Jeunesses, violences et l’Etat : jeunes des territoires munis du programme « unités de police pacificatrice » à Rio de Janeiro

Abstract

This article revisits research we developed in 2011. A survey and focus groups with youth (15-29 years) were employed. It took place, in slums were the newly Rio de Janeiro Government Program named Units of Pacifying Polices (UPPs) was implanted. In the article we discuss about the difficult relationship of poor, black youth, stigmatized by a number of prejudices of society, with a historically considered repressive State apparatus : the police

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