The Memory of Exclusion of the other and your Look in Speaking Patients with Dermatological PathologiesJournal: International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science (Vol.6, No. 11)
Publication Date: 2019-11-09
Authors : Maria Esther Ventin de Oliveira Prates Edvânia Gomes da Silva;
Page : 482-486
Keywords : memory; skin; dermatology; speech; subjectivity.;
This study presents, concisely, the results of our PhD thesis defended in the Graduate Program in Memory, Language and Society of the State University of Southwest Bahia (UESB), where we show how the congenital or acquired marks, intentionally or unintentionally, or left by different skin pathologies, they not only mark the individual's skin; but also allow the materialization of different lines, which are configured and reconfigured from different events. The methodological approach undertaken in the analysis follows the indicative paradigm, which states that we must observe the details, the details, in order to arrive at the construction of the research hypotheses and, subsequently, to be led, by these same hypotheses, to conclusions about the relationship between what we are calling “skin tags” and the construction of a certain memory. The results showed that the skin marks are also memory marks that: i) contribute to the constitution of the subjectivity of the marked subject; ii) favor the maintenance of socially constructed stereotypes, which reinforce negative images about oneself in the marked subject; and iii) relate to the question of desire and, consequently, with the constitution of the unconscious of each marked subject.
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