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Revista Psicologia Política

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AZEVEDO, Adriana Barin de; DOMINGUES, Adriana Rodrigues  and  IMBRIZI, Jaquelina Maria. Interventions in separate territories: what does psychology have to do with it?. Rev. psicol. polít. [online]. 2021, vol.21, n.50, pp. 154-167. ISSN 2175-1390.

ABSTRACT "Burst the social bubble" is an expression used by psychology students to indicate feelings of perplexity and indignation regarding the violation of social rights of users in three different spaces of academic formation. This expression makes explicit the veil of protection that prevents the subject from seeing beyond their place of social class and socioeconomic comfort. The purpose of this article is to present experiences that expose students to sociopolitical suffering triggered in situations of economic inequality: supervision that problematizes ethical responsibility; the intervention carried out with residents who were removed from their homes in violent repossession actions; the articulation between professional acting and the production of life story narratives. In these proposals we discover the value of listening in training by tensioning discourses of knowledge, sometimes imprisoning and sometimes capable of giving visibility to life stories that are often forgotten.

Keywords : Territory; Ethical responsibility; Social inequality; Psychology education; Clinical listening.

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