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As Novas Religi es Japonesas como instrumento de transmiss o de cultura japonesa no Brasil
Andréa Gomes Santiago Tomita
REVER : Revista de Estudos da Religi?o , 2004,
Abstract: Since the 1970s, so-called "New Japanese Religions" such as the Church of World Messianity or Perfect Liberty, which were initially introduced to Brazil by Japanese immigrants, have expanded outside the Japanese colony. The article argues that this is due to a process of "translation" that not only made these Religions accessible for the Brazilian public but also served as a means of adoption of Japanese culture in a broader sense.
O impacto odontológico no desempenho diário dos trabalhadores do departamento municipal de limpeza urbana de Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil
Gomes, Andréa Silveira;Abegg, Claides;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X2007000700023
Abstract: this study aimed to investigate the prevalence of oral health impact on daily performance in brazilian adults. 276 civil servants 35 to 44 years of age from the public works and waste disposal department of porto alegre, in southern brazil, were interviewed and clinically examined. oral impacts on daily performance (oidp) was used to evaluate the impact of oral health status on daily performance. 73.6% of all subjects had at least one daily performance affected by an oral impact in the previous six months. the most commonly affected performance was eating (48.6%), while the most common symptoms were discomfort (40.6%) and dissatisfaction with one's appearance (31.5%). missing teeth (21.7%) and toothache (20.7%) were recognized as the main causes of oral impacts on daily performance. oidp was useful for measuring (physically, psychologically, and socially) the oral impacts on daily performance.
Apontamentos socioantropológicos sobre comunidade e saúde
Gomes,Mara H de Andréa;
Revista de Saúde Pública , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-89102006000300023
Abstract: the notion of community utilized by planners and healthcare providers is doubly deceptive. on the one hand, it presupposes apparent equality and absence of conflicts between people in the same population group. on the other hand, it supposes a certain possibility of intervention by healthcare services in relation to behavioral patterns that are considered undesirable, from the point of view of disease control or health promotion. used this way, this concept ends up concealing the "social nature" of the target population: poor people and the setbacks that their condition of poverty causes. to bring to light the problem of the euphemism implicit in this notion of community, the objective of the present article was to present simmel's radically relational approach for characterizing the subordination of these population groups to healthcare policies and programs. for this purpose, the starting point was the appropriation of the sociological notion of community by the healthcare services, from t?nnies' classic formulation and its influence on the authors of the chicago school.
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Mara H. de Andréa Gomes
Saúde e Sociedade , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/s0104-12902010000100001
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Mara H. de Andréa Gomes
Saúde e Sociedade , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/s0104-12902012000100001
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Mara H. de Andréa Gomes
Saúde e Sociedade , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/s0104-12902009000300001
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Debate sobre o artigo de Ana Maria C. Aleksandrowicz
Gomes Mara Helena de Andréa
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2000,
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“If We Only Knew How You Feel”—A Comparative Study of Automated vs. Manual Classification of Opinions of Customers on Digital Media  [PDF]
Huoston Rodrigues Batista, José Carmino Gomes Junior, Marcelo Drudi Miranda, Andréa Martiniano, Renato José Sassi, Marcos Antonio Gaspar
Social Networking (SN) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/sn.2019.81005
Abstract: The Web development has drastically changed the human interaction and communication, leading to an exponential growth of data generated by users in various digital media. This mass of data provides opportunities for understanding people’s opinions about products, services, processes, events, political movements, and organizational strategies. In this context, it becomes important for companies to be able to assess customer satisfaction about their products or services. One of the ways to evaluate customer sentiment is the use of Sentiment Analysis, also known as Opinion Mining. This research aims to compare the efficiency of an automatic classifier based on dictionary with the classification by human jurors in a set of comments made by customers in Portuguese language. The data consist of opinions of service users of one of the largest Brazilian online employment agencies. The performance evaluation of the classification models was done using Kappa index and a Confusion Matrix. As the main finding, it is noteworthy that the agreement between the classifier and the human jurors came to moderate, with better performance for the dictionary-based classifier. This result was considered satisfactory, considering that the Sentiment Analysis in Portuguese language is a complex task and demands more research and development.
Itinerários terapêuticos: trajetórias entrecruzadas na busca por cuidados
Pinho, Paula Andréa;Pereira, Pedro Paulo Gomes;
Interface - Comunica??o, Saúde, Educa??o , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-32832012005000026
Abstract: the general purpose of this paper is to present the therapeutic itineraries of hiv-positive people. these courses, consisting of unusual blends and compositions, reveal the complex ways in fighting hiv/aids taken by people who undergo therapies trying to restore or preserve health. admitting the existence of numerous available treatments, we analyze the itineraries of therapies known as being of the "religious type" in their relation to the biomedical model. ethnography revealed that the interlocutors do not separate the religious and the biomedical therapy on different levels. what stood out was the simultaneous interaction of the two solutions employed for the same purpose: health. it was possible to observe a therapeutic continuum, i.e., the options are not isolated; rather, they appear as consecutive parts that flow without clearly demarcated boundaries.
Recursos fisioterapêuticos em linfedema pós-mastectomia: uma revis?o de literatura
Luz, Naiane Durvalina da;Lima, Andréa Concei??o Gomes;
Fisioterapia em Movimento , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-51502011000100022
Abstract: introduction: the post-mastectomy lymphedema is a chronic, progressive pathological picture, which creates a deficit in the balance of trade in interstitial fluids, resulting mainly from axillary node dissection, radiotherapy and chemotherapy in the armpit. objective: the objective was to review studies of literature, to verify and evaluate the benefits of physical therapy resources for treatment and prevention of post-mastectomy lymphedema. methodology: the literature review was conducted in the period 1980-2010, through books and databases lilacs, ibecs, medline, cochrane library and scielo. the resources were: physiotherapy complex decongestive; intermittent pneumatic compression; manual lymphatic drainage; compression garments; bandages; drugs; exercise; surgery; laser therapy; general care; lymphatic drainage mechanics; tens;, self-massage; hydrotherapy; microwave; ultrasound; thermotherapy; balneotherapy; vertical immersion in mercury; intra-arterial injections of autologous lymphocytes; diuretics; casley-smith method; and high voltage electrical stimulation (hves). conclusion: physiotherapy with its extensive resources is still the most efficient choice in the treatment of post-mastectomy lymphedema, for it can improve not only how to maintain the functionality of the lymphatic circulation, and to prevent recurrence of infections.
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