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Revista mexicana de investigación educativa

versión impresa ISSN 1405-6666

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CANDELA, Antonia et al. Actor-Network Theory and School Contexts. RMIE [online]. 2020, vol.25, n.86, pp.689-717.  Epub 02-Dic-2020. ISSN 1405-6666.

This article presents empirical examples of the ethnographic analysis of the interaction between teachers and students in science classrooms at various educational levels in Mexico and Colombia. The purpose is to show how the Actor-Network Theory (ANT) enriches the analysis of everyday practices in these spaces. The presented examples were previously analyzed by incorporating approximations such as ethnomethodology and multimodal analysis, centering on human agents. The incorporation of theoretical resources from ANT allowed exploring the agency of nonhuman elements as well. It is of interest to study the complexity of educational actions in the classroom and changes, which can be shown by analyzing the interaction between human and nonhuman entities, with conceptualizations such as: translation, chain of translations, networks, intermediaries, enrollment, and other concepts contributed by ANT.

Palabras llave : ethnography; Actor-Network Theory; classroom interaction; science education.

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