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Museologia-Museu e patrim?nio, patrimonializa??o e musealiza??o: ambiência de comunh?o
Lima, Diana Farjalla Correia;
Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências Humanas , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1981-81222012000100004
Abstract: the article presents a part of the research "terms and concepts of museology", subject of specialty language, addressing the theory and practice that represent an area of knowledge, and which is expressed by the scientific communication (context of information/communication). in historical perspective, focuses on the intertwining museology-museum and heritage from the training grounds of the museum, museological field, and heritage. highlights processes of institutionalization of cultural objects (symbolic goods), namely patrimonialization and musealization, and its constructed meanings, over time, legitimizing the actions of 'ownership' of cultural bodies. the theoretical support has involved theoretical studies of museology, communicative theory of terminology, socioterminology, economic theory of fields and symbolic power, law, and information science. the objectives included analyzing the dynamics of creation, redefinition, change of terms/concepts, with results that provide subsidies for documentary language. the methodology developed comparative analysis of sources relating to representations and practices of the museological, heritage and terminological scenarios. the results showed one common basis for interaction between museology and heritage: the image publicizing the need to safeguard the assets for transmission to future generations - preservation, embodied in the sense borrowed from social act on the issue of identity, but whose real face is the practice of symbolic power.
Museology-Museum and heritage, patrimonialization and musealization: environment of communion
Diana Farjalla Correia Lima
Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências Humanas , 2012,
Abstract: The article presents a part of the research "Terms and Concepts of Museology", subject of Specialty Language, addressing the theory and practice that represent an area of knowledge, and which is expressed by the scientific communication (context of information/communication). In historical perspective, focuses on the intertwining Museology-Museum and Heritage from the training grounds of the Museum, museological field, and Heritage. Highlights processes of institutionalization of cultural objects (symbolic goods), namely Patrimonialization and Musealization, and its constructed meanings, over time, legitimizing the actions of 'ownership' of cultural bodies. The theoretical support has involved theoretical studies of Museology, communicative theory of terminology, socioterminology, economic theory of fields and symbolic power, Law, and Information Science. The objectives included analyzing the dynamics of creation, redefinition, change of terms/concepts, with results that provide subsidies for documentary language. The methodology developed comparative analysis of sources relating to representations and practices of the museological, heritage and terminological scenarios. The results showed one common basis for interaction between Museology and Heritage: the image publicizing the need to safeguard the assets for transmission to future generations – preservation, embodied in the sense borrowed from social act on the issue of identity, but whose real face is the practice of symbolic power
Spin evolution of Earth-sized exoplanets, including atmospheric tides and core-mantle friction
Diana Cunha,Alexandre C. M. Correia,Jacques Laskar
Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1017/S1473550414000226
Abstract: Planets with masses between 0.1 - 10 M_earth are believed to host dense atmospheres. These atmospheres can play an important role on the planet's spin evolution, since thermal atmospheric tides, driven by the host star, may counterbalance gravitational tides. In this work we study the long-term spin evolution of Earth-sized exoplanets. We generalize previous works by including the effect of eccentric orbits and obliquity. We show that under the effect of tides and core-mantle friction, the obliquity of the planets evolve either to 0 or 180 degrees. The rotation of these planets is also expected to evolve into a very restricted number of equilibrium configurations. In general, none of this equilibria is synchronous with the orbital mean motion. The role of thermal atmospheric tides becomes more important for Earth-sized planets in the habitable zones of their systems, so they cannot be neglected when we search for their potential habitability.
