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This student teacher chose two Fado singers (Amália Rodrigues and Mariza). Football, for instance, emerges also as an object of attention by some student teachers, because they feel it is an instrument, among others, used for shaping collective identity; it is an element of approximation of human relationships, not only because of its group strategy, but also because of the symbols and social behaviors that it embodies. According to some statements, the national football team represents a nation when it plays inside or outside their country and people expect the same from it as they expect from their nation: courage, discipline and patriotism.
This expression seems to be both a repository of a struggle for cultural recognition (Fraser, 1995, 1997) and meaningful collective interactions. It is relevant to analyse the “network of cooperation, as central to the analysis of art as a social phenomenon” (Becker, 1982, p. xi). This concept of art is not one which stresses art as “an atemporal reality separate from everyday life” (Chambers, 2008, p. 192). It is assumed that art is not separated from the world flow. 47 MARQUES DA SILVA CHANGING HERITAGE AND GIRLS AS NEWCOMERS Following the desire to keep alive the heritage of an old art form, local communities started to work on what seems to be a “manipulation of that heritage” (Albahari, 2008, p.