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2024
Disertaciones
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  • JUCELIA FRANCA DA SILVA
  • ANXIETY, DEPRESSION AND BURDEN IN FAMILIES OF PATIENTS ADMITTED TO THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT

  • Líder : EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • LUCIANA CARLA BARBOSA DE OLIVEIRA
  • PABLO VICENTE MENDES DE OLIVEIRA QUEIROZ
  • Data: 19-feb-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The hospitalization, in the context of intensive care, is a stressful factor for both the patient and their family members. The experience of a family member's hospitalization in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) can trigger psychological symptoms that are harmful to the family's mental health. This work evaluated anxiety, depression and burden in family members of patients admitted to the ICU. The study was carried out in the Intensive Care Unit of a university hospital in Rio Grande do Norte. The
    sample consisted of 85 family members of patients admitted to the ICU, who were selected considering the inclusion and exclusion criteria determined in the research. The research used aquantitative methodological approach and data were collected from a sociodemographic questionnaire, of the collection of clinical information from the patient and the anxiety and depression assessment scale: The Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) and the assessment scale of caregiver burden: Zarit Burden Interview (ZBI). The survey obtained data on the prevalence of depression, anxiety and burden 27.06%, 42.36% and 32.94%, respectively. There was no significant influence of basic sociodemographic data, such as gender, age, marital status, on the prevalence of anxiety, depression and burden on family members. The correlations found are associated with family dynamics, presence of a previous diagnosis of mental illness and work occupation. The research results will serve as a basis for future interventions that prioritize the quality of care and humanization.

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  • BRÍGIDA CAVALCANTI ALVES
  • WHAT IS THE PLACE OF THE PSYCHOANALYST IN LISTENING TO RACISM AGAINST BLACK
    PEOPLE IN BRAZIL?

  • Líder : ANA KARENINA DE MELO ARRAES AMORIM
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EMILIANO DE CAMARGO DAVID
  • FÁBIO SANTOS BISPO
  • FLAVIA FERNANDO LIMA SILVA
  • ANA KARENINA DE MELO ARRAES AMORIM
  • Data: 20-feb-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This dissertation is the result of my concerns as a woman, a black woman and a psychoanalyst,
    especially when listening to the denunciations made by self-declared black patients of the positions
    of coloniality present in the work of Brazilian psychoanalysts. It is well known that in the 19th
    century racist and scientific discourses engendered policies of whitening and miscegenation of our
    people, which produced and produces consequences in the modes of subjectivation present in this
    territory. Therefore, an ethical and welcoming approach to racial issues is not given or guaranteed,
    and it is necessary for other analyzers to appear in order to think about the formation and work of
    psychoanalysis and psychoanalysts in Brazil. So, faced with this scenario, a first question emerged:
    What is the place of the psychoanalyst in listening to racism against black people in Brazil? To do
    this, we looked to the theoretical guidelines given by Sigmund Freud and Jacques Lacan on the
    training of psychoanalysts and listening to the unconscious, but due to the processes of colonization
    and Brazilian cultural neurosis, other positions had to be adopted. Decolonial and black theories
    appeared here as new lenses in order to investigate racial and racist policies, the white narcissistic
    pact that sustains this logic of violence and segregation directed at the black population, and to
    foster knowledge and ancestral technologies of black resistance to such confrontations. Based on the
    weaving of writing experiences, with experiences that permeate my body and professional training,
    and interviews with practicing psychoanalysts in Rio Grande do Norte, this research can provide
    elaborations on the place of psychoanalytic listening in the articulation and disarticulation of racism,
    the denials and practices of coloniality in the analytical setting and the possible inventions of this
    clinical device when in composition with politics.

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  • AMANDA MELO QUEIROZ DA COSTA
  • THE LAST SCREAM: PHENOMENOLOGICAL UNDERSTANDINS ABOUT IDEATIONS AND SUICIDE ATTEMPTS IN WOMEN IN SITUATION OF VIOLENCE 

  • Líder : ANA KARINA SILVA AZEVEDO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA KARINA SILVA AZEVEDO
  • CARMEM LÚCIA BRITO TAVARES BARRETO
  • ELZA MARIA DO SOCORRO DUTRA
  • Data: 23-feb-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Statistical data reveal the increase in the phenomenon of violence against women, especially Violent Deaths due to Undetermined Causes. Suicide is a phenomenon that is also growing among women, and it is known in the literature that, while men are the ones who commit suicide the most, women are the ones who have the most ideations and attempts at suicide. International studies indicate a strong relationship between a history of violence in women's lives and the propensity for suicidal behavior. Based on this reality, it is possible to raise the following questions: how does suicide appear as a concrete possibility for women in situations of violence? What is the horizon of meaning that links abused women to their plot, giving rise to the choice to end their own existence? The objective of this research, therefore, is to understand the meanings of giving up life for women in situations of violence. This study is configured as a phenomenological-hermeneutic research, based on Heideggerian ontology. Two women who experienced domestic violence and thought about and/or attempted suicide were interviewed. The narrative interview was used as an instrument, asking them to share their experiences. The analysis was based on a method inspired by the Heideggerian hermeneutic circle, considering the understanding-interpretation movement of doing research and the researcher's affectations. As a result, we noticed how finitude is always at stake in the participants' lives: whether through the power-to-die of violence, or the choice-to-die of suicide. The uprooting caused by violence radically restricts the possibilities of projecting oneself in time, making the anticipation of one's own death an alternative to the emptying of meaning in living. It is hoped that this research will enable an approximation of the experience of these women, in order to expand understandings that favor discussions and practices aimed at care and support for coping with the problem, considering the overlap between violence and mental health.

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  • NATÁLIA NOGUEIRA DE MEDEIROS
  • EXPERIENCES OF QUOTA STUDENTS IN THE MEDICAL COURSE AT UFRN: A PHENOMENOLOGICAL COMPREHENSION

  • Líder : ANA KARINA SILVA AZEVEDO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ANDREA BARBOSA MAUX
  • ANA KARINA SILVA AZEVEDO
  • SILVIA RAQUEL SANTOS DE MORAIS
  • Data: 27-feb-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Until the enactment of the 2012 Quota Law, the country's medical courses were occupied almost entirely by socially more affluent individuals, and since then, this student body has begun to change. From 2012 on, a new moment was inaugurated in the university and in Brazilian medicine, which began to be occupied by other bodies, other histories and ways of existing. The heterogenization of the university profile demands a more attentive and careful look at the new ways of occupying the university and medical education. In order to get closer to this reality, we started from the following research question in this work: What are the meanings of being a quota student in the medical course at UFRN? The aim of this study was to understand the experiences of being a quota student in the medical school at UFRN in the light of Heidegger's hermeneutics. This is a phenomenological-hermeneutic research and used the narrative interview as an instrument. Three medical students from the Natal campus who entered through affirmative action vacancies were interviewed. The path used in the interpretation of the narratives is based on the hermeneutic circle and speaks of an approximation of our comprehensive way of existing as a possibility for doing research in psychology. The narratives produced in this study show the challenges faced by quota students to stay in the course and feel they belong. Structural conditions of the organization of the course, such as the distances between fields of practice, the high workload of the course, the high costs involved in university permanence and the fragility of student assistance policies were pointed out as aspects that contribute to the uprooting of students in the course. It is also observed that belonging to this course is crossed by the sedimented meanings of being a physician as a white, middle/upper class individual, coming from private education. Black, low-income and disabled quota students report feeling that the course was not designed for existences like theirs. The results suggest that there is still a need for more comprehensive studies to investigate the experiences of quota students in public universities and the conditions of permanence offered to these students.

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  • MARIA CLARA FERNANDES ARAÚJO DE PAIVA
  • AMONG ESTUARIES AND CROSSROADS: ETHICAL POLITICAL LISTENING TO INDIGENOUS WARAO PEOPLE IN NATAL/RN

  • Líder : ANA CAROLINA RIOS SIMONI
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JENNY GONZÁLEZ MUÑOZ
  • ANA CAROLINA RIOS SIMONI
  • JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • KÁROL VEIGA CABRAL
  • Data: 27-feb-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This work in born in the encounter with Warao families across the streets of Natal/RN, confronted with the state of vulnerability made starkly visible by the 477.493 people displaced from Venezuela arriving in Brazil until 2023. Even though migration is part of how national groups are formed and represents the universal right to free movement and territorial protection, migratory movements are currently seen as humanitarian crisis factors, unveiling death-producing capitalist policies. By focusing on global South issues, the displacement of indigenous groups stands out, as they are victimized by a historical project of extermination, seeing their territories assassinated by the extractivist logic in the “coloniality of power”. This is the european-imposed control of subjectivities, goods, cultures, and knowledge from indigenous peoples, by instituting the notion of “race”, favoring the european “White” colonizer as a universal subject model. From this perspective, in this research, we experienced and analysed processes of ethical-political listening to migrant and refugee Warao venezuelans in Natal/RN, performed by visiting their temporary shelter as well as their designated access points to health, education, and welfare policies. To achieve such, ethical-methodological pathways were composed between ethnography (del sur), psychoanalysis and militant research, taking on the political stance of desiring to contribute with Warao strengthening and resistance strategies when facing coloniality. From then on, we pose the question: which narratives inscribe and reinscribe themselves, building on the violent, non-organic displacement of indigenous peoples, more specifically the Warao people sheltered in Natal/RN CARE facilities? Therefore, this dissertation has as a general objective: to analyse the specifities in indigenous Warao migration and refuge in the municipality of Natal/RN, by ethical-political territorial listening. Furthermore, we propose as specific goals: 1) to discuss the possibilities of ethical-political territorial listening in the forced displacement context of the Warao; 2) to raise a discussion around the matches-mismatches of the Warao with migrant and refugee policies in Natal/RN; 3) to identify possible contributions from psychoanalysis in reinventing ethical-political listening devices for indigenous migration and refuge contexts in Brazil. Along with ethnographical incursions and ethical-political listening sessions derived from coexistence, three interviews were performed with Warao representatives residing in the shelter. Ethical procedures for free, prior and informed consultation following parameters set for indigenous peoples were adopted (Letter of Consent presented and signed by a community leader; participation consent for interviews; and dialogical feedbacks on the work). From these materials and the writing of a field journal, here named a corpus journal, the stories of Warao migrants were narrated and witnessed, versing over (their lives in their original territories, socioeconomic and political transformations in Venezuela, beginning to move towards cities, their crossings and challenges arriving in Brazil, difficulties faced in being welcomed in cities, and their needs and desires for a joyous future in Brazil). The unfoldings of this research experience showed how listening ethically and politically to the Warao and their migration and refugee narratives cannot be achieved without listening for the colonial unconscious inscribed in the researcher’s position, by making herself aware of the racial democracy myth, the denegation of racism and the repression of African and indigenous ancestry. At this study’s finish line, which is in reality a “start-finish-start”, we find that ethical-political listening is done with body and testimony, supporting the struggles of a population apart from their original territory, but who might, in territorrializing memory, re-territorrialize life.

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  • MARGARIDA MAYARA MOURA MIRANDA
  • Subordinate work through digital platforms in a small-town setting

  • Líder : FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CESAR SANSON
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • FERNANDA FERNANDES GURGEL
  • ISABEL LOPES DOS SANTOS KEPPLER
  • Data: 28-feb-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Information technologies exert a dominant influence on everyday life, occupying a central space in contemporary society. This ascendancy, accompanied by numerous transformations, has intensified certain forms of work, notably highlighting delivery applications. In this context, there is an urgent demand for a deeper understanding of the impacts of technological transition in small cities, showcasing the complexity of changes and challenges faced by local workers. The growing presence and influence of delivery apps as catalysts of this phenomenon require a critical analysis, considering not only the apparent benefits but also the potential risks and precarization inherent in this new labor paradigm. The research conducted in Santa Cruz–RN aimed to analyze the organization of work subordinated to digital platforms in small cities, focusing on delivery apps. Three studies were conducted, involving representatives from the platforms, local merchants, and delivery drivers. Using the method of core meaning analysis with QDA Miner 5.0 software, interviews were transcribed and analyzed. The results reveal that working through these platforms not only formalizes but also consolidates precarity in small cities. The incorporation of requirements, despite creating an appearance of a formal employment relationship, contributes to the intensification of precariousness. This phenomenon takes on a new dimension by fueling the seductive discourse of "self-entrepreneurship," becoming a trap for many workers. The dynamics of work in small cities are profoundly impacted by technological change, with delivery apps being central elements in this scenario. The superficial formalization of employment through these platforms conceals a reality of precariousness, compromising working conditions. Therefore, the research emphasizes the need for a closer analysis of the implications of these technological transformations for local workers, highlighting the challenges that arise with the growing influence of information technologies in contemporary society.

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  • JOSE ITALO FRANCOLINO DA SILVA
  • EXPERIENCE, SUBJECTIVATION AND SUBORDINATE SELF-MANAGEMENT: A study with app delivery workers

  • Líder : FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MATHEUS FERNANDES CASTRO
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • KATIA MAHEIRIE
  • Data: 28-feb-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The world of work is marked by constant transformations that strain the involvement of human beings when being active, modifying their material and subjective reality. The Uberization of work marks an important moment of transition where life at work becomes more closely linked to the means of information and communication technology (ICTs), while assimilating characteristics of previous transformative milestones. Conceived as a new model of management, production, organization and control of work that – currently – is mediated by digital platforms, uberization implies on-demand workers who act as self-managers of themselves in their work. However, this worker is subordinate to the digital platforms that are truly managing the activity. Therefore, the objective of this dissertation is to analyze the experiences of workers who best experience this model, Uber-enabled motorcycle delivery drivers. The research is theoretically anchored by Vygotsky's Historical-Cultural Psychology, and has the participation of 15 app delivery people who work in the city of Natal/RN. The methodology adopted was semi-structured interviews carried out in person at motorcycle couriers' concentration points throughout the city. The collected data was transcribed and categorized with the help of the QDA miner and Excel platform, and subsequently analyzed using Bakhtinian Dialogical Discourse Analysis. Where the search for greater autonomy in life became evident, strongly linked to the opportunity to earn more money by working with unpredictability. The worker firmly believes that they have more freedom, giving them the ability to not only control their present at work, but also to actively influence their future and quality of life. In addition to configuring itself as an obelisk against the oppressions and stratifications that exist in the precariousness of salaried employment. It is also an act of resistance to the current work model in the Latin American-Brazilian peripheral capitalist world.

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  • STENIO STEPHANIO SANTOS DE OLIVEIRA
  • Psychosocial-environmental aspects of refugee status: a study on indigenous Warao Venezuelans in Natal/RN

  • Líder : RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LAÍS PINTO DE CARVALHO
  • RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • TADEU MATTOS FARIAS
  • Data: 28-feb-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The mobility of the Warao people throughout Latin America creates new relationships with the territory. Forced migration and life in a refuge city cause traditional communities to encounter human-environmental relationships different from those experienced in their land of origin. This research addresses psychosocial and environmental aspects of the lives of the Warao living in Natal (RN), aiming to identify elements that compose the process of urban space appropriation and analyze identity and attachment processes to the indigenous Warao's current place of refuge (Natal/RN). It is a qualitative study that utilized the methodology of Environmental Autobiography to access individuals' experiences with the inhabited location. Grounded Theory was used for data analysis. The results indicate a greater difficulty in appropriating the city's space as a foreigner, but it does not completely eliminate the possibility of building such a connection. Place identity is expressed in the preserved neighborhood culture within the community, carrying the traditional subjective territory wherever they go. Additionally, it is expressed in maintaining the aesthetic and labor aspects of ancestral craftsmanship. Attachment to the place is evident in situations of connection with locations, as long as the community group remains intact. New habits were formed in contact with the territory of the capital of Rio Grande do Norte, such as adopting a new religion after arriving in the city. Another observed aspect is that the place of residence (CARE) still preserves many traditional habits of Warao culture, serving as the location for cooking typical food and maintaining communication in the ancestral language.

9
  • MIRLLY DE SOUZA FERREIRA
  • YOUTH UBERIZED IN LATIN AMERICA: The Experiences of Young Delivery Workers in App-based Employment

  • Líder : FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MANUELA CASTELO BRANCO PESSOA
  • Data: 29-feb-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research aims to analyze the experiences of young delivery workers subjected to app-based platforms. Through the observation of work situations and interviews conducted in Natal, Brazil, and Córdoba, Argentina, with motorcycle and bicycle delivery, this is a qualitative study anchored in Historical-Cultural Psychology and informed by historical-dialectical materialism. We conducted semi-structured interviews with 22 young individuals, eleven from Natal, Brazil, and eleven from Córdoba, Argentina, aged between 18 and 24 years old. The discussion will be developed around four core themes: 1) Uberized trajectories of peripheral youth, 2) Bad meetings in alienated activity, 3) Good meetings in emancipatory activity, and 4) Between formal and informal worlds: Labor projects of uberized youth. The exploitation of child and youth labor is a reality in the informal sector, used as cheap labor, paid low wages, and devoid of rights. App-based companies capitalize on this informality common to peripheral countries, acting as "mediators." The trajectories of young people in the lower echelons are characterized by the overexploitation of labor, experiencing a production model reminiscent of the 1.0 industry, marked by long hours and intense physical effort to earn income that often falls below the minimum wage. The guiding activity of young adults within capitalist society integrates a contradiction: work as both emancipatory and alienating. The absence of reference to dignified employment as a minimum instrument of social protection distances and distorts the perception of decent working conditions. App-based companies use entrepreneurial ideology to reinforce the individualism inherent in neoliberal rationality. In the Uberized activity, risks and costs are shifted onto the worker. Faced with the absence of minimum rights and the adversities of the work context, solidarity emerges as a vital support network. This cooperation drives the development of class consciousness, sharing new ways of thinking, feeling, and acting. 

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  • RAUL TORRES AÇUCENA
  • Clinical-institutional supervision paths in Rio Grande do Norte: desire, politics, qualification.

  • Líder : ANA CAROLINA RIOS SIMONI
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA CAROLINA RIOS SIMONI
  • ANA KARENINA DE MELO ARRAES AMORIM
  • ANALICE DE LIMA PALOMBINI
  • MARIA APARECIDA DE FRANCA GOMES
  • Data: 29-feb-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This work traces the path of an clinical-institutional supervisor from his first contact with the role, questioning peers and telling his experience when seeking to develop knowledge about the practice, through a research process that, due to an act flawed, came to be called “otherization”. We will follow the unfolding of this experience through a project in RN that initially selected 24 health professionals to work as SCI spread across the state's 41 CAPS. The scenario will go back both to a present portrait of RAPS, more than ever fragmented right after a pandemic, and to the past, retelling some scenes from the history of its constitution in the state. The method adopted will be psychoanalytic research, using field diaries written by the researcher and some interviews. We aim to analyze these SCI experiences, investigating their function, in the post-pandemic context and increased demand for psychosocial care. With this, we hope to create portraits of RAPS in RN and explain the training effects that the project had for first-time supervisors. The research ended up unfolding in parts parallel to the notion of Lacanian logical time, addressing the anxieties and questions that arose in the researcher's field diaries, at first. The failed act from which “otherization” arises served as a thread to analyze and create a path for another moment to address the questions raised previously in the interviews with fellow supervisors and a more senior RAPS worker. From these seams, contours were embroidered to characterize the role of supervision, process scenes and portraits of the network's services.

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  • THATIANE MARIA ALMEIDA SILVEIRA MENDES
  • TERRITORIALITY AND IDENTITY IN CHILDREN FROM THE QUILOMBOLA COMMUNITY MOITA VERDE/RN: A METHODOLOGY BASED ON PARTICIPATORY-ACTION-RESEARCH

  • Líder : RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • SORAYA SOUZA DE ANDRADE
  • SYMONE FERNANDES DE MELO
  • Data: 01-mar-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The aim of this research is to develop a methodological proposal oriented by ActionParticipatory-Research (APR) for the work with children, focusing on the identity-territory relation. This proposal was based on an interest in encouraging children to listen to and value their contributions during the research process, so that the joint work between the researcher and her/his partners does not become unilateral, but horizontal, collaborative and ethically and politically committed to the autonomy of this social group. To this purpose, eight weekly group meetings were held, lasting approximately two hours, to discuss themes related to the three axis of identity for Antonio da Costa Ciampa: me-with-me, me-with-the-other, and me-with-the-world. The world here takes on the connotation of inhabited territory for Milton Santos: it encompasses the set of objects and actions that make up human space and can only be understood by taking into account the totality of social dynamics and their historical context. The understanding of territory that guides us, therefore, takes into account the occupation and territorial distribution mediated by the tentacles of the capitalist economy, the strength of its hegemonic spaces and the influence of racial and class dynamics, harboring contradictions and being the stage for disputes. In this study, I had the participation of four children, aged between 6 and 9, from the Moita Verde Quilombola Community (RN), where this methodology was developed. Photography, drawing, storytelling based on children's books and board games were used as methodological tools. The conclusion is that the methodology had the expected effects, and that the success of its application will always lie in the researcher's sensitivity and ethical commitment to identifying the demands of each territory and transforming them into thematic meetings to be worked on, as well as in their creative capacity to (re)elaborate and adapt the materials used according to the characteristics of the people taking part in and the context in which they are inserted

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  • CECÍLIA TAVARES GUIMARÃES
  • SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTION OF PSYCHOLOGY IN INTERFACE WITH THE MARXISM: AN ANALYSIS FROM THE BRAZILIAN CASE

  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • PABLO DE SOUSA SEIXAS
  • FERNANDO LACERDA JÚNIOR
  • Data: 08-mar-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Since 1970, in Brazil, the socio-economic and political situation challenge Psychology to

    evaluate its audience, references, areas of operation, and the social value of the profession:

    the context triggers the so-called “Crisis of relevance”. The theoretical effort to respond to the

    crises culminates in the productions that later make up the list of Critical Psychologies

    (Lacerda, 2013). Marxism emerges from this block as an influence on some of these

    perspectives. The Marxist perspective is considered here as the theoretical-methodological

    field that can contribute to a truly transformative Psychology, as its ultimate goal is human

    emancipation. Given what has been exposed, we are interested in investigate what

    possibilities arise from the relationship of Marxism with Psychology, problematizing how this

    relationship occurs in Brazil, based on the scientific production of the area. Thus, the

    questions that move the research are: What are the possible relationships between Psychology

    and Marxism in the Brazilian scientific context? What is the demand or justification for this

    type of scientific production? What do the authors seek to achieve by adopting such

    articulations? As a result of this effort, the objective was to generate a map of Brazilian

    scientific production in Psychology from the perspective of Marxism. 124 articles were

    collected, categorized in an electronic database, and analyzed in two blocks: scientometric

    and thematic. It was identified that the productions come mainly from public universities in

    the Southeast of the country; published in journals with high Qualis evaluation; it was found

    that most are theoretical studies; they are articles linked to various areas of Psychology, but

    mainly to Educational Psychology. In the studies, the apprehension of fundamental categories

    of Marx was observed, albeit in a residual form. In the relationship of Marxism with

    Psychology, indirectly, it is possible to see this articulation through authors or perspectives of

    the area, such as Vigotski and Historical-Cultural Psychology, these being a synonym for

    Psychology of what would be Marxism. Furthermore, Marxism also appears overlapped with

    other theoretical perspectives that have any less dialogue with it, denoting that the work is not

    based on Marxism, although concepts of the tradition are present. In summary, different

    modalities of articulation are put forward for Psychology and Marxism, with no prevalence of

    how the area appropriates the reference. The articulation takes place as a foundation for a

    Psychology of Marxist inspiration, as a critique of Psychology, and as a complement to

    psychological analyses (Calviño, 2013). It is considered indispensable that the approach to

    the reference evokes reflections for Psychology, to question the individualization and

    psychologization of structural phenomena and reinforce the perception of its role as a

    working class and agent of change.

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  • KÊMILE LOPES TOMÉ DE OLIVEIRA
  • Talento Metrópolis Kids: development, implementation and evaluation of a program for children with
    AH/DS
  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DANIELLE FERREIRA GARCIA
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • ROCHELE PAZ FONSECA
  • Data: 16-abr-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present study aims to develop, implement, and evaluate the Talento Metrópole Kids Program,
    targeting children aged seven to ten with high abilities, affiliated with the Instituto Metrópole Digital
    (IMD) at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN). The program expands its actions to
    include not only teenagers but also children, emphasizing the importance of inclusive education and
    early-preventive interventions. The research seeks to advance scientific knowledge of high abilities,
    considering the complexity of human development, the interaction between biological and cultural
    factors, and the need for inclusive and effective pedagogical practices and public policies. It proposes
    an intervention and stimulation program for schoolchildren with high abilities, focusing on talent
    development. The relevance of considering culture and social context in identifying and developing
    talent in children with high abilities is highlighted, enriching discussions on educational policies and
    pedagogical interventions in this area. The research adopts a qualitative methodological approach and
    is based on the historical-cultural perspective of Psychology. Data were analyzed statistically and
    thematically to understand the evolution of high abilities conception over time and support program
    interventions. The heterogeneity of the participant group in terms of academic background and
    professions was identified, demonstrating a variety of experiences and knowledge. Potentials and
    limitations of the program were identified, contributing to reflections on the effectiveness of
    interventions and educational policies for children with high abilities. The Talento Kids Program
    encompasses children aged 6 to 10, aiming to present distinct areas of human production. Linked to
    the Talento Metrópole, the program contributes to identifying and developing talent in the information
    technology field, aligned with goals of digital and technological transformation in Rio Grande do
    Norte. The program adopts a holistic approach, focusing on development, social interaction, mediated
    support, cultural context, and metacognitive, creative, and critical skills. The aim is to stimulate the
    integral development of children's potentials with high abilities, directing their talents for the benefit of
    society. The study is justified by the need to improve educational policies and pedagogical practices tomeet the needs of children with high abilities, considering criteria for identification, care, and adequate
    development. Results show that children with high abilities have specific needs requiring interventions
    and challenging environments to avoid underutilization of their potential. The Talento Metrópole Kids
    program is viable and necessary, contributing to equity, inclusion, and academic and emotional
    development of these children. Future research should explore new strategies to support the growth of
    these students and prepare them for future challenges, contributing to a fairer and more developed
    society.
Tesis
1
  • ALEXANDRE LUCAS DE ARAÚJO BARBOSA
  • Learning during lockdown: na analysis of educational vulnerabilities and the impacts on the home literacy environment during the COVID-19 pandemic

  • Líder : CINTIA ALVES SALGADO AZONI
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA LUIZA GOMES PINTO NAVAS
  • CINTIA ALVES SALGADO AZONI
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • LUCIANA MENDONÇA ALVES
  • RICARDO FRANCO DE LIMA
  • Data: 20-feb-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Purpose: The family literacy environment is an important factor for the development of reading and writing. Children with a family history of dyslexia may have reduced access to reading resources and engage less in literacy activities, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of this article was to compare the family literacy environment, with and without a family literacy history, before and during the pandemic. Method: 676 families responded to the COVID-19 Home Environment Literacy Practices - COVID19-HELP Questionnaire, providing information about family literacy practices and resources in the periods before and during the pandemic. The sample was divided into 190 children who were at familial risk for dyslexia (FH+, experimental group) and 486 children without a family risk (FH-, control group). Finally, the data were analyzed using the Generalized Linear Mixed Model. Results: In most statistically significant variables, children at family risk of dyslexia presented lower average home literacy resources and activities. Concerning the time period, there were significant increases in the number of digital books for children, digital educational games related to letters, reading, or math for children, actively played educational video or computer games. The interaction between the group and period was not significant. Conclusions: the findings demonstrate that children at familial risk for dyslexia presented lower frequencies of family literacy activities and resources. However, no differences in interaction between the group and time period were observed, suggesting that the increase and decrease in home literacy resources and practices primarily stem from group disparities, rather than modifications caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • JOSÉ DE SOUZA GOMES JÚNIOR
  • RESTORATIVE ENVIRONMENTS FOR ADOLESCENTS: NA INVESTIGATION WITH STUDENTS FROM THE CITY OF FLORIANO, PIAUÍ

  • Líder : GLEICE VIRGINIA MEDEIROS DE AZAMBUJA ELALI
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DAYSE DA SILVA ALBUQUERQUE
  • GLEICE VIRGINIA MEDEIROS DE AZAMBUJA ELALI
  • LEONARDO VICTOR DE SÁ PINHEIRO
  • MAÍRA LONGHINOTTI FELIPPE
  • RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • Data: 27-feb-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The quality of life of the contemporary population has been affected by stress, notably in urban environments, interfering with their health (physical and mental) and productivity, especially among the most vulnerable people. To address this, the literature highlights the importance of investigating people's relationships with the places they find themselves in, in order to identify environments with restorative potential. Given this, this thesis asks: in the perception of adolescents from a city in the interior of the Northeast, what environments contribute to their psychophysiological restoration? The hypothesis defended indicates that adolescents prefer places that allow contact with nature and with people of the same age group, and enable the development of activities (contemplation, socialization, sports and leisure). The study took place at the Federal Institute of Education of Floriano, Piauí, and aimed to analyze the relationships of adolescents with environments that they consider restorative. The investigation assumed a qualitative-quantitative bias and a multi-method strategy, through two studies: the first, aimed at people, applied the Perceived Stress Scale and questionnaire to 82 students in the 3rd year of technical high school and interviewed 8 of these participants; the second, focused on the environment, carried out field visits, naturalistic observations and photographic records to analyze environments that they indicated as restorative. In general, participants consider themselves stressed, especially women, despite the level of perceived stress being below the average of the scale used. This stress was related to school and family routine. To restore stress, the following were mentioned: (i) environments within the school, in the city and at home; (ii) activities such as sleeping, reading and practicing physical activities. Some of the results obtained point to characteristics that may be related to cities in the interior of the Brazilian Northeast, such as playing sportes, sleeping and reading, indicating an interrelationship between environment and activity that was called here as Restorative Situations.

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  • MATHEUS BARBOSA DA ROCHA
  • THE BATUQUES THAT ECHO AND TRAVEL THROUGH THE STREETS OF NATAL: ZAMBERACATU NATION AND THE EXPERIENCE OF BEING-AND-DOING-IN-COMMON

  • Líder : MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA KALLINY DE SOUSA SEVERO
  • DOLORES CRISTINA GOMES GALINDO
  • IGOR MONTEIRO SILVA
  • MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • VERÔNICA MARIA DA SILVA GOMES
  • Data: 28-feb-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This thesis aims to learn about the experience of being-and-doing-in-common in the daily life of Natal's first and only Maracatu-Nação, the Zambêracatu Nation: a) narrate how the cultural and religious traditions of Zambêracatu help to compose the experience of being-and-doing-in-common; b) follow the networks of sociability, the politics of familiarity and friendship and the power relations of the experience of being-and-doing-in-common of the Nation; and c) discuss the reverberations of the contemporary, informational, mediatized and pandemic scenario in the experience of being-and-doing-in-common of Zambêracatu, as well as in its cultural and religious traditions. To do this, we used ethnographic experience through participant observation, open interviews, informal conversations, as well as the becoming-chronicler and the technique of drifting, using both a post-structuralist perspective and decolonial debates. Between 2020 and 2021, during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, we entered the field digitally and, in 2022, in person. The traditions of the Nation, due to the link with the Orixás, the relationship with time, ancestry, the importance of food, the body and matriarchy, made it possible to perceive the being-and-doing-in-common in scenes of hospitality, in the idea of family and in the transmission of knowledge through orality. Their sociability, politics of familiarity/friendship and power relations are presented with conflicts, disputes, divergences, polarizations, antagonisms, coalitions, alliances and affections. When it drums in the streets, between the terror of the colonial, racist and eugenicist projects that cross the city, whether through the state, civil society or other channels, and the joy and strength of ancestral traditions, the Nation transforms the city into a shrine, making it the home of Exu. In the pandemic scenario, the body and subjectivity have been subjected to biomolecular, microprosthetic and digital technologies. In this mediatized scene, in this city of bits and pixels, devices of visibility, surveillance and control prevail, which encourage spectacularization and self-exposure. We are therefore betting on a Psychology that is built by dialoguing with cultural and religious practices on the margins of social circuits, as well as revisiting its references and moving towards the construction of other productions of knowledge. 

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  • RAFAELE DE ARAUJO PINHEIRO
  • THE EXPERIENCE OF TELEWORK FOR TELEWORKERS OF A PUBLIC INSTITUTION IN RN

  • Líder : FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FÁBIO DE OLIVEIRA
  • CESAR SANSON
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • Livia Gomes dos Santos
  • TATIANA DE LUCENA TORRES
  • Data: 04-mar-2024


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Teleworking is a type of remote work, mediated by the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), which has been gaining ground in the Brazilian workplace and around the world. The social isolation measures needed to contain the new coronavirus pandemic have further boosted adherence to this modality, which has been expanding since the 90s. Multiple fields of knowledge are dedicated to the study of teleworking, whose diversity of configurations and arrangements make the task of investigating it complex. Although progress has been made in identifying the advantages and disadvantages of the modality, there are still many questions that help to understand the materiality of the modality and its subjective repercussions on teleworkers, especially when thinking about telework as a phenomenon that emerges and expands under neoliberalism. In this sense, the aim of this work is to analyze how the discourses and practices of constructing a neoliberal subject are refracted in the experience of teleworkers. To do this, we adopted the perspective of Cultural-Historical Psychology as our research approach, seeking to understand the dialectic of the constitution of the phenomenon of teleworking in the particular and universal conditions in which they are inserted. As a methodological approach, we carried out a case study of two sectors of a public judicial institution, with participant observation and semi-structured, in-depth interviews with 14 civil servants from these two sectors. The interviews were analyzed using the confrontation nuclei methodology developed in this study, allowing us to explore the different meanings, dramas and contradictions associated with the experience of teleworking. The results point to different solutions to the dramas experienced between 1) being productive and enjoying the flexibility of teleworking; 2) being a teleworker and playing family roles and 3) working in isolation or socializing with colleagues.

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  • CINTIA GOUVEIA COSTA DE ALCÂNTARA
  • POWER TO ACT AND IDEAL OF A WELL DONE JOB AMONG PUBLIC MANAGERS OF A FEDERAL INSTITUTE

  • Líder : JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CAMILA COSTA TORRES
  • CÁSSIO ADRIANO BRAZ DE AQUINO
  • FRANCISCO DAS CHAGAS DE MARIZ FERNANDES
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • TATIANA DE LUCENA TORRES
  • Data: 12-mar-2024
    Ata de defesa assinada:


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The public manager operates in the technical, strategic and political spheres; in addition to dealing with bureaucracy and various rules that guide what you do; making this work challenging and complex. This study was dedicated to analyzing the work activity of general directors of campuses at a Federal Institute in northeastern Brazil, based on the notions of work well done, prevented activities, processes of precarious work activity, and management processes institutional. The theoretical lenses used for this research were Organizational and Work Psychology and, specifically, the Activity Clinic. Thus, based on the main objective, through the application of an electronic questionnaire, the socio-professional profile of the directors was described. Subsequently, through a semi-structured interview, the meaning of a job well done for the participants was verified. To analyze the work, a group was formed and, through Clinical devices (Photo Workshop, Activity Survey and Instruction for the Lookalike), the quality of the work, the impediments and the articulation of the collective of managers were identified. After consensual validation on the main management challenges, participants developed strategies to strengthen the profession. It was found that the perspective of a job well done is related to planning and achieving goals, but when analyzing the actual work, numerous obstacles were identified that impede the feeling of it. Some impediments to this work are related to budgetary and team composition issues and the difficulty of appointing employees to take on management roles. The existence of a feeling of loneliness in the act of managing and conflicts between central management (systemic managers) and the management of teaching units (general director) was detected; these are related to the multicampi organizational model. The analysis of the activity was listed as one of the strategies for strengthening the various trades that make up the researched institution.

2023
Disertaciones
1
  • LUSIANE MIRANDA PALMA
  • Women and social medicalization: understandings about the colonization of black bodies

  • Líder : CANDIDA MARIA BEZERRA DANTAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CANDIDA MARIA BEZERRA DANTAS
  • CATIA PARANHOS MARTINS
  • MARIA DA GRAÇA SILVEIRA GOMES DA COSTA
  • Data: 20-abr-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The increasing use of psychotropic drugs in Brazil reveals a phenomenon that affects various layers of the population but is more pronounced among women with Common Mental Disorders, conditions intrinsically associated with living conditions such as domestic overload and social vulnerability, issues that are present in higher percentages among the Black population in Brazil. This study aims to investigate the life stories and experiences of Black women from a quilombo community in the backlands of Bahia who use or have used psychotropic drugs. This research was done from the perspective of Black and anti-colonial feminism, using a qualitative method that uses women's narratives to research from the voice of those who live this experience. The analyses were carried out based on the axes: determinants associated with prescriptions, effects of medication use, and resistance strategies. The results indicate living conditions, work overload, colonial wounds, and domestic violence as motivators associated with prescriptions. Among the effects of medication use are improved sleep quality, but also apathy, lack of motivation, and amnesia. Collectivity, solidarity among women, and ancestral knowledge, such as the use of herbs, are presented as resistance strategies. We conclude that medicalization presents itself as a mask for the inequities faced by quilombola women in rural contexts and brings us the need to rethink public care policies for women that consider their singularities and territorialities.

2
  • ALANNA SILVA DOS SANTOS
  • Correlation between engagement in pleasurable activities, quality of life, and depressive symptoms in the elderly person in different contexts

  • Líder : EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • BRUNO ARAÚJO DA SILVA DANTAS
  • LUCIANA CARLA BARBOSA DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 28-abr-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • With the significant increase in the elderly population in Brazil, there is a growing concern about the quality of life (QoL) of this group, which is vulnerable to the development of biological and psychological diseases. Therefore, it is essential to conduct research that identifies aspects that promote better QoL and prevent illnesses. The objective of this study was to analyze the correlation between levels of engagement in rewarding activities, depressive symptoms, and QoL in elderly people attending Basic Health Units and Family (UBSF) and those who participate in the Open University for Maturity (UAMA). The study was conducted with a sample of 100 elderly people, 50 from the UAMA group and 50 from the UBSF group, ranging in age from 60 to 85 years. The study is characterized as quantitative, descriptive, and correlational. The instruments used were: sociodemographic and clinical questionnaire, Beck Depression Inventory (BDI), WHOQOL-Old, The California Older Person's Pleasant Events Schedule – OPPES-BR, and Social Media Engagement Questionnaire (QEMS). The analyses were performed using R software, using descriptive and inferential statistics. The results indicate a significant correlation (p<0.001) between depression, enjoyable activities, and QoL in elderly people, showing the interrelationship between these variables, as well as the influence of the socioeconomic context. It is concluded that elderly people who are in a continuous education process present a better QoL, participate more in enjoyable activities, and have fewer depressive symptoms, while the elderly population inserted in a context of social vulnerability manifested alarming depressive symptoms, negative perception of QoL, and less frequency of enjoyable activities.

3
  • IURI ARAÚJO PIMENTEL
  • THE CORPSE IS NOT IN CONDITION: PHENOMENOLOGICAL COMPREHENSION OF EXPERIENCES ABOUT THE LOSS OF LOVED ONES DUE TO THE COVID-19

  • Líder : ANA KARINA SILVA AZEVEDO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA KARINA SILVA AZEVEDO
  • JOANNELIESE DE LUCAS FREITAS
  • MELINA SEFORA SOUZA REBOUCAS
  • Data: 30-may-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The World Health Organization (WHO) declared on March 11th, 2020 that we were facing the first pandemic of the 21st century. Given the threat to the human survival imposed by the virus, sanitary measures were adopted in worldwide scale to reduce its spread and preserve the highest possible number of lives. In Brazil, however, the results have been tragic. A little more than three years after the beginning of the pandemic, more than 700,000 people died in your country. As high as the number of dead people is the contingent of mourners for their loved ones. These survivors had either a total prohibition or a huge impact on the funeral rites as the contagious rate was elevated in the worst moments of the pandemic. The objective of this study is to comprehend the mourning experience felt by those who lost their loved ones due to the covid-19. This Hermeneutic Phenomenological research is inspired on the possibility of interpretation from the Hermeneutic Circle thought by Heidegger, and seen in Azevedo & Dutra (2013). An interview was conducted with three people (two women and one man). The analysis of the narrative interviews was based both on the understanding and interpretation of the experiences shared by the participants. Results revealed the meanings attributed by the participants to the mourning experience. That being said, the interpretations of the narratives suggest personal experiences that include the fundamental aspects of the feelings of fear and anguish triggered by the threat to both their existence and to their relatives due to the pandemic. The narratives about their state of mourning in the pandemic also showed experiences of disbelief concerning the death of their relatives; variation between the states of affliction and hope towards the recovering of relatives during hospitalization; impotence due to the impossibility of being by the side of their loved ones during hospitalization, which made them to have to wait for the daily medical report provided by the hospital. The study states some reflections about the mode during the funeral of being-with the one who died, taking into account the presence of sanitary measures during the whole event. Hopefully, the results of this research will contribute to the visibility of millions of Brazilians whose existential suffering seems to be neglected considering that, until the present moment, social policies related to mental health caring have not been thought towards those that are, undoubtedly, the mourners from the pandemic.

4
  • HELENA GRAZYELLE DO NASCIMENTO OLIVEIRA
  • Rejecting the scaffold: an analysis of women's role in parliament in the state of Rio Grande do Norte

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • CANDIDA MARIA BEZERRA DANTAS
  • GILMARA JOANE MACEDO DE MEDEIROS
  • Data: 31-may-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Historically, women have been forbidden from occupying public and political spaces. As a result, it was necessary for them to build collective organisations in order to face and resist violations. In the context of the institutional politics in Brazil, the state of Rio Grande do Norte was home to women who were pioneers in acquiring the right to vote and in being elected for political office. Although there have been advances in guaranteeing women’s rights, their presence in political spaces remains considerably small, whilst the violences imposed to them remain frequent. The domination and exploration of women is based, within this understanding, in the imbrication amongst patriarchyracism-capitalism. Therefore, the main goal of this research was to investigate the measure in which the presence of women elected for the legislative in the state of Rio Grande do Norte might impact the overcoming of structures that submit women. Electing feminism and Marxism as main perspectives, it was determined as methodological procedures the mapping of women elected for legislative positions in the aforementioned state from 1990 until 2018, the applying of interviews based in a semi-structured guide, and the documental analysis of the bills and approved laws redacted by the elected politicians. The analysis of the interviews resulted in three meaning cores: a) the experience of existing-for, b) the experience of the political-woman, and c) the experience of being within legislative. It was identified that the material and subjective experience lived by women in politics carries the violences of being a woman in a patriarchal-racist-capitalist society. It was concluded that, for the presence of women in legislative to confront the unequal relations between genders, it is necessary that they recognise the violences to which they are constantly exposed and make a commitment to a political proceeding that is anti-patriarchy, anti-racism and anticapitalism.

5
  • CAMILA BARBOSA CAMPELO
  • Between screens and connections: a proposal for anti-asylum care in the pandemic context (2020 - 2023)

  • Líder : MARIO FRANCIS PETRY LONDERO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIO FRANCIS PETRY LONDERO
  • ANALICE DE LIMA PALOMBINI
  • SIMONE MAINIERI PAULON
  • Data: 07-jun-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present research is based on the intention of remembering and sharing experiences of Therapeutic Accompaniment (TA) practiced in virtual and face-to-face meetings, during and after the advent of the pandemic crises. The meeting with two convivas of the Centro de Convivencia e Cultura de Natal (CECCO), that we named Inventores, Coragem and Viagem - in a reference to their ways of being in the world – is the foundation of this cooperative investigation, space of provocative summons of displacements and inventions, having in mind other ways of mobilized listening, beyond the psychotherapy model initially demanded by the service. Guided by the theory and practice of TA as a clinical-political-antiasylum, used the production of cartographic narratives as a method, based on the records of the lived made in field diaries, named Diários de Andanças, aiming to explore the possibilities of reinvention of an anti-asylum clinic in the pandemic context. The experiences of TA shared with the reader point to the opening of relational spaces in the face of the effects of intensification of suffering brought by social isolation and restriction of access to mental health services, and speak of the power of the invention of new ways of listening to the singularity before the prisons operated by the medicalization and silencing of suffering. The ability to delimit the Other and carve out a place for the singular subject, flourish through this exercise of cohabitation of the TA, which makes the struggle for the effectiveness of the Rede de Atenção Psicossocial, that was scrapped by the capitalist system in service of neoliberal logic, imperative by the day. The contact of the TA with the RAPS of Natal appears as a deinstitutionalizing agent, confirming the need for its permanent place in the mental healthcare network, beyond the university projects and connected with the urgent demands of the city's health workers.

6
  • IVAN GABRIEL SOUSA FEIJÓ
  • City and Racism: An Analysis of the Appropriation of Spaces Natal by Black Youth

  • Líder : RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • SORAYA SOUZA DE ANDRADE
  • Data: 07-nov-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This Dissertation aims to analyze the process of space appropriation in the city of Natal, RN, by the Black youth, with the following specific objectives: 1) to examine the intersections of racism in the process of city appropriation by Black youth; and 2) to observe the intersections between race and other social mediators in the process of city space appropriation. The concept of Space Appropriation was chosen because it can encompass the various processes that occur between the constitution of human beings and the spaces they inhabit, encompassing the identification and transformation of individuals and spaces, and their dynamic interaction over time. The study participants selected for this research are the Black youth of Natal, RN, meaning 100 self-declared Brown, Black, or African descent individuals between the ages of 18 and 24, residing in the city of Natal. This research has an exploratory nature with a cross-sectional design. Data was collected through a questionnaire developed in line with the research objectives, using an online form, and analyzed using SPSS and Iramuteq software. The results revealed aspects related to space appropriation by Black youth, especially concerning public and semi-public spaces in the city. It was observed that the Black youth in Natal appropriates urban space; however, racism permeates this process, causing these individuals to feel hindered or to avoid certain places.

7
  • JULIANA BEZERRA MOISÉS
  • Environmental Psychology in Brazil: An analysis of the production of the ANPEPP Working Group

  • Líder : RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • DAYSE DA SILVA ALBUQUERQUE
  • GLEICE VIRGINIA MEDEIROS DE AZAMBUJA ELALI
  • RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • Data: 05-dic-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present dissertation aimed to understand Environmental Psychology in Brazil based on the work of the Environmental Psychology Working Group (GT-PA) of the National Association of Research and Graduate Studies in Psychology (ANPEPP). To achieve this objective, we analyzed the records of the proceedings related to the group's meetings, spanning from 2000 to 2020, totaling 11 documents, in order to highlight indicators of its development in the country. In the Brazilian context, Environmental Psychology gained prominence with the creation of the Working Group in ANPEPP, which has functioned as an Invisible College and promoted the consolidation of research networks, contributing to the dissemination of knowledge and the training of new researchers in the field. As results, we listed the main characteristics of the field over the last twenty years based on the information recorded in the proceedings, identified the main deficiencies detected by researchers at different times, and outlined the solutions proposed by them. We also highlighted the indicators of the field's growth in the country, proposing the systematization of a possible fourth and fifth phase of Environmental Psychology.

8
  • NATÁLIA CAMPOS DA SILVA
  • Psychology, socio-education and institutional racism: an analysis of the role of professional psychologists in socio-educational measures in an open environment.

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • LUANA ISABELLE CABRAL DOS SANTOS
  • TADEU MATTOS FARIAS
  • Data: 05-dic-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Racism is a social phenomenon of great impact, characterized by the Federal Council of Psychology - CFP (2017) as a broad, complex, systemic and violent ideology, which permeates cultural, political, economic, ethical and subjective aspects of people's lives. This research focuses on structural racism, exploring the role of psychologists in institutions of the socio-educational system. Although we can identify a growing contribution from Psychology to the theme of racial relations, they are still little disseminated in the areas of activity, making this research an important update in this field of know-how. The general objective of this research is to analyze the role of psychologists in confronting racism in the open socio-educational system in Natal/RN. The specific objectives include (1) the identification of theoretical and technical references, (2) the analysis of perspectives on structural racism, (3) the understanding of the contribution to the reproduction/confrontation of racism. The study adopts a qualitative approach and is based on action research methodology, with historical and dialectical materialism as a theoretical basis. The study was carried out at the Specialized Reference Center for Social Assistance - CREAS Oeste, in Natal/RN. Data were collected through participant observation, field diaries, analysis of informative and multidisciplinary reports, as well as Freirean culture circles with the four psychologists who are part of the Socio-Educational Measures (MSE) teams. Data analysis led to the identification of two main cores of meaning: 1. Racism, socioeconomic vulnerability and absence of the State and 2. Racism, organized crime and context of violence. These nuclei were formed based on the indicators and pre-indicators collected during the culture circles. The results reveal the complexity of the challenges faced by psychologists in the Brazilian socio-educational system. The research participants recognize the presence of structural racism in their daily work, emphasizing the need for socially engaged interventions to combat it and the promotion of more effective actions in the context of socio-educational measures. These findings highlight the importance of continuous and comprehensive training to improve knowledge and action in this field.

Tesis
1
  • VICTOR HUGO BELARMINO LIMA
  • THE URBAN EXPERIENCE OF EFFEMINATE GAY MEN IN THE CITY

  • Líder : MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FERNANDO SANTANA DE PAIVA
  • LÁZARO BATISTA DA FONSECA
  • MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MARCELA DIMENSTEIN
  • TADEU MATTOS FARIAS
  • Data: 09-feb-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Gay effeminacy is still an academic topic that has received little attention in the Brazilian context, that is, most studies do not propose to investigate effeminacy and the elements associated with it as an indispensable analytical category in review studies and/or empirical, especially when considering the thematic profile of the urban experience of these subjects. Considering this gap, this research aimed to investigate the urban experience of effeminate gay men in city spaces. For this, an electronic form was applied to 240 self-identified gay participants, which consisted of 51 multiplechoice questions, organized around three axes (everyday life, sociability and social isolation). Among the 240 participants, 43 subjects consented to participate in the second stage of the research, which consisted of applying the SRQ-20. Among the 43 participants, 8 self-identified gay effeminate subjects were interviewed, composing the third stage of the research. The fourth, and last, stage of the research consisted of a Conversation Group with 5 self-identified gay effeminate participants. It was found that, in general, homosexual urban experiences are crossed by violence, discrimination and prejudice, reverberating in fear of moving around the city. It was revealed that, whether in public or private spaces, whether inside or outside the LGBTQIA+ community, there is the imposition of the cis-hetero-homonormative standard. This imposition places effeminate gays in a more precarious way in urban spaces, since they escape even more normative social expectations and urban planning. However, being effeminate gay does not imply passivity in the face of these oppressions, since fear finds resistance in individual and collective appropriations by the LGBTQIA+ community, giving rise to counter-uses in the various spaces of the city they occupy.

2
  • JULIANA MOREIRA DA SILVA ANDRADE
  • Clinical analysis of working activity in the context of individual care

  • Líder : JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • YVES CLOT
  • CLAUDIA OSORIO DA SILVA
  • FLAVIO FERNANDES FONTES
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MARIA ELIZABETH ANTUNES LIMA
  • Data: 01-mar-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Working activity greatly affects the mental health of people around the world. Paradoxically, there are important gaps and inconsistencies in theories and practices in the field of mental health and work, especially criticisms of psychological and individualistic approaches in interventions in the individual frame. Starting from a psychology of clinical and historical-developmental work, we aimed to define a theoretical-methodological possibility of clinical analysis of the activity, which contributes as a theoretical-technical support in the production of individual psychological care devices to the worker, articulating health development and development of the work itself. Considering the clinical methodology in activity analysis, we performed: a) analysis of a clinical experience, based on Activity Clinic, of individual psychological care with work demands; b) production and analysis of dialogues between psychologists about their practices in health and work; c) integration of results; d) preparation of the methodological proposal. The results indicated several contexts, determinants and configurations that circumscribe individual practices in psychology with work demands; pointed out as the main challenge of practices, overcoming isolation, blaming and victimizing workers with problems or sick endos by work; confirmed the theoretical-technical gaps in psychology; pointed out the approaches closer to theorizations about work as an activity and the practice of its analysis, such as those that most contributed to the health of the people attended. We conclude with the presentation of principles, processes, conceptual schemes and operational guiding, involved in the psychological (and social) function of work, configuring them in a clinical-developmental proposal that relates the development of the activity itself to the development of health, as well as ways of acting by, with and for the social (collective) via activity.

3
  • ANTÔNIO LEONARDO FIGUEIREDO CALOU
  • "One is barely born and begins to die": Micropolitics of the death wish and resistance practices in homosexual trajectories

  • Líder : MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • ADRIANO AZEVEDO GOMES DE LEON
  • EDER AMARAL E SILVA
  • MICHELE DE FREITAS FARIA DE VASCONCELOS
  • RENATA MARINHO PAZ
  • Data: 14-jul-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Theory conceived by Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, micropolitics are characterized as policies that produce subjectivity that are constituted by a set of active and reactive forces that will produce desire and, therefore, subjects in their desiring operation. Divergent from the psychoanalytic logic, on which desire would be the product of unconscious faults, micropolitics shows it as formed by multiple, unstable and co-producing semiotic assemblages of singularization and subjectivation, which, as a machine in the fitting of its gears and in the friction of its parts, order and lead the production of the desiring subject. Supported by the rhizomatic entries of this theory, this research seeks to defend that if the desire is produced by assemblages and these are engendered in a co-production of active and reactive forces, of affirmation and denial, it is possible to consider that there are assemblages that lead and produce in the subjects desires of death, self-destructive desires, in which a whole policy of subjectivation seen in the reactionary movements would induce it, through the normativities that are set as a regime of life, and, which has in death, its technology of power/control. Betting that the death wish is produced by the politics of normative life, it is understood that everything that diverges from it – the differences – tends to suffer from its capture. They are, consequently, the expressions of difference, the lives vulnerable to normativity that would suffer the most from the impediment of the production of their unique ways of life. Considering the theories of Michel Foucault, Deleuze and Guattari about homosexuality being a producing difference, we chose homosexual life and the representations of sex and gender as a means to understand the production of this desire, as well as the forces that resist it. In view of this, the objective of this thesis is to follow the micropolitical production of the death wish in homosexual paths and map the assemblages and practices that resist them. As a methodological input, it was noticed that the attribution of the micropolitics of the death wish demanded devices and methods that needed to be thought about. The perception of the path emerges, which, through the readings of Bergson by Lapoujade and Deleuze, was understood as a duration-means, a space-time of encounters and events that always give rise to a past-present and/or a present-past that are explicitly implicated, co-producing. This temporal aspect of the paths showed two paths for analysis: the ethnographic of affections and the cartographic of estrangements, giving rise to the ethnocartography of the paths. The path that has in itself spontaneity and imprecision, happens everywhere, putting the researcher to think about what of their codes could be deciphered, for this reason, it is understood to be a multi-situated research, not having a spatiality in the representation of territories that identify subjects, groups and cultures. In this way, the ethnocartography that takes place through homosexual paths is seen, in this research, by several statements (life stories, poetry, music, cinema, autobiographies, actions, performances, formation of institutions, spaces demarcated by representations of sex and gender, etc.) and are ethnocartographed by a set of devices, without being limited to any of them. This thesis intends to produce means that seek to think about the production of the death wish and the practices that resist it, following the homosexual paths, to bring reflections that contribute with new devices of anthropopsycho-sociological analysis, used in an ethical-aesthetic-political plan of expansion of the life.

