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  1. Crises brasileiras : a ótica do empresário na tomada de decisão

    Senna, Luise Pereira
    Crises fazem parte da história econômica da humanidade. A história do Brasil é descrita por uma série de crises econômicas, marcada por variações em seus principais indicadores e acompanhada pelos olhos do governo, sociedade e empresariado. Com conhecimento do cenário em que se encontra, o empresário consegue antecipar acontecimentos e definir seu plano de ação. Com isso, suas decisões de investimento e produção ponderam as possibilidades futuras da economia. A relação de confiança com o desempenho econômico tem grande papel na tomada de decisão empresarial, e o acompanhamento próximo dos níveis de atuação da economia se faz presente no cotidiano...

  2. Noções de educação quilombola e reconstrução da identidade quilombola na Comunidade do Areal, entre a década de 1980 até os dias atuais

    Silveira, Lueci da Silva
    Este trabalho aborda como as relações entre uma educação quilombola, em suas dimensões formais e não-formais, contribuem para a reconfiguração das representações sobre identidade negra no Quilombo do Areal da Baronesa, como destaque, o período entre a década dos anos 1980 até os dias atuais. O Quilombo do Areal está localizado no Município de Porto Alegre/RS e era uma área pertencente à Baronesa do Gravataí, tendo uma significação ligada aos pequenos lugarejos separados dos centros urbanos na Porto Alegre do final do século XIX. Pensando nisso, este estudo está fundamentado na metodologia de História Oral, tendo os relatos orais dos...

  3. QR-Learning: educar en igualdad de género a través del arte

    Moreno Vera, Juan Ramón; Vera-Muñoz, Maria Isabel; Quiñonero Fernández, Francisco; Seva Cañizares, Francisco; Aguilar Hernández, Barbara María; Pérez Castelló, Teresa; Soriano López, Carmen
    La aplicación de tecnologías móviles (m-learning) se va abriendo pasos en las aulas conectando así los dispositivos más usados en la vida cotidiana de los estudiantes con las estrategias metodológicas que usan los profesores para enseñar en el aula. En la investigación que se presenta se ha realizado una experiencia didáctica en la asignatura de Didáctica de la Historia en el Grado de Educación Primaria para crear nuevos recursos móviles de enseñanza a través del QR-Learning, que se basa en la realización de códigos bidimensionales para transmitir una información que previamente ha sido investigada y trabajada por parte del alumnado....

  4. El concepto del doble en la fotografía artística: el Doppelgänger

    Ramos Fabra, Lidón
    El Doppelgänger, doble amenazante que responde a una pulsión de muerte, es una constante en la cultura popular y en la historia del arte. La tesis plantea y defiende el Doppelgänger como una tipología artística con entidad propia. A través del estudio de autores y proyectos, se defiende una tendencia fotográfica actual que posee unos elementos comunes vertebradores: la búsqueda de lo ominoso, una tendencia pictorialista, la narración fragmentada, la escenificación, la multiplicación del sujeto o sujetos, y unos complejos factores psicológicos subyacentes. Lo novedoso de esta investigación reside no solo en la recopilación y datación taxonómica de una tendencia...

  5. El lenguaje de la piedra y su pervivencia en la escultura actual

    Olano Sans, Ana María
    La piedra ha sobrevivido al paso del tiempo, aparece en todas las manifestaciones artísticas y culturales como un material irreemplazable en la representación tridimensional. Fue el primer aliado que tuvo el ser humano en su confrontación con el medio natural, dejando una profunda huella en nuestra memoria cultural y genética. Artistas de antes y de hoy continúan aprovechando sus propiedades físicas y simbólicas, de modo que su valor no ha llegado a disolverse del todo en la multidireccionalidad de la escultura actual y continúa siendo un material potencialmente significante. En esta investigación trataremos de desentrañar la dialéctica que tiene en...

