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Learning about Vegetarian Diets in School: Curricular Representations of Food and Nutrients in Elementary Health Education  [PDF]
Clara Hanson
Advances in Applied Sociology (AASoci) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/aasoci.2012.21010
Abstract: This paper examines the way non-meat and plant based diets are discussed in four elementary curricula. The author used an open coding technique of grounded theory to understand the way food, nutrition and vegetarianism was discussed. The curricula relied heavily upon the USDA Food Pyramid and a related concept of “balance” for nutritional information. The curricula also discussed nutrition in terms of food and food groups, rather than in terms of nutrients. Although some of the curricula included information about the benefits of vegetarian diets, the high level of use of the Food Pyramid often overwhelmed the low level of information about vegetarianism.
Re-envisioning nursing education and practice in Nigeria for the 21st century  [PDF]
Clara Agbedia
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2012.23035
Abstract: The paper explores the current situation and future development of nursing education and practice in Nigeria and their influence on health care. As the role of the nurse continues to expand, Nigerian nurses must be skillful in effectively using evidence-based and clinically relevant information to facilitate the best possible nursing care. Major issues and challenges in this regard are discussed with some recommendations on the way forward.
Religion and Politics in Nigerian Society: Problems and Prospects (a Philosophic Probe)  [PDF]
Ogugua PaulIkechukwu, OguguaIfunanya Clara
Open Journal of Philosophy (OJPP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojpp.2015.53024
Abstract: The concepts religion and politics are problematic even at the level of conceptualization. This paper examines the two concepts in the Nigerian society and points out some of the areas of problem, and goes on to argue that peaceful co-existence of both concepts in the Nigerian society is not only possible but also realizable.
Concertación social y territorio
Craviotti, Clara;
Intera??es (Campo Grande) , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1518-70122006000200004
Abstract: the article analyzes one of the basic elements of recent approaches to rural local development processes, the notion of social partnership. it is established the relationship between partnership and the notion of governance, and some of the issues involved - between cooperation and conflict, between efficacy and legitimacy, and between local and non local levels - are examined. it is asserted the need of complementing these arrangements with the construction of a national view of development and actions aimed at the real empowerment of excluded sectors.
Calidad, coordinación entre agentes y organización del trabajo en las producciones no tradicionales
Craviotti,Clara;
Agroalimentaria , 2004,
Abstract: this article presents advances of research centered on agents, which face non-traditional agriculture and animal production. these are understood to be differentiated productions intended for specific market segments. its emergence is analyzed in function of the changes that have taken place in the production and in consumption at the world level. but, it also considers peculiar characteristics of the argentine situation. among them, it considers the context in which the principle commodities developed in the 1990?s and changes produced in areas close to large cities related to agriculture and cattle production income from agents not within the sector. from in-depth interviews of producers and key informants, the degree of productive specialization that the agents that confront this type of activity show, the inclusion of quality control parameters, and the type of link that they establish with input suppliers and commercialization channels are analyzed. aspects related to the organization of work exploitation process are considered as well.
Um museu debaixo de água: o caso da Luz
Saraiva,Clara;
Etnográfica , 2007,
Abstract: the museum of luz opened in 2003, as part of the plan for the reallocation of the village of luz, submerged due to the construction of the alqueva dam, in southern portugal, and respecting the population?s desire to have a museum in the new village. the reallocation process included the trasladation of the cemetery and of the old 15th century church, both important simbolic buildings, relating to the foundation of the community and with which the museum established a strong relatiom. this text intends to explain what this museum is and some of the problems that we faced during the complex process of the reallocation of the village and of the creation of this equipment in the new luz.
Afro-Brazilian religions in Portugal: bruxos, priests and pais de santo
Saraiva,Clara;
Etnográfica , 2010,
Abstract: the afro-brazilian religions that established themselves in portugal during the last twenty years are becoming more and more popular. the temples are full with portuguese followers that, after going through the initiation processes, become important in the organization of the religious community and, with time, may themselves become priests. most of them previously believers in the catholic church, their turning towards the afro-brazilian cults most of the times does not keep them from sustaining their regular church going practices. as such, many prefer umbanda, closer to the catholic matrix, while others turn to candomblé and to african performances, which are rather new to them. drawing on field work conducted in lisbon, in temples and with followers of these cults, and on the pioneer work of ismael pordeus jr., this paper explores some of the aspects of this new ?portuguese? syncretism, the way these cults incorporating possession appeal to the portuguese, and the hermeneutical process of brazilian influences in portugal and returning to their roots again, linking the three corners of the portuguese black atlantic.
Un análisis acerca de las categorías socioprofesionalesen la negociación colectiva y sus transformaciones en las últimas décadas
Marticorena,Clara;
Trabajo y sociedad , 2012,
Abstract: this paper analyses the structure and the criteria of definition of occupational categories in collective agreements from selected manufacturing activities along different periods, since 1975. in particular, we aim to analyse the way in which the advance of capital against labour in the last decades of the 20th century expressed in the definition of occupational categories in collective agreements. this analysis allows us to recognize processes of exclusion of categories, reduction in the number of categories, and redefinition of the same ones. even when the changes in occupational categories were neither homogeneous nor linear, those processes started during the 90's have great relevance today.
A"arma da cultura" e os "universalismos parciais"
Mafra, Clara;
Mana , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-93132011000300005
Abstract: in the present article, i begin by inquiring about the relative inability of brazilian evangelical christians to utilize "culture as a weapon". while agents of other religions - and in particular catholics and members of african-brazilian religions - have negotiated a certain subordination of the "religious" to the "cultural" as a strategy of increasing their ecognittion and social legitimacy by including themselves in the set of "cultures" which make up the nation, evangelical christians have ended to develop extenalist relationships with the cultural policies proposed by the state and by transnational secular agencies. based on ethnographic data, the present article suggests that the hesitations and ambiguities of the evangelicals with regards to these politics are related to a more basic engagement with the production of "partial universalisms". in other words, i argue that is a constituitive part of evangelical christian culture to maintain tense linkages of acceptance or rejection with those visions of the world that are conventionally accepted within this context.
Relatos compartilhados: experiências de convers?o ao pentecostalismo entre brasileiros e portugueses
Mafra, Clara;
Mana , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-93132000000100003
Abstract: two broad trends have characterized the interpretation of documents which report on pentecostal conversion. on the one hand, a "constructivist" tendency is observed, where the subject's narrative is seen as an artificial response or reflex to the forces of expectations and external pressure. on the other hand, narratives on conversion are treated as being the centre of analysis, and interpreted as the direct expression of some new disposition of the self. in this article a third interpretation is put forth, based on conversion reports from brazil and portuguese "evangelicists", in which conversion is itself treated as a narrative genre which incorporates the life experiences of common men and women who have come to "accept jesus christ", and which gain, through this event, a measure of similitude. in this way one guarantees the commensurability of life his stories without imposing a single meaning upon them.
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