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EVALUATION OF WATER QUALITY IN HEADWATER OF THE S O FRANCISCO’S SLUM FROM CAMPO MOUR O/PR.
Roger Paulo Mormul, Angela Kwiatkowski, Diogo de L. N. Zerbini, Andréia A. de Freitas e Adriane C. G. de Almeida
SaBios : Revista de Saúde e Biologia , 2006,
Abstract: The quality of the water is a universal necessity that demands attention of sanitary authorities and general consumers, mainly for fountains like wells, springs and headwaters destined to human consumption, since their contamination by human and animal excretions may become a vehicle that transmit diseases. The objective of this research was to evaluate the microbiological conditions and the potability of water in three headwaters located in S o Francisco’s slum in Campo Mour o - Paraná. The multiple tube method was used to microbiological evaluation of water. Presumptive and confirmative test for total coliform bacteria and the test for presence of thermotolerant coliforms were carried out. The results have shown that water collected in three evaluated headwater were not up to the microbiological potability standards determined by the National Agency of Health Surveillance. The families which use this water are in risky of contracting diseases. It demonstrates the importance of alert the competent authorities about the necessity of drinking water supply and garbage disposal in S o Francisco slum.
Literatura surda: cria o e produ o de imagens e textos/Deaf literature: creation and construction of images and texts
Fabiano Souto Rosa,Heloísa Andréia Vicente de Matos,Ivani Rodrigues Silva,Rosana Cheffer,Liliane Ferrari Giordani,Lodenir Becker Karnopp,Zilda Maria Gesueli,Lia de Moura,Andréa da Silva Rosa,Gladis Perlin,Paula Michelle da Silva Pereira,Vanessa Regina de Oliveira Martins,Ronice Muller de Quadros,Sandra Patrícia de Faria,Tanya Amara Felipe,Fernando C. Capovilla,Alessandra G. S. Capovilla,Luis E. Behares,Karin Lilian Strobel,Lilian Cristine Ribeiro Nascimento,Regina Maria de Souza,Marianne Rossi Stumpf,Myrna
ETD : Educa??o Temática Digital , 2006,
Abstract: O objetivo deste texto é analisar o uso da literatura como a constru o da consciência de mundo, relacionando a interpreta o com a realidade. A proposta é investigar a importancia do uso da imagem e da linguagem na literatura, analisando a express o de uma literatura surda. This paper aims to analyze the use of literature as the construction of world awareness, by relating interpretation and reality. We propose investigating the importance of using image and language in literature, by analyzing the expression of deaf literature. Keywords Surdo --- Imagem --- Literatura --- Língua de sinais brasileira --- Deaf --- Image --- Literature --- Brazilian sign language
A presen a de uma aluna surda em uma turma de ouvintes – possibilidade de (re)pensar a mesmidade e a diferen a no cotidiano escolar/The presence of a deaf student among listeners in a classroom – possibility of (re)think the similarities and differences at school
Carmen Sanches Sampaio,Fabiano Souto Rosa,Heloísa Andréia Vicente de Matos,Ivani Rodrigues Silva,Rosana Cheffer,Liliane Ferrari Giordani,Lodenir Becker Karnopp,Zilda Maria Gesueli,Lia de Moura,Andréa da Silva Rosa,Gladis Perlin,Paula Michelle da Silva Pereira,Vanessa Regina de Oliveira Martins,Ronice Muller de Quadros,Sandra Patrícia de Faria,Tanya Amara Felipe,Fernando C. Capovilla,Alessandra G. S. Capovilla,Luis E. Behares,Karin Lilian Strobel,Lilian Cristine Ribeiro Nascimento,Regina Maria de Souza,Maria
ETD : Educa??o Temática Digital , 2006,
