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Estilos da Clinica

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STRZYKALSKI, Stéphanie  and  GURSKI, Rose. Adolescence and flashes: the construction of "survival" policies. Estilos clin. [online]. 2020, vol.25, n.1, pp. 21-34. ISSN 1415-7128.

This article starts from the analysis of some statements made by adolescents in a situation of deprivation of liberty, as well as statements that we collect from culture; next, we reflected on youth violence as a way of refusing to reduce its manifestations to criminalizing, individualizing and pathologizing logics. We also share some discussions that have emerged in the face of the challenges and impasses that we experience as researchers in psychoanalysis in the socio-educational field: how can we not succumb to the discourses that seek to fix youth in socio-education solely in the position of minor offenders? How to sustain a listening based on a subversive policy when we are faced with a society strongly crossed by normative logics? These and other questions were worked from the link between the ethical-political dimension of psychoanalysis, the policy of survival proposed by Didi-Huberman and the concept of rabble proposed by Hannah Arendt.

Keywords : youth violence; socio-education; flashes; survival policies.

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