2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1413-294x2012000200011
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Maternidade e hanseníase: as vivências de separação devido ao isolamento compulsório

Abstract: As mulheres portadoras de hanseníase, durante grande parte do século XX, não puderam exercer a maternidade devido à política de isolamento compulsório dos doentes adotada para controlar a doença. Os filhos ao nascerem eram levados para os preventórios e o contato com estes era realizado pelo olhar. Visando compreender a experiência da maternidade no hospital colônia foi realizada pesquisa narrativa com três mães que viveram o período de internação compulsória. Os discursos revelam dois momentos distintos da vi… Show more

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“…The isolation of sick parents in colony-hospitals put into question the destiny of children who, although they had not the disease, were ignored by family and society because they fear the possibility of children act as a source of contagion, creating stigma [5].…”
Section: Broken Tiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The isolation of sick parents in colony-hospitals put into question the destiny of children who, although they had not the disease, were ignored by family and society because they fear the possibility of children act as a source of contagion, creating stigma [5].…”
Section: Broken Tiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The literature reports that the return of the interns to their home, after separated years, causes a feeling of not belonging to the family, and estrangement, which today is expressed by physical and emotional detachment [5]. However, it is noteworthy that the distance of their parents, and the reclusive life in school and the judgment of society, underpinned union ties and friendships within the institution, providing opportunities for the formation of a new family.…”
Section: The Defects In the Body Of My Father Were Easily Seen And Mamentioning
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