Abstract: A presen a de uma aluna surda em uma turma de crian as ouvintes em uma escola pública do Estado do Rio de Janeiro tem instigado um grupo de professoras alfabetizadoras a invistir na realiza o de uma prática pedagógica que transforme a diferen a – que nos constitui – em vantagem pedagógica. A t o proclamada homogeneidade – nos modos de aprender e ensinar, nos modos de lidar com as crian as, nas práticas avaliativas, etc – vem dialogando com a heterogeneidade real de toda sala de aula, possibilitando o aprendizado, nada fácil, de compreender a singularidade e a pluralidade como tra os constituintes do processo ensinoaprendizagem. Nesse processo algumas quest es têm surgido: como pensar uma escola que, de fato, reconhe a as singularidades lingüísticas e culturais dos alunos e alunas? Como reconhecer politicamente a surdez como diferen a? é possível compreender e lidar com a diferen a, no cotidiano escolar, no sentido de praticar a es pedagógicas que n o invistam na nomea o e controle do outro? Ou a mesmidade da escola proíbe a diferen a? Esse texto socializa e discute limites e possibilidades de uma a o pesquisadora que procura, com as professoras, investir na constru o de um currículo escolar que n o seja marcado pelo fracasso e exclus o cotidiana de um número significativo de alunos e alunas das classes populares. The presence of a deaf student in a classroom with listener children in a public school in the state of Rio de Janeiro – Brazil has been caused a reaction in a group of literacy teachers of investing in a pedagogical way that changes the difference – what consists for us – into a pedagogical advantage. The wide announced equality – in modules of learning and teaching, in modules of dealing with kids, in evaluation routines, etc – Comes dialoging with the real heterogeneous classroom world, showing the possibility of learning, which is not easy at all, of understand the pluralism and the monism as parts of the teaching-learning process. In this process some points must be discussed such as: How thinking of a school that really recognizes the students’ linguistics and cultural differences? How to politically recognize the deafness? Is it possible to understand and deal with the difference, at school, in a way of not use pedagogical actions that don’t consist in naming and control of the other/the different? Or the similarities at school block the “difference”? This text socialize and discuss the limits and the possibilities of a research action that wishes, along with the teachers, invest in a construction of a school résumé that don’t be se
Algumas considera es sobre o desenvolvimento da atividade de leitura e a constitui o do leitor surdo/Some aspects on the development of the activity of reading and the constitution of the deaf reader
Heloísa Andréia Vicente de Matos,Ivani Rodrigues Silva,Rosana Cheffer,Liliane Ferrari Giordani,Lodenir Becker Karnopp,Zilda Maria Gesueli,Lia de Moura,Andréa da Silva Rosa,Gladis Perlin,Paula Michelle da Silva Pereira,Vanessa Regina de Oliveira Martins,Ronice Muller de Quadros,Sandra Patrícia de Faria,Tanya Amara Felipe,Fernando C. Capovilla,Alessandra G. S. Capovilla,Luis E. Behares,Karin Lilian Strobel,Lilian Cristine Ribeiro Nascimento,Regina Maria de Souza,Marianne Rossi Stumpf,Myrna Salerno Monteiro
ETD : Educa??o Temática Digital , 2006,
Abstract: Este trabalho aponta alguns aspectos teóricos sobre a quest o da leitura e seus desdobramentos e, por conseguinte, sobre os aspectos relacionados à constitui o do leitor também nas condi es da surdez. Do mesmo modo, destaca quest es do letramento e as implica es desse processo na constitui o do leitor Surdo, também através de narrativas de sujeitos adultos (com pouca influência da oraliza o e relativa proficiência na leitura do Português, no presente) sobre seus movimentos de forma o, configurados na no o de espa o e tempo construídos pela memória dos mesmos. This paper points some theoretical aspects on the question of the reading and its unfoldings and, therefore, on the aspects related to the constitution of the reader also in the conditions of the deafness. In a similar way, it detaches questions of the literacy and the implications of this process in the constitution of the Deaf reader, also through narratives of adult deaf people (with little influence of the oralism and relative proficiency in the reading of the Portuguese, at the current moment) on its movements of formation, configured in the notion of space and time constructed by the memory of the same ones. Keywords Surdez --- Leitura --- Leitor --- Surdo --- Letramento --- Desenvolvimento --- Deafness --- Reading --- Reader --- Deaf --- Literacy --- Development
