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Processos de subjetiva o nas políticas de defesa do consumidor: vulnerabilidade e cidadania em quest o
Costa,ngelo Brandelli,Hennigen, Inês
Psico , 2010,
Abstract: Este artigo analisa os processos de subjetiva o engendrados pelos discursos e práticas de uma política de defesa do consumidor. A partir de uma pesquisa exploratória realizada nos PROCONs situados na cidade de Porto Alegre, buscamos aqui compreender os lugares sociais, expressos por essa política, que s o disponibilizados para os sujeitos na sua condi o de consumidor e cidad o. Foram conduzidas entrevistas com coordenadores, colaboradores e parceiros do órg o, e coletados seus documentos de orienta o e divulga o. Os dados foram analisados utilizando análise do discurso. Os resultados mostraram o acento na fragilidade dos consumidores e a aposta em a es educativas desses e dos fornecedores. Discutimos, transcendendo a no o de vulnerabilidade, as possibilidades do trabalho em prol da defesa do consumidor buscando seu empoderamento, que poderia levar a outra posi o cidad .
A diversidade sexual no ensino de Psicologia. O cinema como ferramenta de interven??o e pesquisa: El cine como herramienta de intervención e investigación
Santos, Camila Backes dos;Costa,ngelo Brandelli;Carpenedo, Manoela;Nardi, Henrique Caetano;
Sexualidad, Salud y Sociedad (Rio de Janeiro) , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1984-64872011000200006
Abstract: university training in psychology has traditionally been informed by pathological views on those sexual and gender performances not conforming to the hetero-normative matrix. this intervention and research project was motivated by the absence of discussion on sexual diversity within the undergraduate program in psychology at federal university of rio grande do sul, brazil. the goal was to stimulate the debate on sexual diversity. cinema was used as a trigger for undergraduate students to discuss and elaborate on their beliefs and attitudes about the topic. the results indicate resistance to discussions beyond the traditional approaches which situate sexual diversity in the field of psychopathology. however, despite that resistance, it was possible to create a space for discussion, which made it possible for teachers and students to reflect on the topic.
Production of an extracellular keratinase from Chryseobacterium sp. growing on raw feathers
Brandelli,Adriano; Riffel,Alessandro;
Electronic Journal of Biotechnology , 2005,
Abstract: the strain chryseobacterium sp. kr6 shown to be useful for biotechnological purposes such as hydrolysis of poultry feathers and de-hairing of bovine pelts. the effect of temperature, initial ph and media composition on protease production by this keratinolytic strain was studied. the enzyme was produced between 25 and 37oc, with maximum activity and yield at 30oc. when protease production was tested in media with different initial ph, maximum activity was observed when cultivation was carried out at 30oc and initial ph ranging from 6.0 to 8.0. higher activity was observed when feathers or feather meal were used as growth substrates, followed by soybean meal. the addition of carbohydrates or surfactants to feather broth resulted in decrease in keratinolytic activity.
Antimicrobial susceptibility, hemolysis, and hemagglutination among Aeromonas spp. isolated from water of a bovine abattoir
Bizani, Delmar;Brandelli, Adriano;
Brazilian Journal of Microbiology , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-83822001000400016
Abstract: the presence of aeromonas spp. in food has been demonstrated. they are often introduced from water, which is the natural habitat of many species and is thought to be the main source of contamination. the occurrence of aeromonas spp. was investigated in 70 water samples of a bovine abattoir. aeromonas spp. were present in 21.4% of water samples. a. hydrophila was isolated from 11.4% of supplying water samples and from 25.7% of the water drained from carcasses, whereas a. sobria was sole isolated from 5.7% of supplying water samples. although greater number of positive samples were from water drained from carcasses, only a. hydrophila isolates were present. this suggests that the supplying water is the source of contamination. the antibiotic susceptibility testing revealed all strains were resistant to b-lactam antibiotics. however, the susceptibility to other antimicrobials was variable, being a. hydrophila more resistant than a. sobria strains. the investigation for virulence factors revealed positive reactions of hemolysis and hemagglutination. the results indicate that aeromonas spp. are present in the supplying water system. these microorganisms may be a potential contaminant of carcasses and widespread in derived food.
