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O trabalho infantil doméstico e o processo de escolariza??o
Alberto, Maria de Fátima Pereira;Santos, Denise Pereira dos;Leite, Fernanda Moreira;Lima, José Wilson de;Wanderley, José Carlos Vieira;
Psicologia & Sociedade , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-71822011000200010
Abstract: the paper reports on a research that aimed to verify the relation between domestic child labour and the scholarship process. the research had the participation of 100 subjects from both sexes, with ages between 07 and 18 years old. it was used two instruments: the first identified if the child or the adolescent were workers, and the second was a questionnaire composed by open and closed questions. to analyse data, it was used analysis of contents of bardin, descriptive statistical and the software spss. results reveal that 80,0% of the subjects have repeated at school, and 85,0% have low scholar performance; and the biggest reason for repetition was the difficulty with scholar structure. it is concluded, then, that there are implications of the work executed in scholarship process and the relation between domestic labour and scholarship process influence one another.
Trabalho infantil e desenvolvimento: reflex?es à luz de Vigotski
Alberto, Maria de Fátima Pereira;Santos, Denise Pereira dos;
Psicologia em Estudo , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-73722011000200004
Abstract: in this paper, our goal is to analyse the implications of the early insertion of children in the work world in the light of vygotskian propositions. we use reflections from many researches produced over ten years experience in this area. vigotski understands development as a dialectical process that involves or constitutes periods of crises and stability, from the child’s activities in the social environment. researches have revealed that precocious insertion in work begins around 7 years old, through a network consisting of relatives and friends who facilitates this entry. others remarkable aspects of these researches are the risks to health and the consequences to school achievement. the crisis of the seven years old, whose experiences acquire sense to child, coincides with the end of childhood of the poor segments of brazilian society. these aspects make the child to reproduce the imaginary of work’s naturalization. a childhood that is developed in certain objective conditions, in which the search for providing the necessities and the naturalised culture of precocious work, takes the time to play and disrupts the educational environment , what configures the child consciousness and her relationship with the environment, which contributes to the precocious adulthood process and automates.
Chave de identifica??o para as espécies de Dicotiled?neas arbóreas da Reserva Biológica do Tinguá, RJ, com base em caracteres vegetativos
Braz, Denise Monte;Moura, Maria Ver?nica Leite Pereira;Rosa, Maria Mercedes Teixeira da;
Acta Botanica Brasilica , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-33062004000200003
Abstract: the tinguá biological reserve is located within the boundaries of the municipalitiesof nova igua?u, duque de caxias, miguel pereira, and petrópolis, in the central-western region of rio de janeiro state, brazil. its vegetation is mainly formed by forests belonging to the atlantic rain forest complex. although located close to urban areas, the tinguá reserve has suffered little deforestation which is assured by its species richness. as one of the several projects for the reserve, developed by the botany department of the federal university of rio de janeiro, an identification key of the woody dicotyledons is presented, using morphological vegetative characters such as phyllotaxy, leaf shape, stipules, exsudates, lenticells, indument, and glands. a total of 109 species can be identified, belonging to 35 families.
Posicionamento da pelve e lordose lombar em mulheres com incontinência urinária de esfor?o
Araújo, Thaís Helena Prado;Francisco, Luciana Teodora Pereira;Leite, Raquel Freire;Iunes, Denise Hollanda;
Fisioterapia e Pesquisa , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1809-29502010000200007
Abstract: the purpose here was to search for associations between lumbar lordosis and pelvis position, on the one hand, and stress urinary incontinence (sui) on the other, by means of photogrammetry and radiography, also comparing results obtained by the two methods. twenty women with sui were compared to 20 continent controls. lumbar lordosis (ll), pelvis symmetry, and pelvic bascule (pb) were analysed on the photographs taken; on radiographies of the lumbosacral spine, cobb, lumbosacral and sacral inclination angles were measured. comparisons between results were statistically analysed and significance level set at 5%. no significant differences were found between groups as to pelvis symmetry or ll, but a difference was found in the pb angle (-3.69 in sui group, -8.18 in control), pointing to a trend to pelvis anteversion in the latter. as to the other angles, no differences were found between the groups; both women with sui and controls presented as many pelvic changes, thus suggesting that ll and pelvis position do not interfere in sui. the comparison between data of the total sample obtained by photogrammetry and radiography showed only a poor correlation between ll as measured by photography and the sacral angle as measured by radiography.