Multiculturalismo e linguagem: literatura surda, o caminho contrário ao esquecimento/Multiculturalism and language: deaf literature, the path away from oblivion
Raquel Silva Soares,Carmen Sanches Sampaio,Fabiano Souto Rosa,Heloísa Andréia Vicente de Matos,Ivani Rodrigues Silva,Rosana Cheffer,Liliane Ferrari Giordani,Lodenir Becker Karnopp,Zilda Maria Gesueli,Lia de Moura,Andréa da Silva Rosa,Gladis Perlin,Paula Michelle da Silva Pereira,Vanessa Regina de Oliveira Martins,Ronice Muller de Quadros,Sandra Patrícia de Faria,Tanya Amara Felipe,Fernando C. Capovilla,Alessandra G. S. Capovilla,Luis E. Behares,Karin Lilian Strobel,Lilian Cristine Ribeiro Nascimento,Regina
ETD : Educa??o Temática Digital , 2006,
Abstract: A partir da concep o de diferen a lingüística evidenciarei a importancia do respeito e conhecimento da literatura produzida por grupos ou comunidades como forma se express o social e cultural. A exemplo do conto Cinderela que, ao ser recontada por surdos adultos, universitários, sobrevive com o título de Cinderela Surda. A literatura produzida por surdos usuários da língua de sinais evidencia sua inser o nos contos acrescentando a história de sua educa o e a história do nascimento das comunidades surdas. Paralelo tra ado na forma como o príncipe surdo aprende língua de sinais através de um professor ouvinte sinalizador e Cinderela (no caso plebéia) apropria-se da língua no contato com surdos. Based on the concept of linguistic difference I will focus on the importance of respecting and acknowledging the literature produced by groups or communities as a form of social and cultural _expression. As an example, we discuss the fairy tale Cinderella, which turns into Deaf Cinderella when re-told by college educated deaf adults. The literature produced by deaf sign language users clearly shows their input into the stories, by adding the history of their own education and the history of the birth of deaf communities. That parallel can be drawn from the aforementioned story, where the deaf prince learns sign language with the help of a hearing sign language teacher and Cinderella, who is plebeian, acquires sign language through contact with other deaf people. Keywords Multiculturalismo --- Linguagem --- Literatura surda --- Surdez --- Multiculturalism --- Language --- Deaf literature --- Deafness
A língua de sinais como foco de constru o do imaginário no brincar de crian as surdas/The sign language as focus of construction of imaginary in playing of deaf children
Marina Velosa Sim?es,,Raquel Silva Soares,Carmen Sanches Sampaio,Fabiano Souto Rosa,Heloísa Andréia Vicente de Matos,Ivani Rodrigues Silva,Rosana Cheffer,Liliane Ferrari Giordani,Lodenir Becker Karnopp,Zilda Maria Gesueli,Lia de Moura,Andréa da Silva Rosa,Gladis Perlin,Paula Michelle da Silva Pereira,Vanessa Regina de Oliveira Martins,Ronice Muller de Quadros,Sandra Patrícia de Faria,Tanya Amara Felipe,Fernando C. Capovilla,Alessandra G. S. Capovilla,Luis E. Behares,Karin Lilian Strobel,Lilian Cristine Ribe
ETD : Educa??o Temática Digital , 2006,
Abstract: O brincar é de fundamental importancia na infancia, pois engloba a cogni o, o afeto e a linguagem. As representa es dos papéis sociais e o brincar est o vinculados às quest es do desenvolvimento e educa o das crian as. O brincar leva a realiza o dos desejos que n o podem ser realizados e satisfaz a necessidade de intera o com o objeto e com pessoas promovendo o desenvolvimento das crian as. O objetivo desse estudo foi de investigar como as crian as surdas que se comunicam por meio da língua de sinais representam e constroem os papéis sociais no jogo imaginário. As reflex es sobre os autores em rela o às crian as surdas que possuem uma comunica o por meio da língua de sinais e suas representa es dos papéis sociais dentro do jogo imaginário versam sobre a quest o de que as crian as quando brincam desenvolvem a língua de sinais e a linguagem. Esta pesquisa pode constatar que as crian as surdas brincam e utilizam as representa es sociais, pois possuem uma língua de sinais que as possibilita adquirirem a linguagem. Playing is very important in the childhood, because it is composed by cognition, the affection and the language. The representations of the social roles and