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Comparison of chemical composition of packable resin composites by scanning electron microscopy
Silva, Ana Amélia Bianchi e;Veeck, Elaine Bauer;Oliveira, José Pedro Peixoto de;Souza, Paulo Henrique Couto;
Journal of Applied Oral Science , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-77572005000100014
Abstract: objectives: the purpose of this study was to compare the chemical composition of four different shades (incisal/extra-light, a2, a3 and b3) of two packable resin composites (solitaire?, and prodigy condensabletm). methods and materials: the specimens measured 4mm in diameter and 4mm in thickness. five specimens were made for each shade of the materials. they were light cured for 40 seconds at a power of 600mw/cm2. subsequently, the specimens were removed from the plates and ground to powder and then pressed into holes measuring 4mm in diameter in a teflon matrix, using the plates of the same material as base and cover. specimens were evaluated under sem with an x-ray detector for the spectroscopic test by energy dispersing. results: the chemical components found in both materials were practically the same, but in different proportions. carbon, oxygen, aluminum, silica, fluoride and barium were found. conclusions: the chemical composition of each same material varied according to each shade analyzed.
Camarano,Ana Amélia; Mello,Juliana Leit?o e; Pasinato,Maria Tereza; Kanso,Solange;
Ultima década , 2004, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-22362004000200002
Abstract: the paper discusses the definition of youth considering several ways in which the transition to the adult life may occur. insertion in school, labour market and in family were the considered dimensions. it is based in an empirical analysis using the general household survey (pnad) of 1982 and 2002. it analyses several modalities of transition from youth life to adult one considering those who left parental home and those who did not. the results show a great variety of situations of transition to adult life. it was suggested that this process is characterized by nonlinear trajectories of the life stages. for instance, children may precede marriage, marriage may occur without a job, etc. also, transition to adult life may take place through new family arrangements that do not require that the youth population leave parental home. it was not possible to conclude that the processes of transition are or not reversible. it is believed that all the stages of this process can be reversible.
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.
Mulher idosa: suporte familiar ou agente de mudan a?
Camarano Ana Amélia
Estudos Avan?ados , 2003,
Abstract: O TRABALHO buscou mostrar a heterogeneidade da experiência do envelhecimento feminino. Há n o muito tempo atrás, o envelhecimento trazia para as mulheres brasileiras, pobreza e isolamento. A grande mudan a ocorrida nos últimos vinte anos é que o final da vida ativa e a viuvez n o significam mais necessariamente isso. Para uma grande maioria de pessoas, pode significar uma nova fase no ciclo de vida. A universaliza o da Seguridade Social e a melhoria das condi es de saúde trouxeram uma reconceitualiza o do curso da vida. A última fase da vida deixou de ser residual, vivenciada por uma minoria, para ser uma fase de dura o até maior do que a infancia e a adolescência. Ou seja, as idosas de hoje est o assumindo papéis n o esperados, tornando-se também importante agentes de mudan a social.
Debate sobre o artigo de Elmo Rodrigues da Silva & Fermin Roland Schramm
Boischio Ana Amélia
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 1997,
Kuniichi Uno: um pensamento filosófico além do dualismo Oriente/Ocidente
Ana Amélia C. Genioli
Galáxia , 2012,
Abstract: Este livro inédito do filósofo japonês Kuniichi Uno apresenta 11 ensaios sobre o corpo, a dan a, o teatro, o cinema e a biopolítica com reflex es que tomam como referência obras de Nijinsky, Tanaka Min, Hijikata, Artaud, Beckett, Genet e Deleuze. A dan a e os escritos de bailarinos japoneses inspiraram-no para pensar sobre o corpo a partir do movimento. O encontro desse corpo, pelos autores trazidos por Uno, n o se dará de maneira “positiva”, mas pela “transgress o” da raz o, pela crueldade do pensamento, pelos interstícios, pelas fissuras, pela realidade que excede o texto. O que interessa a Uno nos autores franceses é a forma como desestabilizam os aspectos mais cartesianos e dogmáticos da filosofia da raz o europeia, ou seja, é aquilo que os aproxima do Oriente.
Multimédia: um conceito em evolu o
Ana Amélia Carvalho Amorim
Revista Portuguesa de Educa??o , 2002,
Abstract: This paper focuses on the multimedia concept and its evolution due to technological development. We refer to three phases in multimedia, and we identify and characterize the components that are relevant to the multimedia concept in the field of education. Then, we describe the theoretical contributions to multimedia in learning. Finally, we distinguish between multimedia and hypermedia, focusing on their scope and convergence.
Encontro sobre WebQuest
Ana Amélia Amorim Carvalho
Revista Portuguesa de Educa??o , 2007,
A representa o do conhecimento segundo a teoria da flexibilidade cognitiva
Ana Amélia Carvalho Amorim
Revista Portuguesa de Educa??o , 2000,
Abstract: This paper addresses the principles suggested by Cognitive Flexibility Theory to represent knowledge in such away that the acquisition of advanced knowledge in complex and ill-structured domains is facilitated and cognitive flexibility is developed. Moreover, we describe the Cognitive Flexibility Theory, its assumptions, recommendations and the hyperdocuments developed following its principles. We conclude by commenting the theory based on the studies carried out by the author.
Profiting from the Internet in Primary and Secondary School Teaching. From Online Resources and Tools to LMS
Ana Amélia Amorim Carvalho
Sísifo : Educational Sciences Journal , 2007,
Abstract: Internet access in schools, IT equipment in the classroom and the “School, Teachers and Laptop Computers” initiative have created the technological conditions for teachers and pupils to benefit from the diversity of information online, and to communicate, collaborate and share with one another, as well as the possibility of online publishing. Integrating Internet Services in teaching practices for particular and a broad range of subjects can provide thematic, social and digital enrichment for the agents involved. The second part of this article will discuss this topic.We shall begin by highlighting the emergence of the knowledge economy in a network, as a cognitive extension. Out of this reality arises the need for connectivity and the importance of connectivism, which is indispensable for the 21st-century human being and which we will focus on in the second part.In the third part, we focus on the advantages of using Learning Management Systems (LMS), such as Moodle, to back up traditional learning whereby the teacher and pupils are in personal contact. We also analyse its implications with regard to supporting the pupil and online interaction, which leads the educational agents to shift from teaching techniques where both parties are present to a mixed approach: blended-learning.Finally, we conclude by emphasising the importance of starting to use online resources and tools to bring about an environment that is familiar for the pupils and through which they can learn critically and collaboratively.
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