Play in Public Urban Contexts in Brazil View Full Text


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DATE

2018

AUTHORS

Paula Sanders Pereira Pinto

ABSTRACT

With the intention to describe and analyze how Brazilian children play in urban public contexts, we used contributions from Brazilian and foreign theorists and researchers. Studies indicate that even with the great expansion of cities and the dangers associated with this expansion, it is still possible to see Brazilian children playing spontaneously in the streets and city reserves, as well as in parks, squares, and public playgrounds, especially in neighborhoods of low socioeconomic status. We identified a variety of plays, such as plays with rules and social contingency, as well as exploration and functional use of the equipment of playgrounds. The studied children occupied public spaces in different manners, depending on their proximity to the place, offering their own personal sense to each place in which they played. The children also indicated perceptions about the spaces and offered some suggestions to better adequate the cities to the demands of childhood, assuming their rights as citizens. More... »

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83-98

Book

TITLE

Children's Play and Learning in Brazil

ISBN

978-3-319-93598-0
978-3-319-93599-7

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-3-319-93599-7_7

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