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O magistério de ensino secundário e a regulamenta??o da profiss?o (1931-1946)
Dias, Amália;
Educa??o em Revista , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-46982012000100002
Abstract: the public policies intended to regulate the economic state of private teaching in secondary education are presented, with the historical context of its (secondary education's) organization, in mind, including its working relations and the expansion of the private sector in teaching post-1930. from the teaching association's performance, we are able to examine the correlative forces between the government agencies, employers and the teaching profession, in the definition of work contracts and professional register, since it follows that legislation is a product of social relations and power. under the aegis of the federal government, these relations have become part of the remit of state agencies, but this, in actual fact, hasn't eradicated the dimension of interstate conflict and, between the organized collective subjects that have forwarded their proposals, resistance has become apparent, alliances have been articulated and the hegemony of the decision-making process has been disputed by them.
Conflito político-religioso e embate discursivo entre Eun?mio de Cízico e Basílio de Cesaréia: utiliza??o do manual de Aristóteles
Papa, Helena Amália;
História (S?o Paulo) , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-90742010000100013
Abstract: the christian bishops eunomius of cyzic (335-394 ad) and basil of caesarea (329/331-379 ad) represented the politico-religious ideals of two christian groups: arian christians and christians nicene, respectively. the contentions that permeated this theme sought the legitimacy of the orthodox religion based on its interpretations of the nature of logos, the second person of the trinity. within the enumerable religious groups that have discussed the theme, we have aimed in this article to understand the circumstances of the development of the aryan controversy starting from the conflict between the aryan, eunomius of cizic, and the nicene, basil of caesarea (329/331-379 ad). our purpose has gone beyond the purely religious and theological aspects, as we have set down in the rhetorical analysis, a methodology to find elements of the ideal and the politico-religious propaganda of these two christian bishops. to achieve this end, we intend to analyze and compare their testimonies apology e against eunomius, respectively, using the manual aristotle's rhetorical art.
Mulher idosa: suporte familiar ou agente de mudan?a?
Camarano, Ana Amélia;
Estudos Avan?ados , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-40142003000300004
Abstract: the paper looks to the heterogeneity of the experience of the female aging. ageing used to bring about poverty and isolation for the brazilian women until sometime ago. the great change that took place in the last 20 years is that the end the active life and the widowhood do not mean necessary those. for a great majority of people, it can mean a new phase in the life cycle. the universalization of the social security and the improvement in health conditions had brought about a new concept of the life course. the latter phase of life is not residual anymore, lived only by a small group of women. nowadays, it can be longer then the childhood or even the adolescence. in other words, the female old women are taking over unexpected social roles, becoming an agent of social change.
Descentraliza??o, saúde e cidadania
Cohn, Amélia;
Lua Nova: Revista de Cultura e Política , 1994, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-64451994000100002
Abstract: the relationships between decentralization, rationality and democracy are examined with reference to the brazilian health system. the author argues that the limitations imposed on the decentralizing process by the 1988 constitution impair its democratizing effects. she shows for the case of health how this process takes the form of a recentralization which gives priority to a strictly economic rationality
Ricardo de Almeida Jorge
Ferraz,Amélia Ricon;
Arquivos de Medicina , 2008,
Abstract: ricardo de almeida jorge amélia ricon ferraz. arq med 2008;22:91-100. on the 150th anniversary of the birth of ricardo de almeida jorge (1858-1939), it was necessary to pay tribute to such remarkable personality of portuguese medicine. a man of great learning and wisdom, he could speak and write about the most diverse topics on medicine as well as on biology, philosophy, pedagogy or scientific, historic and literary criticism. university professor, municipal doctor, founder and director of various state-run organisations, he succeeded, due to his good judgement and meticulous methodology, in sensitising public authorities in order to improve the theory and practice of hygiene and public health in portugal. his reputation has gone beyond national boundaries and today ricardo jorge’s work, particularly in the field of epidemiology, has gained international recognition. the late 19th century breakthroughs in the field of microbiology dramatically transformed modern medical science particularly preventive medicine. a global perspective was necessary in order to understand the importance of ricardo de almeida jorge’s life and work.
A reforma sanitária brasileira após 20 anos do SUS: reflex?es
Cohn, Amélia;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X2009000700020
Abstract: this article provides some reflections on the challenges that have arisen during 20 of experience with the implementation of brazil's unified national health system and the significance of constitutional provisions related to health for both academic research and health sector managers. the article discusses the main issues during these 20 years and how they are currently managed, and concludes by inquiring into the need for reconnecting health sector projects to a broader project for brazilian society, without which the original proposals for health run the risk of becoming merely managerial ones.
Estado e sociedade e as reconfigura??es do direito à saúde
Cohn,Amélia;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232003000100002
Abstract: the present essay in which the author seeks to reintroduce some of the main discussions within the social sciences literature on the relationship among state and civil society, and which can contribute for a reflection about social involvement in health policies. in this regard, the focus is on the political dimension proper of this relationship, putting aside - despite its relevance - society's participation on the provision of health services. the main axes of the analysis are the social and political implications in choosing the poverty or inequality perspective; social movements and social rights; and the state/society relationship in a context lacking basic rights. attention is given to the institutionalization of citizenship within the perspective of justice and social equity in face of the diversity and plurality of contemporary societies, especially the brazilian, considering the huge social inequalities characterizing it. the last session briefly reviews some of the main features of social participation in health councils present in several analyses of this theme, without pursuing an evaluation of this literature regarding its theoretical or methodological features.
Ciência da informa??o e cogni??o humana: uma abordagem do processamento da informa??o
Neves, Dulce Amélia;
Ciência da Informa??o , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-19652006000100005
Abstract: this article presents the possibilities of relationship between information science and human cognition. in this regard, discusses research results on information processing within the cognitive psychology field. such studies are concerned with the performance of individuals in reading skills, knowledge acquisition and transforming information onto knowledge. it focus on studies about human cognition and metacognition and the importance of this approach to information retrieval and indexing procedures in the context of information systems.
Mulheres em ciência e tecnologia: ascens?o limitada
Soares, Thereza Amélia;
Química Nova , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-40422001000200020
Abstract: in contemporary times, women can choose freely to enter any professional field. along the way they come across stumbling blocks that make their progress difficult. most of these difficulties are not gender-specific, yet women encounter them more consistently than do men. it is remarkably true for the areas of science and technology. however, it is not straightforward to evaluate and to obtain an accurate measure of the effects of gender bias. the factors and consequences associated with the phenomena are multiple, with many shades of regionalism as we look at different countries. despite of the absence of detailed studies regarding the situation in brazil, it seems unlikely we would be an exception to a world pattern. in this article, some causes as well as current actions around the world to fight gender bias are presented.
A constru??o da personagem m?e: considera??es teóricas sobre identidade e papel materno
Kimura, Amélia Fumiko;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 1997, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62341997000200013
Abstract: this work is a reflection about the construction of the maternal role into the identity of the woman's identity who experiences the maternity process. therefore, it sought from literature, theoretical frameworks of some authors, outlining parallels and confronts among them and the implications which they bring about, in the care process when we choose or adopt one theoretical references or concepts.
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