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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2018.tde-02042018-152544
Document
Author
Full name
Gustavo Lucas Higa
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2017
Supervisor
Committee
Alvarez, Marcos Cesar (President)
Dias, Camila Caldeira Nunes
Salla, Fernando Afonso
Teixeira, Alessandra
Title in Portuguese
Serpentes Negras, pânico moral e políticas de humanização nos presídios em São Paulo (1983 - 1987)
Keywords in Portuguese
Crime organizado
Pânico moral
Políticas de humanização
Prisões
Serpentes Negras
Abstract in Portuguese
Na década de 1980 o sistema brasileiro de segurança pública experienciou mudanças, no contexto da transição democrática. Foi nesse momento que se buscou efetivar, em São Paulo, a agenda política conhecida como Políticas de Humanização dos Presídios. Trataremos aqui de uma dessas experiências: um canal de comunicação e de representação de presos no sistema penitenciário paulista chamado Comissões de Solidariedade. Analisaremos como tais Comissões foram deslegitimadas publicamente por meio de uma denúncia: a existência de um grupo criminoso, organizado por presos no interior da Penitenciária do Estado, e que teria se infiltrado nas Comissões de Solidariedade. O grupo foi anunciado como Serpentes Negras. Desta forma, pretende-se descrever a tentativa de efetivação dessas políticas e como a disputa de interesses afetou os rumos das reformas, se refletindo nas praticas internas às prisões; busca-se também recuperar os efeitos produzidos pela denúncia e, com isso, o debate público em torno das políticas de segurança e dos Direitos Humanos no período, bem como a formação e a circulação de um novo discurso sobre o crime organizado em São Paulo, cuja atualidade não pode ser desprezada.
Title in English
Black Serpents, moral panic and humanization policies in prisons in São Paulo (1983 - 1987)
Keywords in English
Black Snakes
Humanization policies
Moral panic
Organized crime
Prisons
Abstract in English
In the 1980s the Brazilian public security system experienced changes in the context of democratic transition. It was at this moment that the political agenda known as "Humanization Policies of Prisons" was sought to be implemented in São Paulo. We will deal with one of these experiences: a channel of communication and representation of prisoners in the prison system of São Paulo called Commissions for Solidarity. We will analyze how these Commissions were publicly delegitimized by means of a complaint: the existence of a criminal group, organized by prisoners inside the State Penitentiary, and which would have infiltrated the Solidarity Commissions. The group was announced as Black Serpents. In this way, the intention is to describe the attempt to put these policies into effect and how the dispute of interests affected the direction of the reforms, being reflected in the internal practices of the prisons; It also seeks to recover the effects produced by the denunciation and thus the public debate on security and human rights policies in the period, as well as the formation and circulation of a new discourse on organized crime in São Paulo, whose actuality can not be overlooked.
 
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2018-04-02
 
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