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Psicologia Ensino & Formação

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SCRIVANO, Isabel  and  BICALHO, Pedro Paulo Gastalho de. School “Without” Party: Confrontations and Challenges for Education in Psychology. Psicol. Ensino & Form. [online]. 2017, vol.8, n.1, pp. 32-47. ISSN 2177-2061.

This article, organized in the form of an essay, discusses about the rationalities present in the project School “without” Political Party. Politics is understood as a field of forces, from which certain truths about the government of society emerge as hegemonic, being objectified by disciplinary apparatus and practices of normalization, especially in relation to the production of a school producing normality, docility and discipline. It is perceived that school, through its ways of educating, sanitizing, ordering, and regulating, was (and is) useful for achieving certain modes of governing. In this context, it is relevant to think what are these modes and logics that are present in contemporary Brazilian politics, and that propose ways of organizing school space that sustain, preserve and maintain certain logics. Finally, we analyze the challenges of educating psychologists, professionals who are historically called up to work in the school and, thus, who are capable of promoting subjugations or confrontations to the proposal of political asepsis in the education of Brazilian men and women in the country.

Keywords : political processes; school adjustment; power; Psychology education.

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