Desvantagem vocal em cantores de igreja Vocal handicap of church singers
Tatiane Prestes,Eliane Cristina Pereira,Denise Ienk Bail,Ana Paula Dassie-Leite
Revista CEFAC , 2012,
Abstract: OBJETIVO: avaliar a desvantagem vocal de cantores amadores de coros de igreja. MéTODO: participaram 42 cantores de coros amadores de igrejas, sendo 20 homens e 22 mulheres, com idades entre 18 e 59 anos. Todos responderam a um questionário contendo perguntas sobre autopercep o vocal e práticas de canto, e ao protocolo índice de Desvantagem para o Canto Moderno (IDCM), composto por 30 quest es referentes às subescalas incapacidade, desvantagem e defeito. Foi realizada triagem perceptivo-auditiva para classifica o das vozes em adaptadas ou alteradas e mensura o dos graus De altera o. RESULTADOS: a pontua o total média obtida no IDCM foi 23 pontos. Os maiores escores foram obtidos na subescala "defeito" (10,9), seguido por "incapacidade" (7,6) e "desvantagem" (4,5), com diferen a entre elas (p= 0,001). Cantores que nunca realizaram aula de canto apresentaram maiores escores no domínio "desvantagem" (p=0,003). à medida que o escore total do IDCM aumentou, a nota atribuída pelo cantor em rela o à própria voz diminuiu (p= 0,046). Participantes com qualidade vocal alterada apresentaram maiores escores nas subescalas incapacidade e desvantagem e no domínio total do IDCM quando comparados aos que apresentavam qualidade vocal adaptada (p=0,012, p=0,049 e p=0,015, respectivamente). Além disso, quanto maior o grau de altera o vocal, maiores foram os escores referentes à subescala incapacidade (p=0,022). CONCLUS O: cantores de igreja apresentam desvantagem vocal importante. Quando apresentam altera es vocais, esta desvantagem é ainda maior. Quanto maior o grau de altera o vocal, maiores as limita es referentes à voz cantada. Aulas de canto parecem minimizar a desvantagem vocal nessa popula o. PURPOSE: to evaluate the vocal handicap of amateur singers of church choirs. METHOD: we interviewed 42 amateur singers from church choirs, 20 men, and 22 women, between 18 and 59 year old. Everybody answered a questionnaire containing questions about self-perception of singing and vocal practices and the protocol Modern Singing Handicap Index (MSHI), composed by 30 questions regarding disability, handicap, and defect. We performed a screening for perceptual classification of adapted or changed voices, and measured the degrees of change. RESULTS: the total average score was 23 points in the MSHI. The highest subscale scores obtained were "defect" (10.9), followed by "disability" (7.6) and "handicap" (4.5), with the difference between them (p = 0.001). Singers who have never passed through singing lesson had higher scores in the "handicap" (p = 0.003). The higher was t
Ant Colony Optimisation for Backward Production Scheduling
Leandro Pereira dos Santos,Guilherme Ernani Vieira,Higor Vinicius dos R. Leite,Maria Teresinha Arns Steiner
Advances in Artificial Intelligence , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/312132
Abstract: The main objective of a production scheduling system is to assign tasks (orders or jobs) to resources and sequence them as efficiently and economically (optimised) as possible. Achieving this goal is a difficult task in complex environment where capacity is usually limited. In these scenarios, finding an optimal solution—if possible—demands a large amount of computer time. For this reason, in many cases, a good solution that is quickly found is preferred. In such situations, the use of metaheuristics is an appropriate strategy. In these last two decades, some out-of-the-shelf systems have been developed using such techniques. This paper presents and analyses the development of a shop-floor scheduling system that uses ant colony optimisation (ACO) in a backward scheduling problem in a manufacturing scenario with single-stage processing, parallel resources, and flexible routings. This scenario was found in a large food industry where the corresponding author worked as consultant for more than a year. This work demonstrates the applicability of this artificial intelligence technique. In fact, ACO proved to be as efficient as branch-and-bound, however, executing much faster. 1. Production Scheduling Still a Differential for Competitiveness The globalised world economic scenario makes entrepreneurial competitiveness unavoidable and being competitive has become an indispensable prerequisite to organisations that strive for success. Within this context, manufacturing activities become especially important for they decisively influence performance, directly affecting (and being affected by) forecast, planning, and scheduling decisions. Shop-floor production scheduling, which within the hierarchical production planning covers disaggregate and detailed decisions in short time frame, consists in allocating activities (production orders or jobs) to resources, by obeying sequencing and setup restrictions, with focus on getting the best possible results from limited available resources, and, at the same time, aiming at reducing production costs and meeting service levels as fast and efficiently as possible. To make all this happen in cases where production and financial resources are limited and restrictions are many, adequate algorithms techniques and intelligence are necessary. Almost four decades ago, Garey et al. [1] classified production scheduling problems as being NP-hard, which in practical ways means that it is very difficult for one to obtain an optimal solution through exact algorithms and also demand unacceptable execution (computer or effort) time. The
Amea as pós-rankings sobrevivência das CPAS e da auto-avalia o Post-ranking menaces: self-evaluation commisions and self-evaluation survival
Denise Leite
