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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.2.2008.tde-26112008-073857
Document
Author
Full name
Ana Gabriela Mendes Braga
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2008
Supervisor
Committee
Sa, Alvino Augusto de (President)
Salla, Fernando Afonso
Shecaira, Sergio Salomão
Title in Portuguese
A identidade do preso e as leis do cárcere
Keywords in Portuguese
Crime organizado
Criminologia
Direito penitenciário
Execução (processo penal)
Identificação criminal
Prisões
Sistema penitenciário
Abstract in Portuguese
O presente estudo analisa como as demandas institucionais e as regras do cárcere afetam e conformam o indivíduo preso. O processo de prisionização implica na absorção de valores, costumes e normas próprias da cultura prisional; a apropriação das regras, dos códigos de linguagem e dos conhecimentos desse grupo social específico traz impactos à identidade do preso. A partir do conjunto de normas que regem o dia-a-dia prisional - que inclui aquelas produzidas pelo Estado (ordem formal), as elaboradas pelos próprios presos (ordem informal) e mesmo as disciplinas (enquanto poder normativo fundamental à manutenção dessas duas ordens) - pode-se compreender qual o tipo de individualidade essas regras pretendem produzir e as diferentes formas do indivíduo reagir a tais exigências institucionais.
Title in English
The inmate's identity and the prison's laws.
Keywords in English
prison - identity - prisonization - penitentiary law - criminal organizations
Abstract in English
This study examines how the institutional demands and the rules of the jail affect and conform the inmate man. The process of prisonization implies the absorption of values, habits and standards proper of prison culture; the appropriation of the norms, codes of language and knowledge of this specific social group brings impacts to the identity of the prisoner. From the set of rules governing the day-to-day prison - including those produced by the State (formal order), as elaborated by the prisoners (informal order) and even the disciplines (as normative power essential to the maintenance of these two orders) - one can understand what kind of individuality these rules aim to produce and the different ways of the individual reacting to such institutional requirements.
 
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Publishing Date
2008-12-02
 
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