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  • RODOLPHO LUIZ ARAÚJO CORTEZ
  • THE INFLUENCE OF GAME-BASED DESIGN ELEMENTS ON LEARNING PERFORMANCE IN DIGITAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS

  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • CHARLES ANDRYE GALVAO MADEIRA
  • ROGER AZEVEDO
  • TACIANA PONTUAL DA ROCHA FALCÃO
  • Data: 31-jul-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In the last ten years, the use of game-based learning has increased significantly and the main arguments for the implementation of games as an educational tool are based on their potential to foster learning outcomes via their capability to increase engagement and motivation, as well as to enhance learner experience. However, additional (game) elements embedded in learning materials might distract learners and/or divert attention away from the essential content to be learned and thus impair learning and/or performance – such distractors are often referred to as seductive details. As such, a careful balance of game elements and instructional features is necessary not to hinder learning when using games. In this vein, this study aims at investigating the influence of game elements present in a digital game-based environment on the users’ performance and learning, as well as on engagement, motivation, and emotions. Overall, the study has three stages, and initially, a pre-post training study comparing a game-based to a non-game-based training condition on fraction magnitude revealed that participants improved their fraction magnitude understanding from pretest to posttest and their improvement did not differ significantly between groups. However, during the training, participants in the game-based condition responded more accurately but were slower than those in the non-game-based condition suggesting that game elements might increase participants’ cognitive engagement and result in a speed-accuracy trade-off. In the second stage, a comparison between a game-based and a non-game-based group intervention was implemented with a pre and post-self-reported survey measuring motivation, emotions, and engagement. The learning content was changed for a pairing association of symbols and numbers to exclude prior knowledge biases. The results showed that game elements affect both participant attrition and engagement during the interaction with the task. Participants with low self-efficacy were particularly prone to study dropout in the absence of game elements. Game elements further affect both learning efficacy and efficiency and mediation analysis revealed that task attractivity partially mediated the effect of game elements on learning performance. To deeply understand the dynamics of the use of game elements in learning, a multimodal data collection study was conducted and revealed that game elements are not harmful for learning. The same study evidenced that a game-based learning task can engage learners more than an equivalent task with no game elements involved as well as increase self-efficacy and self-interest. Hence, the use of game-based learning approaches is recommended considering their capacity to change learners’ perspectives towards learning environments.

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  • FELIPE CAZEIRO DA SILVA
  • NARRATIVES OF DAILY LIFE IN THE USE OF ANTIRETROVIRALS FOR HIV: FROM THE BIOMEDICALIZED BODY TO THE SOCIAL ACTOR OF THE EXPERIENCE

  • Líder : JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • ANA CAROLINA RIOS SIMONI
  • MARIA DA GRAÇA SILVEIRA GOMES DA COSTA
  • KÁTIA BONES ROCHA
  • LUCAS PEREIRA DE MELO
  • Data: 10-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The emergence of antiretrovirals and the subsequent development of Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) are recorded in the scientific literature as Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART). Such antiretrovirals (ARV), resulting from scientific-technological advances in the last four decades of the AIDS pandemic, have become important allies for the treatment of the still incurable HIV, increasing life expectancy and improving the quality of life of people who have it. access and adhere to treatment. However, some adverse effects of these drugs were also not eliminated, causing various discomforts, in addition to bringing to light the power relations, biopolitics and necropolitics of the treatment. Thus, this thesis follows a non-traditional thesis presentation line and presents 3 studies around the investigation of narratives about HIV/AIDS and the daily use of antiretrovirals from the perspective of users of these drugs, whether for treatment or prevention (PrEP). It also sought to understand its meanings, difficulties, implications, negotiations and medical prescriptions experienced with HAART/ART in contemporary times in order to allow the investigation of its “adverse events” that are not only physiological, but also external and sociopolitical when they carried a coloniality that became maintains over the years as presented in the first study that was anchored in a narrative literature review (RNL). In continuation, the second work carried out through a case study with a user living with HIV, accompanied by me in the SAE, demonstrates the impacts of the diagnosis and the psychological aspects mobilized in a black subject. The social imaginary of aids discussed in the previous work is the background for the subjectivity of this user who, when facing difficulties with the diagnosis and adverse effects of the medication, reveals mental health issues that are not only individual, but collective. Therefore, he requests that the interventions also be collective, which was referred to for group follow-up in an HIV/AIDS NGO. Finally, the last study, the heart of this thesis, was a qualitative research using a questionnaire and interviews with 12 gay men, 6 using ARV for HIV treatment and 6 using ARV for prevention (PrEP) in the Health Care Service. Specialized Assistance (SAE), located at Policlínica Gouveia de Barros in Recife-PE. In this study, we sought to show how the psychosocial aspects that involve the use of antiretroviral medication for HIV/AIDS cross the user's experience in this field. What brings together and what differentiates those who use ARVs for treatment from those who use them for prevention. In this sense, it was intended to recognize the discursive clashes between the biomedical/pharmacological/psychological/experiential knowledge, that is, the determinations of the pharmaceutical industry and medicine and the experiences built over the use of ARVs (production of strategies, forms of use, effects, among other issues). That is, from them, questioning the place of antiretroviral medication in the lives of people living with HIV or preventing it. Together, these manuscripts sought to constitute a small research program related to the use of antiretrovirals from the perspective of the experimental subject. As evidenced in the three manuscripts, the work assumes a perspective of localized knowledge, situating the coloniality of HIV as an analytical category for the reflective exercise for health responses regarding the ever-present pandemic of HIV/AIDS.

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  • ANDRESSA VERAS DE CARVALHO
  • DISCURSIVE DISPUTES AROUND THE QUILOMBOLA NOMINATION

  • Líder : JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • ROSEANE AMORIM DA SILVA
  • JULIANA DA SILVA NÓBREGA
  • SAULO LUDERS FERNANDES
  • JORGE LUIZ CARDOSO LYRA DA FONSECA
  • Data: 18-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This thesis approaches with the discursive production around the quilombola nomination. The

    recognition of quilombola subjects and communities has been marked by disputes that involve

    especially the issue of land demarcation and land tenure regularization in Brazil and the large

    developmental projects. We argue that the discursivities built around the quilombola category

    from the different positions taken on contribute to (re)produce different versions of this

    category. For this, from the Critical Discourse Analysis, we analyzed public domain documents

    as critical incidents that allowed us to visualize the controversy produced around the recognition

    of Quilombola subjects and communities, identifying voices, positions and mobilized

    repertoires. It was possible to identify two discursive matrices: 1) historical/archaeological; and

    2) plural/heterogeneous. The first, which reinforces the official historiography and contributes

    to the erasure of the trajectories of black communities in the post-abolition period, is mainly

    defended by groups opposed to land demarcation, generally linked to agribusiness and large

    estates. This matrix feeds back racism and strengthens the social structure of exclusion and

    inequalities experienced by quilombola communities. As for the emergence of the second

    matrix, the political action of rural black communities, in dialogue with anthropologists, and

    the construction of a quilombola social movement, which favored the production of a new

    lexicon based on notions such as group ethnicity, common land use and territory. This matrix

    recognizes the diversity of experiences around the idea of a quilombo, facing the historical

    silencing experienced by communities and allowing the creation of public policies aimed at

    guaranteeing rights and social emancipation.

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  • JULLYANNE ROCHA SÃO PEDRO
  • Navigating is the way to navigate: deinstitutionalizing crossings in search of the unknown island

  • Líder : MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • LANNUZYA VERÍSSIMO E OLIVEIRA
  • LUIS ANTONIO DOS SANTOS BAPTISTA
  • MARISTELA DE MELO MORAES
  • SANDRA RAQUEL SANTOS DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 21-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The Brazilian Psychiatric Reform developed new paradigms about madness through a deinstitutionalization project, however, the care aimed at people in psychological distress who came into conflict with the law, the so-called “criminally insane”, is thought of through closed and long-term hospitalization, called a “safety measure”. The forensic asylum, Custody and Psychiatric Treatment Hospital, is the place responsible for complying with the execution of the detention security measure, which can last in perpetuity, given its lack of legal provision regarding the maximum time limit. In the necropolitical scenario, the arbitrariness and abuses of incarceration practices in total institutions mean that the condition of the “criminally insane” can be considered more serious in relation to other incarcerated populations, due to so many vulnerabilities that are part of the reality of people in psychological distress in Brazil. The deprivation of liberty, the absence of autonomy and sociability and the violation of human rights, hurt the proposal of the Psychiatric Reform, therefore it is necessary to deinstitutionalize the security measure. Thus, this study arises from the following questions: What would be the flows and obstacles that could arise during the construction of a policy of deinstitutionalization of the security measure in the state of Rio Grande do Norte? How to articulate the viability of the construction and implementation of this policy? The general objective of this research is to discuss the process of institutionalization of the security measure in the state of Rio Grande do Norte regarding its historical, political and institutional aspects. As specific objectives, we have: a) monitoring compliance with the security measure, observing institutional routines and practices in mental health; b) know the flows and possible obstacles for the deinstitutionalization of the security measure; and c) build and propose strategies aimed at the elaboration of a policy of attention to the subject in psychic suffering submitted to the security measure. This is a qualitative study carried out through two methodological procedures: a) documentary research in newspapers from the time of the creation of the forensic asylum in Natal; b) institutionalist cartographic intervention research, carried out between the years 2019 to 2022. As for the intervention, we used the following resources: training meetings, photography workshops and the production of a documentary film. Participants in the intervention were professionals who work and people who are complying with a security measure at the Psychiatric Unit for Custody and Treatment; professionals working in the psychosocial care network; law operators and researchers. The image is an act and the photographic images of the thesis are fragments of historical resistance captured in times of fascist government and setbacks of the anti-asylum policy. The use of images, naked and intolerable, reveals the horrors of the prison of “criminal madmen”, in full operation. It is hoped that the discussions carried out from the deinstitutionalizing devices constructed in the thesis will allow the opening of knowledge and the sharing of the sensitive in the visible order, making the judicial asylum appear in scenarios that had no visibility, bringing the struggle and the place occupied by the bodies in psychological distress in conflict with the law. In this sense, the thesis research contributes to the movement of the anti-asylum struggle in the state of Rio Grande do Norte, mainly to the Anti-Asylum Policy of the Judiciary, a process of deinstitutionalization of the currently ongoing security measure, triggered by federal and state legislation, published in early 2023.

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  • JOHN ELTON COSTA DOS SANTOS
  • Minoritary mystique: the religious experience of transgender boys

  • Líder : MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • MARLOS ALVES BEZERRA
  • ADRIANO AZEVEDO GOMES DE LEON
  • LAURA MOUTINHO
  • MARCOS ROBERTO VIEIRA GARCIA
  • Data: 22-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In the current context of increased intolerance and conservatism regarding gender identities and sexualities, the incursion of transsexual men into religious congregations creates ruptures in the relations of power, knowledge and subjectivation. Thus, this thesis proposes as a research question: is it possible for religious transsexual men to have another subjective experience outside the framework of regulation imposed by religions? In the field of gender and religion studies, the thesis is situated in studies on religious experience and its general objective is to analyze this experience from the religious experience of transgender boys. The study seeks to approach an interdisciplinary perspective through a composition of ethnographic and cartographic methods, using the resources of search and mapping of religious practices on the websites of some inclusive churches, participation in events promoted by churches, and interviews with transgender boys; and also by the dialogue between different fields of knowledge: philosophy, psychology, psychoanalysis, anthropology and etc. The thesis proposes the concept of mystical-minority for the analysis of the religious experience of transgender men. For this, we use the concepts of "consumer production" and "mysticism" by Michel de Certeau, "care of the self" by Michel Foucault and "becoming-minority" Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari. Through this study we have reached some conclusions: religions are constituted from cis-hetero-normative theologies and doctrines, whether of Judeo-Christian, Kardecist Spiritist or Afro-American origin; there is on the part of the LGBT population the reinvention of new religious practices, elements that point to the production of life; despite prejudice, exclusion, discrimination and murders that express a desire to eliminate this population; in the daily lives of transgender boys, there is a creative and inventive production of religiosities that are constituted through an ethic of freedom, self-care, confrontation and resistance.

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  • NARA FERNANDES LÚCIO
  • “FILHAS DO MENOR CHUVISCO”: A STUDY ON PARAIBA ADOLESCENTS CRIMINALIZED FOR DRUG TRAFFICKING

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • BRUNA STÉFANNI SOARES DE ARAÚJO
  • FERNANDA CAVALCANTI DE MEDEIROS
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • REBECKA WANDERLEY TANNUSS
  • Data: 23-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This study analyzes the criminalization processes, that precede the realization of the socio- educational measure, which affect adolescents apprehended for drug trafficking, in the capital of Paraíba. More specifically, it identifies the main socioeconomic and demographic characteristics of adolescents involved in offenses related to drug trafficking in the capital of Paraíba; investigates the main particularities of the exercise of penal control over these adolescents from Paraíba; discusses the perspective of drug trafficking as a form of exploitation of child labor, analyzing its effects on the life trajectories of adolescents; and, finally, analyzes the articulations between the information from the judgment processes, the investigation of an infraction, of adolescents from Paraíba and the main productions and theories evolved in the encounter between marxism, feminism and criminology, seeking to understand the social dynamics related to the involvement of adolescents in drug trafficking. To achieve these goals, we conducted a literature review on the historical relationship between crime and women/adolescents, as well as on drug trafficking and prohibition. Then, we analyze the processes of infractions committed by adolescents throughout the state of Paraíba, between 2010 and 2020. The data were categorized and analyzed based on the understandings produced in the encounters and disagreements between feminism and Marxism, as well as with the main foundations of critical criminology based on historical materialism. With this study, we hope to deepen our understanding of the control that is directed at these adolescents and provide elements to support the transformation of this reality, instrumentalizing a critical action by professionals in the context of adolescence and youth.

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  • ANDERSON DE ANDRADE SILVA
  • URBAN MOBILITY AND GENDER: EFFECTS ON ACCESS AND PERMANENCE OF WOMEN AT THE UNIVERSITY
  • Líder : CANDIDA MARIA BEZERRA DANTAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CANDIDA MARIA BEZERRA DANTAS
  • MARIA DA GRAÇA SILVEIRA GOMES DA COSTA
  • VICTOR HUGO BELARMINO LIMA
  • MARIA APARECIDA DE FRANCA GOMES
  • PAULA FREIRE SANTORO
  • Data: 24-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The city is understood as a particular way of organizing the natural space, it attracts and brings together
    individuals, it builds not only spatial interventions, but mainly specific and complex forms of sociability.
    The urban is established in a dialogical relationship between what is constructed and what is experienced,
    based on the appropriation of its users and, consequently, contextualizes the subjectivation processes
    present in them. In this scenario, some categories can serve as a lens for analyzing the city. One that
    stands out is the category of gender, precisely because it contains the social frameworks that define the
    differences between men and women, as well as for denouncing an unequal and hierarchical relationship
    of power. The organization of urban space does not escape the imperatives produced in dichotomous
    gender relations, the city is also a means to reproduce these differences. In this context, urban mobility
    becomes a catalyst for these aspects, being able to limit, segregate or prevent the movement of some
    social groups in the city. Considering the magnitude of the studies that have urban mobility as their field
    of investigation, methodologically we propose a cut and we will analyze the urban mobility specifically
    of university women, regularly enrolled in face-to-face courses. We consider higher education as a
    disputed space, in which circulation around the city is a necessity and is associated with the question of
    access and permanence of these students. Thus, we aim to analyze the urban mobility of university
    women and its effects on access to and permanence in higher education, using an intersectional
    perspective, in an attempt to understand the relationship between mobility and the permanence or
    evasion of women in higher education. The research was carried out in the city of Natal/RN, with women
    aged 18 or over, regularly enrolled in a Higher Education Institution in the city. As research tools, we
    used an electronic questionnaire as a first approximation of the target audience and, in a second moment,
    a Focus Group was carried out that had the use of the photovoice method as a guiding element. As
    analyzed results, we highlight the importance of urban mobility for students, the data produced reinforce
    the idea that mobility is a conditioning factor in access and permanence in higher education.
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  • MAURICIO CIRILO DA COSTA NETO
  • Shades of experiences of sexuality and gender dissidents and experiments in mental health care in psychosocial care: queer cartography.

  • Líder : MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FELIPE DE BAÉRE CAVALCANTI D'ALBUQUERQUE
  • JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MARCO JOSE DE OLIVEIRA DUARTE
  • MOISES ROMANINI
  • Data: 25-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This study aims to map the shades of experiences of dissident subjects of sexualities and genders and the interpellations and/or questions they pose for the production of mental health care in Psychosocial Care Centers (CAPS) in the city of Natal-RN. The research participants are 14 people who self-declare as belonging to the LGBTQIA+ community and 61 CAPS workers and interns.Group research-intervention devices were used, namely the Psychosocial Support Group for the LGBTQIA+ Population and the Experimentation Workshops with CAPS workers. The analyzers produced with the Psychosocial Support Group concern family dynamics, situations of violence experienced, the exercise of religiosity/spirituality and the fluidity of identities. In the work with the workshops, the analyzers indicate the non-identification of sexual orientation and gender identity as effects of cisheteronormativity, the invisibilization of LGTBQIA+ people in CAPS, the paradoxical character of the LGBT+ Health Policy, which, although implemented, has not been properly implemented in terms of management and health care practices, the processes of pathologization in the daily life of CAPS and the ethical-political dimension of mental health care in the face of otherness.Thus, the effects of cisheteronormativity on the capture of subjectivities and mental health care were mapped, as well as the lines of escape that are expressed in more singular and situated attitudes, gestures and care practices, while experiments of antimanicomial and intersectional care with dissident subjects and permanent health education on the mental health of the LGTBQIA+ population with Psychosocial Care teams were produced.  It is concluded that mental health care needs to incorporate the ethical-political attitude of toning, making visible and expressing the multiple experiences of sexualities and genders, including those of health professionals.

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  • MICHELLE LUISE SOARES DA SILVA
  • The School and the formation of pro-ecological concepts: An investigation at the Federal Institute of Rio Grande do Norte

  • Líder : GLEICE VIRGINIA MEDEIROS DE AZAMBUJA ELALI
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GLEICE VIRGINIA MEDEIROS DE AZAMBUJA ELALI
  • FERNANDA FERNANDES GURGEL
  • LUCIANA DE MEDEIROS
  • KARLA PATRÍCIA MARTINS FERREIRA
  • MARIA INES GASPARETTO HIGUCHI
  • Data: 25-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Human actions on the environment affect ecosystems and put future generations at risk, having motivated researchers and politicians to debate environmental sustainability. In this context, the thesis is based on knowledge from Environmental Psychology (EP) and Environmental Education (EE), having as its theme the contribution of the school environment to the formation of pro-ecological concepts by high school students. It was developed based on two starting questions: How to promote and expand students' socio-environmental responsibility and foster pro-ecological behaviors? How to combine EP and EE in institutional programs aimed at the formation of the ecological subject? In view of these questions, the hypotheses are that: (i) students bring with them previous knowledge that needs to be understood and re-signified by the school; (ii) teaching strategies that combine scientific knowledge with students' everyday knowledge can provide the replacement and/or acquisition of pro-ecological concepts; (iii) the combination of formal EE educational practice with knowledge of person-environment interaction arising from EP can feed recommendations for school performance in this field. Therefore, the main objective of the research was to understand the role of the school environment in the formation/appropriation of pro-ecological concepts and in the socio-environmental awareness of students. The empirical work took place at the Federal Institute of Rio Grande do Norte (IFRN) unit of São Gonçalo do Amarante. Methodologically, a qualitative-quantitative investigation was carried out using a multimethod approach, through questionnaires, interviews and conversation circles. As results, the study traces a diagnosis that reveals students' perceptions and behaviors in relation to the environmental theme and the position of teachers in the face of obstacles faced in the formation of students as ecological subjects. The thesis concludes by outlining possible contributions of EP and EE to address the main problem detected in study.

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  • GUILHERME PAIM MASCARENHAS
  • WATER MERCHANTS: ALIENATION AND WORK ACTIVITY IN WATER TRUCKS IN THE SEMI-ARID UPWEST POTIRGUAR

  • Líder : JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • FERNANDA FERNANDES GURGEL
  • FRANCISCO PABLO HUASCAR ARAGÃO PINHEIRO
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • TATIANA DE LUCENA TORRES
  • Data: 28-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • What does a water truck carry besides water? To answer this question, it is necessary to consider that, in addition to being an expression of a broader social formation in the semi-arid region, the workers of the water trucks, the focus of this study, participate in this mode of social reproduction and demonstrate the manifestations of work alienation in the region. Thus, the general objective of this thesis is to analyze how work alienation in the context of the semi-arid region of Alto Oeste Potiguar affects the activity of water truck workers. The specific objectives are: a) To examine how the process of territorialization of the semi-arid region is expressed in the reality of the activity and its hindrances; b) To understand the possibilities of developing the power to act, therefore, the dimension of health, in the face of work estrangement and worker objectification; c) To evaluate the contradictions of the developmental proposal of the theoretical-methodological instrument of Activity Clinic in the face of alienated work. The approach to the activity of water truck workers occurred both through a historical analysis of the process of territorialization of the semi-arid region, and through an analysis of working conditions in the last two decades in the studied microregion. In addition, the theoretical-methodological instrument of Activity Clinic was used to access the work activity of the participants. Three workers who deliver water in the studied microregion were interviewed, with two interviews conducted accompanying the delivery of water in rural and urban areas. Preliminary results indicate that the estrangement resulting from work alienation appears during the analysis of the participants' activity. However, it was found that the possibility of managing these estrangements requires a reconsideration of the theoretical operators of Activity Clinic, in order to incorporate not only the dialectical theory of its historical-cultural roots but also the purpose of positively overcoming the exploitation of work.

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  • FÁBIO HENRIQUE ALMEIDA DANTAS
  • The history of resistance and construction of the LGBTI+ movement in the Sertão Potiguar

  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MARIA DA GRAÇA SILVEIRA GOMES DA COSTA
  • PATRICIA RAKEL DE CASTRO SENA
  • RENAN HONÓRIO QUINALHA
  • THIAGO FELIX PINHEIRO
  • Data: 29-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The imperatives of patriarchy, crossed by the logic of capitalism, are constituted by attributing a series of powers and privileges to cisgender men to the detriment of women and LGBTI+ people. This system gains new configurations according to the historical, social and economic context that is established. It is necessary to consider that, when dealing with LGBTI+ people, and specifically transvestites and transsexuals, who subvert the norms of cisgenderism, these relationships are even more intense, suffering the most inhuman expression of the “social issue”. Thus, in resistance to this context of exploitation and oppression, various forms of confrontation are articulated; among them, organized social movements, which manifest themselves as a refraction of the contradictions of the capitalist mode of production in response to social inequalities. These collectives move to represent the interests of these populations, with emphasis on the LGBTI+ Movement, which was born in Brazil in the late 1970s, still in confrontation with the autocratic bourgeois regime. Currently, activism manifests itself in different ways, expanding to the country's corners, decentralizing from large urban centers and state capitals and marking its trajectory of struggles, building agendas with diverse demands related to citizenship, social rights, public policies and the combating homotransphobia, heterosexism and other forms of oppression and exploitation. Therefore, this work intends to analyze the emergence and performance of the LGBTI+ movement in the Sertão Potiguar from the perspective of the resistance and struggle of its/its founders. This research scenario is marked by a region with legacy of coronelismo/clientelismo, by the stigmas of drought, poverty and social vulnerabilities. Thus, the work aims to analyze, from an ethnographic perspective, the context of the emergence, performance, and relations produced by the collectives in this social fabric. The research outline was developed in the following steps, namely: the first step was the immersion in the everyday productions of the organized movement to understand the context of emergence, its operating dynamics, main guidelines, construction of agendas and actions; in the second stage, interviews were conducted using the thematic oral history tool with the founders of the movement to better detail how these life trajectories meet militancy in this geographic territory. It was noticed that the collectives emerged in the context of a conservative wave and the health crisis caused by the pandemic and were organized, at first, in an attempt to repair the historical violence to which transvestites and transsexuals were subjected, but were able to advance significantly in dialogue with the government and other social institutions in this territory of the Sertão Potiguar.

     

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  • JENAIR ALVES DA SILVA
  • Juvenicide and Access to Justice in the Northeast: Crossings of Race, Class, and Gender in the Narratives of Families of Victims of the State

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ENEDINA DO AMPARO ALVES
  • ADRIANA EIKO MATSUMOTO
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • VERONICA MARIA FERREIRA
  • Data: 29-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Lethal violence has been the main cause of death among young people in Brazil. People aged 15 to 29, black, poor, male, and from the Northeast, represent the majority of homicide victims in the country. After the death of these young men, the bereaved families, mostly made up of women and black people, are the ones who have to start dealing with the Criminal Justice System in the process of investigation, judgment, and accountability. Analyzing the crossings of class, race, and gender in the narratives and practices produced in the process of seeking access to justice, memory, and truth by the families of young victims of homicides and by the social movements that support them, was the objective of this work. The research was inspired by the Dialectical and Historical Materialism method, considering that people and their stories are central to the process of knowledge production, in addition to the fundamental intersectional analysis for understanding how social structures sustain and complexify reality. This study was divided into two main fronts: (1) collection and analysis of public data on homicides of young people in the Northeast and (2) analysis of the narratives of women, mothers/relatives of young victims of the State, about access to justice in the region North East. The narratives and practices of social movements that support the families of young homicide victims were considered in the case selection process and in understanding the reality, focusing on the states of Bahia, Ceará and Rio Grande do Norte. The results not only identify specific elements to achieve the objective of the research but also seek to provoke reflections on violence directed at Northeastern youth, as a manifestation of a system that intentionally perpetuates "juvenicide" in Brazil, using racism, capitalism, and gender oppression as pillars, mechanisms and tools of policies that promote death.

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  • CELINA ANGELIA DOS REIS
  • “FINDINGS FROM ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY, EYE-TRACKING, AND NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL PROFILE OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER”

  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLAUDIA BERLIM DE MELLO
  • FABRICIO LIMA BRASIL
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • NAYARA SILVA ARGOLLO VIEIRA
  • NELSON TORRO ALVES
  • Data: 30-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that emerges in early years, characterized by social and behavioral deficits, including stereotypies and specific interests. There are also cognitive weaknesses, such as intellectual and adaptive deficits, along with executive, attentional, and communication dysfunctions. Its pathophysiology remains inconclusive, and diagnosis is based on clinical history and careful observation. The incidence of ASD is high, increasing after revisions of diagnostic criteria and recognition of early intervention. Systematic 3 clinical assessments are crucial for diagnosis, and neuropsychological evaluations help grade impairment and map cognitive profiles, notably in executive functions, attention, language, theory of mind, and intellectual profile. This thesis aimed to assess the association of resources as a supplementary tool for ASD detection. The study included 34 children (17 with ASD and 17 without), aged 4 to 12, matched for age and gender (15 boys and 2 girls in each group). The ASD group was divided into three levels of support: I (7 children), II (6 children), and III (4 children), along with three levels of intellect: below average (8 children), average (6 children), and above average (3 children). Both groups were exposed to facial stimuli with happy, neutral, and angry expressions, with simultaneous recording of electroencephalogram (EEG) and eye-tracking. Data on distribution of brain waves by frequency bands obtained through quantitative EEG (qEEG) and the eye-tracking gaze profile were compared between groups, considering statistically significant differences (p < 0.05). Results revealed discrepancies in more than one parameter of visual tracking of human faces in children with ASD, varying depending on the presented face type. Notable differences were observed in the facial exploration sequence, the number of points traversed, total time, and initial fixation on the eye region, as well as eye movement speed. Among other differences, the ASD group exhibited lower attention, higher speed, and differences in eye movement sequencing when exploring the eye region. qEEG findings also highlighted a distinct pattern in the brain's electrical activity of children with ASD, depending on the presented face type. Slower rhythms were observed in anterior regions during happy faces, while faster rhythms occurred in anterior areas for neutral faces and posterior areas for faces expressing anger. The conclusion was that there are variations in eyetracking patterns and frequency bands of brain electrical activity in children with ASD when exposed to emotional stimuli. By integrating these findings with the neurocognitive clinical profile, eyetracking, and qEEG, it is possible to suggest a protocol for tracking and analyzing children with ASD. The use of combined tools to detect warning signs and confirm ASD diagnoses in less time tends to expedite early diagnosis and subsequent intervention implementation.

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  • DANIEL RANGEL CURVO
  • THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE POWER TO BE AFFECTED: SUBJECT AND FREEDOM FROM THE WORK IN THE OFFICE ON THE STREET - A VYGOTSKIAN VIEWPOINT

  • Líder : JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LAVINIA LOPES SALOMÃO MAGIOLINO
  • ANA LUIZA BUSTAMANTE SMOLKA
  • CÁSSIO ADRIANO BRAZ DE AQUINO
  • FLAVIO FERNANDES FONTES
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • Data: 30-ago-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This thesis seeks to understand about the relationships that are established between the affective life of professionals of the Office on the street (service of the Primary Care of the SUS focused on the care of the homeless population) and the characteristics of the related work activities. We will think of this relationship between activity and affection of these professionals as a privileged perspective to think about technical-operative and ethical-political aspects of these professionals of a Brazilian social policy. Being an exploratory research in Psychology, we ended up carrying out an important work of rescuing the Vygotskian methodological proposals and, what became another center of the research, the notions of Vygotskian subject and freedom through the Spinozan concept of power or potency of being affected. In this sense, we believe we have managed to organize some of his proposals and contribute to the restoration of developmental psychology by this revolutionary psychologist. It was with such a framework that, through a national questionnaire and two virtual meetings with people who have already worked in the Office on the street, we sought to provide elements about the affective, technical-operative and ethical-political life of these professionals. What seems possible to consider from what we have seen is that these professionals live an important process of dispute over the ways in which care should be exercised and that, given the forms of public management and employment bond, the professionals most committed to a care focused on freedom end up sicker or, as they say, "gagged." We perceive, in this sense, an important dispute between a knowledge that perceives the other in its entirety, respecting and learning from the difference, seeking a care beyond the curative aspect, but that can strengthen the population in street situation as a political subject. This perspective, which we approach to an expanded clinic, is opposed and suffocated by a more mechanistic and bureaucratized perspective, marked by an outpatient and curative clinic. Such a perspective, as we have seen, has come with more force in this service recently and has been, little by little, erasing the old history of the ways of working for a broader and more libertarian care.

18
  • RAFAEL FRANCISCO BRAZ
  • EMOTIONS, FEELINGS, EXPERIENCES AND NOVELS: ARTICULATIONS BETWEEN PSYCHOLOGY AND LITERATURE FROM THE MIDDLE AGES TO CONTEMPORARY TIMES

  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • SAULO SANTANA DE AGUIAR
  • CLARA MAYARA DE ALMEIDA VASCONCELOS
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • SUELI MEIRA LIEBIG
  • Data: 01-sep-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Long before Sigmund Freud developed psychoanalysis, many philosophers and writers had been discussed the topic of love. Their stories, legends, myths, sonnets, odes on this theme had choked the thoughts of these men who blossomed the desire of the lover to possess his object of desire: the beloved. When we observe the expression of love and in cultures, it appears that this feeling transcends time, immersed in historical, social and cultural contexts, disguises itself with elegance in each era and assumes different guises, but maintains the overwhelming force of providing experiences , which not even death holds them back. Therefore, the aim of this Thesis is to investigate how love was refracted in novels that has marked historical times, from the theoretical operators of emotions, feelings and experiences. Methodologically, the approach adopted in this research is of a qualitative nature, based on the Historical Materialist and Dialectic conceptions, under Historical-Cultural Psychology. Therefore, the study of this Thesis was developed from the plot between the philosophy of Spinoza (2017), Schopenhauer (2011) and Bauman (2004) referring to the issues of affections, the metaphysical relationship of love and the liquidity of the fragility of human bonds referring to the feeling of love; from Vygotsky's psychology (1998, 1999a, 1999b, 2004, 2007 and 2009), notably from the constructs of emotion and experience (perezhivanie); from the neurobiology of emotions and feelings according to the contributions by Damásio (2003, 2011, 2012, 2015 and 2018), Fisher (1995, 2010 and 2015) and Pinto (2017). The analysis shows us that when we develop studies that analyze and interpret the relationship between Psychology and Literature in line with the stories of eternal love, we understand the universe of the psyche that appears refracted by the imagination of an artist through the experiences of the characters, thus creating a profile of the own identity, delving into the pain, anxieties, phobias, traumas, interpersonal and historical-cultural relationships of each era. Therefore, we seek to understand ourselves and the things that we restrict in order to question the constraints of the human being, tracing, therefore, the new paradigm to face the ills of life, going against post-modern standards and the constraints of everyday life and their weaknesses in affective bonds in the way of loving.

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  • ANNA CAROLINA VIDAL MATOS
  • The dialectic of harm reduction as an ethical-political project for another societal project

  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • ANA KARENINA DE MELO ARRAES AMORIM
  • FABÍOLA XAVIER LEAL
  • CRISTINA MARIA BRITES
  • MARIA INES GANDOLFO CONCEIÇÃO
  • Data: 29-sep-2023


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This thesis is a theoretical essay and aims to analyze the praxis of Harm Reduction (HR) with regard to the possibilities for the construction of an emancipatory ethical-political project. We start from the conception that the “drug issue” can and should be seen as multifaceted throughout the human trajectory. Each situation, with regard to the way of socially approaching the issue, reflects transformations that are permeated by various nuances over time. Within the complex relationship of determinations that surround this phenomenon, we can see that, within the capitalist mode of production (CMP), drugs acquire the status of commodity, thus becoming a phenomenon that generates consequences in the context of modernity and, its structural elements and their ideology are strengthened through prohibitionist ideology. This ideology is so closely linked to the reproduction of the present social order that it can be identified even during governments that set out to express the interests of the working class and groups subjugated and oppressed by this order. HR is historically a strategic line of care construction and a theoretical-practical place to be disputed that is crossed by historical conjunctures. In turn, it is also possible to identify a process of theoretical emptying and an excess of pragmatism in many interpretations and actions about and with HR, which reminds us of the need for a critical theoretical approach. In this thesis, we start from Marxian social theory and the Marxist tradition as the basis for our reflections and analyses. However, we know that even this tradition has not historically had a univocal relationship in the debate on drugs. In this sense, we realize that, within the Marxist perspective, throughout its history, in several of its speeches and theoretical analyses, there was a departure from the theme, for various reasons such as, for example, superficial and simplistic interpretations of this determination of drugs, or even a moralism about the working class and its revolutionary horizons. The aim is to bring to discussion how HR practices, even with anti-prohibitionist and progressive ideas and conceptions, often remain linked to an expression of management control of the working class, ultimately expressing the interests of the dominant classes. Consequently, they end up joining the reproduction of the CMP. This does not deny the contributions that the HR debate and practices brought and still bring, especially to face an issue so permeated with ideology, prejudice and violence. However, a critical reading is essential to contribute to a more effective field that can reveal the root of the “drug issue” as a contemporary problem. In short, the thesis defended here is that HR can and should be an instrument for analyzing and transforming social relations and, to this end, it is necessary that we can dialogue with the trajectory developed so far, but also that it can express itself as an ethical-political project affiliated with the project of radical transformation of reality. In other words, under penalty of being absorbed by the very structure it aims to combat, the agenda of a RD, in addition to being anti-prohibitionist, needs to be anti-capitalist.

2022
Disertaciones
1
  • DANIEL CORCINO FONSECA MIRANDA
  • Culture, territory and citizenship: a study on cultural policies in Natal

  • Líder : RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GIULIANA D'EL REI DE SÁ KAUARK
  • GUSTAVO MARTINELI MASSOLA
  • RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • Data: 21-jun-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This study investigates cultural policies in Natal from the perspective of cultural citizenship and its spatial distribution, considering its impact on people-environment relations in the city&#39;s territories. A discussion is undertaken based on the historical panorama of socio-spatial inequalities in Brazil, in line with the conceptualization of space, territory and citizenship of the geographer Milton Santos, cultural citizenship of the philosopher Marilena Chauí and appropriation of space of Environmental Psychology. Thus cultural policies are a concrete example of how the State can act to expand (or discourage) citizenship materialized in territories, helping (or not) to encourage community appropriation through cultural and artistic equipment and expressions. Specifically, Natal is characterized by notable differences between its administrative zones in terms of socioeconomic conditions and provision of public spaces for leisure and culture. However the local studies on cultural policies do not discuss the issue of equal territorial distribution of cultural projects. A documentary research investigated and mapped 6 public selections between 2016-2019 and the maps indicated cultural projects’ concentration in the historic center (notably Cidade Alta) and south neighborhoods. So the spatialization of cultural policies reasserts historical socio-spatial inequalities of Natal. In the second methodological stage a expert panel integrated semi-structured interviews with 11 cultural agents. The thematic analysis points to the urgency of mapping the cultural practices and networks that already exist in Natal. This will assist the requalification and updating of cultural policies and the training of cultural agents in order to develop cultural citizenship through actions of appropriation of cultural environments.

2
  • LORENA SILVA MARQUES
  • WAYS OF LIFE OF THE HOMELESS POPULATION: DISPUTES AND RUPTURES IN THE EVERYDAY LIFE OF THE CITY, IN PETROLINA-PE

  • Líder : MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA KARENINA DE MELO ARRAES AMORIM
  • ANTÔNIO VLADIMIR FÉLIX DA SILVA
  • MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • Data: 08-jul-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In this study, we propose to reflect on the occupation of city space by the homeless population, discussing this phenomenon beyond the place of need and deprivation. The possibility of reinventing physical and existential territories that the homeless population announces is considered, by displacing the identity constructions instituted in the relationships that dictate the universe of work and home. The research was carried out in the city of Petrolina/PE and took shape from the general objective of investigating the ways in which the street population reinvents itself and the territory in the space of the city. Its specific objectives were: 1 - To characterize the ways of life of the homeless in their daily lives in the city; 2 - Discuss the relationships established between the homeless population and the city space in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic; 3 - Know the relationship of the homeless population with the devices of the health network and other networks; 4 - Map knowledge and resistance practices woven by the homeless population in relation to the territory. For this, we approach ethnography and cartography as methods, using participant observation/observer participation by monitoring the activities of Consultório na Rua, for approximately six months, from July to December 2020, composing the from this, field diaries used for the weaving of the analyzes that unfolded from this experience. From these reflections, 3 analytical axes were constructed in which theory and field intersect, bringing experiences lived in the territory, being these 1- Street Population and the normatization of the city space, 2- Street population and daily life: disputes and ruptures in a city in the northeastern hinterland, 3 - Public policies and reinventions of care in the city: networks and daily life of the Street Population in Petrolina-PE. We know, therefore, how the city influences the conformation of the homeless population and its ordering in a city in the Pernambuco hinterland, while reflecting on how the homeless population also produces the city, through the subversion of standardized meanings, from of inventions that populate everyday life and that seek to meet the needs and desires of this audience. It was also reflected on the practices of public policies aimed at the homeless in Petrolina, discussing possibilities that these are not reduced to the structuring of services as control devices.

3
  • IASMIN SHARMAYNE GOMES BEZERRA
  • FEMINILIDADES SERTANEJAS AND MEDICALIZED LIVES: WRITINGS OF THEMSELVES AND WOMEN'S NARRATIVES IN THE BACKLANDS SERIDOENSE

  • Líder : ANA KARENINA DE MELO ARRAES AMORIM
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA KARENINA DE MELO ARRAES AMORIM
  • CANDIDA MARIA BEZERRA DANTAS
  • MARILIA SILVEIRA
  • Data: 15-jul-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • With this research, I question the production of psychic suffering of women from the northeastern, backlands and how their bodies relate to the medicalization of life, from the creation of an autonomous medication management group - GAM, which was called GAM-Mulheres. I identify the universal subject of some feminisms, centered on Eurocentric, white, intellectualized and heterosexual women, as insufficient and limiting to understand the social and political condition of northeastern sertaneja women. Thus, I develop the idea of what I call sertaneja femininities, to situate the ways of living of these women in the sertanejo context of Serido. I perceive the medicalization of women as an effect of coloniality in Brazilian society, showing that medical-psychiatric knowledge has a great legacy of appropriation of their bodies in the face of the signs of madness, reflected on the inheritance of colonial traumas/wounds in their lives (Kilomba, 2019, Fanon, 2020). Based on questions such as these, I aim to discuss the modes of subjectivation of country women in psychological distress and medicalized, in the city of Currais Novos - RN. As specific objectives, I intend to: (a) identify the effects, meanings and perceptions of medicalization in the lives of women in a city in the northeastern hinterland; (b) discuss how issues of race, class, gender and territory make up the psychological suffering of women in the countryside; (c) discuss the experience of country women with affective and sexual work, such as maternal and domestic work, and (d) identify how these experiences relate to their psychological suffering. This study is constituted as a cartography woven through women's narratives. I defend the embodied and incarnated writing of women as a way of overcoming the academicism sustained by the writing of white, elitist and Eurocentric men, in an attempt to affirm a scientific knowledge that is based on ethics and the experience of historically situated knowledge. (Haraway, 2009; Collins, 2019). The participants in this cartography were women of different races, classes, generations, sexualities and different territories of the city in which the experience took place. Some women are black, but most are fair-skinned. They work as maids, caregivers for the elderly, cooks, general service assistants, researchers, local businesswomen. They are mothers, widows, divorced, living in monogamous heterosexual relationships or are single, identifying as heterosexual and as bisexual. The analysis of the women's self-narratives was concluded, based on the methodological proposal of Butler (2015) and Rago (2013), built through cartographic diaries and audio recordings, which remained as archives of the meetings of the GAM-Mulheres group. The analyzed results discuss: 1) who are the medicalized women in the backlands; 2) the biopolitical effects of psychotropic drug use on women's bodies and lives; 3) how experiences with domestic work, the maternal role and marriage, based on colonial, patriarchal and sexist values, contribute to the process of psychological suffering of these women.

4
  • YURI FREIRE DE ALMEIDA
  • Bus drivers work: precariousness, ideologies and struggle

  • Líder : FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA PATRICIA DIAS SALES
  • CÁSSIO ADRIANO BRAZ DE AQUINO
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • Data: 21-jul-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research investigates the role of ideologies in the processes of resistance against the precariousness of work undertaken by bus drivers in Natal/RN. From a Marxist theoretical-referential framework and based on historical-cultural psychology, this research seeks to understand more than the precariousness of work, it seeks, more specifically, to understand the way in which workers fight and resist this phenomenon. Bus drivers have undergone a gradual process of transformation of their working conditions since the early 2000s, when the electronic ticketing system was adopted in Brazil. Such a system allows the automation of the bus collector activity, which resulted in mass dismissal of these professionals and in the accumulation of tasks by the drivers. This process, which was predominantly gradual, underwent a major radicalization during the pandemic crisis related to the new coronavirus, from the year 2020. However, workers from all over Brazil and, more specifically, from Natal, mobilized to resist. Within this context, using semi-structured interviews, 11 bus drivers were interlocutors in this research. Based on the meanings expressed in these interviews, it was possible to identify which ideologies guided the subjects' actions against precariousness. The ideologies identified were three: ideology of classical labor; ideology of collective struggle; and salvationist ideology. What can be concluded from these ideologies is that workers have a critical view of precariousness and perceive the need for changes. These changes, however, are seen as the responsibility of third parties, even though workers also take unmotivated and suspicious direct attitudes.

5
  • MARIA VANESSA MORAIS DA SILVA
  • Beyond the rainbow: attempted suicide among the LGBTI+ population, a phenomenological-hermeneutic understanding

  • Líder : ANA KARINA SILVA AZEVEDO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA KARINA SILVA AZEVEDO
  • ELZA MARIA DO SOCORRO DUTRA
  • JOANNELIESE DE LUCAS FREITAS
  • Data: 22-jul-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Suicide rates around the world differ based on cultural, regional and sociodemographic aspects, as well as the way these deaths are recorded and the extreme underreporting. Despite its high rates, suicide is still seen as taboo, and for some groups it is also an invisible phenomenon. The World Health Organization identifies some groups most vulnerable to the risk of suicide. The LGBTI+ population (Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, Transvestites, Transsexuals, Intersex) has been identified as being more prone to suicidal ideation and attempts than their heterosexual peers. This fact is associated with different factors such as prejudice, discrimination, violence and social stigma. This research aims to reflect and understand the experience of LGBTI+ people who have attempted suicide, from a phenomenological-hermeneutic perspective guided by the Heideggerian ontology. Two people who attempted suicide were interviewed, a lesbian woman and a gay man. The analysis of the narrative interviews was based on the understanding and interpretation of the participants' experiences and the researcher's affectations, having as inspiration the Heideggerian hermeneutic circle. The results of this study show the meanings of wanting to die for LGBTI+ people. In this direction, the interpretations of the narratives demonstrate experiences of suffering, fear, misunderstanding, violence, escape from oneself, oppression, a life without place, an existence without belonging and killing oneself as a possibility of no longer living in this world. We reflect on our historical horizon and what it is like to inhabit for this population, as well as the daily resistance to remain in existence. It is hoped that the research results can contribute to broaden the discussion on mental health and suicide of the LGBTI+ population and shed light on the problems experienced by this population in Brazilian society, also collaborating to think, tension and build affirmative public policies.

6
  • BEATRIZ PINHEIRO DE MELO
  • The meanings of work for adolescents exploited by drug trafficking

  • Líder : FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MARIA DE FÁTIMA PEREIRA ALBERTO
  • Data: 27-jul-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Understood as global reality, child labor exploitation shows a fact that accompanies the development of societies and the historical world of work, not being childish by the current stage of capitalism that benefits from that workforce for its constant reproduction. In this scenario, drug trafficking configures a space of constant work place for children and adolescents, employed in the sale, transport and even production of drugs that supply the national and world market. The objective of this research is to analyze the meanings of work for adolescents, in socio-educational measures, exploiters for drug trafficking. For this, was used semi-structured interviews, later transcribed in full, with 9 adolescents in socio-educational measures with some history related to drug trafficking. Data analysis was performed using the method of “meaning cores”. Four cores were built: 1. Traffic as work: Contradictions of being a worker; 2. “Sex, drugs and violence”: child labor, adultization and consumerism; 3. Violence as a mediator of conflicts at work and outside of it; 4. The desire to leave (or not) drug trafficking and future plans: Working for money vs. working for pleasure. In a context of denial of rights, positive attributes are built in the consciousness of young people even being fought by the capitalist state. At the same time that trafficking is fought by society, it contributes enormously to the reproduction of capital, even if the State seeks to eliminate it. And this attempt by the system also arrives in a contradictory way in the conscience of these young people, who are involved in the trafficking for survive, but it also can leaves than to death.

7
  • CÁSSIO CLAYTON MARTINS ANDRADE
  • LIFE PROJECTS OF YOUNG RURAL IFRN STUDENTS

  • Líder : JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • FERNANDA FERNANDES GURGEL
  • MARCELO MOREIRA CEZAR
  • Data: 29-jul-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This work deals with the life projects of young people from rural communities who study at the Federal Institute of Rio Grande do Norte (IFRN) and the possible determinants that influence the construction of these projects. For this purpose, we used the concepts of youth and rural youth, from five different points like age group; generation; current period of life, culture and social representation, and the concept of life projects, considered a set of idealizations of what they want to accomplish in the future. They were asked to take photographs according to some guidelines such as “self-portrait”, “where I live”, “life projects” and “IFRN” so further be debated in virtual discussion groups. The data were analyzed from the perspective of discursive practices and indicated that the young participants position themselves as multifaceted, with stimulating and limiting characteristics that cross all areas of their lives, such as the construction of their life projects. The rural environment presents itself as a place that does not meet the academic requirements for carrying out personal plans, but which, by developing a relationship of belonging, it’s now considered as part of their life projects. The IFRN is understood as a life changing opportunity, because of the range of factors that it presents as possible activities and reflections, stimulating the subjectivities of each student.

8
  • MANUELLA BILA DE MELO
  • Phenomenological-Existential Understandings about the Experience of Suicide in Childhood: “and does it Exist?”

  • Líder : ANA KARINA SILVA AZEVEDO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA KARINA SILVA AZEVEDO
  • SYMONE FERNANDES DE MELO
  • MARIA JÚLIA KOVÁCS
  • Data: 19-ago-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Childhood suicide is an invisible phenomenon and crossed by several taboos, among the misthe my thof a happy childhood that believes that this phase of life is marked only by joys, dreams and lightness, free from pain and suffering. Thus, this article, theres ultof a master's thes is, aim stounder stand the experience of child suicide from the narratives of children who expressed suicidal idea tionor attempts. Methodologically, this research is anchored in Heidegger´s Hermeneutical Circle as interpretetive possibility. In this work, we will present excerpts from the meetings that took place with two participating children, who brought in their speeches unveilings of stories that brought loneliness as a mark of a time and narratives crossed by violence and conflicts, in the face of the inhospitableness of a world where existence became burden and death presenteditself in the web of meanings as a way to deal with suffering.

9
  • DÉBORA CRISTINA GUERRA DE ARAÚJO VALE
  • Experience of being a child with ADHD: Hermeneutic-Heideggerian understanding.

  • Líder : ANA KARINA SILVA AZEVEDO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA KARINA SILVA AZEVEDO
  • SYMONE FERNANDES DE MELO
  • ANA MARIA MONTE COELHO FROTA
  • Data: 26-ago-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The theme of inattentive children has emerged since the 20th century, and, although a biological cause has not been discovered, they are still diagnosed as a deficit because they do not correspond to a certain model of school performance, and the care provided aims to cure or improve ADHD. However, supporting this understanding, phenomenology emerges as another possibility to understand what attention would be. This concept would be, in the Heideggerian perspective, a way for Dasein to be in the truth, an existential temporality of being-there, as possibilities of inhabiting its historical horizon. Thus, he would linger in a proper or improper way, attentive or dispersed from himself. How is the experience of living as a child from a place that was determined by the diagnosis? If attention is a global aspect of ADHD, how do they perceive themselves as being charged for something that “lacks” them? To approach the lived experience, we structured our research in four meetings: two meetings with the participants and two with their parents. We used the phenomenological method, inspired by the Heideggerian hermeneutics, and we approached the participants through the playful game hour with the expressive resource of the sandbox. Playing is a prerogative of Dasein as a child, and as an invitation to play time, we use the sandbox from a phenomenological perspective. This path fostered dialogues about her diagnosis, with the creation of scenarios and expression of her being a child with ADHD. As for the interpretation, it was made by the transcript in the affectation diary, and to interpret it we were inspired by the Heideggerian circle, which reveals the way we are understanding, and which, for the research, was adapted by Azevedo (2013), Maux ( 2014). Thus, two children aged 7 and 9 years diagnosed and undergoing treatment for ADHD participated in this study, whose worlds appear through interdiction and games with excessive rules by their caregivers. Their life projects are crossed by the understanding of their caregivers in a substitutive and impersonal way. It was understood that their existences were revealed from a being-child-with-ADHD-in-treatment. We think that, as long as the sense of being is merely given, the madness of psychic suffering in these children will be biologizing representations, forgetting the original phenomenon of the sense of Dasein's being-there in these children.

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  • DANIELE VITORIA LIMA DA SILVA
  • BETWEEN THE HOUSE AND THE STREET: THE DAILY LIFE OF UNIVERSITY MIGRANTS IN PANDEMIC TIMES 

  • Líder : MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • ROBERTA CARVALHO ROMAGNOLI
  • Data: 26-ago-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This work is fruit of my deterritorialization, reterritorialization and territorialization as migrant person. My implication is born on my first migration, the first one of two more that follows, and flows the wish to research the ephemeral daily life of the city, taking migrant college students as target public, like myself, which came to Natal/RN. Considering the migration while a process which redefine territory relations of a person with her dwelling space, composing new existential and material territory, this research aims to know the COVID-19’s impact on daily life of migrant college students by having as specifics objectives: portray the migrant college student’s daily lives at home and in the streets; and know which coping ways are being used by to deal with the pandemic daily. For that, the chosen methods were the cartography and the virtual ethnography. The research co-producers’ experiences are presented by their co-produced photographs and narratives, integrating the fotoescrevivência as methodology. Therefore, some analytics categories were followed, they are: Migration; relation with Natal city; Relation with university; by having as transversal theme the new COVID-19’s pandemic. As results, it was noticed that deterritorialization and territorialization are unstoppable to comprehend the people’s space and existential mobility. The molecular and scape line’s tracing was essential for these migrant people could reterritorialize and, specially, to resist crisis and pandemic times.

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  • MARIA ISABEL MEDEIROS MARIZ
  • Return migration: a study on migrant people and their multiple territories

  • Líder : RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA PAULA SOARES DA SILVA
  • LEONARDO VICTOR DE SÁ PINHEIRO
  • RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • Data: 29-ago-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The objective of this study was to investigate the process of return migration, in the Brazilian context, in order to know what are the implications of this psychosocial-environmental process in the experience of the migrant person. Migration is a social, emotional, political and historical event. The population tends to migrate to territories where the economy has great attractive power. An example of this is the flow from small towns, with a context close to ruralities, towards large cities, where there is a high concentration of goods and services. For this purpose, the study used a qualitative approach. The collection of environmental data in person, through semi-structured interviews, based on the autobiography of people's lives, focusing on people's life stories. The group of participants was chosen based on the following people: people who live in a small city, over 30 years old, who lived in other regions of the country, other than the Northeast, for at least 1 year. In all, 9 interviews were carried out, and the group of participants is composed of 5 and 4 women, aged between 35 and 68 years. Data were analyzed inductively, based on Grounded Theory. Thus, the initial statements were initially carried out, according to the purpose of the study, and later, the initial classification and specialized data were carried out. The results show that the main search for motivation to study the city of origin is what makes this a job category. The other relatives of the return vary between violence, basic services, conflicts, among others. They also show the relationship of the relationship between and the greetings. The flow of people interviewed was migratory in different decades each, which adds specificities to an experience.

