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Master Thesis

Enseigner la liberté de pensée contre le conformisme par la littérature et les discussions à visée philosophique

Abstract : As a social being, we are subject daily to contexts of influence in which we are subject to conform or not. Children having a natural tendency to suggestibility, the objective of this study is to enable them to become aware of the barriers preventing them from making informed and autonomous decisions by sensitizing them to conformism. Since literary and philosophical debates are described as a means of advancing students' thinking, the problem is: is it possible to make school kids aware of conformism through literary and philosophical debates? To answer this question, I developed a sequence around two works of youth literature. The pedagogical means implemented are based in particular on cooperation, debates on interpretation and appropriation, the establishment of philosophical debates and moral dilemmas as a means of evaluation. The results collected through a philosophy book, video recordings transcribed into writings and summary evaluations have led to the conclusion that both devices make school kids aware of conformism, confirming the work of the literature review.
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Julie Meline. Enseigner la liberté de pensée contre le conformisme par la littérature et les discussions à visée philosophique. Education. 2021. ⟨dumas-03578751⟩



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