  6. Venezia, vecchia nobildonna prostituita: creación, diversidad y parodia de una máscara

    Luna Pérez, David

  7. Influencia de la historia térmica sobre la resistencia a erosión a alta temperatura de recubrimientos de barrera térmica (TBC)

    Berrio Ortíz, Edison

  8. Variables psicológicas en pacientes con cáncer y aplicación de tratamientos desde la psicología positiva

    Cerezo, María Victoria
    En esta tesis se recogen por un lado, un repaso de las variables psicológicas que se han trabajado a lo largo de la historia de la psicología de la salud sobre pacientes oncológicos, centrándonos especialmente en el cambio de perspectiva hacia la psicología positiva, y por otro, se realizan dos estudios: uno de evaluación de pacientes oncológicos, y otro en el que se aplica un tratamiento psicológico positivo para pacientes con cáncer de mama.

  9. Las construcciones sociales como base para el análisis de las carreras corporales tensas

    Valverde Martí­n, Mª Teresa
    Esta Tesis Doctoral se ocupa del tema de las construcciones corporales tensas. Lo que implica hablar de la construcción social del cuerpo, es decir, de la relación entre el cuerpo y el contexto sociocultural. La sociedad y la cultura contribuyen a dar forma a sus miembros. En algunas ocasiones, de una forma directa, como si se tratara de moldes para troquelar objetos - la cirugía estética en la actualidad es un ejemplo de ello-, o en otras, de forma indirecta, mediante la construcción de las ideas sobre el cuerpo, que identificarían la belleza con la salud o considerarían envejecer como...

  10. Significado cultural y estético actual de las esculturas de los siglos XVI y XVII de Pamplona de Indias

    Villamizar Villamizar, Yari Rocío
    The work of art as an object that gives us knowledge of a time and a reality, it becomes a support that attaches particular meanings to the material and spiritual dimension of a culture, given its "symbolic value and quality means". Which makes it in a text and a window of a whole cultural memory, which let you approach from the interdisciplinary vision, concepts and reasons for it was created and to the ways this is consumed and read it. Therefore, we have carried out a study of the artistic imagery of Pamplona de Indias, in two of his main...

  11. De la pintura al cine, del cine a la pintura: historias de una imantación

    Moral, Javier
    [EN] History of representation is parceled into provinces that study image under its deposition on different means of expression. However, audiovisual heterogeneity of our time, show how easily images pass from one medium to another. It is necessary to build another visual history that claims the mixture instead of the essence, a history that tracks the circulation of images. In that his story certainly should occupy a special place the relationship that have maintained cinema and painting for over a century

  12. 10.1177/0032885505283879The Prison JournalMahoney, Daniel / Narrative Therapy Bridging the Power Gap Narrative Therapy With Incarcerated Women

    Annette M. Mahoney; Carol Ann Daniel
    Social work intervention with incarcerated female clients is complicated by the oppressive patriarchal structures under which most jails and prisons oper-ate, the victimization histories, and the various psychosocial problems with which female clients frequently present. Traditional ways of working with this mostly minority population often fail to challenge the profound effects of self-destructive behaviors, the internalized pathologizing self-discourse, and the oppressive societal ideologies that frequently characterize the lives of incar-cerated women. This article argues for a new intervention paradigm for social work practice with incarcerated women while recognizing the implicit dictates of the correctional setting. It explores the philosophical foundations...

  13. Correlates of suicide risk in adolescent inpatients who report a history of child abuse

    Carlos M. Grilo; Charles A. Sanislow; Dwain C. Fehon; Deborah S. Lipschitz; Steve Martino; Carlos M. Grilo; Charles A. Sanislow; Dwain C. Fehon; Deborah S. Lipschitz; Steve Martino; Thomas H; Carlos M. Grilo; Charles A. Sanislow; Dwain C. Fehon; Deborah S. Lipschitz; Steve Martino; Thomas H. Mcglashan
    Correlates of suicide risk in adolescent inpatients who report histories of childhood abuse

  14. Fragmented Histories, Fragmented Selves: Body Weight Preoccupation among Women in Post-Communist Romania

    Boróka Bó; Boróka Bó
    This journal and its contents may be used for research, teaching and private study purposes. Any substantial or systematic reproduction, re-distribution, re-selling, loan or sub-licensing, systematic supply or distribution in any form to anyone is expressly forbidden. ©2014 Journal of International Women’s Studies.

