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Psicologia da Educação

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LERNER, Ana Beatriz Coutinho  and  FONSECA, Paula Fontana. From which social we are made of: educational discourse and its truth effects. Psicol. educ. [online]. 2020, n.50, pp. 65-72. ISSN 1414-6975.

This article presents some theoretical foundations about the dialectic relationship between individual and society to discuss the truth effects of the school discursive operations on the subjectivity production and the formation of scholar symptoms that has expression in the scholar field. We start by concepts from the sociology field - more specifically from the works of Pierre Bourdieu - establishing a dialogue with the psychoanalytic theory about the constitution of the subject and the bond with the other through the discourse. From our experience, we observed a non-linear relationship between social determinants (namely: social class, socioeconomic conditions and family structure) the child's place in educator's discourse and the subjective effects of the school experience for each student. To illustrate this hypothesis, we present two fragments of intervention situations from the psychoanalysis theoretical and technical framework with public school children who live impasses in their schooling process

Keywords : Education; Psychoanalysis; Discourse; Social; Subject.

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