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  • ANA CLARA DANTAS DOS SANTOS
  • THE EXPERIENCE OF SOLO MATERNITY FOR WOMEN USING THE REFERENCE CENTER IN SOCIAL ASSISTANCE

  • Líder : CANDIDA MARIA BEZERRA DANTAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CANDIDA MARIA BEZERRA DANTAS
  • SILVANA MARA DE MORAIS DOS SANTOS
  • TABITA AIJA SILVA MOREIRA
  • Data: 06-sep-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present work sought to understand how women users of a Social Assistance Reference Center experience solo motherhood. The study focused on single-parent families that, in the present work, are associated with the term single mother, given that this woman is the only responsible for parental roles, as well as for the home and maintenance of the family nucleus. It is important to highlight that they are families composed primarily of women, which can be explained from the social gender roles, which are delineated by the patriarchal heritage and the sexual division of labor in intersection with other social markers such as race and class, and that historically imposed the central role of women in household chores and child care. Considering this scenario, the general objective of this study was to understand the experience of being a single mother for women who use a Reference Center for Social Assistance in the city of Natal/Rio Grande do Norte. As specific objectives, we list: a) to analyze the life stories of these women and how the markers of gender, race, class, territory affect their experiences as single mothers; b) investigate the survival strategies produced in women's daily lives; The research was developed together with CRAS Ponta Negra, using semi-structured narrative interviews with four women who spoke about their life stories and experiences as single mothers. The data were analyzed by the perspective of the intersectional feminist perspective and four axes of analysis were listed: Work and income, family, motherhood and community relations. From our research, it was possible to identify that these women take care of their children alone, doing what is possible to be able to reconcile mothering activities with domestic activities and work, which are, in general, informal and precarious. In addition, they are women who depend on government benefits to be able to guarantee the monthly amount sufficient to support their home. The research also confirmed the unequal weight of maternity and paternity, since single mothers point out the father's omission in the financial provision and in the care part. Furthermore, the study highlighted the need to think about public policies that directly benefit the single mother through the generation of income and jobs, in addition to creating spaces for socializing care for children, such as day care centers.

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  • GABRIEL DE NASCIMENTO E SILVA
  • BASIC SCHOOLING IN EJA: TEACHING-LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT OF YOUNG AND ADULT WORKERS

  • Líder : HERCULANO RICARDO CAMPOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CÁRITA PORTILHO DE LIMA
  • HERCULANO RICARDO CAMPOS
  • MARIA DA APRESENTACAO BARRETO
  • Data: 06-sep-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Youth and Adult Education (EJA) is a peculiar type of basic schooling, aimed at those students who didn’t have access or conditions to continue their studies at the expected age, especially workers. The late return to school and the condition of student-worker demand new readings on the teaching-learning processes, because it occurs in a period of development where the work activities figure as more significant in the student's life, thus requiring special attention to the organization of the pedagogical activity. In this perspective, this research tried to reveal the contributions of the Cultural-Historical Psychology for the EJA field as well as to analyse the organisation of the pedagogical practices in this modality. The methodological strategies adopted were: integrative review of Brazilian dissertations and thesis that investigate the EJA in the light of the Cultural-Historical Psychology and the accomplishment of semi-structured interviews with three teachers acting in the modality of EJA. The analyses undertaken are based on the Cultural-Historical Psychology, in its Historical-Dialectical Materialist base, especially regarding the periodization of the human development and its implications to the teaching organization. We observed, with the review, the recentness of this discussion and disperse production. The themes approached were: senses and meanings attributed to schooling; teaching practices and pedagogical resources used; educational policies; and, development of the higher psychological functions. With the interviews, we evidenced the insufficient appropriation of the theories of development and adult learning, resulting from a teaching training that neglects the study about EJA, resulting in incoherent pedagogical practices. Thus, we conclude that the teaching-learning process in EJA mediated by study and work activities remains little explored and lacking propositions. We defend that the knowledge about the cultural-historical periodization logic of development, especially the understanding of work as the main activity in adulthood, may contribute to the planning and organization of the pedagogical activity in EJA.

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  • STERPHANY LIZE DA SILVA LIMA
  • THE STUDENT ASSISTANCE POLICY AT UFRN IN THE DISMANTLEMENT

  • Líder : HERCULANO RICARDO CAMPOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • HERCULANO RICARDO CAMPOS
  • MÔNICA RAFAELA DE ALMEIDA
  • Data: 08-sep-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Brazilian higher education is historically structured on the basis of unequal relations regarding the insertion and permanence of students, so that the elites are privileged to the detriment of the working class, which is a characteristic of capitalist sociability. The 2000s represented a favorable period for policies of expansion and inclusion at this level of education; the bear fruits of this period are the FIES, ProUni, REUNI, the Quota Law and the PNAES. This set of policies strengthened higher education in the country, and brought with it the diversification of the public that attended Brazilian higher education institutions. The institution's expansion and the reservation of places was not enough to fulfill the goal of democratizing this level of education, which led the government to invest in actions to support the permanence of students in universities. However, from 2016, this scenario of democratization began to suffer threats, being finally compromised with the enactment of the Constitutional Amendment 95/2016, which limits public expenditure on education and health until the year of 2036, in a way that compromises the transfer of funds from PNAES to institutions. This study aimed to reveal the configuration of student assistance in the context of dismantlement for undergraduate students at UFRN. For this purpose, we started with the method of historical-cultural psychology, which guided the execution of the entire research process. First, we carried out a survey about the history of Brazilian higher education; we searched institutional information from UFRN; we dedicated ourselves to a field observation and, finally, we applied an online questionnaire to the institution's undergraduate students that were able to be assisted by the PNAES. In the first part of this work, we discussed categories and important concepts to situate our position on the studied theme; then we detailed the research method and methodology; at last, we presented the results and discussion. The results indicates the importance of student assistance as a resource for the permanence of students at UFRN, although it is not enough to supply their needs; it was also possible to observe that there is uncertainty among students regarding the continuity of the assistance offered in this context of dismantlement of educational policies; in addition, the students revealed that this insecurity comes from the cuts in funds combined with the management of the PNAES in the institution. Other noteworthy results refer to the importance of student assistance during the pandemic and the academic performance of students.

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  • MARIA EMANUELLY RODRIGUES MARTINS
  • BODIES-WRITING OF BLACK WOMEN AND THE RELATIONSHIP WITH THE TERRITORIES THEY INHABIT

  • Líder : RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • TATIANA MINCHONI
  • TAYANE ROGERIA LINO
  • Data: 16-sep-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The territory is an active element that reflects the developed and structuring dynamics of society. Thus, the use, occupation and appropriation of the territory takes place in a differentiated way by the bodies that inhabit it. Hence, this work aims to investigate the relationship that black women living in urban areas establish with the territories they inhabit through their written productions. A discussion was carried out on how different is space appropriation by female and black bodies. This debate was substantiated by the Lélia Gonzalez concepts of racial division of place, Milton Santos’ discussion on social class spatial segregation, and the importance of the race marker in this relationship between body, identity and territory brought by Beatriz Nascimento. As well, the importance of virtual territories was explained, given the pandemic context in which this work has been developed. In addition, a discussion was built on the role of writing in the lives of black women and how their writing is always permeated by a place. In the methodological stage, semi-structured virtual interviews were carried out with the 9 selected participants. They are all black women writers living in urban areas. From the analyses, it was possible to verify the positive connection between participants and spaces. Such process was strongly influenced by race. However, they pointed to the need to contest the material conditions that are offered to effect this appropriation of space, which come from different spheres such as conditions of urban mobility and disinvestment in cultural policies. Both points were of fundamental importance for the participants. Thus, this work helps in the production of questions about what conditions are offered to black women so that they occupy cities in such a way that their bodies and life productions are seen, which directly affects the production of citizenship and their right to the city.

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  • WAMBERTO DA SILVA MEDEIROS
  • PLAYING CARE, DREAMING RESEARCH: A WALK WITH AUTONOMOUS MANAGEMENT OF MEDICATION AND HARM REDUCTION

  • Líder : MARIO FRANCIS PETRY LONDERO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIO FRANCIS PETRY LONDERO
  • ANA CAROLINA RIOS SIMONI
  • MICHELE DE FREITAS FARIA DE VASCONCELOS
  • Data: 16-sep-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research intends to map Self Care practices of drug users who share experiences among each other in a Psychological Care Center for alcohol and other drugs (Caps-ad), in a small city in the Brazilian state of Pernambuco. In this environment, where the researcher entered as a resident in Mental Health from the  University of Pernambuco (UPE), a group inspired by Autonomous Medication Management (AMM) was held between May and November of 2019. The experience was registered in field diaries, with both the events from the group’s meetings and their reverberations in other spaces of the Center and the city, in addition to the researcher’s dreams, which allowed other perspectives of the field. The dreams taken as an event, a method of knowledge, and thought as a political means, enabled the development of the research. They were placed, side by side, with what was lived in the “awake study field”, becoming elements of such importance that there was a point in which certain ideas of this work were literally dreamed. In order to update the experience and analyze its echoes, we returned to the Center and carried out cartographic interviews with the people from the group, in December, 2021. The field diaries, “dream diaries”, and interviews served as resources for the composition of narratives that unfold into analyzing themes, which we intend to discuss, namely: Deinstitutionalization processes; Drugs-Medicine links – Autonomous Medication Management and Harm Reduction; Self care and care for others in the research, and AMM. It is concluded that the Autonomous Management of Medication, when aligned with the ethical-political arrow of Harm Education, presents strong means to produce resistance in the face of the medicalization processes of the lives of those who consume drugs, expanding and legitimizing knowledge, with effects of autonomy and increase in Self Care.

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  • CLARA SHAYANA REGIS RAULINO
  • Body, Gestate, Giving Birth: about maternal survivals and experiences

  • Líder : MARIO FRANCIS PETRY LONDERO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA SUY SESARINO KUSS
  • KARYNNA MAGALHÃES BARROS DA NOBREGA
  • MARIO FRANCIS PETRY LONDERO
  • Data: 29-sep-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Motherhood hovers over historically constructed discourses, by different knowledge that permeate the social bond, in which, despite significant advances in the achievement of women's and mothers' rights, normative ideals, sometimes violent, are still imposed, not respecting the uniqueness of each one. to build your own maternal path. Awakened by what surrounds the issues, in the face of listening in the analytical setting which I exercise, I followed for nine months a collective prenatal group which sought to deconstruct the imposed ideals, sharing unique experiences and what they could come to do with meeting for the production of each maternity ward.In addition, guided by listening within the office, as well as cultural productions on reports, films, documentaries, music, I sought, guided by psychoanalysis, to listen to women-mothers about their experiences, and thus, to displace a suffering that seems constant between them, for possibilities of inscription as a mother, which will be particular to each one. In the chapters, I made considerations about this body between the feminine and the masculine, the control, the feminine in psychoanalysis; I also write about childbirth, the past that resonates in the marks of obstetric violence today, childbirth as an event. Then, I report on becoming a mother, the pandemic period that was concomitant to this research, and the inscription of a place as a mother.The women-mothers I had contact with reported suffering in control, whether in bodies, in childbirth, in naming while wanting or not wanting motherhood, that is, in their desire. However, spaces such as the group, the clinic, denouncement-writings such as this work, are making holes in the imposed ideals, in the lives of women and their subjective inscriptions.

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  • FRANCIELE ALVES DOS SANTOS
  • TRAILING “PATHS BACK”: WHAT YOU LEARN WHEN WALKING ON THE FRONTIER

  • Líder : CANDIDA MARIA BEZERRA DANTAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CANDIDA MARIA BEZERRA DANTAS
  • MARIA DA GRAÇA SILVEIRA GOMES DA COSTA
  • FERNANDA VIEIRA DE SANT'ANNA
  • Data: 27-oct-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The denial of our ancestry by colonization is a wound that few of us have accessed the right to care for. Centuries ago, local historiography determined the disappearance of the Potiguar indigenous, which reflects the genocide of the native peoples of Rio Grande do Norte. In view of this and other clues for the research, I approached the Guayumi Potyguara indigenous woman and her experience of ethnic recovery, proposing as a general objective: To understand the process of self-recognition of an indigenous woman and her relationship with her life experiences. And, as specific objectives: a) to rescue with the interlocutor her life story, thinking about her body-territory in the process of self-recognition as an indigenous woman; and, b) analyze her process of constitution as an indigenous woman and the effects on her life, on gender relations in the family and community spheres. We bet on the hybridization of other methodologies with the ethical-political perspective of decoloniality, this is not just a concept or a definition, but a life option, defined by action and engagement. We use the following tools: field diaries; narrative interviews; tour of the collection of photographic memories and productions of this woman; and, my writings. We seek to weave political narratives that encompass the dimensions of her self-recognition process, her body-territory and the effects on her experience as an indigenous woman. The narratives were initially written by me, but read and modified after reading Guayumi, building a methodology in the form of a circle, referring to the daily indigenous formations that organize both spaces, towers, decision-making spaces, even their cosmovisions. The question of indigenous identity is complex, since it deals with subjective as well as collective processes. However, we can see that contrary to what we have given by identity as something that is static, typical of modernity, the identity for is very one more flow, movement and transformation.. After all, we are all part of this living organism that is the earth, we are this body-territory.

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  • HIGOR GONÇALVES DE MELO
  • SEXUAL DIVERSITY AND URBAN EXPERIENCES: A STUDY IN THE CITY OF NATAL/RN

  • Líder : CANDIDA MARIA BEZERRA DANTAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JULIANA PERUCCHI
  • CANDIDA MARIA BEZERRA DANTAS
  • TADEU MATTOS FARIAS
  • Data: 03-nov-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • We, from the LGBTQIAPN+ community, go through many types of violence and death during our life experience, and very often, even before we get to recognize our sexuality. Whether it is at home, school, place of work or on the streets, we are frequent victim of LBTQIAPN+fobia and we need  to create strategies that promotes quality of life, freedom and mainly, make our cause visible and guarantee rights for our community. Considering the street as one of the most hostile places towards our lives, there is, therefore, a search and dispute for spaces in the city where there can be recognition with other people from the LGBTQIAPN+ community, socialization and also the creation of a sense of belonging, and that can become spaces of fight and political resistance. In this way, we ask: in what ways does the LGBTQIAPN+ community, historically made invisible, make possible the multiple expressions and gender performativities and sexuality within a given urban context? The main objective of this work is to analyze the experiences of LGBTQIAPN+ people in regard to the ways in which they (re)transform spaces in the city, making them possible for their multiple expressions of gender and sexuality. The specific objectives consist of: A) Exploring the socio-spatiality that involves the experience of LGBTQIAPN+ people in the creation, occupation, invention and maintenance of spaces in the city; and B) To analyze the performativity of LGBTQIAPN+ people in the spaces of the city in search of visibility, recognition and appreciation of their bodies. The data collection was realized by  a self-applied virtual questionnaire, widely disseminated on social midia, in which people from the LGBTQIAPN+ community, over 18 years of age and residents of Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, were invited to participate. The results show that, even with the diversity that exists inside the LGBTQIAPN+ community, our bodies share several feelings in regard to performing our gender identity and sexuality in the city, such as the search for spaces of sociability that are safe and that promote some welcoming to LGBTQIAPN+ bodies that inhabit the city, identification of elements that stand out in the occupied space so that people recognize it and be recognized within the community and specificities for rejection of certain spaces in the city, for example. The data also point out that the LGBTQIAPN+ socialization spaces were co-opted by the market logic and, therefore, where, before, they were supposed to be spaces of inclusion, given the marker of shared gender identity and sexuality, the spaces also become excluding because of factors such as race, social class, place of residence, among others that, when intersectionalized, operate on the possibility, or not, of access to city spaces. Finally, the results show that the LGBTQIAPN+ performativities carried out in the city can cause ruptures in the standard of the cisheteronormative norm and, in this way, make the city an effective place for all people, making the LGBTQIAPN+ perform transformative and, therefore, political. of and in urban space.

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  • MATEUS FELIPE OTAVIANO PEDRO
  • MASCULINITIES AND CAREGIVING PRACTICES IN TIMES OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

  • Líder : JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • ANA KARENINA DE MELO ARRAES AMORIM
  • JORGE LUIZ CARDOSO LYRA DA FONSECA
  • Data: 04-nov-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In faced with the COVID19 pandemic, scenario experienced around the world since the

    beginning of 2020 to 2022, we were needed from rearrangements, at work, in social

    relationships and familiar, to overcome the imposed difficulties for the life preservation, what

    we conventionally call social distancing to prevent the spread of the virus. Faced with the

    context of exposure of men to the virus to support the worker's place and the need to be at home

    for virus containment, a problematic environment arises that does conflict with the masculinity

    of man as a public, and it is necessary to be in a private place. Therefore, we aim to understand

    how Brazilian men dealt with care practices during the COVID-19 pandemic. Using discursive

    practices as a methodological framework, we analyze interviews with men participating in a

    free virtual therapeutic group. We conclude that in pandemic scenario, with the greater

    conviviality of these men with their families, the greater the problems of domestic spaces, such

    as conflicting and distressing situations, and greater thought about themselves and their

    relationship with the other were required…Spaces such as the therapeutic group and mental

    health care were marked as essential to help deal with this public-private change, highlighting

    the importance of spaces for listening and speaking for men, as spaces for care and resignification of masculinities and disinvestment of men-sexist and patriarchal practices.

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  • RAFAEL SILVA DOS SANTOS
  • The youth who dare to fight: the subjective meanings of the political participation of young people from the MST in the National Youth Collective.

  • Líder : JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • LEANDRO AMORIM ROSA
  • MARIA LAIS DOS SANTOS LEITE
  • Data: 08-nov-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The youth of the MST began to build an organizational instance in 2005 with the creation of the National Youth Collective through marches, meetings and seminars where the participation of youth was massive. The collective was constituted through the Brazilian and international rural social and union movements organized in Via Campesina. The rural contexts, constitute subjectivities expressed in the movement's struggle banners, explicit in the slogans "Youth who dare to fight, build popular power". We aim to analyse the subjective meanings of the political participation of young people active in the National Youth Collective of the MST, specifically: a) to identify the effects of political participation on the daily life of the youth of the collective; b) to understand the subjective meanings that young people from the National Youth Collective attribute to their political participation; and c) to describe the coping strategies employed in each space of action by the youth to face the challenges present in their sociocultural contexts. We sought to trace a methodological path anchored in the cultural-historical approach in interface with the Theory of Subjectivity of constructive-interpretative inspiration and Militant Research. Three young men and women aged 21, 23 and 27 participated in the research, two men and one woman, all black and indicated by national leaders of the collective. As instruments we used a sociodemographic form and the Photovoice technique, used as an autophotographic resource in which the participant observed her/his reality, interpreted it and articulated it in the form of a photograph as an answer to three questions: What led me to fight? What challenges do I face in my daily life? What is it like to be a young fighter in the MST? After the photos were sent, individual meetings were scheduled for conversations to explain the personal interpretations of each photograph, resulting in an open dialogic procedure that provided a hybrid conversation, based on new questions that emerged in the dialogue and also on a semi-structured guide of auxiliary questions. A categorical analysis was carried out to identify the relevance of the events reported for the subjective processes of the participants and the objectives of the study. Young people feel that political participation is not dissociated from the notion they have of themselves, they constitute themselves subjectively as militant youths, aggregating the principles and values constructed by the movement which make up their subjective meanings. The move to the encampments with the families, participation in meetings of the Little Landless, marches, meetings and contact with other people in the same situation were crucial for the development of their subjectivities. The daily life of youth is tied up with the dynamics of militancy, rural work, university and training promoted by the movement. They present challenges and internal contradictions, such as the difficulty in mobilizing the category and the rural exodus. At the same time, they consider that friendship and affective bonds may be powerful for the work of mobilizing the youth. The construction of subjective meanings about being young Sem Terra is focused on the practice of the tasks of the collective and of the movement as a whole, demonstrating that to be is to do. There is a perceptible feeling of "debt" to previous generations with regard to continuing their struggles. At the same time, young people build new paths for the movement from an active political participation in the diverse organizational instances. They believe that political participation in the National Youth Collective may favour personal development and be understood as a formative cycle that influences the life trajectories of its militants by providing experiences in the various spaces of political action of the MST.

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  • DEYSE CRISTINA VALENÇA GUEDES
  • THERAPEUTIC ITINERARIES IN SEARCH OF THE GOOD LIFE: MENTAL HEALTH IN THE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY "MENDONÇA DO AMARELÃO" (RN)

     

  • Líder : JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • ANA CAROLINA RIOS SIMONI
  • BRUNO SIMÕES GONÇALVES
  • Data: 29-nov-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present work assumes as objective to build interlocutions with the Potiguara Mendonça from the Amarelão Community (João Câmara/RN), aiming at understanding the therapeutic itineraries related to "mental health" that are produced among its inhabitants. To do so, this is a qualitative and exploratory study that is supported by decolonial studies, paying attention to the need to approach knowledge that has been invisibilized by colonialism. In this vein, we make use of an understanding of mental health that is based on the ethical-political principle of the good life - sumak kawsay in the Kíchwa, suma Qamaña in the Aymara - which raises the understanding of the human being as part of a broad community in which people not only relate to each other, but also to the elements of nature, the territory, and spirituality, in an interdependent relationship. From this reading, an indigenous "mental health" becomes possible through an alignment of the projects of good living of people and communities. The therapeutic itineraries, in turn, allow us to relate formal and informal care devices that follow in the paths of the subjects in dealing with health, in order to give visibility to the plurality of knowledge that access people and communities. We used as research tools a sociodemographic questionnaire, semi-structured interviews, and field diaries. Seven male and female residents of Amarelão (RN), over the age of 18 and recognized - by the community or by the territory's health agents - as people who are going through or have gone through situations that affect their mental health, participated in the study. The findings of the study show a non-insertion of the community in the SESAI, so that health care is established via SUS. We also noticed an incorporation of various fields of knowledge in the itineraries of the participants, who accessed devices such as ESF, psychiatric hospitals, and CAPS. At the same time, they report the incorporation of practices of community healers, as well as the use of the so-called "bush remedies", linked to the ancestral knowledge of the Mendonça people. The understandings of the good life produced give rise to a complementarity, reciprocity, and relationality that encompasses community bonds and relationships with the land woven by the participants. Far from a generalization that should be extended to the totality of the Mendonça people, the understandings that emerge here point to possible paths of well-living woven within Amarelão.

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  • RONILDO TEIXEIRA COUTINHO
  • Health Education and Permanent Health Education in Intellectual Disability: scientific production, training and intervention proposal

  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLAUDIA BERLIM DE MELLO
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • LAURA CAROLINA LEMOS ARAGÃO
  • Data: 29-nov-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Intellectual Disability (ID) is a Neurodevelopmental Disorder characterized by functional deficits in adaptive behavior and intelligence. Health Education (ES) and Permanent Health Education (EPS) are fundamental paradigms for understanding actions in the field of Public Health Policies in the country. The objective of the present research is to analyze ES and EPS as health care strategies for people with ID. The specific objectives are 1) to analyze the scientific production on Health Education for people with ID in the national scenario, 2) to analyze the insertion of the ID axis in the State Plans for Permanent Education in Health (PEEPS), 3) To map contributions from Neuropsychology, in terms of intervention, with the description of a service aimed at children and adolescents with ID and 4) Elaborate an intervention proposal for adolescents with ID. Methodology: The research is divided into three studies. The first is an integrative literature review with documental research, in which descriptive, old studies were identified, with low conceptual operationalization and few intervention proposals in the ES axis and low frequency of specific guidelines for ID with little budget forecast in the EPS axis. The second is a theoretical-descriptive study that identified as main therapeutic targets in Sensory-Motor Functioning, Language, Attention, Executive Functions and Socioemotional Functioning with emphasis on concrete activities and mediated by Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and as main actions of intervention to psychoeducation and interventions in support of Individualized Teaching Plans and Singular Therapeutic Projects. The third is an intervention proposal, developed from the multidimensional, biopsychosocial and hierarchical model of the ICF, built on the basis of intervention protocols and technical materials on ID and which was designed to contemplate as a therapeutic target the three axes of Adaptive Behavior, social, conceptual and practical skills, as well as the ICF Activity/Participation subcomponents.

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  • CLÁUDIO MIRANDA PAIVA PEREIRA PINTO
  • CROSS-CULTURAL ADAPTATION TO PORTUGUESE (BRAZIL) OF THE INSTRUMENT (CANHELP LITE) QUESTIONNAIRE FOR CAREGIVERS

  • Líder : EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ALESSANDRA DO NASCIMENTO CAVALCANTI
  • EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MARIA AURELINA MACHADO DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 29-nov-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Introduction: The care for patients and family members who face illness situations that put the patient at great risk has been gaining notoriety in view of the complexity involved in this event. The role of the caregiver, whether a family member or not, in this process has been increasingly evident. Assessing their satisfaction proved to be an important step towards understanding not only the impact of the phenomenon, but also allowing the assessment of the quality of care offered. An obstacle that permeates this theme is the lack of relevant works or instruments that can help in this evaluation in the Brazilian literature. Objective: The present study proposed, due to the scarcity of instruments in the Brazilian literature of instruments with similar proposals, to carry out the cross-cultural adaptation into Brazilian Portuguese of the Canadian Health Care Evaluation Project (CANHELP Lite) Caregiver Questionnaire, which has 23 items to assess the satisfaction of family members and/or caregivers of patients in palliative care. Methodology: A quantitative cross-sectional study, in which conceptual and item, semantic and operational equivalence was performed between the original instrument and the Brazilian version; and measurement equivalence. Results: There was a satisfactory conceptual and item equivalence between the original instrument and the back-translations. In the evaluation stage of measurement equivalence, 115 were evaluated using descriptive analysis, Person's test, Student's t test and ANOVA test. When analyzed using Cronbach's Alpha, a value above 0.80 of internal consistency was obtained for the (CANHELP Lite) items, a satisfactory index that encourages the use of the instrument produced in the next validation step. Conclusion: Despite the limitations that surrounded the study, the results obtained show a good reliability of the instrument.

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  • JONAS RAYFE VASCONCELOS DA SILVA
  • LISTENING TO THE DELUSION: DIALOGUES BETWEEN PSYCHOANALYSIS AND MENTAL HEALTH

  • Líder : MARIO FRANCIS PETRY LONDERO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIO FRANCIS PETRY LONDERO
  • MÁRCIO MARIATH BELLOC
  • ZAETH AGUIAR DO NASCIMENTO
  • Data: 02-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This is a study about the effects of listening to psychotic delusion for the construction of deinstitutionalization processes. Delusional speech provokes antagonistic reactions, both of strangeness in the face of the enigmatic dimension of language in psychoses, and of fascination in wanting to know how delusion is constituted for each subject and what can operate the one who listens to it. In the activity of listening to psychotic subjects, who are historically silenced as a treatment technique, I ask about what can happen when delusion is heard and what are the effects that are produced in the ways of caring. The question that underlies this research is: how can listening to psychotic subjects, in their so-called delusional speeches, dare to build processes of deinstitutionalization? In this perspective, we analyze the effects of listening to delusion as a singular truth of a subject. The research was based on the orientation of the psychoanalytic method. The field of research was the General Hospital Dr. João Machado, component of the Psychosocial Care Network of RN, which is historically known as a psychiatric institution, with attention to the mental health crisis and the possibility of hospitalization. I used the clinical-methodological device called listeningflânerie articulated with diaries of experiences in the problematic field and the clinical case construction tool. The focus of work with delusion was not to confront it, seeking a certain adaptation of the subject to the shared discourse, but to take into account its reconstructive force in psychotic stabilization, as well as the ability to form social bonds and weave paths that point out of the cloister. . In the work of deinstitutionalization, in its itinerancies through the territories, it was about delirious, daring to walk along the paths indicated by what was outside the furrows, outside the straight paths of the asylum reason. Therefore, the delirium was listened to delirious about a place in the world together with the subjects.

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  • DAYANA CRISTINA SALES DA SILVA
  • Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Family Literacy Environment in Public School Children

  • Líder : CINTIA ALVES SALGADO AZONI
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CINTIA ALVES SALGADO AZONI
  • DANIELLE FERREIRA GARCIA
  • Julia Beatriz Lopes Silva
  • Data: 02-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • the pandemic COVID -19 has made basic education in the public school system in Brazil
    even more difficult and has opened a chasm in literacy and reading practices in the population, both in
    the family and in school. low income. This is reflected in the fact that children did not have access to
    school activities at home even after two years of the pandemic. Distance learning, which was proposed
    during the isolation, could not reach all of them because the vulnerable children did not have access to
    a computer or smartphone and to the Internet. Although the time shared with the family may have
    increased with social isolation, the quality of this time used for family literacy cannot be guaranteed,
    since many of these parents do not even know how to provide such opportunities to their children. Based
    on this assumption, the present work uses as its theoretical foundation the historical-cultural
    neuropsychology postulated by Luria's works and Vygotsky's contributions to the study of language and
    its symbolic mediation. The general objective was to analyze the impact of the pandemic on family
    practices for learning to read and write among children between 6 and 11 years old in public schools.
    The methodology was based on a quantitative study with transversal sectioning conducted in schools of
    the urban public education network. The target population was 28 parents or guardians of children
    between 6 and 11 years old. The Brazilian version of the COVID-19 HELP questionnaire was used,
    which includes questions about family literacy practices. Results: The variable that analyzed the
    mother's occupational situation showed that part of the sample moved from full-time employment
    outside the home to unemployment, considering the region before and after COVID -19. The second
    significant item was "number of adult digital books", where there was a significant decrease in access to
    digital books by these parents and/or adult household members during the pandemic. Conclusion: It was
    found that the pandemic did not have a significant impact on family literacy practices, suggesting that
    while social isolation provided caregivers with more time with their children, the availability and quality
    of that time for literacy practices did not. Being a low-income population, this finding is a clear indication
    of the vulnerability of this population and shows the harsh reality of the country where a high percentage
    of the population is illiterate or lacks reading habits.

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  • MANUELLA FERNANDA MEDEIROS GUEDES
  • .

  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • JULIANO BECK SCOTT
  • Data: 12-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The purpose of this study was analyze the boundaries and potentialities of program to prevent violence against women developed on estadual educational instance of RN. Denominated “Programa Maria da Penha vai à Escola” (Maria da Penha goes to school program) (PROMAPE), which is from the law 10.330/2018, that aligned with Law Maria da Penha, has about the debate about gender equality and basic notion of LMP on education, in order to prevent violence against women. In RN, between 2011 and 2020, 1.050 women were killed in the State because of femicide, in other words, for lethal intentional violent conduct, which 83% of victims were between 15 and 49 years old and 76,2% were black women. These datas result from a society structurally patriarchal-racist-capitalist, that prints determinations of inequality, oppression and violences on women’s and younger’s life. Therefore, were selected specific purposes: a) character the program, b) investigate the implications of implementation and development at schools and c) problematize it contribution, next to scholars representatives envolved, that experienced the program interventions and next to coordinators whose developed. About method, were advanced 2 phases: documental and interviewing. Thus, were produced 9 interviews semi-structured and individuals, with PROMAPE coordinators and scholars representatives of target school of the program. The analysis of data is  supported on materialism historic-dialect, incorporated to a feminist Marxist perspective, that possibilities the critical analysis about social relations and denaturalization of several oppressions that women are submitted. The results are organized in categories grouped on three axes discussion: perceptions of violence against woman, expression of violence and the school, and the experience of the program of violence against woman prevention on the estadual network of education. The results demonstrate that violence against young girls and women is a phenomenon though education and the school, and reproduces on this context in many ways. Despite this expression, there is still a unfamiliarity about the role of education in front of the violence cases, as well as the protection network itself and treatment, and external procedures. It was verified that, despite the conservative context, discussions that envolves violence against woman as strategies of confrontation and prevention have already been carried out by schools before the PROMAPE intervention. On the other hand, the results indicate also, that still necessary improvements on the program, to enable effective prevention to violence, since still have limited reach and interventions. This way, it is understood that the program, although fundamental for the prevention of violence and for the consciousness process, can not effectively confront the violence, since do not achieve the bases of social structure patriarchal-racist-capitalist. It is concluded that PROMAPE, can be one possibility to prevent violence against woman, specially for it intervention being realized in the education field, however, presupposes structural modifications, reach and methodological proposal, to promote effective changes, without disregard it limitation intrinsic of answer to the complexity violence against woman.

Tesis
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  • IVAN FARIAS BARRETO
  • Alcoholization processes and psychosocial attention in an indigenous community of northeastern Brazil

  • Líder : MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • JAMES FERREIRA MOURA JUNIOR
  • JOAO PAULO SALES MACEDO
  • TELMO MOTA RONZANI
  • ZULMIRA AUREA CRUZ BOMFIM
  • Data: 01-feb-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The use of alcoholic beverages by Brazilian indigenous peoples is related to a series of historical, psychosocial and health factors that demand urgent measures to minimize related problems. In the state of Rio Grande do Norte (RN), no studies were found on this topic, indicating the existence of a gap, in which this work contributes to a better understanding of the issue. The main objective of the thesis is to analyze the processes of alcoholization and the organization of health care services in an indigenous community of RN. Therefore, were carried out three theoretical reviews that analyzed: 1) the construction of public health policies and the organization of psychosocial care services for Brazilian indigenous peoples; 2: alcoholization processes among indigenous peoples in Latin America; 3) the harmful use of alcoholic beverages by indigenous people in Brazil. In addition to these, a field research was undertaken based on semi-structured interviews with indigenous people and health professionals who work in the community. The results were presented in two chapters which indicate that alcohol intake has been perceived as a naturalized phenomenon and it is associated with several social and health problems. Furthermore, the lack of human resources and the insufficient infrastructure of the care network have hindered the organization of psychosocial care actions in the community, increasing the risks of worsening the mental health of the most vulnerable indigenous people.

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  • KÁTYA DE BRITO E SILVA FREIRE
  • THE SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTION OF PSYCHOLOGY ON RURAL CONTEXTS IN LATIN AMERICA

  • Líder : JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • CLARICE REGINA CATELAN FERREIRA
  • FERNANDO PABLO LANDINI
  • JOAO PAULO SALES MACEDO
  • Data: 23-feb-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Rural contexts constitute a new field of research in Latin American psychology. Thus, some challenges have permeated this approach, highlighting the theoretical gaps regarding the rural category. Therefore, the objective was to investigate how the scientific production of Psychology has been approaching rural contexts in Latin America, through an integrative literature review. Scientific articles were analyzed in the form of empirical studies on the subject written by Latin American psychologists. The searches were carried using the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyzes (PRISMA), using the term “Psychology” and the Boolean descriptor and for the terms, “rural area” and “rural population”, in Portuguese, English and Spanish, and in the following databases: PubMed, PsycINFO, Redalyc, Scielo, PEPSI and LILACS, which resulted in 89 articles. The main results demonstrate that the scientific production of Psychology in Latin America on rural contexts is recent and is still concentrated within some countries. In addition, there was a predominance of terms and expressions that define rural by the physical-geographical sense. It is noteworthy that there are few reflections on the rural category, with Social being the area that produce the most on the theme and reflect on this category. Despite some gaps, there was still an effort by Psychology to present the specificities of rural contexts, which can open an important space for analysis, discussion and proposition of contextualized practices. It is concluded that, so that Psychology can contribute effectively in the field of rural contexts, it isurgent to problematize the theoretical aspects about rural, understanding that it is a category of theoretical reflection and not just a place where research is carried out. It is necessary for Psychology to position itself clearly and show where and how it can contribute to the understanding and transformation of rural Latin American contexts.

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  • DEBORA SUNALY LEITE DA SILVA
  • HOSPITAL CLASS IN PEDIATRIC ONCOLOGY: ARTICULATING HEALTH AND EDUCATION FOR SOCIAL INCLUSION

  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CINTIA ALVES SALGADO AZONI
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • LAURA CAROLINA LEMOS ARAGÃO
  • PRISCILA MAGALHAES BARROS FELINTO
  • ROBERTA CERES ANTUNES MEDEIROS DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 24-feb-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • According to current legislation, education is a stony right guaranteed by the Federal Constitution of 1988, and the State&#39;s duties are its guarantee without any distinction. However, several circumstances can interfere with the school attendance of children/adolescents, and among them, situations resulting from illness and hospitalization stand out. However, for these children, the educational right remains and is now offered through the so-called Hospital Classes (CH). In the scenario of childhood illness, cancer emerges as one of the pathologies that most affect children and has a significant prevalence and consequences, mainly resulting from treatment, in their quality of life, with acute lymphoid leukemia (ALL) being the most common type of cancer. common in this population. In the last decade, studies point to the existence of significant neuropsychological deficits in children surviving ALL. In this context of attention to educational demands regarding the treatment conditions of this clinical group, the present research had the general objective of characterizing the policy of the hospital class in pediatric oncology in the state of Rio Grande do Norte, based on the presentation of four interdependent studies: (1) The policy of the hospital class in pediatric oncology in the state of RN: trajectory and profile; (2) Challenges and potential of the RN hospital class in the context of pediatric oncology: representations and experiences of teachers; (3) Conceptions about neuropsychology and its contributions in the practice of the pediatric oncology hospital class; and (4) Informative and practical booklet (Volumes 1 and 2) presenting the child with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) and its implications in the learning process. The research is characterized as an exploratory qualitative nature, carried out through the analysis of documents and individual semi-structured interviews with 9 professors of the pediatric oncology hospital class in the state of Rio Grande do Norte - RN. The results from the studies highlight the importance of the contributions of school neuropsychology to the practice of the educational team of CH in the context of pediatric oncology, considering that the specialized educational support for this clinical group also contributes as an intervention to possible educational difficulties that affect this population. These results are expected to contribute to the construction of new meanings for teaching practice in CH, impacting in terms of the quality of education offered to the clinical public of pediatric oncology and, consequently, on the quality of life of children and adolescents.

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  • MATEUS ESTEVAM MEDEIROS COSTA
  • Work activity and risks of illness in the Mobile Emergency Care Service (SAMU): contributions of the ergonomics of activity. 

  • Líder : JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • FLAVIO FERNANDES FONTES
  • MÁRIO CÉSAR FERREIRA
  • REGINA HELOISA MATTEI DE OLIVEIRA MACIEL
  • Data: 24-mar-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present study evaluated the work and the risks of illness of the Mobile Emergency Care Service (SAMU) before and during the Covid-19 pandemic in Brazil. It is configured as a literature review and quantitative theoretical-empirical study, based on the ergonomics of the activity. Thus, this thesis was structured in three articles - two literature reviews and a quantitative study. The first study aimed to characterize the scientific production on the ergonomics of Brazilian activity, focusing and systematizing the places where the studies were carried out, the constructs explored, the methods adopted and the main results found. The database consulted was Periódicos Capes, via the Comunidade Acadêmica Federada (CAFe) and after the inclusion and exclusion process, 42 articles were selected for the literature review. Generally, the studies are interventions of a qualitative nature, which took place in the Southeast and Midwest regions, the most studied professional category being teachers. The main means of dissemination are the journal Laboreal and the Revista Brasileira de Saúde Ocupacional. In the thematic synthesis of similarity, categories emerged that explore aspects related to work and health, quality of life, ergodisciplines and methodological devices in activity ergonomics, thus evidencing the diversity and, in parallel, the peculiarities of the ergonomics of the Brazilian activity. . In turn, the second literature review of this thesis (PROSPERO: CRD42019125250), aimed to analyze the scientific production on the work of SAMU. The databases consulted at first were SciELO, PePSIC and the CAPES Periodical. Then, the VHL that brings together the bases of BDENF was consulted; IBECS; Index-Psi; LILACS and MEDLINE. The descriptors used were SAMU and atenção pré-hospitalar (Emergency Medical Services) and Trabalho (Work). The sample of this review was 49 articles. The scientific production analyzed is characterized by investigating the relationship between health and work at SAMU, but still anchored in the hegemonic biomedical perspective. A good part of the studies was carried out in the northeast and southeast, and a good part was concentrated in the state of Minas Gerais. Most of the researches were published in the year 2017 and in nursing journals. These are descriptive and/or exploratory studies, which took nursing professionals as a sample, in which they investigated occupational stress through the application of questionnaires. In the thematic synthesis of similarity, four categories emerged: Nursing team work; Perception of the work process and power relations; Working conditions and risk of illness; and, Methods and intervention. In order to implement the components of the pre-hospital service of the SUS, it is necessary to enhance the integration and articulation that is so fragile between the SAMU and other health establishments. Mobile pre-hospital workers are constantly faced with the lack of materials and the insufficient number of ambulances, which compromises the quality of the service. Being, of fundamental importance, the elaboration of strategies and new protocols that come to match the reality of work. Finally, the third article evaluated the work context and the risks of illness at SAMU in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. The sample consisted of 169 workers, distributed among 16 Brazilian states. In which the Escala de Avaliação do Contexto de Trabalho, Escala de Custo Humano no Trabalho e Escala de Avaliação de Danos Relacionados ao Trabalho. The results found elude to critical to severe levels. Socio-professional relationships, working conditions and cognitive cost are the factors that most influence work. Thus, the results suggest immediate measures in the short and medium term, aimed at eliminating or reducing the risks of illness present in this work.

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  • WELISON DE LIMA SOUSA
  • PEOPLE LIVING IN THE STREETS, MULTILICITIES AND SINGULARITIES IN CARIRI CEARENSE

  • Líder : MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • VERONICA MARIA FERNANDES DE LIMA
  • CARLOS EDUARDO ESMERALDO FILHO
  • LÁZARO BATISTA DA FONSECA
  • Data: 13-may-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In this research, we seek to think about how a global phenomenon, the people living in the streets, is singularized in the region of Cariri, in the Brazilian state of Ceará. Our general goal is to analyze the singularities and multiplicities concerning the lifestyle of the people living in the streets, in Cariri, Ceará, and, especifically, to describe the historical elements that are present in the production of the people living in the streets, in this region and how they are maintained in a history of the present; to comprehend the lifestyle of the people living in the streets, of Cariri in the process of producing and being produced by the city; to identify the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the people living in the streets of Cariri. From the methodological point of view, we carried out an ethnographic orientation work, from which we made use of participant and itinerant observation, daily life conversations, and field diary records, which resulted in the construction of two axes of analysis: what is common in the Cariri people living in the streets and elsewhere, as workers, unemployed people, migrants, and drug users; what is unique about this population, typical of the region, which are the figures of the blessed, pilgrims, and remnants of the Casa de Santa Teresa Psychiatric Hospital. In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, we carried out a research with reports, in which we sought to outline the actions taken in relation to the people living in the streets that exist through their relationship with the city, in a double movement of producing it and being produced by it. As for the pandemic, we identified that many actions aimed at the people living in the streets were carried out by civil society; not by public policies. The State was negligent in its actions or in the way it performed them, but we had a solidarity network that produced other ways of taking care of this population.

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  • MARIA LAIS DOS SANTOS LEITE
  • PRODUCTION OF MEANINGS ABOUT PUBLIC POLICIES FOR FAMILY FARMERS FROM THE ARAJARA DISTRICT IN BARBALHA-CE

  • Líder : JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • MARIA DA GRAÇA SILVEIRA GOMES DA COSTA
  • VICTORIA RÉGIA ARRAIS DE PAIVA
  • SUELY SALGUEIRO CHACON
  • YLDRY SOUZA RAMOS QUEIROZ PESSOA
  • Data: 20-may-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In this work we approach the daily life, ways of life and the meanings produced by family farmers in relation to life in rural contexts, family farming and Public Policies for Family Agriculture (Políticas Públicas para Agricultura Familiar – PPAF) implemented in the Cariri region of Ceará. We established as a focus of the study the discursive production of family farmers in rural contexts and as a general objective: to understand the meanings produced by family farmers in relation to public policies for family farming implemented in the Cariri Region. We outline specific objectives: I. To analyze the discursive positions of the legislation related to family agriculture in Brazil; II. Investigate the conceptions of rural present in the investigated group; III. Characterize the main productive practices in family units; IV. Identify continuities and ruptures in the ways of life of family farmers. The research was developed in two axes. The first, from 2018 to 2020, is dedicated to the analysis of official documents related to family farming and public policies for the sector in Brazil using the analysis of documents in the public domain. The second, carried out throughout the doctoral period, and especially between 2020 and 2021, with the production of data in the field through observations and conversations in everyday life, and interviewing subjects who have dedicated their lives to family farming activities, to the leadership of their communities and that throughout this process they participated in PPAF aimed at the sector. The interviews took place in three rural communities that make up the Arajara District, in the municipality of Barbalha, in the Cariri Region of Ceará. As the main results of our analysis, we highlight the following lines of argument: 1. The name 'family agriculture' aims to aggregate actresses/actors from rural and urban contexts around a single term, bringing together different producers beyond agriculture; 2. The PPAFs implemented in Brazil act as catalysts for social change in rural contexts. 3. The discourses that circulate - and also feed back, among the residents, technicians and academics, the political observations and decisions, of which we highlight public policies - affect and update the daily lives and ways of life in rural contexts. The interlocutors registered in our discursive exchanges the centrality they attribute to work, the relevance of close relationships with the family and their communities and the symbolic value of agriculture. Regarding public policies, families regretfully highlighted the reduction in resources from programs such as the Food Acquisition Program (Programa de Aquisição de Alimento – PAA) and the National School Feeding Program (Programa Nacional de Alimentação Escolar – Pnae), which contribute to the food and nutritional security of beneficiaries of social assistance entities, education, and also provide opportunities for them to improve their income and working conditions. They position themselves positively in relation to the National Program for Strengthening Family Agriculture (Programa Nacional de Fortalecimento da Agricultura Familiar – Pronaf). Finally, we point out that the continuity of the credit granting program disconnected from other PPAF is insufficient for the valorization and maintenance of this social category.

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  • GABRIEL MIRANDA BRITO
  • IN THE SOCIO-EDUCATIONAL MEASURE OF INTERNATION: NOTES ON THE DEPRIVATION OF FREEDOM OF ADOLESCENTS IN BRAZIL

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CYNTHIA BISINOTO EVANGELISTA DE OLIVEIRA
  • GIOVANE ANTONIO SCHERER
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • NELSON GOMES DE SANT'ANA E SILVA JUNIOR
  • Data: 15-jun-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This thesis aims to analyze how the socio-educative measure of detention constitutes an instrument of criminalization, reduction of vulnerabilities, or reinforcement of a stigmatizing position. For this purpose, this work focuses on four contemporary questions related to teenagers institutionalized in juvenile detention houses. They are: the connection between the mechanisms of penal management of misery and the development of neoliberalism in Brazil; the relationship between adolescents undergoing socio-educative measures and criminal groups known as factions; the prohibitionist drug policy as a fundamental axis of the process of criminalization of poverty; and the limits and possibilities offered by the socio-educative deprivation of liberty measures, analyzing how they can contribute to the creation of tools that allow breaking the infraction trajectory. The main conclusions show that, in the first place, there is, in force in Brazil, a penal-necropolitical State of exception, that is, a state form characterized by the management of the refuse of the market society through penal mechanisms - in which deprivation of liberty is inserted – and by the direct and indirect production of death. Furthermore, it is observed that the advance of neoliberal ideology and the reorganization of the Brazilian right-wing in the period after the 2016 coup d&#39;État contributed to the intensification of punitive and genocidal technologies orchestrated by the State or developed with its endorsement. In this respect, one of the foundations of the penal-necropolitical State of exception is embodied in Law nº 11.343/2006, which operates as an ineffective instrument concerning its declared objectives - that is, to reduce consumption, trade, and circulation of substances. illegal – but effective in undeclared functions, such as serving as an instrument for the criminalization and summary execution of poor and black people, who occupy the most impoverished sectors of the Brazilian working class. As regards the relationship between adolescents who are serving a socio-educative internment measure and criminal factions, qualitative research in two socio-educational units in Rio Grande do Norte made it possible to build three ideal-typical models to understand the phenomenon: discursive binding, territorial binding, and effective binding. It is observed that behind the narrative of “factionalized teenagers” there are manifold forms of binding and multiple reasons for them to occur. In addition, this work also points out that, although there is an effort on the part of the socio-educative system to consider pedagogical aspects and not just punitive-repressive aspects in its operationalization, socio-education is anchored in a dead end: aiming to adjust the deviant without considering that the crime and the criminal are products of the social relations in which the individual is inserted. Thus, even if the socio-educative system assumes, on a theoretical level, a progressive posture, it continues to function in a similar way to the set of other penal policies, i. e., as a mechanism for physically storing people, mostly poor and black. Hence, the socio-educative system is based on a fundamental contradiction, which makes it impossible to offer adolescents the necessary conditions to break the deviant trajectory, considering that the production and reproduction of the crime are more related to how society organizes itself than the individual attributes. However, to foment to the construction of a socio-education that can contribute to the reduction of adolescents' vulnerabilities, this thesis presents active listening and the refusal of ethnocentrism as theoretical-methodological principles to be considered in working with adolescents incarcerated in socio-educative houses.

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  • REBECKA WANDERLEY TANNUSS
  • THE BODY AS A BATTLEFIELD: ANALYSIS ON FEMALE DRUG TRANSPORT TO THE PRISON SYSTEM

  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • LUDMILA CERQUEIRA CORREIA
  • MARIA NAZARÉ ZENAIDE
  • RENATA MONTEIRO GARCIA
  • Data: 27-jun-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The Brazilian prison system has shown alarming numbers in recent decades regarding the incarceration of women, evidenced by the growth of 442% between the years 2000 and 2021. The criminalization process has been predominantly directed at black, young, poor and low-educated women, in addition to being expressive in drug-related crimes. These data are related not only to a greater insertion of these women in the illegal drug market in recent years, but especially to female participation in activities of greater vulnerability and exposure, making them more susceptible to the action of criminal policy, as is the case of women who transport drugs, often referred to as “mules”. Given this, the objective of this research was to analyze the criminalization processes that affect women arrested and convicted for transporting illegal drugs to prisons. To this end, a documentary research was carried out, based on the analysis of 23 decisions of the STF and STJ, selected until the year 2021, about women who were arrested transporting drugs to prisons in Brazil. Data analysis was performed from the theoretical framework of Critical Criminology. The results found indicate that the aforementioned women arrested were, mostly, primary defendants, who carried drugs in their private parts to male units, mothers or partners, arrested during the intimate search procedure, carried a small quantity of drugs, and who were in pre-trial detention. With regard to the narratives of the justice system, divergences were evidenced between the arguments used by the lower courts, in which there were speeches aimed at supposed female dangerousness and the justification of the arrest of these women under the argument of defense of public order, and those pronounced by the higher courts, that presented more progressive and guarantor speeches in the sense of defending the removal of preventive detention and by the understanding that women who transport drugs to prisons were not linked to criminal organizations. It was also possible to verify that the number of decisions that reach the superior courts is minimal compared to the rate of women incarcerated for drug trafficking in the country. It can be concluded that the body of women who transport drugs to prisons is constituted as a territory of disputes, a real battleground, between legal and illegal control instances. Furthermore, the speeches given by the justice system are configured as part of these control mechanisms, and even though the higher courts present themselves as progressive in the face of the current reality of female incarceration, there is much to be covered with regard to the imprisonment of women for the crime of drug trafficking. Given the above, the study is expected to provide critical reflections in order to break with punitive discourses and practices, promoting a critical feminist perspective that thinks of another place for women.

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  • ALESSANDRA DO NASCIMENTO CAVALCANTI
  • Cross-cultural adaptation of the Patient Dignity Inventory to Portuguese in the context of brazilian northeastern.

  • Líder : EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MARLOS ALVES BEZERRA
  • MARIA AURELINA MACHADO DE OLIVEIRA
  • REMERSON RUSSEL MARTINS
  • RODRIGO DA SILVA MAIA
  • Data: 30-jun-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Introduction: The World Health Organization (WHO) defines cancer as a generic terminology for a vast group of diseases that can affect any part of the body. This pathology is the second leading cause of death in the world, with one in six deaths related to the disease. Therefore, the care given to these patients requires early identification, aiming, above all, at the relief of suffering and, in some cases, the remission of the disease. In view of the findings in the literature, several strategies have been used to identify the suffering of cancer patients, in this sense the Patient Dignity Inventory (PDI) instrument was produced. This inventory aims to provide a measure of dignity-related suffering and serves as a screening tool to assess a wide range of reported issues that influence a sense of dignity. Objective: To carry out a cross-cultural adaptation of the Patient Dignity Inventory (PDI) instrument from English to Brazilian Portuguese. Method: This is a quantitative, transversal and analytical methodological design research. Conceptual, item, semantic, operational and measurement equivalence were performed between the original and the adapted instrument. In addition, the psychometric properties of the instrument in the new contextual reality were verified. Results: The research was carried out with 125 adult patients, mostly women (n=98; 78.4%), over 45 years old (54.4%), at the University Hospital Onofre Lopes (29.6%) and at the League Against Cancer (70.4%)). Information was collected through the sociodemographic questionnaire, the Patient Dignity Inventory – PDI and the WHOQOL-Bref quality of life instrument. Descriptive and comparative analyzes were performed for all variables, with a significance level of 5%. To verify the aspects of construct validity, exploratory factor analysis (EFA) and confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) were carried out, presenting a correlation matrix of 5 factors, in relation to the reliability of the general score of the inventory, it was analyzed from the Cronbach's Alpha, demonstrating 0.93 result. Regarding the factor distribution, the PDI behaved satisfactorily, presenting 5 factors as well as the original instrument, but with items occupying different dimensions. Criterion and convergent validities were also verified through Pearson and MANOVA correlations, respectively. In the analysis process, it was also identified that through the verification of conceptual, item and semantic equivalences, a synthesis version of the PDI was produced. Regarding the operational and measurement equivalences, a final synthesis version was prepared and the version that was duly validated for the Brazilian context. Conclusion: The instrument presented satisfactory values of internal consistency, as well as criterion and construct validity, fulfilling the objective that was proposed. In this way, it is configured as a screening instrument for aspects that refer to the dignity of cancer patients in an outpatient and hospital environment in the reality of Brazil.

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  • EMANUELLA CAJADO JOCA
  • THE AESTHETICS OF THE OPPRESSED IN MENTAL HEALTH CARE IN BRAZIL

  • Líder : MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA KARENINA DE MELO ARRAES AMORIM
  • ANTÔNIO VLADIMIR FÉLIX DA SILVA
  • FLÁVIA HELENA MIRANDA DE ARAÚJO FREIRE
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • Data: 25-ago-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The aesthetics of the Oppressed is an elaboration by Augusto Boal, a Brazilian playwright who systematized this artistic-political proposal from the formulations with the Theater of the Oppressed. This methodology consists of the scenic dialogue that problematizes oppressive social relations. The peculiarity of this method consists of three transgressions: 1- the division between stage and audience; 2 - between show and real life; 3 - between artists and non-artists. In the 2000s, with the implementation of the Brazilian National Mental Health Politic (PNSM), the Ministry of Health established a partnership with the CTO-RJ to train health workers in the use of this methodology. The research proposed here has the general objective of analyzing the use of Aesthetics of the Oppressed in Mental Health Care in Brazil. Specific objectives: a) to identify the social actors who use or have used the Theater of the Oppressed as an instrument of mental health care; b) describe activities developed in Mental Health Policies with this aesthetic perspective; c) discuss subjective productions of health work from the theoretical-practical thinking of Augusto Boal; d) promote critical reflection on the use of Aesthetics/Theatre of the Oppressed for health care; e) to build a theoretical-practical framework about Aesthetics in the Oppressed in the field of Mental Health. This study has as an epistemological reference the thought of Boal, which seeks to strengthen the culturally oppressed, manipulated or excluded groups and peoples, building a proposition for human development focused on the analysis of social conflicts from the crossings and flows of intensities produced in art. The methodological procedures adopted consist of interventions with self-administered online questionnaires, available on social networks, and individual interviews with professionals from the health network who use or have used the Theater of the Oppressed as a work tool, in addition to project managers and linked to the CTO-RJ, when in partnership with MS. The self-administered questionnaires were descriptively analyzed and the individual interviews proposed a dialogic conversation/relationship between researcher-researched. From these instruments, it was possible to outline four themes that generated analysis: 1) Project Theater of the Oppressed in Mental Health; 2) CAPS and the Psychiatric Reform; 3) Art and Mental Health; 4) Professional paths and the Theater of the Oppressed. Performances with this theatrical methodology were observed in the promotion and attention to mental health and that the training process in Theater of the Oppressed in Mental Health favored processes of creation of care in freedom advocated in the Psychiatric Reform.The support to the worker, through supervision, material subsidies, theoretical and practical support proved to be fundamental for the creation of mental health practices based on the principles and foundations of the anti-asylum fight and the PNSM. From this investigation it was possible to understand the Aesthetics of the Oppressed as a precursor of the Anti-asylum Struggle, thinking an analogy with its transgressions to the traditional theater and with that, verifying its anti-asylum principles, libertarian and focused on human rights, for another society where asylums do not fit , does not fit the asylum mode.

