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Title: Jovens, estudantes e ‘repúblicos’: Culturas estudantis e crise do associativismo em Coimbra
Authors: Estanque, Elísio 
Keywords: Associativismo; Movimentos sociais; Movimentos estudantis; Universidade de Coimbra; Repúblicas; Universidade; Estudantes; Juventude
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Centro de Estudos Sociais
Serial title, monograph or event: Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais
Volume: 81
Place of publication or event: Coimbra
Abstract: O presente texto desenrola-se a partir de uma breve reflexão sobre as tendências de mudança no universo juvenil e estudantil (nomeadamente o significado actual dos movimentos sociais dos anos 60) e caracteriza as sociabilidades, as práticas e as orientações subjectivas dos estudantes da Universidade de Coimbra (UC), procurando relacionar as lutas do passado e a sua memória com os desafios que se colocam hoje à participação cívica e associativa. Merecem especial atenção aspectos como: a tradição festiva e ritualista da academia; as atitudes e subjectividades perante a vida social; o papel da associação de estudantes e a importância das suas actividades; e a participação nas acções associativas e de protesto público. Baseado num conjunto de dados recolhidos através de um inquérito representativo do universo estudantil da UC, o artigo discute algumas tendências recentes neste domínio e analisa os resultados considerando diferentes segmentos de estudantes, nomeadamente os residentes nas chamadas “Repúblicas” e o sector feminino.
This paper takes as its cue a brief reflection on the trends towards change in the youth and student universe (namely the current meaning of the social movements of the 1960s) and characterises the forms of sociability, the practices and the subjective orientations of Coimbra University students, endeavouring to relate past struggles and the memory of same to the challenges now facing civil participation and associations. Special emphasis is laid on aspects such as: the Academy’s festive and ritual tradition; attitudes and subjectivity towards social life; the role played by the Student Union and the importance of its activity; and participation in actions developed by associations and in public protest. Based on a set of data gathered by means of a representative survey of Coimbra University’s student universe, this paper discusses some recent trends in this field and analyses the results, taking into account different segments of the student population, namely those residing in the so-called ‘Republics’ and the female sector.
Le texte est basé sur une brève réflexion à propos des tendances de changement dans l’univers de la jeunesse étudiante (en particulier en ce qui concerne le sens actuel des mouvements sociaux des années 60). Cette réflexion caractérise les sociabilités, les pratiques et les orientations subjectives des étudiants de l’Université de Coimbra (UC), en essayant de mettre en relation les luttes du passé et leur mémoire avec les défis que se posent aujourd’hui à la participation civique et associative. L’attention se centre surtout sur des aspects comme les suivants : la tradition festivalière et ritualiste de l’académie ; les attitudes et subjectivités envers la vie sociale ; le rôle de l’association d’étudiants et l’importance de ses activités ; et la participation aux actions associatives et de protestation publique. En s’appuyant sur un ensemble de données recueillies à travers une enquête représentative de l’univers étudiant de la UC, l’article discute quelques tendances récentes dans ce domaine et analyse les résultats selon de différents segments d’étudiants, notamment les résidents dans les soit-disantes “républiques” et le secteur féminin.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/33800
ISSN: 0254-1106
2182-7435
DOI: 10.4000/rccs.645
Rights: openAccess
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