playing are tied with the questions of the development and education of the children. Playing takes the accomplishment of the desires that cannot be carried through and satisfies the necessity of interaction with the object and people promoting the development of the children. The objective of this study was to investigate how deaf children, that uses sign language, represent and construct the social roles in the imagining playing. There are some researchers who consider deaf children and their communication through sign language and its social role representation in the imagining playing. They claim that while children play they develop sign language and the global language itself. The sign language is the language of deaf children. This research could establish that deaf children play and use social representations, because a sign language that make possible language acquisition. Keywords Surdez --- Língua de sinais --- Brincar --- Deafness --- Sign language --- Playing
Association between hearing loss and depressive symptoms in elderly
Teixeira, Adriane Ribeiro,Gon?alves, Andréa Krüger,Freitas, Cíntia de La Rocha,Soldera, Cristina Loureiro Chaves
International Archives of Otorhinolaryngology , 2010,
Abstract: Introduction: Hearing loss causes difficulties in speech understanding, which leads away from the family and social environment. This isolation may be associated with depressive disorders. Type of study: clinical prospective. Objective: To determine the association between hearing loss and depression in a group of non-institutionalized elderly. Method: The sample consisted of individuals aged over 60 years, undergoing complete audiological evaluation and screening for depressive symptoms with the Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS). Results: We evaluated 54 elderly, 26 (48.1%) were female and 28 (51.9%) males. It was found that 39 (72.2%) had hearing thresholds change, and 17 (31.5%) with mild hearing loss and 22 (40.7%) with moderate hearing loss. Were evident signs of depression in 25 elderly (46.3%), and 22 (40.7%) had hearing loss. Data analysis showed an association between hearing loss and depression (p = 0.016). Although not significant (p = 0.18), the association between the degree of hearing loss was positive in relation to the severity of the signs of depression. Conclusion: In elderly people surveyed, there was a strong association between hearing loss and signs of depression and tendency to be an association between the degree of hearing loss and the severity of the signs of depression.
Associa o entre perda auditiva e sintomatologia depressiva em idosos
Teixeira, Adriane Ribeiro,Gon?alves, Andréa Krüger,Freitas, Cíntia de La Rocha,Soldera, Cristina Loureiro Chaves
Arquivos Internacionais de Otorrinolaringologia , 2010,
Abstract: Introdu o: A perda auditiva provoca dificuldades na compreens o da fala, o que origina afastamento do meio familiar e social. Este isolamento pode estar associado a quadros depressivos. Tipo de estudo: clínico prospectivo. Objetivo: Verificar a associa o entre perda auditiva e depress o em um grupo de idosos n o institucionalizados. Método: A amostra foi composta por indivíduos com idade igual ou superior a 60 anos, submetidos à avalia o audiológica completa e rastreio de sintomatologia depressiva com a escala de depress o geriátrica (GDS). Resultados: Foram avaliados 54 idosos, sendo 26 (48,1%) do sexo feminino e 28 (51,9%) do sexo masculino. Constatou-se que 39 (72,2%) apresentaram limiares auditivos alterados, sendo 17 (31,5%) com perda auditiva leve e 22 (40,7%) com perda auditiva moderada. Foram evidenciados sinais de depress o em 25 idosos (46,3%), sendo que 22 (40,7%) apresentavam perda auditiva. A análise dos dados evidenciou associa o entre a presen a de perda auditiva e depress o (p=0,016). Apesar de n o significativa (p=0,18), a associa o entre o grau de perda auditiva foi positiva em rela o à gravidade dos sinais de depress o. Conclus o: Nos idosos pesquisados, ocorreu forte associa o entre a perda auditiva e os sinais de depress o e tendência a existir associa o entre o grau de perda auditiva e a gravidade dos sinais de depress o.