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  • ERICKALINE BEZERRA DE LIMA
  • ARTIST'S SELF-CRITIQUE: ALIENATION AND EXPERIENCE OF ART AS WORK

  • Líder : FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • HERCULANO RICARDO CAMPOS
  • BETANIA MOREIRA DE MORAES
  • KATIA MAHEIRIE
  • PRISCILA MARQUES
  • Data: 29-ago-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Human labor is limited in its potential development when determined by the amalgams of capitalism that tends to fragment the subject-labor relationship, making it alienated. In the artist who recognizes art as a work, alienation implies the generation of the work of art that, when shaped by consumer interests, becomes an instrument for maintaining alienations. This Thesis aims to analyze the experience of the artist-worker and how the processes of alienation interfere with the development of the artistic work known mainly by the creative dimension. From Historical-cultural Psychology we appropriate the systemic unit of Experience (Perejivânie) to identify the subject's reference field. Thus, we carried out: I) Theoretical intersection between the concepts of alienation-emancipation-experience, in which a dialectical interference was found, because both constructs take place in the daily reality of the subject. II) We extract the categories of analysis: continuity-discontinuity, production-reproduction and individuality-collectivity; III) We developed directed Self-criticism, methodological and interventional framework, which demonstrated coherence with the investigated field capable of capturing the problems and provoking processes of consciousness in the participating subjects. Then, we analyzed the experience of three active artists-workers with an extensive career in the performing arts, submitted to the two stages of directed Self-criticism: brief semi-structured interview and artist-work confrontation. In this route we locate the processes of alienation-emancipation within the experience of each one, verifying the changes, permanence and consequences of the choices about themselves and others in direct relation to the reality of their work. It is understood the occurrence of emancipation processes - although they are configured as transitory, they present displacements from the initial alienating state allowing new experiences. The interventional character of the method is evident, as an experience, by raising processes of awareness about work and allowing the glimpse of potential creative actions. From the methodological proposal, a material was formalized that encompasses our objectives, presenting analytical possibilities of other orders, thus emphasizing the interdisciplinary scope of directed Self-criticism.

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  • ANNA VALESKA PROCOPIO DE MOURA MENDONCA
  • KNOWLEDGE AND ACTIONS OF A PSYCHOLOGY THAT CARES FOR THE DYING IN PALLIATIVE CARE

  • Líder : GEORGIA SIBELE NOGUEIRA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANNATALIA MENESES DE AMORIM GOMES
  • GEORGIA SIBELE NOGUEIRA DA SILVA
  • JOÃO BOSCO FILHO
  • LUCIANA CARLA BARBOSA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MARLOS ALVES BEZERRA
  • Data: 29-ago-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Palliative Care (PC) is an approach that improves the quality of life of patients (adults and children) and their families, in their physical, psychosocial and spiritual aspects, in the experience of a process of severe illness and suffering. The psychologist, a member of this care team, is the professional that is needed for the emotional support that this experience awakens, either during the illness or in the proximity of death. It is known that the theme of death, present in the context of PC, still triggers many challenges. We ask ourselves: How does one build an itinerary in the training for the know-how of the Psychology in PC, especially in dealing with the dying process? To reach such inquiry, we had as general objective of our study: To understand the process of construction of the know-how of the psychologist who acts in Palliative Care in special facing the terminality. As specific objectives: (a) To investigate what is the preparation of psychologists for the practice of care in the process of terminality in Palliative Care (PC); (b) To know the meaning of death for psychologists who act in PC; (c) To identify the feelings experienced by psychologists in caring for people in the process of death in PC and after death occurs; (d) To know which resources/strategies are used by psychologists to deal with their own emotions during the process of death and possible bereavement; (e) To investigate how psychologists approach the spirituality/religiousness of the people they care for during the process of death in PC; (f) To identify difficulties/challenges/potentialities for the performance of care during the process of death in PC; (g) To identify the role attributed by psychologists in caring for the process of death in PC. A survey was carried out with 12 psychologists from the following regions of Brazil: North, Northeast, South, Southeast and Center-West who work in PC. The methodological strategies used were narrative interviews and projective scenes. The analysis and interpretation of the narratives were supported by Gadamerian hermeneutic principles. Before the chapters that dialogue with the collaborators' narratives, we have a theoretical chapter: "Palliative Care: the history and a willingness to care" We follow with: "The preparation to deal with death in Palliative Care" portrays the gaps in the formation about the knowledge, evidences that the patients show themselves as great masters in the art of teaching about caring at the end of life, verifies the constant preparation in this being with the other in the death process;  "When the patient dies: meanings and emotional experiences of psychologists in this care" approaches the personal death transformations, resignifications, mourning and death in professional life with its fears, impotence, anguish, and gratitude; "Caring for caring: resources and strategies that support the practice of psychologists at the end of life&quot; reveals self-care through therapy, meditation, music, exercise, rest, and staying with their loved ones, the sharing of vulnerabilities among the team and spirituality and loving care as resources; "Caring in the process of death in PC: difficulties, support, and the ways to know how to do in psychology" presents difficulties when there is no exclusive team in PC, in dealing with death with pain and suffering, and the challenge of communication with the family. The understanding of caring at the end as a sacred space of action supports their practice in face of the desired roles to care in the proximity of death: to know how to listen, to have respect for the finite condition and choices of the patient, to facilitate the expressions of goodbyes, re-significations, autonomy, dignity and to reduce spiritual and emotional suffering of the patient and their families. To do so, they need to search for spirituality and face their mortality. The presented thesis announces possible ways for the construction of a Psychology knowledge to do in front of death in Palliative Care.

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  • RAQUEL ALVES SANTOS
  • Clinical approach to the mobilization of competencies in the work activity of the teacher/manager

  • Líder : JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANDRÉA PUJOL
  • ANTONIO ALVES FILHO
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • JOSE NEWTON GARCIA DE ARAUJO
  • TATIANA DE LUCENA TORRES
  • Data: 09-sep-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present study aimed to analyze and problematize the processes of development, precariousness and mobilization of competences in the activity of the teacher/manager in public university management. The theoretical operators were proposed based on the integration between the references of work psychology and historical-cultural psychology advocated by the Clinic of Activity and anchored in the debate on human competences, from a francophone approach. Having this objective as a starting point, it was possible to recover and contribute to the densification of the theoretical debate regarding the notion of competence in the context of work psychology, starting from an individualistic vision to the historical-cultural perspective, in which the challenge, in a panorama of social precariousness that the competence model proposes to face, was to overcome the “workplace logic”. From the method point of view, we carried out three studies focusing on the analysis of the interventions carried out by UFRN for the implementation of the National Policy for the Development of Persons of the Federal Public Administration and on the analysis of the activity of the professor/manager from interviews (semi-structured and instruction to the double), application of a questionnaire and participant observation. Therefore, the activities of department heads were delimited as a management function defined to participate in the research and the co-analysis of the activity was used to interpret the data found. For this, we adopted the intervention research with 26 department heads from UFRN and 25 from the National University of Córdoba (UNC)-Argentina, during the period of the sandwich doctorate carried out in this country. The results of the first study pointed out that: 1) the elements that form the management activity are inscribed in the tradition of the teaching profession (métier), characterized by the teacher's action as a manager; 2) the existence of a false triad (teaching-research-extension), basing the teaching work in the Brazilian university context, even though the management activity is characterized as one of the dimensions of teaching work, thus establishing a “tetrad” ( teaching-research-extension-management); 3) the relationship between the prescribed and the real established, in the professional genre, the strength exerted by the activities belonging to teaching, but with the specificity of being affiliated with management activities, characterized by “obligations” shared by the department heads, regularly, even in the face of obstacles and the prescribed organization of work. and 4) the triple role and multi-activity configuration in the department head's work tetrad. In the second study, we sought to evaluate the interrelationship between the dimensions of the activity, interlocutions with the professional genre and health and work. This study made it possible to understand that the management activity is shown as an artifact or a device of subjective mobilization of health/illness at work, understood here as linked not only to a solitary management project, but to a concatenated, shared action. , inscribed within the same professional genre of teachers and present in this peculiar way of managing. Finally, in the third study, a dialectic between activity and occupation emerged, demonstrated from the perception that the dialogical activities produced in the instruction to the double portrayed family actions in the exercise of the leadership role, however devoid of a reference to a collective of work that functioned in the management activity. We are referring to a probable fragility of the professional genre, since this implies the constitution of possibilities for action, implies a common space, beyond individualized strategies. In this sense, this difficulty in building or maintaining a professional genre leads to an impoverishment of work and psychological suffering, situations that can lead to ineffectiveness at work and its precariousness.

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  • EDUARDO BRENO NASCIMENTO BEZERRA
  • BETWEEN DEATH AND INVISIBILITY: AN ANALYSIS OF THE ACTIVITY OF PROFESSIONALS IN THE FUNERAL SECTOR

  • Líder : JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LANA VERAS DE CARVALHO
  • CÁSSIO ADRIANO BRAZ DE AQUINO
  • CLAUDIA OSORIO DA SILVA
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • THAÍS AUGUSTA CUNHA DE OLIVEIRA MÁXIMO
  • Data: 20-sep-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Changes associated with the commodification of death allowed the emergence of several professions that deals directly with human corpses. Among these professionals are the funeral workers. As they develop their job activities, in contact with cadavers that could be in various states, these professionals have to deal with prejudices and stigmas associated with their work activity. Therefore, this thesis had as main objective investigate the work activity of professionals who deal directly with death, considering these workers as active subjects in the process of analyzing their own activity. Applying theoretical and methodological contributions of the Activity Clinic, clinical-qualitative research was conducted with funeral agents (Study 1), embalmers (Study 2) and gravediggers (Study 3), all workers of a large private funerary group from northeast Brazil. Data were constructed through the work activities observations, an individual semi-structured interview and a group interview mediated by the use of the Instructions to a double technique. Study 1 allowed us to understand that work activities of the funeral agents are much more than dealing with cadavers. These workers also need to have a high degree of socio-emotional skills, especially when dealing with grieving families and providing support. Considering that the work routines are unpredictability and there are impediments in performing their activities, each funerary agent develops its own strategies to cope. They stylize their manners to execute the work activities, but there are strategies shared between coworkers, which allows the construction of professional collectives’ approaches. The study 2 exposed that the work of embalmers goes beyond the preservation of cadavers, including supplementary care of the corpses. Which can contribute to reduce the pain of friends and family. Embalmers mobilize a lot of themselves to perform a job well done, especially with bodies that are very deteriorated. A factor that contributes to revitalize a work that is linked to a high degree of social invisibility, as well as risks and, therefore, precariousness. In the study 3, we found that in addition to burials, the exhumations are activities that require a lot of physical and psychic investment from gravediggers. These workers highlight the need to have courage to perform this work that is highly rejected by society. However, they manage to signify the prejudices suffered daily and execute their professional attributions by working together, developing interpersonal relationships marked by the use of humor. As well as, building cooperation agreements and accessing to collective and transpersonal memory of these attributions. We hope that the results obtained in these three studies can contribute to the construction of new meanings for the professional practices of these workers, reverberating in terms of transformation and development of the power to act, as well as in the visibility of these professional categories so essential in our society.

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  • ÉLIDA FURTADO DO NASCIMENTO
  • EDUCATION AND EXCLUDED IN THE SCHOOL ADOLESCENCE IN THE CONTEXT OF CAPITALISM

  • Líder : HERCULANO RICARDO CAMPOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • HERCULANO RICARDO CAMPOS
  • MARIA DA APRESENTACAO BARRETO
  • ANGELINA PANDITA PEREIRA
  • FAUSTON NEGREIROS
  • ZAIRA FÁTIMA DE REZENDE GONZALEZ LEAL
  • Data: 30-sep-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research is based on the need to contribute to discussions about the adolescents school exclusion phenomenon through Accelerated Learning Program - Poronga. That is the materialization of the Roberto Marinho Foundation's Telecurso 2000 Program, implemented in the state of Acre, Brazil, since 2002 to 2019. The Project is considered as an expression of compensatory education for adolescents, in the context of educational reforms under the characteristics of Third Way neoliberalism and the commodification of the education. According to Historical-Cultural Psychology authors, it is understood that formal education is essential to the human formation process, as it is expected that an educational program aimed at facing school failure provides teaching and learning conditions that promote the development of adolescents, and if they don’t, it contributes to promote a double exclusion disguised as inclusion. The main objective was to reveal and analyze the social meanings that support the personal meanings about Poronga, from the point of view of the education of adolescents. The specific objectives were: 1) to investigate, according with the conditions of the students' lives, possible aspects defined as school exclusion; 2) to capture the personal meanings attributed to the educational process in Poronga, analyzing the needs and motives of school people related to participation in the project and to their real lives; 3) to analyze the students schooling process in Poronga on the transition to high school, in order to understand where these adolescents were starting and in what this education is useful to aggregate or atrophy in terms of the adolescence expected development. The research was realized out in the city of Cruz do Sul-AC, with the participation of different actors (two teachers and seven program’s students, six responsible for the students), through two interviews. Data collection revealed that the socioeconomic context of students and their families in Poronga is one of extreme material and cultural poverty, marked by a school that denies the right of learning. Despite this reality, both family members and students signify positively school education, by expressing social meanings that reiterate the importance of school. This contradiction, present in the flow correction project, which is sought to be problematized within the scope of this study.

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  • KARINA DANIELLY CAVALCANTI PINTO
  • STRESS, BURNOUT AND POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER IN HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS WORKING IN THE FIGHT AGAINST SARS-COV-2 

  • Líder : EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ALESSANDRA DO NASCIMENTO CAVALCANTI
  • ANTONIO ALVES FILHO
  • EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MARIA AURELINA MACHADO DE OLIVEIRA
  • RODRIGO DA SILVA MAIA
  • Data: 04-oct-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The COVID-19 pandemic has become one of the biggest humanitarian and emergency public health crises in the world, bringing psychic, social and economic repercussions. For health professionals, in addition to the anguish shared with the population, they still faced complex challenges regarding front-line work, being reputed as a vulnerable group to psychic changes. Considering this, we sought, through a cross-sectional and correlational study, to characterize: Stress, Burnout and PTSD in health professionals who are working on the front lines of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. A total of 120 professionals from the multidisciplinary team from two public hospitals in Rio Grande do Norte participated, 53% of the participants worked at the Municipal Hospital of Natal and 47% at the Giselda Trigueiro Hospital. For investigation, the following instruments were used: sociodemographic questionnaire, Perception of Stress Scale, Maslach Burnout Inventory and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Checklist. Data analysis was based on descriptive and inferential statistics. The results showed moderate levels of Perceived Stress with an average of 20.71. Considering the dimensions of stress (negative and positive) there were statistical differences, highlighting a higher score for positive stress, which favors a better performance in the face of pressure situations. Regarding PTSD, 39.17% of the participants fit into the probable cases for the disorder, considering the DSM-5 criteria. For this construct, the most prevalent symptoms were those of reliving the traumatic event. In the evaluation of Burnout, meeting the criterion of high levels in the three dimensions, the prevalence of the syndrome was found in 48.33% of the participants. Considering the dimensions specifically, the scores were high for Emotional Exhaustion 49.17% and low Personal Fulfillment 84.17%. In Depersonalization, 51.17% of professionals scored medium and 48.33% high. As for the correlations between the investigated constructs, positive correlations were identified between Perceived Stress with Burnout and PTSD. And negative correlations, between the dimension Professional Achievement with Depersonalization, PTSD and Stress Perception. Working on the front line was associated with considerable levels of Perception of Stress, PTSD and Burnout in professionals, indicating the need for interventions aimed at psycho-emotional care.

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  • ALEXANDRA CAVALCANTE DE FARIAS
  • Future matters: an exploratory investigation of the relationship between orientation of future and the
    climate change perception.
  • Líder : JOSE DE QUEIROZ PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOSE DE QUEIROZ PINHEIRO
  • GLEICE VIRGINIA MEDEIROS DE AZAMBUJA ELALI
  • RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • DAYSE DA SILVA ALBUQUERQUE
  • GUSTAVO MARTINELI MASSOLA
  • Data: 31-oct-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Climate change (CC), a human-environmental problem that has its profound consequences from human action,
    presents a crisis character for this study and given its urgency, measures of mitigation need to be thought in the
    here and now, with repercussions a posteriori. The perception of climate change (pMCs), as outside our immediate and local context, can also generate a distance from perception of risk and an urgent need of commitment to mitigation actions. Thus, the relevance of future orientation (FO) should be considered as an attitudinal variable internal to individuals, which can be associated with pro-ecological commitment. In this way, it becomes important to identify whether, by taking responsibility for the generations not yet born, we are able to involve ourselves in environmental care actions or at least promote and engage our discourses in favor of sustainability. Considering this context, this study intends to investigate the relationship between the perception of climate change and future orientation in the format of solidarity with future generations, aiming to understand the importance of future orientation to integrate the perception of climate change. The two studies that  composed this exploratory investigation, carried out with 113 and 12 participants respectively, were organized using two different techniques: the production of a letter (even though in the first study it was contained in the questionnaire) and a semi-structured interview. The abductive content analysis originated thematic axes that dealt with pMCs and OF and were then analyzed from the perspective of the relationship between both concepts. The results demonstrated the importance of working with a temporal perspective when it comes to the phenomenon of MCs, and that it is not only possible to establish a bridge between pMCs and OF, but also to understand possible concepts that form this relationship. The perspective of solidarity with future generations reinforces its importance as a concept and the need to consider that future matters and that urgent changes are needed to guarantee an ecologically balanced environment.
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  • ANDRÉIA GARCIA DOS SANTOS
  • The history of Social Assistance Policy in Santa Maria/RS: between assitencialism and the guarantee of rights.

  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLÁUDIA MARIA PERRONE
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • KATIA MAHEIRIE
  • ROBERTA FIN MOTTA
  • SAMARA SILVA DOS SANTOS
  • Data: 01-nov-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This thesis investigates what are and how socio-historical, economic and political determinations have been producing impediments to the implementation of the Social Assistance Policy (AS) in the sphere of law in the municipality of Santa Maria (SM), located in the central region of Rio Grande do Sul (RS). Together with this, specific objectives were established: a) to build the historiography of the Municipal Social Assistance Policy of Santa Maria/RS (PMAS-SM) in the period from 2006 to 2021; and b) Identify how the researchers, technical workers and other individuals involved with the AS conceive the implementation of the Policy in the Municipality; c) Verify the conservative and militarization crossings existing in the city of Santa Maria. To achieve the objectives, we carried out: bibliographic and documentary research, through access to documents published on websites and facebook pages, which included articles, dissertations, thesis, books, reports in electronic media, pronouncements, municipal laws and works produced in recent decades related to the city of Santa Maria and the PMAS-SM and semi-structured interviews conducted with individuals involved with the AS. The analysis of the collected data was guided by historical-dialectical materialism: totality, contradiction and mediation. The research shows the imposition of a conservatism in the social tessitura of Santa Maria metabolized by a bourgeois moral who insists on eclipsing "the social question" and guiding the PMAS-SM in the charitable logic of benepoence and philanthropic. Important milestones are structured for the composition of the PMAS-SM as a public policy based on the sphere of law through the political organization of the workers defenders of the Policy. However, we highlight the presence of disaggregating elements, demobilization and illness of individuals in the face of struggles in favor of politics. Finally, we seek to problematize the consequences and permanence of political action and state intervention, to unattend conservative social forces present in the municipality and in the PMAS.

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  • BIANCA GALVÁN TOKUO
  • Imprisonment of Being-There to Technique: Narratives of Suffering due to the Use of Smartphone

  • Líder : ELZA MARIA DO SOCORRO DUTRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ELZA MARIA DO SOCORRO DUTRA
  • ANA KARINA SILVA AZEVEDO
  • CYNARA CARVALHO DE ABREU
  • ANA ANDREA BARBOSA MAUX
  • ANA MARIA MONTE COELHO FROTA
  • Data: 10-nov-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This is a study inspired by Heideggerian hermeneutical phenomenology and aimed to
    understand the meaning of the experience of suffering in young people and adults due to the
    use of smartphones. The suffering that we seek to understand here was the one that crosses the
    existence of Dasein. We have the participation of two collaborators. Due to Covid-19 pandemic,
    the interviews were carried out remotely. The narratives were interpreted from the hermeneutic
    circularity, proposed by Martin Heidegger, considering and counting on the researcher's
    affectation throughout the process of this research. As a result, we could observe that the way
    of using the smartphone reveals the way of being of Dasein, in its character of correspondence
    and openness to the world. Our collaborators revealed how the relationship with their
    smartphones has been harming their existence, feeling trapped in this relationship, experiencing
    existential dilemmas for which they cannot always find a way out, as they are ruled by
    impersonality. In addition, in the relationship with their smartphones, they showed ways of
    responding to the requests of the world that characterize not only an abandonment of themselves
    and their projects of property, but also difficulty in dealing with the debt of their inexorable
    freedom. The realization of this research promoted reflections about the ways in which we are
    using mobile communication devices and the impacts on our ways of relating to the world and
    to the people who are part of it. We hope that the findings of this research broaden the
    understanding of suffering due to the use of smartphones and stimulate the realization of new
    studies that can contribute to a better understanding of this phenomenon of our existence.

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  • CAMILLA DANIELLE SILVA DE LIMA QUEIROZ
  • When suicide invades the educational institution: loss and grief for suicide in the experience of students and educators

  • Líder : GEORGIA SIBELE NOGUEIRA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GEORGIA SIBELE NOGUEIRA DA SILVA
  • MARLOS ALVES BEZERRA
  • SYMONE FERNANDES DE MELO
  • JOÃO BOSCO FILHO
  • TATIANI DAIANA DE NOVAES
  • Data: 28-nov-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The number of violent and premature deaths among adolescents and young people in Brazil and in the world has been increasing, with suicide being the second leading cause of death for them worldwide. In view of this, death and mourning invariably invade the school space. When a student commits suicide, the impact is even greater, because in addition to being an unexpected, violent and stigmatized death, it involves a young person, generating even more commotion in the school community. Suicide impacts not only those closest to the deceased, but a large network of people who in the continuum of survival are among those exposed, affected and bereaved. Bereaved by suicide are more likely to develop emotional illness and to have suicidal behaviors, especially among adolescents and young people, which may favor suicide by contagion. Educators are also affected, but they do not find welcoming spaces and still feel unprepared to deal with their students in the face of this crisis situation. This study aims, therefore, to understand the experience of loss and grief among students and educators, in the face of student (s) suicide, in the educational context. The methodology used was qualitative with theoretical support of Gadamerian hermeneutics, through the instruments: narrative interview and projective scenes with students and educators who went through the experience of losing a student by suicide between 2011 and 2021. Six interviews were carried out with students ( enrolled and graduates), survivors of different suicides, between 17 and 22 years old, and with 3 teachers, from the Federal Institute of Rio Grande do Norte (IFRN) from 3 different campuses: Natal Central, Natal Cidade Alta and Parnamirim. The thesis was built in the form of articles. The first refers to an integrative review, entitled “Grief for suicide and postvention at school: an integrative review”, which sought in the literature the knowledge already produced about suicide and mourning by suicide at school, from the perspective of students and professionals. of education, from national and international articles. The results pointed to the need to consider the culture as well as the individual needs of survivors when designing postvention programs at school, as well as educational policies that ensure the prior implementation of crisis management plans. There was also a small production of studies that contemplated educators and, in Brazil and Latin America, a significant gap in relation to this theme. The second article “When mourning for suicide invades the school: the helplessness of students” identified the meaning of death by students as an inevitable end, a fresh start in spiritual life and a possibility of re-signifying living. The meaning of suicide, on the other hand, emerged as a choice in the face of despair and loneliness and not wanting to actually die; selfishness and lack of blame; as well as a result of the suicidal context in which we live. Its manifestations in relation to the impact of this loss occurred at the intrapersonal level (shock, some fears, anxiety, sadness, impotence, guilt and physical, cognitive and behavioral manifestations), interpersonal and transpersonal. Within the continuum of survival, students were among those exposed, affected and bereaved by suicide, demonstrating the need to be supported by the educational institution. The third, “Fighting suicide and postvention at school: the students’ coping strategies and the care they would like to receive”, identified that the adolescents/young people’s coping took place through conversations with friends, support from religiosity, in a solitary way. , with little and discontinuous institutional support. They highlighted the suicidal context that can drive suicide and also the sickening context after the impact of this death, in which they are torn between their own pain and the need to be support for other friends, who seem to be suffering even more. The fourth article entitled "When a student's suicide invades the educational institution: the invisible mourning of educators" we address the impacts of suicides at the inter, intra and transpersonal levels on teachers, showing that, depending on each of the suicide, they lie on the survival continuum between the exposed, affected, and bereaved (short term). However, they received little support related to suicide postvention by the institution, making them invisible in their pain and unprepared to deal with surviving students. Finally, the fifth article, “When student suicide invades the educational institution: confrontations of educators and postvention”, which discusses the confrontation of teachers: participation in a farewell ritual, help from peers and, in the absence of social support, the confrontation occurred in a solitary way. We also identified the institutional unpreparedness, the return to work without the necessary support, the disarticulation of the multiprofessional team and the absence of rituals about the student's legacy, making their mourning invisible. We conclude that it is essential to formulate previous suicide prevention programs in educational environments, which include students and educators, considering their specificities and needs, whether close to the deceased or not, cultural aspects, in addition to their location within the categories of the survival continuum, which will support the actions of care and prevention of suicidal behavior in those impacted by suicide in the context of educational institutions.

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  • PRISCILA CRISTINE ANDRADE DE SOUSA
  • Relationships between High Intellectual Potential, Executive Functions, and Creativity in Children and Adolescents.

  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • AMANDA DE LOURDES BERNARDO GUERRA
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MARIA JOSE NUNES GADELHA
  • PRISCILA MAGALHAES BARROS FELINTO
  • Data: 08-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Studies in individuals with high intellectual potential (HIP) highlight intellectual

    functioning marked by global activation and less segregation of the cortex. Therefore,

    several authors problematize the impact of some specific cognitive processes in

    determining intelligence, among which, executive functions (EF) and creativity stand out.

    The present study intends to continue the recent study developed by Felinto (2018) that

    highlighted the overlap of creativity and intelligence in the adolescent population and the

    relationship between intelligence and working memory (WM) in young adults with HIP.

    That said, the aim of this study is to analyze the relationships between HIP, EF, and

    creativity in children and youth audiences. The thesis was subdivided into three studies:

    1) Book Chapter - "Paradoxical" Relationships between High Abilities/Giftdness and

    Dyslexia; 2) The predictive value of HIP on EF and creativity in children; 3) Performance

    in WM and creativity in children and adolescents with HIP. Thirty-eight children and

    adolescents, aged between 7 and 14 years, from public and private schools in the city of

    Natal/RN participated in this study. An assessment procedure of intelligence, EF, and

    creativity was carried out with the participants through a battery of neuropsychological

    instruments, and then descriptive and inferential analyses were implemented. In Study 1,

    clinical aspects of the asynchronous cognitive profile in children with twice

    exceptionality were addressed; In Study 2, significant and strong correlations were found

    between intelligence and EF task (stroop effect) and intelligence was found to predict the

    performance of children with HIP in EF task (stroop effect). In Study 3, the results showed

    significant and strong correlations between intelligence and creativity, as well as a

    difference between the groups in the variables mentioned above and in a specific step of

    the WM test. Given this, it is concluded that children and adolescents with HIP present

    particular characteristics for EF and creativity.

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  • ALESSANDRA SILVA DE OLIVEIRA MARTINS
  •  Discourses in work analogous to slavery (TEA): a case study of workers rescued in the productive chain of Carnaúba/RN.

  • Líder : JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FRANCISCO PABLO HUASCAR ARAGÃO PINHEIRO
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • LUCIANO ALVARENGA MONTALVÃO
  • MARCO AURELIO DE MEDEIROS JORDÃO
  • Data: 14-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present work sought to contribute to the understanding of the discourses of the context of work activity analogous to slavery (TEA) of workers rescued from the carnauba production chain in Rio Grande do Norte (Brazil). Such an interpretative effort sought support in the theoretical contributions of historical-cultural psychology, work clinics and dialogues with the French-speaking tradition of discourse analysis, and unfolded in three studies: 1) Genesis, characterization and ASD; 2) binomial freedom-servitude and resistance to ASD; 3) (auto)biographical narratives of those rescued from TEA. In terms of method, this research adheres to] a qualitative-interpretative approach, based on the case study procedure, using the following techniques for collecting, processing and analyzing the discursive material obtained: in study 1, a dialogic discursive analysis was performed from the documentary corpus obtained in operation nº 62/2018 by the GEFM (Special Group for Mobile Inspection), in study 2 a narrative analysis of the theoretical-bibliographic corpus was carried out and in study 3 a discursive analysis of the (auto)biographical narratives (AADNA) of the corpus from the transcribed interviews. inspection discourse, marked by argumentative-expository-descriptive narration, in which the real is exposed in its impediments elements, verifying also the ethical-dialogical commitment with the denaturalization and defense of decent, free and sustainable work (study 1). Discourses supported, still, by a subject of the historical-cultural discourse affected in his becoming-power-action in the face of the illusions of passions, fear, sad affections responsible for servitude (study 2) and, finally, pervaded (auto)biographical narratives by stories and memories wrapped in the generational and children's TAE, marked by sad and dual meaning affections; reinforced by individualizing discourses of pseudo-freedom, of “partnership” with the instances of enslavement, of the complete absence of contradiction, of an objectified, disposable, objectified, massified subject, of absence of alterity, of erased, emptied civilizational agendas. Thus, it is necessary to invest in the power to act, in the authorship of the subject, in becoming-power, in social transformation.

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  • SHEYLA SUZANDAY BARRETO SIEBRA
  • Courage as anti-performance and the process of meaning of work for teachers of public universities

  • Líder : JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ERIC HAMRAOUI
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • JOSÉ TEMÍSTOCLES FERREIRA JUNIOR
  • RAQUEL ALVES SANTOS
  • THAÍS AUGUSTA CUNHA DE OLIVEIRA MÁXIMO
  • Data: 20-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present work seeks to understand the freedom-servitude binomial through the autobiographical narratives of the worker(s) rescued from work analogous to slavery in the carnauba production chain in Rio Grande do Norte, unfolding in three studies: the first analyzes the reasons for permanence, characterization and impediments to this work; the second investigates subjectivizing elements of the condition of servitude, mechanisms of resistance and emancipation; and the third analyzes the autobiographical narratives of those rescued from this work. Therefore, this research has an epistemic-methodical-theoretical affiliation convergent to the historical-dialectical materialist tradition revisited by the French tradition of discourse analysis, which considers history, ideology and language with methodological strategies that permeate the use of qualitative collection techniques , treatment and analysis of categorical, conjunctural and dialogic-discursive data (study 1), second-order documentary and/or statistical corpus and discursive analysis of the narrative-autobiographical corpus (study 3) of workers rescued by operation No. 62/2018/ RN, carried out by the GEFM (Special Mobile Inspection Group). The results pointed to existing tensions between the discourses and their textual materialities of the employer (characterized by the prescription, injunction and naturalization of the crime of work analogous to slavery, little ethical-moral accountability and persistence of the enslavement cycle) and the inspection discourse (marked by the argumentative-expository-descriptive narration), exposing the real of the work and its contradictions expressed in the impediments of this research, verifying the ethical-dialogical commitment in the utterances made, in the concrete acts and in its historical-cultural-social horizon of denaturalization and defense decent, free and sustainable work (study 1). However, the persistence of the cycle of enslavement in this production chain is corroborated by the condition of subjection (alienation-servitude), of alienated desire, of the fanciful ideological capture of a neoliberal utilitarian ethic (study 2) and of (auto)biographical narratives permeated by stories and memories surrounded by precarious generational work and material needs; for a work marked by sad and dual meaning affections; dead work reinforced by individualizing discourses of pseudo-freedom, of “partnership”, of the complete absence of the contradictory, of an objectified, disposable, objectified, massified subject, from absence of alterity, of erased, emptied civilizational agendas. Thus, it is necessary to invest in praxis-poesis, based on the authorship of the subject, in becoming-power, in micropolitics and in social transformation.

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  • LETÍCIA RABOUD MASCARENHAS DE ANDRADE
  • Perezhivanie: Diversity of Understandings of the Concept and Articulation in the Light of Vygotsky's Theoretical System

  • Líder : HERCULANO RICARDO CAMPOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOÃO BATISTA MARTINS
  • DANIELE NUNES HENRIQUE SILVA
  • EDUARDO MOURA DA COSTA
  • HERCULANO RICARDO CAMPOS
  • VERA LUCIA TREVISAN DE SOUZA
  • Data: 22-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The recognition of the concept of perezhivanie in Vygotsky's theory of development as a dynamic unit of consciousness and a unit of the relation between personality and environment highlights the relevance of its articulations to the author's theoretical system. However, there is a challenging scenario for the understanding and integration of this concept in Vygotsky's theory due to its difficulties of translation, its multiple meanings in the context of the Russian language and culture, likewise in the author's work, in addition to the various articulations of the concept in the theory and its underdeveloped character given Vygotsky's premature death. This scenario contributes to the development of different conceptions and interpretations of the concept of perezhivanie, tending to partial and fragmented understandings. Different researchers recognize the growing interest in the concept and the emerging diversified and fragmented scenario, emphasizing the need for its articulation and integration. Given this situation, the thesis seeks to articulate and discuss the multiple understandings attributed to the concept of perezhivanie in the context of Vygotsky's theory of development in works that focus on the subject. A survey of the productions that referred to the concept of perezhivanie in Vygotsky's theory, published until 2018, was carried out through CAPES Journal Gate and Google Scholar in Portuguese, English, Spanish and French, using as descriptors the different nomenclatures and translations of the term perezhivanie. A total of 211 works were reached, of which 45 were analyzed in view of their focus of discussion centered on the concept of perezhivanie. The analysis process resulted in the identification of eight axes (non-excluding) of articulation of understandings about the concept: Perezhivanie as a psychological function; Perezhivanie as an activity; Perezhivanie as an affective-cognitive unity; Perezhivanie as a refracting prism; Perezhivanie as a unit of human development; Perezhivanie as a unit of consciousness; Perezhivanie as dramatic perezhivanie; Perezhivanie as a concept versus perezhivanie as a phenomenon. The results made it possible to synthesize the dimensions related to the understandings involved in the concept of perezhivanie, advancing towards a more integrated comprehension and giving way to the development of the discussions carried out.

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  • JOEDER DA SILVA MESSIAS
  • ACCUMULATION OF FUNCTIONS IN THE LIGHT OF THE CLINIC of ACTIVITY: DISSATISFIED, AMBIGUOUS AND AGREED POSITIONS

  • Líder : JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • PEDRO FERNANDO BENDASSOLLI
  • ALDA KAROLINE LIMA DA SILVA
  • CAMILA COSTA TORRES
  • Data: 23-dic-2022


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present study originated from a research from a clinical-qualitative perspective developed with
    necropsy technicians working in a Death Verification Service (SVO). The theoretical basis adopted
    was the Activity Clinic and the data construction process was mediated by the following
    methodological resources: field diary; semi-structured interviews, conducted individually; Instructional
    interviews to the Lookalike, conducted in pairs. One of the results found was to realize that the
    technicians in necropsy were submitted to several accumulations of functions/ attributions and that
    they were related in different ways with the different attributions unrelated to the craft to which they
    were called to perform. This finding mobilized us to develop the three (3) studies presented here,
    aiming to deepen the understanding of the phenomenon in question. In this sense, the general objective
    of this thesis was to develop and expand analyses of situations that characterize the accumulation of
    functions in the professional-doing of technicians in necropsy, in the light of the theoretical-conceptual
    framework of the Activity Clinic. Study 01 is a theoretical discussion about the accumulation of
    functions, based on the contributions of the aforementioned approach, allied to studies that deal with
    work management models that emerged from the demands of the neoliberal system, especially
    toyotism, which expanded the process of precarious work. The objective was to establish the
    relationship of the phenomenon accumulation of functions with the process of precariousness of work
    relationships, tracing connections with the theoretical operators: activity and real activity. The analysis
    of the historical-social context performed made it possible to perceive the relationship of the process of
    overexploitation of work with expansion and naturalization of the accumulation of functions/
    attributions. Study 02 addressed this phenomenon from theoretical operators such as: instances of the

    craft, style, professional gender, power to act and well-done work. The analyses resulting from this
    study pointed us to the understanding that the submission of workers to the attributions of others to the
    office caused them to appropriate the professional gender of other positions, originating what we call
    an outsider professional gender. In this sense, our objective was to dialogue on aspects related to the
    foreign professional gender, resulting from the accumulation of functions, and their possible impacts
    on workers&#39; health. Regarding study 03, our objective was to characterize and discuss the different
    positions of workers in relation to the different accumulations of functions/attributions. As mentioned,
    we identified three (3) categories of coping with the attributions unrelated to the profession: the
    nonconforming positioning, when the worker demonstrates clear discomfort; the ambiguous
    positioning, when it expresses both the feeling of discomfort and the feeling of recognition; and the
    conformed positioning, when they appropriate these attributions in such a way that they perceive them
    as belonging to the office itself. We noticed through these studies that the accumulation of
    functions/attributions is increasingly frequent in work contexts and that it has harmful potential to
    workers&#39; health, which signals the need to develop effective actions to combat overexploitation of
    work.

2021
Disertaciones
1
  • MAÍSA DE OLIVEIRA MEIRA
  • THE DECISION EXPERIENCE IN FEDERAL JUDGES: BEYOND THE AUTHORS

  • Líder : ANA KARINA SILVA AZEVEDO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ANDREA BARBOSA MAUX
  • ANA KARINA SILVA AZEVEDO
  • SYMONE FERNANDES DE MELO
  • Data: 11-feb-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research aimed to understand the experience of the decision of the federal judge of first instance from the narrative of those who exercise the magistracy. The proposal of listening to the judges was presented as another possibility of approximation between Psychology, Law and the Judiciary, unlike the traditional relationship based on expert opinions that was established between these fields of knowledge. The three collaborators, two judges and a judge, were selected from among the magistrates of the Judiciary Section of the Federal Justice in Rio Grande do Norte and who served in the judiciary in the City of Natal. This study was configured as a qualitative research with a phenomenological hermeneutical inspiration, based on the ontology of the philosopher Martin Heidegger. The instrument of access to what the research collaborator experienced was the narrative interview. The comprehension and interpretation of the researched phenomenon took place from Heidegger's understanding circle. The moments of understanding the narratives were: affected by the testimony heard; transcription of the testimony heard; identification of themes; dialogue between the reflections made from the previous steps and the literature. When asking federal judges: "What is the decision process like for you in your work activity?" The question elicited answers due to the human condition of existence, they announced how each judge felt at stake as one existing in the exercise of the judiciary. And that in a sentence there is also anguish, existential vulnerability, life and death, the look of peers, in addition to the social repercussion of their sentences. The speeches were related to the meanings rooted in the world, they speak of the horizon of belonging of the judges, they referred to the ways of relations and articulation of the judge with what arrived in the world. In the encounter with the other, the judge met with the drama that also belongs to him, which is to be his own question.

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  • FELIPE BEZERRA DE ANDRADE
  • Youtube As A Private Hegemony Apparatus: The Conservative Wave Experience In Contemporary Brazil

  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • PEDRO HENRIQUE ANTUNES DA COSTA
  • Data: 12-feb-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The dynamics of the Extended State operates institutions that continuously manage the class struggle through a consensus established by a Hegemony. Such dynamics can also be changed based on the disputes that occur within the scope of Civil Society and the demands for the reproduction of capital. When reproduction is hindered, starting an economic crisis, or the condition of the class struggle changes, it is possible that the consensus wears out, leading to a Hegemony Crisis, at which time a new consensus is established, but not without the resolution of disputes operated by the Private Devices of Hegemony. Brazil is going through a crisis of this kind that broke out in June 2013, overturning a consensus established since the end of the dictatorship that was based on democracy and human rights. At this time, virtual tools also became popular, which were quickly politicized and transformed into forms of organization and dissemination by various sectors of the right, which occupied them successfully, with special attention to Youtube. Based on this, we seek to discuss the social role of Youtube in the crisis of hegemony that was established in Brazil in the collapse of the PT socialist democratic project. For this, we analyzed 55 videos from 11 channels, separated into four groups: “Men of Faith”, “Liberals”, “Journalists” and “Patriarchs”, seeking to analyze how these channels represent projects of society and how the amalgamation of such projects in the conservative wave as in Brazil. We saw that such a union lost strength after Bolsonaro's victory, but that the different sectors are still strong separately, operating their private devices of hegemony and reorganizing themselves according to the demands of capital, which dictate all state policies and, in the face of their structural crisis, demands more and more.

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  • JANDIRA DOS ANJOS ALENCAR DUARTE DE LIMA
  • Analysis of interventional approaches in Psychology for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

  • Líder : CINTIA ALVES SALGADO AZONI
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CINTIA ALVES SALGADO AZONI
  • EDIANA ROSSELLY DE OLIVEIRA GOMES
  • sylvia maria ciasca
  • Data: 18-feb-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) has been widely researched due to the recognized increase in the number of cases, probably associated with its early identification, and also, due to the use of broader diagnostic strategies. Because of its multiple etiology, no model, clinical, methodological or therapeutic approach is yet recognized as the only factor for improving child development. It can be found between numerous clinical approaches. The aim of the study is to analyze the interventional approaches in the area of Psychology used in children with ASD in institutions in the city of Natal. This is an exploratory, cross-sectional study, with the sample consisting of convenience. Eight psychology professionals were selected from three ASD reference institutions in the city of Natal / RN. The instrument used was a questionnaire prepared by the researcher and for the analysis, the content analysis by Bardin was used. The results showed the practical outline from the chosen theoretical framework that shapes the intervention proposals and the look at the child with ASD. From them, three categories were found: theoretical basis, intervention and benefits of each intervention proposal. The study aimed to highlight the need to promote spaces for scientific discussion, enabling dialogues and building a diversity of ways of conceiving the disorder, as well as the recognition of the plurality that appears in each subject with the diagnosis of ASD. For this, the importance of a diversity in the ways of conceiving interventions allowing contexts, also multiple, of welcoming individuals.

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  • LARISSA FERREIRA DE MENEZES LAMBERT
  • IDEAL OF WELL DONE WORK, DEMANDS AND IMPEDIMENTS IN THE CONCEPTION OF WORKING ACTIVITY OF TEACHERS FROM MUNICIPAL SCHOOL NETWORK IN NATAL /RN-BRAZIL

  • Líder : JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • ANA KARINA MOUTINHO LIMA
  • Data: 19-feb-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Resumo em língua estrangeira:    This research project has as a domain of interest the challenges of teaching practice as a source of suffering and illness, in view of the responsibility involved in the socially transforming capacity of this office. The teacher's work activity, like any other work activity, contributes to the rupture, construction, deconstruction and emancipation of the subject. It is an activity that has essential psychosocial meaning, and should be considered within the social context in which it is being developed. The challenge of ensuring the common training necessary for the exercise of citizenship is established for the public primary school network, relying on the democratization of education. Characterized by crossing the  situation of precariousness of teaching work, this activity shares the historical  legacy of devaluation of the profession, distance between the prescriptions contained in the frameworks of regulation of nationaleducation and the work that can be performed in viewof the available tools, the context of violence in which the schools of the peripheries are inserted and the involvement with social problemas that characterize and contribute to the aggravation of the precariousness of public education. In this context, the present master's thesis project elects withthe focus of interest the professional activity of the professor who works in the teaching of the municipalpublic network of Natal/RN. The approach of the work activity in questão will have as theoretical framework of reference the perspective of the Atividad Clinicand, which proposes the cultural historical notion of the subject understood by Vygotsky,  highlighting the importance of the professional genre, since the joint activity of the subjects with others can be considered as the driving force of a common history, and of the biographical trajectories of each individual-worker. The challenge is  assumed to establish relationships between the prescribed, real and well-done work bodies,  emphasizing the  individual's ability to act collectively in the face of different situations in his work. The general objective is to analyze the teaching activity, investigating the existing prescriptions for this work, the level of achievement of these prescriptions in concrete work contexts and the ideal of work well done by the municipal teachers of Natal/RN. From this purpose, it is also sought to observe to what extent the distance presented between prescribed work and real work impacts on the conception of work well done considering the professional context  proposed here for analysis. The group of participants to be surveyedwill be the one thatincludes the  multipurpose teacher of the initial years (1st to 5th)  of elementary school, in the urban area of Natal-RN, because it is a long and crucial stage of basic education, in which children undergo significant changes inphysical, cognitive, affective and social aspects, in addition to the burden of social relevance d the activityofthis professional, committed to the process of literacy and basicmathematical and scientificducation as a significant platform for learning in the school trajectory. The proposed research will have a descriptive and clinical-qualitative nature from three tools proposed for the research: a) descriptive documental analysis, b) application  of the instruction technique to the lookalike and c) application of a questionnaire on well-done work. This work  will seek to contribute to the triggering of a critical rethinking, with the potential for  transformation of the subject-worker in terms of evaluation and eventual expansion of his power to act, and realization of the ideal of work well done of the professional category under analysis.

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  • DEYZE DA SILVA FERREIRA
  • Minimum to (out)live: Discussion on actions to assist women deprived of their liberty in the metropolitan region of Natal-RN

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • GILMARA JOANE MACEDO DE MEDEIROS
  • JULIANO BECK SCOTT
  • Data: 24-feb-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The phenomenon of supercarceration in Brazil, which has been potentiated in recent decades, exposes cruel aspects of the Criminal Justice System, which are anchored in cishétero-patriarchal-racist-classist ideologies. Such ideologies legitimize and forge a social ideal in favor of the punitive order with a view to guaranteeing the common good, emphasizing the fight against criminality materialized in the stereotype of the “enemy” (usually incarnated in black, poor and peripheral people). Thus, it is evident the importance of discussing oppressions of class, race and gender, in a nested way, relating them to criminal selectivity. Women deprived of their liberty have added to the stereotypes typical of “If woman” the blame that is imposed on them as a result of the crime committed, since the fact that being imprisoned or being egressed from the Brazilian prison system cannot be ignored presupposes the denial of a series of rights and the deepening of vulnerable conditions. In this way, it is important to bring the discussion of Marxist Feminism about patriarchal gender relations intertwined with social relations of class and race. In addition to these problematizations, the debate raises the growing scrapping of prison units from north to south of the country, furthermore to the degrading conditions in which deprivation of liberty occurs - under allegations of torture, ill-treatment, forced labor, precarious sanitary conditions. and absence of apparatus (technical-strategic, human and material) for minimum compliance with legal requirements. Considering such problems, this work aims to discuss the actions of care in education, health and religious assistance for women deprived of their liberty in female prison units in the metropolitan region of Natal-RN. Ten people participated in this research, nine women and one man, who are linked to some area of assistance to women incarcerated in prison units, which are: internal unit staff (2), external staff (3 ) and managers (5). The collection procedures and instruments used were: documentary research online and in the field, when semi-structured interviews were conducted. The results showed that female prison units have a precarious physical structure that imposes unhealthy conditions and, therefore, limits the guarantee of several rights to women. In addition, there was an insufficiency and discontinuity of care in the three areas analyzed, with no frequency, standardization, training for the teams and without guaranteeing the universality of the access of incarcerated women to the actions, even with selectivity in the definition of who will be or unattended and dependence on external assistance actions to maintain activities. The situation of women imprisoned in the metropolitan region of Natal-RN exposes the chasm that is placed between the formal, what is to be done, and the material, what really happens, sharpening absences and becoming a state reinforcement machine and ratification of a genocidal public security policy, with racist rancidity that dates back to the slavery era, of extermination of those who are marked by the judgment of class and race. It is essential, therefore, to unveil the survival conditions to which incarcerated women are subjected, showing how much more oppressive laws and institutions can be, thought by men for men, when they disregard the idiosyncrasies and needs of women.

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  • ANA CAROLINE DE LIMA SILVA FERREIRA
  • Between Protection and Accountability: An analysis of the acting of
    Social Assistance Reference Centers with families

  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • JULIANO BECK SCOTT
  • MÔNICA RAFAELA DE ALMEIDA
  • Data: 24-mar-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In Brazil, the late attempt to establish a Social State was run over by neoliberalism. Social
    policies were built between punctual and compensatory actions, based on the historical
    heritage of the approach to the “social issue”, through philanthropy and the private sphere.
    Only in 1988, after the political reopening and the pressure from progressive sectors of civil
    society, it was drawn to the Federal Constitution to ensure citizenship rights to the population.
    Even so, it was only in 1993 that the Organic Law on Social Assistance was regulated,
    although it was not fully implemented. Since 2003, with the government of the Workers'
    Party, this field has made political and legal advances: income transfer programs were unified
    through the Bolsa Família Program; the National Social Assistance Policy was regulated; the
    Single Social Assistance System constituted; social assistance services reorganized by levels
    of protection; public equipment were created to serve families (the Social Assistance
    Reference Centers and the Specialized Social Assistance Reference Centers); access to social
    policies and income transfer programs were centralized in the Single Registry; the Family
    Protection and Assistance Service became part of the Social Assistance network of continuous
    action services financed by the Federal Government, which must take place at CRAS and
    offer individual and collective actions. Thus, accompaniment to families has become the
    responsibility of the State and the social and family matrix founding in the provision of
    services. The woman started to be placed as “responsible for the family” both in Social
    Assistance and in the PBF. However, within the framework of a policy related to the family, it
    must be emphasized that these forms of intervention have intergenerational care as one of
    their main purposes, that is, having unpaid reproductive work. Thus, while the family
    responsible receives the benefit of the PBF, she also undertakes to fulfill obligations that
    reinforce cultural standards that keep the female figure linked to traditional gender roles. With
    the expectation of contributing to this debate, from a critical view of PNAS, this dissertation
    sought to produce an analysis of socio-assistance practices aimed at women and their families,
    in Basic Social Protection, based on the following question: from social work with women&#39;s
    groups developed in the PAIF in which trend will direct the activities carried out by the
    technical team of CRAS in Natal / RN: protective or familist? To answer this question, the
    objective was to analyze how these activities are planned and operated by the technical team
    at CRAS. Specifically, we sought to map and characterize the activities developed by the
    technical teams for the female audience of the CRAS in Natal / RN; and analyze from which
    theoretical perspective the technical team is based to plan and develop these activities. To this
    end, semi-structured interviews were conducted with eight participants from the technical
    team of CRAS in Natal / RN, who had training in psychology or social work. This
    information was systematized and analyzed under Marxian inspiration. The results point
    mainly to a mismatch between the theoretical / methodological approach and professional
    practice; a distancing from the relationships between the technical team and the families and
    an urgent need for investment in actions that carry out social and family matriciality,
    considering that women are the majority to access CRAS and actually occupy the place of
    &quot;family reference&quot;. This shows the mixture between the protective and familial tendencies in
    the conduct of the groups offered.

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  • JEAN ELYSON RODRIGUES BORGES
  • SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND RESISTANCE PRACTICES: FACING THE YOUNG PEOPLE LETHALITY IN A TERRITORY MARKED BY VIOLENCES AND GRASSROOT STRUGGLES.


  • Líder : CANDIDA MARIA BEZERRA DANTAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CANDIDA MARIA BEZERRA DANTAS
  • CANDIDA DE SOUZA
  • LUIZ FÁBIO SILVA PAIVA
  • Data: 10-may-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In Brazil, only in 2017, 65.602 lives were brutally exterminated, of which 35.783 were young. The Northeast region has concentrated the highest infant-juvenile rates, a phenomenon considered as “northeasternization of homicides”. Ceará showed the largest increase in murders in the federation with 5.134 victims, more than 76% of the juvenile segment. The legacy of a colonial society and heir of diasporas and genocides, black people still haunt and trigger deadly mechanisms racializing homicides in the state with a rate of 87,3 black people per 100 thousand inhabitants (12,7 non-blacks). In the capital of Ceará, 2.141 people had their lives mown, 71% of them were black or brown men, poor and inhabitants of peripheral urban areas, as in the case of the five neighbourhoods that constitute the region called Grande Bom Jardim (GBJ). This territory is historically bloodstained by the “necropolitical” and neoliberal logic, supported by mechanisms that subjugate lives to the power of death, exacerbate crime, violence and lethality against racialized young bodies considered superfluous to capital and the dynamics of consumption. Based on this debate, we intend to thematize and problematize this phenomenon, as well as reflect on the ways in which the political power appropriates these lives as an object of management and operate from the production and maintenance of mechanisms that “worse” and “erase” some groups considered “killable” and “unworthy of mourning”. Such a reading scenario is embodied from the meanings woven and vocalized by the GBJ peripheral youths, having as a counterpoint the social movements as resistance practices that make up the Youth Forum of the largest socio-political articulation in the territory, the GBJ’s Local, Integrated and Sustainable Development Network (DLIS Network). This Network, composed by 25 entities, constitutes itself as a space of resistance, political incidence and grassroot struggle in the territory, contributing in a coordinated manner, to strengthen the actions of diagnosis, planning and monitoring of public policies for guaranteeing and enforcing human rights such and facing violence against youth. Thus, we start from the following question of research: considering this scenario, what are the main practices of popular resistance and struggles, implicated and strategically committed to confronting youth lethality in Grande Bom Jardim? Based on that, we intend, as a general objective: to map resistance practices of young people who make up the Youth Forum of the Local, Integrated and Sustainable Development Network (DLIS Network), created in the territory of GBJ, in Fortaleza, aimed at confronting youth lethality. Having as specific objectives: knowing the life trajectories of young people who compound the DLIS Network Youth Forum; understanding discourses/narratives of young people who compose the DLIS Network Youth Forum about the daily dynamics of intensifying homicides in the territory and their effects on the production of subjectivities; analysing from which strategies the Youth Forum articulates itself with other local groups, collectives and entities that make up the DLIS Network in tackling youth lethality. We opted for a qualitative research from the perspective of cartography as a methodological research-inter(in)vention stratagey, following the activities developed by the Youth Forum and using the field jointly to the use of tools: field journal and the semi-structured interviews.We use the dialogs between Social Psychology and authors such as Butler, Mbembe, Fanon, Foucault, Agamben, Gohn, Ammann, among others that problematize themes that intersect social markers of difference that produce violence, providing a reading of the social construction that is also cultural, historical, political and psychosocial.

