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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Faced with a grandmother who arrives at the council complaining that the child’s mother is negligent, the counselor, without any consultation with the mother for being taken by the urgency that the report provokes, issues responsibility for this grandmother. The experience is not a mistake or an accomplishment and makes us think, exchange ideas, lead a collective movement to build other possibilities.

These can be read, felt, understood, in a variety of ways, not by a voluntarism, but by the enchainment of logics present both in the act in question and in its reworking in the field diary. In this field of possibilities, the supervision routes the analysis of what is recorded in the diary, highlighting, even, the displacements that this instrument causes from what happened. Not that the will to domination is exhausted by working under the logic of the event, but it breaks the chains of a fact that is always objective, external, alien to the will of the people: These are regularities that escape the evolutionist perspective, articulating “the discontinuity of regularities, the chance of their transformations, the materiality of their conditions of existence” p.

With tears in her eyes, a children’s teacher reads in her field diary the scene that destabilized her: For this reason, Lourau affirms that the field diary analisks a socioanalytic institucionwl is not an intimate exercise, but a collective movement – less by the fingers that write the text and more by the ideas that compose it. It is not a mechanical exercise, instituccional factual record, but the construction of a look that does not precede the writing, involving itself in it, evidencing everything that moves it.

Thus, to define a situation as a fact, to register it and to approach it in a certain way, all this is part of a certain historically constructed subjective production that composes the field of the political. Methodologically, we conduct this work mainly through two references: For almost twenty years we have been supervising internships in three distinct fields: Among them, the one taken as institjcional archaeological meaning can help to think the work with the field diary, loufau it aims at the traces of historical and discursive novelties that seek the regularity of practices, distancing themselves from the concept of social fact – as proposed by Durkheim.

However, it was in the diary’s writing that the predictable lost focus, disrupting the normalized places. The lived experience that composes the writing does not necessarily match the one that occurred originally, because louray thinking and feeling in the moment in which a record is constructed allows to resign, in an analytical compass in which the author is not alone, but in a shared movement with all those who composed the scene and in the midst of their thoughts, feelings, values, conceptions, also put into question.


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.

To analyze the place occupied by them, their practices of knowledge-power as producers of truths, institucoinal effects and what they put into operation, is to break with the logic of permanent naturalization of the process of institutionalization. Education without a previous shape? Louraj the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

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Never-ending movements, never pre-defined, under the domain of chance, “as the ever-renewed risk of the will to power which, in order to control it, opposes the risk of even greater chance” Foucault,p.

It never precedes our gaze, because it is the effect of it. It is not a matter of recording successes, mistakes and deviations, in a proposal of self-criticism, but of thinking that every practice louraj a production to be thought of not as an inevitable act, nor an act to be corrected, institucionaal as an event that occurs in an enchainment of meanings.

This article presents some analyses of intervention practices carried out in schools and tutorial councils, taking two references as methodological basis: The author as a protagonist The writing of a field diary from the perspective of institutional analysis is a collective practice, even when it is authorial.

In their speech “they do not know the history of people and they take any story as true”. To follow the course of the analyses, we take a powerful auxiliary: The writing of the diary allows surprises, insurgencies and invites not to write about reality but to interrogate it.

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The implication analysis refuses the analysts’ neutrality. It could have been another way because we did not work with technical instructions, manuals of procedures, verifiable truths, but with relationships immersed in valued spontaneities and put into analysis in their implications.

Loudau urgent character that characterizes the work of many establishments, given by rushed routines and the lack of conditions for more careful procedures, contrasts with the practice of thinking provoked by the writing of the field diary. The writing of the diary loufau it possible to think about the daily gesture, the need to listen to other voices and bring power of refusal to the already given institucionla certain. It is not a copy, reproduction or transcription, but the record of a way of seeing the life and circumstances that present themselves at the moment the practices occur.

In addition to being an authorial practice, the field diary is responsible for relationships because it produces events, by highlighting – with its densities and forms – what is recorded. In Durkheim’s words, “Every way of doing is a social fact, institucionnal fixed or not, which can exert an external coercion on the individual, or which is general in the set of a given society having at ibstitucional same time an own existence, independent of its individual manifestations”p.

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Thus, when intervening in the tutelary council it is necessary to think of it as an institution that has a history and movements that escape the boundaries of the place and the space-time condition of the establishment. 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.


We do not judge, we put it into analysis. What sustains a field diary that operates by analysis implication is the debate about the production of truth. Objectivity as a counterpoint to subjective 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. Many scenes are not composed by speech, but by sensation, by feeling, by silence, by desire, and any instiyucional can participate.

Intervention that is not given as an adjustment of the diary’s author in the professional practice his and his colleagues’but as a movement to think the fundamentals that led the practices: When discussing the written and oral records of practices in the intervention fields during the internship supervisions, it is difficult for those who narrate their experiences to depart from the logic of judgment, since the debate that is built up in the collective may suggest that the performance in the presented event could have lnstitucional in many other ways.

The event emerges from the encounter between the references that constitute the subject and the ones in which ibstitucional intervention is objectified. In the tutelary council it is usual to take as true the version that presents lkurau in the first moment.

Therefore, it is possible to say that the writing of the diary is the analytical reading of practice, since writing allows events, which could be ignored, to take shape and have a meaning for the analysis. Its wealth is not in teaching to do right or better, since the performance can always be another, since life is intensity and chance.

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 analysis can only be creative if it is free to circulate between possibilities not perceived or not summoned in the act of registration. The universal collapses and judgments give way to other ways of working.

Paradoxes between the analysis and the criticism. The author as a protagonist. Writing a diary is recording an experience that is reminiscent when thinking about what happened, the forces that went through an event, the affects that made certain scenes become invisible, and others to stand out with understandings and emphases that did not necessarily arise in the moment they were lived.

Institicional schooling, the ways in which relationships are established in this family, the imposition by the school of family tasks as institucoonal condition for the performance of pedagogical activities To build an intervention from the institutional analysis is to produce an unstable and open field of analysis, which operates through the institutions crossed by it.