Sentir-se pai: a vivência masculina sob o olhar de gênero
Freitas, Waglania de Mendon?a Faustino e;Coelho, Edméia de Almeida Cardoso;Silva, Ana Tereza Medeiros Cavalcanti da;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X2007000100015
Abstract: pregnant and postpartum women frequently complain about the limited involvement of their partners with their children, beginning in pregnancy. the current study thus aimed to understand men's feelings towards fatherhood during this period of their lives. the research adopted a qualitative approach and a gender-theory focus. the universe included men whose children were being treated at a pediatric outpatient clinic, and data were collected through semi-structured home interviews. subjects' testimony was analyzed using discourse analysis, the basic principle of which is to recognize the most abstract levels of the text, identified by themes organized in blocks of meaning and allowing the construction of empirical categories. study subjects' social position towards fatherhood shows that the model that men assume as father-providers coexists with that of the man who seeks to be a "new father", whose affective bond with the son or daughter begins during pregnancy, thus representing a break with traditional fatherhood.
Surdez: um território de fronteiras/Deafness: a territory of boundaries
Madalena Klein e,Márcia Lise Lunardi,Marina Velosa Sim?es,,Raquel Silva Soares,Carmen Sanches Sampaio,Fabiano Souto Rosa,Heloísa Andréia Vicente de Matos,Ivani Rodrigues Silva,Rosana Cheffer,Liliane Ferrari Giordani,Lodenir Becker Karnopp,Zilda Maria Gesueli,Lia de Moura,Andréa da Silva Rosa,Gladis Perlin,Paula Michelle da Silva Pereira,Vanessa Regina de Oliveira Martins,Ronice Muller de Quadros,Sandra Patrícia de Faria,Tanya Amara Felipe,Fernando C. Capovilla,Alessandra G. S. Capovilla,Luis E. Behares,Kari
ETD : Educa??o Temática Digital , 2006,
Abstract: Este texto apresenta uma discuss o quanto à “centralidade da cultura” e sua importancia nas problematiza es cotidianas de grupos culturais na busca do reconhecimento de suas diferen as. Nesse sentido, pretendemos abordar a constitui o da “essencialidade” de uma cultura surda com a tentativa de apresentarmos um deslocamento dessa “pureza cultural” para um território híbrido e de fronteira. Para a constru o deste texto vamos nos valer de autores que se aproximam do campo dos estudos culturais e de uma perspectiva pós-estruturalista. Quando nos propomos a trabalhar a surdez a partir desta perspectiva, é necessário rompermos com a busca de uma “pureza cultural”, da “essência cultural”. Propomos um distanciamento da indaga o: “o que é mesmo a cultura surda?” nos interessando, sim, pelas condi es de possibilidade de diferentes nuances de culturas surdas. Procuramos trazer à discuss o os discursos dos movimentos das comunidades surdas em favor do reconhecimento das suas diferen as e especificidades culturais, considerando importante problematizá-los e localizá-los em “territórios contestados”, em que as culturas e as identidades n o s o fixas, mas sim móveis, fragmentadas e híbridas. Propomos pensar a problematiza o de uma identidade surda, de um essencialismo ou mesmo de uma autenticidade a ser definida, para ent o pensarmos em cenários onde os discursos da surdez s o levados a cena, e onde à constitui o de ser surdo deve ser entendido como uma contingência histórica e cultural. This paper presents a discussion about the “centrality of culture” and its importance on the quotidian problems found by cultural groups searching for the acknowledgement of their differences. Therefore, we intend to approach the “essentiality” constitution of a deaf culture, as an attempt to move that “cultural purity” towards a hybrid territory, a territory of boundaries. For writing this paper we have made use of the work by authors who approach the field of cultural studies and of a post-structural perspective. When we set out to perceive deafness from that perspective, it is necessary to stop seeking a “cultural purity”, the “cultural essence”. We propose taking a step back from asking “what is deaf culture anyway?”, and look for possible conditions for the different shades of the deaf culture. We want to discuss the discourse of the movements of deaf communities for the acknowledgment of their differences and cultural specificities, as we consider it important to discuss them and localize them in “contested territories”, where cultures and identities are not fixed but mob
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