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Venezuela’s Misión Barrio Adentro “Inside the Neighborhood”
Joan Elizabeth Paluzzi
Social Medicine , 2008,
Trabalho noturno e o novo papel paterno: uma interface difícil
Cia, Fabiana;Barham, Elizabeth Joan;
Estudos de Psicologia (Campinas) , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-166X2008000200006
Abstract: the demand for night shift workers is increasing at the same time as the role of the father within the family has expanded. the objective of this study was to compare workplace conditions, personal well-being and family involvement between fathers working on the day shift (n=36) and on night shift (n=22). workers completed a questionnaire that used various scales to evaluate these issues. compared to the day shift workers, the night shift workers indicated that they received greater support from work colleagues and supervisors, felt more satisfied with their benefits and salary and had a lower frequency of interruptions during the workday, but felt less satisfied about the shift they worked and about spending less time with their children. with regard to family involvement, both groups experienced moderate to high levels of stress and only a moderate level of satisfaction. despite the more favorable working conditions, fathers on the night shift were less satisfied with their work hours, seemingly due to the lack of time spent with family members.
Repertório de habilidades sociais, problemas de comportamento, autoconceito e desempenho acadêmico de crian?as no início da escolariza??o
Cia, Fabiana;Barham, Elizabeth Joan;
Estudos de Psicologia (Campinas) , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-166X2009000100005
Abstract: this study aims to examine the relationships between children's socio-emotional development (social skills, internalizing and externalizing behavioral problems and self-concept) and their academic achievement. study participants included 97 mothers and fathers, 99 children in grades one or two, and 20 teachers. the children's repertory of social skills and behavioral problems was evaluated by parents, teachers and children (social skills rating scale). the children's self-concept was assessed using self-evaluations (self-description questionnaire 1); the children's academic performance was evaluated by the teachers based on the social skills rating scale, and subsequently together with the children using the school performance test. significant positive correlations were found among the children's repertory of social skills, self-concept and academic achievement. in addition, these three variables were negatively correlated with the children's behavioral problems. these results point to there being a relationship between socio-emotional development and academic performance among children at the school-entry transition stage and the probable benefits of skills programs for children during this period, in either area, with gains also likely in the other area.
O envolvimento paterno e o desenvolvimento social de crian?as iniciando as atividades escolares
Cia, Fabiana;Barham, Elizabeth Joan;
Psicologia em Estudo , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-73722009000100009
Abstract: this study aimed to examine the relationships between indicators of parental involvement and their children’s social and included 97 father-mother pairs (parents of children in the first or second grade), and 20 teachers. to evaluate father involvement, fathers and mothers completed an evaluation of personal and family wellbeing and the parent-child relationship - fathering version, and to evaluate the children’s social development, the mothers, fathers and teachers completed the social skills rating system-ssrs. the results indicate that more frequent: communication between father and child, paternal participation in child caregiving and in the child’s school, cultural and leisure activities are each associated with indicators of lower hyperactivity, fewer behavior problems and a wider repertoire of appropriate social skills. these results point to the importance of the constructive involvement of fathers for their children’s social development and the likely benefits of programs to promote father involvement.
Influências das condi??es de trabalho do pai sobre o relacionamento pai-filho
Cia, Fabiana;Barham, Elizabeth Joan;
Psico-USF , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-82712006000200014
Abstract: the aim of this study was to identify the work conditions that influence father-child relationship. a total of 58 fathers, whose child was at fifth or sixth grade, participated in this study. the fathers completed the questionnaire "evaluation of work conditions and involvement of the father with his child - paternal version". the measures of work conditions presented significant correlations with father's satisfaction concerning his family performance. this scale, in turn, presented correlations with the measures of father-child involvement. therefore, the relation between work conditions and father-child involvement was mediated by the satisfaction of the father with his family performance. these results indicate the need to identify and alter the work rules and conditions, which restrict fathers' opportunities to participate in their family routines.
