Disciplined be Locke in the image of the teaching device and the construction of professional self in human development

the inner gentleman


  • Mateus Casanova dos Santos Federal University of Pelotas, Brazil
  • Maria Cecília Lorea Leite Federal University of Pelotas, Brazil




The present work is a theoretical and reflective study of the pedagogical and educational aspects of the concept of discipline and training in John Locke Gentleman (gentleman), dialoguing with the theories of Basil Bernstein and Rudolf Steiner to initiate the discussion of vocational training, especially of health professionals. Reflecting the imagistic dialogue corpus of the idea of gentleman and disciplinary award of this concept in John Locke through the methodology of image analysis and the documentary method. Understandings about the context assigned by participant observation the researcher of the practices of the discipline of Human Anatomy, Department of Morphology, Federal University of Pelotas, in 2012, allowed overlap and interconnect theorizing and re-contextualize the analysis of pedagogical device. It is considered that the regulative discourse of pedagogical device to Basil Bernstein can be conferred with the concept of discipline in John Locke, especially in the development of children's habits, skills and construction of the interior of each gentleman I professional in the formation stage, considering that the regulative discourse controls the instructional discourse.


Download data is not yet available.


Metrics Loading ...


BERNSTEIN, B.. Branch, Educacion y Conscience. Barcelona: Editorial El Roure, 1990.

BERNSTEIN, B. The structuring of pedagogic discourse: class, codes and control. Petropolis: Voices, 1996.

Bernstein, B. Pedagogy, symbolic control and identity: theory, research, critique. Lanham: Rowman and

Littlefield, 2000.

Bernstein, B. Pedagogization knowledge: Studies recontextualization. Research notebooks, n. 120, p. 75-110,

November 2003.

Bohnsack, R.. Interpretation of images and Documentary Method. Sociologies, year 9, n.18, p.286-311, jun. /

Tens. 2007.MARRIED, M.I.; CASTAÑO, G.; Material ARRAEZ-AYBAR, LA. Audiovisual the educational innovation

strategy to reduce anxiety response in students of human anatomy. Advances in Health and Science

Education, n.17, p.431-440, 2012.

GAMBLE, J. Modelling the invisible: the pedagogy of craft apprenticeship. Studies in Continuing Education,

v.23, n.2, p.185-200, 2001.

Ghiggi, G.; OLIVEIRA, AR.'s Concept of discipline in John Locke. Porto Alegre: EDIPUCRS, 1995.

Holdrege, C.. Transformation in Adult Learning. In Context, n.18, p.18-23, 2007.

Mannheim, K.; WARBURG, A.; Bourdieu, P.. Sobre el method de la y el documental use of wool imágenes

en la interpretación sociology. State and Society, v.21, n.2, p.391-414, May / Aug., 2006.

MIKLÓS, AAW Of Zarathustra the cornerstone of anthroposophy of Rudolf Steiner:. Biodynamic agriculture,

nutrition and human development. Biodynamic Agriculture, Botucatu, year21, n.90, p.36-41, Spring, 2004.

PALMER, JA 50 great educators:. Confucius to Dewey. Sao Paulo: Context, 2005.

SanTome, JT Globalization and interdisciplinarity:. Integrated curriculum. New York: Basic Books, 1998.

SANTOS, M. C.; Siqueira, H.C.H.; SILVA, JRC collective ecosystem health in perspective:. A possibility of

nursing actions. Gaucho Journal of Nursing, v.30, n.4, p.750-754, 2009.

STEINER, R.. The Philosophy of Freedom. Spring Valley NY: Anthroposophic Press, 1964.

STEINER, R.. Methodology of teaching and the conditions of life of the school. Sao Paulo: FEWB, 1974.

STEINER, R. The social future:. Delivered six lectures in Zurich 24 to October 30, 1919 Sao Paulo:.

Anthroposophical, 1986.

STEINER, R. The art of education I - the general study of man:. A basis for pedagogy. London:

Anthroposophical, 1995.

Veiga, M.. Philosophy of freedom and noociência. In: Brazilian Conference of Biodynamic Agriculture, 4,

São Paulo.. Proceedings of the IV Brazilian Conference Biodynamic Agriculture - Dissociation between

Man and Nature - Reflections on human development. USP - University City, New York: Anthroposophic,

, p.69-94..



DOI: 10.31686/ijier.vol2.iss7.207

How to Cite

Santos, M. C. dos, & Leite, M. C. L. . (2014). Disciplined be Locke in the image of the teaching device and the construction of professional self in human development: the inner gentleman. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 2(7), 47–53. https://doi.org/10.31686/ijier.vol2.iss7.207
Received 2017-01-25
Published 2014-07-31

Most read articles by the same author(s)