A school among social networks
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Observatório Jovem presents:

A school among social networks

General Audience 2013 23min

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This Documentary aims at understanding the use of social networks by teachers and students of public high school in the city of Rio de Janeiro. Through interviews of teachers and students of all rotations, it reveals dynamics and contents of the relationships generated by the use of social networks and with special emphasis on Facebook.

Directed by

Paulo Carrano

Produced by

Observatório Jovem do Rio de Janeiro

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Sponsorship

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Official Support

FAPERJ, CNPq

Category

Documentary

Theme (title)

Education Social issues

5 rating
8 Screenings
198 audience
23.2 K total aud.
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A school among social networks (2013)

Age rating: General Audience

It is not possible to download the file of this film. The screening can only happen in places with an internet connection. Organize your screening by clicking here.

Directed by Paulo Carrano

Produced by Observatório Jovem do Rio de Janeiro

Coproduction --

Sponsorship --

Official Support FAPERJ, CNPq

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Education Social issues

ODSs ODS 4 - Quality Education

Audio and Subtitles

Audio Portuguese BR

Standard Portuguese BR, English

Close Caption --

Audio Description --

Sign Language --

Synopsis

This Documentary aims at understanding the use of social networks by teachers and students of public high school in the city of Rio de Janeiro. Through interviews of teachers and students of all rotations, it reveals dynamics and contents of the relationships generated by the use of social networks and with special emphasis on Facebook.