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Dom, amor e dinheiro no futebol de espetáculo
Damo, Arlei Sander;
Revista Brasileira de Ciências Sociais , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-69092008000100009
Abstract: this paper aims at analyzing the tensions around love and money in the context of the spectacle soccer. initially, the different meanings of the gift are expressed as synonyms of talent and endowment in the context of the formation of the players. i shall also question the tensions coming from the fact that supporters, engaged in the spectacle from the belonging to a club, committing love and money in the system, while the athletes, in return feature their talents. a paradigmatic tension case on such relation is described and analyzed in the last part of the article.
Futebol e estética
DAMO, ARLEI SANDER;
S?o Paulo em Perspectiva , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-88392001000300011
Abstract: este ensaio pretende dar uma contribui??o ao entendimento do esporte e, particularmente, do futebol no brasil a partir de uma perspectiva estética. desta forma s?o apresentadas e discutidas três categorias analíticas: o ritual disjuntivo, o "pertencimento" clubístico e a no??o de jogo absorvente.
O desejo, o direito e o dever - A trama que trouxe a Copa ao Brasil
Arlei Sander Damo
Movimento , 2012,
Abstract: Este trabajo tiene como objetivo discutir los principales eventos, así como el papel de los agentes y de las instituiciones, que han hecho del Brasil el país anfitrión del Mundial de 2014. El objetivo es desvirtuar esta elección mostrando que el país no se ha establecido como sede simplemente porque la Federación Internacional de Fútbol Asociado (FIFA) tiene un sistema de rotación, o porque hubo una conspiración entre Blatter y Lula. Destaco el papel de la FIFA en ese proceso, tratándola como una agencia privada, lo que implica considerar sus demandas legítimas para beneficiarse con la Copa. Trato de mostrar como el gobierno brasile o fue seducido por las autoridades deportivas y por la opinión pública para respaldar la candidatura, pagando por ella un valor económico muy alto y contestado, además de arriesgarse de salir con su status malo por no ser la Copa un éxito.
Monopólio estético e diversidade configuracional no futebol brasileiro
Arlei Sander Damo
Movimento , 2003,
Abstract: El artículo tiene por objetivo criticar el monopolio temático ejercido por el fútbol profesional. Para hacer más clara esta argumentación serán presentados cuatro modelos de configuración donde la diversidad futbolística puede ser mejor visualizada y comprendida: el fútbol profesional (de espectáculo o de alto rendimiento), el fútbol de bricolaje (fútbol de improvisación, informal, etc.), el fútbol comunitario (fútbol amador, de barrio, de fábrica, etc.) y el fútbol escolar (institucional, disciplinar, etc.). La parte final del texto está dirigida al fútbol comunitario, con la finalidad de dar visibilidad académica para uno de los segmentos que la narrativa hegemónica ha encubierto, pero que es de gran interés para las Ciencias Sociales y para la Educación Física.
Produ o e consumo de megaeventos esportivos – apontamentos em perspectiva antropológica
Arlei Sander Damo
Comunica??o, Mídia e Consumo , 2011,
Abstract: Este texto tem por objetivo mostrar que os espetáculos esportivos podem ser pensados como bens simbólicos convertidos em mercadorias. Para tanto, sugiro que se observe o aparato simbólico do clubismo e do nacionalismo, os dois principais circuitos de disputas no futebol. é no espectro desses circuitos que se produzem as identidades e alteridades que d o sentido aos jogos, para além da beleza ou torpeza das técnicas corporais. Procuro mostrar como a FIFA controla o circuito nacionalista, cuja Copa do Mundo é a mercadoria mais valiosa.
Cultura e Agência – o engajamento no Or amento Participativo
Arlei Sander Damo
Campos - Revista de Antropologia Social , 2008,
Abstract: This article is the result of an ethnographic research on the Participatory Budget of Porto Alegre, Brazil. It is based on the trajectories of the counselors of one of the 17 regions that compose the city, in attempt to understand the reasons that led them to engage in such a political activity and the order of their experiences along it. The broader objective is related to understanding the meaning of political participation; that is the reason why the viewpoints of the counselors, local leaders with a well-known political engagement in the Participatory Budget, are taken into account. Thus, this article stands for an attempt to cast light on the conditions of the acquisition of ‘agency’, as a modality of action in which the subject tries to carry out a personal project by assessing the strategies he/she avails. Therefore, the main question I pose is, precisely, about the objective and subjective processes that have to do with the agency and reputation of the Participatory Budget counselors.