An interview with Diana from Libya
Diana
International Journal of Inclusive Democracy , 2011,
Abstract: IJID Note:The interviewer will be referred below as JR and the interviewee as DL. Both the interviewer as well as the interviewee preferred not to reveal publicly their names for security reasons.JR’s Notes:In the 1980s, when Gaddafi’s policies veered to the left and nationalization of the economy became widespread, Diana father’s business was severely affected. So her own background is not what one might expect of someone who now is speaking up passionately against the NATO assault on Libya…Unfortunately, most mainstream western journalists seem interested only in hearing from anti-Gaddafi Libyans. So it is the fact that westerners continue to get a one-sided picture of Libya which helps support the case for NATO bombing. Here’s another side to the story…
Inicia o desportiva, actividades prévias e especializa o no treino de futsal em Portugal Sport initiation, early sport involvement and specialization in futsal training in Portugal
Jo?o Manuel Pereira Ramalho Serrano,Sara Diana Leal dos Santos,António Jaime Eira Sampaio,Nuno Miguel Correia Leite
Motriz: Revista de Educa??o Física , 2013,
Abstract: O presente estudo pretende analisar e caracterizar a prepara o desportiva em longo prazo dos melhores jogadores de futsal portugueses. Para alcan ar este objetivo foram realizados dois estudos distintos. O estudo 1 permitiu averiguar o percurso desportivo de jogadores séniores proveniente de diferentes níveis competitivos, elite (n=60), intermédio (n=160) e regional (151). Por sua vez, o estudo 2 comparou o envolvimento desportivo inicial dos melhores jogadores portugueses (n=24), com aquele desenvolvido por jogadores mais jovens, selecionados para representar as equipas distritais (n=270) e contemplou, adicionalmente, uma análise entre sexos. Todos os participantes preencheram um questionário previamente validado, que fornece informa es de carácter retrospectivo sobre as atividades desportivas experiências ao longo da sua carreira. Os resultados demonstraram que os melhores jogadores se distinguem dos jogadores de níveis competitivos inferiores pela dedica o mais precoce ao treino desportivo e especificamente ao futsal, facto que é refor ado tanto pelo acréscimo progressivo do volume de treino semanal como na dura o das épocas desportivas. Estes aspectos emergem como fatores discriminantes neste processo, n o deixando de referenciar o contributo da prática diversificada no percurso dos melhores jogadores portugueses de futsal. The present study aimed to analyze and characterize the long-term athlete development in the elite Portuguese futsal players. There were performed two different studies to achieve this goal. The first one allowed to ascertain the route of seniors sports players from different competitive levels, elite (n=60), medium (N=160) and regional (n=151). The second study has compared the early involvement of the elite senior Portuguese players (n=24), with the study developed with young players, selected to represent the district teams (n=270) and also included a comparison between genders. All the participants completed a previous validated questionnaire, which provides retrospective information about the sport activities experienced throughout his career. The results showed that the elite players are distinguished from lower level competitive players for their earlier dedication to the sports training and specifically to futsal, which is reinforced by the progressive increase in volume of weekly training as in the durations of seasons. These aspects emerge as discriminating factors in this process, whilst the early practice diversifications contribution to the course of the elite Portuguese futsal players.
Operationalizing Interaction between Firms and Regions  [PDF]
Ricardo Correia, Carlos Brito
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2016.64074
Abstract: Regions are very different as they contain an amalgam of different resources shaped by a diversity of actors. In some extent, they are the result of interactions of different actors that can be located either inside or outside them. Firms are one of the actors that assume more relevance for the regional configuration. Indeed firms have a capacity to act beyond any regional boundaries and a successful firm can “infect” positively the regional dynamics. But the opposite influence is also true. The regional configuration may have impact on the strategic action of firms. The interconnection between firms and territories is thus a key issue for the understanding of the development of both businesses and regions. However, the interactions between firms and regions have not been sufficiently explained. In this context, the purpose of this paper is to clarify the bidirectional influence between firms and regions. Taking advantage of the emerging literature of relational geography and industrial network approach, a model aimed at providing a better understanding of this mutual influence was developed. We find that the lack of relational compatibility can limit firms’ effects on the region. Similarly, the influence of the region on firms’ performance also depends on this compatibility and on the specific characteristics of the business
Marriages, Polygamous, Early Fertility and Development in Congo  [PDF]
Diana Loubaki
Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies (JHRSS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jhrss.2017.53018
Abstract: This article uses endogenous growth theory to show that, both education and labor force participation of women are crucial mechanics of economic development. In an economic environment that prevailing polygamous and early fertility which yields inequalities among women, unemployed labor force is due to difficulties to ensure education for all the children born from different mothers. Thus increases of poverty create a feedback effect since the children’s off-springs become also parental financial support. Indeed, introducing moral hazard and corruption in the economy due to absence of skills, thus information hold is not revealed in order to win money to support the big family. The article also shows that, social inheritance rule is modified, i.e., it may decrease a lot and yield to poverty trap and famine zone or may increase a lot and reach the highest levels or may converge depending on parental polygamous degree or remain equal to the parental status. Consequently, this article provides development foundations focused on women social promotion for development take-off in poorest countries.
