Cultural Rights Education between Use of Heritage and Alphabetical Skills

Antonella Nuzzaci

Abstract


The contribution addresses the problem of the relationship between education for cultural rights, use of cultural heritage and the need for alphabetical skills, focusing on reflection on two elements, the processes of cultural democratization and literacy. The lack of cultural fruition by certain categories of individuals is interpreted in the contribution as a complex aspect of the multi-alphabetic processes, which does not end with the lack of “visit” to the sites and places of culture, but contains within itself the germs of the social and cultural exclusion. The article ends with the importance of activating concrete and incisive forms of education for cultural good based on awareness of use in order to stem the forms of “exclusion” at different levels, to strengthen the cultural profiles of the school population and not, to re-establish individual and social identity and to exercise active citizenship.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/ijsss.v8i5.4938

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