Feuerbach : from criticism of religion to the defense of human dignity Feuerbach: da crítica da religi o à defesa da dignidade humana
Arlei Espindola
Semina : Ciências Sociais e Humanas , 2011,
Abstract: The article aims at discussing the current trend of considering Feuerbach a minor author, which would place him as a crossing point between Hegel and Marx. It points out that the German philosopher needs to be read with the intent to comprehend first rather than through a negative and critical perspective. Only then it is possible to identify the humanistic aspects of his thinking and acknowledge that his purpose consists in safeguarding religion in its human essence. O artigo tenta problematizar a tendência (existente ainda hoje) de julgar-se Feuerbach um autor menor, que serviria de ponto de passagem entre Hegel e Marx. Salienta que o filósofo alem o precisa ser lido antes com a pretens o compreensiva, e n o de forma negativa e crítica. Só assim é possível identificar o caráter humanista de sua reflex o e reconhecer que seu propósito consiste em salvaguardar a religi o em sua essencialidade humana.
Recursos minerais n?o-metálicos
Macedo, Arlei Benedito;
Estudos Avan?ados , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-40141998000200005
Abstract: nonmetallic mineral resources, albeit very important for the needs of the population and for exportation, are ill-favored by governmental actions and ignored by the public. generally not included in territorial planning, the mining of nonmetallic minerals in brazil produces extensive, ill-controlled environmental impacts. a coordinated action of promotion and control, both patrimonial and environmental of mining, is proposed. this will only be achieved by political action, which depends on a more comprehensive education of mining professionals and on a greater communication by them with the population as a whole.
Peroxisome Proliferator Activated Receptors and Lipoprotein Metabolism
Sander Kersten
PPAR Research , 2008, DOI: 10.1155/2008/132960
Abstract: Plasma lipoproteins are responsible for carrying triglycerides and cholesterol in the blood and ensuring their delivery to target organs. Regulation of lipoprotein metabolism takes place at numerous levels including via changes in gene transcription. An important group of transcription factors that mediates the effect of dietary fatty acids and certain drugs on plasma lipoproteins are the peroxisome proliferator activated receptors (PPARs). Three PPAR isotypes can be distinguished, all of which have a major role in regulating lipoprotein metabolism. PPAR is the molecular target for the fibrate class of drugs. Activation of PPAR in mice and humans markedly reduces hepatic triglyceride production and promotes plasma triglyceride clearance, leading to a clinically significant reduction in plasma triglyceride levels. In addition, plasma high-density lipoprotein (HDL)-cholesterol levels are increased upon PPAR activation in humans. PPAR is the molecular target for the thiazolidinedione class of drugs. Activation of PPAR in mice and human is generally associated with a modest increase in plasma HDL-cholesterol and a decrease in plasma triglycerides. The latter effect is caused by an increase in lipoprotein lipase-dependent plasma triglyceride clearance. Analogous to PPAR, activation of PPAR/ leads to increased plasma HDL-cholesterol and decreased plasma triglyceride levels. In this paper, a fresh perspective on the relation between PPARs and lipoprotein metabolism is presented. The emphasis is on the physiological role of PPARs and the mechanisms underlying the effect of synthetic PPAR agonists on plasma lipoprotein levels.
Author's response to comments on "Epidemiologic Measures and Policy Formulation"
Sander Greenland
Emerging Themes in Epidemiology , 2005, DOI: 10.1186/1742-7622-2-2
Abstract: The target of my article was the other side, those who take counterfactuals uncritically or superficially, without paying enough attention to what these hypothetical quantities are supposed to mean. My article originated as a chapter in a WHO volume [7]. This volume arose from a conference which seemed a festival of counterfactual abuse, rife with talk of cause-of-death removal as if it were an intervention. It is disheartening if not frightening to witness discussion of global health policy framed in such terms. In this context, the concerns expressed by Dawid [1,2] about counterfactuals seem reserved.Counterfactual abuse can be diminished by connecting potential outcomes to interventions. Susser and Schwartz [8] point out that this connection is needed for lifestyle risk factors (smoking, physical inactivity, etc.) just as for social factors. I agree; risk-factor epidemiology could better serve public health if it addressed what could be done, rather than estimating effects of the unattainable (like removal of all tobacco exposure), without regard to how change is brought about.Becoming more realistic involves more than just operationalizing the exposure (right-hand) side of the structural equation; one also needs to expand the left-hand side to consider the full spectrum of intervention effects, such as all effects of smoking cessation (e.g., weight gain, depression). The traditional narrow focus on a few prominent endpoints (like cancer and cardiovascular disease), encouraged by the case-control viewpoint, has discouraged grappling with the multivariate complexity of outcomes as well as exposures. Worse, in the smoking context, there may be a bias against acknowledging that one of our most damaging population exposures (tobacco) may bring worthwhile benefits to a non-negligible portion of the population – not just medical benefits like Parkinsonism prevention, but also psychologic benefits like enhanced sense of well-being, which are hard to measure and weigh ag
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