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Revista Mal Estar e Subjetividade

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BRUM, Lucas Motta. "Construction of itself to becoming clinical": one affective cartography of academic trajectories. Rev.Mal-Estar Subj [online]. 2012, vol.12, n.3-4, pp. 873-904. ISSN 1518-6148.

Cartography of four academic trajectories of psychology graduation course students of Rio Grande do Sul were used as a research strategic tool. Problematization of this theme showed to be of major importance, once it was possible to trace brief maps of each student of modes of subjectivation/transformations untill their arrival at the stage in clinical practice. The maps were traced based in discussions group, where the researcher launched a question aimed at stimulating speeches from those involved. There was not a set of prepared questions, the questions were made by the group's participants according to their feelings and the way they were being affected. The aim was to give visibility to their production paths inside the institution as future professionals of the area "psi". How their "constructions of themselves" have occurred and how they were created along this path were investigated. Besides that, whether the encounter with the clinical practice allows subjective changes in each academic was also examined. There is no intention to take the discourses of these students as representative of the other scholars of that institution. The trajectories found represent singular acts experienced by the four students involved in the group. As a theoretical background was used specially the readings of Deleuze, Guattari and Foucault.

Keywords : "Techniques of oneself"; Becoming"; Subjectivity; Cartography; Schizoanalysis.

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