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Title:Štirje principi vzgoje na primeru majevske kulture iz Chiapasa in Jukatana
Authors:Terčelj, Marija Mojca (Author)
Files:URL http://www.dlib.si/details/URN:NBN:SI:DOC-J8AG9YXP
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Not categorized
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:UPR - University of Primorska
Abstract:Prièujoèi prispevek, ki sega na zunajevropsko obmoèje, skusa na podlagi primerjave druzinske vzgoje in vzgoje drzavnih izobrazevalnih projektov med gorskimi Maji v Chiapasu in Maji na Jukatanu prikazati vkljuèevanje otrok v sirse druzbeno okolje in nekatere probleme, ki se vzpostavljajo s sooèanjem dveh neusklajenih vzgojnih pristopov. Glavna razhajanja med vzgojo, ki jo ponuja druzinsko okolje, in vzgojnimi principi, ki jih ponuja sodobna pedagoska znanost, so v tesni povezanosti druzinskih èlanov in vzgajanju k samostojnosti, odgovornosti in spostovanju v indijanskih skupnostih ter nesamostojnosti, parcializaciji in odtujenosti v primeru sodobnih pedagoskih pristopov.
Keywords:vzgoja, družina, vrednote, indigenizem, izobraževalni projekti, Chiapas, Jukatan
Year of publishing:2007
Publisher:Slovene Ethnographic Museum
Number of pages:str. 71-86
Numbering:Letn. 17
ISSN:0354-0316
UDC:37:39(725.1)
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Language:English
Title:The four principles of the education with reference to a case study of the Maya culture in Chiapas and Yucatan
Abstract:The present article, which focuses on a non-European area, is an attempt to present the inclusion of children in the wider social environment and is basedon a comparison between family education and education in government education processes, that is between the Mountain Maya in Chiapas and the Maya of Yucatan; it further addresses some issues deriving from the confrontation of these two uncoordinated approaches to education. The principal differences between the education provided by a family environment and the education principles asserted by modern education science lie in the close links between family members and education towards autonomy, responsibility and respect in the Indian communities, and towards dependence, partialisation and alienation in the case of modern approaches to education.
Keywords:education, family, values, indigenism, education projects, Chiapas, Yucatan

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