oalib

Publish in OALib Journal

ISSN: 2333-9721

APC: Only $99

Submit

Search Results: 1 - 3 of 3 matches for " corporalities "
All listed articles are free for downloading (OA Articles)
Page 1 /3
Display every page Item
Da Arte de se Traduzir: corporalidades e gênero nos mundos possíveis no ciberespa o
Jean Segata
Campos - Revista de Antropologia Social , 2008,
Abstract: In this theoretical essay, ethnographically inspired, I seek to explore the variations of self-construction possibilities in the cyberspace, such as building ungendered bodies and polymorphic identities to oneself or to others. I take as locus of investigation the chat rooms “Lésbicas e Afins” of the group “Sex” of UOL internet portal. My attention is especially focused on the ways how subjects build themselves in those environments by the use of nicknames. More generally, my intention is to think about the use of cyberspace as means and space to a wide variety of gender relations which maybe are felt and experienced in more democratically and igualitarian ways.
Configuración de territorios de violencia y control policial: corporalidades, emociones y relaciones sociales
Daich,Deborah; Pita,María Victoria; Sirimarco,Mariana;
Cuadernos de antropolog?-a social , 2007,
Abstract: this work is centered in the analysis of the processes of configuration of violent territories and police control as resultants of the network of social relations and practices that bind police groups with subjects and groups, regularly defined and typified by the same police agency as objects of their control and administration. it is focused, in that sense, in the analysis of the corporalities and emotions qua constructors of bodies, identities and social relations. this, because we understand sociability networks that reciprocally tie individuals by means of interdependences of diverse class, as those that outline the field of the everyday life on which the effective forms of control and violence are constructed and produced.
Configuración de territorios de violencia y control policial: corporalidades, emociones y relaciones sociales
Deborah Daich,María Victoria Pita,Mariana Sirimarco
Cuadernos de Antropología Social , 2007,
Abstract: Este trabajo se centra en el análisis de los procesos de configuración de territorios de violencia y control policial resultantes de la malla de relaciones y prácticas sociales que vinculan a grupos policiales con sujetos y colectivos que habitualmente son definidos y tipificados por la misma agencia policial como objeto de su control y administración. Se enfatiza, para ello, en el análisis de las corporalidades y emociones qua constructoras de cuerpos, identidades y relaciones sociales. Esto, pues entendemos que son las redes de sociabilidad que vinculan recíprocamente a los individuos mediante interdependencias de diversa clase, las que configuran el campo de lo cotidiano sobre el que se construyen y producen las formas efectivas de control y violencia. Este trabalho centra-se na análise dos processos de configura o de territórios de violência e controle que resultam da malha de rela es e práticas sociais que vinculam grupos policiais com sujeitos e coletivos aos quais a mesma institui o policial define e tipifica como seu objeto de controle y administra o. Da-se ênfase nas corporalidades e emo es qua construtoras de corpos, identidades e rela es sociais. Isso assim, pois se entende que s o as redes de sociabilidade, que vinculam reciprocamente aos indivíduos mediante interdependências de diverso tipo, as que configuram o campo do cotidiano sobre o qual se constroem e produzem formas efetivas de controle e violência. This work is centered in the analysis of the processes of configuration of violent territories and police control as resultants of the network of social relations and practices that bind police groups with subjects and groups, regularly defined and typified by the same police agency as objects of their control and administration. It is focused, in that sense, in the analysis of the corporalities and emotions qua constructors of bodies, identities and social relations. This, because we understand sociability networks that reciprocally tie individuals by means of interdependences of diverse class, as those that outline the field of the everyday life on which the effective forms of control and violence are constructed and produced.
Page 1 /3
Display every page Item


Home
Copyright © 2008-2017 Open Access Library. All rights reserved.