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REAd. Revista Eletrônica de Administração (Porto Alegre)

Print version ISSN 1980-4164On-line version ISSN 1413-2311

Abstract

ASSIS, Lílian Bambirra de; ALVES, Carolina Assunção; MARTINS, Mariana Geisel  and  CARMO, Luana Jéssica Oliveira. BILDUNG AND THE $100 BILL: MOVIE ANALYSIS "SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE" FROM THE MEANING OF FORMATION TO FRANKFURT SCHOOL. REAd. Rev. eletrôn. adm. (Porto Alegre) [online]. 2018, vol.24, n.3, pp.1-20. ISSN 1980-4164.  https://doi.org/10.1590/1413-2311.216.82326.

The objective of this paper is to analyze how the sense of formation for Frankfurt School, Adorno, is present in the film "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire." For this, a reflection was made about the critical theory and the formation’s concept to the Frankfurt School. Using the film analysis methodology was possible to explain the critical theory reflections concerning formation (Bildung), semiformation (Halbidung), active voice (Mundigkeit) and barbarism. The context presented by the film highlights the social and cultural dimension of these categories and enable the understanding of how the formation in society is not restricted to school's walls and the school should not be stuck with development of adapted subjects but be prepared to critical reflection and for transformation.

Keywords : Critical Theory; Frankfurt School; Film Analysis; Formation; Semiformation.

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