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  • FIRMIANA CORREIA LIMA GUIMARÃES
  • The training of the existential phenomenological clinical psychologist: cultivation of a way of being-in-the-world

  • Líder : ELZA MARIA DO SOCORRO DUTRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ELZA MARIA DO SOCORRO DUTRA
  • SYMONE FERNANDES DE MELO
  • ANA MARIA MONTE COELHO FROTA
  • Data: 28-may-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The process of training phenomenological-existential clinical psychologists is crossed by challenges due to its
    artisanal character and its place within Psychology, as a clinic that does not propose to heal or adjust, but
    allows a return to being-able. The research aimed to understand the experience of the formation of phenomenological-existential clinical psychologists and what happens, in addition to theory, in this process,
    which we consider as the cultivation of a way of being, since learning to act phenomenologically is something
    that it only happens in the experience and that the clinical action requires a meditative thought and a serene
    way of living in the face of the requirements of the Technological Era. Four psychologists trained in the area
    participated in the research. The approximation of their experiences took place through the narrative, observing
    their artisanal and dialogical character. The understanding was based on the Heideggerian ontology and the
    proposition of the hermeneutic circle as an inspiration for the analysis of the narratives, emphasizing the circular
    and not definitive aspect of understanding. The narratives revealed that the attunement with theories and the
    development of a phenomenological way of being goes through the unique existences of each psychologist,
    they are printed in the choice of the path and in the way they relate to it. The way of being cultivated in training
    goes beyond the role of the professional and takes on all existence, being this mode of presence close to the
    artist, the poet and the philosopher who, in Heidegger&#39;s conceptions, points to these crafts as those that unveil, in poetic language , the nod of being.

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  • RENATA WANDERLEY HAESBAERT
  • Translating and adapting of the German "Wie Finger Zahlen Helfen" Protocol to Portuguese/Brazil

  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • SILVIA CRISTINA DE FREITAS FELDBERG
  • DANIELLE FERREIRA GARCIA
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • Data: 31-may-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Brazil has accumulated unsatisfactory results in national and international research regarding the learning of mathematics. Facing this reality, fields of knowledge such as neuroscience and psychology propose to study different learning strategies that, in turn, may contribute to change the national scenario. One of the greatest contributions is the proposition of the theoretical operator &quot;number sense&quot; that constitutes the anchorage for the counting principle, a capacity that provides the later development of more complex mathematical abilities. For the theoretical and methodological domain of embodied cognition, the body mediates learning, and the transposition of this perspective to the domain of school mathematics can be a tool for the understanding of contents that require a higher level of abstraction. It is noteworthy that the study presented here is part of a larger research project, the result of a partnership between the Laboratory for Research and Extension in Neuropsychology (LAPEN), linked to the Graduate Program in Psychology at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte and the Leibniz-Institut für Wissensmedien (IWM), located in Tübingen - Germany. The study consisted of translating and adapting the German "Wie Finger Zahlen Helfen Protocol into Brazilian Portuguese", using the method of Borsa, Damásio & Bandeira. The protocol contributes to the investigation of the impact of strategies based on the use of fingers on the emergence and quality of basic numerical skills in children aged 4 to 6 years. In further studies, we intend to use the protocol to investigate the relationship between finger use strategy and improvement in the execution of numerical tasks.


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  • GUSTAVO DE AGUIAR CAMPOS
  • State violence and capitalism: an essay on the criminal justice system in Brazilian dependent capitalism

  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • PEDRO HENRIQUE ANTUNES DA COSTA
  • Data: 07-jun-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The theme addressed in this dissertation is the Criminal Justice System (CJS). Seen, at the outset, as marked by violence and formed within the contradictions of capital-labor, which is particularized in the contradictions between the center and the periphery of the capitalist mode of production. The general objective is to analyze how the phenomenon of state violence is related to the dependent form of capitalism in Brazil, and the specific objectives are: (1) to analyze the relationship between dependent state and extra-economic violence and (2) to discuss the increase in extra-economic violence in the present moment of capitalism. We are based on Marxian social theory and Marxism, with capital-labor contradiction, historical-dialectical materialism and the perspective of the revolution as key points. This is a theoretical essay, seeking not a definitive answer, but the advancement of questions in understanding CJS in Brazilian dependent capitalism. Moving from a more abstract level of analysis to a more concrete one, the research begins by pointing out the relationship between capitalism and violence, especially in the relationship between economic and extra-economic violence; expropriation, exploitation and oppression; sociometabolism of capital and state; and structural crisis. Subsequently, we discussed the particularity of dependent capitalism, the Brazilian social formation and the overexploitation of the workforce. Then we discuss the conformation of the CJS, its shape in Latin America and its current shape. That said, in the final chapter, we discussed the relationship between dependent capitalism, dependent state and extra-economic violence, and then proposed some notes for an economic-political understanding of the CJS in the face of the structural crisis and its relationship with dependent capitalism, with the Industrial-Prison Complex category. With the discussion in place, we seek to analyze how extra-economic violence, especially state violence, becomes an economic power of capitalism, which conforms and is shaped by the dialectic of dependence and which contributes to the accumulation of capital and imperialist hegemony.

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  • FERNANDA LÚCIA NASCIMENTO FREIRE CAVALCANTE
  • PSYCHOLOGICAL SUFFERING OF THE COVID-19 ASSISTANCE FRONT LINE TEAM

  • Líder : EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA SUELY ALVES COSTA
  • EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • LUCIANA CARLA BARBOSA DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 30-jun-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The 2019 coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) represent a challenge to the mental health of health professionals working in direct patient care. Research data is important to assist with the implementation of interventions and protective measures. This study aimed to assess the prevalence and factors related to anxiety, depression, stress and psychological distress associated with PTSD in the healthcare team of a reference hospital in the care of patients with COVID-19 four months after the first confirmed case in Brazil. This was a cross-sectional, descriptive and correlational study. The study included 112 COVID-19 frontline professionals, specifically nurses, nursing technicians, physiotherapist and physicians, based at Hospital GiseldaTrigueiro. To asses variables, the following instruments was used: sociodemographic questionnaire, a questionnaire for professional aspect related to COVID-19, the DASS-21 scale and the IES-R scale. Data analysis was based at descriptive and inferential statistics. Results pointed that 52,68% of COVID-19 frontline professionals had depression symptoms, 57,14% of anxiety and 78,57% of stress. In addition, 41,07% of professionals had psychological distress associated to PTSD. Being a nurse and not participating in training were related to a higher risk of depression. Male gender and absence of fear of infection were related to lower chance of professionals presenting anxiety. Being married and having between the ages of 30 to 39 increased the risk for stress. It was concluded during the initial phase of COVID-19 outbreak there was a high prevalence of mental disorders among professionals directly assisting patients and symptoms of depression, anxiety and stress were manifested in most participants in a moderated or severe manner.

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  • LEILANI DE SOUSA E SILVA FOSSA
  • Galperin and the Reading-Writing Process: Proposal for an intervention model for the context of learning difficulties


  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • CINTIA ALVES SALGADO AZONI
  • MARILENE PROENÇA REBELLO DE SOUZA
  • Data: 12-ago-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Understanding the processes of reading and writing are quite complex and it has been one of the central points of concern in Brazilian education. The Cultural-historical perspective has contributed a lot in the field of Education and neuropsychology. Vygotsky and Luria in 1954 already included in their research the development of language and writing. Galperin, Vygotsky's collaborator, continues his work in the same perspective, Socio-Historical, elaborating his theory of mental actions, showing that children are able to assimilate abstract concepts since the first school years. This project aims to systematize an intervention model for children who have reading and writing difficulties, based on Galperin's theory of “the step-by-step formation of mental actions and concepts”. this project was organized in two parts. The first consists of a theoretical review dedicated to the reconstruction of concepts and ideas systematized by Piotr Ya. Gaperin that underlie the Theory of “the step-by-step formation of mental actions and concepts”, as well as contributions from Soviet Psychology developed by Lev Vigotski and Alexei Leontiev. The second part consists of systematizing the evaluative-interventional model, as well as proposing activities. The model was structured in complementary stages of evaluation and intervention. The evaluation was systematized in the following stages: qualitative analysis of the symptom, quantitative evaluation, qualitative analysis of the activity and planning of the neuropsychological intervention. The intervention was designed containing the stages: preparation of the OBA, material, external language, internal and mental language. Finally, the activities were organized into two modules regarding specific and general skills for the acquisition of reading and writing.


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  • FLORA SANTOS NÜSSLE
  • HOW DO PRIVATE SCHOOL TEACHERS EXPERIENCE THEIR WORK DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC?

  • Líder : FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CÁSSIO ADRIANO BRAZ DE AQUINO
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • MARIA DA APRESENTACAO BARRETO
  • Data: 23-ago-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In 2020 the new coronavirus brought about a completely new dynamic for professionals in all areas, such as the private school teacher. This occupation has a mostly female workforce, occupying up to 82% of the positions in elementary education. Thus, the objective of this dissertation is to analyze how female private school teachers experience their work during the covid-19 pandemic. The research is theoretically based on Vygotsky's Cultural-Historical perspective and counts on the participation of 12 female teachers who teach elementary school in private schools in the city of Natal/RN. The methodology chosen was the application of an in-depth interview conducted online through the Google Meet platform. This was divided into four axes, namely: socioeconomic data, work life history, work context, and dramas at work. The data collected were categorized with the help of the QDA Miner platform and to analyze them, the three stages of the Nuclei of Meaning were performed. In the first stage, from the floating reading of the interviews 58 pre-indicators were listed, which were later agglutinated into 19 indicators and, finally, these indicators formed five nuclei of meaning. The cores are: the meanings produced by women about the work as a teacher; the difficulties of the daily life of a teacher; the consequences of the pandemic arrival; the aggravations generated by the pandemic; and the challenges faced. In view of these findings, we understand that the pandemic acted as a catalyst for the difficulties of work that already existed in the daily lives of private school teachers. And that the different ways they experience these difficulties, as well as face them, is a consequence of a social and historical system implied by neoliberal capitalism, by the processes of precarization, outsourcing, as well as by the formation of the school and the sexual division of labor.

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  • LARISSA SAIONARA FERNANDES ROCHA
  • Support networks for sick workers

  • Líder : FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • ANA KARENINA DE MELO ARRAES AMORIM
  • ALDA KAROLINE LIMA DA SILVA
  • Data: 27-ago-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Workers sickened rely on support networks as a way of coping in the health production process, represented by instances such as family, friends, community groups, health professionals and services, work groups and union and religious organizations. The objective of the research was to analyze the role of networks in the health production process and ways of interactions, actions and effects promoted by them. With this, it is expected to understand how this interaction is established in the health production process, especially in a scenario of great affective weaknesses, produced by the condition of illness linked to work. It is a qualitative research, whose study participants were ten workers sick from work. The inclusion criterion was the very statement of the worker against the disease and availability for the time of the interview, via video conference, using an online platform. During the collection, we used the “snowball” strategy, from July to December 2020, including some job categories (engineer, bank, teacher, psychologist, telemarketing operator, IT technician). The interviews covered the following thematic axes: a) The worker's life history and illness process; b) Analysis, by the worker, of the importance and effects of each point of the support network on the work-health relationship. Parallel to the interview, a diagram of the networks mobilized by each worker was drawn up in this illness process, in which the networks were measured using intensity arrows – Strong connection; Distant or conflicted. The analyzes of the interviews were carried out via meaning cores, the pre-indicators and indicators were articulated and systematized, constituting the meaning cores: 1) What is harmful in work relations; 2) support networks as lines of health care; 3) the fragility of work organization: threads that do not make up the networks. It was concluded that what we have is a context of violent and sickening work, combined with a support network centered on the subject's social ties. The importance of the community in health recovery is highlighted, especially in the networks that make up the primary sphere, such as family and friends, through the absence of support from the State and companies, configuring deficit networks. Self-care resources were shown as self-care practices, mobilized by most workers as an autonomous way of seeking recovery, applied in their routine.

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  • MARIA MABEL NUNES DE MORAIS
  • TELECONSULTATION IN THE THERAPEUTIC MONITORING OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISTIC SPECTRUM DISORDERS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

  • Líder : CINTIA ALVES SALGADO AZONI
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CINTIA ALVES SALGADO AZONI
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • RAUNI JANDÉ ROAMA ALVES
  • Data: 16-sep-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • At the end of 2019, the world population was surprised by a new virus with high potential of contagion. Given its rapid spread around the world, in 2020 this event was classified as a pandemic. Taking into account the WHO recommendations, several countries have adopted social isolation and quarantine as a strategy to fight the pandemic, keeping only essential services running. Faced with this new social reality, health professionals, especially psychologists, started to carry out services in online mode. It is noteworthy that all social groups are subject to suffer in the face of this new reality, but, in particular, children diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). As ASD is a neurodevelopmental disorder continuous monitoring by a multidisciplinary team is required. The suspension of the treatment for this group of children can generate serious risks and harm to the child and their relatives. Thus, the aim of this study is to analyze how psychology professionals clinic and neuropsychology performed telecare to children with ASD in the period of social isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil. A survey of data collection, cross-sectional quantitative-qualitative analysis in which the data were collected through a self-administered online questionnaire. The target audience of this study were Psychology professionals who provided care in the online in children with ASD. The results showed that most respondents are from Rio Grande do Norte (52.2%) and provided online and in-person care (69.9%). The main activities listed by professionals carried out with children as guidance to parents are related to the organization of routine, activities of daily living and cognitive and behavioral stimulation. The present study sought to understand the dynamics of telephone calls made by psychology professionals to children with ASD during the period of social isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although there is some studies related to teleservice, in Brazil studies are still incipient regarding this issue, especially regarding children with ASD. The impacts of this study focused mainly on guiding professionals on the possibilities of remote services for this audience.

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  • SARAH CAMILLA FERREIRA DE OLIVEIRA LIMA
  • IMPROVISING IN ART: EXPERIENCES OF POPULAR MUSICIANS IN CREATIVE PERFORMANCE

  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • JUANITA ESLAVA
  • PRISCILA MARQUES
  • Data: 16-sep-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In Historical-cultural Psychology, music is understood as a human activity produced in a social context, as the artist experiences and appropriates of musical elements – culturally and historically established –, he also starts to be able to produce or reproduce his art. Leading these reflections to musical creativity, especially improvisation, we see that it is a creation in motion, made during the performance, but which is the result of the artist's set of experiences. Therefore, different musical experiences lead to different ways of elaborating and understanding improvisation. The main objective of this dissertation is to investigate the experiences, conceptions and strategies of creative performance in academic and self-taught musicians. 4 musicians participated - 2 academics and 2 self-taught - they were recognized as creative and improvised performance artists. The data collect took place in 2 phases by videoconference: (1) a socioeconomic and musical practices questionnaire and (2) an individual semi-structured interview about the musical trajectory and conceptions of creative performance. Data analysis was based on Bakhtinian conceptions of dialogic discourse. The first stage of analysis focused on information from the questionnaire that enabled the characterization of the activity profiles of each participant. The analysis of the interview allowed the identification and grouping of units of meaning and categorization. An attempt was made to relate the parts, the nuclei of analysis found, and the discourses of the participants, focusing on the analysis of the dialectical relationship. As a result, we found speeches categorized by training. In the vast majority of responses, academic musicians highlighted the importance of formal knowledge. The self-taught group talk more about the importance of stylization and constant tries. All participants, however, agreed that experiences played an important role in create a good improviser. Such answers corroborate what was brought by Vigotski that creativity is made by mixed experiences that are subjectively refracted and generate a cultural product.

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  • RENATA KIVIA DANTAS CARVALHO
  • Psychologists in the policies intended for female victims of gender violence in the state of Rio Grande do Norte

  • Líder : HERCULANO RICARDO CAMPOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • HERCULANO RICARDO CAMPOS
  • EDNA MARIA SEVERINO PETERS KAHHALE
  • MARILDA CASTELAR
  • Data: 27-sep-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research aimed to analyze the work of psychology professionals in the policies intended for female victims of gender violence in the state of Rio Grande do Norte. The phenomenon of violence against women is understood as a consequence of a more complex social problem: the inequalities that are built between women and men. Thereby, the logic that guides this study expresses a disruption with biological explanations about the differences between female and male social practices and assumes that those differences are constructed, socially transformed and exist due to an hierarchy that has a material basis which must be apprehended historically. The methodological strategies used to produce the research were semi-structured interviews with psychologists who work in institutions specialized in assisting women victims of domestic violence in the state of Rio Grande do Norte and analysis of the documents that guide the practices of this public policy. The analysis and discussion of the results were made from the theory of historical and dialectical materialism. The discussions that took place identified that there are many challenges for psychology as a science and as a profession. We identified many gaps with regard to theoretical and practical knowledge that can guide the performance of the work, in addition to difficulties in delimiting the role of psychology in relation to other professionals, which becomes an obstacle to the definition of the praxis and possibilities of intervention. These aspects referred to insufficiencies in psychology training that have reflected in the daily work of professionals who end up feeling insecure in case management and acquire training, mainly from contact with their own professional experience. Thus, it is necessary that training in psychology reflects on the production of knowledge and practices in the various fields in which the category is called to work, overcoming traditional and clinical conceptions that have still stood out in teaching spaces.

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  • BARBARA TEIXEIRA CAMPOS DE NEGREIROS
  • RESILIENCE, OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AND WORK ABILITY IN HEALTH PROFESSIONALS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

  • Líder : EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • SIMONE DA NOBREGA TOMAZ MOREIRA
  • RODRIGO DA SILVA MAIA
  • Data: 28-sep-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Health professionals are considered one of the categories with the most risk of illness, due to the characteristics inherent to their work nature. This context was aggravated by the COVID-19 pandemic, subjecting this class to a work overload, increased risk of illness and withdrawal from their routine. Therefore, the objective of this study is to investigate the relationship between resilience, occupational stress and work ability in professionals who work in direct care of patients with COVID-19. This is a quantitative, cross-sectional and correlational research with 91 employees (nurses, nursing technicians, physicians and physiotherapists) from a reference hospital in Rio Grande do Norte. Employees answered a Sociodemographic Questionnaire (social and work context data), the Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale, the Work Stress Scale and the Work Ability Index. The results indicated lower levels in resilience and occupational stress constructs, and a good work ability of the total sample. Regarding the resilience instrument, it showed a significant association with nurses and other female participants, both showing lower resilience. In regard of work stress, the nurses along with nursing technicians, demonstrated a risk in face of a high level of stress. Furthermore, the cluster analysis evidenced the existence of three clusters that are distributed across different scores on the scales, with emphasis on Cluster 1, which presented critical values in all instruments and denoted suffering in face of work experience and the need for interventions. It appears that the daily experiences of health teams during the pandemic influenced their perception of work and their ability to deal or overcome adversity. Another relevant aspect is the functionality and physical and mental resources to carry on their work activities

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  • MATHEUS RIOS SILVA SANTOS
  • The role of the National Movement of the Homeless Population – Northeast Region: a study on the strengthening and training of leaders

  • Líder : CANDIDA MARIA BEZERRA DANTAS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • BRUNO SIMÕES GONÇALVES
  • CANDIDA MARIA BEZERRA DANTAS
  • MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • Data: 27-oct-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The collective actions of popular social movements are planned and executed by the leaders through dialogue with the bases, the conjunctural understanding of the socio-political scenario and the possibility of building public policies for vulnerable populations. Among these populations, there are people in streets situation: a heterogeneous group, which has in common the lack of housing, extreme poverty and fragile and/or interrupted family ties. Literature points out that people living on the streets have difficulties in organizing because they lack the element of class consciousness and the feeling of belonging to the social group to which they belong. In spite of that, in 2005, the National Movement of the Homeless Population emerged. Since then, the MNPR has expanded throughout the national territory and is present in 18 states of the federation. In the Northeast Region, it is present in 4 states on a consolidated basis and has been strengthened to be implemented in the other 5 states in the region. Therefore, the general objective of this research was to understand the process of formation of leaders and their role in the National Movement of the Homeless Population. As specific objectives, the work aimed to investigate the personal history of leadership militancy; characterize the history of formation of the movement in states in the Northeast region and the role of leaders in this process; investigate the process of articulation and strengthening of the movement in the Northeast region and record the actions taken to protect the homeless population during the pandemic. Methodologically, semi -structured interviews were carried out, 6 of them via videoconference and two in person with the leaders of the MNPR in the Northeast, in addition to participating in online meetings to strengthen the movement in the region and other activities of militancy that made it possible to monitor the performance of the leaders. Thus, we identified that the action of leaders to strengthen the region is guided by the rescue and preservation of the historical memory of the Movement's social struggle, especially when permeated by the signs defended by Maria Lúcia Santos Pereira. Furthermore, it was possible to understand the disputes and dissensions intertwined in the relationships of the leaders among themselves, between the social base and with the State. And, finally, we identified how the networks of partnerships set up by the MNPR leaders support their collective actions in each state.

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  • LUANA VANESSA SOARES FERNANDES
  • Socio-physical environment and children with autismo spectrum disorder in the context of a pandemic: a reflection on YouTube lives

  • Líder : GLEICE VIRGINIA MEDEIROS DE AZAMBUJA ELALI
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA PAULA SOARES DA SILVA
  • GLEICE VIRGINIA MEDEIROS DE AZAMBUJA ELALI
  • JOSE DE QUEIROZ PINHEIRO
  • Data: 29-oct-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Facing the COVID-19 Pandemic required social isolation and has induced changes in the use of housing., causing issues about the residential environment to be widely debated, including on social media.In this field, lives broadcast on the internet become popular, coming to be a communication channel between professionals and several audiences. Supported in this context, this thesis took as its object of study the socio-physical environment for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) - a neurodevelopmental disorder with manifestations that cover a wide spectrum of possibilities, whose specificities need to be understood (and worked through) in order for the person in question to develop skills and improve well-being. Guided by an understanding of autism based on Evidence-Based Practices (EBPs), the general objective of this investigation was to understand strategies for adjusting the socio-physical environment to autistic children during the pandemic, which were broadcast by lives made available on YouTube. The specific objectives were as follows: (a) to identify the characteristics of the physical environment that are disseminated as suitable for autistic children; (b) to understand the recommended strategies as appropriate for activities with these children and that require environmental specificities; (c) to analyze the difficulties pointed out in this field. The study was theoretically supported by Environmental Psychology and resorted to a qualitative methodological strategy with: (1) a survey of lives on autism available on YouTube between March and August of 2020; (2) the selection of those that discuss the autistic child/environment relationship; and (3) the choice of five lives for in-depth analysis. The results show that several concepts from Environmental Psychology can help to understand the behavior of people with ASD, notably socio-spatial behavior, affordances and behavior settings. From this perspective, the analyzed lives indicated different types of environmental adjustments usable with people with ASD, highlighting strategies to minimize communication and sensory barriers, and to facilitate the maintenance/development of their skills and autonomy.


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  • LUNA MAYARA HESSE DE OLIVEIRA SILVA
  • RESTORATIVE JUSTICE: AN ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVE PRACTICES IN THE RN'S JUSTICE SYSTEM

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • CARMEM PLACIDA SOUSA CAVALCANTE
  • TÂMARA RAMALHO DE SOUSA AMORIM
  • Data: 02-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Brazil has the third largest prison population in the world, accounting for 748,000 prisoners – in a structure that only supports 442,349 (Anuário de Segurança Pública, 2020). Data such as the ones presented corroborate the perspective that the current justice system has not been efficient. In practice, institutions filled with demands, slow and selective, have been created over the years, restricting crime to the violation of the law, in which the main purpose is to penalize the offender, neglecting the relationships that were broken, the victims, the community and repairing the damage and, above all, the social issues involved. However, arising from an international agenda that the federal government has been following on the recommendation of the United Nations (UN), some initiatives have been discussed and developed against the reality of punishment as the only alternative, including in the justice system in Rio Grande North (Prosecutor's Office and Court of Justice). One of them is the central theme of this work, Restorative Justice (JR). JR can be understood as a set of practices, procedures, techniques and actions based on structured principles, in which the intention is to deal with conflicts in a consensual manner, with the participation of the offender, victim and community, in order to meet the needs of the involved, in order to repair the damage through accountability and recomposition of the social fabric broken by the infraction in a way that implies the future. Therefore, in an attempt to understand a practice considered an alternative in the justice system, this research aims to analyze the implementation of Restorative Justice as an alternative to traditional practices developed in the justice system in RN (Public Ministry and Court of Justice of Rio Grande do North), considering aspects such as the history of development in the RN justice system; the structure and epistemological theoretical basis used by the nuclei working with JR; as well as the JR in RN from the perspective of the actors (potentials and difficulties according to the professionals who perform the restorative practices in both institutions) and, finally, the flow of the JR in articulation with the public assistance service. This work is a qualitative research, inspired by historical-dialectical materialism. In addition to the documentary research in public repositories about the implementation of the program, data collection was carried out via virtual means with the Self-Composition nuclei of the Public Ministry and the Court of Justice of RN, using semi-structured interviews (with the members of the nuclei who work directly with the JR practice - facilitators, judges and prosecutors). The information was submitted to thematic content analysis. Furthermore, the project was approved by the Ethics Committee and for its execution, all legal requirements were respected, including the use of the Informed Consent Form for the interviewees.

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  • JÉSSICA DE MORAIS COSTA
  • The praxis produced by socio-educational agents in the context of deprivation of freedom at the Socioeducative Service Center (CASE) in Pitimbu

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • GLAUCIA HELENA ARAÚJO RUSSO
  • NELSON GOMES DE SANT'ANA E SILVA JUNIOR
  • Data: 02-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The National System of Socioeducative Support (SINASE) has a sanctioning character aimed at adolescents who commit an infraction and meanwhile it has as its pedagogical purpose the socio-education of adolescents. This ambivalence of roles is identified when analyzing the work developed by the socio-educational agent, especially in the units of deprivation of liberty. This research aimed to analyze the praxis produced by socio-educational agents in the context of deprivation of freedom at the Socioeducative Service Center (CASE) in Pitimbu, located in the municipality of Parnamirim. In order to do so, the sociodemographic profile and the type of training of socioeducative agents of deprivation of liberty were identified; the socioeducative practice developed by the socioeducative agents of CASE Pitimbu was characterized and the conceptions of socio-education that underlie the practice of these agents were analyzed. As an investigative method, we look for inspiration in dialectical historical materialism, seeking to analyze the real movement of the object and identifying the necessary mediations to understand it. This research has a qualitative approach and used, as data collection techniques: field research, that made it possible to observe the routine of the work developed; the application of questionnaires with the socio-educational agents who work at CASE Pitimbu, which aimed to draw a sociodemographic profile of the agents at the unit; as well as semi-structured interviews. For data analysis, meaning core was used. From the organization of the collected material (from the interviews and from the data obtained in the questionnaires), indicators were raised that revealed important meanings and meanings, considering the research objectives. After analyzing the data, it was possible to identify, based on the characterization of the agents' work, that in the daily activities of the units there is a prioritization of the logic of safety to the detriment of socio-education. This reflects not only the conception that agents formulate about the role they play in the socio-educational system, but also the way in which they are seen. Thus, the author brings the concept of socio-education from cobogó to exemplify the contradictions between the conceptions of socio-education and security that are revealed in the work performed by agents in the Deprivation of Liberty Unit.

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  • LISANDRA CHAVES DE AQUINO MORAIS
  • Criminal policy on hyperincarceration and custody hearings: congruences and inflections

  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • ANA VLÁDIA HOLANDA CRUZ
  • LUANA ISABELLE CABRAL DOS SANTOS
  • Data: 03-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This dissertation has as its theme the Criminal Policy and Custody Hearing and proposes to investigate how custody hearings in the metropolitan region of Natal-RN refer to their objectives in the face of criminal policy and hyperincarceration. The custody hearings, object of this research, were instituted by the CNJ from the pressure of social movements and human rights institutions that denounced the high rate of incarceration and the practices of torture, ill-treatment and police violence, a reflection of the current criminal policy in Brazil, operated in the context of the worsening of the Penal State, which contributes to hyperincarceration and repressive penal and police policies that criminalize poverty. Thus, the objective of this research is to analyze the custody hearings in face of the challenges that are posed to the fulfillment of their objectives of reducing incarceration and denouncing and curbing practices of political violence, torture and ill-treatment. It is a research with a dialectical historical materialist basis, qualitative, exploratory-methodological, which had as its path the participation in 20 custody hearings and the collection of data from its implementation to the present day. The results show that custody hearings continue to reproduce  violations of procedural guarantees of the accused person, in a way that most of the times do not guarantee the adequate right to defense and the right to information; the perpetuation of practices that violate Human Rights and the underreporting of cases of police violence, torture or ill-treatment; And the maintenance of prison as the rule and the end of freedom in custody hearings. That said, the theoretical path of this work problematizes the punitive and control methods considering the entire social totality and the historical transformations so that we can understand their repercussions in the current criminal policy of hyperincarceration.

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  • RENATA CIBELLI FREIRE BARBOSA
  • Violence against women and the Theater of the Oppressed and the Feminist Theater of the Oppressed: building forms of social intervention

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • CANDIDA MARIA BEZERRA DANTAS
  • MARIA DE FATIMA JERONIMO MARQUES
  • Data: 03-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Among the types of gender violence, violence against women is the most frequent in the Brazilian context. This happens despite regulatory advances, the creation of mechanisms to curb domestic and family violence against women and the establishment of measures for the prevention, assistance and protection of women in situations of violence. Through the domination-exploitation-oppression scheme, cysheteropatriarchy exerts a great influence on women’s life, especially on those in poverty. The Theater of the Oppressed is an emancipatory and alternative device that proposes to question aspects of collectivity. Through TO, the purpose is to understand the mechanisms by which an oppression is produced, the discovery of tactics and strategies to avoid it and the rehearsal of these practices. From the association of these two elements and in search of the construction of liberating, creative and dialogic means to debate violence against women, this research was born. The study intends to analyze the Theater of the Oppressed as a form of social intervention in cases of violence against women, as well as to evaluate a methodological work proposal based on the method of the Theater of the Oppressed, to characterize and analyze the challenges of acting with Theater of the Oppressed nowadays and to identify the strategies for guaranteeing the fundamentals of the Theater of the Oppressed. Six women, jokers, working in TO are part of this research. The collection procedures and instruments used were the evaluation of an intervention planning aimed at women and semi-structured interviews. The results showed that the Theater of the Oppressed has its importance in the debate about oppression, but they point out the relevance of the Feminist Theater of the Oppressed as a way to discuss the consubstantiality of gender, race and class. It is a new methodology, designed to address specificities of women's oppression, without losing sight of the totality, the social context in which they operate. Both methodologies, the Theater of the Oppressed and the Feminist Theater of the Oppressed, were highlighted as means of reaching self-awareness and understanding the oppressions present in the lives of subjects and the macrostructure that sustains these oppressions. Furthermore, they were pointed out as paths towards the transformation of both private life and social context.

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  • VICTOR CESAR AMORIM COSTA
  • Social Question: PT governments and social protection in contemporary capitalism


  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FERNANDO LACERDA JÚNIOR
  • HENRIQUE ANDRE RAMOS WELLEN
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 13-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • From the beginning, this research was driven by the search for the apprehension of tendencies in terms of treatment of the social issue in PT governments, taken as a way of investigating the structural possibilities of social protection in a capitalism dependent on the Southern Cone. of ephemeral growth and having the country plunged into consecutive crises after June 2013. The parliamentary coup of 2016 put an end to a 12-year trajectory of PT governments, which started in a completely different way. In this context, our general effort turned to the apprehension of how the treatment of the social issue given by PT governments was analyzed by Marxist productions that dedicated themselves to studying PT governments and the 2016 coup. In this trajectory, we carried out a somewhat hybrid review, inspired by elements of systematic review, but not fiercely attached to it. In total, eight works were selected after consecutive stages of filtering the results obtained. Finally, the results of the review indicate a consensus around the persistence of a residual form, properly neoliberal, of (un)financing and ordering the logic of public services. Privatization remains firm and strong as a gradual process, sometimes more intense, sometimes slower against anything that remains public. Time seems to be a fundamental piece in the management of permanent counter-reform. The capture of the Public Fund for servicing the public debt, the maintenance of the neoliberal macroeconomic tripod and the untouchable nature of the Fiscal Responsibility Law, the latter used to overthrow Dilma, denounce the undemocratic character of our dependent democracy. Finally, we explore some scenarios and trends against social protection in Brazilian dependent capitalism.

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  • HÁVILLA MONALISA SILVA DE OLIVEIRA
  • ATTENTION TO MENTAL HEALTH IN OLD AGE: AN INTEGRATIVE REVIEW

  • Líder : ANA KARENINA DE MELO ARRAES AMORIM
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA KARENINA DE MELO ARRAES AMORIM
  • PABLO VICENTE MENDES DE OLIVEIRA QUEIROZ
  • FLÁVIA HELENA MIRANDA DE ARAÚJO FREIRE
  • Data: 14-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Old age is a phenomenon that entails important changes at a biological, psychological, social, economic and cultural level, in addition to the fact that one does not live in its natural state due to a status imposed by the society to which we belong. Among the psychiatric reform process and the field of mental health care, despite the advances acquired over time, there are weaknesses and omissions related to mental health issues for the elderly. In a way, it is observed that they did not benefit as subjects of this process, in addition to the fact that there is a lack of studies in the field of mental health in old age, signaling the need for specific foundations and knowledge aimed at mental health care in old age in its growing demands. Therefore, this research aimed to analyze the main issues related to mental health in old age posed by the literature in the latin american context, from an integrative literature review, in the SciELO, Redalyc and LILACS databases, between 2011 and 2021, totaling 25 scientific articles for analysis, which were categorized into the following themes: Representations of old age, aging and stigmas related to the elderly as problems related to mental health; Profile of users and users, mental health demands and mental health services; Use of medicines and medicalization of old age; Suicide, bereavement and the worsening of mental health; Mental health, sociocultural aspects and associated factors (gender, disabilities, risks and vulnerabilities); and Practices and approaches in mental health care. It was concluded that the predominance of the biomedical perspective regarding the processes of aging and old age and on the health concepts and experiences of the elderly, based on the biological, mechanical-functional aspects of the body and the curative apparatus, representative of our society's view of the capacities production and consumption, which seems to contribute to stigmatization, exclusion and medicalization of elderly people, demanding new knowledge and practices related to mental health care and coping with these phenomena from the perspective of psychosocial care.

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  • ANA ÉLIDA MENEZES MAGALHÃES GONÇALVES
  • ANXIETY, STRESS, DEPRESSION AND SOCIAL SUPPORT IN HOSPITAL SANITATION PROFESSIONALS DURING THE SARS-Cov-2 PERIOD

  • Líder : EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • KLEYTON SANTOS DE MEDEIROS
  • LUCIANA CARLA BARBOSA DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 14-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Due to the work characteristics, the hospital sanitation professional is subjected to a condition of vulnerability as a result of occupational overloads such as physical – musculoskeletal damage, chemical – risk of infectious and psychological – anxiety, stress, sleep disorders and emotional distress. This vulnerability was even more evident for the hospital sanitation team in this period of  Covid-19 pandemic as a consequence of the high levels of contamination and risk of death that the new coronavirus imposes. The objective of this study is to investigate the levels of anxiety, depression and stress among hospital sanitation professionals and their relation with perceived social support, as a function of sociodemographic and health aspects. This is an exploratory, descriptive, cross-sectional study with a quantitative approach that used online data collection with 95 professionals from the sanitation sector of a hospital. They answered a sociodemographic questionnaire, the DASS-21 depression, anxiety and stress scale and the MOS-SSS social support scale. For comparisons of social support, Fisher's exact test was used, the multiple linear regression model was used to define scores, and normality was tested by the Shapiro-Wilk test. The level of significance adopted was 5%. As a result, 15.7% had symptoms of depression, 13.68% of anxiety and 5.2% of stress. The prevalence of emotional states was higher for women and people who had already received support  by a mental health professional before or during the pandemic. Our findings also found that people who received greater social support had a lower prevalence of developing symptoms of depression, anxiety and stress, both for men and women. In general, men perceive greater social support than women, especially in social interaction. The affective component of social support proved to have been the element with the greatest positive impact on emotional states, especially for women, especially on symptoms of depression. For men, the greatest negative impact of the absence of social support was evidenced by the presence of stress symptoms.

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  • NEIVANE FERNANDES DA SILVA
  • DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, STRESS AND SOCIAL SUPPORT IN FRONT LINE HEALTH PROFESSIONALS OF COVID-19 FROM AN ADULT INTENSIVE CARE UNIT

  • Líder : EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • RODRIGO DA SILVA MAIA
  • WELYTON PARAÍBA DA SILVA SOUSA
  • Data: 15-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In the context of the pandemic, it is possible to verify an increase in traumas or disorders related to depression, anxiety and stress, we face health professionals in front of Covid-19, due to constant exposure to certain risks and stressors. Therefore, this research aimed to investigate the existence of correlations between the levels of social support dimensions and the levels of depression, anxiety, and stress of Covid-19 front-line health professionals in an Adult Intensive Care Unit . It is a quantitative, cross-sectional and correlational study, carried out in a general hospital in the north of the State of Piauí. The research sample consisted of 93 professionals, including physicians, nurses, physiotherapists, psychologists, nutritionists and social workers, who work or have worked at the ICU Covid-19. The instruments consisted of a structured questionnaire, including sociodemographic, professional and health data; the Depression Anxiety Stress Scale – 21 and the Social Support Scale. After approval by the Ethics and Research Committee of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, data collection took place through a Google Forms access link, with the instruments added, sent to the participants&#39; WhatsApp and/or e-mail. Data were analyzed using the free statistical software R, version 4.2.0. The results indicated a strong positive correlation between stress with depression and anxiety, with the prevalence of moderate levels of stress. And a weak positive correlation of these variables with the dimensions of social support, suggesting that such constructs were influenced by health variables, for example, having sought or received help from a mental health professional during the pandemic. This concludes the need for measures to protect the mental health of health professionals working in the ICU to combat Covid-19 of the hospital under study.

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  • VITOR ALEXANDER CORTEZ DE OLIVEIRA
  • Clinical approach of professional activity at Specialized Reference Center for Homeless Population (Centro Pop)

  • Líder : JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • TATIANA DE LUCENA TORRES
  • Data: 20-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This master's dissertation was aimed to study social workers and psychologists of the Specialized Reference Center for Homeless Population (Pop Center), workers  that make up the Unified System of Social Assistance (SUAS, in Portuguese). The aim of this study was to analyze the work activity of psychologists and social workers of the Pop Center, seeking to address the gender reference and the power to act of these workers, as well as to conduct a study of the working conditions and health of these workers in this service. The theoretical framework came from the Activity Clinic and Activity Ergonomics. As a method, the research was divided into two parts: in the clinical stage, the Technique of Instruction to the Double (IaS, in Portuguese) was used in the search for access to workers' activity; in the quantitative stage, the psychological instrument ITRA - Inventory on Work and Risks of Illness was used in order to raise the working conditions and health of workers. The results of the clinical stage indicate a varied number of impediments to the workers' power of action, specially in terms of the absence of organizational intersectoral support. Two IaS were performed; the first one proposed as a focus problem of management of the daily space, due to conflicts; the second one turned to disputes/disagreements in the service; as aspects that favor the power to act, the bond with the service user was verified. In the quantitative stage, with data from 38 participants, explanatory importance was found, in a clustering procedure, for the following variables: Cognitive Cost, Affective Cost, Working Conditions and Work Organization. Elements of precariousness and risk of illness were also evidenced in the work of the Pop Center. These two parts of this study dialogue one to the other, suggesting aspects of limiting the professional's power to act, referencing the professional gender in an incipient way, and working conditions that offer risk to the health of professionals. The present study points to the need for a policy of valuing SUAS workers, greater articulation between intersectoral policies and improvements in working conditions for psychologists and social workers. 

Tesis
1
  • ISABEL LOPES DOS SANTOS KEPPLER
  • “DO NOT DELEGATE”: THE LEADERSHIP OF WORKING CLASS ADVOCATING HEALTH AND LIFE

  • Líder : OSWALDO HAJIME YAMAMOTO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA LUDMILA FREIRE COSTA
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • FILIPE MILAGRES BOECHAT
  • LUCIENEIDA DOVAO PRAUN
  • OSWALDO HAJIME YAMAMOTO
  • Data: 24-feb-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The field of Workers' Health (OSH) appeared in 1970 in Brazil and one of its premises is the "no delegation", which indicates a method to intervene in the health-work process, in which workers should not delegate health care to either the employer or the State, being fundamental elements to obtain effective achievements to eliminate harmful aspects of the health-work process. The aim of this thesis is to analyse the current obstacles to the realisation of the protagonism of the working class with regard to their care. As specific objectives, we propose: (1) to analyse, in the face of the transformations of work, what it implies to speak of protagonism of the workers today; (2) to study the experience of the metal workers in the ABC region in the decade of 1970 and 1980, identifying the formulations of the workers, via union, regarding the health agenda; and, finally, (3) to carry out a debate on the protagonism of the workers regarding the process of health-disease at work. To this end, we conducted (1) a theoretical study articulating Marx's categories with the OSH field and (2) confronting this analysis empirically with the particular case of the category metal workers in the ABC region, through (a) documental analysis of resolutions of the union's congresses and press on the worker's health agenda; (b) interviews with workers seeking union support in the face of a situation of illness/occupational accident. We point out the union's orientation towards the rank and file as a factor that made health appear as a daily expression of the capital-labour contradictions. This process not only served to intervene in the labour processes, but also showed the health agenda as a form of mobilisation, linking the struggle for higher wages with the struggle for working conditions.

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  • JULIANA TOLEDO ARAÚJO ROCHA
  • PSYCHOLOGY AND FAMILY LAW: ANALYSIS OF JUDICIAL FAMILY MEDIATION

  • Líder : MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MARIO FRANCIS PETRY LONDERO
  • SYMONE FERNANDES DE MELO
  • JOÃO PAULO PEREIRA BARROS
  • RAFAEL DE ALBUQUERQUE FIGUEIRO
  • Data: 13-abr-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The lawsuits of family courts have increased in recent years. This is explained by the growth of separations and parents need to seek the judiciary as a means of guaranteeing their rights, including to participate fully in their children's lives. Conflicting families tend not to make their own decisions: they turn to Justice for help, finding in the lawsuit the only communication channel to solve problems such as: divorce, alimony, children custody and paternity recognition. They expect compensation from the State for the inability to resolve their conflicts, which are mostly unsolvable by judicial decisions. Due to the current crisis in the judicial system, State Power has developed a public policy to implement Judicial Centers of Consensual Conflict Resolution (CEJUSC), using Conciliation and Mediation as an  interdisciplinary and institutionalized field of know-how. This research aims to analyze, from the perspective of Institutional Analysis, the practices of family mediators. Its specific objectives are: a) know the “orders” and “demands” made to mediators in their practices in Family Law; b) analyze forces (institutions) that go through the production of this demand, as well as the interventions proposed by the mediators and, c) identify which knowledge and technologies are operated by mediators. Methodologically, it adopts a qualitative perspective, using observation of the institutional reality and semi-structured interviews with family mediators in Paraíba’s capital. Analyzers have been elucidated and then the power lines that operated on this device were observed. The main analyzers found were: volunteering, female volunteering, precarious work and power hierarchies. Among the orders we have highlighted: relieve judiciary, give attention and comfort mediators. These report too much power of thejudiciary, as an institution that propagates positivity in its resolving policy, promising a faster and more humanized justice, when in practice, it makes the mediator's work precarious and it does not meet the true purpose of Mediation.

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  • LUCIANO ALVARENGA MONTALVÃO
  • WORKING ACTIVITY AND ITS CENTRALITY IN THE PSYCHODYNAMICS OF CHRISTOPHE DEJOURS: A METATHEORETICAL AND HISTORICAL INVESTIGATION


  • Líder : JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • LILIAM DEISY GHIZONI
  • JONNY JAVIER OREJUELA GOMEZ
  • EMÍLIO PERES FACAS
  • FLAVIO FERNANDES FONTES
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • Data: 14-may-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
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  • LÊDA MENDES PINHEIRO GIMBO
  • CLOSING A PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL AS AN EVENT: DEVELOPMENTS OF THE PSYCHIATRIC REFORM

  • Líder : MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • ANA CAROLINA RIOS SIMONI
  • SILVIO YASUI
  • SIMONE MAINIERI PAULON
  • Data: 31-may-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • From the beginning of the 1970s to the year 2016, in the municipality of Crato, located in the south of Ceará, the Santa Teresa Health House operated. It was opened in the scenario of intense financial investment in psychiatric establishments in the country, in line with hygienic parameters and with the segregation logic present in the modes of organization of cities and circumscription of the place of subjects in psychic suffering. In 2016 the hospital closed its doors and the effects began to be perceived, especially in the municipalities of Crato, Juazeiro do Norte and Barbalha, for which the House of Health served as a reference, with the proliferation of Therapeutic Communities and stagnation of RAPS in the region. Thus, the closing of the Santa Teresa Health Home is taken as an event - in the Deleuziana perspective - that helps us analyze the developments of the closing of an asylum in the city and in RAPS, in particular, in the scenario of advancing fascist policies, of war neoliberalism and economic and health crisis as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. With this objective, a cartographic survey was carried out that proposed to monitor the flows and developments of this event in the region, in conjunction with the analysis of the scenarios around the Barbacena asylum and the Cologne hospital in Rio de Janeiro, large asylums that also closed their activities. Many clashes were produced in the political-assistance field, in the madness-city relationship, with an update of the manicomial logic running through the ruins of the hospital apparatus. It was concluded that the updating of manicomial logic operates incessantly, requesting the reinvention of the ways of resisting. The deconstruction of the large asylums and their gradual replacement in the social fabric by devices that maintain the logic of exclusion, in times of political and health crisis calls for the recovery of memory to guide insurgencies and the creation of escape lines.

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  • LAIS BARRETO BARBOSA
  • O VENTO DOS AVOADOS AND THE CREATION PROCESSES IN MENTAL HEALTH: IN SEARCH OF AESTHETIC ATTENTION

  • Líder : ANA KARENINA DE MELO ARRAES AMORIM
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA KARENINA DE MELO ARRAES AMORIM
  • MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • ELIZABETH MARIA FREIRE DE ARAÚJO LIMA
  • MARIA INÊS BADARÓ MOREIRA
  • FLÁVIA HELENA MIRANDA DE ARAÚJO FREIRE
  • Data: 30-jul-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research aimed to analyze an experimentation process in the field of mental health in composition with the performing arts in its clinical, aesthetic and political dimensions, which became singular with the creation of the cenopoetic collective Vento dos Avoados. The interface of the fields of the arts, the clinical and the madness stands out in the Brazilian Psychiatric Reform process, highlighting the tendency to recognize the autonomy of the artistic-cultural field in relation to the psychiatric field. Thus, we seek to give visibility to an artistic language and its relationship with the psychosocial clinic. It is a research-intervention of cartographic inspiration, based on the Philosophy of Difference, on the authors of deinstitutionalization in mental health and on the theoretical-methodological contributions of the scenic arts, with an emphasis on Documentary Theater and performance. The research field consisted of scenic experiment workshops that had people from the Movimento Nacional de População de Rua do Rio Grande do Norte; users of the Rede de Atenção Psicossocial; members of the Associação Potiguar Plural; trainee students of the Psychology course at the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte; and two performing arts professionals – one of them being the researcher – as participants. As field records, we present the narratives of the autobiographical scenic performances created by the collective, the cartographic field diaries and sixteen narratives transcribed from a scenic exercise recorded on video, in addition to photographic records made by the researcher and some participants. The analyzes show us that, when performing their autobiographies, the participants were able to find joyful forgotten stories that overlapped the tragic narratives of their lives marked by processes of social exclusion, institutionalization and rights violations. These stories, remembered in their bodies, produced subjective displacements capable of generating new ways of being in the city, in public services and in the collectives of which they are part. In this way, they discovered another place in the city and in the relationship of their bodies in it. The results reveal that the connection between the fields of mental health, self-fictioned performances and the production of a psychosocial clinic based on the ethical-aesthetic-political paradigm fostered the creation of the “aesthetic care” tool-concept. Therefore, this research announces a significant contribution from the field of performing arts to ways of doing and thinking about the field of mental health as a political and aesthetic field.

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  • ANTONIA NATHALIA DUARTE DE MORAES
  • PSYCHOLOGY AND TRANSEXUALITY: KNOWLEDGE AND DISTANCE

  • Líder : GEORGIA SIBELE NOGUEIRA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GEORGIA SIBELE NOGUEIRA DA SILVA
  • ANNE CHRISTINE DAMASIO
  • MARLOS ALVES BEZERRA
  • RAÍSSA ÉRIS GRIMM CABRAL
  • JOÃO BOSCO FILHO
  • Data: 30-jul-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Although we have the psychologist as a mandatory professional in a work team that performs a significant part of the provision of care to transgender people, these experiences occupy little space for reflection in the field of psychological action, and the production in the area is carried out by few researchers. We wonder if this psychology professional is prepared to deal with the trans public and its characteristic demands. Therefore, the objective of this work is to understand the know-how that is being experienced in the practices of psychological care for trans people, in order to contribute to the construction of knowledge specific to psychology, more sensitive in the health care of the trans population. And as specific objectives we have: (a) know the practices of psychological care for trans people, from the perspective of trans people; (b) know the practices of psychological care for trans people, from the perspective of the psychologists who attended them; (c) investigate through which means (training, courses, readings, theoretical perspectives) knowledge about different gender identities was built by the interviewed psychologists; (d) investigate what is the conception of transsexuality by psychologists; e) identify good practices of psychologists in successful experiences of care in the conception of trans people. Qualitative research was used. As methodological strategies, we used an in-depth interview with a script and a field diary. The collaborators consisted of 5 people who declared themselves as transgender people and who underwent psychological care in Natal, and 5 psychologists from the city of Natal who attended trans people. The analysis and interpretation of the narratives was based on hermeneutic-dialectical principles that sought to interpret the context, reasons and logic of speeches, actions and interrelationships between groups and institutions. From the dialogue with the narratives, we reach three thematic axes: The construction of knowledge about gender identities in psychology; Revisiting psychotherapy with transgender people; and, Psychotherapy and transgenderism: what do we have to learn? In the first axis, we identify transsexuality understood as a fluid path, in transit, not in accordance with the cisnorm. But, we could also notice associations to suffering, some mistakes still in relation to language, to fundamental concepts of existence, mainly with regard to the sex-gender system, and sexuality/gender identity. Regarding education, there was a total absence of specific subjects in the undergraduate curriculum of our interviewees about gender and sexuality. In the second axis, we found that all respondents had negative experiences with the first professionals they sought, whereas in relation to the psychotherapists they were attending at the time of the interview, they only attribute positive meanings to these relationships. Regarding the professionals, fears and insecurities emerged in the face of a “new” demand, learning about gender takes place from practical experience and the transformation of personal and professional training into a psychotherapy that cures two. We also discuss the role of the psychotherapeutic report, diverging between guardianship and release. In the third axis we find an urgent need for more knowledge about the demands of gender in psychology training. The phenomenological suspension as an essential feature to get in touch with the demand, as well as the psychotherapist's attitudes of empathy, respect, acceptance, acceptance and openness and an emancipatory look. And, finally, the recognition that the discussion of gender identities concerns everyone, bringing as essential the personal process of therapy and/or self-knowledge and deconstruction of their own prejudices. Anchored in the principles of human rights, and understanding health as an inalienable right of everyone, this study hopes to provide reflections capable of helping psychologists who deal with transgender people in their daily work, bringing clues to the promotion of a more sensitive psychotherapy to the demands of non-cisgender people.

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  • JOATA SOARES COELHO ALVES
  • The meanings of work in the paths of transgender people

  • Líder : PEDRO FERNANDO BENDASSOLLI
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • JAQUELINE GOMES DE JESUS
  • PEDRO FERNANDO BENDASSOLLI
  • SÔNIA MARIA GUEDES GONDIM
  • TATIANA DE LUCENA TORRES
  • Data: 30-ago-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Transgender people (also called trans people), those who do not identify with the gender assigned to them at birth because of their biological sex, are the most marginalized, violated and excluded group in the LGBTI+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and other designations) population. In the world of work, this group faces denial of access to the formal market and compulsory insertion into prostitution and underemployment. Even in the face of the exclusion faced in the world of work, there are indications in the literature that work can be perceived as a source of autonomy, social inclusion, social rights, and identity reaffirmation. In view of this diversity of perceptions and representations, the goal of this research was to investigate the process of meaning of work in the experiences of trans people. From a theoretical and methodological point of view, we investigated the meanings of work from a semiotic-based cultural-historical perspective, using in-depth interviews focused on the life and work stories of the five protagonists interviewed as part of the study, two (2) trans women, two (2) trans men, and one (1) non-binary person. First, a semiotic mapping of the process of meaning of work in the trajectories of the protagonists was carried out. The results of this first stage of analysis pointed out that, from a cultural perspective, work was meant simultaneously as a source of exclusion and interdictions (especially in informality), and, in the face of the expectation of insertion in formality, of inclusion and guarantee of rights. From a personal point of view, the main meanings were, first, that of work as an avenue of protection against the violations and interdictions faced by transgender people in our society. Second, came personal meanings that understand work as a source of recognition, identity distinction, and social validation. Next, a semiotic model of the meaning of work in the experiences of transgender people was structured, based on the convergences and trends identified among the investigated trajectories. In this model, we highlighted: a) the impact of the experience of transphobic situations in family, social, and work contexts as determinants for the early insertion of trans people in the world of work; b) the concrete experiences and expectations and desires of trans people regarding the insertion in different work arrangements as mediators for the construction of meanings, and c) the meanings of work have several semiotic functions in the lives of trans people, especially to promote adaptation to the difficulties faced and to mitigate their subjective impacts on the trajectories. Finally, we identified thematic nuclei of meaning that appeared transversally in the analyzed trajectories. These cores were then discussed based on the literature about the work of the trans population, and social, economic, and cultural determinants, especially in the light of the reflections proposed by Work Psychology, by Cultural-Historical Psychology with a semiotic basis, and by Brazilian Transfeminism. By deepening the understanding of the meanings produced by trans people about work, we sought to offer academic contributions on the subject and subsidies that can contribute to policies and affirmative actions aimed at this group, especially with regard to social inclusion through work.