SERPINA2 Is a Novel Gene with a Divergent Function from SERPINA1
Patrícia Isabel Marques, Zélia Ferreira, Manuella Martins, Joana Figueiredo, Diana Isabel Silva, Patrícia Castro, Ramiro Morales-Hojas, Joana Sim?es-Correia, Susana Seixas
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0066889
Abstract: Serine protease inhibitors (SERPINs) are a superfamily of highly conserved proteins that play a key role in controlling the activity of proteases in diverse biological processes. The SERPIN cluster located at the 14q32.1 region includes the gene coding for SERPINA1, and a highly homologous sequence, SERPINA2, which was originally thought to be a pseudogene. We have previously shown that SERPINA2 is expressed in different tissues, namely leukocytes and testes, suggesting that it is a functional SERPIN. To investigate the function of SERPINA2, we used HeLa cells stably transduced with the different variants of SERPINA2 and SERPINA1 (M1, S and Z) and leukocytes as the in vivo model. We identified SERPINA2 as a 52 kDa intracellular glycoprotein, which is localized at the endoplasmic reticulum (ER), independently of the variant analyzed. SERPINA2 is not significantly regulated by proteasome, proposing that ER localization is not due to misfolding. Specific features of SERPINA2 include the absence of insoluble aggregates and the insignificant response to cell stress, suggesting that it is a non-polymerogenic protein with divergent activity of SERPINA1. Using phylogenetic analysis, we propose an origin of SERPINA2 in the crown of primates, and we unveiled the overall conservation of SERPINA2 and A1. Nonetheless, few SERPINA2 residues seem to have evolved faster, contributing to the emergence of a new advantageous function, possibly as a chymotrypsin-like SERPIN. Herein, we present evidences that SERPINA2 is an active gene, coding for an ER-resident protein, which may act as substrate or adjuvant of ER-chaperones.
Neotropical coastal lagoons: an appraisal of their biodiversity, functioning, threats and conservation management
Esteves, FA.;Caliman, A.;Santangelo, JM.;Guariento, RD.;Farjalla, VF.;Bozelli, RL.;
Brazilian Journal of Biology , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-69842008000500006
Abstract: neotropical coastal lagoons (ncl) are human-dominated ecosystems. their distribution along densely populated coastal areas of developing countries makes these systems among the most threatened in the world. here, we summarize some aspects of the causes and consequences of ncl biodiversity, their functioning, their importance to the surrounding populations, their fragility, and their responses to local and global anthropogenic impacts and the challenges that neotropical countries face in conserving these systems. although still scarce and geographically concentrated, a growing body of studies has shown that ncls are physiographically diversified systems, which harbor a considerable and particular proportion of the neotropical inland aquatic biodiversity. despite the fact that coastal lagoons are ecotones that are intricately connected to surrounding environments, they develop mechanisms for structural and functional regulation, which confer to these systems higher productivity and carrying capacities than surrounding ecosystems. such traits attract residential developments and subsidize local traditional populations with important economic and aesthetic ecosystem revenues such as fisheries and scenic beauty. however, the disorganized human occupation around ncls are causing profound impacts such as eutrophication, salinization, exotic species introduction, as well as other effects, which are ultimately imposing major habitat degradations and biodiversity extirpations in ncls. we argue that interdisciplinary conservation strategies, which integrate scientific expertise, government officials, private companies and the general public, are the most likely to overcome the geographic and economic obstacles to ncl conservation.
Bacterial growth and DOC consumption in a tropical coastal lagoon
Farjalla, V. F.;Enrich-Prast, A.;Esteves, F. A.;Cimbleris, A. C. P.;
Brazilian Journal of Biology , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-69842006000300002
Abstract: the aims of this research were to determine the main limiting nutrient to bacterial growth in imboassica lagoon, southeastern brazil, to estimate the percentage of dissolved organic carbon (doc) available for bacterial growth, and to determine the bacterial growth efficiency (bge) of natural assemblages. bacterial growth and doc consumption were determined in batch culture experiments, in which water samples were supplemented with nitrogen and phosphorus together or separately, or incubated without nutrient additions. when added together, n and p stimulated higher bacterial growth rates and production, as well as higher doc consumption. the bges and doc consumption rates were strongly dependent on the method used to determine bacterial production. the bge ranged from 11 to 72%. however, only a minor fraction of bulk doc was consumed by the planktonic bacteria (from 0.7 to 3.4%). the results suggest that low availability of phosphorus and nitrogen coupled with excess organic carbon was the main factor responsible for the relatively low bacterial utilization of doc in imboassica lagoon.
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