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Autonomy and Training at the Postgraduate Level. a Reflection on the Tensions of the Training Process From Reproduction

Cerón Martínez, Armando Ulises, Galán Mireles, Eva María
Published 2020

Abstract

Is the intellectual autonomy of a student in training a product of his training process at the postgraduate level? To what extent does the pedagogical authority of a thesis supervisor stifle or motivate the intellectual autonomy of his student so that can be self-authorized in academic works and products? How to reconcile the goals of educational institutions at the graduate level of training for research and at the same time trying to develop the intellectual autonomy of the student who is intended to be trained as an educational researcher? Based on previous experiences in the Master's and Doctorate in Educational Sciences of the Autonomous University of the State of Hidalgo, some considerations regarding the suggested topic are shared, and analyzed from the work of Bourdieu and Passeron Reproduction, where manages to identify at least four types or dimensions of authority in pedagogical acts, which allow understanding the degree of intellectual autonomy achievable by the graduate student by the type of readings and academic productions he performs, not necessarily during his training process, but once finished this one, because thus one could speak of a “well-formed” investigative habitus.

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