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Emotional Intelligence and Quality of Working Life at Federal Institutions of Higher Education in Brazil  [PDF]
Ana Alice Vilas Boas, Estelle M. Morin
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2019.72020
Abstract: People have prioritized even more the quality of life in the most diverse places of work. Quality of Working Life (QWL) can be analyzed from some indicators and factors that help to evaluate the workplace and the people who work on it. In addition, the personal characteristics also interfere in the QWL perception level. In this context, in this article, the objective is to analyze the emotional intelligence (EI) and Quality of Working Life factors in the professors’ work at federal institutions of higher education in Brazil. The data were collected by a questionnaire composed of scales to identify some variables of individual differences and QWL factors. The survey instrument was sent via Survey Monkey to university professors from 16 federal higher education institutions in the Southeast, Midwest, and Federal District. Once downloaded, the data were analyzed using SPSS software version 21. After the analysis, it is realized that EI can be analyzed from five components: well-being, self-control, emotionality, sociability and emotions recognition. It was observed that there are significant correlations between Emotional Intelligence and QWL factors. Furthermore, there are significant relations between the life events, EI and QWL factors.
Os sentidos do trabalho
Morin, Estelle M.;
Revista de Administra??o de Empresas , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-75902001000300002
Abstract: work represents an important value in contemporary western societies, and exerts a considerable influence on workers' motivation, as well as on their satisfaction and productivity. understanding the meanings of work represents an important challenge for managers, considering the many and multiple transformations that organizations and the "worlds of work" have been going on. the main objective of this article is to establish, to identify and to comment the main characteristics that work should have in order to be meaningful for those who accomplish it. in these moments of organizational transformations, there are many potential and important opportunities to reorganize the work organization. to improve the quality of life and the organizational effectiveness, it is important that the characteristics related to meaningful work may guide the decisions of those who are responsible for the processes of organizational transformations.
A imagem de executivos na mídia: um estudo com jornais de Québec
Rodrigues, Andréa Leite;Morin, Estelle;Strehlau, Suzane;
Cadernos EBAPE.BR , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1679-39512009000200005
Abstract: morin, giroux e pauchant (2001) researched professional recognition identification practices among health and social services' executives from quebec, ca. interviewees reported a lack of recognition by the population, partially influenced by midia content, which caused demotivation and contributed to their burn out and loss of meaning of work. upon this, a study was carried on to identify the image built by the 10 most important newspapers in this province between 1993-2003. the qualitative method applied was supported by corpus design and content analysis. results indicate that newspapers presented executives as victims, resources and claimers. finally, we proposed brief actions that can be taken in order to transform newspapers in positive meaning co-producers for executives.
O trabalho e seus sentidos
Morin, Estelle;Tonelli, Maria José;Pliopas, Ana Luisa Vieira;
Psicologia & Sociedade , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-71822007000400008
Abstract: many researches, since the 1950's, seek to comprehend the meaning of work using different methodological approaches. results obtained by the meaning of work group international research team ([mow]) in 1987, in different countries, showed that work could assume different conditions from neutrality to centrality in relation to the subject's personal and social identity. the objective of this research is to present some qualitative data on the meanings of work for young brazilian managers, using the approach developed by morin (2002). preliminary results of this research show that work is essential at the lives of this group, because work is related to survival. results also indicate that values such as variations on the nature of the tasks, autonomy, recognition and security are also fundamental for a meaningful work.
Extraction of domain-specific bilingual lexicon from comparable corpora: compositional translation and ranking
Estelle Delpech,Béatrice Daille,Emmanuel Morin,Claire Lemaire
Computer Science , 2012,
Abstract: This paper proposes a method for extracting translations of morphologically constructed terms from comparable corpora. The method is based on compositional translation and exploits translation equivalences at the morpheme-level, which allows for the generation of "fertile" translations (translation pairs in which the target term has more words than the source term). Ranking methods relying on corpus-based and translation-based features are used to select the best candidate translation. We obtain an average precision of 91% on the Top1 candidate translation. The method was tested on two language pairs (English-French and English-German) and with a small specialized comparable corpora (400k words per language).
Identification of Fertile Translations in Medical Comparable Corpora: a Morpho-Compositional Approach
Estelle Delpech,Béatrice Daille,Emmanuel Morin,Claire Lemaire
Computer Science , 2012,
Abstract: This paper defines a method for lexicon in the biomedical domain from comparable corpora. The method is based on compositional translation and exploits morpheme-level translation equivalences. It can generate translations for a large variety of morphologically constructed words and can also generate 'fertile' translations. We show that fertile translations increase the overall quality of the extracted lexicon for English to French translation.
Declared Knowledge of Beginning Writers.
Morin, M.F.
L1 Educational Studies in Language and Literature , 2005,
Abstract: Most studies of the orthographic development of young writers have largely centred their attention on analyses of written productions. However, an increasing number of researchers are now devoting attention to the information provided by spoken comments made by writers during a production activity. Re- ferred to as metagraphic comments, these utterances give researchers access to young writers’ conceptualizations of written language and the various processes mobilized during a writing task. This article presents the results of a Quebec study aimed at grasping the nature of metagraphic comments and establishing their relationship to writing performance. This research was conducted with 67 French-language subjects who were each given an individual word-writing task at two different moments (at mid-year and year end) in grade one. The analysis of the metagraphic comments, using a grid to categorize them, revealed that young writers have many and varied notions about written French, even at the beginning stages of their schooling. This analysis also led to the observation that comments related to what is thought about language – metalinguistic comments – are much more numerous than those revealing thoughts about cognitive processes at work during the writing activity. Lastly, correlation analyses, which enabled an examination of the relationship between the nature of metagraphic comments and writing performance, suggest that the use of spoken aloud comments during a writing activity does not have the same impact on weak and strong writers.
Linguistic factors and invented spelling in children: The case of French beginners in children.
Morin, M.-F.
L1 Educational Studies in Language and Literature , 2007,
Abstract: Most studies in the field of first writing experiences in kindergarten have focused on the behaviour of young English-language writers (Treiman & Bourassa, 2000). By considering increasingly acknowledged linguistic factors in spelling development (Seymour, Aro & Erskine, 2003), the present study seeks to contribute to existing studies of young French-language children in Europe by examining the case of young French-Canadian writers (North America). Drawing on 202 kindergarten children, this study seeks to provide a better understanding of the impact of linguistic characteristics on the production of graphemes in an invented spelling task involving the writing of six words. Firstly, it analyzes the “word” effect on the participants’ capacity to produce the appropriate graphemes to represent the phonological information of words (exhaustiveness of the graphemes). Secondly, there is an analysis of unconventional graphemes in order to identify the causes of the deviation from the expected norm. Generally speaking, the findings support the relevance of taking into account the particularities of written French in the spelling development of young French-language children as well as the constructivist view that deviations from the norm are often indicative of difficulties arising from the nature of the writing system to be learned.
Encyclopaedia Islamica
Suzanne M. Estelle-Holmer
Theological Librarianship , 2009,
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Web reviews: ETANA
Suzanne M. Estelle-Holmer
Theological Librarianship , 2008,
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