A etnografia como método de pesquisa em Informática na Educação: Revisão Sistemática de Literatura

Scheila Wesley Martins, Lucila Ishitani, Artur Martins Mol, Luana A. Giovani, Ezequiel Mendes Duque, Mônica C. Machado, Daniel E. Neves

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Etnografia é um método de pesquisa qualitativa pouco citado em pesquisas na área de informática na educação no Brasil. Com o objetivo de demonstrar o potencial de utilização deste método e sua aplicação para a comunidade da área no Brasil, foi realizada uma Revisão Sistemática da Literatura (RSL) na base da Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), avaliando artigos publicados entre 2015 e 2016. O método etnográfico é muito relevante para pesquisas onde o foco está no fator humano, inclusive pesquisas em educação. Assim, consideramos que os resultados deste trabalho podem contribuir para que grupos de pesquisa da área no Brasil conheçam a aplicação do método no contexto internacional, assegurando a assertividade da abordagem etnográfica afim de incentivar sua apropriação pelos pesquisadores área de Informática na Educação, amplificando a confiabilidade dos resultados das pesquisas, e por consequência, beneficiando a prática educacional em seus vários níveis e modalidades.

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Etnografia; Revisão Sistemática de Literatura; Pesquisa Qualitativa; Informática na Educação

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