The practices of the security forces, and more specifically, the deep violent matrix that crosses, have become a privileged object in the field of knowledge production in postdictatorship Argentina. This article analyzes an edge of these modes of construction of “police violence” as an object of knowledge in the social sciences. From a theoretical and methodological coordinates that use the contributions of Michel Foucault, the article studies what is the subject-game function that unfolds in academic statements that are organized around the “police violence”, showing that while it is possible to notice enunciative dispersions, however, it is possible to find a regularity –at the same time– linked to the fact that in all of them emerge one and the same subject position: the expert on “police violence”. Finally, the article deals with potential reviews and inherent risks of a form of knowledge production that has in its core the expert figure.
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Published on 31/03/17
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