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There is often a lack of congruency between theoretical aspects of the structural approach and technical characteristics of the different methods used. This paper aims at making explicit the structural characteristics that are studied by the different structural approach techniques. These characteristics are: associative power of the elements, consensual aspects of thought and object essence. With these characteristics it is possible to elaborate a classification of the different techniques of the structural approach to social representations. The conclusion focuses on the absence of the social representation dynamics on a technical level despite being a central theoretical point for a better understanding of the socio representational phenomenon.

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Educ [online]. ISSN In this article we describe some researches on social representations of the environment in Brazil and Mexico, with the aim to observe the implications of the studies for the environmental education; highlights the fact that their results are coincident, although they are different cultures and languages, and different population groups and educational levels.

The exploration of the research shows the relevance of using the theory of social representations, to identify, understand and explain social thought in the field of environmental education. In this brief review shows that predominate the researches with students, most used a qualitative methodology and interpretive approach. In the various studies analyzed the representations of the environment shows its importance in understanding the practice of environmental education.

For the environmental education, it is essential to understand the ways in which social representations, are established in the deconstruction-construction, of the elements that make your everyday thinking. Considering the results of the studies reviewed, we can say that the environment is a complex social order, cultural and contextually determined. All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

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Educ [online]. ISSN In this article we describe some researches on social representations of the environment in Brazil and Mexico, with the aim to observe the implications of the studies for the environmental education; highlights the fact that their results are coincident, although they are different cultures and languages, and different population groups and educational levels. The exploration of the research shows the relevance of using the theory of social representations, to identify, understand and explain social thought in the field of environmental education.

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