quot;Today I see the company with other eyesquot;: health, work and education - a study on the marks of the company educator in the subjectivity of the worker.

by da Silva, Valdemar Ferreira

Abstract (Summary)
This Master?s Degree research was done as part of the Bio-science and Health Teaching Graduation Program, inserted in the Research Field called ?Education in Health, Environment and Job (Science, Education and Job), from the Institute Oswaldo Cruz / Fiocruz. It has aimed at analyzing the marks of the so-called ?educator enterprise? on the worker?s subjectivity, parting from a case study taking place in a public enterprise in the communication field in Brazil. Based on AntonioGramsci and Karl Marx, the research establishes itself by the qualitative research methodology perspective, through which it has analyzed the influences of fragmentations on relations and work conditions of this research subjects, the workers, based on the discourse analysis field followed by Eni Orlandi. We analyzed that the enterprise, when taking the educational responsibility, denies the possibility of an omnilateral formation to the worker, subtracting his/her creative capacity,creating guilty feeling, fear and resignation face to the anguish of losing the job, which, at the same time, compromises his/her health. This research is committed with bringing within its results the comprehension of the emerging of this formation,strategically spreaded by the Educator Enterprise, as a perfect terrain for reproduction of expropriation of the worker and his/her precarious conditions, so that we may spread this reality over the scientific world and at the same time furnish datato new studies and actions.
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Bibliographical Information:

Advisor:Aparecida de Fátima Tiradentes dos Santos

School:Faculdades Oswaldo Cruz

School Location:Brazil

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:Qualitative Research Work Education Occupational Health


Date of Publication:11/26/2007

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