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Revista Polis e Psique

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SOUZA, Alice De Marchi Pereira de  and  SZUCHMAN, Karine Shamash. Piercing the pockets of social psychology: transgressive experiments in teaching. Rev. Polis Psique [online]. 2021, vol.11, n.1, pp. 143-161. ISSN 2238-152X.

This article emerges from the invitation to one of its authors for the event "Themes in Debate" of 2019, in which the question "What does the present have to contribute to a certain social psychology?" arose. Such an event meets another one, in progress: three teachers exchanged ideas about their teaching practices at public universities and faced the same question. The experience of a more diverse and multicultural classroom based on affirmative policies is taken as an analysis field that mobilizes and moves our teaching in social psychology and drives this writing. Field diaries and correspondences are our methodological tools. Through training and experimentation processes that focus on education as a practice of freedom, we aim to discuss possible transgressions - both in the teaching practices in the classroom and in the transmitted social psychology, living up to the disruptive, inventive and connective character of the ethical-aesthetic-political paradigm that we share.

Keywords : Teaching; Transgression; Social Psychology; Ethical-aesthetic-political paradigm.

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