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  • TABITA AIJA SILVA MOREIRA
  • Homeless maternity and family separation

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • BEATRIZ BORGES BRAMBILLA
  • MARCOS ANTONIO BARBIERI GONÇALVES
  • RAFAEL NICOLAU CARVALHO
  • Data: 04-oct-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Brazilian history of child removals from families dates to colonial times. This approach was
    refined over time through the institutionalization of children from indigenous, black, and poor
    families. Therefore, this study intends to analyze the suspension or dismissal of custody of
    children of homeless women in Natal/RN. The method consisted of semi-structured
    interviews with representatives of 11 institutions, including eleven semi-structured interviews
    with four distinct groups that included representatives of social assistance services, health care
    services, the justice system, and two homeless couples. The data obtained were analyzed and
    organized into three themes based on thematic content analysis: (a) homeless pregnancies; (b)
    forcible separation and/or termination of parental rights; (c) motherhood and meritocracy. The
    results point to the absence of the State in providing concrete housing and income alternatives
    for mothers to remain with their children; the importance of solidarity networks and family
    support as forms of resistance to the separation of their children; the criminalization of
    women based on moralism and the use of drugs that. It is noted that homeless mothers and
    pregnant women are at constant risk of abduction and theft of their children by the State. It is
    necessary to denaturalize the conception that poor women are unfit to care for their daughters
    and sons through intersectoral actions aligned with the specific needs of this population.

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  • CARMEM PLACIDA SOUSA CAVALCANTE
  • "A DROP OF TEAR WETS THE LAUGHTER WHEN THE PRISONER RECEIVES FREEDOM": THE  SOCIO-EDUCATIONAL MEASURE BETWEEN RESPONSIBILITY AND PUNISHMENT

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MARIA DE FÁTIMA PEREIRA ALBERTO
  • MARIA HELENA ZAMORA
  • RENATA MONTEIRO GARCIA
  • RENATA RIBEIRO ROLIM
  • Data: 15-oct-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Penalties for adolescent offenders in Brazil are defined in the Child and Adolescent Statute (ECA) and in the National Social-Educational Service (SINASE), normative documents regarding the execution  of so-called socio-educational measures, aimed at adolescents that infringes. Since deprivation of  liberty is the most serious measure, as it removes the adolescent from their family and social life, it  was decided to understand this system within the state of Rio Grande do Norte (RN), in view of the  body responsible for the restrictive measures of liberty, the Socio-Educational Service Foundation  (FUNDASE), has gone through a Judicial Intervention process as a result of serious violations of the  rights of adolescents deprived of liberty. Therefore, the general objective of this research is to analyze  the judicial intervention imposed on the Fundação de Atendimento Socio-educativo do RN. And the  specific objectives are to analyze and identify the factors that contributed to the granting of the Judicial  Intervention process at FUNDASE, to analyze the concept of socio-education built during the judicial  intervention and to identify the socio-pedagogical and punitive elements present in the institutional  documents of the four deprivation units of freedom of the RN. To achieve these objectives, the  historical-dialectical materialism, inspired by Marxian social theory, was defined as a theoretical methodological contribution, bearing in mind the understanding that, behind every social phenomenon,  there are political determinations that support the ways in which structures the current society.  Therefore, the proposal of this research demonstrates a qualitative bias in its methodological design, in  which a documentary research was carried out, and a study divided into three stages was presented: (1)  analysis of the pre-intervention period; (2) procedural analysis of judicial intervention; (3) analysis of  the socio-pedagogical and punitive elements present in the institutional documents prepared during the  intervention measure. For the theoretical basis, a fruitful discussion was carried out on the concept of  socio-education and all its contradictions, as well as a deepening of prisons and their roles in today's  society, based on critical criminology, considering a discussion between what is defined as  accountability and as punishment in the socio-educational system, in addition to bringing to light  possibilities of less violating interventions. The results show that Judicial Intervention brought  improvements to the socio-educational system in Potiguar, especially with regard to administrative and  organizational issues. However, from the point of view of care, it was noticed that socio-education  follows the same line as the capitalist system, presenting a structural crisis that is reflected in the  materiality of the implementation of socio-educational measures. The contradiction between the  pedagogical and the sanctioning is part of this structural crisis. In addition, the analysis of institutional  documents shows that the measure of deprivation of liberty continues to be a hindrance for socio education, due to its violating character, which places the adolescent under the object perspective,  contrary to the logic of subject of rights advocated in the ECA . Finally, penal abolitionism is defended  to the detriment of prison, since prisons serve as a space of segregation for the population subordinated  by capital.

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  • DANIELE DE SOUZA PAULINO
  • The perezhivanie of discouragement among young graduates: A historical-cultural approach

  • Líder : PEDRO FERNANDO BENDASSOLLI
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARIA DA APRESENTACAO BARRETO
  • MARIA DE FÁTIMA PEREIRA ALBERTO
  • PEDRO FERNANDO BENDASSOLLI
  • SÔNIA MARIA GUEDES GONDIM
  • TATIANA ALVES DE MELO VALÉRIO
  • Data: 30-nov-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Youth unemployment is a constant in Brazil and in the world. In general, youth is the category most sensitive to economic crises, as well as the most exposed to the reality of unemployment and informality. In this context, despondency, that is, giving up for looking for an occupation reached in 2018, 2.4 million young people aged between 18 and 29 years, a number that tends to increase with the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, although discouragement has always been present among the youth segment, the academic debate on the subject is still restricted to a statistical definition and propositions that point to investment in qualification as an alternative to breaking with the condition. However, contrary to this perspective, the presence of discouragement among young people with higher education is a reality that points to the need to understand this phenomenon beyond its description. Therefore, from the scope of the culturalhistorical theory (THC) in conjunction with some assumptions of cultural psychology, the general objective of this work is to investigate the perezhivanie of despondency in the face of permanence in the place of non-work occupied by young people with University education. To achieve it, it is specifically intended, (a) to reconstruct the individual trajectory of the young person with regard to the sphere of work; (b) characterize the block of meaning in the face of discouragement and (c) apprehend the quadratic unit of meanings attributed by the young person in view of that permanence and the actions he develops to deal with that block of meaning. To this end, two case studies were carried out with young people in a state of dismay, by conducting five in-depth interviews with each of them using the methodological strategy Trajectory Equifinality Model (TEM). The interviews were transcribed and, based on them, the trajectory of each participant was reconstructed, an element that allowed the analysis of the experience of the despondency of each one in the absence of work. Finally, the findings are discussed in the light of (THC) and allow accessing discouragement in its complexity so that more effective alternatives can be devised by the young person to deal with their situation on a microgenetic level, as well as on a social and political level, broader, enable a more accurate and contextualized understanding of the phenomenon.

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  • JULIANA TEIXEIRA DA CÂMARA REIS
  • PROGRAMA TALENTO METRÓPOLE: IDENTIFICATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF TALENT IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • TATIANA IZABELE JAWORSKI DE SA RIECHI
  • DENNYS LEITE MAIA
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • TACIANA PONTUAL DA ROCHA FALCÃO
  • Data: 02-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The current moment is marked by large-scale global issues. However, societies do not seem to invest satisfactorily in the giftedness and talent of young people as an important way to deal with the complex socioeconomic, political, cultural and technological conditions of the 21st century. In this scenario, this thesis aims to characterize and present some results from the Metrópole Talent Program (PTM) linked to the Metrópole Digital Institute of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte. The PTM seeks to help gifted people develop talents in the field of information technology and, thus, build life trajectories that are beneficial to themselves and to society. Three studies were carried out, namely: 1) “Developing Talents: the experience of the Talento Metrópole Program”; 2) “Precursors for identifying adolescents with AH/SD in the Information Technology (IT) domain”; 3) “Life trajectories and milestones in the development of talent in adolescents and young adults in the IT domain”. Study 1 characterizes the Talento Metrópole Program (PTM), notably in terms of methodology for identifying and developing IT talents, basing itself on the developmental perspective of the Talent Development Mega-Model (Subotnik et. al 2011). Study 2 seeks to understand the different trajectories and specificities underlying the development of talent from the clinical-qualitative analysis of three cases, using the technique of narrative interviews. Study 3, in turn, investigated the prospective character of the instruments used for screening from the analysis of the precursor cognitive skills for the development of talent in the PTM: Intelligence (Raven´s Progressive Matrices test - General Scale); Prospecting Test, developed to assess general cognitive competencies and abilities in IT; Torrance Test (high school and undergraduate students) and test for Child Creativity (primary school students). It is believed that the results of this thesis will provide subsidies for the development of specific IT programs, with a view to the full development of talent, aiming not only at self-fulfillment, but also at proposing solutions to society's serious problems through research and innovation in IT.

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  • LAURA CAROLINA LEMOS ARAGÃO
  • The influence of socio-cultural and clinical factors on the cognitive profile of children and adolescent survivors of posterior fossa tumors

  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ALESSANDRA GOTUZO SEABRA
  • EDIANA ROSSELLY DE OLIVEIRA GOMES
  • FIVIA DE ARAUJO LOPES
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • RODRIGO DA SILVA MAIA
  • Data: 06-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Central Nervous System tumors are the most common pediatric solid neoplasms. The posterior fossa, notably the cerebellum, is the region with the highest incidence, where medulloblastomas and pilocytic astrocytomas are more frequent. Medulloblastomas are treated with neurosurgery (NC), systemic chemotherapy (QT) and cranio-spinal radiotherapy (RTX), while most astrocytomas require NC only. The survival range is achieved through sequelae on the development of survivors, especially associated with the neurotoxicity of anti-neoplastic treatment, to which damage to the integrity of the white matter (SB) is attributed. Different factors are added to this complex mosaic, with emphasis on sociocultural aspects, which, independently or superimposed, dialectically structure the development processes. The present work aimed to investigate the influence of sociocultural and clinical aspects on the cognitive profile of children and adolescent survivors of Posterior Fossa Tumors (PFT). The research was subdivided into three studies: 1) Influence of the maternal schooling on intellectual capacity in pediatric PFT survivors; 2) Memory investigation in pediatric PFT survivors; 3) Brain lesions in childhood: a case study of a malignant posterior fossa tumor. 37 subjects aged six to 16 years composed the clinical group and 25 subjects, the control group, paired 1:1 according to sex, age, type of school, and socioeconomic status of the participants in study 2. The Neuropsychological evaluation performed with the participants and the data analyzed used descriptive and inferential statistical tools. In study 1, we found that the type of treatment significantly influenced nonverbal cognitive functions of intellectual ability, while the maternal schooling variable was responsible for impacts on verbal dimensions. In study 2, we found that the clinical group submitted only to NC showed impairments, especially in the verbal working memory, while the broader mnemic impacts were related to the group submitted to antineoplastic therapies. Lower working memory performances were identified in children whose mothers had a lower level of education. In study 3, the neuropsychological profile of the child medulloblastoma survivor revealed relatively mild impairments considering the expected cognitive deficits for subjects treated by antineoplastic therapies. The findings suggest that the sociocultural conditions that permeated the child&#39;s development acted as protective factors against the emergence of more serious cognitive sequelae. Thus, the expressive complexity underlying the manifestation of the cognitive profiles presented by this population is highlighted and the central role of the variable maternal education is revealed.

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  • ARTEMIS PAIVA DE PAULA
  • “Animation complex as an indicator of infant development”

  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • CARLA ANAUATE
  • MARILDA GONÇALVES DIAS FACCI
  • POMPEIA VILLACHAN LYRA
  • SAMANTHA SANTOS DE ALBUQUERQUE MARANHÃO
  • Data: 09-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present research aims to investigate the existing theoretical knowledge about the concept of 'complex of animation' and its contributions, as an indicator of infant development, for interventions in psychology and neuropsychology. The concept of 'animation complex' was first introduced by Russian reflexology, and later incorporated by cultural-historical psychology within an approach to the psychological development of infants. From this perspective, it indicates that such transition from the 'post-natal' crisis period to a more stable 'first year' period and shows the emergence of a most evolved form of the main activity of this phase, namely, direct emotional communication. The expression of animation complex occurs between two and three months when, in response to interaction with another, the infant displays a set of behaviors that indicate his interest in communicative activity: animated body movements smiles, sounds, and concentration of attention on the adult. Thus, the "animation complex" is the main indicator of infant development and, therefore, it is important to understand such development of this complex and all its components, because this information can support evaluation and intervention processes in different developmental conditions. To achieve this goal, three theoretical studies with distinct objectives were outlined. The first one traces the genesis of the 'concept of complex animation' and its epistemic turn with the insertion in cultural-historical psychology. The second study compiles how the 'concept of animus complex' has been understood and used in the context of cultural-historical psychology and neuropsychology. Finally, the third study summarizes such understanding about the animation complex from a review of the most recent publications about the development process of the components of the animation complex.

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  • DANIELE CAROLINE LEÔNCIO FERREIRA
  • EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS AND BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIO-EMOTIONAL PROFILE OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS SURVIVORS OF POSTERIOR FOSSA TUMORS

  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CAROLINE DE OLIVEIRA CARDOSO
  • EDIANA ROSSELLY DE OLIVEIRA GOMES
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • RODRIGO DA SILVA MAIA
  • SAMANTHA SANTOS DE ALBUQUERQUE MARANHÃO
  • Data: 13-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Despite the high number of cases of childhood cancer, especially in the last 30 years, the improvement and effectiveness of therapeutic strategies have resulted in an improvement in the prognosis and a significant increase in the survival rates of this population. However, in the case of posterior fossa tumors (PFT), the expression of cognitive, behavioral and socioemotional sequelae that impact these children's academic performance and quality of life is evident. Thus, the general objective of this study is to investigate the executive functions and the behavioral and social-emotional profile of children and adolescents surviving posterior fossa tumors. The research includes 2 relatively independent studies: (1) Working memory of children and adolescents surviving posterior fossa tumors; and (2) Inhibition, behavior and social skills of pediatric patients surviving posterior fossa tumors. 24 subjects aged 6-16 integrated clinical group and 24 subjects formed a healthy control group, matched 1:1 according to sex, age, type of school and socioeconomic level. Participants were submitted to a neuropsychological assessment protocol, with results analyzed through descriptive and inferential statistical tools and clinical-qualitative analysis. In the first study, the results showed lower scores in working memory tasks in children with PFT. Children and adolescents treated with chemotherapy and radiotherapy had more severe damage. Additionally, the data showed that children whose diagnosis and treatment of PFT occurred before the age of 5 years showed more accentuated impairments in the verbal working memory. In the second study, the results indicated that pediatric TFP survivors present alterations in the inhibitory component, in social skills, in addition to the presence of behavior problems. More accentuated losses were verified in the group submitted to neurosurgery plus adjuvant therapy, when compared to the control group. Children and adolescents undergoing radiotherapy treatment showed a higher incidence of social withdrawal/depression, problems with social contact and attention fragility. It is expected to provide a better understanding of the nature and extent of the impact of the diagnosis and treatment of posterior fossa tumors on the cognitive, behavioral and socio-emotional development of the participants, who can serve health, education and family professionals who assist them. Therefore, it is intended to provide data that underlie the (a) proposition of effective and less harmful treatments to the Central Nervous System and the (b) development of intervention programs that minimize its adverse impacts, ensuring the children the full expression of their developmental potential.

15
  • HEDYANNE GUERRA PEREIRA
  • Literature as a psychological intervention resource for coping with childhood cancer

  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CAMILLA VOLPATO BROERING
  • CARMEM BEATRIZ NEUFELD
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • LUCIANA CARLA BARBOSA DE OLIVEIRA
  • SYMONE FERNANDES DE MELO
  • Data: 13-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • During cancer treatment, even with high rates of cure and survival, children need to deal with the possibility of their own death and with the finitude of treatment friends. In childhood, in addition to being painful, death is a difficult process to understand, as adults often find it difficult to talk about death with the child, as a way to protect them. As a result, there may be an increase in anxiety, loneliness and anguish, in addition to damage to child development. Therefore, it is hereby proposed the development and validation of a book about coping with the death of children that are friends of cancer treatment. For this purpose, seven steps were carried out: (1) definition of the book's theme; (2) delimitation and (3) organization of the book's content; (4) evaluation of the book's content by experts and target audience; (5) adequacy, (6) reassessment, (7) finalization and apresentation of book contente. These data were presented in four studies, which indicated that children with cancer, as well as families and professionals experience challenges, but they also develop during cancer treatment; theses situations can be experienced in a less painful and traumatic way, if those involved receive support and playful care. Furthermore, it was found that the content of the book drawn up from the studies carried out was considered 100% understandable and adequate, and predominantly clear for children aged six to 12 years. It was concluded that the book's content is for intervention in child grief in different contexts, that playful interventions represented protective factors and that the role of the adults is to accompany and provide support, helping the child to understand and express their emotions and learn to deal with the challenges inherent in the cancer context.

16
  • ROCELLY DAYANE TEOTONIO DA CUNHA
  • Science and Gender: the daily life of women researchers in Psychology

  • Líder : MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MARIA DA GRAÇA SILVEIRA GOMES DA COSTA
  • JOÃO PAULO PEREIRA BARROS
  • MARIA HELENA ZAMORA
  • MARIA JURACY TONELI
  • Data: 17-dic-2021


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research focuses on the relationship between science and gender, focusing on the impacts of scientific excellence requirements on the daily lives of PQ scholarship holders in Brazilian Psychology. A multi-method approach chosen in three stages was adopted: analysis of public domain data; Application of an electronic form and realization of semi-structured feature. These steps resulted in five studies, whose findings show that: a) in Psychology, women occupy proportionally fewer positions at the top of the career; b) the profile of the PQ scholarship holder in the area is white, cis, middle class, married, heterosexual and from the Southeast of the country and the main problems they face are related to the scenario of dispute and internal competition that has been intensifying in the context of S&T in the country and the current configuration of academic work marked by the overload of activities and functions, generating feelings of satisfaction and discouragement; c) these conditions determine impacts on the daily lives of the researchers, who, added to the domestic, family and conjugal demands, research the invention of multiples of conciliation; d) e, are associated with the expansion of vulnerability to psychological distress and other health problems; e) despite this, the adherence of PQ grantees from Psychology to the hegemonic individualizing rationality hinders the understanding that, in the current neoliberal and pandemic scenario, their social positions, once privileged by white privilege, have shifted towards the becoming black of the world, whose sharpness is observed in the marks of epistemicide, previously experienced only by black women. With this, it is concluded that as these professionals seek to meet the expectations of neoliberal rationalization, they fail to realize that nowadays, they can also be part of the set of (o) new (o) renegades (o).

2020
Disertaciones
1
  • ANA KELLY ADRIANO VIANA
  • THE UNION AND THE POLITICAL ORGANIZATION OF WOMEN IN THE WOMEN'S CLOTHING AND INTIMATE FASHION INDUSTRIES

  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • RUTH MARIA DE PAULA GONÇALVES
  • Data: 14-feb-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The Temer government, on 7/13/2017, approved Law 13,467 called Labor Reform that imposes the end of the mandatory union tax. This new legislation weakens the entities and aims to stop workers' resistance in withdrawing rights and setbacks. In his first months in office, Jair Bolsonaro (PSL) establishes Provisional Measure (MP) 873/2019 which provides in general rules that the union contribution discount authorization is not valid for approval in assembly, as it must be individual and express. It also includes that the union contribution must be paid by bank slip, no longer by wage discount. In this scenario of crisis and offensive against the rights of the working class, this project was justified by the need to study unions at this juncture, rescuing their role as instruments of political organization of the working class today, especially for working women. Our place of study was the Union of Workers of the Female Clothing and Textile Industry of Fortaleza (SINDCONFE), because this category has the face of many women who suffer from the exploitation and oppression that the capitalist system imposes on them. The objective was to analyze the political organization of women in the Women's Clothing and Textile Industry of Fortaleza. To account for the problem presented here and from the motivations that led us to it, we used the assumptions of materialism and dialectics as proposed by Marx and Marxist / materialist feminism, highlighting Saffioti's studies at national and international level ( 2015), Swan (2014), Davis (2016) and Kergoat (2010). Six women from the board were interviewed and documents used in union mobilizations were analyzed along with their category. The results were divided into three large blocks: the first concerning mobilizations against the Labor Reform and the Pension Reform; the second referring to the feminist struggle as a driver of women's organization in the union; and the third presents the problems of racism faced by the directors.

2
  • BRENDA ALBUQUERQUE ADRIANO DA SILVA
  • SOCIAL SUPPORT AND NEEDS OF MOTHERS OF HOSPITALIZED NEONATES IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT

  • Líder : EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • LUCIANA CARLA BARBOSA DE OLIVEIRA
  • NEUCIANE GOMES DA SILVA
  • Data: 17-feb-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • When neonates are hospitalized in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, puerperal women need specific care, especially when the baby is submitted to Neonatal Palliative Care. In this scenario, the needs and perceived social support of the accompanying mothers are important aspects for the assistance offered. The objective of this research is to compare the indicators of needs and social support perceived in mothers of neonates in Palliative Care and of mothers of newborns hospitalized in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. It is a quantitative, transversal and comparative study. A sample was adopted for convenience, consisting of thirty mothers from each group. The instruments used were: the sociodemographic and health questionnaire, the Inventory of Needs and Stressors of Family Members of Intensive Care and the Scale to assess the social support perceived by mothers of premature babies hospitalized. The results obtained demonstrated that there was no significant difference between the groups in relation to the needs, however with regard to social support there was a difference, mothers of newborns in Palliative Care perceived less social support. Thus, it is observed the importance of having a different look and specific strategies for the mothers with children in Palliative Care, such results can also contribute to the construction of interventions by the health team.

3
  • MONIQUE PFEIFER RODRIGUES DA SILVA
  • ETHICAL-POLITICAL SUFFERING IN EVERYDAY LIVES OF COMMERCIAL WORKERS IN THE SOUTH ZONE OF NATAL-RN

  • Líder : MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • SANDRA RAQUEL SANTOS DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 17-feb-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Natal’ Administrative South Zone was urbanized in the order to conceive tourism, commercial services and civil construction, about which hegemonic narratives and forms of occupation of the city are produced to attract foreign investments and appeal to consumption, with spatial segregation and reproduction of oppression. For Brazilian women, especially black and poor, their circulation in spaces evokes material and symbolic challenges. These injustices, resulting from the processes of social exclusion/perverse inclusion on the capitalist system, can be experienced as pain, affecting subaltern groups. This research aimed to investigate how the ethical-political suffering, as much as the forms of resistance, are expressed in the everyday life of female workers in commercial convenience and food establishments in the South Zone of Natal-RN. Field observations, research journals and analysis of implication constituted the initial phase of the study, which used a narrative interview script with a socio-demographic questionnaire as instrument. Narratives were produced after the interviews with 04 women with experience as attendant in the neighborhoods of Ponta Negra and Capim Macio. In their everyday lives, the production of ethical-political suffering was expressed based on gender, race, class and territorial disparities in the meetings between peripheral workers and clients of wealthy classes. Theses women feel fear, sadness, indignation and demotivation in face of sexual and racial discrimination; moral and sexual harassment; precarious work and obstacles to migrate between neighborhoods, aggravated by intersectional arrangements. Collective strategies and unsubmissive attitudes are common ways of resistance, although customer service is the priority in the establishments’ operation. The reproduction of subordinate places on which the costumers places these works reveals the colonial inheritances of subordination, exploitation and sexual objectification over the poor and racialized women. The narratives of historically invisible experiences express the contradictions of an excluding and intolerant urbanization and point out the need for intersectional perspectives to criticize it.

4
  • ALÉXIA THAMY GOMES DE OLIVEIRA
  • SCHOOL FAILURE IN MATHEMATICS IN HIGHER EDUCATION: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY IN THE LIGHT OF HISTORICAL-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY

  • Líder : HERCULANO RICARDO CAMPOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FERNANDO GUEDES CURY
  • HERCULANO RICARDO CAMPOS
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MARILDA GONÇALVES DIAS FACCI
  • Data: 28-feb-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Teaching and learning relationships are inserted directly or indirectly in international contexts of a new globalized economy, so that these relationships are permeated by international political-economic decisions; investments from countries with a strong economy and abdications from countries with a weaker economy. When we refer to courses in the technological area, an area that is very much viewed by the international market, we cannot ignore the context in which they were created, for what purpose and the issues involving the teaching of mathematics. technologies as a potential for economic growth in the countries, strategies for training qualified labor are thought of, and the educational processes involved, necessary for the full development of their students, are left in second place, which is expressed in the phenomenon of school failure in these courses. This research aimed to analyze determinants of school failure in mathematics in technological higher education, in the discipline of Pre-Calculation of Bachelor of Science and Technology in Natal / RN, from the perspective of Historical-Cultural Psychology. In the section on theoretical chapters, we first discussed the constitution of educational policies in Higher Education and the context for the creation of Interdisciplinary Bachelor's degrees, so that it is possible to visualize the international political context in which these courses are inserted. Then, we articulate the discussion about the history of mathematics as an area of knowledge historically permeated with divergences and how this history contributes to the phenomenon of school failure in mathematics in the context of Higher Education; and, finally, we discuss the social function of the school (in this research, of the university), its importance in the appropriation of scientific concepts by students for Higher Psychological Processes and the damages caused when this non-appropriation. The second part will consist of data from the research carried out in the Pre-Calculation discipline of the Bachelor of Science and Technology course, which is composed of basic mathematical content; it is introductory to the course and has the highest failure rates among students. This research takes a look at the phenomenon of school failure in mathematics in Higher Education, from the theoretical point of view of Historical-Cultural Psychology, thinking about the training model of these students and their development. The results point mainly to poorly qualified pedagogical mediation processes; distancing relations between teachers, students and other collaborators and an urgent need for investment in collaborative actions involving the various actors of the institution.

     

5
  • DANILO COLATINO FERREIRA
  • Practices of inclusion and social representations about workers with disabilities in the public service of higher education institutions located in northeastern Brazil.

  • Líder : TATIANA DE LUCENA TORRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • HENRIQUE JORGE SIMÕES BEZERRA
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • TATIANA DE LUCENA TORRES
  • Data: 06-mar-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In the present study, I analyze the social representations about disabled workers for people with disabilities, their managers and co-workers, considering their practices of inclusion in the public service in Higher Education Institutions located in the Northeast of Brazil. This being the general objective for which, based theoretically and methodologically on the Theory of Social Representations, the research for the construction of this dissertation was systematized in three axes: 1. Construction of the theoretical framework based on the narrative review and documentary research; 2. Integrative review of studies defended in Brazil at the graduate level on the work of people with disabilities in the public service; 3. Narrative interviews with workers with and without disabilities, in three Northeastern Universities, with the intention of identifying and analyzing social representations about workers with disabilities. After analyzing the narratives with the aid of textual analysis software, the results showed that work was characterized as a need for social affirmation of workers with disabilities, being a source of pleasure, recognition, and socialization that seems to be felt effectively by the people interviewed. The difficulties experienced by workers are shared by people with and without disabilities, namely: inadequate working conditions and bureaucracy in work processes. It is concluded that the social representations of the TCD had justifying functions, since for the PCD the TCD have the same working conditions and difficulties faced by the TSD. And when some difficulties present themselves to the TCD, they believe that it is characteristic of such people to overcome and strengthen themselves in the face of situations. In addition, TSDs believe that quota policies are essential to guarantee conditions "equal" to PCDs, an aspect not so emphasized by disabled workers themselves. Inclusion is seen differently from insertion, both by the TCD and the other interviewees, and for all, access to work is an important tool, however there is a need for adjustments in public policys and better administrative adjustments that enable the autonomy of workers in the search for jobs. better perform their activities, whether TCD or TSD.

6
  • AMANDA DE MEDEIROS LIMA
  • SPECIAL TESTIMONY AND SPECIAL LISTENING: ANALYSIS OF IMPLEMENTATION IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF NATAL-RN

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ANDREA BARBOSA MAUX
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • SYMONE FERNANDES DE MELO
  • Data: 20-mar-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research has as object of study the implementation of law no 13.431 / 2017, which establishes two methodologies of listening in the child and adolescent protection network, for children and adolescents victims or witnesses of violence: the Special Testimony (ST), which consists of the hearing before court or police authority, and the Specialized Listening (SL) carried out in the other organs of the protection network. Such methodologies seek to avoid secondary victimization of the victim, and have raised concerns among the actors responsible for their execution. Given this scenery, the research aims to analyze the implementation of SL and ST in the city of Natal-RN. In order to subsidize it, the three specific objectives were built: 1. to analyze the actors' conception of ST and SL; 2. investigate how the implementation of the law reverberates in the work of professionals; 3. identify the possibilities and challenges in articulating the network with regard to ST and SL. For this, the study, inspired by historical-dialectical materialism, and using the qualitative methodology was divided into two stages: 1. participant observation during meetings to prepare the service flowchart; 2. conducting eight semi-structured interviews with professionals involved. The data were organized and categorized using the Qualitative Data Analysis Software and subsequently analyzed using the Constant Comparative Method. In this way, it was possible to identify a tension between the professionals of that network, who differ in their conceptions about the proposed law. The lack of training of the actors in the network to deal with the new methodologies, signals another fact that reinforces the challenges faced in the implementation of the legislation, as well as the disciplinary confrontation that is recurrent between the legal sciences and the others. It is expected, therefore, with this investigation to contribute to the work of professionals and, consequently, to be supporting in the protection of children and adolescents.

7
  • ROSANE HELENA CARDOSO DE MELO
  • Suffering, mental disease and power of action: a case study with public servers of the labor judiciary

  • Líder : TATIANA DE LUCENA TORRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MANUELA CASTELO BRANCO PESSOA
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • TATIANA DE LUCENA TORRES
  • Data: 01-sep-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The objective of this work was to analyze the health-mental illness process of the hearing court hearing secretaries of Paraíba, having as a theoretical-methodological contribution the Clinic of the Activity. It was a descriptive and clinical-interventional study, sequential multimethods, with a qualitative approach, in which I used documentary analysis, observation, conducting semi-structured interviews on professional history and aspects of the activity related to health, and the instructional technique to the double. All ethical precepts were respected. Among the results, I highlight that: (a) the quality of the interpersonal relationships established in the work activity is related to the maintenance of the mental health of the audience secretaries; (b) the excess of assignments, the impossibility of counting on peers and taking breaks during the execution of tasks appear to be linked to frames of anxiety and stress, favoring experiences of suffering and impotence in relation to work; (c) the weakening of collectives and the professional gender may be opening the way for the loss of health of these professionals; on the other hand, (d) some interesting ways of escaping the limitations of the activity are noticeable through the instruments that the participants create or that are used to circumvent them, reinvent themselves, personalize the activity. As a way of protecting the mental health of these workers, I point out the need for greater articulation of the collectives as a resource for coping with difficulties, for institutional interventions that favor interpersonal relationships and cooperation, in addition to arrangements that enable the relay among audience professionals.

8
  • SEBASTIÃO ELAN DOS SANTOS LIMA
  • Premature motherhood, social support and needs of mothers of newborns hospitalized in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

  • Líder : EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • LUCIANA CARLA BARBOSA DE OLIVEIRA
  • NILBA LIMA DE SOUZA
  • Data: 02-sep-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Motherhood is a period of existential transition of great significance to women. In this sense, when there is a premature delivery, the mother needs to adapt to the new reality and connect with a child different from the one idealized during pregnancy and that needs support with hospitalization in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. In this critical period of life, social support becomes paramount, as well as the satisfaction of the postpartum woman's needs in motherhood. The aim of this research is to investigate the experience of premature motherhood and its link with social support and needs of mothers of preterm hospitalized neonates. This is an analytical, quantitative and cross-sectional study conducted with 90 mothers. The instruments used were: sociodemographic and clinical questionnaire of the mother and newborn, a structured interview, the inventory of needs and stressors of intensive care family members and the scale of evaluation of perceived social support. The results showed that mothers experience premature motherhood with many fears, insecurities and sadness due to the possibility of death or worsening of the newborn's health. Family, partner and health team support proved to be relevant during hospitalization. Regarding the social support instrument, a high score of all dimensions was evidenced, affective and material support were the highest scores. Regarding the needs, all resulted in a high degree of importance, with the dimensions of security and information better scored. It is verified that an empathic, humanized and welcoming care should be extended beyond the care of the newborn, when it is constructed care strategies that consider the experience of having a premature maternity, that strengthens the social support network, the bond of the mother with the baby and the team and identify their needs, favoring a more satisfactory experience during the hospitalization period.

9
  • MARINA LUIZA PEREIRA GUIMARÃES
  •  URBAN POLICIES IN CONTEMPORANEITY: EVERYDAY LIFE EXPERIENCES AT AN OPEN STREET MARKET IN THE CITY OF NATAL


  • Líder : MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MARCELO DE ALMEIDA FERRERI
  • LÁZARO BATISTA DA FONSECA
  • MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • Data: 16-nov-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The current master dissertation aimed to investigating some expressions that the experience displays in the scenario of the city, especially those that take the everyday scenes of an open street market in Natal, Rio Grande
    do Norte. In the experiments carried out in the heart of the city, the research also attempts to discuss the reverberations of urban policies currently affecting the capital of Rio Grande do Norte in its daily functioning. Thus, we selected the open street market of Alecrim (Feira do Alecrim), which takes place in a homonymous neighborhood, in the east of Natal. This place is listed as an important and traditional neighborhood, and its open
    street market consists of the most traditional in current operation in the city. This study is composed by an ethnographic inspiration and relied on the composition of narratives and images as research tools. Using experience as an operative concept and, mainly, based on the propositions of Walter Benjamin and Michel Foucault, the research constructions discuss the connection of people in the spaces and practices related to the open street market, which is credited with promoting to the support of popular tradition in the city and to strengthen the dissemination of its spaces as public ones, by introducing diversity into the urban scenario. In the
    same fashion, based on proposals made by Michel de Certeau, everyday minutiae are inventoried by which the city operates, using its spaces of diversified, creative and multiple forms, regardless of life and urban territory management devices, demarcated in attempts to regulate disorder at the open street market. In these everyday experiences, inventive and astute ways of resisting prescriptions and regulations are forged in the different ways of doing an open street market and being a marketer, or in the plurality of relationships that take place there, making the nets of the open street market and the city the places of multiplicity and creativity, expanding the possibilities of expression and occupation in/of the city.

10
  • SUZANI GABRIELLI DE LIMA E SOUSA
  • Work and subjectivities: the unemployed womem experience

  • Líder : FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIRLA CISNE ÁLVARO
  • Data: 19-nov-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research seeks to analyze the experience of women through unemployment. The materialist

    feminism was used as a theoretical-methodological approach, considering the sexual division of labor

    and social relations of sex; and Historical-Cultural Psychology, from the perspective of Vygotski, in

    what involves the concepts of senses, meaning and experience. In-depth interviews were carried out

    with 14 unemployed women in involuntary situations of non-paid work, due to lack of job

    opportunities or who work irregularly/occasionally, with a desire to get a formal job. Contact with

    these women took place at a public employment agency in Natal/RN. The participants reports were

    categorized and processed with the aid of the QDA Miner statistical qualitative analysis software, and

    analyzed from the meaning cores. In this study, it was concluded that the feelings of women facing

    unemployment are: frustration, guilt, sadness, anguish, uselessness, impotence, unproductivity,

    incapacity and anger. The main barriers faced when looking for a job are: the financial difficulty to

    participate in selection processes; preference for candidates with experience in the intended role; lack

    of job opportunities; the disparities between the desired position and professional qualification; in the

    obstacle of having a child; and giving priority to the most qualified professionals. In addition, being a

    woman in the world of work includes: experiencing the challenge of a double working day; suffering

    prejudice to the detriment of maternity leave; and living with different requirements in the work

    environment and in selective processes. In addition, women made it clear that they are working in

    precarious jobs, have a low level of education and have low social prestige, with many of these work

    links being associated with care activities, in addition to recurring commitments and interruptions in

    their professional careers due to responsibilities in the domestic sphere.

11
  • JULIANA MAIA SOUTO
  •  Emerging Adulthood and Meaning of work in the transition University- Job Market


  • Líder : FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • MANUELA CASTELO BRANCO PESSOA
  • MARIA DA APRESENTACAO BARRETO
  • Data: 24-nov-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The transformations in working world and its precarious conditions about the existence and labor activity has affected, especially, youg adults in their educational and labor paths, and in their process to become adulthood. The difficulty of this group in assuming the adulthood status and accomplish their life project has caused differents dynamics in youth trajectories, characterized by unpredictability and fragemented paths. In this way, to investigates this complex and dynamic life’s period, some researches are concerned with the goal about analyzing the trajectories of youth in the transformations context, based on educational work paths. Among this theories, the Emergin Adulthood has gained prominence, considerig the goal of analyze the psychological and objective aspects of this period of live. In this context of uncertains and minimun public policies for young people, it has become important to identify how the meanigs about the changes of working world have influenced the development youth trajectories. Therefore, our goal is to investigate the meanings attributed to working during tha transition to adulthood and its relation with the phenomenon of emerging adultood. This is a quantitative research, that was aimed at young people in transition “university-labor market” in the last year of graduation and recent graduates aged between 18 and 29 years. In total, 272 young people answeared a personal and social survey, an ESAT-BR and IDEA-BR. The results demonstrated a possible relation between the dimensions of emerging adulthood and the meaninngs of work, idicating that youg people perceive work as an importante resource to deal with the transition to adulthood. Furthermore, the association between sociodemographic variables and the investigates constructs showed that other factors are related to these phenomenon, explained by it complexity.


12
  • LÍVIA REBOUÇAS DA COSTA
  • EVEN A WHITE AND RICH PERSON MAKE MORE MISTAKES THAN WE, WHO IS POOR, BLACK AND TATTOOED!”: THE RACE-SEX-CLASS OVERLAP AND ETHICAL-POLITICAL SUFFERING IN FEMALE FEMALE SOCIO-EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CECÍLIA NUNES FROEMMING
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • SILVANA MARA DE MORAIS DOS SANTOS
  • Data: 09-dic-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • From the slavery period to the present day, Brazilian elites have maintained their privileges at the expense of controlling, disciplining, oppressing and exploiting subalternized groups, being the black and peripheral women the most affected. Such functioning is engendered in the structuring social relations - characterized by the conflicts and contradictions between the different sexes, races and social classes - that support the production and reproduction of the cisheteropatriarcal-racist-capitalist system. In it, the State has managed the consequences of the “social issue” through the criminalization of people considered not only undesirable, but, above all, disposable, being the majority target of this phenomenon, the poor and black youth. However, within this group, there is still a differentiated intensification of the process of oppression / exploitation: girls who are under a socio-educational institutionalization. Based on the concreteness of social inequalities, the lack of access to fundamental rights and structural violence, the perverse exclusion / inclusion binomial is forged, marked by affections that conjure up suffering that is expressed collectively and through feelings such as humiliation and guilt. This dynamic attests to the lack of commitment of society and the State to subordinate groups, thus making this suffering characterized as ethical-political, which will exist as long as the cisheteropatriarcal-racist-capitalist system is in force. Thus, based on the Marxist Feminism perspective to understand reality, the question was: how do the ethical-political suffering and the sex-race-class overlap are articulate in the lives of adolescents and young people who are deprived of their freedom? As a general objective, we have: to analyze how the ethical-political suffering, in interface with the sex-race-class overlap, permeates the experience of deprivation of freedom for adolescents and young women; and as specific: a) observe the institutional dynamics that permeates the experience of deprivation of liberty for adolescents and young people; and b) analyze, from the narratives of adolescents and young people, the presence of sex-race-class overlap in interface with ethical-political suffering as constituents of their subjectivation processes. The study was carried out in a socio-educational unit for female institutionalization, with adolescents and young people aged 14 to 20 years. As methodological tools for surveying content in the field, participant observation and photovoice were used. In the analysis, articulating with the aforementioned theoretical lenses, the following nuclei of meaning were built: a) of the affectation for being inside the unit; and b) the affectation of being and feeling of being. It was observed that the ethical-political suffering, in articulation with the sex-race-class overlap, is built, in the experience of the girls in the unit: by the punitive logic in detriment of the socio-educational, by the distance of their families, by the existence of sexual taboos on women, for the absence of freedom and for the occurrence of discrimination, expressed intensely by police violence. It is concluded that the cisheteropatriarcal-racist-capitalist ideology works by effecting violations of rights and victimizing a public that should be protected as a priority, being urgent the establishment of collective struggles of feminist, anti-racist and anti-capitalist nature.

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  • GINETTA KELLY DANTAS AMORIM
  • “DON'T LET ME DIE FROM HUNGER”: NUTRITIONISTS AND NON FEEDING PATIENTS IN PALLIATIVE CARE IN LIFE TERMINALITY SITUATIONS


  • Líder : GEORGIA SIBELE NOGUEIRA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GEORGIA SIBELE NOGUEIRA DA SILVA
  • SANCHA HELENA DE LIMA VALE
  • MARIA JÚLIA KOVÁCS
  • Data: 10-dic-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Palliative Care (CP) corresponds to an approach that promotes quality of life for patients and their families, in the face of a disease that threatens life. Food is part of this care, and it is recommended for advanced disease to offer comfort and pleasure. In food and nutritional care in CP , it is also possible to not feed the patient in specific situations, a conduct fraught with discussions. In order to understand how nutritionists deal with the (non) food and nutrition of their patients in CP in situations of terminal life, we conducted a qualitative research with 7 nu-tricionistas who deal with this situation in practice. We use narrative interviews and workshops with projective scenes as methodological tools. The interpretative analysis was anchored in Gadamerian Hermeneutics. In the dialogue with the narratives, we identified that death in personal life is considered natural, but charged with suffering, and death in the professional routine transitions between feeling of powerlessness and the redefinition of the role of care, being still absent in the training of nutritionists. The meanings of food speak of the promotion of care and respect for the patient's food history; the concept of  CP  shows the promotion of quality of life until the proximity of death, minimizing discomfort and understanding the role of food in addition to recovery, including pleasure, comfort and loving care. The challenges of food and nutritional care before the end are many and are expressed in the limits of the protocols, in the quest to guarantee the quality of life for the patient and in the exhaustion of therapeutic strategies of nutritional and nutritional conduct. On the other hand, in view of the proximity of death, spirituality appears as a means of coping, as well as the possibility of offering comfort until the end enhances the discovery that it is possible to take care without feeding.

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  • LUANA BEZERRA PINHEIRO
  • Sustainable lifestyles: the process of change in the search for coherence

  • Líder : RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA PAULA SOARES DA SILVA
  • MARIA DA GRAÇA SILVEIRA GOMES DA COSTA
  • RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • Data: 14-dic-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The ecological crisis, which is related to the determinations of the capitalist system, stands out as one of the most worrying themes in the study of person-environment relationship. We are immersed in an unsustainable way of life that sees nature and people as resources. For decades, groups of people have been looking for lifestyle alternatives that reduce their impact on the environment. Lifestyle, in this perspective, refers to the set of effective, deliberated, and anticipated actions that result in the preservation of nature. Thus, the question is: how are the experiences of people who have changed their thinking and practices, living a sustainability-oriented lifestyle? To answer this question, this paper investigates the experiences of people who have been building in their trajectories visions and behaviors that constitute sustainable lifestyles. Participated in this research people who develop permaculture practices - a science that aims at creating cycles of energy use and mutual social and environmental benefit in the construction of sustainable human habitations. The investigation took place at a national permaculture meeting in Cariri - CE. The grounded theory was used as a theoretical-methodological approach of interpretative and qualitative basis. It focuses on the creation of conceptual schemes through the construction of abductive data analysis. Semi-structured interviews and field diaries were used. The 10 participants were selected via indication / peer evaluation. The results showed that the motivating issues of lifestyle changes are related to a concern with environmental degradation, socioeconomic issues, and the gender debate. All this led to the construction of a life purpose aligned with a search for socioenvironmental justice, conscious eating, and personal development related to self-knowledge and spirituality. The participants talked about an internal and later external sensitization and transformation, emphasizing that they were looking for coherence. The proposed discussions contribute socially and ethically-politically to advances in understanding behaviors in the face of the human-environmental crisis.

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  • BURNIER SALES DE SOUSA
  • Social assistance and the new tendencies of subsumption of work to capital: an analysis from the policies of activation to work


  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANGELA SANTANA DO AMARAL
  • ANTONIO EUZEBIOS FILHO
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 21-dic-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • With the exponential increase in unemployment, informality and the implementation of various forms of precarious work that further subordinate the working class, social assistance assumes the role of poverty management in contemporary capitalism. This poverty management led by social assistance occurs through the implementation of income transfer programs and policies for activating work. This fact reconfigures this policy as elementary in meeting the social and material needs of the working class under a strong individualist apparatus, which transfers to the working class the responsibility of dealing with its context of impoverishment and precariousness of its work. In light of this, the objective was to analyze the centrality of social assistance in the management of reproduction of the working class, through policies of activation to work, and its relationship with the working conditions in contemporary capitalism. A bibliographic study and survey of documentary and statistical data was carried out, with the purpose of understanding the object of study in question, the intersection between social assistance and work through the policies of activation to work, in its multiple determinations. The main results point to the increasingly deep relationship between social assistance and work, which is updated in the context of contemporary capitalism, through the cult of individualism, the bet on professional qualification and the myth of entrepreneurship as escape routes from the conditions of poverty of the working class. Furthermore, the data show that the scenario put on the job market to absorb these users is an intense precariousness of work, an increase in informality as a rule and a low salary. It is concluded that, social assistance assumes the role of launching the users that are necessarily served to the contexts of precarious work, through the policies of work activation.


Tesis
1
  • LAURISTON DE ARAÚJO CARVALHO
  • LIFE TRAJECTORY AND INVOLVEMENT IN SOCIAL EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM FACTIONS IN RN

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA VLÁDIA HOLANDA CRUZ
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • NELSON GOMES DE SANT'ANA E SILVA JUNIOR
  • PEDRO HENRIQUE ANTUNES DA COSTA
  • Data: 07-ago-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The constitution of the so-called criminal factions in Brazil should be analyzed under the optics of the
    mass incarceration resulting from the neoliberal economic policy of the beginning of 1990 decade. In
    this conjuncture, the penal system selectivity, the criminalization of black and poor youth, as well as
    the war against drugs policy, are issues to take into account, which cross the problem of factions
    formation as a product of the Brazilian penitentiary system. In the specific case of Rio Grande do
    Norte (RN), these faction, which first were organize in the penitentiary system, also entered the socio
    educative system, directly influencing the management of the units and recruitment of the internteenagers. About this reality, concerning the teenagers, the references to the groups are all over the
    unit, since the preliminary self-identification with the factions, culminating in the separation of the
    accommodations, the symbolic marks expressed as drawings on the dormitory walls and clothes, until
    the music heard and sung that refer to the group and its leaders. Some teenagers mark their own body
    with the factions’ symbols, something similar to self-mutilation with precarious artifacts as a tattoo,
    which leave the skin raw. The rules of some factions prevent the early admission of teenagers,
    however, it can be observed in the units of deprivation of freedom of the socio educative system a
    strong felling of belonging and desire to join these groups. Thus, we question how the felling of
    belonging is built and how the life trajectory of these teenagers coincide with joining the factions. In
    this direction, once belonging the group, we question which factors contribute to the permanence of the
    teenagers in the factions. From this, we intend with this research deepen the knowledge about the life
    trajectory of the teenagers who wish to belong to a faction or who are already members, so know the
    multiple factors contributing to the entering and permanence of them in these groups. Thus, the general
    objective of this work is to analyze the life trajectories of the teenagers from the socio educative
    system of RN, in order to understand the factors contributing to the entering and permanence of them
    in the factions. As specific objectives, this work aims: (a) to analyze if/how the criminalization process
    in the life trajectories of the teenagers contribute to their recruitment by the factions; (b) understand the
    specificities of the teenagers recruitment by the factions before and after they enter the socio educative
    system; (c) understand how the teenagers feeling of belonging to the factions is built and manifests; (d)
    describe how are the institutional relations in the face of the recruitment of the young by the factions.
    Male teenagers in probation regime from the Centro Educacional Pitimbu – CEDUC Pitimbu –
    Parnamirim/RN will take part in this research. The data collection will be divided in two moments: 1.
    First, it will be performed Focal Groups, with six to ten participants per group, aiming to identify
    general questions about the factions, type of involvement with these groups and link building of the
    researcher with the teenagers; 2. After this, it will be performed In-Depth Interviews passing through
    various themes crossing the general objective of the research, which help reach a better understanding
    of their life trajectories and the criminalization processes and are pertaining to the young. The
    teenagers’ narratives will be fully recorded and transcribed, analyzed in a critical perspective, in the
    light of the historical materialism, which understands the phenomena in its historicity and social
    context of production. Lastly, it is expected as results of the work: a better understanding of the issue
    about the life trajectory of the teenagers and their joining and permanence in the factions; provide data
    to the socio educative units professionals that help them to deal with this phenomenon in the units and,
    foster activities and dialogic spaces in the socio educative units which allow the teenagers autonomy
    and free expression.

2
  • FERNANDA CAVALCANTI DE MEDEIROS
  • On the razor's edge: between guaranteeing rights and social hygiene in policies to assist the population living in street.
  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FERNANDO SANTANA DE PAIVA
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • TADEU MATTOS FARIAS
  • Data: 22-sep-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The population living in street (PSR) represents one of the most perverse expressions of the social issue, and is a phenomenon that intertwines economic, political and social factors. It is a segment historically (in) viewed by the Brazilian State, which, since its political organization in the mid-2000s, has achieved legal advances in terms of guaranteeing its rights. These rights are materialized, albeit initially and with weaknesses, mainly through the Social Assistance policy. Considering that such a policy goes in a moviment against the current neoliberal offensive, it is important to analyze how a social court policy aimed at the most marginalized in the country has been operating. Thus, the present work sought to analyze the social assistance assistance to the PSR and the access of this segment to social policies in the state of Rio Grande do Norte. This research was anchored in dialectical historical materialism and was organized based on two main studies: conducting conversations with professionals from the social assistance services for PSR and interviews with members of the National Movement of Street People in Rio Grande do Norte (MNPR / RN). After transcribing the audios, content analysis was performed, and the data were organized into six categories: ways of life and connection with the street; o SUAS and the people living in street; criminalization and social hygiene of the PSR; PSR service through the public policy network; political organization of the PSR; impacts of the new Brazilian conjuncture for SUAS and PSR. It is hoped that the theoretical elements constructed in this research can contribute to subsidize technical intervention in social policies aimed at serving the public in question. In general, it was possible to conclude that, despite the importance of creating services for PSR in SUAS, it is necessary to advance in the design and implementation of these social policies, moving away from the hygienism and criminalization that mark the performance of the State with this public towards practices that actually recognize and guarantee rights. 

3
  • IANNY FELINTO MEDEIROS DE AZEVEDO
  • The suicide try and the potiguar Seridó: a study in the light of heideggerian hermeneutic phenomenology

  • Líder : ELZA MARIA DO SOCORRO DUTRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA ANDREA BARBOSA MAUX
  • ANA KARINA SILVA AZEVEDO
  • ANA MARIA MONTE COELHO FROTA
  • ELZA MARIA DO SOCORRO DUTRA
  • SYMONE FERNANDES DE MELO
  • Data: 30-oct-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The phenomenon of suicide runs through the history of humanity and many authors have dedicated themselves to studying it. Thinking about this phenomenon in the territory of Rio Grande do Norte, we observed high rates in the municipality of Caicó, Seridó Region of the State. This region makes up the northeastern semiarid, a region that has been eroded by the exploitation of natural resources and drought. Despite these characteristics, one of the best Human Development Indexes (HDI) of the State emerges, showing the historical struggles of the population for better living conditions. Seridó also has in its history and culture remarkable characteristics of religiosity and political struggles. This work aims to understand the experience of the suicide attempt in the region of Seridó in Rio Grande do Norte. Such a study is configured as phenomenological-hermeneutic research, inspired by Heidegger's ontology. Five survivors of the suicide attempt, living in the municipality of Caicó-RN, were interviewed. The analysis of the material included the collaborators' narratives and the researcher's affectation, through the phenomenological-hermeneutic interpretation. The results of the study showed the meanings of the experience of giving up living in the Northeastern semiarid region. We realize the presence of historicity building meanings for the people residing in the Seridó. The interpretations of the narratives presented reports of feelings of meaninglessness, fear of social judgments, love conflicts, guilt and sadness feelings, among others. We reflected on aspects of the region's culture that are interspersed in the collaborator's speeches, as well as the constant struggle to stay alive in the face of an intense desire to not live. We hope that the existential approach to the ontological condition experienced by these people, during their suicide attempts, will contribute to a new look at the phenomenon of suicide.

4
  • AMANDA DE LOURDES BERNARDO GUERRA
  • THE BRAZILIAN VERSION OF THE CHILD EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS BATTERY (CEF-B): PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES AND EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT PROFILE OF CHILDREN FROM THE NORTHEAST OF BRAZIL

  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • TAREK BELLAJ
  • ARNAUD ROY
  • JEAN-LUC ROULIN
  • DANIELA SACRAMENTO ZANINI
  • DIDIER LE GALL
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • LEANDRO FERNANDES MALLOY-DINIZ
  • Data: 13-nov-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Currently, the neuropsychological assessment of executive functions (EF) has been the object of increasing research interest. In Brazil, the number of publications regarding both EF neuropsychological tests and scientific productions, has increased substantially. Despite advances, there is still remarkable dissatisfaction with the validation and standardization of available EF measures, as well as a lack of specific batteries for the evaluation of EF in the pediatric population in Brazil. This limitation hinders the characterization of the typical development of EF in Brazilian children and limits the knowledge about the semiology of EF disorders in children. Considering this scenario, this thesis aims to provide Brazilian researchers and professionals with a battery of psychometric tests developed in France and simultaneously adapted to different cultures, namely, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, Ecuador and Brazil: the Child Executive Functions Battery (CEF-B). This study consisted of a continuation of the translation and adaptation process initiated at the master's level. The main objectives of the thesis were designed through three complementary perspectives: developmental, cultural and clinical. From a clinical perspective, we aimed to analyze the psychometric properties of the Brazilian version of the CEF-B and to characterize the development profile of EF in children in the Northeast of Brazil. In addition, we performed a critical analysis of the instruments available for clinical evaluation of EF in the Brazilian pediatric population. Regarding cultural and development objectives, this study also aimed to analyze the impact of socio-demographic factors (such as gender and type of school) on EF development. To achieve the proposed objectives, this study was carried out with children from 7 to 12 years old with typical development of three cities in Rio Grande do Norte. The sample was divided into six age groups and each group was composed of approximately 40 children, homogeneously distributed by sex and type of school. A global effect of age was found for most of the EF measures evaluated. Gender effect was mostly non-significant, except for 4 of the 12 tasks. There was a significant effect of socioeconomic status on 8 tasks, all in favor of private school children. Exploratory factorial and correlation analysis showed a 4-factor EF structure, corroborating the theoretical distribution considered in the French CEF-B. Regarding the psychometric properties, a satisfactory retest and internal consistency reliability coefficients were found. In addition, data on the effect of age suggested good developmental validity of the battery. Although normative data are still lacking for other regions of Brazil, we believe that the next steps of this research will allow the clinical use of the CEF-B. These future investigations will provide clinical neuropsychologists with an improved theoretical basis for child executive development and tools for better identifying executive disorders in the pediatric population.

