CAMINHOS ÉTICO-POLÍTICOS PARA O TRABALHO DO ASSISTENTE SOCIAL NA POLÍTICA DE DROGAS

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https://doi.org/10.22422/temporalis.2018v18n36p193-205

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RESUMO:

O presente artigo tem por objetivo reconstruir as mediações entre a política de drogas e o trabalho do assistente, de modo a contribuir para uma intervenção livre do moralismo e potencialmente capaz de construir respostas mais próximas da realidade dos usuários de drogas. Trata-se de uma revisão bibliográfica no âmbito da tradição marxista acerca dos valores, articulada a pesquisa documental no campo das drogas. A questão das drogas exige clareza valorativa tanto sobre o proibicionismo e o antipribicionismo quanto sobre a ética profissional. Nesta perspectiva, é abordada a incompatibilidade entre o proibicionismo e os valores presentes na ética profissional, reivindicando uma atuação no campo das drogas norteada pela perspectiva de redução de danos. Apresenta-se como uma contribuição para o trabalho do assistente social na política de drogas orientado por valores humano-genéricos, numa perspectiva contrária à moralização e potencialmente capaz de romper com o conservadorismo no âmbito das drogas.

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Biografia do Autor

Genesis de Oliveira Pereira, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro

Doutorando em Serviço Social UERJ; Mestre em Serviço Social UFRJ e Assistente Social formado na UFF de Rio das Ostras. Professor do curso de Serviço Social UFFRJ. Rodovia BR 465, Km 07, s/n - Zona Rural, Seropédica - RJ, 23890-000. <genesis.oliveira@gmail.com>

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2019-01-03