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Family ties and juridical expertise an analysis about the construction of the affection as a children's right

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Author(s):
Vinicius Parolin Wohnrath
Total Authors: 1
Document type: Master's Dissertation
Press: Campinas, SP.
Institution: Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). Faculdade de Educação
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Examining board members:
Agueda Bernardete Bittencourt; Evaldo Amaro Vieira; Helena Maria Sant'Ana Sampaio Andery; Letícia Bicalho Canedo; Flavia Ines Schilling
Advisor: Agueda Bernardete Bittencourt
Abstract

This research's aim is to comprehend the social conditions that allowed the public debate about parental affection. Presently, there are three law projects following the legal channels. Their intent is to turn into a positive law the need of the parents to love their children - a juridical resource that hasn't been integrated to the Brazilian legislation yet. Inserted in the space that studies family organization and children's rights, this dissertation searched for the founding speeches, for the strategies, for the connections and for the practical actions mobilized by these militants who are interested in legitimate this new family law. In order to reveal the repertory articulated by these agents, were taken as research sources their biographies, available in specialized dictionaries (family origin, habitus, academic formation, professional actuation, national and international relations, etc.), the institutional documents, the memoir production, the Law projects, the parliamentarians speeches and the composition of the selected committees. As we inquire the social construction of the affection imposed as an obligation, relating it with the trajectories of the militants who put into circulation determined patterns, we try denaturalizing the Law - bringing light to the disputes placed in the juridical and political fields to officialize specific ways of domestic acquaintanceship in the last three decades. (AU)

FAPESP's process: 10/12265-0 - Family ties - the affection, the foundation of family education in the context of parental responsibility.
Grantee:Vinicius Parolin Wohnrath
Support type: Scholarships in Brazil - Master