Batom na caveira : um estudo sobre as mulheres na Polícia Militar do Estado de São Paulo
Denari, Giulianna Bueno
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This master's research aimed to understand and analyze the ways of policing the institution face to female labor transformation processes in the Police of São Paulo State Military (PMESP). The secondary objectives were to understand the discourses of the military police operations in PMESP, understanding the perception of these on their own performance and analyze the conflicts that gender differences causes in the various spheres that compose the institution. To accomplish these objectives we conducted qualitative interviews semi structured with military police officers (men and women) from the state institution of several patents and functions. Thus considerable part of the research was structured based on the analysis of experiences and professional female police trajectories of different generations. Also they were gathered press texts that bring the image and role of women in PMESP, seeking to understand the representations involving the image of women in the institution, using document analysis. The research had as main findings the process of transformation of own police work, from the analysis of female labor over the years. The ostensible policing, aimed at combating crime (especially crimes against property), no longer exclusively male work and becomes the focus of police activities as a whole. We could also point out as a result of the differences and disputes about the "real police work" in which the work "street" is more recognition that the "administrative work ". Finally, about the discourse on women, we highlight the changes to look the work of female police officers from the perspective of care for the design of the warrior police and finally the discursive tendency to erase the differences and classify all while police.