In recent years, neoliberal policies regarding higher education have conditioned universities to be mercantilist spaces, making ethnocultural differences invisible. This article presents an investigation of university teaching carried out in a Spanish university's degree of social education. The project aimed to generate coutner-cartographes to expore the everyday dimenstion of the atmospheres of urban space and reflect on it critically. Forty-six coutner-cartographies were obtained through visual-sensory approaches and analysed through the prism of critical pedagogy. The results show how generating social practices in a specific socio-cultural context imprves teaching and university training, enabling future educators to become aware of their environment and social realities.
|Number of pages||26|
|Publication status||Published - 2 Jan 2022|
- Counter-mapping, atmosphere, critical pedagogy, innovative research methods, social work, urban space