Keratinolytic bacteria isolated from feather waste
Riffel, Alessandro;Brandelli, Adriano;
Brazilian Journal of Microbiology , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-83822006000300036
Abstract: the aim of this study was to characterize keratinolytic bacteria isolated from feather waste. four isolates were selected after growth on solid medium with feather meal as sole carbon and nitrogen source and screened for proteolytic activity on milk agar plates. three isolates were gram-negative (belonged to the genera burkholderia, chryseobacterium and pseudomonas) and one was gram-positive (microbacterium sp.). these bacteria grew on diverse keratin wastes such as feather meal, raw feathers, chicken nails, hair and wool. keratinase activity was detected during growth, but the complete degradation of these substrates was not always achieved. the proteolytic character of crude enzymes was assessed using azokeratin and azocasein as substrates. the keratinases were active on both substrates and were similar in keratin hydrolysis when compared with commercially available microbial peptidases. these novel keratinolytic isolates have potential biotechnological use in processes involving keratin hydrolysis.
Antimicrobial susceptibility, hemolysis, and hemagglutination among Aeromonas spp. isolated from water of a bovine abattoir
Bizani Delmar,Brandelli Adriano
Brazilian Journal of Microbiology , 2001,
Abstract: The presence of Aeromonas spp. in food has been demonstrated. They are often introduced from water, which is the natural habitat of many species and is thought to be the main source of contamination. The occurrence of Aeromonas spp. was investigated in 70 water samples of a bovine abattoir. Aeromonas spp. were present in 21.4% of water samples. A. hydrophila was isolated from 11.4% of supplying water samples and from 25.7% of the water drained from carcasses, whereas A. sobria was sole isolated from 5.7% of supplying water samples. Although greater number of positive samples were from water drained from carcasses, only A. hydrophila isolates were present. This suggests that the supplying water is the source of contamination. The antibiotic susceptibility testing revealed all strains were resistant to b-lactam antibiotics. However, the susceptibility to other antimicrobials was variable, being A. hydrophila more resistant than A. sobria strains. The investigation for virulence factors revealed positive reactions of hemolysis and hemagglutination. The results indicate that Aeromonas spp. are present in the supplying water system. These microorganisms may be a potential contaminant of carcasses and widespread in derived food.
Production of bacteriocin-like substances by lactic acid bacteria isolated from regional ovine cheese
Nespolo, Cássia Regina;Brandelli, Adriano;
Brazilian Journal of Microbiology , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-83822010000400020
Abstract: lactic acid bacteria (lab) were isolated from ovine milk and cheeses manufactured in the south region of brazil. among 112 bacterial isolates investigated, 59 were chosen through a screening for lab. among these 59 strains of lab, 21% showed antimicrobial, proteolytic and lipolytic activities. based on this screening, lactobacillus plantarum lcn 17 and lactobacillus rhamnosus lcn 43 were selected and tested for the production of bacteriocin-like substances (bls). the bls produced by both isolates showed antimicrobial activity against listeria monocytogenes, whereas that produced by l. plantarum lcn 17 presented higher stability to different temperature, ph and enzyme treatments. these strains present potential for production of bls, and for use as starter cultures.
A liturgia e a "interrup o" da ecologia e da economia =Liturgy and the "interruption" of ecology and economy
Cardita,ngelo
Teocomunica??o , 2011,
Abstract: O artigo aborda a rela o da liturgia crist com a ecologia e a economia. O autor busca aprofundar a possível rela o a partir do conceito de interrup o, assim como é apresentado na obra de Louis-Marie Chauvet. Tal conceito parece apto a situar a liturgia “entre” a economia e a ecologia e a estabelecer o grau de importancia e o lugar do rito como marco da presen a/ausência de Deus. Por fim, o autor analisa modelos de interrup o capazes de mostrar rea o por parte da liturgia. The article discusses the relationship of the Christian liturgy with ecology and economy. The author seeks to deepen the possible relationship from the concept of interruption, as is shown in the work of Louis-Marie Chauvet. This concept seems to be able to locate the liturgy “between” economy and ecology and to establish the degree of importance and the place of rite as a mark of the presence / absence of God. Finally, the author analyzes models of interruption capable of showing reaction from the liturgy.
Pensando a morte desde a religi o – para pensar a cultura desde a morte
ngelo Cardita
Revista da Faculdade de Letras : Sociologia , 2011,
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Peregrina o : possibilidades de compreens o crítica de uma experiência
ngelo Cardita
Revista da Faculdade de Letras : Sociologia , 2012,
Abstract: This study inquires about the several possibilities of critical understanding of the – human and religious – experience of pilgrimage. After exploring the polarity present in the very idea of “experience” as conceived by the technical and scientific mentality and by the religious conviction, it is shown how the human sciences approach also reproduces similar polarities, to the point of epistemological rupture. The consideration of pilgrimage as “archetype” and “narrative” completes the possibilities for critical understanding of this experience, which are, finally, submitted to evaluation in the light of the current request for spirituality.
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