Processos de judicialização em um grupo de acolhimento para mulheres do juizado de violência doméstica e familiar de Porto Alegre - RS
Alves, Thaís da Rosa
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DescriptionThe enactment of Law 11.340/06 – Maria da Penha Law, has great importance in the historical path of the gender violence fight against women in Brazil. One of its measures was the creation of specialized legal bodies, the Courts of Domestic and Family Violence (JVDF). These spaces permeate debates around accessibility to justice, the judicialization of social relations, and, more recently, how certain practices considered alternative are adopted, such as restorative justice. This thesis has as its object the processes of judicialization of gender violence against women from a Women's Shelter Group that is part of a project of the JVDF in Porto Alegre and applies techniques attributed to restorative justice. Due to the pandemic of the new coronavirus (COVID-19), the field research, of an ethnographic nature, was carried out virtually through the use of different digital platforms from March to December 2021, divided into interviews with the coordinator of the team (March/2021); participation in weekly meetings (April to June 2021) and follow-up of the WhatsApp group (July to December 2021). Following up the interactions in these digital environments between the project team and the participants made it possible to access different meanings of justice and gender conventions, gender violence, and peace in marital relationships and at an individual level, from the judicialization processes present there.
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