Avalia??o: Revista da Avalia??o da Educa??o Superior (Campinas) , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/s1414-40772008000300013
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Indoor Air Mycological Survey and Occupational Exposure in Libraries in Mato Grosso-Central Region—Brazil  [PDF]
Diniz Pereira Leite Júnior, Ronaldo Sousa Pereira, Washington Santos de Almeida, Sara de Almeida Alves Sim?es, Ana Caroline Akeme Yamamoto, Janaina Vasconcellos Ribeiro de Souza, Evelin Rodrigues Martins, Fábio Alexandre Leal dos Santos, Rosane Christine Hahn
Advances in Microbiology (AiM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/aim.2018.84022
Abstract: Background: Indoor air quality in environments where there is great circulation of people, posing risks to the health of its occupants, including allergic problems, infections and contaminations, can be aided by climatic factors, chemicals and biological agents housed in these environments, influencing the location and providing favorable conditions for the degradation of bibliographic collections. The present study investigated the presence of fungi in indoor environments in seven public and private libraries in the central region of Brazil, Mato Grosso, and verified the impact on occupational health. Results: A total of 26,194 fungal specimens were isolated from 342 dust samples collected using three techniques: Andersen’s sampler (12.3%), exposure plate dish (25.1%) and sterile swab (62.6%). A total of 184 fungal species were identified: 156 (84.8%) mycelial fungi and 28 (15.2%) yeast fungi, belonging 54 fungal genera, 43 (79.6%) mycelial fungi and 11 (20.4%) yeast fungi. The genus Aspergillus (40.6%) was one of the main fungi present in indoor air. Aspergillus niger (12.3%) was identified as the most prevalent species in literary environments, followed by Cryptococcus spp. (7.1%) and Cladosporium cladosporioides (7.0%). In relation to seasonal distribution, there was a greater fungal isolation in the dry season (54%); followed by the rainy season (46%). Conclusion: These results suggest the substrates researched in the evaluated environments presented in the form of documents, books and papers associated with dust and air humidity become suitable for microbiological proliferation. These findings highlight the importance of minimizing the risk of exposure to fungal agents, identified in pathogenic and toxigenic microenvironments in library collections.
Emergência de plantulas oriundas de sementes recém colhidas e armazenadas de Copaifera langsdorffii Desf. (caesalpinioideae), triangulo mineiro, Brasil
Pereira, Regina dos Santos;Santana, Denise Garcia de;Ranal, Marli Aparecida;
Revista árvore , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-67622009000400007
Abstract: copaifera langsdorffii is a threatened species that presents seeds with multiple dormancy and low resistance to storage. thus, it is interesting to know if the seeds lose viability from the physiological maturity point and if they resist to desiccation during the storage period. four experiments were conducted using seeds from the araguari river valley, mg (matrix 1, july and matrix 2, august 2005). two of them had newly-collected seeds and the other two used seeds stored in cold chamber. the loss of 31% of water from the seeds collected from the soil in relation to the seeds collected from the tree reduced the percentage of emergence in about 10%. the presence of aril increased the value of the coefficient of variation of the emergence, indicating the presence of germination inhibitors in this part of the seeds. the seeds had lost viability after storage, reducing significantly the percentages of emergence. this characteristic indicates that seeds of this species have some degree of recalcitrance. to obtain a high number of seedlings in short time, with high synchrony, seeds collected from newly-opened fruits, directly of the tree, without aril, and scarified are recommended.
Uso de mitomicina C tópico no tratamento da neoplasia intra-epitelial córneo-conjuntival e carcinoma espinocelular conjuntival: resultados preliminares
Ballalai Priscilla Luppi,Gomes José álvaro Pereira,Santos Myrna Serapi?o dos,Freitas Denise de
Arquivos Brasileiros de Oftalmologia , 2003,
Abstract: OBJETIVO: Avaliar a seguran a, a eficácia e a recidiva tumoral após o uso de mitomicina C (MMC) tópica no tratamento de neoplasias intra-epiteliais (NIC) primárias e recidivadas e carcinomas espinocelulares (CEC) recidivados. MéTODOS: Dois grupos de pacientes foram tratados. Grupo 1 com diagnóstico de NIC primário ou recidivado fez uso do colírio de MMC 0,02%, 4 vezes ao dia por 28 dias. O grupo 2 com diagnóstico de CEC recidivado fez uso do colírio de MMC 0,02%, 4 vezes ao dia por 21 a 28 dias. Após o término do tratamento era feita citologia exfoliativa para controle ou biópsia nos casos de les o residual. RESULTADOS: Oito pacientes com NIC e 1 com CEC mostraram regress o total da les o e citologia exfoliativa de controle negativa para células neoplásicas. Em 1 paciente com NIC e 2 com CEC, houve regress o parcial das les es, tendo sido necessária exérese cirúrgica da les o residual, com exame anatomopatológico negativo para neoplasia. Os efeitos colaterais foram transitórios e desapareceram após a suspens o do colírio. N o houve recidiva tumoral num seguimento médio de 24,9 meses. CONCLUS O: Os resultados preliminares desse estudo su-gerem que o uso da MMC tópica é op o segura e eficaz como tratamento único de NIC primária ou recidivada e no tratamento do CEC recidivado, porém n o evitando a cirurgia na maioria dos pacientes com CEC. N o foram observadas recidivas tumorais durante o segmento. Mais estudos s o necessários, com maior número de pacientes e maior tempo de seguimento para confirmar esses resultados.
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