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EVALUATION OF DOMICILIARY ORCHARD PROJECT IN JARDIM MODELO FROM CAMPO MOUR O, PARANá.
Fabiana Burdini Margonato1, Ademir Peres de Souza2, Eliane AparecidaMiranda Muller2, Natália Ariel Beltrami2, Regina Aparecida Santos Costa2,Terezinha da Concei??o Da Silvai2
SaBios : Revista de Saúde e Biologia , 2007,
Abstract: After the analysis of the main health problems with communitarian leaders from Jardim Modelo - Campo Mour o, a group ofNursing academics from Integrado College considered to implant a Domiciliary Orchard project as part of curricular activities ofCommunitarian Project disciplines. During this discipline, students carried out partnership with Agronomy academics. Diabeticand hypertensive families interested to participate in the project were registered. Afterward, oriented by a nutritionist, visits tofamilies were carried out to inform about alimentary habits and the manner of manipulating food. After the end of discipline theproject was changedded in an extension. This research aimed to evaluate, in short-term, the phase of families’ cadastre andorientation. Domiciliary visits were carried out, in which, questionnaires about the importance of hyposodic diet and correctmanipulation of foods were applied. Interviews with people whom did not accept to participate in the project were carried out, inorder to identify the main reasons about the not acceptance. Results demonstrate that orientations given by academics havebeen of great value for the improvement of life quality of inhabitants, therefore changes in alimentary habits were observed,which reveal the importance of the implantation of prevention actions.
Customer-Based Brand Equity de Destinos Turísticos: um estudo sobre Foz do Igua u-PR, Brasil
Maria Isabel Teles,Eliane Cristine Francisco,Paulo Muller Prado
Revista Turismo em Análise , 2012,
Abstract: ResumoEste trabalho tem por objetivo mensurar o valor de marca de destinos turísticos de acordo com a percep o do consumidor/turista. Para tanto, como contexto empírico do estudo foi realizado um survey na localidade turística de Foz do Igua u com 286 casos válidos. Quatro dimens es foram analisadas, sendo elas: o conhecimento de marca, a lealdade à marca, a qualidade percebida e os atrativos turísticos do destino em análise. Os resultados sugerem a existência de dois grupos distintos na amostra: (1) um grupo com percep o altamente positiva da localidade, chamado de “fascinados”, e (2) um grupo com percep o média ou indiferente quanto ao objeto de estudo, chamado de “indiferentes”. O valor percebido da marca do destino Foz do Igua u demonstrou ser diferente entre os grupos de turista, mas refor ou a necessidade de se explorar a imagem dos atrativos naturais da localidade, em prol da dissemina o do conhecimento do destino perante os diferentes públicos.Palavras-chave: gest o de marcas de destinos turísticos; valor de marca de destinos turísticos do ponto de vista do consumidor; marcas. The objective of this work is to measure costumer-based brand equity of tourism destinations. As an empirical context for this study, a survey was performed in Foz do Iguacu, with 286 valid cases. Four dimensions were analyzed: knowledge of the brand; loyalty to the brand, perceived quality and the touristic attractions of the destination under analysis. The results suggest the existence of two distinct groups in the sample: (1) a group displaying a very high perception of the location, thus called “fascinated”, and (2) a group with average or indifferent perception of the object under study, thus called “indifferent”. Foz do Iguacu′s brand equity as a tourism destination was different for each tourist group, but the analysis emphasized the need to explore the image of the natural attractions of the site in order to disseminate the knowledge o f the destination for both publics.Keywords: management of tourism destination brands; customer-based brand equity of tourism destination; brands. ResumenEste trabajo tiene por objetivo mensurar el valor de marca de destinos turísticos de acuerdo con la percepción del consumidor/turista. Para esto, como contexto empírico del estudio fue realizado un survey en la localidad turística de Foz do Igua u, con 286 casos válidos. Cuatro dimensiones fueron analizadas, siendo ellas: el conocimiento de marca, la lealtad a la marca, la cualidad percibida y los atractivos turísticos del destino en análisis. Los resultados su
A Qualidade do Relacionamento com Marca e as Implica es sobre a Lealdade
Eliane Cristine Francisco-Maffezzolli,Elder Semprebom,Paulo Henrique Muller Prado,Clara Márcia Ribeiro
Revista de Administra??o Contemporanea , 2013,
Abstract: The objective of this study was to contribute to the literature on brand relationship through the measurement of the construct known as Brand Relationship Quality (BRQ), and test the relationship this variable has with loyalty, regarded as one of the most relevant results to the relationship structure. A survey was conducted with 508 respondents. Two product categories were evaluated: sports shoes and jeans. The analysis was performed using structural equation modeling. The results demonstrate the validity of the measurement model, andemphasize the positive and significant relationship between BRQ and loyalty. The findings add to this relationship a reflection on product category and gender differences. The female group and evaluators of the sport shoes category showed, respectively, the greatest impact on loyalty and greater explanatory power of this relationship. These results imply that the success of a brand relationship strategy can be linked to the variables of gender and product category, which suggests greater management attention be paid to selecting promotional strategies.
