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Title: Internação compulsória uma nova porta de entrada legal para o asilo
Authors: Zimmer, Fernanda
Keywords: Saúde mental;Poder judiciário;Hospitais psiquiátricos;Exclusão social;Direitos humanos;Mental health;Judiciary;Mental hospitals;Social exclusion;Human rights
Issue Date: 16-Aug-2011
Publisher: Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo
Citation: ZIMMER, Fernanda. Internação compulsória uma nova porta de entrada legal para o asilo. 2011. 98 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Psicologia Institucional) - Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Vitória, 2011.
Abstract: This research analyzes the processes and practices of compulsory hospitalization in the Short Stay Unit at Hospital Adauto Botelho (from May 10th, 2010, Clinical Attention State Hospital - HEAC), located in Cariacica - municipality of Greater Vitória Metropolitan Region Espírito Santo/ Brazil. This study was developed from a work experience outline, from 2007 to 2010. It discusses the modes of operation that insist on the production of imprisoned lives and focally analyzes the periodic admissions, their effects and coping strategies to use this legal mechanism that judicializes life under the logic of biopower. The research still discusses the current challenges of Mental Health National Politics, their progress and retreats, Anti Asylum Fight progresses and the Psychiatric Reform. The cartography is used as methodological perspective. In the course of this work a cartographic posture was built, that pursued, above all, to live the experiences of know-doing not established beforehand, but the knowledge that appears, that emerges from doing. The research results in the building of five insights/causes that focus on the mixture of people, from different nations that resist the passing of time, that does not succumb to the chronicity and update the power of a collective. Thus, it is noted that this research/intervention could inaugurate dialogs, potentiate new and insistent talk meetings, providing different degrees of visibility about the madman, the madness of today. It tensions the field of mental health via the compulsory hospitalization and its interface with the justice. It inaugurates the articulation of compulsory hospitalization with the judicialization of health, and it extends this debate for the judicialization of life. It emphasizes the use/abuse of the mechanism of compulsory hospitalization in its facets of a counterpsychiatric reform, exclusion and perpetual confinement of people.
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