CONSCIÊNCIA DA SITUAÇÃO EM EQUIPES TRANSDISCIPLINARES

Antonio Waldimir Leopoldino Silva, Mario Roberto Miranda Lacerda, Neri dos Santos, Francisco Antonio Pereira Fialho, Marinilse Netto

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A Consciência da Situação (CS) é um elemento central na tomada de decisão individual ou coletiva. Construída a partir de uma análise pessoal e instantânea da realidade, em um processo cíclico e contínuo, traz em si fatores intrínsecos do agente, como sua visão de mundo. Objetivando verificar como a CS ocorre em equipes transdisciplinares (ou seja, compostas por cientistas e atores sociais leigos), o presente estudo teórico foi conduzido por meio de pesquisa bibliográfica sobre o “estado da arte” do tema. Constatou-se que a CS das equipes se mostra maior do que a mera soma das CSs individuais de seus integrantes, e verifica-se a ocorrência de uma fração distribuída e outra compartilhada, esta de maior importância por representar uma visão comum entre dois ou mais membros. Nas equipes transdisciplinares, as CSs são provavelmente muito diferentes entre os dois grupos (cientistas e leigos), o que pode trazer impacto negativo à qualidade ou ao resultado final do trabalho. Apresenta-se um modelo de representação da CS em composições transdisciplinares, bem como são apontadas medidas que podem aproximar a CS das pessoas em uma equipe. © Cien. Cogn. 2012; Vol. 17 (2): 115-134.

Palavras-chave: Consciência da situação; equipe; supradisciplinaridade; transdisciplinar; transdisciplinaridade.

 


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Consciência da situação; equipe; supradisciplinaridade; transdisciplinar; transdisciplinaridade.

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