Medo e mercado: o crescimento da segurança privada

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Alves, Verena Holanda de Mendonça
Bechara, Fábio Ramazzini
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Smanio, Gianpaolo Poggio
Rossini, Augusto Eduardo de Souza
Lima, André Estefam Araújo
Zanella, Everton Luiz
Direito Político e Econômico
The aim of this thesis is demonstrate that the hegemony of a global private security market works the diffusion of fear as a mechanism that induces and justifies authoritarian and selective social control policies, taking advantage of purposeful legislative gaps for such logic to occur. It is argued that social fear would be based on options previously defined by the market. In face of the removal of a Social State, the latter would use techniques of diffusion of a collective fear deposited in the belief that all would be potential victims of violent conduct typified in the penal norm. Based on this, the commercialization of private security services in Brazil would be an extremely lucrative market that would not tend to end, on the contrary. In the realization of these directions, several violations of constitutional rights and guarantees would be carried out. As a way to solve this problem, it is proposed to change the national regulatory framework, the application of the norm based on a guarantee model and the application of a democratic model.
medo , segurança privada , mercado , regulamentação , garantias
ALVES, Verena Holanda de Mendonça. Medo e mercado: o crescimento da segurança privada. 2019. 243 f. Tese (Doutorado em Direito Político e Econômico) - Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, São Paulo, 2019.