In another stretch, when she goes to start an activity of quarrel of the contents, the authors create one when I contend rules so that she can have quarrel: ' ' Rules for quarrel: 1.Levante the hand and has asked for the word (…); 2.A speech, uses the tone of flies adequate (…); 3.Evite to repeat what already it was said by some colleague. (…) ' ' (CARPANEDA; BRAGANA, 2005, P 52) In short, are many the examples, in the book, of the ideological and repressora action of the school as ideological device of the State. All the activities are presented with the verb in the imperative, proper verbal time for orderly. The pupil always is remembered the authority of the professor and it always he is led to speak what the professor desires to hear, configuring a true symbolic violence of the school on the individuals, from the moment who it does not allow favored the individual manifestation or of a group less. Last consideraes With this work, we think that the action of the State was clear on the individuals as a repressor device that is always taking the individuals of the dominated classrooms to obey the ruling classes without arguing, and that the book didactic is an important instrument in this context. This action of the State, by means of the school configures as something violent, from the moment that the school obtains to hinder the individuality even though and, the proper initiative of change that the individuals of the dominated classrooms have.
As we observe, the violence of the State is not transferred for the superficial level, but yes for the symbolic level, what it becomes more difficult its combat; therefore that it is important a reading and more critical quarrel of our used didactic books in the schools of the country. References ALTHUSSER, Louis. Ideological ideology and device of the state: notes for an inquiry. In ADORNMENT, Theodor W. et. Al. A map of the ideology.
Rio De Janeiro: counterpoint, 1996. P.105-229. BOURDIEUR, Pierre. Economy of the symbolic exchanges: introduction, organization and election: Sergio Miceli. Florianpolis: perspective, 2002.p 203-229. CARPANEDA, Isabella; BRAGANA, Angiolina. Open door: Portuguese language, 3 series. So Paulo: FTD, 2005.