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Analytica: Revista de Psicanálise

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BICHARA, Maria Auxiliadora Alves Cordaro. The impacts groupality in everyday life. Analytica [online]. 2013, vol.2, n.3, pp. 123-144. ISSN 2316-5197.

The cyberculture organizes unusual models of groupality and social ties. Builds electronic groups, without territoriality, in a cyclical time and without linearity in the imagination. These groups transform themselves into a community of common interests, in principle in a space without body and without meat, where they create and play and, now, in the flesh, are spatialized if embody in the city. Some of these groups are claiming and protesting, using the word, and others, the violence of the act without mediation. Rapidly become gathering more and more participants, appear new claims, proliferate by taking the country, leaving the apathy hedonistic and create a culture of unprecedented political participation. In this sense, the objective of this work is to reflect on these modalities freak of grouping, in the aspects in that oppose some assumptions psycanalytics organisers of groupality. In order to achieve the proposed objective, we present a brief review of the historical context, the emergence of group psychoanalytics studies and the new theoretical questions imposed by these groupings. Then, we discussed the power of grouping in highlighting the social malaise. Finally, the consequences for the emergence of the political subject.

Palavras-chave : Group; psychoanalysis; culture and malaise.

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