Sujeitos do 33: um estudo sobre o mercado ilegal das drogas e homicídios na grande Goiânia

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The idea that urban violence associated with drug trafficking spread for almost the whole population of Goiás. The institutions responsible for public security, for all the difficulties in the investigation of the crimes, and the television media, mostly the police’s TV show, propagate the speech that increased rates of homicides in recent years is due to the proliferation of drug trafficking in the Metropolitan Region of Goiânia. These lines, when reproduced, feed on the practice of punishment’s policies to counter drug trafficking and, with it, build the social imaginary accusatory speeches that identifies some ct as more predisposed to selling drugs than others. In addition, the accusatory process obscures the multiplicity of arrangements and of individuals who are behind these practices criminalized. And in Goiás no scientific studies on the ct and, therefore, the research presented here is a pioneer in the quest for understanding this phenomenon. To develop this study , we conducted a purposeful journey through the ethnographic method , in-depth interviews and analyzed records and police inquests of prisoners in order to understand the dynamics of commercialization and the processes of territorialization of the illegal drug market in the Metropolitan Region of Goiânia. At the same time, committed itself to identify who are the cts that are entered into this market and what moral aspects and the meanings they attach themselves and criminalized activities that practice. And finally, check when violence, specifically murder, is used as a regulatory tool in conflict resolution and trade disagreements.



SILVA, Guilherme Borges da. Sujeitos do 33: um estudo sobre o mercado ilegal das drogas e homicídios na grande Goiânia. 2014. 220 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Sociologia) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2014.