Hariduse varjatud mõjuväljad: pilk nurgatagustesse

  • Giuseppina Marsico
  • Min He
  • Jaan Valsiner

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Suur osa koolis ja lasteaedades omandatavast haridusest jõuab lasteni kõrvaliste kohtade ehk selliste paikade kaudu, mis asuvad küll haridusasutuste territooriumil, kuid ei ole otseselt õppetegevuseks ette nähtud. Samas puutuvad kõik kooliskäijad nendega oma igapäevaste toimetuste käigus tahes-tahtmata kokku. Hiina lasteaedades ja koolides saadud etnograafilisele kogemusele toetudes analüüsime hariva sisuga semiootiliselt kodeeritud salakirja õppeasutuste sissepääsude, koridoride ja trepikodade seintel ning sellistele kõrvalistele kohtadele seatud eesmärke. Näitame, et selline kodeerimine viib keskkonna kultuurilise organiseerituse täiuseni, mille puhul muutuvad otsesed hariva suunitlusega sõnumid üleliigseks.

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