Lecturing, everyday life and contemporary world: which identities and strategies of psychosocial surviving are being built?

Under the psychosocial perspective, this work presents a discussion about the challenges and dilemmas that are experienced daily by teachers, resulting of a complex component's assemblage linked thet start on the work conditions, passing through the relations established with their work subject, and their knowledge field, even how these teachers perceive themselves during this process, and what kind of meaning they assign to it along their lives. Following the social psychology theoretical shape, under the materialism basis, focused on the man's psychosocial construction departing from his life, and his interactions stablished with another social actors. Recently data related to the teaching work relationships are presented, in terms of the work admission and stability according to the gender, age, and career experience, and also how does this reflect over the development process of his identity and social awareness. This analysis indicates the paradoxes' existence, contemporarely tough by the changings occured in the work's world, and which inflences brought self-image results that the teacher builts on his own, and in what kind of interaction he establishes with his peers. The analytic proposals allow to identify teachers' five daily life conflicts related to interaction and expectation between gender and social demands, relationship among teacher as a social actor and the nature of his work subject, school culture, teacher's culture, and "the other"culture, prescribed work and feasible work, and solidified identity and ongoing change identity. It is discussed the process of building the teacher identity in front of the current challenges and paradoxes that teachers are compelled to experience and face everyday in their work and personal relationships, such as violence, abuse, low incomes, as well as personal and professional depreciation. It is intended a consideration in terms of searching alternatives that could be regarded also during the future teachers' process of graduation and professional formation.

Psychosocial identity; social meanings and daily life; naturalization processes of the daily life; teacher's identity; daily participation


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