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ROBERTAZZI, Margarita; FERRARI, Liliana; SIEDL, Alfredo  e  PERTIERRA, Lidia Isabel. Housing urgencies, salvation fantasies and the return of neglect. Anu. investig. [online]. 2010, vol.17, pp. 241-251. ISSN 1851-1686.

Short term results obtained during the development of research work on "Stories of the neglected: conformity, messianism, critical options" are presented in this article. It approaches problems of family groups socially excluded because of precarious working and habitat (housing) conditions, as well as the analysis of public, private, and self management policies intended to deal with these problems. It is a study of multiple, intentionally selected cases, performed with qualitative method, in which conversational, observational and documentary techniques are administered. Three cases are analyzed in which it is possible to notice protagonism in the process of transformation of housing urgency, in spite of the fact that the levels of neglect are not equivalent. In all of them it is possible to identify a combination of the main processes of subjectivity formation, as well as the role played by different social actors in the management/resolution, focusing on representations and trends prevailing on the recipients of social policies.

Palavras-chave : Exclusion; Subjectivity formation; Precariousness; Neglect; Habitat.

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