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PAOLICCHI, Graciela et al. The facilitated game: a device of intervention in the subjective constitution. Anu. investig. [online]. 2006, vol.13, pp.175-184. ISSN 1851-1686.

The purpose of this work is that of showing the advances made in the investigation on the modification in the relationship mother-son concerning the game, the aggressiveness and the reflection regarding this. These mothers, under situation of social risk, learn, are qualified and work as coordinators of playgrounds. At the same time, a theoretic framework is developed over the concepts of game and aggressiveness. These concepts are articulated with the idea that an offer of an area for playful and socializing encounters provide the possibility to re-establish familiar damaged bonds and also offers new ways to link them. It is investigated if the regularity of the playful activity facilitates changes in the relationship of the mothers with their children. The results we have found reveal an increase of social interaction, major affective stability and a decrease in the level of aggressiveness. It is analyzed if the transmission of the importance of the game in the life of children generates transformations, in a subjective dimension, in those who receive the training.

Palabras clave : Game; Aggressiveness; Capacitation; Subjective constitution; Social risk.

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