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Pedagogy of the Oppressed | Study Guide

Paulo Freire

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Overview

Author

Paulo Freire

Year Published

1968

Type

Nonfiction

Genre

Nonfiction, Philosophy

At a Glance

Paulo Freire was a Brazilian educator dedicated to helping lift peasants from a life of oppression by engaging them in critical consciousness, or conscientização, about their situations. During his time in political exile, Freire created a pedagogy, or teaching method, to guide revolutionary leaders in their attempt to encourage oppressed people to join in political action through respectful dialogue.

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About the Title

Pedagogy of the Oppressed refers to Freire's program for educating oppressed people, in which students gain awareness of their political, cultural, economic, and social circumstances while becoming literate.

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