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Um desafio ao respeito e à tolerancia: reflex?es sobre o campo religioso daimista na atualidade
Oliveira, Isabela;
Religi?o & Sociedade , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-85872011000200008
Abstract: the article analyzes the composition of the santo daime religious field today and how the main groups that are part of the religion - daime centers located in the alto santo region in rio branco and the churches affiliated to the iceflu (church of the eclectic cult of the universal flowing light - patron sebasti?o mota de melo) - legitimize their practice of the religion. it also demonstrates how the different political and ideological positions assumed by these groups in the santo daime religious field are historically constructed and reveal how these positions are also part of the broader social dynamics of religions today.
Conceito(s) de burnout: quest?es atuais da pesquisa e a contribui??o da clínica
Vieira, Isabela;
Revista Brasileira de Saúde Ocupacional , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0303-76572010000200009
Abstract: considering the growing scientific interest in burnout phenomenon, we present a sample of the theoretic diversity that constitutes the research field in this area presenting some of the debates currently being held on its concept. we discuss apparent limitations of the empirical approach on the comprehension of burnout conceptual nature, indicating a possible contribution from the clinical practice (within the field of psychiatry) to this debate.
Povos indígenas versus petrolíferas: controle constitucional na resistência
Figueroa, Isabela;
Sur. Revista Internacional de Direitos Humanos , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1806-64452006000100004
Abstract: the ecuadorian constitution, oriented by guidelines of international law, has established a multi-cultural state, and devotes one of its chapters to the collective rights of the indigenous and afro-ecuadorian peoples. since approval in 1998, new possibilities have arisen regarding claims of such rights before courts, as well as their development in domestic laws.in ecuador's amazonian regions, there are two cases in which indigenous peoples have made use of the new legal mechanisms to defend their collective rights against the oil industry. both cases demonstrate the aggressiveness with which oil companies -allied with the government and the world bank - impose their "public relations programs" in indigenous territories, applying the same divide-and-conquer dynamics historically used by the oil industry in the legal arena. (original in spanish.)
Screening for thyroid disorders in asymptomatic adults from Brazilian populations
Bense?or, Isabela;
Sao Paulo Medical Journal , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-31802002000500005
Abstract: advances in thyroid disorder diagnosis have created new thyroid disorder categories such as subclinical hyperthyroidism and subclinical hypothyroidism. in the 1980s, immunometric assaying for thyroid stimulating hormone (tsh) emerged and became defined as the most cost-effective test in thyroid disorder screening. the second step in the screening of thyroid disorders is to determine free thyroxine (ft4), and cost-effective methods for its detection are now available. using tsh and ft4, it is possible to determine four situations: clinical hyperthyroidism, clinical hypothyroidism, subclinical hyperthyroidism and subclinical hypothyroidism. subclinical hypothyroidism can be a strong indicator of risk for atherosclerosis and myocardial infarction in elderly women. cardiovascular mortality among brazilian women is one of the highest in the western world. the best-known risk factors for cardiovascular diseases are high blood pressure, smoking, diabetes, and hypercholesterolemia. although these are recognized as primary risk factors, there are other risk factors that could be identified as primordial risk factors. this may be the case for subclinical hypothyroidism. early detection of thyroid disorders in women over fifty could be a highly cost-effective option in the prevention of cardiovascular disorders among brazilian women.
Management Strategies Journal , 2012,
Abstract: The concept of human rights has evolved in its essence as physical force was gradually replaced by reason, as in society took shape legal principles that would become fundamental: the principle of freedom, equality, solidarity, etc.. Fundamental human rights are a set of rights, freedoms and duties recognized worldwide covering essential issues for human development, welfare and progress. Over time, the human rights institution has evolved and undergone important correctives from one historical arrangement to another and bet on the same order, from one stage to another.
Foreign Trade & Infrastructure: The Brazilian Small Business Reality  [PDF]
Isabela Lana, Renata Borges, Isabella Reis
iBusiness (IB) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ib.2014.62006

Internationalization is a process in which organizations increase their economic activities in international markets. Specifically small business should aim internalization to become more competitive since their competitors are not only local companies but also multinational organizations. However, a medium or small size business from Brazil faces considerable challenges to internationalize such as the lack of Brazilian infrastructure. Therefore, given the importance of internationalization to the Brazilian economy and the role of small business in the global market, this study analyzes the struggles of a Brazilian small mining company through the exportation process of its main product—a high quality silica. As result, this study shows how significant can be national and international transportation costs as well as the costs related to wharfage. In fact, surprisingly, this study revealed that the costs related to national transportation are greater than the international shipment. We conclude that the main obstacle to enhance exportation in Brazil is in fact the transportation infrastructure, representing the bottleneck of Brazilian infrastructure even for small business focused on the national market.

O livro "Direitos das mulheres e injusti?a dos homens" de Nísia Floresta: literatura, mulheres e o Brasil do século XIX
Campoi, Isabela Candeloro;
História (S?o Paulo) , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-90742011000200010
Abstract: the book direitos das mulheres e injusti?a dos homens (women's rights and men's injustice) was published by dionisia goncalves pinto (1810 -1885) in 1832. she was more popularly known as nisia floresta. this book was considered to be a loose translation of a vindication of the rights of woman by mary wollstonecraft (1759-1797), an english author who became a leading figure in women's rights during the 19th century. however, it actually was a translation of woman not inferior to man by mary wortley montagu (1689-1762). this paper contextualizes wollstonecraft's book from that period and focuses on the biographical aspects of the brazilian author and the influence of positivism on her work, especially concerning the role of women in society.
La soberanía del ?pueblo' durante la época de la Independencia , 1810-1815
Restrepo Mejía,Isabela;
Historia Crítica , 2005,
Abstract: the year 1808 marked a profound renewal in the entire spanish monarchy regarding the principles of sovereignty of the people and political representation. in the face of the vacatio regio, the provinces of nueva granada reassumed sovereignty and established provisional governments in 1810. as of 1811, these provinces became states that would later declare their independence from spain . the territorial ?multiplication' of sovereignty led to difficulty in constructing a general government, which in turn would threaten to dismember the ?kingdom? and finally led to its break-up in a war that would last until the arrival of pablo morillo and the ?reconquista?.
Evidência sobre o mix público-privado em países com cobertura duplicada: agravamento das iniquidades e da segmenta??o em sistemas nacionais de saúde
Santos,Isabela Soares;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232011000600013
Abstract: this paper seeks to identify the potential negative effects of private health insurance on the universality of national health systems. it systematizes the operational concepts of the public-private mix model and presents the results from international research into duplicated and supplementary coverage that shows that universality is negatively affected by inequities derived from duplicated coverage though not from supplementary coverage. it demystifies the supplementary nature of private health insurance as the villain in the brazilian healthcare system and recommends that public policies should be fully oriented to improving the public health system instead of private health insurance.
Aspectos retóricos da ária Quia respexit humilitatem, do Magnificat em Ré maior de J. S. Bach BWV 243
Santos, Isabela de Figueiredo;
Per Musi , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-75992008000200009
Abstract: rhetoric had an essential role in artistic production from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century by systematically dictating the formal structure and utilizing figurative elements in discourse to strengthen its eloquence. in the case of music, it occurs through structure and division of the music and the use of rhetorical-musical figures such as catabasis (descending melodic movement) or anaphora (general repetition) among others. this article aims to analyze some of the rhetorical elements contained in the aria quia respexit humilitatem, composed by j. s. bach.
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