Home Rene Lourau Analisis Institucional (Biblioteca de Sociologia) (Spanish Stock Image. Analisis Institucional (Biblioteca de Sociologia) (Spanish Edition). QR code for Análisis institucional y socioanálisis. Title, Análisis institucional y socioanálisis. Contributor, René Lourau. Publisher, Nueva Imagen, Tercera, el cambio institucional ha sido no sólo continuo, sino inusualmente dicha teoría considera al individuo como la unidad básica de análisis y, por el otro, . “elemento objetivo del sistema jurídico” de Hauriou (Lourau, 9, 62).

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When a mother is judged by both the school staff and the tutelary council for not being in time to pick up her children because she stayed home watching television, a certainty is given: Analyzing our implications is a lpurau of thinking of ourselves as the producers of relationships, in opposition to the movement that understands them as data from which we have to adjust.

A writing that provokes movements and recomposes the scene reported through collective analyses makes us think that: The process necessary to deconstruct the prisons of the instituted is long, demanding from us the reinvention analksis practices of intervention to think what is fixed and naturalized in the world.

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Objectivity as a counterpoint to instituciona production is the separation between act and affection, summoned in front of a record of something distant, cold, technical, inconceivable when the ways of perceiving lead to the record written or not of an act.

For the latter, every act-fact is always reality in movement, being made and embodied by the analysis.

Intervention that is not given as an adjustment of the diary’s author in the professional practice his and his colleagues’but as lokrau movement to think the fundamentals that led the practices: Referring him to the school principal, which led to his suspension, had as an answer the boy’s revolt through the weapons he also had at hand: Even an act conducted personally is crossed by norms, affections, conditions, circumstances that take the professional practice off the heroic scene.


What sustains a field diary that operates by analysis implication is the debate about the production of truth.

References Castro, E It puts on the scene everything and everyone who in writing emerges as participants, summoning them to contribute to the analysis through their speeches, practices or the bonds that the problematizations create. The protagonism of the author of the diary is in the conduct of something that may have been understood as a particular situation, an action of a professional or a team, but it becomes a institucionaal event and historically referenced, even when loaded with singularities, because it was institucuonal analysis of their own implications.

Paradoxes between the analysis and the criticism The field diary is a technical instrument that produces an intervention in the reality in question by problematizing both what institicional called analysis and how it should be done.

Socioanalytic intervention as an internship practice. The diary carries a certain hardness of thinking and problematizing what we do, because it confronts a meritocratic formation based on the error-correctness present in the pedagogical processes sedimented by the academic and professional formation that since the nineteenth century constitutes us.

Socioanalytic intervention as an internship practice For almost twenty years we have been supervising internships in three distinct fields: Methodologically, we conduct this work mainly through two references: It should be institicional Institutional analysis as a method of intervention acts as a institufional to what is institutionalized, affirming that in this process there are two movements: Foucault understands truth as a relation of power, differing from the act of institucipnal at truth as something to be discovered and accepted, insofar as truth responds to a set of rules and procedures, which produce discourses.

The analysis is done to understand how the fact was produced and why, as a universal reality, to coerce those who are submitted to it.

Rene Lourau (Author of مفاتيح علم الاجتماع)

With tears in her eyes, a children’s teacher reads in her field diary the scene that destabilized her: Namely, it is usually the first interview, the first contact, the speech of the first attended in each case that holds true as the story that has real force. In the tutelary council it is usual to take as true the version that presents itself in the first moment.


The field diary is a technical instrument that produces an intervention in the reality in question by problematizing both what institkcional called analysis and how it should be done. Education institucipnal a previous shape?

It is not a matter of recording successes, mistakes and deviations, in a proposal of self-criticism, but of thinking that every practice is a production to be thought of not as an inevitable act, nor an act to be corrected, but as an event that occurs in an enchainment of meanings.

Under such a perspective it would be for the analyst to come to the fact, to recognize it, to register it, and then study it, as a body exposed in a laboratory. It is not a mechanical exercise, a factual record, but the construction of a look that does not precede the writing, involving itself in it, evidencing everything that moves it.

That is, social fact has coercive functions on individual initiatives, analisiz it is outside people’s consciousness, according to “a set of rules and determining what is right or wrong, allowed or prohibited”p. While the practices take the experiences into individual plans, the diary analyzes the relationships, questioning why the insstitucional story deserves immediate credit and punitive effects on the mother.

Unlike the concept of “social fact” proposed by Durkheim, who grounds the positivist method, the field diary proposed insfitucional institutional analysis and in the light of Michel Foucault’s concept of event does not attribute any value to any episode, act and situation. The experience is not a mistake or an accomplishment and makes us think, exchange ideas, lead a collective movement to build other possibilities.

It never precedes our gaze, because it is the effect of it. To follow the course of the analyses, we take a powerful auxiliary: