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The Civilizing Process and International Laws Published in the Jornal do Aracaju-SE (1872)

DOI: 10.4236/ce.2016.715222, PP. 2279-2292

Keywords: 19th Century, Newspaper Adds, Brazil, Primary Education, Brazilian Laws

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This article aims at discussing the institutionalization of Primary Education in Sergipe demonstrating the interdependence of foreign and Brazilian laws, which were published in the newspaper Jornal do Aracaju (1872). The evidences for it can be found through ads, educational legislation, and the Provincial Assembly speeches on Primary Education in the 19th century, in Sergipe. The sources mentioned establish an interdependent relationship among state, family and government agents, mediated by laws and the press, having been analyzed under the historiographical matrix of Cultural History. The research demonstrates the fertility of the debates in the Imperial period and the plurality of educational practices and aspects that produced a school form that was implemented throughout the 19th century.

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