El juego del marro : un dispositivo de la pedagogía disciplinar en la tradición inventada de la educación física contemporánea del siglo XIX y principios del XX

Translated title of the contribution: Prisoner's Bar :: a disciplinary pedagogical device in the invented tradition of contemporary physical education in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries

Jordi Brasó i Rius, Xavier Torrebadella Flix

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Abstract

For constructing disciplinary codes to support the pedagogical bases of physical education some devices were activated to manifest the power of socialization of the educational institution. In the "pedagogical theatre" of physical education, games like el marro or rescate (Prisoner's Bar) were used in Spain, other European countries and America as an excellent means of introducing techniques of control and social reproduction which, through the appearance of self-government, aimed at transferring behavior to other rule-based and hierarchized orders of society. Through genealogical analysis of the pedagogy of el juego de marro and with the documentary support of the latest studies, we attempt to demonstrate how, beyond the internal and external logic of the game, there lay a silenced ethos: educational domination by adults
Translated title of the contributionPrisoner's Bar :: a disciplinary pedagogical device in the invented tradition of contemporary physical education in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)0085-96
Number of pages12
JournalLúdica pedagógica
Volume1
Issue number27
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2018

Keywords

  • Educación física
  • Historia de la educación
  • Juegos corporales
  • Juego del marro
  • Juego del rescate
  • Physical education
  • History of education
  • Physical games
  • Prisoner's Bar
  • Educação física
  • História da educação
  • Jogos de corpo
  • Jogo do prisioneiro

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