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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Educational Practices In Health Care And The Constitution Of Active Subjects [práticas Educativas Em Saúde E A Constituição De Sujeitos Ativos]|
|Abstract:||The objective of this article is to identify the problems of contemporary educational practices in health care and their contributions to the constitution of subjectivities. This is a theoretical, reflexive study, seeking to articulate these practices within Foucaultian conceptions of safety and freedom, key elements in manufacturing an active subject. In this reflexive examination we address the interdependence of these practices with biomedicine and its proclamations in conformity with risk philosophy, as well as the capillarization of these discourses of the active subject through cultural pedagogies. Thus, we understand that these educational practices could present many configurations, among them strategies originating from safety devices, which contribute to the formation of active subjects. In this tangle of discursive elements, interlaced by innumerous dimensions, by historically-built health practices, one can no longer imagine binary power relationships, but multiple power relationships intermingled with interpellations, which delimit conducts considered healthy for this other, grounded in representations situated in particular spaces and temporalities.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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