  15. Antineuronal Antibodies in Rheumatic Chorea

    A. A. Kotby
    The objectives of our study were to examine the sera of rheumatic chorea (RhCh) patients (those with acute or chronic RhCh or with a past history of RhCh) for the presence of antineuronal antibodies (ANeurA) and to correlate the results with disease activity, chronicity, and the number and durations of choreic attacks. Subjects were inpatients of the Pediatric Hospital, Ain Shams University, and outpatients of the Outpatient Pediatric Cardiology Clinic (both in Cairo, Egypt). Forty children with RhCh (mean age, 10.9 years) and 40 healthy controls were tested. An indirect-immunofluorescence technique was used for the detection of ANeurA. ANeurA were...

  16. Drugscrime connections: elaborations from the life histories of hard-core heroin addicts. Soc Prob

    Charles E. Faupel
    Two key hypotheses about the causal relationship between heroin addiction and criminality govern current conceptions of addict criminality, approaches to treatment, strategies of law, and enforcement. They are: (1) her-oin addiction promotes criminal activity by placing a heavy financial burden on the addict which cannot nor-mally be met through legal means; and (2) connections in the criminal subculture which distribute heroin facilitate and encourage criminal solutions to the problem of financing heroin addiction. Life-history interviews with 32 heroin addicts suggest that both hypotheses are, at best, true for only certain periods in addict careers, while at other periods the assumed...

  17. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms


    Activities of 26Al and 10Be in five chert clasts sampled from two beach ridges of late Pleistocene Lake Lisan, precursor of the Dead Sea in southern Israel, indicate low rates of chert bedrock erosion and complex exposure, burial, and by inference, transport histories. The chert clasts were derived from the Senonian Mishash Formation, a chert-bearing chalk, which is widely exposed in the Nahal Zin drainage basin, the drainage system that supplied most of the material to the beach ridges. Simple exposure ages, assuming only exposure at the beach ridge sampling sites, range from 35 to 354 ky; using the ratio...

  18. FURTHER CLINICAL AND PATHOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS ON LEBER'S OPTIC ATROPHY BY

    J. Hume Adams; William Blackwood; John Wilson
    IN an earlier paper (Wilson, 1963) the concept that Leber's hereditary optic atrophy was essentially a metabolic disorder with varied neurological manifestations was put forward. The possible astiological significance of smoking, first raised by Taylor (1892) was discussed and it was suggested that an abnormality of cyanide metabolism might be involved. Laboratory evidence has been presented elsewhere (Wilson, 1965a) in support of this hypothesis. The purpose of this paper is to extend the earlier clinical and neuropathological observations and to give an account of the autopsy findings in one of the patients described in the earlier paper. An attempt is...

  19. ORI GIN AL PA PER Marriage and Desistance from Crime in the Netherlands: Do Gender and Socio-Historical Context Matter?

    Bianca E. Bersani; Æ John; H. Laub; Æ Paul Nieuwbeerta; B. E. Bersani; J. H. Laub; P. Nieuwbeerta; P. Nieuwbeerta
    Abstract Over the last two decades, research examining desistance from crime in adulthood has steadily increased. The evidence from this body of research consistently demonstrates that salient life events—in particular, marriage—are associated with a reduction of offending across the life course. However, previous studies have been largely limited to male samples in the United States. As a result, questions regarding the universal effect of these relationships remain. Specifically, research is needed to assess whether the desistance effect of life events like marriage varies by gender and/or socio-historical context in countries other than the U.S. The present research addresses these gaps...

  20. CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND BEHAVIOR Russell, Melillo / ATTITUDES TOWARD BATTERED WOMEN ATTITUDES TOWARD BATTERED WOMEN WHO KILL Defendant Typicality and Judgments of Culpability

    Brenda L. Russell; Linda S. Melillo
    Battered woman’s syndrome has become highly controversial, particularly when used as a defense in cases of homicide. According to legal scholars and social scientists, the characteristics associated with the syndrome constitute a standard that jurors use to evaluate battered women. This study evaluated the hypothesis that jurors use prototypical standards of battered women to reach conclusions about defendants in these cases. Results supported the hypotheses that ver-dicts are directly influenced by typicality and response history (passive vs. active) of the defen-dant. Defendants portrayed as atypical with an active response history received more guilty ver-dicts and were less credible. Conversely, typical...

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