5
  • DENISE SOARES DE ALMEIDA
  • “SOCIAL SUPPORT AND SUBJECTIVE WELFARE IN TEENAGERS, YOUNG ADULTS AND LATE ADULTS"

  • Líder : EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • LUCIANA CARLA BARBOSA DE OLIVEIRA
  • MARIA AURELINA MACHADO DE OLIVEIRA
  • NEUCIANE GOMES DA SILVA
  • RODRIGO DA SILVA MAIA
  • Data: 18-nov-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • There are moments considered critical during the woman's life cycle: adolescence, pregnancy and climacteric. Authors report that the emotional basis of the adolescent mother is influenced by the social support received, which consequently ends up reflecting on the child's care and development. Regarding late pregnancy, there is a worldwide increase in the occurrence of this phenomenon. Subjective Well-Being, on the other hand, can have direct impacts on pregnancy and on the formation of the affective bond in the dyad. Thus, the objective was to analyze the relationships between scores of the constructs of social support and subjective well-being in pregnant adolescents, young adults and late adults. Sequential multimethod research, carried out in three studies. 1) Integrative review of the Social Support and Subjective Well-being constructs. 2) Investigate the relationship between scores of social support and subjective well-being and of these between sociodemographic, gestational and obstetric variables. 3) Understand the importance of social support and subjective well-being in the experience of the gestational period among the investigated public. The number was 366 subjects for Study II and 6 subjects in Study III. Adolescent puerperal women, young adults and late hospitalized, hospitalized due to childbirth and / or puerperium, were included after 12 hours postpartum. Postpartum women who had children with fetal malformation, fetal death, prematurity and the fact of having become pregnant using some method of artificial fertilization were excluded. Instruments were: Structured questionnaire, Social Support Scale (EAS) and Subjective Wellbeing Scale (EBES). SPSS for descriptive and inferential statistics, with a significant level of 5% for the alpha error, the null hypothesis being rejected when p <0.05. The data showed high EAS scores with values above 80 points, with a caveat for the group of late pregnant women material (76.05), emotional (78.80) and information (77.85), ratified by the Kruskal- Wallis. About EBES there are approximate averages in dimensions among adolescents, young and late adults, with no statistically significant difference. There was a positive correlation between the EBES positive affect dimension and the EAS. As a possible explanation for the fact, it is justified that for the group of adolescents and late pregnant women in this study, social support is revealed as an important basis for promoting subjective well-being and its dimensions. And deepening in this theoretical perspective, there are studies that relate moderate / high BES scores to better emotional regulation. In this sense, the individual's ability to regulate his emotions, provides a better adaptive behavior and is connected to the development of social skills, as well as, in the maintenance of healthy relationships. Thus contributing to a better quality of life for people.

6
  • JOYCE PEREIRA DA COSTA
  • BRAZILIAN SCIENTIFIC POLICY FOR INTERNATIONALIZATION AND ITS IMPACTS FOR GRADUATE STUDIES IN PSYCHOLOGY

  • Líder : OSWALDO HAJIME YAMAMOTO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANTONIO CABRAL NETO
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • LUPICÍNIO IÑIGUEZ RUEDA
  • OSWALDO HAJIME YAMAMOTO
  • PAULO ROGERIO MEIRA MENANDRO
  • Data: 27-nov-2020


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In recent years, accompanying national scientific policies, internationalization has received significant attention in the field of Psychology in Brazil, especially in graduate studies, the primary area of scientific activity in the country. This process involves different directions, with issues that affect the course of scientific development and its social function in the capitalist order. As such, we aimed to discuss the internationalization process outlined by Brazilian graduate studies in psychology. We analyzed the content of 36 documents published by the national scientific policy and the National Association for Research and Graduate Studies in Psychology. We found that internationalization promoted by Brazilian scientific policy, which seeks to increase the country’s international competitiveness, is predominantly market based; it focuses primarily on the Natural Sciences and cooperation with Northern hemisphere countries. In these conditions, a large part of human and social sciences have less space to conduct their internationalization process – especially those critically placed in relation to the current order and for which internationalization includes other paths rarely considered by policies, such as establishing relations with Southern hemisphere countries. This scenario reverberates in Psychology, whose levels of internationalization are greater for graduate programs in subareas closer to the Natural Sciences and lower for programs in and Social Sciences, and is reflected in the different internationalization trends in the area. We concluded that in order for Psychology to contribute with relevant answers to the needs that affect the Brazilian population, it should promote internationalization in contrast to the market trends that guide this process. It should, therefore, demand a change in the role of science, in favor of the full development of humanity, possible only through the structural transformation of society, a struggle that cannot be limited to the walls of academia.


2019
Disertaciones
1
  • VICTOR HUGO BELARMINO LIMA
  • Meaning production in a reflexive group for men perpetrators of violence

  • Líder : JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • ADRIANO BEIRAS
  • JULIANO BECK SCOTT
  • Data: 22-ene-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research aim analyze the production of meaning about gender and violence against woman, by professionals and by men involved in a reflexive group for perpetrators of violence against woman, in the city of Natal/RN. For this purpose, was realized a participant observation during 10 sessions, with field diaries notes. In a second moment were made semi-structured interviews with 2 men and 2 members of the facilitating group. The data was analyzed based in social constructionism perspective. The discursive repertoires about gender relations and violence against woman reveal that is common the men reinforce stereotyped, naturalized and essencialist models of masculinity-feminility. Different meanings were produced by facilitators: mean gender relations similar to feminist theories, emphasizing the quality of gender constructions being socially and proceduraly produced. Although this difference, some institutions in common permeate the production of this meanings, as religion, family and, more recently, justice institution. About this latest, reveals different meanings to their members: sometimes as punishment or injustice – to the men –, sometimes as a space for reflection and desconstruction of social norms – to facilitators. The field and interviews date revealed difficulties coming from different orders, as much as operational/methodological, institutional/bureaucratic, but, above all, of relational/affectional order, in other words, the rapport obtained with these men was sustained by fragile "judicial accord". In general, the group demonstrate be permeable environment of production, circulation and updating discursive repertoires, although, these discursive displacements won’t happen in a homogenous way, neither without difficults and tensions. Therefore, new studies approaching interaction and relation aspects are required to qualify these interventions.

2
  • ANDERSON DE ANDRADE SILVA
  • URBAN EXPERIENCES OF WOMAN IN A STATE OF PROSTITUTION

  • Líder : MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA CAROLINA RIOS SIMONI
  • MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MARIA APARECIDA DE FRANCA GOMES
  • Data: 22-ene-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Prostitution enters a complex field; it presents characteristics and differentiated conditions of activities and is inserted in the city from a specific logic. The insertion of the woman in a state of prostitution in the urban space, using the street as a place and an instrument of work makes emerge in the street space of tension and games of power. The urban territory, therefore, is a space lived and experienced daily by women sex workers, being one of the important elements in the determination of the health/disease process and the production of subjectivity. The daily experience in these spaces takes place in infinite ways, is concretized in different practices and has a unique impact on the life of each worker; hence our interest in producing with them a strangeness in relation to everyday work situations and their experience in the urban environment. With the objective of discussing the relationship between work and urban experiences of female sex workers working on the streets, an urban ethnography was developed with cisgender women, sex workers, in the age group of 21 years and over, working in spaces of sociability located in the city of Natal / RN. The urban ethnography allowed the apprehension of the activity in the urban organization, how prostitution is inserted in this context and the insights that the researched give to the developed practices. As an additional resource, a semi-structured interview was conducted to categorize better the public studied.

3
  • FELIPE CAZEIRO DA SILVA
  • POSIT(HIV)E STORIES OF GAYS AND PEOPLE TRANS: FROM STIGMAS TO CITIZENSHIP

  • Líder : JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • MARLOS ALVES BEZERRA
  • BENEDITO MEDRADO DANTAS
  • Data: 07-feb-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Based on the biomedical-mediatic discursive articulation due to the unknown etiological factors of HIV and its pathophysiology being strictly identified as the responsibility of homosexuals, trans people, foreigners, immigrants and tourists, especially Africans and Haitians, and injecting drug users in the beginning of the big AIDS epidemic in the 1980s, there have been some initial developments that have stigmatized certain populations. Are the times other? Decades of silence, myths of overcoming the epidemic and a reaction of the reactionary sectors to the increase of social policies prompts the continuation of prejudice and extermination policies that concern the whole conservative social structure. Therefore, the present research aims to understand the production of meanings about HIV / AIDS in the lives histories of HIV-positive gay, transvestites and transsexuals in Natal / RN. It is a qualitative research articulated to the biographical method because it works more concretely with the narratives of life stories, besides being guided by the perspective of social constructionism in which it focuses especially on illustrating the processes by which people deal with the world around them, including themselves, being particularly interested in discursive practices, languages and social interactions. In this way, it was possible not only to distinguish, in the act of counting the participants, what would be of the order of the collective and what would be of the order of the individual, but to give themselves the means of apprehending and understanding the singular spaces-times each one of them forms the conjugation of their seropositive experience (and the historicity of their experience), of the life-worlds, of the common worlds of thinking and acting that participate through a social, historical and politically localized gaze. Throughout the work, some clashes with (re)produced HIV truth regimes have been outlined not in an attempt to establish other regimes but in order to add forces to other intelligibilities and realities since the construction of better responses to disease is an endless, urgent and necessary task. Surely there is still a long way to go!

4
  • JULIANA DE MORAIS PERES
  • Resilience and trauma in life trajectories of three generations of women from Coque, Recife-PE

  • Líder : GEORGIA SIBELE NOGUEIRA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GEORGIA SIBELE NOGUEIRA DA SILVA
  • MARIA TERESA LISBOA NOBRE PEREIRA
  • AURINO LIMA FERREIRA
  • Data: 22-feb-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Resilience can be understood as an intersubjective process, related to the ability to resume development after encountering traumatic situations. The trauma (or traumatic situation) is the external impact that disturbs the psychic universe, while traumatism is its internal representation and consequence. Resilience is assumed as an instrument to understand experiences of women from the outskirts in a non-deterministic way, without denying the adversities, but looking at the construction of perspectives to face social inconsistencies. Thus, this study aimed to understand how trauma and resilience permeate the life trajectory of three generations of women in the community of Coque, Recife-PE. This qualitative research was based on Transpersonal Psychology, and on its Organic Research approach. The participants were 9 women who live in Coque: 3 grandmothers, 3 mothers and 2 daughters, from 3 different families. Research diary and narrative interview were used. The analysis was based on hermeneutics. In generation 1, the traumas were related to diverse violence, and resilience to spirituality, work and family and community relations. In generation 2, family relationships were the basis for trauma and resilience. Violence was also mentioned in the field of trauma. Resilience was told to be also grounded in community relations and spirituality. In generation 3, the traumas were related to gender violence, prejudice and bullying, while resilience was based on political awareness and practice, family and friendship. In all generations, Coque is undertaken by its violence, but also by its potentialities, based on relationships, especially among women. An integral understanding of the resilient process in outskirts women is proposed, considering that the results point to a subjective, relational, social, cultural and spiritual construction.

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  • MARIA HELENA DE MEDEIROS REGO
  • Resilience and maternal-fetal attachment in a pregnant teenager

  • Líder : EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • NEUCIANE GOMES DA SILVA
  • RODRIGO DA SILVA MAIA
  • Data: 25-feb-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Pregnancy during adolescence happens when the girls are going through a lot of changes, some transformations come from their age, others from pregnancy. Both can generate the need for reorganization of perception and relation with your own body, with aspects of their identity, as well as the need to rethink their life projects. In this way, it is a critical moment for the adolescents development since intrapsychic and interpersonal adaptations are necessary to enable psychic growth or its deterioration. The resilience - the ability of the individual to face and overcome an adverse situation, coming out strengthened or transformed from that experience - can make it easier for young women to access resources to face the changes brought by pregnancy. The way the pregnant woman faces this moment is able to influence the connection with the baby and possibly the investment she will make to suply the physical and emotional needs of the child, influencing child development. Due to these questions, the objective is to investigate the correlation between resilience and maternal-fetal attachment in a pregnant teenager. 77 pregnant teenagers who performed prenatal care at the Basic Health Units of the Southern District, in the city of Natal participated in this research. They answered a questionnaire with sociodemographic and gestational data; the Resilience Scale, and the Maternal-Fetal Attachment Scale. For the data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics were performed using data processing software (SPSS). The results indicate a predominance of moderate levels of resilience (51.9%) and average maternal-fetal attachment (88.3%) among the pregnant women interviewed. Regarding the correlation between these two constructs (R = 0.397, p = 0.000), we identified that it was positive, statistically significant and weak, in addition to being indicative of a bidirectional influence.

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  • GABRIELA GIBSON CUNHA
  • The Experience of Being a Mother of Child Victims of Sexual Abuse: A Phenomenological Understanding

  • Líder : ELZA MARIA DO SOCORRO DUTRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ELZA MARIA DO SOCORRO DUTRA
  • SYMONE FERNANDES DE MELO
  • MARIA CRISTINA LOPES DE ALMEIDA AMAZONAS
  • Data: 13-mar-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Sexual violence against children and adolescents is considered a public health issue not only because of its occurrence, but also because of the serious repercussions that abusive experience brings to the victim and his family. Often, the mother is the primary caregiver of the children in the family and it is eventually expected to be the person to perceive possible signs of sexual abuse. Considering the complexity and gravity of this phenomenon, it is necessary that its analysis be careful in considering the participation of family members in the abusive dynamics, especially the mother, who is commonly seen as an accomplice and not as someone who is part of the phenomenon, therefore, which also needs attention. Thus, this work had the objective of the experience of mothers of children victims of sexual abuse, adopting for this the phenomenological method, supported in Heideggerian hermeneutics. This perspective has as a proposal to highlight the existential dimension of the daily suffering experience, assuming that the narratives are the way of access to lived experience. Narrative interviews were conducted with three mothers of child victims of sexual abuse. These narratives pointed to the impact of the discovery of sexual abuse for the family, with the mother having the main task of accompanying the child victimized by the professionals and the need to reinvent her role as a mother from the demands that arose after the abuse was revealed. In addition, the mothers reported that this revelation was marked by the loss of security with the world, a breack of trust with the abuser, a strong sense of helplessness. Although it is important to consider the particularities related to the role of the mother in a context of sexual abuse, it is also necessary to propose interventions at the family level, in addition to the focus on the victim, considering that sexual abuse affects the whole family.

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  • GLEYNA LEMOS LEONEZ DE ARAÚJO
  • Performance of Executive Functions in Adolescents: Study of Intervention with Educational Robotics

  • Líder : CINTIA ALVES SALGADO AZONI
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CINTIA ALVES SALGADO AZONI
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • RICARDO FRANCO DE LIMA
  • Data: 21-mar-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The objective of this study was to evaluate the executive functions (FE) of adolescents before and after the practice of Educational Robotics (RE). It is a study of the longitudinal type, of intervention, of predominantly quantitative nature. Participants were 16 adolescents, 15 and 16 years old, students from schools in the city of Natal, divided into Control Group (CG) and Study Group (GE), matched according to socioeconomic status, schooling, gender and age. For the pre and post intervention evaluation, the FE were measured by different instruments in order to measure their different components, such as: Five-digit Test / Five Digits Test - FDT; working memory - Corsi blocks; planning capacity - Tower of London task; cognitive flexibility-Wisconsin. According to the inclusion criteria, the Wechsler Abbreviated Intelligence Scale (WASI) was used for the previous evaluation of intellectual performance. The RE intervention occurred with GE through workshops with the LEGO Mindstorms tool in the school itself, in 36 60-minute meetings. All participants were submitted to the same form of use of the tool with a trained teacher. The results of this study showed a statistically significant improvement in the executive functions of cognitive flexibility, inhibitory control and planning. Operational memory measures were not statistically significant, but in a comparative analysis of difference size, it was possible to observe a positive increase. Future longitudinal surveys may include generalization analysis and follow-up measures for the intervention.

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  • ÉLISON RIXADSON ARAÚJO CUNHA
  • FINGER-COUNTING: LEARNING & NUMBER DEVELOPMENT

  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MARIA DA APRESENTACAO BARRETO
  • TACIANA PONTUAL DA ROCHA FALCÃO
  • Data: 29-mar-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of a finger-counting stimulation program for the development of mathematical skills. Two articulated studies were carried out in order to answer research questions. The first one aimed to adapt the instructional material developed in Germany, establishing the canonical pattern of finger-countingamong children from the city of Natal / RN / Brazil. One-hundred university students from this city, 50 women and 50 men, participated in this study. They performed two tasks, namely laterality and ordinality. Results pointed out the existence of canonical pattern of counting with the fingers in Natal / RN / Brazil. The second study investigated the effectiveness of the finger-stimulation program in counting on the development of mathematical skills. This was a predominantly quantitative quasi-experimental prospective and interventive longitudinal study. The sample of participants was formed by 40 children of both sexes, with ages varying from 6 to seven years. They were1st year elementary school I students from  two regular classes from a public school in the city of Natal-RN. One class (experimental group) was submitted to the 18-week fingertip stimulation program. The second group (control group) carried out the activities planned by the school. The general, somatosensory and mathematical cognitive abilities of both classes were assessed by the beginning and by the end of the 18 weeks period. There was no statistical significant difference between the two groups in the pre-test evaluation. However, in the post-test, significant differences were identified between the classes, in favor of the experimental group, in addition skills, digital gnosia, numerical magnitude and representation. These results allowed to identify the effectiveness of the program, which on the other hand will support effective interventions and public policies aimed to minimize school difficulties in mathematics identified among Brazilian children in national and international assessment instruments.

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  • RIANE MAIARA FEITOSA SILVA
  • Facing The Intrafamiliary Sexual Violence Against Children And Adolescents.

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • SAMARA SILVA DOS SANTOS
  • SYMONE FERNANDES DE MELO
  • Data: 03-abr-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This research investigated how the system of guaranteeing rights of children and adolescents (SGDCA) has faced sexual violence within the family against this public in Natal/RN. It is an exploratory, qualitative research, based on historical and dialectical materialism, that investigated institutions of the strategic axes of the SGD (defense, promotion and control). It was divided into two stages: 1) network mapping, via institutional visit, followed by a semi-structured interview with a professional of the institution, in order to know the operation of the service, flows and dynamics of attendance and referral, technical routines, team practices, challenges and potentialities; 2) a focus group with these professionals, discussing sexual violence against children and adolescents, their coping, network articulation, difficulties and overcoming strategies. The information was submitted to the analysis of thematic content and discussed in four axes: network and flows, practices, potentialities and challenges. It was identified that the DGS has not protected the victims of sexual violence, nor has the aggressor been held responsible; the network is fragile and needs more articulation and communication; the flows are not well defined, with erroneous referrals. There is a revival of this public and institutional violence, in addition to lack of services, high demand, disarticulation of the network, lack of knowledge of the institutions' attributions, lack of human and material resources, difficulty in obtaining evidence, and lack of capacity building and investments. Its potential is the commitment of the professionals and the implementation of the Social Assistance policy. It is concluded that there are many challenges, demanding more effective actions of the State. The management and execution of the policies are supersetorialized, bureaucratized and time consuming; despite advances, are far from collective, holistic and protective action.

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  • MARIA LUIZA DA COSTA OLIVEIRA
  • PATHWAYS IN THE TRAJECTORY OF THE CARE OF STREET CHILD 
  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANGELA DE ALENCAR ARARIPE PINHEIRO
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • Data: 04-abr-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The National Council for the Rights of Children and Adolescents (CONANDA) has been constructing guidelines for the care of the child and adolescent population in street situations, since there are still violating practices on the part of the Public Power in Brazil, even after the Statute of the Child and Adolescent (ECA). This work aimed to carry out a historical rescue of the policy of caring for street children in the city of Natal / RN. The research is inspired by the foundations of historical-dialectical materialism and used the historical method from the perspective of oral history. The semistructured interviews with two professionals from each of the services / programs / projects aligned with the work perspective were studied based on the analysis of the thematic content, considering: history of services / programs / projects, theoretical and methodological references, activities developed, and challenges and work potentialities. The results indicate four services / programs / projects with this target audience: National Movement of Street Boys and Girls (MNMMR), the "third sector"; Program Canteiros, Specialized Service in Social Approach (SEAS) and Office in the street (CNAR), linked to the public power. The MNMMR had a mobilizing and political role, promoting the child and adolescent population as active subjects in the defense of their rights, and having as main guiding axis the construction of affective bonds of respect and trust. The Canteiros Program had coercive street-based practices and recurrent institutional shelters for children and adolescents. The SEAS and the CNAR try to resume the actions of guarantees of rights, providing guidelines based on respect for the autonomy of the subjects, exempting hygienic practices. All the services / programs / projects mentioned the deficiency of the Public Power in providing the support, especially, culminating in challenges and gaps in the service network.

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  • GISELLI RAISA DA CRUZ CAVALCANTI
  • THE ROLE OF ENVRIONMENTAL NGOS IN CLIMATE CHANGE COMMUNICATION: A WAY TO ENGAGEMENT?

  • Líder : JOSE DE QUEIROZ PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOSE DE QUEIROZ PINHEIRO
  • RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • GUSTAVO MARTINELI MASSOLA
  • Data: 09-may-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • How can we improve the engagement of the (different kind of) public with the climate change (CC) issue? The present study joins several others that seek to answer this question by adopting different perspectives. As part of this scenario, the work sought to investigate the way CC is communicated through the work of Brazilian nongovernmental organizations’ (NGOs) practice. This starting point is based on two triggers: (1) the increasing participation of organized civil society (represented here in the form of NGOs) in the discussions, elaboration and execution of public policies directed to CC; and (2) understanding communication as one of the starting points for engagement, which carries a great potential for public mobilization. Thus, the present study study adopted a qualitative and exploratory approach, involving semi-structured interviews with 11 participants who work on the theme, representing the NGOs of which they are part. As part of the interviews, I requested indications of materials of an "ideal" climate communication, a step that was added to the content of the interviews, a set that was later submitted to content analysis. As a result, it is perceived that defining and communicating MCs is not a simple task, even for a high-level audience, and that this difficulty tells of a series of challenges that encompass the nature of the phenomenon, the ways which it has traditionally been communicated and the various social factors involved. The solutions presented by the participants, adding to the indicated materials, point out possible ways that can circumvent and overcome these different natures of the challenges encountered, providing subsidies to enhance the climate communication.

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  • SINARA THEREZA DOS SANTOS FIDELIS
  • ACTIVITIES AND LABOR BIOGRAPHIES OF RECOVERING MEMBERS OF THE MACAO / RN CONVICTION AND PROTECTION ASSOCIATION: BETWEEN CRIME AND WORK

  • Líder : TATIANA DE LUCENA TORRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • TATIANA DE LUCENA TORRES
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • THAÍS AUGUSTA CUNHA DE OLIVEIRA MÁXIMO
  • Data: 17-may-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present study intends to focus on the incarcerated work, understanding the role played by the labor activities in prisoners' lives, given that they are components of human socialization, have a centrality in the constitution of the individuals, besides exerting a psychological function in the people's lives by allowing the construction of meanings and meanings. For this, the theoretical epistemological perspective that guided the investigation was the Social Psychology of Work that assumes that work is a central category, and that is situated in intersubjective relations, considering materiality and historicity. It is a qualitative research, with a descriptive and transversal study, with ethnographic and participant observation characteristics. The focus of the study was the Association of Support and Assistance to the Convicted (APAC) of Macau/RN and counted on the participation of 11 people in deprivation of liberty. The instruments/techniques used were: documentary analysis, individual narrative interviews, photographic records and field journals. The themes of the interviews focused on the work history, work in prisons and future prospects. The narratives were analyzed considering such axes, being submitted to textual analysis of Descending Hierarchical Classification (DHC) with the aid of software. In addition to the narratives, the photographic records and the field diaries were added to the results in order to compose a global analysis, considering the narratives of the participants and the observation of the researcher. The results revealed a precarious, exhaustive, limiting and marked relationship due to pre-incarceration. In addition, to work in the prison is seen under a cruel regime, of humiliation, with exhausting hourly loads, arriving to be likened to a slavery. With the insertion in the APAC, the perception brought from the work is his as source of fulfillment, pleasure, learning medium, but without perspective of continuity in the world outside the walls. Post-incarceration plans for the future were uncertain and indeterminate, with only one certainty: that of not wanting to return to crime. However, the stigmas and the low level of schooling present themselves as challenges in this new stage. With this, the study hopes to contribute to the discussion about the relationship between subject and work in a prison context and in a situation of vulnerability and social fragility, aiming at the prison environment becoming a place that allows the necessary subsidies for a reintegration into society.

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  • INGRID DE CARVALHO LAVOR
  • CHILDREN'S NARRATIVES ON INSTITUTIONAL SHELTERING: OPENING THE BOX OF MEMORIES, EXPERIENCES AND EXPECTATIONS

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CLARA MARIA MELO DOS SANTOS
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MARIA DA CONCEICAO FERRER BOTELHO SGADARI PASSEGGI
  • ROSANGELA FRANCISCHINI
  • Data: 05-jul-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The institutional sheltering is an exceptional temporary measure used when a child is inserted in a risk context. The institutionalization of children and teenagers has been a reality in Brazil since colonial times; having it undergone through several transformations until children were recognized as subjects of rights, in a peculiar condition of development, according to the integral protection doctrine. This research’s theoretical reference combines the Childhood’s Sociology, which demarcates children as the starting point for scientific investigations, and the (Auto)Biographical Approach that, in researches on humans, allows the reconnection between: reason, conceived as an epistemic subject (of knowledge); and emotion, conceived as an empirical subject (of experience). This research aimed to understand how children gives meaning to the institutional sheltering experience, in their life histories, in moments before the institutional sheltering experience, during the experience of being sheltered and their future perspectives and projections. This qualitative research is a comprehensive study that was carried out with the participation of six children institutionalized in Host Unit II in Natal - RN, two boys and four girls, age between 7 and 13 years old. Research steps: 1) Participant observation. 2) Conversations with the children: step in which the three main axes related to specific objectives were addressed and mediated by playful resources, that were constructed after the entry on the research field: a) "Box of memories", referring to memories before being institutionalized; b) HQ - Comic books, referring to living in Unit II; c) "Letters for the future", concerning the future. In addition to these, letters were also written to the judge of the Childhood Court, as a process closure. The analytic-interpretative trajectory of this research is based on autobiographical hermeneutics. Some thematic categories were produced from narrative meaning units. From this understanding, it is possible to perceive that it is an institutional environment marked by changes and ruptures, in addition to many demands. As for the results, we observed: I) Children can narrate their stories with the meanings possible to them, although there are marks. II) They realize the transitoriness of their relationships and the place they live in. III) They understand the need to be taken care of and sometimes they face unprotected protection. IV) Playing stands out as a resource, children imagine and create their own world, despite the discontinuities that are part of it. V) They present a need for greater participation and claims regarding the house and the environment in which they live, as well as the legal decisions about their futures. VI) Despite family conflicts, the children bet on their families and seek to project themselves into a future with dreams linked to a profession or even being with their families. Finally, this research advocates the relevance of studies highlighting the life histories of the participating children, as a fundamental scope for the construction of knowledge in the childhood area and to subsidize the construction of public policies aimed at children.

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  • ISADORA GREGO D' ANDREA
  • “TRABALHO HUMANIZA”? – AN ANALYSIS OF THE PENAL RESOCIALIZATION POLICY THROUGH WORK IN PARAIBA

     

     

  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA VLÁDIA HOLANDA CRUZ
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • LUANA ISABELLE CABRAL DOS SANTOS
  • Data: 29-jul-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The aledged resocializing function of imprisonment tries to give an impression of positivity to penalties and to strengthen the existence of jails as places of recovery, in spite of reality’s constant demonstration of the opposite. Prison is considered a hostile environment meant to docile subjectivity, to implement social control and physical and existential extermination, the belief in work as an instrument of resocialization being frequent. Penal labor, as a part of the capitalist context, has presented itself as a way of finding use to those who did not fit this mode of production. This research investigates the possibilities and impossibilities of prisons to operate as a place of resocialization using penal labor as a tool for doing so. The study’s object is the Resocialization Policy of the Penal Administration Secretary (SEAP/PB) through “Trabalho Humaniza” project, which is a component of the Program “Cidadania é Liberdade”. Therefore, the main purpose of this dissertation is to analyze SEAP’s Resocialization Policy through labor. The specific goals are: to describe “Trabalho Humaniza” Project; to apprehend the implicit conceptions of resocialization and labor within the resocialization policy; to problematize the ways that the resocialization policy is operated through labor. The theoretical route, which is based on critical criminology, approaches the hidden functions of prisons, penal selectivity, the processes of criminalizing poverty and mass imprisonment, finishing with the discussion on resocialization through penal labor. The methodological route is split in two parts. The first one is the analysis of “Cartilha do Trabalho Prisional” (Penal Labor Brochure), a document written by Ministério Público and SEAP/PB aiming to make public the importance of penal labor to the process of resocialization. The second part is formed by the analysis of the interviews with four of the professionals that conduct the project. The results show the punitivist bias in which the referred policy is in, as well as the fallacy of resocialization and the impossibility of jails to promote meaningful, positive changes in the life of those who are benefitted by the project. Furthermore, the actual function of penal labor as a tool exploitation, control and adjustment of individuals to the capitalist mode of production has been confirmed. The need of a critical look upon the Criminal Policies as a manner of overcoming the illusions of resocialization which are sustained by prisons is in order. The study points out to penal abolitionism as key to building a new ethical, political project to our society.

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  • BRUNA CARDOSO WANDERLEY
  • EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS OF PUBLIC SCHOOL CHILDREN IN EARLY LITERACY STAGE

  • Líder : CINTIA ALVES SALGADO AZONI
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CINTIA ALVES SALGADO AZONI
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • RICARDO FRANCO DE LIMA
  • Data: 21-ago-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Executive functions (FE) are examples of crucial skills for achieving healthy cognitive development in individuals. Related to reasoning, problem solving, and planning contribute to academic, family, and social success. The developmental characteristic of EF favors childhood as the ideal phase for the effective development of these skills by having the cognitive potential of children available. Therefore, schools represent opportune spaces for researching and development of these skills. Thus, the objective was to analyze the performance of EF in the domains working memory, cognitive flexibility, inhibitory control, planning and verbal fluency. Seventy children from the 1st to the 3rd grade of elementary school enrolled in the municipal school of Natal/RN participated in the study , so that each school year constituted three distinct assessment groups. The study is quantitative, cross-sectional and quasiexperimental, submitted to the Ethics Committee under protocol CAAE No. 85607718.0.0000.5537. The Diamond Model (2013) was elected for the theoretical understanding of the construct. Data were submitted to descriptive and inferential analysis, with normal distribution of the sample, using one-way ANOVA statistical tests, with Bonferroni post-hoc and Pearson r tests. Overall, the results indicated that the descriptive measures of EF increased with school progression, however, only verbal fluency demonstrated significance for all school years. The others indicated significance between the 1st and 2nd and/or between the 1st and 3rd years. Therefore, the study contributed to the discussion about the development of EF in the early years of literacy.

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  • MICAELLY PRISCILA GOMES LIMA
  • PRECARIZATION OF PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY OF DOMESTIC EMPLOYEES IN NATAL (RN) – BRAZIL

  • Líder : JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EUDA KALIANI GOMES TEIXEIRA ROCHA
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • Data: 22-ago-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The work aimed to understand how sex/gender relations, social class and race are reproduced in monthly housekeepers’ professional activity from Natal/RN, in order to contribute to discussions about precariousness and precarious work, in Work Psychology area. Considering the idea that production in the context of material life is a reference for the social relations analysis, combined to materialist feminism analysis, we investigated the work activity of the domestic worker taking into account the recent political and social interference upon this professional group, as well as the social, historical and cultural context from which the profession emerges in Brazil. To this end, a descriptive-exploratory and qualitative research was conducted, which aimed to describe the group profile of professionals approached through the Union of Domestic Servants of Rio Grande do Norte. Demographic, professional and biographical information were collected in order to explore the participants trajectory in both life and professional histories. The results obtained indicate two main profiles of domestic workers that differ mainly according to sex / gender and age. Biographical reports indicate life trajectories with commonalities such as child labor and domestic violence. From an occupational point of view, it was observed that there is a strong naturalization of domestic service as a woman's work and that results from the complexity of the characterization of the professional gender of the monthly housekeeper, since it is difficult to define what qualifies the professional and non-professional activity. and that the. In addition, it was noted that Union acts as manager of the Collective Work at the symbolic level through legal practice. The discussion developed thereafter reiterates the importance of studying the category from the intersectional perspective to understand the network of power relations that compose it and configure the precariousness of the work in progress.

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  • ROBERTA LOUISE MARIANO BEZERRA
  • CREATIVITY, INTELLIGENCE AND READING SKILLS IN LITERATE CHILDREN

  • Líder : CINTIA ALVES SALGADO AZONI
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CARLA ALEXANDRA DA SILVA MOITA MINERVINO
  • CINTIA ALVES SALGADO AZONI
  • TATIANA DE CÁSSIA NAKANO
  • Data: 26-ago-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The creativity has been the focus of studies in different contexts, utilized as a facilitator skill of necessary competencies in the routine of individuals. In the process of learning, it can be ascertained how it relates to other skills, like intelligence and the ability to read, skills that are very important to the academic success. The general objective of the study consisted in explore the creativity, the intelligence, the phonological awareness and the reader decoding abilities of kids from the elementary School. The study characterized itself as exploratory, quantitively and cross-sectional, counting with 75 children divided in 1st, 2nd and 3rd grades of the municipal schools from Natal/RN. It evaluated intelligence, creativity, phonological awareness and the reader decoding using the following instruments: Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence (WASI), Brazilian figural Creativity Test (TCFI), Sequential Evaluation Instrument (CONFIAS) and the Isolated Words and Pseudowords Evaluation (LPI). The results in the intelligence and creativity showed no significant difference in the statistics between classes. The same can not be said for the other categories (phonological awareness and the reader decoding) that presented a significant statistic difference, showing the best performance from the children of the 3rd grade. There was a strong correlation between the TCFI and the WASI, specially from the 1st and 3rd grades. TCFI, CONFIAS e LPI showed the same correlation coming from the 3rd grade only. With that study, we can verify the importance of the aspects of creativity, intelligence and phonological awareness in the kids that are in literacy and the relation between them, specially from children with low income. It is about of a underexplored field that deserves further investigations to better understand these population constructs.

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  • MARÍLIA ALANNA BEZERRA LINO
  • THE DILEMMAS OF THE SELLER: UNDERSTANDING THE FLUCTUATION BETWEEN PLEASURE AND SUFFERING BASED ON THE CLINIC OF ACTIVITY ANALYSIS

  • Líder : PEDRO FERNANDO BENDASSOLLI
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ALDA KAROLINE LIMA DA SILVA
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • PEDRO FERNANDO BENDASSOLLI
  • Data: 27-ago-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Given the impacts of changes in the work world, resulting from a constantly changing political, economic and socio-cultural scenario and, particularly, the activity of the sellers in the auto market – one of the most affected segments after political-economic crisis started in 2015 – it is established as objective of this study to understand the activity of these sellers, investigating their relationship with themselves and their professional gender. To understand the activity's dilemmas and paradoxes, this project will take as reference the perspective of the Clinic of Activity, considering the conception of the subject present in the historical-cultural approach. The research of clinical-qualitative characteristic had the participation of eight sellers of the specified area. Semi-structured individual interviews were conducted with items that investigate the work activity, the professional trajectory, the perception of a well done work on the sellers’ point of view and how to deal with the impediments and contradictions of this activity. Subsequently, the Instruction to the Double technique was applied, which consists of self-confrontation method promoting the reflection of the seller about his activity. Finally, each participant captured images that represent crucial moments of their activity from their own perspective. The analysis was based on the full transcripts of the interviews; the notes of perceptions of the researcher regarding the phases and objectives of the study; the co-analysis developed between participant-researcher, promoted by the Instruction to the Double and discussion about the images captured by the participants; in addition to the dialogue with the basic theoretical perspective of this study. In general, it can be stated that while these sellers seek to adjust to what the organization expects from them, which commonly brings suffering, they can find pleasure in their activity, which feeds their affections towards it and can promote the renewal of their professional gender, revitalizing it.

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  • THAMARA PINTO SOARES
  • QUALITY OF WORK LIFE AND OUTSOURCING: THE WORKERS POINT OF VIEW

  • Líder : JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MÁRIO CÉSAR FERREIRA
  • PEDRO FERNANDO BENDASSOLLI
  • Data: 28-ago-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This master's degree research aimed to analyze central aspects of Quality of Working Life (QWL) of outsourced employees who work in a public institution of higher education. The globalization scenario results in the intensification of outsourcing and the flexibilization of labor contracts, which result in the deepening of labor precariousness and the weakening of labor relations. The study was based on the investigation of prescribed work, real work and workers' perceptions about the elements that generate well-being and discomfort related to the performance of outsourced activities. In this research, we worked synergistically with the Ergonomics of Applied Activity to Quality of Working Life (EAA_QWL) and the Clinic of Activity, perspectives of counter-hegemonic nature in the Brazilian psychology of labor activity. A diagnosis of QWL based on Ergonomic Workplace Analysis (EWA) was made in three investigation stages: a) document analysis, b) observations and c) focus group. Outsourced workers have been found to earn less, have greater job instability, and have less flexible working hours compared to employees; In addition, they receive no incentive for professional development and are strongly overseen by both the service provider and the contracting institution. Therefore, precariousness affects everyone, but outsourced workers are worse off than others, with impacts on the political field, collective action, union organization, and workers' health. This work contributed to the understanding of particularities about the reality of outsourced workers from a critical analysis of work, especially in terms of precariousness and QWL.

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  • RAQUEL RAMOS CAMPOS
  • BEHAVIORAL AND SCHOOL REINSERTION PROFILES OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS ACUTE LYMPHOID LEUKEMIA SURVIVORS
     
  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • SAMANTHA SANTOS DE ALBUQUERQUE MARANHÃO
  • Data: 30-ago-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Leukemia is classified as the most common type of cancer in the age group between 0 and 19 years, being the most frequent Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) in childhood and responsible for 75% of cases among children under 15 years of age. Cancer alters the child's life in many ways. Cognitive changes are identified, but also behavioral changes and learning disabilities that do not have their etiology fully understood. In this sense, the need to investigate the behavioral and learning profiles of ALL survivors is identified. Thirty-six children and adolescents aged seven to 13 years participated in the study, being 14 girls, divided into two groups, being G1 of ALL survivors and G2 of typically developing children and adolescents matched to G1 from age, sex and type of school. G1 members were treated exclusively with chemotherapy. Behavioral, learning, and reintegration profiles were assessed by applying the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) to parents and teachers of the Deasy-Spinetta Behavioral Questionnaire (DSBQ). Data from both instruments were analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics. Pearson's chi-square test was used, adopting the p value <0.05, as a parameter to analyze the levels of significance between the domains that make up the research instruments and the socio-demographic variables of gender, age at diagnosis and treatment time, as well as for comparing parents' and teachers' conceptions of the participants' behavior and learning process. The data point to the high prevalence of internalizing complaints and learning disabilities, especially among girls and those who were diagnosed over the age of five. Additionally, convergence in the opinion of parents and teachers regarding the domain of behavior was identified, but significant difference regarding the learning process. The results presented emphasize the need for monitoring of ALL survivors, promoting interventions that ensure the full development of these children and adolescents, ensuring the quality of life after the disease.
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  • KATIUSCIA DE AZEVEDO BARBOSA SANTOS
  • LABOR ACTIVITY OF JUSTICE OFFICIALS FROM JUDICIARY POWER AT THE STATE OF RIO GRANDE DO NORTE: RISKS AND PRECARIOUSNESS 

  • Líder : JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ALDA KAROLINE LIMA DA SILVA
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • PEDRO FERNANDO BENDASSOLLI
  • Data: 03-sep-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This study sought to contribute to the deepening of the perception of justice officials regarding their working conditions, possible psychosocial risks and impediments to work activity, and their relations with processes of suffering and illness.The justice official is that public servant in charge of ensuring compliance with the determinations of the magistrates, in activities that are eminently external and in a context of presumed risk and precariousness.This research was carried out with justice officials who worked within the scope of the Judiciary Branch of Rio Grande do Norte, having contemplated the initial phase of survey, through the Brazilian adaptation of the Job Content Questionnaire (JCQ) instrument. This questionnaire sought to measure the magnitude of psychological job demands and the decision latitude by the worker, considered psychosocial factors of risk at work. Documentary research was also carried out on the reasons that led these employees to absence from work to treat their own health in 2016 and 2017. The study also included the analysis of data from a conversation circle, aiming to deepen knowledge about the profession. The results confirmed the initial assumption of precariousness of the professional activity of justice official in the state of Rio Grande do Norte, considering that such activity has been performed in circumstances of fragility, vulnerability and danger, which place these servants in a situation of impediment of the power of professional action, besides contributing to the weakening of the workers’ collectives and the forms of their organization. It was found that, due to the variables mentioned, justice officials have become ill more frequently for emotional reasons than the other categories of the TJRN.The results confirm the importance of reorganizing the work from the perspectives of the justice officials themselves and endorse the need to plan concrete strategies aimed at mitigating the psychosocial risks to which they have been subjected.

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  • ANA CAROLINA MORAIS SALES
  • QUOTAS IN HIGHER EDUCATION: THE ACADEMIC PATH OF QUOTA STUDENTS IN UFRN

  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FAUSTON NEGREIROS
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • Data: 06-sep-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Brazilian higher education has an elitist history. However, the policies of the last 20 years have changed the profile of students who access this level of education. Among these, we find the quota policy, which should be accompanied by others to ensure entry, quality education and completion of courses. In this sense, this paper aims to analyze the quota policy at UFRN based on the academic trajectory of the quota student. As specific objectives, we list: characterize the implementation of the quota law and the entry of quota students in UFRN; investigate their socioeconomic profile; ascertain completion and termination rates; analyze access to monitoring, research and extension activities, technical support and scholarships and aid of the student assistance compared to non-quota students; discuss the limits and possibilities of quota policy. To reach them, data were collected on the implementation of the policy and on the selection processes from 2013 to 2015. In addition, the UFRN’s Informatics Superintendence was asked for data on entry, enrollment status, academic performance, access to monitoring, research, and extension scholarships, technical support and aid offered by the Pró-Reitoria of Students Affairs. We had continuous access to the responses of the Cadastro Único, a socioeconomic form voluntarily answered by the students, which determines their inclusion or not in the category of underprivileged students and consequent prioritization in receiving aid. After document analysis, the data were entered into a SPSS database and descriptive statistics were used for analysis. The results indicate that the academic trajectory of the quota students is different from the non-quota students. However, there are no significant differences in academic performance of the two groups. In addition, they demonstrate the importance of the activities and support offered by the institution for the academic success of students.

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  • ANA FLÁVIA FRANÇA BEZERRA
  • THE TRANSPERSONAL CHILD CLINIC: A PERSPECTIVE FROM PROFESSIONALS

  • Líder : GEORGIA SIBELE NOGUEIRA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • AURINO LIMA FERREIRA
  • GEORGIA SIBELE NOGUEIRA DA SILVA
  • SYMONE FERNANDES DE MELO
  • Data: 13-sep-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The clinic is constituted as a traditional practice in psychology, in which, at the present, it is diversifying such as in private practice, as in operationalized in public policies or institutions of the third sector. Child psychotherapy is a significant portion of this practice, challenging psychologists to always reinvent themselves into the child's world. The act of play and a look at the child began to be inserted in the clinic and the child psychotherapy is structured by reference to a human and particular worldview of each theory. In the present research, the look at the human being was discussed from three theorists of Transpersonal Psychology, two at international ambit Ken Wilber and Stanislav Grof; and Vera Saldanha nationwide and how their theories contribute to child care in this approach.

    To know how child care is performed in the transpersonal approach, six psychologists who were performing child care at the time of research within the transpersonal approach using the narrative interview were interviewed. The present study was intended to be a qualitative research, in which I used the Intuitive Research, research method / approach developed by Anderson & Braud, characterized by being a transpersonal research method. To understand what emerged in the interviews, I used the thematic analysis of the data, developed by Jovchelovitch and Bauer. Seven categories of analysis emerged from the interviews, relating to the objectives of the study, which are: 1) What is Transpersonal Psychology; 2) Theorists and bibliography used; 3) Applied concepts; 4) Resources used; 5) Look at the child in therapy; 6) Child development; 7) Differential of Transpersonal Psychology.

    With the creation of these categories, it made it possible to better understand how the field of child psychotherapy in the transpersonal is organized. Most of the works of the authors cited are more focused on the theory as a whole, addressing the psychic processes, therefore being no discussion about childhood in the clinic or tools specifically created to attend this audience. In this context, the professionals perform a clinical practice with children based on transpersonal psychology, however not systematically, because there is no such theoretical systematization, being a particular construction of each professional. It is expected to contribute to the field of transpersonal clinic, clarifying the clinical practice around the child and advancing in studies that help refer students and professionals in this regard, highlighting the need for further studies on children, childhood and child care in the transpersonal.

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  • KIARA CARDOSO DA SILVA
  • The unseen pain: unveiling experiences of emotional suffering of heterosexual men living with HIV/Aids.

  • Líder : GEORGIA SIBELE NOGUEIRA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GEORGIA SIBELE NOGUEIRA DA SILVA
  • MARLOS ALVES BEZERRA
  • THIAGO FELIX PINHEIRO
  • Data: 29-oct-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Among improvements, setbacks and resurfacings aids poses a challenge to civil society and academic and scientific communities, presenting itself as a public health worldwide problem which demands reflection, coping strategies and participation of the actors involved. It is a disease characterized by a serious dysfunction of the immune system infected by the HIV as the TCD4+ lymphocytes are destroyed (Brasil, 2008). The number of infected people in Brazil has risen again (UNAIDS, 2016) and the detection rates among men in the last ten years has shown a tendency of growth (Brasil, 2018). Studies about men and masculinities have gained relevance in what concerns gender in the last two decades in the country and the focus on the relation man-health has been a point of interest in the academic environments and service contexts. In this sense, this study intends to understand experiences of emotional suffering of heterosexual men self-referred as HIV/Aids positive. We conducted a qualitative research with the collaboration of 4 men ages between 20 and 49 being attended to at the Specialized Assistance Service in HIV/Aids at the Giselda Trigueiro Hospital, located in Natal/RN. The study was based on the Gadamerian Hermeneutics and the Narrative Interview using Projective Scenes used as tool. Through the dialogue with the narratives we came up with the following chapters: The construction of masculinities, which addresses this process understanding it based on a socio-historical perspective. The meaning of what it is to be a man revealed the coexistence among hegemonic standards and new masculinities; HIV/Aids: a history of fears and prejudice in which we bring the history of aids and the meaning of it to the collaborators, shifting between fear of death and of prejudice; Living with HIV/Aids: when hell is other people one must keep their secret until the end, in which we discuss the self-righteous and prejudiced view cast on PLWHA, generating their obsession with the secret of their condition, the pain of self-imposed loneliness and other fears (become sick and be discovered), besides coping strategies (use of drugs, work, humor, music, keeping the secret and the matter of spirituality and religiosity); Psychology and the PLWHA: between ignorance, care and the ethical-political commitment, in which we address the relation between psychology and the PLWHA, approaching the unfamiliarity with this knowledge/activity and the access of men to psychology services, as well as addressing the (un)known necessities and unseen hardships in the psychology care, ending with the reflection on the clinical and ethical-political commitment in face of the challenges posed by this scenario. By problematizing questions related to these men’s experiences, this study makes specificities of the emotional suffering they live visible and reveals their necessity of care, contributing to the promotion of a psychology that is ethically and politically engaged with the assistance given to the PLWHA, aiming to break excluding and stigmatizing paradigms in order to establish solidarity, welcoming and appreciation of these lives, not letting them perish by discrimination and stigmatization. We hope to contribute to promote a committed psychology that walks towards the building of stronger bonds that recognize the right to be different. Acts based on these principles produce life!

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  • INGRID RAÍSSA DOS ANJOS ROCHA
  • THE SPIRITUALITY/RELIGIOUS FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS ACTING IN PALLIATIVE CARE CONTEXTS NEAR DEATH

  • Líder : GEORGIA SIBELE NOGUEIRA DA SILVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANNATALIA MENESES DE AMORIM GOMES
  • GEORGIA SIBELE NOGUEIRA DA SILVA
  • JOÃO BOSCO FILHO
  • Data: 29-oct-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The illness and death experience’s reveal the human fragility in the face of life and impose on those who experience illness and those who care and attend them considerable challenges, especially in illnesses where there is no curative therapy. In the 1960s, Palliative Care emerged as a field of care, which belongs to patients and families living an illness process that threaten life itself. Thereby, since the beginning of this process, there was a concern about people’s integral and multidimensional care, which was not only about their physical dimensions, but also about emotional, social, and spiritual aspects, considering spirituality as an important resource in care near death. In the last few decades, studies about spirituality has grown exponentially, and had shown its relevance on both physical and mental health, quality of life, well-being, diseases prevention, and coping, showing itself as relevant human dimension, which is fundamental to develop care strategies, regarding to the processes of health, disease and death, and thus also important to psychology. The aim of this study was to understand the place of spirituality / religiosity in the work of psychologists in Natal-RN who work in palliative care near death. There were seven psychologists participants in this study, with different experience time in palliative care, different spiritual and religious experiences, and different approaches to acting in psychology – who were selected by indication and convenience. It is a qualitative research grounded on Gadamer’s Hermeneutics as a theoretical basis for its construction, analysis and narratives comprehension. It was accomplished a narrative interview using projective scenes. The interviews were recorded and transcribed. The research field diary was used to record the researcher's personal impressions during the study. The dialogue with the participants narratives originated the following chapters: (1) “Palliative Care and death: building a history of caring for life until the end”, which brings different human attitudes towards death and dying and a brief history of palliative care, which since the beginning it has been marked by the inclusion spirituality in care, an aspect also illustrated by participants’ words; (2) “Spirituality / Religiosity: from the concepts of health-illness to the conceptions of psychologists near death” that exposes spirituality, religiosity and religion in health, illness and death process and the reveal the psychologists’ concepts of religiosity and spirituality; (3) “Spirituality and religiosity in the psychology spiritual care near death” which was focused on the relationship between spirituality and psychology, mainly in a palliative care context near death, highlighting the difficulties and challenges to include spirituality in care, although detach the power that spirituality has above psychology care near death. Thus, from the understanding of these professionals practice and the place that spirituality occupies in it, it is defended the importance of considering and including spirituality / religiosity in health care practices, especially when dealing with care near death, in rescue to humanization and integrality of care.

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  • RANIELE EPISSARA NONATO DE SOUZA
  • PSYCHOLOGIST'S PERFORMANCE IN NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS SERVING PERSON WITH THE AUTISTA SPECTRUM DISORDER

  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • JULIANO BECK SCOTT
  • RENATA ROCHA LEAL DE MIRANDA PEREIRA PINHEIRO
  • Data: 30-oct-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The insertion of Psychology in the scope of inclusive public policies in Brazil, calls for action focused on the social, ethical and political commitment of the profession. The inclusive paradigms of segregation, institutionalization, normalization, integration and inclusion bring with them conceptions about the diversity resulting from inequalities and exclusion. In the social context, NGOs that are part of the so-called “third sector” are gaining strength, since, as they soften social tensions, making the State not responsible, they play a fundamental role in the execution of social policies aimed at specific groups, namely people. with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The aim of this paper is to understand the psychologist's role in the non-governmental organizations that are part of the “third sector” in Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, which assist the person with ASD. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 09 psychologists. The results indicate individual psychotherapy as the predominant psychological practice, reinforcing the traditional clinical model of psychology. In addition, the psychologists demonstrated not knowing the specific public policies aimed at the clientele served, revealing a depoliticized, a-critical and inadequate praxis for the social reality to which these subjects are inserted. Finally, it is argued that Psychology must reinvent itself in its knowledge and practices, articulating theoretical and methodological references with political action, in an attempt to minimize social inequalities and exclusion.

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  • EMILLY MEL FERNANDES DE SOUZA
  • (TRANS) PASSING THE PREJUDICE WALLS AND ENTERING UNIVERSITY: AN ANALYSIS OF POLICIES FOR TRANS * PEOPLE WITHIN HIGHER EDUCATION PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS OF THE RIO GRANDE DO NORTE

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • GEORGIA SIBELE NOGUEIRA DA SILVA
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • JAQUELINE GOMES DE JESUS
  • Data: 30-oct-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • At present, the discussion on trans issues has received wide visibility in view of the social vulnerability to which this group is subjected. The term “trans person” would be the popular form in which transvestite and transgender people are known and are collectively treated as part of the transgender group. Trans people have, throughout history, been excluded from various spaces, including education, with transphobia, which is hatred and aversion to trans people, the main vector that causes these exclusions. However, even in the face of an alarming context of social vulnerability, transgender people have reached higher education, and this has been facilitated by a series of resolutions guaranteeing the right to the social name and, consequently, respect for gender self-identification in higher education. several levels. This qualitative research, anchored in the theoretical framework of Transfeminism, together with the discussion of several trans authors, of which the concepts of cisgenerity and transphobia are central, sought to understand how the policies of access and permanence of trans people occurred in Rio Grande do Norte (RN) Public Higher Education Institutions (IPES), and consequently, what were the demands of this segment in the IPES. To accomplish this goal the research was done in three steps: 1) A documentary analysis, to verify and identify if there are policies in IPES of our state that are focused on the demand of the trans population; 2) Semi-structured interviews to identify, through the speeches of the research collaborators, what their demands are when they arrive at the IPES and 3) A triangulation of the data where the result of the analysis plus the interviews were triangulated with the research author's story. Participated in this study 8 trans people from 4 IPES of the state of RN, The analyzes and interpretations were inspired by Bardin's Content Analysis where three thematic axes were systematized from the transcripts of the interviews. From these three thematic axes, we can see how the presence of trans people in the university space is marked by cracks, demands and (trans) formations. Regarding the results, supported by the axes, we observe: a) That although all and all are trans, there are differences and similarities between trans experiences in the academic space and these are permeated by various intersections; b) That transgender people present differentiated demands, in addition to those placed by IPES, ranging from corporeal demands to material subsidies, also suggesting the need for quotas; and c) Trans bodies are inventive because they are self-governing people and (trans) shape the academic space in which they are turning their struggles into concrete policies. Finally, this research opens the way to think and defend the demands and trans bodies in IPES, serving as a subsidy to think which policies could be more effective to guarantee not only the access, but also the permanence of trans people in this space.

