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Title: Militant strategy and its subjective consequences
Authors: Sales, André Luis Leite de Figueirêdo
Fontes, Flávio Fernandes
Yasui, Silvio
Keywords: Subjectivity;Militancy;Social movements;Brazil
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: InScience Press
Citation: SALES, A. L. L. De F.; FONTES, F. F.; YASUI, S. Militant strategy and its subjective consequences. In: PRACANA, C.; WANG, M. (Org.). Psychology Applications & Developments IV: advances in psychology and psychological trends series. Lisboa: In Science Press, 2018. Cap. 16, p. 167–177. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: 01 abr. 2020.
Portuguese Abstract: Using Michel Foucault's archaeological and genealogical tools, we reviewed texts, discourses, and practices developed under the planning and execution of the Russian Revolution. The main aim is to examine how this event has played a crucial role in the current subjectivation process of some protestors and social movement participants in Brazil. The analyzed data emphasize three anchor points in understanding the militant subjectification process: a) Government Democratic Centralism; b) economic Stakhanovism; and c) cultural Zhdanovism. We concluded that it is possible to establish a relationship between Soviet dictatorship practices at the beginning of the twentieth century and the rigid ways of feeling, thinking and acting of many contemporary subjects when they take militant action to change social norms in Brazil.
ISSN: 13: 978-989-54312-0-5
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