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 //​[[wp>​Pedagogy of the Oppressed]]//​ by [[wp>​Paulo Freire]], 1968 (first translated into English in 1970 by Myra Ramos) //​[[wp>​Pedagogy of the Oppressed]]//​ by [[wp>​Paulo Freire]], 1968 (first translated into English in 1970 by Myra Ramos)
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 +Translated from La Iniciativa de Comunicación:​ [[es:​pedagogy_of_the_oppressed|click here for the Spanish version]].
  
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 Freire recognises that the practices he suggests can encounter "​limiting situations"​ that block them, and that these situations are the product of resistance on the part of the oppressing classes to any change in the status they so closely protect. He describes some of the different methods, including ideologies, that the oppressors use to maintain their own status and the status quo, and if possible to oppress people even further, since these are a "law of life" that we can not evade. Freire recognises that the practices he suggests can encounter "​limiting situations"​ that block them, and that these situations are the product of resistance on the part of the oppressing classes to any change in the status they so closely protect. He describes some of the different methods, including ideologies, that the oppressors use to maintain their own status and the status quo, and if possible to oppress people even further, since these are a "law of life" that we can not evade.
  
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-Translated from La Iniciativa de Comunicación:​ [[es:​pedagogy_of_the_oppressed|click here for the Spanish version]]. 
  
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