Anuario de investigaciones
versão On-line ISSN 1851-1686
The following text appears here in the context of UBACyT research project P423 "Analysis of the practice of juridical psychology regarding crimes against sexual integrity (law 25087/99) and sexual rights. Institutional-organizational, simbolic-imaginary, and historic-genealogic dimensions."; directed by Lic. Matilde de la Iglesia, and thus included in the University of Buenos Aires´ Department of Science and Techniques 2008-2010 scientific program. This article develops an analysis on Edmond de Goncourt´s novel "La Fille Elisa" from which a series of psychologistics and judiciary preconceptions closely related to the intention of cleansing sexuality from its political dimension can be discussed and redefined. It also attempts to contribute to an interdiscursive encounter, permeable to the particularities that constitute the social-imaginary tissue which underlay the practices and other characteristics of what we define as "closed institutions".
Palavras-chave : Subjectivation; Desubjectivation; Jails.