2007
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-71822007000100002
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Abstract: Na reação à hegemonia da Psicologia Social norte-americana, nos anos setenta e oitenta, algumas experiências de pesquisas no cotidiano foram banidas da memória coletiva da disciplina, seja por excesso de patrulhamento ideológico, seja pela identificação de toda a produção européia e norte-americana com a vertente mais individualista da Psicologia Social. Ao recuperar o interesse por observações no cotidiano, a Psicologia Social "desmemoriada" buscou na Antropologia o subsídio para pesquisas de "tipo etnográfic… Show more

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“…The subcategory with the largest percentage in terms of methodological procedures was the study of documents (22.45%), which is considered a non-invasive way of obtaining data because it does not involve the direct collection of information from people participating in the study (Spink, 2007). The other subcategories, considered to be invasive ways of collecting data, totaled 55.1%.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The subcategory with the largest percentage in terms of methodological procedures was the study of documents (22.45%), which is considered a non-invasive way of obtaining data because it does not involve the direct collection of information from people participating in the study (Spink, 2007). The other subcategories, considered to be invasive ways of collecting data, totaled 55.1%.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Considering the characteristic of these procedures, we can state that there are new relationships among those involved in research (Spink, 2007). The researcher and the subject or context under study were involved in methodological procedures that break with the precepts of the epistemology of distance.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Assim sendo, a presente pesquisa, baseada em uma epistemologia feminista proposta por Donna Haraway (1995), adota como princípio metodológico fundamental a observação no cotidiano (Spink, 2007), pensando o conceito de campo-tema (Spink, 2003) como articulador da produção científica.…”
Section: Procedimentos Metodológicosunclassified
“…It is also possible to find texts with methodological proposals on how to research daily life. M. J. P. Spink (2007), for example, retrieves the memory of three classic studies of Social Psychology 10 conducted in the first half of the last century. By rescuing this tradition of research around daily life, the author alerts us to the fact that looking at daily life is not something new in Social Psychology.…”
Section: Social Psychology and Everyday Lifementioning
confidence: 99%
“…As we know, daily life work is also the subject of other 9 As an example, we can cite the text by Critelli (2008) on daily life consumption, and the text by Nardi (2008) on sexual diversity policies in the educational daily context. 10 M. J. P. Spink (2007) brings back in this text, the following classical studies in the first half of the 20 th century: 1) the study of Marienthal, performed in a community of unemployed by Jahoda, Lazarsfeld and Zeisel; 2) the research "When prophecies fail", effected by Festinger and his colleagues; and 3) a precursor study of Environmental Psychology, conducted with children by Barker and Wright.…”
Section: Work and Daily Lifementioning
confidence: 99%