A rela o entre o turno de trabalho do pai e o autoconceito do filho
Cia, Fabiana,Barham, Elizabeth Joan
Psico , 2005,
Abstract: O objetivo deste estudo foi comparar a qualidade do relacionamento pais-filhos bem como o autoconceito de filhos cujos pais trabalhavam no turno diurno com aqueles cujos pais trabalhavam no turno noturno. Participaram deste estudo 58 pais e seus filhos, da 5a ou 6a séries. Os pais preencheram o questionário "Avalia o das condi es de trabalho e do desenvolvimento do pai com seu filho - vers o paterna", e os filhos foram avaliados usando o "Self-Description Questionnaire 1". Observou-se que os pais do turno noturno apresentaram menor qualidade de relacionamento com o menor autoconceito acadêmico apresentado pelos filhos destes trabalhadores noturnos. Estes resultados demonstram a importancia do pai na forma o do autoconceito dos filhos e apontam para a necessidade de realizar interven es educativas, dirigidas aos homens, para conhecerem as muitas a es que podem melhorar seu desempenho enquanto pais.
Estabelecendo rela o entre autoconceito e desempenho acadêmico de crian as escolares
Cia, Fabiana,Barham, Elizabeth Joan
Psico , 2008,
Abstract: Este estudo teve por objetivo verificar a rela o entre o autoconceito e o desempenho acadêmico de crian as escolares. Cinqüenta e oito crian as da 5a e 6a séries do Ensino Fundamental foram avaliadas em rela o ao autoconceito e ao desempenho acadêmico, usando o Self-description Questionnaire 1 - SDQ1 e o Teste de Desempenho Escolar - TDE, respectivamente. Os resultados demonstraram que: (a) o autoconceito n o acadêmico estava positivamente correlacionado com a pontua o em escrita do TDE; e (b) o autoconceito acadêmico e total estavam positivamente correlacionados com a pontua o em aritmética, escrita, leitura e total do TDE. Tais resultados s o tomados como sugestivos da importancia do autoconceito sobre o desempenho acadêmico e da necessidade de programas que visem maximizar o desenvolvimento socioemocional das crian as.
Studying surfaces via closed braids
Joan S. Birman,Elizabeth Finkelstein
Mathematics , 1998,
Abstract: This is a review article on the Bennequin-Birman-Menasco machinery for studying embedded incompressible surfaces in 3-space via their `braid foliations'. Two cases are investigated: case (1) The surface has non-empty boundary; the boundary is a knot or link which is represented as a closed braid, Case (2) The surface is closed, but it lies in the complement of a knot or link which is represented as a closed braid. The main results in the area are established with full proofs, in a systematic fashion, with an eye toward making them accessible to the beginning reader. There are some new contributions, described in detail in the introduction.
Após a licen?a maternidade: a percep??o de professoras sobre a divis?o das demandas familiares
Vanalli, Ana Carolina Gravena;Barham, Elizabeth Joan;
Psicologia & Sociedade , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-71822012000100015
Abstract: in this study, we investigated the experiences of school teachers returning from a maternity leave, examining the division of tasks with her partner as well as her satisfaction with her own and her partner's family involvement and with her wider social-support network. we interviewed 40 public-school teachers, mothers of children under two years of age, in the state of s?o paulo. the majority of the participants related spending double the time spent by their partners on domestic chores and childcare, assuming more high-frequency tasks, performed at fixed times. in general, the respondents were satisfied with their own family involvement, although 65% wanted to spend more time with their children. they evaluated their partner's family involvement as being good, but systematically lower than their own. many used other sources of support, which were evaluated positively. nonetheless, the respondents were overloaded, pointing to the need to reorganize the division of family work.
Health for All: Alma Ata is Alive and Well in Venezuela
Joan Elizabeth Paluzzi,Fernando Arribas García
Social Medicine , 2008,
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