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  • INDIANARA MARIA FERNANDES FERREIRA
  • Autonomous Medication Management (GAM) and Damage Reduction in Potiguar Context: a possible composition?

  • Líder : ANA KARENINA DE MELO ARRAES AMORIM
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA KARENINA DE MELO ARRAES AMORIM
  • ANA CAROLINA RIOS SIMONI
  • ROSSANA CARLA RAMEH DE ALBUQUERQUE
  • Data: 12-dic-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In Brazil, prohibitionist policies and laws are in constant conflict with the Damage Reduction (RD) policy and
    the psychosocial care model, built with the Psychiatric Reform, aimed at taking care of people suffering from
    drug use. In this field of tensions, we encounter several problems to ensure humanized and free care. Among
    them, the high consumption of psychiatric drugs and pharmacological therapy as the main treatment strategy,
    whose participation of people in the decisions about their treatment and their access to prescribing information
    are minimal. To address this issue, the Autonomous Medication Management (GAM) strategy was developed in
    Canada. Although translated and adapted to the Brazilian context, there is still the challenge of understanding
    and assessing its relevance and potentiality in the field of alcohol and other drugs, in its specificities. In order to
    broaden the discussion to licit and illicit substances, prescribed and not prescribed, considering the ethical north
    of RD, the research aimed to follow the GAM experience in a CAPSad of the city of Natal-RN, mapping its
    limits and potentialities. From an intervention research of cartographic inspiration, it was possible to follow the
    experience and produce three plans of analytical composition: 1) From the daily and micropolitical experiences
    of care, pointing to a dilution in the boundaries between these substances in the perspective of an “autonomous
    management of multiple substances”; 2) GAM as a group device, which allows operating the ethics of RD in the
    collective and cogestive scope, from the transversality between different knowledge and practices and 3) GAM
    as a strategy to promote collective autonomy with the setting up of support networks among the participants. In
    conclusion, the meeting between GAM and RD calls us to the ethical-political commitment to the drugs issue, to
    the antimanicomial and anti-prohibitionist struggles and, above all, to people's lives.

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  • CARLOS EDUARDO SILVA FEITOSA
  • Memory and resistance of a mental health collective

  • Líder : ANA KARENINA DE MELO ARRAES AMORIM
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA KARENINA DE MELO ARRAES AMORIM
  • ANA KALLINY DE SOUSA SEVERO
  • FLÁVIA HELENA MIRANDA DE ARAÚJO FREIRE
  • Data: 13-dic-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The affirmation of the memory of groups disqualified by the great narratives is a key element in the process of confront with human rights violations that occur daily in Brazil, especially in the mental health's field. To revisit the history of groups through other lenses, enhances new debates to understand the processes of resistance to the manicomial capture's of life, especially in the current scenario of a psychiatric "counter-reform" and a "remanicomialization" in this field. In face this scenario emerges the present research work with the Potiguar Plural Association (PLURAL), a mental health collective in Natal/RN. In this cartographic research with the collective, we seek to map resistance processes to the manicomial life forms, through the production of narratives of PLURAL participants' memories, in an attempt to tell their story, mapping points of tension, knowledge production and resistance in the potiguar mental health's. As a result, a narrative about PLURAL was produced collectively, from its foundation until the present moment, as well as the mapping of three lines of analysis about the production of resistances within the collective: from the testimony of the asylum memories; the production of care networks among the members of the collective; and the formation of future professionals, who are internshiping or experiencing the groupality of the PLURAL during their academic formation. These lines pointed out how the memory of violations can, through collective agency, become raw material for actions in the field of mental health, both in the production of care networks, and in the formation of future professionals, sensitive and involved in care in freedom. We conclude that memory, testimony and collectivity are pillars in the development of resistance practices in the field of mental health, demonstrating the transformative potential of reality, starting from the protagonism and solidarity relations, in the affirmation and production of life.

Tesis
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  • LEONARDO VICTOR DE SÁ PINHEIRO
  • Breaking fences, building knowledge: Agroecological work, living and (re)signification in relations with place

  • Líder : JOSE DE QUEIROZ PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA PAULA SOARES DA SILVA
  • GUSTAVO MARTINELI MASSOLA
  • JOSE DE QUEIROZ PINHEIRO
  • TADEU MATTOS FARIAS
  • WASHINGTON JOSE DE SOUSA
  • Data: 15-feb-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In recent decades, the indiscriminate use of pesticides in food production has been causing growing concern in many parts of the world. In opposition to hegemonic development based on chemicaldependent monoculture, agroecology stimulates the cultivation without the use of chemical substances and based on the principles of sustainability, aiming at an environmentally correct, socially just and economically viable production. Thus, the productive pattern can define significant changes in the environmental context, and may influence the farmer's relationship with the land, both in terms of the elaboration of its history, as well as in the construction of identity ties and the production of subjectivities. In this perspective, the relationship with the place can play an important role in the way the rural producer can be emotionally connected to his land and the community to which he belongs, serving as a relevant means of understanding the practices of care and preservation of nature. In view of this, this research has a general objective to investigate the nature of the relationship with the place, from the experiences of agroecological producers of a rural community located in the rural zone of the state of Rio Grande do Norte. For this, a qualitative, ethnographic-inspired approach was adopted, whose data were constructed through participant observation and semi-structured interviews. The constructed corpus was analyzed based on the analysis of thematic content, of interpretative logic, using the aid of the software ATLAS.ti. The results of the study demonstrate different aspects of the farmers' relationship with the place, revealing a multidimensional link formed by various forms of relations of the investigated participants. These, in turn, came to be characterized by particular types of appropriations (social, physical, territorial, labor and nature), which depended on the life trajectories, changes in the environment and established socioeconomic and environmental relations. Different positions were also observed in the ways of being, working and living, impelling new forms of relation and (re) signification of the place, materialized in liking to live and in the desire to remain living in the place. The research deals with the theme beyond the disciplinary boundaries, presenting the contribution of Environmental Psychology so that new perspectives are thrown into the discussion about the rural context and new reflections are raised towards a more sustainable agricultural development.

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  • DANIELLE DE GOIS SANTOS CALDEIRA
  • The issue of ethics in psychotherapy: contributions from Martin Heidegger&#39;s Hermeneutic
    Phenomenology

  • Líder : ELZA MARIA DO SOCORRO DUTRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANDRÉ BARATA NASCIMENTO
  • ELZA MARIA DO SOCORRO DUTRA
  • IRENE FILOMENA BORGES DUARTE
  • MARIA FERNANDA HENRIQUES
  • VERA ENGLER CURY
  • Data: 28-feb-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present research aimed to build understanding about the phenomena of human existence,

    developing an approximation between ethics and psychological clinic. Inspired in the Martin
    Heidegger’s Hermeneutic Phenomenology, as well as in his studies in the area of Ontology. In the
    research, the developed comprehensive exercise privileged Heideggerian hermeneutics as a horizon of
    encounter to understand ethics from the existential expressive way of opening of the circularity of
    meaning, involving human beings and existential ones. The problem investigated proposed
    understandings about ethics, fomenting reflections on the ontological condition of being-in-the-world,
    according to Heidegger in Being and time. This research aimed to understand ethics, distinguishing it
    from moral and deconstructing the usual way as ethics is summarized, in Psychology, to the code of
    professional ethics. Ethics is thesis topic and is understood in approach to a permanent updating of the
    ontological way. Ethics is conceived as being constituted by existential care, freedom and
    responsibility. The research is academic, original, exploratory and descriptive, whose research method
    is based on the Hermeneutic Phenomenology of Martin Heidegger, where are demonstrable
    possibilities for comprehensive reading, aiming at the articulation between ethics and clinical
    psychology / psychotherapeutics, based on the Existential Phenomenology of the philosopher. The
    results suggest the deconstruction of ethics in the way it is considered in the psychological clinic,
    justified in the Code of Ethics, in order to defend an ethics focused on the ways in which we inhabit
    the world, and from the contributions of Heidegger to clinical and psychotherapeutic work, for the
    defense of the construction of ethical pillars such as care, freedom and responsibility. This research
    points to other ways of ethical thinking and contribute to the understanding of the everyday life, in a
    reflexive manner. With this, the study can promote questions and mobilizations as to ways of relating
    to ethics, so that we can inhabit it and approach ontological thinking.

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  • MARIA DA GRAÇA SILVEIRA GOMES DA COSTA
  • Women and Agroecology in Rio de Janeiro: building feminist politics from the margins

  • Líder : MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ELISETE SCHWADE
  • JOAO PAULO SALES MACEDO
  • MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MARIA JURACY TONELI
  • RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • Data: 28-mar-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • This study aims to analyze the role of women in the construction of feminisms and Agroecology. To this end, we follow debates, meetings and mobilizations around the feminist agenda and agroecological popular movement of women from the West zone of Rio de Janeiro. We take the feminist epistemology as theoretical-methodological base in your joint in the field of social psychology in the context of postcolonial theory and post-structuralist theories, seeking to consider the various crossings and dynamics that characterize these contexts, to look at the modes of subjectivation of the urban farmers and the militants within the movement of Agroecology. As methodological tools, the analysis of documents of social movements and of the policies of promotion of Agroecology and urban agriculture, interviews with women members of the movement and the participant observation of events, meetings and the daily life of my speakers. The results show that social movements have been building narratives based on the importance of construction of feminisms and Agroecology while large social transformation projects, articulating gender, class and race; the international policies and programmes linked to the U.N. mobilized an institutional discourse of empowerment and equality referred to liberal feminisms increased production as a way to "equality" between genres. This will have great impact with regard to projects and credit lines for Agroecology in Latin America.The results also show that before the crisis scenario, militarization and precarious state, women build a feminist politics and popular since the banks from the concepts of body-territory and feminism. These strategies ressignificam subalternized places of power and point to other ways of doing politics, producing knowledge and occupy the cities. With this we see that the Agroecology comprise on a know-power that, if on the other hand can be captured by speeches that try to undermine potential insurgent, of contrapoderes, on the other hand, with the folds that are being built, especially by women, the territories, in a Rhizomatic action on building a network with other struggles and landscapes of resistance, such as the issue of food security, feminism and the right to the city to fight against the processes of urban gentrification and real estate speculation, puts the Agroecology movement as an important vector of subjectivation policy in the social movements from the city and the countryside.

4
  • CLAUDIA MARIA DE FIGUEIREDO MOREIRA LEITE CARNEIRO
  • FOOD CHOICE IN FAIRS OF ORGANIC PRODUCTS: AN ENVIRONMENTAL PERCEPTION STUDY IN ECOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

  • Líder : JOSE DE QUEIROZ PINHEIRO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOSE DE QUEIROZ PINHEIRO
  • GLEICE VIRGINIA MEDEIROS DE AZAMBUJA ELALI
  • RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • GUSTAVO MARTINELI MASSOLA
  • ISLANDIA BEZERRA DA COSTA
  • Data: 26-jun-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The hegemonic model of agrarian culture exported to the world through the assumptions of the Green Revolution solidified values and practices, which conducted a biological and sociocultural devastation of millenarian traditions of food cultivation. One of the possibilities of opposition to this paradigm arises in sustainable alternative systems, such as organic food production, which establishes sociocultural, economic and environmental sustainability. This study of quali-quantitative and exploratory inclination aims to explore the perception of organic food by its producers and consumers in specialized fairs. As epistemological and theoretical- methodological presuppositions, I used the Systemic Perspective and Barker’s Ecological Approach, respectively. I conducted a naturalistic observation in three specialized fairs in organic sales in 101 days of data collection. The investigation comprised two stages, with verbal and nonverbal aspects related to the sale and consumption of organic products. Were interviewed 04 producers and 04 consumers, and 657 people were observed. The research tools included place-centered behavioral mapping and context-based analysis with inspiration in behavior setting theory. Methodological convergence was established within an organization of thematic analysis with an interpretative basis, integrating the findings of observed behaviors, from the internal logics to the utterances and the relations constructed throughout the investigative process. The analytical process demonstrated that the choice of organic involved cognitive and affective understandings permeated by motivational aspects related to biological health, philosophical-religious and ethical-environmental aspects of the people involved. Understandings about this phenomenon in food may contribute to the generation of knowledge in the area of human-environment relations, adding an interdisciplinary comprehension on the issue.

5
  • WELYTON PARAÍBA DA SILVA SOUSA
  • TRANSCULTURAL ADAPTATION OF THE MULTIDIMENSIONAL SCALE OF PERCEIVED SOCIAL SUPPORT (MSPSS) TO PORTUGUESE (BRAZIL).

  • Líder : EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • GILSON DE VASCONCELOS TORRES
  • LEANDRO DA SILVA SAUER
  • MARIA ANDRÉIA DA NÓBREGA MARQUES
  • MARIA DA APRESENTACAO BARRETO
  • Data: 28-jun-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The social support is understood as dynamic process and complex process that involves interactions between subjects and their social networks providing and complementing the individual resources they have to face new requirements. For the measurement of the social support has been observed and increasing interest in the using of the Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support (MSPSS), developed in United States. The scale has already been adapted for a several countries and showed and presented satisfactory psychometric characteristics. Based on these aspects, this research is an descriptive,analytical and transversal adaptation that has as aim to promote the MSPSS cross cultural adaptation into Brazilian Portuguese. For this purpose the cross cultural method of adaptation (ATC) was used, using the following equivalence stages: conceptual, of itens, semantic, operational and of measurement. As the result of the three first stages an overview version of the MSPSS was made. As result of the two last equivalences the final overview version and the validated version for Brazil was made. In addition to the MSPSS, the Social Support Scale and the CES-D in the measurement equivalence, with the collected data were Exploratory Factor Analysis, Confirmatory Factor Analysis and Exploratory Graph Analysis resulting in a model with three dimensions that were the following: significant other, friends and family, similarly to the original. This version also presented convergent validity, divergent confirmed by the correlations between the MSPSS factors and the social support scored(convergent) and depressive symptoms (divergent). The criterion validity was observed through the capacity of differentiating groups of pregnant women (first child/second child). The result of the Cronbach’s alpha values were excellent for both total scale (α=0.93) and to the significant other dimensions (α=0.93), friends (α=0.91) and family (α=0.92). The test-retest values indicated a temporal stability of the MSPSS scores. The conclusion is that the brazilian version of the MSPSS is a easy to handle and comprehension scale, in a way that the 12 items remained. The resultant values in the 5 equivalence stages, indicated that this scale has characteristics of validity and reliability considered satisfactory, as well is a suitable instrument to use in future psychometric researches.

6
  • JULIANE DOMINONI GOMES DE OLIVEIRA
  • PSYCHOLOGIST’S PRACTICES IN FAMILY COURTS

  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FERNANDA SIMPLÍCIO CARDOSO
  • LEILA MARIA TORRACA DE BRITO
  • ADRIANO BEIRAS
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • SYMONE FERNANDES DE MELO
  • Data: 11-jul-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Attained 30 years since the first contest for psychologist at the Court of Justice in Sao Paulo (1985), it was identified the need to carry out a systematized national historical research on psychologist path at the Family Court. During that period, some changes in families and Brazilian legislation have affected the psychologist performance. Several studies and events have passed, the offer of training in Legal Psychology was expanded and practically all Courts of Justice have held public service exams for psychologist. The aim was to analyse historically the development context of the psychological practices at the Family Courts. The periodization, which consisted into three terms, took place through legislative frameworks. The survey and analysis of the documents between the contest at the TJSP - Court of Justice in Sao Paulo (1985) and Mediation Law (2015) were delimited. The analysis was made from categories, which were defined a priori. Documents were analysed based on bibliographies about family life after divorce and the results were presented in a historical course. In the first phase, the struggles to consolidate positions were directed "to the best interests of the child," and the demand for technical expertise divided the category into two perspectives. In the second, the demand complexity for expertise increased due to emerging issues; the regulation of practices began as a result of ethical complaints; the expertise function was consolidated and mediation was in evidence. In the third, the psychologist's assignments expanded, provoking tensions and debates; the intervention activities were transferred to other agencies; services were scrapped and some rights and spaces consolidated by the category were withdrawn, alerting to a possible extinction of the position in the Family Courts. The psychologist’s practices in Family Courts were forged in a hybrid terrain, between the judicialisation of family conflicts and the uncritical assimilation of culture of peace. The current configurations of the field revitalize the inquiry of Brito (1993), "Family Court, a matter for psychologists?".

7
  • LUCIANI SOARES SILVA MACEDO
  • WORK, NON-WORK AND RETIREMENT: A STUDY WITH PROFESSORS

  • Líder : PEDRO FERNANDO BENDASSOLLI
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FELLIPE COELHO LIMA
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • LÚCIA HELENA DE FREITAS PINHO FRANÇA
  • PEDRO FERNANDO BENDASSOLLI
  • SÔNIA MARIA GUEDES GONDIM
  • Data: 23-ago-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The activity system model is situated in a dialectical model of plural and conflicting socialization, throughout life, with an active subject in the construction of his life and transformation of his environment. It relies on a systemic approach. This study investigates the dynamics of the activity system (professional, familiar, personal and social domain) triggered by the work-retirement transition in professors of a public university who chose to extend their working life. It is qualitative, longitudinal research. A methodological data triangulation device was used: The Activity System Inventory (ASI), self-observation of daily activities and semi-structured interviews. Fourteen teachers participated, and they were selected through a sample of typical cases. It was identified that the teaching activity system is multicenter, with projects under development and/or in perspective in all life domains, and the relations between them are more defined in terms of aid than of an impediment nature. In this life model, the most important aspirations are in the family sphere, for which immediate support is given. These are projects in this sphere: preserving a good environment, having more family time, managing finances, helping dependents and taking care of the household. The personal/social sphere is most valued hierarchically with health care projects, interacting with friends and travelling more often. The professional sphere is the most active in the operation of the activity system, with projects to continue working, to be recognized for their professional career and not to be consumed by work. The meaning of work in its relations with other spheres of life was analyzed. It was found that, for these professors, to continue to work contributes more to the achievement of family and personal/social projects than to stop working. The workload is required to be reduced, but not to the point of retirement.

8
  • VANIA APARECIDA CALADO
  • MEDICALIZATION IN EDUCATION AND THE INITIAL FORMATION OF THE PEDAGOGUE

  • Líder : HERCULANO RICARDO CAMPOS
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • FAUSTON NEGREIROS
  • HERCULANO RICARDO CAMPOS
  • JULIO RIBEIRO SOARES
  • RAQUEL FARIAS DINIZ
  • SILVANA CALVO TULESKI
  • Data: 26-ago-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The process of medicalization consists in the transformation of complex and multifactorial social, political and cultural issues into diseases under a biological determinism that, in education, affects children and adolescents who do not fit the normality standards applied to learning. Studies point out that teachers do not know this phenomenon, so the learning of scientific concepts about it can promote this information, the understanding of its role in its coping and the elaboration of pedagogical practices in this direction. In this perspective, in view of the initial formation of presential pedagogues of a public university in Natal / RN and the theoretical framework of Historical-Cultural Psychology, this research aimed to develop and analyze pedagogical mediations in the learning process of the concept of medicalization in Education with Pedagogy students. For this, a formative experiment was conducted based on Davydov's proposal, between august and december 2016, with a group of 25 students from the sixth night. The experiment was developed in 16 weekly classes, distributed in three stages, preceded by the survey about the knowledge held about medicalization and, later, four more written works. The planning of the pedagogical mediations was based on the following conceptual hierarchy elaborated to approach the scientific concept medicalization in Education: relationship between school and society, social function of the school and the pedagogue, health, disease, normatization of society, biological determinism, play, medicalization of life, in view of the historical rescue of social changes and the forms of production that influenced political, economic, science, health and Education. In the first stage, activities were developed to work on the social function concepts of the school, the pedagogue and the relationship between society and school. In the second stage, the concept of play was worked in two moments: the first aimed to rescue memories of childhood and the playful experience; In the second, the students made intervention proposals in schools based on play. In the third stage there was the presentation to the concepts health, disease, society standardization, biological determinism and medicalization of life, as well as data on drug consumption. Seven students were selected to analyze the written records, among them, five did not present any concept related to medicalization in the initial diagnosis and the other two elaborated pseudoconcepts. Not all were able to structure the conceptual hierarchy approached, but there was progress in conceptual learning and apprehension of determinants of medicalization. Students understood that the current society, based on capitalism, by defining that only children play, by rationalizing and disciplining behavior, mechanizes, normalizes and dehumanizes the subjects, reaching the pedagogue that seeks to elaborate disciplinary pedagogical practices and not develop learning and the creativity. As a result, students who fail at school are assigned illnesses to be treated by medication with influence from the pharmaceutical industry. It is concluded that the formative experiment enabled mediations that promoted psychic changes, qualified thought processes for conceptual learning about medicalization in Education and contributed to the identification of possibilities of coping with the phenomenon, and play was pointed as an option.

9
  • ANA HELENA ARAÚJO BOMFIM QUEIROZ
  • Policy of insertion of psychologists in Residências Multiprofissionais em Saúde in Teaching

  • Líder : MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA CAROLINA RIOS SIMONI
  • MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MARIA APARECIDA DE FRANCA GOMES
  • SIMONE MAINIERI PAULON
  • VERÔNICA MORAIS XIMENES
  • Data: 30-ago-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The study investigated the interference cause by training Residência Multiprofissional (Multi-professional Residencies - RMS) in the teaching trajectory of psychologists. The RMS are configured as Post-Graduation Lato Sensu, aimed at training in service from the Permanent Education in Health (EPS). This is a qualitative research oriented by authors of the post-critical theories of Public Health, Psychology and Education. Fifty-one psychologists from community-based programs were identified, of whom 23 are or have been teaching acording Lattes platform. It was interviewed 17 graduates with ages ranging from 28 to 39 years; mostly with more than 5 years of training in public and private universities; and with less than five years of RMS. As for the teaching time, they are distributed among more than five years of teaching experience; between five and two years; and with less than two years of experience. Most accumulate health care and / or technical assistance activities together with teaching. The semi-structured face-to-face and distance interviews were transcribed and categorized into four axes: Professional Trajectory, RMS Contributions, Teaching Practices and Relationship between teacher trajectory and RMS. Most of the graduates began their professional trajectory in public policies or RMS. The RMS experience has the potential to provoke an ethical-political-pedagogical twist in the face of the hegemonic model of health formation and of triggering other ways of doing psychology, producing engagement and materiality for the teaching work. The teaching trajectory is a production that can not be separated from the scenario of labor market retraction in the public sector, expansion of vacancies in the private educational sector. As a teacher, he faces challenges in operationalizing EPS's pedagogical principles, especially the resistance of teachers and students to active learning methodologies, traditional pedagogy discourses and theory-practice detachment.

10
  • MÔNICA RAFAELA DE ALMEIDA
  • STUDENT ASSISTANCE AS A STRATEGY TO COMBAT SCHOOL DROPOUT AND RETENTION IN FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES: A CLIPPING OF THE POTIGUAR SEMIARID

     

  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA LUDMILA FREIRE COSTA
  • ANTONIO CABRAL NETO
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • LEONARDO BARBOSA E SILVA
  • OSTERNE NONATO MAIA FILHO
  • Data: 09-dic-2019


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Historically, the Brazilian higher education has been built as elitist, but in the last years the formulation of educational policies has granted access for students traditionally excluded from this level of education. In the midst of this process comes the Student Assistance National Program (PNAES), created to guarantee the permanence of students of Universities and Federal Institutes in socially vulnerable situations. Considering this new scenario of the Brazilian higher education, the goal of this paper is to analyze the student assistance as a strategy to combat school dropout and retention in federal universities, clipping the potiguar semiarid scenario. Specifically, I intended to understand how the PNAES was implemented; know the actions, the programs and the assisted students’ profiles; identify the students’ participation in the planning and evaluation of PNAES and discuss the student assistance as a retention strategy. To do so, I made a clipping with data from the Semi-arid Rural Federal University (UFERSA) to exemplify the boarder phenomenon. I analyzed resolutions, ordinances, activity reports and worksheets of assisted students. In addition, I conducted semi-structured interviews with deans, coordinators, psychologists and social workers who act in student care and students who are part of the student representation bodies. The data were categorized and analyzed based on the theoretical assumptions of dialectical historical materialism. The totality, the contradiction, the mediation and the dialectic were the dimensions and categories that guided the research. Some limitations of PNAES were noticed: focused actions; insufficient resources, staff and infrastructure and little student participation in the management, planning and evaluation of actions. However, even in the face of limits I found that student assistance had many advances after 2007 and it has contributed to ensuring the permanence and graduation completion of many students. Thus, PNAES has proved to be com important tool in the construction of possibilities that try to overcome the inequalities of permanence in higher education, but even with the inflections that this program has produced in the daily life of federal institutions, it will not solve all permanence problems, because they are associated with educational policies in general and their function within capitalism.

2018
Disertaciones
1
  • LAÍS FERNANDES JACOBINA
  • “WARMTH OF HOME”: UNVEILING THE FOSTER CARE IN RN

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • SYMONE FERNANDES DE MELO
  • ANGELA DE ALENCAR ARARIPE PINHEIRO
  • Data: 06-feb-2018


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • As a formal alternative to defend the rights of children and adolescents, the Foster Care Service (FCS) comes from the need to prevent the referral of children and adolescents to institutions, so it is inserted in a process of reformulation of the protection policy and the guarantee of the rights of children and adolescents. In this context, the target municipality of this research is a pioneer in the implementation of the service in Rio Grande do Norte (RN).Therefore, the insertion of the FCS in the socio assistance network of the municipality is discussed, from the perspective of the actors involved in its operation: technical team, coordinator, families (host and original), foster child, Child Care Council, Promoter of Justice and Judge. Based on semi-structured interviews, an analysis of the conceptions of these actors on the FCS was accomplished, of the role they play, trying to understand how it was the implementation process of the FCS and whether it is considered as an alternative care for the child and adolescent population. From the reading of the collected material, three preponderant axes of analysis were inferred: I - Conceptions about the FCS; II - Role played in the FCS and III - FCS as an alternative of care for children and adolescents in the municipality. The study shows that family shelter is considered to be an interesting alternative for the care of children and adolescents of the municipality, although there are still difficulties regarding the adolescent public. It was emphasized the individualized attention and affectivity in the relationship between the child/adolescent and the foster family environment, which was considered more salutary than the institutional one. However, the insertion of the FCS in the social assistance network has been experienced with reservations by some actors, and there is still a long way to achieve the solidification of this service in the network, as there are still challenges to be overcome, such as, among others, greater dissemination of information on the FCS in the region, and consequent growth in the register of foster families.

2
  • GABRIEL MIRANDA BRITO
  • The local police and the "organized crime" in the management of the urban fringe: notes regarding the youth experience

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • NELSON GOMES DE SANT'ANA E SILVA JUNIOR
  • OSWALDO HAJIME YAMAMOTO
  • RODRIGO FIGUEIREDO SUASSUNA
  • Data: 07-feb-2018


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present study investigate how two violent actors, the local police and an “organized crime”
    faction, interfere in the day life of self-declarated poor and black youth of an urban fringe of
    Natal, located in the Brazilian Northeast. To obtain the needed information to the development
    of this investigation, the researcher adopted the posture of a participant viewer inserting himself
    in the investigated community over nine months and performing thirteen observations registered
    in the field diary. The information arising from the diaries were schematized into discussion
    topics and interpreted with inspiration on the dialectical and historical materialism perspective
    of reality comprehension. For that matter, highlighting as results of the research, on one hand
    the presence of the faction as a controller agent of social life, through the enforced code of
    conduct and violent sanctions to the residents of the neighborhood or the cooptation of young
    adults called in economic deregulation times in the capitalist periphery to do activities related
    to the illegal drug market; on the other hand, the local police that when called to fight crime acts
    with exhibitionistic actions ineffective on the decrease of urban violence and constitutive in the criminalization process of poverty, especially by identifying the peripheral communities as dangerous places, stigmatizing the native population and, in specific, the black youth. Surrounded by an excluding economic system, the State violence, the community faction and the possibility of a violent action of a rival faction that can lead to social death as well as biological, it’s understandable in this context the young, poor, black and resident of periphery as someone situated in the crossfire between the crime and the police

3
  • DANIELA BEZERRA RODRIGUES
  • ANALYSIS OF SOCIO-MEDICAL MEASURES IN THE OPEN ENVIRONMENT IN THE METROPOLITAN REGION OF CHRISTMAS

  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ANA LUDMILA FREIRE COSTA
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • NELSON GOMES DE SANT'ANA E SILVA JUNIOR
  • Data: 08-feb-2018


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • In times of juvenile criminal intesenfication, with the processing of the reduction in the criminal age and the increase of imprisionment as justification for the expansion of violence in the country, the exploratory research of a qualitative nature aimed to analyze how the implementation of socioeducational measures in open environment in the metropolitan region of Natal, considering the characterization of socio-educational assistance programs, political order, flow and service strategies. Thus the methodological delineation consisted of two stages, the first, a documentary research, in which it was sought to build the characterization of the general data about the metropolitan region, and, mainly, how the juvenile accountability was conformed. The survey took as a reference the year 2012, when Law No. 12,594 becomes effective. The second stage, data collection, was planned in two moments, semi-structured interviews with managers of the municipal management body and service of execution of socio-educational measures in open environment and focus group with the technical teams of the services. It was observed that the Municipal Policy of Socio-Educational Assistance is not yet consolidated in the metropolitan region, there is a confusion between service execution and policy execution. It was also observed the fragility of the participation of the sector policies that compose the policy of socio-educational service, in the same way as the other entities that compoese the System of Guarantee of Rights. The implementation of the measure occurs within the framework of precariousness of the links and working conditions of the Social Assistance Policy. There is a culture of implementing cumulative of the Community Service and Probation measures. Regarding the process of implementing the measure, a shift in the centrality of the focus of the measure was observed, since the goals and strategies of the Individual Care Plan are defined and monitored by the teams, without the adolescent being in the centrality of the socio-educational process. It is understood that even with the normative advance proposed by the legislation after the Federal Constitution, the approximations and reproductions of the punitive logic of the Códigos de Menores continue defining the SocioEducational Policy, from the relationship with the Justice System to the pedagogical practices developed.

4
  • KARINA DANIELLY CAVALCANTI PINTO
  • COPING STRATEGIES AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION

  • Líder : EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • LUCIANA CARLA BARBOSA DE OLIVEIRA
  • RODRIGO DA SILVA MAIA
  • Data: 08-feb-2018


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The renal transplantation is a surgical procedure that consists in the replacement of a healthy kidney from a donor in the recipient, this therapy aims into a better quality of life (QoL), but does not represents the cure of the end-stage renal disease. After the surgery, the recipient needs to adjust to the use of immunosuppressants drugs and the regular evaluation of your health status. In addition, the person who receives the kidney transplantation starts to live with the possibility of clinical complications and the fear of rejection of the renal graft. These experiences are potential triggers of anxiety and distress, obliging the patient to adapt in front of the demands of the treatment itself. The inadequate management of stressors after kidney transplantation may become a barrier to the effectiveness of this therapy. In this sense, it is necessary to identify in the post-transplant patients the coping strategies that they use in the face of the adversities of the treatment and their relationship with the QoL. The purpose of this study was to evaluate quality of life and coping strategies in renal transplant patients. The study included 150 transplant recipients whos follow up in the clinic at the University Hospital Onofre Lopes. For the evaluation of the patients, the following instruments were used: sociodemographic questionnaire, the Whoqol-Bref instrument and the Ways of Coping Scale. Data analysis was based on descriptive and inferential statistics. The results indicated adequate levels of satisfaction with health and global QOL. In reference to the use of coping strategies, it was identified that the coping method focused on religiosity / fanciful thoughts, followed by the problem-focused coping strategy, were the most used by transplant patients. The correlations between the constructs investigated, identified positive correlations between the use of the strategy focused on the problem and the domains of QoL and negative correlations between the strategy focused on the emotion and the domains evaluated by the Whoqol-Bref.

5
  • ALESSANDRA DO NASCIMENTO CAVALCANTI
  • Coping strategies and social support in adults patients at intensive care unit

  • Líder : EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • EULALIA MARIA CHAVES MAIA
  • LUCIANA CARLA BARBOSA DE OLIVEIRA
  • RODRIGO DA SILVA MAIA
  • Data: 08-feb-2018


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The Intensive Care Unit is a specialized hospital sector whose primary objective recover or provide support to the vital functions of patients as they recover. The disease process can trigger the individual a crisis situation. This crisis may occur in a short period of psychological imbalance when faced with a stressful circumstance, which can not run away or settle with the usual resources for troubleshooting. Thus, it is possible that a requirement both by the patient and their families, demanding ways of facing a situation. In addition to coping strategies, it is important to consider the influence of social support in patients who are hospitalized in that unit. Investigate the perceived social support and coping strategies used by adult patients in the Intensive Care Unit. It is a quantitative study, cross-sectional and correlational. A total of 126 patients participated in the study (63 in each institution), in the Intensive Care Unit at Hospital Monsignor Walfredo Gurgel and  University Hospital Onofre Lopes. Patients who agree to participate in this study, responded the following instruments: Socio-Demographic Survey (social, demographic and health data); Social Support Scale; Ways of Coping Scale. The results showed that adult patients hospitalized in the ICU tended to use higher strategies focused on religious / fantasy thoughts, as well they having a perception of above-average social support, emphasizing in the dimension of affective support as the highest score obtained by the individuals. Considering the instruments that we used in this research, a positive relationship was observed between WCS factors and as well the same positive relationship among WCS factors and social support dimensions was demonstrated. Thusly, it highlights the problem-focused strategy as the most related to the perception of social support between individuals. In the data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics were performed using a data processing software. Therefore, it is important to emphasize the coping strategies in the recovery process of patients in the ICUs, as well as the direct influence of social support.

6
  • MALU NUNES DE OLIVEIRA
  • UNEMPLOYMENT IN NEW GRADUATES YOUNG: HEIDEGGERIAN HERMENEUTIC PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY

  • Líder : ELZA MARIA DO SOCORRO DUTRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CYNARA CARVALHO DE ABREU
  • ELZA MARIA DO SOCORRO DUTRA
  • FERNANDO JOSÉ GASTAL DE CASTRO
  • Data: 23-feb-2018


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The number of unemployed youth has grown considerably over the past few years, rising to more than the number of unemployed adults. This study arose from the need to broaden the reflection about the unemployment in young graduates, emphasizing the speech of the participants of the research. Starting from this assumption, the problem of this research was to question the meaning of being devoid of a place that represents "stability", the work, moment that usually generates anguish, fear and insecurity. For this, the objective was to understand the experience of young graduates who were in the experience of unemployment, from the Heideggerian phenomenological-hermeneutic perspective. This approach allows prioritizing the understanding of human existence through the senses that the being attributes to its experience and reveals them through language. Four interviews were conducted with youngsters between the ages of 23 and 29 years. The analysis of the narratives was carried out from the hermeneutical method, in the light of the ideas of the philosopher Martin Heidegger and scholars of his philosophy. The results revealed that the desire of young people to carry out their activities permeates their worldviews, making their lives a consequence of the ways that training provided them. The senses associated with the exercise of a formal occupation exclude the possibility of not exercising the activity. Reflections on the labor market, the capitalist mode of production, and sociological aspects of the context of higher education were also unveiled, reflecting the characteristics of the "Age of Technique". The insertion of the phenomenological perspective in the discussions on unemployment and work has broadened the understanding of being young in the contemporary world, since this reality presents demands and, as a consequence, opens space for new investigations and interventions. 

7
  • NARA FERNANDES LÚCIO
  • Violation of rights in the socio-educational process of adolescents in freedom's deprivation

  • Líder : ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • NELSON GOMES DE SANT'ANA E SILVA JUNIOR
  • Data: 23-feb-2018


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The present study had as its goal the analysis of the main human rights violations suffered by teenagers
    during correctional measures of deprivation of liberty, in the city of João Pessoa, capital of the Paraíba
    state. For that, the data construction was gathered in two moments: the analysis of reports of visits to
    socio-educational centers, elaborated by the Hu-man Rights Commissions of the State of Paraíba and the
    realization of interviews with the teenagers deprived of their liberty. The documental research intended to
    characterize the measure studied, as well as identify the main rights violations committed against the teen-
    agers that are serving it. The second moment intended to identify the continuities and in-stabilities of
    what was verified in the process of documental research. The data obtained in the two stages of research
    was confronted with the Child and Teenager Statute, as well as postulates of Critical Criminology,
    theorical reference used viewing to analyze the rights violations under the operation of the Penal State,
    the Criminalization of Poverty and Penal Selectivity. The results confirmed the existence of diverse
    violations of rights suffered, as well as a resemblance between the measure studied and the Brazilian
    Penal System; a measure of socio-educative compliance, with predominance of punitive nature:
    overcrowd-ing, mistreatment that extend to the families, beating, deaths, horrible conditions of infra-
    structure, scholarization problems, lack of professionalizing courses and cultural workshops to everyone;
    in this context, it was identified that these human rights violations present a structural aspect in the
    deprivation of liberty measure; as well as determined a strong relation between the human rights

    violations and the forms of resistance builted by these oppressed groups; also were perceived possibilities
    of subtle changes in the lives of the teenagers, by the form of human rights guarantees. At last, it has been
    made necessary the comprehension of the human rights guarantees as an important tactic to build a new
    society, understanding its limits.

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  • MARIANE ARAUJO DANTAS
  • Behavior, social competence and executive functioning in children and teenagers having survived posterior fossa tumors

  • Líder : IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • CINTIA ALVES SALGADO AZONI
  • IZABEL AUGUSTA HAZIN PIRES
  • RODRIGO DA SILVA MAIA
  • Data: 09-mar-2018


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Epidemiological data from the National Cancer Institute (INCA, 2016) estimate that
    paedriatic cancer correspond up to 1 to 3% of the total cancer incidence in Brazil,
    accounting up for 12.600 new cases annually. Despite improvement in diagnostic
    measures and elevated survival rates in recent years, treatment for brain tumors is still
    associated to elevated neurotoxicity and significantly neuropsychogical impairments,
    including academic, cognitive and behavioural changes. In paediatric population,
    nervous system tumors mostly develops (60%) in the posterior fossa. It is well
    documented that children who survive these tumors are challenged with significative
    neurocognitive damage. Previous studies highlight intelectual, attentional, process
    speed, visual memory and executive functiong impairments after posterior fossa tumor
    treatment. Consequently, these children can exhibit poor academic performance, low
    vocacional success and impaired behavior. Two hypothesis, non excluding, are
    highlighted as alternatives for comprehesion for the emergency of these impairments.
    The first one suggests that diffuse damage to the neuronal white matter due to the
    radiotherapy is one of the possible causes to the observed impairments, while the
    second one suggests that cerebellar damage is the responsable for the cognitive,
    behavioural and affective impairments. Examining how disease and it´s treatment
    impact the daily lives of survivors highlights how academic and social impairments
    manifests in the functional capacity of these children, their learning potencial and
    vocational success and, mostly, their quality of life. This study aims to characterize the
    behavioral profile and social competence of children survivors of posterior fossa
    tumors. Addictionally, this study aims to correlate behavior problems and social
    problems - as evaluated by their parents and caregivers - and executive functioning of
    this clinic population. 18 children survivors of posterior fossa tumors have participated
    in this study. It was found above average prevalence of psychiatric syndroms and
    marked behavior problems and altered social competence in both clinical groups.
    Estatistical significant correlations between behavioural measures and executive
    functioning were found.

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  • NATHALIA POTIGUARA DE MORAES LIMA
  • Homeless National Movement of the RN: political training

  • Líder : ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ILANA LEMOS DE PAIVA
  • ISABEL MARIA FARIAS FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA
  • MARIA DE FÁTIMA PEREIRA ALBERTO
  • Data: 14-mar-2018


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The phenomenon of homeless situation is originated by multiple determinations. However, the mode
    of organization of capitalist society, guided by the logic of wage labor and the maximization of profits
    to the detriment of life, stands out. In this context, the segment researched constitutes a social group
    that is marginalized and stigmatized by society that does not recognize its way of life and makes its
    existence contemptible. Nevertheless, this group is not made up of people outside the world, incapable
    of questioning their own condition, disinterested in transforming their realities and overcoming this
    state. Therefore, the present study aims to analyze the role assumed by the Political Formation
    Meetings held by the National Population Movement in the State of Rio Grande do Norte (MNPR /
    RN). Specific objectives include: I) identifying the moments of political formation developed by the
    MNPR / RN; II) to analyze the discussions that emerge from such moments; III) and to obtain
    information about the group&#39;s perception regarding these moments. It is a scientific study in which
    research methods, documentary research, fieldwork through participant observation, and semi-
    structured interviews will be used as research methods. It is hoped that the results obtained through this
    research can contribute to new perspectives on the phenomenon of the street population, in addition,
    that provides an understanding of the aspects related to the political organization of this segment
    through the social movement, in this context.

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  • WALDECI GOMES CONFESSOR JÚNIOR
  • The late enlightenment in the cemetery of the living: the judiciary asylum in the context of the Brazilian psychiatric reform

  • Líder : MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • RAFAEL DE ALBUQUERQUE FIGUEIRO
  • SIMONE MAINIERI PAULON
  • Data: 22-mar-2018


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The research analyze the knowledge and practice of operators of laws and psychiatry in relation of Custody and Treatment Psychiatric
    Unit (UPCT in Brazilian Portuguese), the only institution directed to the compliance of security measures of compulsory internment in
    Rio Grande do Norte, from the principles that guide the process of psychiatric Brazilian reform. It problematizes the juxtaposition of the
    phenomena of madness and criminality and the historical claim for public policies that base itself in the enclosure of lives in the name
    of a public safety ideal. From the analysis of centrality of custody&#39;s measures began to occupy in penal law and in psychiatry and ruled
    on Insitutional Analysis postulates, propose a discussion about the present challenges of the institution in front of the new sketch of
    Mental Health National Policies, introduced by the process of critic elaboration and the practice of psychiatric reform, that produced a
    rupture the a model historically consolidated by the psychiatry. Methodologically, the research adopted a qualitative perspective, it
    uses an observation strategy of the institution reality, from this one was collected updated data about the functioning conditions of the
    UPCT. Subsequently, it proceeded the analysis of related process files of the institutional residents, through that, it was verified the
    arguments that base the application of compulsory internment measures. At last, semi structured interviews were performed, with the
    criminal judges from the capital and with the psychiatrist responsible for the institution, where the interface of the field of mental
    health was uncovered by justice. From the analyzers emerged from the data reading build on the field, strong lines that act in this
    device was noticed, that remain resistant to the process of reorientation in the field of psychosocial attention. The results illustrate
    how the knowledge and practice articulate and pass through the asylum space, shaping it like a stiffened molar set and practically non
    different of the regular prison structures, faced with the total failure of the therapeutics projects directed to the insane transgressor.

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  • FRANCISCO WILSON NOGUEIRA HOLANDA JÚNIOR
  • Adaptation and validity evidences of the Dementia Cognitive Fluctuation Scale

  • Líder : KATIE MORAES DE ALMONDES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOAO CARLOS ALCHIERI
  • KATIE MORAES DE ALMONDES
  • LUCIA IRACEMA ZANOTTO DE MENDONCA
  • Data: 27-mar-2018


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Cognitive fluctuations (CF) are defined as spontaneous and transient variations in alertness and cognition,
    occurring in the most common dementias. CF are associated with worsening clinical course of dementias and
    neuropsychological functioning. The accuracy in the identification of CF represents an important clinical
    challenge, and the failure to recognize them may contribute to a poor differential diagnosis. Among the available
    tools, the Dementia Cognitive Fluctuation Scale (DCFS) was created to evaluate CF. In the Brazilian literature,
    there is a lack of known studies about scales that evaluate CF. The current study aimed adapt transculturally
    and to investigate evidences of construct validity of the DCFS. Transcultural adaptation encompassed 6 stages:
    (1) translation the instrument from the source language to the target language; (2) synthesis of the translated
    versions; (3) concordance analysis of the synthesis by judges, (4) evaluation of the instrument by the target
    population; (5) back-translation, and (6) pre-test. Following the adaptation process, a preliminary study was
    carried out with the application of the adapted version and a cognitive and neuropsychiatric evaluation protocol.
    Sixty-two older adults participated in this study, divided in 4 groups: healthy older adults (n = 35), mild cognitive
    impairment (MCI) (n = 11), Alzheimer’s disease dementia (ADD) (n = 10), and vascular dementia (VD) (n = 6).
    Preliminary results indicated dementia groups (ADD e VD) presented significantly more indicators of CF when
    compared to healthy elderly. In the three clinical groups (MCI, ADD and VD), it was verified that higher levels of
    FC correlated to the worse performance in semantic memory and verbal fluency. However, due to the small
    samples, it was not possible to investigate the construct validity initially aimed, which is considered as essential
    in posterior studies to support the use of the scale. This study achieves results in adapting the DCFS to the

    Brazilian context and offers some CFs indicators in the evaluated groups, emphasizing the need for subsequent
    psychometric investigations.

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  • ELIANE LUCAS DA SILVA
  • Violence and Social Support among women living in a rural settlement of agrarian reform

  • Líder : MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JOAO PAULO SALES MACEDO
  • MAGDA DINIZ BEZERRA DIMENSTEIN
  • MARIA APARECIDA DE FRANCA GOMES
  • Data: 27-mar-2018


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The women in rural settlement from agrarian reform live in awful conditions of life and work, as well as struggle to reach access to
    public policies that contribute to the worsening of violence situation that overly impact the physical and mental health of the women
    and the family. This research objective is to investigate the relationship between violence against the women and the social support
    between the local residents of a rural settlement of agrarian reform, considering that the crossing of gender dimensions. The specific
    objective seeks to detect the occurrence of gender-based violence and its peculiarities in the rural environment; map the configuration
    of formal net social support and non-formal available in this context and identify what steps walked for this women in search of help
    and what resources are used for disrupting the violence cycle. It&#39;s a descriptive study, with qualitative approach that seek to
    comprehend the speeches and practices that maintain violence situations in the rural settlement in a way that present itself in the
    everyday life of this women. Nine women were interviewed, residents of a rural settlement in Rio Grande do Norte. The results indicate
    that the gender violence against women is associated to the inequality of gender relationship, to the invisibility of female work, to the
    prevalence of rigid gender tasks, to the violence naturalization, as well as the understanding of the violence as a private environment. It
    was verified that women appeal firstly to non-formal support (family, friends), the search for services is made only when the situation
    are getting worse, just as endure to access a health service, to the social support and the public policies of attention in protection of
    women in violence situation.

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  • JULIANA MOREIRA DA SILVA ANDRADE
  • Psychotherapy as a working activity in Brazil

  • Líder : JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • SYMONE FERNANDES DE MELO
  • CLAUDIA OSORIO DA SILVA
  • Data: 28-mar-2018


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The field of psychotherapy was built up from historical shamanic roots, throughout processes of
    scientificity criteria and institutionalization. These processes allowed psychotherapy in terms of,
    validity, diversification, expansion and social consolidation as a clinical practice, that can be executed
    by many professionals, psychologists included. This professional clinical activity is frequently seen in
    Brazil, in terms of social representation, as characteristic of psychological practice, and even of
    Psychology itself. This domain of Psychology, however, is fragmented, dispersed and divergent in its
    perspectives, what justify the need of reinforcing discussions concerning conceptual content, together
    with topics related to politics, economics, practical and ethical tensions, in order to overcome
    fragmentation. This research aimed, in this context, to analyze and improve comprehension of
    psychotherapy as a working, professional activity, from psychotherapists-psychologist’s perspectives,
    allowing these professionals to start up reflection and transformation. Clinical method was centrally
    adopted as research tool, covering professional activity analyses based upon articulated interviews in
    the context of psychology of working activity standpoint. Three psychologists psychotherapists took
    part of the interviews; they were affiliated to distinct theoretical-methodological approaches and had
    different time of professional experience. Results allowed advances in the characterization of
    psychotherapist’s professional activity. Many usual aspects about working activity were verified, what
    contributed to propose the existence of a professional genre of autonomous psychologists
    psychotherapists beyond the fragmentation of approaches. An important set of dramatic topics in the
    professional field were observed, such as hiding of certain themes in the dialog between pairs, conflict
    of the roles of psychotherapist and manager, and between the ethics of helping and the need of money,

    concerning the therapeutic process. Finally, this study allowed to contribute to the comprehension of
    psychotherapy as a work activity, also contributing to the discussion of theoretical-methodology
    aspects in the basis of psychotherapies, in the theoretical frame of Clinic of Activity approach.

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  • IZABELLE CRISTINA DE MEDEIROS PRIMO
  • PRODUCTION OF SENSES ON SEXUAL DIVERSITY BY RURAL YOUNGSTERS

  • Líder : JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • JADER FERREIRA LEITE
  • AVELINO ALDO DE LIMA NETO
  • JOAO PAULO SALES MACEDO
  • Data: 28-mar-2018


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • The school is an institution historically constructed to meet the social demands of where it is inserted
    and, therefore, both reproduces and produces its historical-social context. In this way, the demand of
    young students on topics related to gender, sexuality and sexual diversity that I welcome as a
    psychologist at the Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of the State of Rio Grande
    do Norte (IFRN), within the State, is growing. especially young people from small municipalities and
    rural communities. This research aimed to investigate the senses produced by youngsters from rural
    communities of IFRN-Campus São Paulo do Potengi (SPP) on sexual diversity, as well as to analyze
    how the ruralities mediate the production of the senses in question, to know how the family and the
    community interpose in the way rural youth produces meanings about sexual diversity and to identify
    how the IFRN-SPP permeates this production of meanings. We conducted four discussion groups, with
    15- to 29-year- old students, IFRN-SPP students, rural residents, who agreed to participate in the study,
    with prior authorization. Considering the students&#39; adhesion and the time of bonding with the campus,
    the material produced by a group was analyzed in depth, based on preliminary categories: sexual
    diversity, ruralities, family and community, IFRN-SPP, based on perspectives theories about social
    constructionism, ruralities and sexual diversity. The results point to meanings built on sexual diversity
    that reveal differences in urban and rural life among young people, emphasizing a predominance of
    traditional family and community values in rural areas that restrict the possibilities around sexual
    diversity, making their recognition more challenging in this context. On the other hand, the attachment
    of young people to the IFRN-SPP has allowed the incorporation of new discursive repertoires, in order
    to broaden their senses around sexual diversity, with a view to an exercise of otherness promoted by
    the institution.

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  • MARIA EMANUELA MATOS LEONARDO
  • Evaluation of effects of the game "Perfect Bedroom: learn to sleep well" in sleep parameters and  habits of healthy children 

  • Líder : KATIE MORAES DE ALMONDES
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • KATIE MORAES DE ALMONDES
  • CAROLINA VIRGINIA MACEDO DE AZEVEDO
  • MARIA LAURA NOGUEIRA PIRES
  • Data: 13-abr-2018


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • Insufficient and irregular sleep may be influenced by the presence of inadequate sleep habits. Interventions that promote healthy sleep, such as those that focus on the dissemination of behavioral and environmental recommendations of sleep hygiene with children, are presented as an alternative. Serious game aim to promote knowledge and behavioral changes, including the entertainment features. These games are particularly interesting for children and teens because of its potential to engage and motivate players. This study aimed to evaluate effects of the serious game "Perfect Bedroom: learn to sleep well" (based on sleep hygiene recommendations) on sleep habits and sleep parameters of healthy children. Two groups were composed, experimental (EG) (N=8) and control (CG) (N=5), in which sleep pattern, sleep habits and somnolence were evaluated in three moments: pre-intervention, post-intervention and follow-up (after four weeks). Intervention with serious game "Perfect Bedroom: learn to sleep well" happened twice a week, for three weeks in a row, lasting up to 50 minutes. Based on parents' reports, results showed an increase of 45 minutes in bedtime in school days and 5 minutes at weekends, an increase in calm activities for the EG in comparison to the CG. However, there was no alteration in activities with electronic devices post-intervention. The results based on children's responses indicated a reduction in the number of electronic objects in bedroom and actions with these devices close to bedtime for the GE. However, these changes were not statistically significant. It is concluded that the game provided a positive and fun experience for children, although the intervention did not promote a significant improvement in sleep pattern, sleepiness and sleep habits of children, possibly due to sampling error or intervention limitations.

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  • ANA PAULA DE ARAÚJO FERREIRA
  • THE EXPERIENCE OF PROFESSIONAL CHOICE AMONG UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS FROM NATAL (RN) HAVING GIVEN UP THEIR FIRST CHOSEN ACADEMIC FORMATION

  • Líder : JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • MIEMBROS DE LA BANCA :
  • ALDA KAROLINE LIMA DA SILVA
  • CYNARA CARVALHO DE ABREU
  • JORGE TARCISIO DA ROCHA FALCAO
  • TATIANA DE LUCENA TORRES
  • Data: 28-jun-2018


  • Resumen Espectáculo
  • University evasion assumes increasing dimensions over the years and affects the whole society. Published research data indicate that university students attribute this phenomenon to factors such as the quality of teaching, their own socioeconomic conditions and professional choice. In order to understand specificities of processes of academic-professional choices, together with decisions of dropping out these choices and to evaluate repercussions of these experiences on participants intrapersonal dynamics, we have used Vygotsky's historical-cultural theory. More specifically the concepts of experience (translation for Russian word perezhivanie) and dramatic collisions, which can lead to qualitative changes and development of Higher Psychological Functions. In addition, we are equally based on the theoretical concept of "power to act", issued from Activity Clinic general theoretical framework. These conceopts have been used into the context of professional choice among young studenets. Regarding methodological aspects, individual interviews were conducted based on the establishment of a welcoming clinical position on the part of the researcher in relation to the participants, conduct according to the clinical-qualitative methodology proposed by the clinic of the activity. As a complementary tool, the field diary was used to record the researcher's impressions. The participants came from the village of Natal / RN, were at least 18 years old and had a biographical history of having dropped off one or more undergraduate courses. The number of interviews was defined based on the spontaneous demand of university students who, after disclosure of the research in social networks, showed interest in participating, and also through the "snowball" method, through indications of the participants themselves. These interviews were recorded, transcribed and passed through a clinical-interpretative analysis, according to the theoretical and epistemological framework of the study. This dissertation is organized into six sections: introduction, two theoretical chapters, a theoretical-methodological chapter, another chapter of results and discussion, and the final considerations. The results point to common aspects among the academic-professional choices of the participants, such as the priority given to entering higher education, being the choice of the area of training as secondary, the need to seek to know the professions desired before electing them, the presence of a higher level of drama when graduation dropping occurs closer to the end of this, among other issues. Finally, it was understood that the abandonment of graduations consisted, for the participants, in dramatic experiences that led them to psychological development.