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O Servi?o de Objetos do Museu Paulista
Almeida, Adilson José de;Ribeiro, Angela Maria Gianeze;Barbuy, Heloisa;Andreatta, Margarida Davina;
Anais do Museu Paulista: História e Cultura Material , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-47142003000100013
Abstract: it focuses the organization of the department of object collections of museu paulista - curatorship and information system - and its research directions: 1. formation of the collections. 2. money alternative forms. 3. visual culture in the 19th century: museums, industrial exhibitions and cities / commerce, industrialization and material culture. 4. historical and industrial archaeology. 5. military life and material culture.
O Servi o de Objetos do Museu Paulista
Adilson José de Almeida,Angela Maria Gianeze Ribeiro,Heloisa Barbuy,Margarida Davina Andreatta
Anais do Museu Paulista: História e Cultura Material , 2003,
Abstract: It focuses the organization of the Department of Object Collections of Museu Paulista - curatorship and information system - and its research directions: 1. Formation of the collections. 2. Money alternative forms. 3. Visual Culture in the 19th century: museums, industrial exhibitions and cities / Commerce, industrialization and Material Culture. 4. Historical and Industrial Archaeology. 5. Military life and Material Culture.
O Servi o de Objetos do Museu Paulista
Adilson José de Almeida,Angela Maria Ribeiro Gianeze,Heloisa Barbuy,Margarida Andreatta Davina
Anais do Museu Paulista: História e Cultura Material , 2003,
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Tourism as an Exit Strategy at Crisis Times  [PDF]
Angela Besana, Anna Maria Bagnasco
Open Journal of Applied Sciences (OJAppS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojapps.2015.53009
Abstract: The contemporary crisis is giving evidence of failing macroeconomic theories and policies, after decades of focusing on the aggregate domestic demand and the role of the public expenditure. The contemporary crisis has shown the weakness of fiscal policy. With very low interest rates, the monetary policy does not seem to provide an alternative exit strategy out of the crisis, too. In this paper we discuss the hypothesis that GDP can still be a reliable estimate of growth. Nevertheless, at crisis times, only if the focus is on the foreign demand like International Tourism Receipts and Exports, and Exports can be an exit strategy. One component of Exports and International Tourism Receipts are worthy of attention. Thanks to a cluster analysis of per year variations of International Tourism Receipts (ITRs), GDP and Exports (World Bank Database) from 2007 to 2011, average positive variations of GDPs are matching with positive ITRs and Exports for “clusters” of countries. Performances of Europe and USA are worse than China, Brazil, India and South Africa and these continents and countries are separated in two different clusters. This result can be related to an increase of trade in emerging economies more than in mature ones, whose exit out of the crisis is much more demanding. The research confirms that Tourism and Exports are having an impact on the growth at different intensities (Europe and America vs. Asia) at crisis times.
About the Mean Difference of the Inverse Normal Distribution  [PDF]
Giovanni Girone, Angela Maria D’Uggento
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/am.2016.714130
Abstract: The calculation of the mean difference for the inverse normal distribution can be obtained by a transformation of variable or a hard integration by parts. This paper shows a simpler formula of the mean difference of the inverse normal distribution that highlights the role of the two parameters on the mean difference of the model. It makes it easier to study the relation of the mean difference with the other indexes of variability for the inverse normal distribution.
A conforma??o dos ecomuseus: elementos para compreens?o e análise
Barbuy, Heloisa;
Anais do Museu Paulista: História e Cultura Material , 1995, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-47141995000100019
Abstract: this article seeks to trace an overall history of ecomuseums - especially in france - and to detect its roots in folkloristic as well as regional ethnography movements, trom the end of the 19th-century until now. aspects usually underrated are emphasized, as the role of collections and cultural heritage and the museographic patterns.
O Brasil vai a Paris em 1889: um lugar na Exposi??o Universal
Barbuy, Heloisa;
Anais do Museu Paulista: História e Cultura Material , 1996, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-47141996000100017
Abstract: the a. studies the meaning of brazilian presence in the 1889 universal exposition in paris trom a museographical point of view. based on rich and in large part ignored or underexplored sources, she reveals the efforts ma de to show brazil as an attractive country for foreigners and analyzes the allegorical repertoire put into action, along with the rhetorics or different sorts of exhibition, either of natural and manufactured items as well as artistic and scientific in character.
The Galactic Bulge
B. Barbuy
Revista mexicana de astronomía y astrofísica , 2002,
Abstract: Se describen y analizan los datos del Bulge y de c umulos globulares teniendo en cuenta las teor as actuales acerca de la formaci on del Bulge
Plasticidade fenotípica em Amaranthus hybridus L. (Amaranthaceae)
Maluf, Angela Maria;
Acta Botanica Brasilica , 1994, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-33061994000200006
Abstract: during winter, a greenhouse trial was made in order to study the influence of light quality and quantity in the development of six amaranthus hybridus populations (five green and one purple biotypes). comparing plants that received direct insolation in the morning with those that were exposed to direct insolation in the afternoon, an increasing in the life cycle and a reduction in the height of the plants (around 50%), in leaf number (around 25%), in vegetative-k (67 to 90%) and reproductive biomassr (42 to 82) and in total production (51 to 83%) were observed in the first group of plants. however, reduction of the r/k relation reached the maximum of 50%, althougt some populations did not show this reduction but an increasing in this relation. amaranthus hybridus, as a weed r-strategist plant, showed a high phenotypic plasticity and under stress conditions the plant metabolism seems to be deviated towards reproductive structures in detriment of the vegetative growth.
A DESCENTRALIZA??O COMO EIXO DAS REFORMAS DO ENSINO: UMA DISCUSS?O DA LITERATURA
Martins, Angela Maria;
Educa??o & Sociedade , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-73302001000400003
Abstract: this text discusses the instrumental use of the concept of decentralization. as a rule, this term has been used pragmatically as a synonym for de-concentration, and lately as a warrant of school autonomy. these controversies are discussed on the basis of documents from multilateral organizations and the literature in these areas. this is an attempt to design a brief panel where questions could originate and illuminate the possible relationships between the international directives ? invariably produced within organizations headquartered in developed countries ? and the policies implemented by the peripheral countries and, less obvious, to assess the implementation of such policies.
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