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dc.contributor.authorSequeiros, Paula-
dc.date.accessioned2017-01-10T17:06:08Z-
dc.date.available2017-01-10T17:06:08Z-
dc.date.issued2016-
dc.identifier.issn0103-4979por
dc.identifier.issn1983-8239por
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10316/35358-
dc.description.abstractUma prisão feminina em Portugal foi caso de estudo sobre práticas de leitura nesse quotidiano. Consideram-se teorias sobre a prisão feminina (M.I. Cunha e C.R. Fonseca) e de uma perspetiva feminista e comparativa (M. Bosworth, B.H. Zaitzow & J. Thomas). Para compreender o que, por que e com que significados as mulheres liam, cruzando dimensões sociais, desenhou-se uma abordagem qualitativa, metodologicamente diversificada (etnografia, entrevistas individuais e grupais com leitoras e com intermediadores), incluindo usos do espaço físico e social e do tempo, relações com familiares, com outras detidas e com pessoal prisional. Analisaram-se títulos favoritos (romances cor-de-rosa, literatura industrial, light ou kitsch), tendo-se em conta gêneros literários para públicos femininos e desconstruindo-se preconceitos de gênero e classe associados à sua crítica. A interpretação foi construída com um quadro teórico diverso (A. Amorós, M. Calinescu, R. Felski, J. Radway e M. Sweeney). A análise de práticas, concetualizações e representações desvelou traços interessantes e eventualmente inesperados sobre os modos de leitura.por
dc.description.abstractA women’s prison in Portugal was the case study about reading practices in this environment. The female prison system (M.I. Cunha and C.R. Fonseca) and a feminist comparative perspective (M. Bosworth, B.H. Zaitzow & J. Thomas) were used as reference. In order to understand what, why and with what meanings these women read, crossing social dimensions, this study had a qualitative approach with different methodologies (ethnography, individual and group interviews with readers and mediators), and included uses of the physical and social spaces and of time, family relations, relations with other inmates and with the prison staff. The favorite titles were analyzed (chick lit, industrial, light and kitsch literature), taking into account literary genres for women and deconstructing gender and class prejudices that were connected to them. Interpretation was carried out with a diverse theoretical chart (A. Amorós, M. Calinescu, R. Felski, J. Radway and M. Sweeney). The analysis of practices, concepts and representations revealed interesting and eventually unexpected traces about their forms of reading.por
dc.description.abstractUne prison de femmes au Portugal a fait l’objet d’une étude sur les pratiques de lecture dans le cadre de ce quotidien. Le système pénitentiaire féminin (M.I. Cunha e C.R. Fonseca) et une perspective féministe et comparative (M. Bosworth, B.H. Zaitzow & J. Thomas) ont servi de référence à cette étude. Afin de comprendre le quoi, le pourquoi et en vue de quoi les femmes prisonnières lisent, et après avoir fait des croisements entre les diverses dimensions sociales, une approche qualitative a pu être élaborée, diversifiée sur le plan méthodologique (ethnographie, interviews individuelles et en groupes avec les lectrices et avec des intermédiaires) en y incluant l’utilisation de l’espace physique et social ainsi que la dimension du temps, les relations avec des membres de la famille, d’autres prisonnières et le personnel pénitentiaire. Les livres préférés ont été analysés (romans à l’eau de rose, littérature industrielle, light ou kitsch), en tenant compte des genres littéraires destinés au public féminin et en déconstruisant les préjugés de genre et de classe accompagnant leur critique. L’interprétation a été construite dans un cadre théorique diversifié (A. Amorós, M. Calinescu, R. Felski, J. Radway e M. Sweeney). L’analyse des pratiques, des conceptualisations et des représentations a dévoilé des traits intéressants voire inattendus concernant les modes de lecture.por
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dc.publisherUniversidade Federal da Bahiapor
dc.rightsopenAccesspor
dc.subjectPrisões femininaspor
dc.subjectLeiturapor
dc.subjectLiteratura lightpor
dc.subjectLiteratura kitschpor
dc.subjectRomances cor-de-rosapor
dc.titleLeitura na prisão feminina: da biblioteca ao questionamento dos gostospor
dc.title.alternativeReading in women's prison: from the library to questioning tastespor
dc.title.alternativeLa lecture dans une prision féminine: de la bibliothèque à la question des goûtspor
dc.typearticle-
degois.publication.firstPage165por
degois.publication.lastPage179por
degois.publication.issue76por
degois.publication.locationSalvadorpor
degois.publication.titleCaderno CRHpor
dc.relation.publisherversionhttp://www.scielo.br/pdf/ccrh/v29n76/0103-4979-ccrh-29-76-0165.pdfpor
dc.peerreviewedyespor
dc.identifier.doi10.1590/S0103-49792016000100011por
degois.publication.volume29por
item.fulltextCom Texto completo-
item.grantfulltextopen-
item.languageiso639-1pt-
crisitem.author.researchunitCES – Centre for Social Studies-
crisitem.author.parentresearchunitUniversity of Coimbra-
crisitem.author.orcid0000-0003-2069-5631-
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