pages before there's a payoff. It's a powerful exploration into the realms of education, pedagogy and oppression, but not in the trite sense we hear about regularly. Has the potential to change someone's way of thinking and today is as relevant as ever.
Ddilonyne
Pedogogy of the Oppressed first came out in English in 1970 (or thereabouts). ithink I read it first as a budding community organizer in 1971 or 72. I was totally captivated as were many others. It was acclaimed then as one of the most powerful messages to those who believed in social justice and wish to somehow work with the poor and oppressed to seek their liberation. It was, and remains both a guide and a challenge to us. Freire urges us to first understand the situations of the oppressed, from their point of view, out of their own experience. Two, of many, lessons are crucial. One, is to understand our own need for liberation, our own need to recognize our own place in capitalist exploitation. Freire admonishes us not assume that we (academics, social workers, activists, community organizers, etc) can liberate or empower the oppressed. We can only accompany them on that journey, often a very difficult and dagerous one. He does not desparage the effots of "outsiders" to offer assistance, nor does he romanticize those who live under the heal of oppressivensystems. Our efforts however must be undertaken in humility, in solidarity with the poor, not as self appointed leaders and theoreticians who will impart our sophistcated knowledge to the masses. Indeed, contemporary activists and academics, both those in the acadey and inthe field, who offer rules and lessons on how to work in solidarity or, as is common these days, how to act as "allies" need to read Pedagogy before they dispense their lessons. And they should continue to read it. A second crucial point is to learn, think about, and put into action the notion of praxis, the crucial idea of always linking theory,action and reflection in working for progressive, liberation social change. Simply put, there can be no fundamental change without action and analysis. Ideas and action must not be seen to be in opposition but in a dynamic relationship. There are many points that Freire makes that come out of his own experience with the poor as well as his extensive reading of the great critical theorists. In my view, Freire' works and this book in particular are indispensable in understanding the struggles of the oppressed and the part to be played by those who wish to assist.
Prince Persie
One of the most important books I have ever read. Totally changed my view of education and made me a more conscientious Social Worker. Highly recommend this book as a must have for anyone working in education, teaching, with youth and social services.
Adrietius
While the book is can seem somewhat radical in the first chapter, the message does become clear by the second. I can definitely see how Freire was arrested - they only read the first pages. This book did really open my eyes to the institutionally installed glass ceiling.
Little Devil
This book is for my personal library. It answers very important questions I have had throughout my life, concerning how a society that has been marked by colonization can overcome that past conditioning and understand it in a new light, an empowering one.
Ohatollia
This book is incredible!!! it is well written and the vocabulary would keeps the most avid reader on his toes. I am a college graduate and i had a dictionary in one hand and a pen in the other! The book describe learning as a subjective approach, it is not about teaching them, but what can we learn from each other. Freire approach to teaching should be standard in every institution across the world.
very thoughtful and clearly expressed set of thoughts on the relationship between pedagogy and how people in different social strata interact with education and how they inform each other.