Frequency and Energy Difference Detection of Dolphin Biosonar Signals Using a Decomposition Algorithm  [PDF]
Mark W. Muller
Open Journal of Acoustics (OJA) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/oja.2016.61001
Abstract: A set of dolphin echolocation signals previously collected from an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin in Kaneohe Bay, Hawai’i are decomposed using a matching pursuit algorithm to further investigate the role of four types of echolocation signals outlined elsewhere [1]. The method decomposes the echolocation signals into optimal linear expansions of waveforms, which are Gabor functions defined in a dictionary. The method allows for study of the changes in frequency content within a dolphin’s functional bandwidth during discrimination tasks. We investigate the role of the functional bandwidth in terms of the signal energy levels and echolocations task performance. Furthermore, ROC analysis is applied to the relative energies of the matched waveforms to determine probability of discrimination. The results suggest that dolphins may discriminate by inspection of the relevant frequency differences between targets. In addition, the results from the ROC analysis provides insight into the role of the different classes of dolphin signals and of the importance of modification of the outgoing echolocation clicks, which may be fundamental to a dolphin’s ability to identify and discriminate targets.
Opening up das Schloβ: Creating Room for Thinking by Combining the Territorial Cohesion Discourse and the Debate on the European Union Polity  [PDF]
B. M. Hissink Muller
Art and Design Review (ADR) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/adr.2016.43011
Abstract: To widen the debate about territorial cohesion, one can have a look at political science. We can namely critique the territorial cohesion discourse’s exclusion of reasoning about the political by showing the relevance of the simultaneous debate on the European Union polity. It thereby also comes forward that the concept’s power practices illustrate the bureaucratic, multi-level, polycentric, and network governance in flux that characterizes this polity. The territorial cohesion discourse might then exemplify how this opaque organization of governing leads to and is made possible by an associated form of expertise, which raises new questions on the role of social and spatial science in our society.
Effects of Guilt, Disbelief, and Assessed Lie-Truth Telling Abilities on Physiological Responses in the Guilty Action Test  [PDF]
Eitan Elaad, Eliane Sommerfeld
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2016.78108
Abstract: This experiment used a mock crime procedure in which 100 participants were randomly assigned to four experimental conditions in a 2 × 2 factorial design. Two guilt conditions (guilty and informed innocents) were crossed with two human interrogation feedback conditions (believed and not believed). The Guilty Action polygraph test was administered several days after the mock crime and the human interrogation. Along with the common dependent polygraph measures (electro dermal, respiration, and cardiovascular measures), self-assessments of the ability to tell lies and to tell the truths convincingly, were gathered. Results showed enhanced responses to the critical items for all three physiological measures. Respiration responses significantly differentiated between guilty and informed innocent participants. No significant guilt effect was obtained for electro dermal and cardiovascular responses. The feedback manipulation failed to affect all three physiological responses. Informed innocent participants who rated low their ability to tell the truth convincingly elicited larger electro dermal responses to critical items than high raters. Guilty participants who rated high their lie telling ability showed larger electro dermal responses to critical items than low raters. Further research on the association between self-assessment of lie and truth telling abilities and physiological responsivity in the Guilty Action Test is recommended.
Quality management: the key to achievement for the BreastScreen Australia Programme
J Muller
Breast Cancer Research , 2004, DOI: 10.1186/bcr828
Abstract: The Programme is underpinned by a quality management infrastructure with national and State/Territory roles and responsibilities. All BreastScreen Australia services must comply with National Accreditation Standards. To monitor quality at the service, State and National level, all services collect the National Minimum Dataset using the National Data Dictionary. Monitoring and Evaluation Plans are being implemented with annual reporting undertaken by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. A key evaluation project commissioned by the Programme is the mortality study.During the period 1996–2001 BreastScreen Australia screened over 4.5 million women, and has consistently maintained cancer detection rates and detection rates for small cancers at or above minimum standards set for services to achieve.Since the commencement of the BreastScreen Australia Programme there has been a 23.7% reduction in the death rate from breast cancer in women aged 50–69 years. The 5-year survival rate after diagnosis from breast cancer increased from 72.3% during 1982–1986 to 84% between 1992 and 1997.This presentation will outline of the quality management infrastructure and key achievements of BreastScreen Australia.
Reflexiones sobre O.V. y formación de orientadores en contextos de cambios globales
Muller,Marina;
Orientaci?3n y sociedad , 1999,
Abstract: vocational guidance (v.g.) is currently facing both theoretical and methodological reconsiderations. this demands rethinking ethical and scientific assumptions, counselors' role and training. v.g. provides a space to receive information about oneself as well as about labor world and for the elaboration of projects for the future. many guidance situations in teenagers and young adults are described in this paper, highlighting the main current emergent aspects. there was a remarkable protagonism of those seeking guidance and the reflective frame of the guidance. this frame prepares for the educational stage changes and also for occupational insertion working on aspects that widen autonomous choice and the development of social abilities and attitudes to carry out the vocational project and the development in work. troubled sociocultural and economic transformations demand an on-going training on the part of counselors. to that end, possible fields of concern and subjects to be worked in said training are suggested.
Nuwejaarsdag
Renee Muller
Tydskrif vir letterkunde , 2006,
Abstract: No Tydskrif vir Letterkunde 43(2) 2006: 213-214
Bis(2-methoxyphenyl)(phenyl)phosphine selenide
Alfred Muller
Acta Crystallographica Section E , 2011, DOI: 10.1107/s1600536810051317
Abstract: The title compound, C20H19O2PSe or SePPh(2-OMe-C6H3)2, crystallizes with two distinct orientations for the methoxy groups. The Se=P bond is 2.1170 (7) and the cone angle is 176.0°. Intramolecular C—H...Se interactions occur. In the crystal, molecules are linked by intermolecular C—H...Se interactions.
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