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Master's Dissertation
Document
Author
Full name
Beatriz Besen de Oliveira
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2019
Supervisor
Committee
Silva, Luis Guilherme Galeão da (President)
Ansara, Soraia
Barros, Carlos César
Title in Portuguese
A sua memória agora é minha memória: a construção da memória política e o re-estabelecimento do reconhecimento recíproco
Keywords in Portuguese
Elaboração psicossocial
Juventude
Memória política
Reconhecimento recíproco
Violência de Estado
Abstract in Portuguese
A presente pesquisa tem como objetivo analisar o processo de construção da memória política (ANSARA, 2008) enquanto mecanismo de elaboração psicossocial e seu potencial para o reestabelecimento de relações de reconhecimento recíproco (HONNETH, 2009). A pesquisaparticipante (MONTERO, 2007) no projeto Memórias e Resistências: a ditadura da quebrada, realizado no bairro de Heliópolis - periferia urbana de São Paulo - envolveu um processo de formação de oito jovens do território no campo dos direitos humanos, tendo como matriz central o resgate, compartilhamento e construção da memória política dos moradores, movimentos sociais e anistiados políticos da ditadura civil-militar brasileira. A partir dos resultados e relatos da pesquisa-participante, é realizado um diagnóstico social, analisando os mecanismos de dominação e as artimanhas do poder do/no Estado que produzem rupturas no tecido social. Também são identificadas práticas eficientes de narração e construção de memória política no interior de organizações sociais comunitárias (GAGNEBIN, 1986), que podem ser estimuladas e aprofundadas como mecanismos de elaboração psicossocial. Tais práticas apontam para caminhos criativos de resistência ao discurso autoritário e à violência de Estado em ascensão no Brasil
Title in English
Your memory now is my memory: the building of political memory and the re-establishment of a reciprocal recognition
Keywords in English
Political memory
Psychosocial working-through
Reciprocal recognition
State Vvolence
Youth
Abstract in English
This research has as aim to analyse the process of building the political memory (Ansara, 2008) as a mechanism of psychosocial working-through and its potential for the re-establishment of relations of reciprocal recognition (Honneth, 2009). Participatory research (Montero, 2007) within the project Memories and resistances: the dictatorship in the slum developed in the neighborhood of Heliopolis- an urban periphery of São Paulo- that involved a process of capacity building of eight teenagers in the field of human rights, having as its central matrix the revival, sharing and building of a political memory of the dwellers, social movements and political amnestied of the civil-military Brazilian dictatorship. As an outcome of the telling through participatory research, a social diagnosis was developed analysing the mechanisms of domination and the artifices of power of/in the State that produce ruptures in the social tissue. It was also analyzed efficient practices of narration and the building of a political memory within the socio-communitarian organizations (Gagnebin, 1986), that may be stimulated and deepened as mechanisms of psychosocial working-through. These practices point to creative paths of resistance to an authoritarian discourse and to the growth of State violence in Brazil
 
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2019-07-11
 
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