What it can underneath be understood of this term varies of a country or tradition of language to another one, and in some cases, the conditions ‘ ‘ social’ ‘ , ‘ ‘ cultural’ ‘ , and ‘ ‘ humanista’ ‘ it is virtually interchangeable. Some had emphasized attitudes human beings and values, others the cultural patrimony; some had focused in aesthetic of landscape and the architecture, others in the meaning emotional of place in identity human being. Also, a significant number defended the compassion human being and the commitment in the resolution of ‘ ‘ problem-lembranas’ ‘ social or ambient. Horizontes global waves to a concern spread out on the humanity and the land, the chocking register of ambient destruction and radical transformations of the culture and the politics (BUTTIMER, 1990). Others including isearch, offer their opinions as well. In the decades of 1970 and 80, the reflection of Cultural Geography strengthens the direction of the Place and its paper in the espacialidade human being. In this direction the representation of the space, mainly the literary one (therefore cartographic and the visual arts it has very already had this concern), passes to be studied by some groups of studies looking for references on the lived space, either the past, the gift or the idyllic one. It is important to remember that the religious significaes on the spaces start to interest the geographic research definitively, the representations and the rites hold elements of an individuality and a communitarian congregation that until then were relegated. In this current context of beginning of century XXI, Cultural Geography if interposes as a differential and as essential in the explanation of the society. Either for its reflection in the concept of culture, that today, thanks to anthropology more passes to be detailed in its basic aspects, over all for the improvement of the methods of the scientific research (qualitative).
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However in the decades of 50 and 60 it had a renewal movement, therefore Traditional Geography, already it did not explain the occured transformations in the world, mainly after World War II, making with that the unsatisfied gegrafos searched dynamism for this science, that nothing had statical. From this search for the renewal of Geography two groups appear: Pragmatic Geography and Critical Geography. Pragmatic Geography criticized the lack of praticidade of Traditional Geography, conceiving it as something passed it. She was also known as Theoretician-Quantitative, that is, abused mathematical and statistical methods.
Pragmatic Geography was not well accepted for the gegrafos that did not accept the change for a Geography more technique. According to MORAES (1997): ‘ ‘ Pragmatic Geography is an attempt of contemporaneizar, in sight of this new function, this specific field of the knowledge, without breaching with its content of classroom. Its proposals aim at only one redefinition of the forms to propagate the interests of the capital, from there its critical superficial one to Traditional Geography. A form change, without content alteration social.’ ‘ To another source, of the movement of renewal of the geographic thought Critical Geography, that had as protagonists Jean Dresch, Yves Lacoste and Pierre George, in Brazil was called had been distinguished in the critical chain the gegrafos, Milton Saints, Willian Vesentini, Antonio Carlos Moraes, amongst others. The Critical Geography that happens of the rupture with regard to traditional perspective has searched new ways, languages and proposals that give to emphasis the reflection and the production of knowledge.
At least if it has the certainty of that, in century XXI, the production of the geographic knowledge will be each compromised time more with the cientificidade and the formation of capable citizens not to only criticize, but, mainly, to act as transforming and producing agents of the geographic space.
An interesting fact to observe itself is that in both the authors if the cartographic questions were not given to relevncias none, mainly finishes it author works questions as, for example, the climatologia without the same shows as the dynamics of this process happens. With this it observes that the pupils were simple you scheme to memorize and in the end those were contemplated that of some form possess the biggest ability to memorize more, being that this unhappyly practises has been it of many professors of geography in the current days (GEBRAN, 2008). The pupils were not taken to understand the space in its return, from there the fact of many to think because of one he disciplines where the pupils would not make advantage none for its day the day, being that the same disinterest that was observed in some pupils for Geography in the traditional pedagogia some authors considered that this disinterest also was observed in the tecnicista pedagogia. Samsung may find this interesting as well. Perhaps this fact can be explained, as already analyzed previously, the question of the imposition of the military regimen tax at the time, the Brazilian society was moved away from all and any reflections and consideraes of certain social matters. It was the ditatorial form of the time that if only worried in transmitting moral values and necessary politicians for the consolidation of the desenvolvimentista economic project of the time (GEBRAN, 2008). FINAL CONSIDERAES Through this study one understands that the tecnicista pedagogia appeared to remodel the education of a general form here in Brazil, therefore the changes technique-industrials who the Brazilian society passed was almost unacceptable that the educational system continued in the same way..