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High-risk diabetic pregnancy and work: two hard-to-reconcile circumstances
Schirmer,Janine;
Revista Panamericana de Salud Pública , 1997, DOI: 10.1590/S1020-49891997001200006
Abstract: in 1991 the prevalence of diabetes was 7.6% in women in nine brazilian state capitals. this disease now ranks among the leading causes of death in the country and is becoming an increasingly alarming public health problem. in spite of advances in the treatment of diabetes and improved obstetric care, gestational diabetes puts a pregnant woman at high risk of miscarriage, ketoacidosis, hypoglycemia, hypertension, and other serious disorders. this study used life histories to investigate the relationship between health, sexuality, and work in five working women who were diabetic and pregnant and who received care at the prenatal care outpatient clinic of the san pablo hospital. these women all had non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, were between 26 and 43 years old, and earned from us$ 150 to us$ 375 per month for working 8-hour days, with one day off each week. two of the women?s male partners were unemployed; all of the women performed household chores during their day off. quotations taken directly from conversations with the five participants reveal the difficulty of caring for children while holding down a job; the sexual harassment that some of the women suffered; the conflict and dissatisfaction associated with work; the myth of the natural joy of motherhood; the sexual control exercised by males; the incompatibility of working conditions and work activities with pregnancy; and the perception that they did not have legal protection owing to employers? lack of respect for workers? rights and for the maternity protection provisions of the federal constitution of brazil. it is concluded that health policies should pay greater attention to improving the quality of life of working women, especially if they suffer from diabetes and are pregnant.
Trabajo y gestación de alto riesgo por diabetes: dos circunstancias difíciles de conciliar
Schirmer,Janine;
Revista Panamericana de Salud Pública , 1997, DOI: 10.1590/S1020-49891997000300011
Abstract: in 1991 the prevalence of diabetes was 7.6% in women in nine brazilian state capitals. this disease now ranks among the leading causes of death in the country and is becoming an increasingly alarming public health problem. in spite of advances in the treatment of diabetes and improved obstetric care, gestational diabetes puts a pregnant woman at high risk of spontaneous abortion, ketoacidosis, hypoglycemia, hypertension, and other serious disorders. this study used life histories to investigate the relationship between health, sexuality, and work in five working women who were diabetic and pregnant and who received care at the prenatal care outpatient clinic of the san pablo hospital. all these women had non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, were between 26 and 43 years old, and earned from us$ 150 to 375 per month for working 8-hour days, with one day off each week. two of the women's male partners were unemployed; all of the women performed household chores during their day off. quotations taken directly from conversations with the five participants reveal: the difficulty of caring for children and working; the sexual harassment that some of them suffered; the conflict and dissatisfaction associated with work; the myth of the natural joy of motherhood; the sexual control exercised by males; the interference of working conditions and work activities with pregnancy; and the perception that they did not have legal protection owing to employers' lack of respect for workers' rights and for the maternity protection provisions of the federal constitution of brazil. it is concluded that health policies should pay greater attention to improving the quality of life of working women, especially if they suffer from diabetes and are pregnant.
Not all seafood is equal
Janine Basson
South African Journal of Science , 2011, DOI: 10.4102/sajs.v107i5/6.718
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_Also d'Susi w r e ganz e liebi Frau für de Markus!_ Zur Verdoppelung des indefiniten Artikels in der adverbiell erweiterten Nominalphrase im Schweizerdeutschen
Steiner, Janine
Linguistik Online , 2005,
Abstract: Three possible constructions of adverbially complemented noun phrases are attested in Swiss German. In (1), the indefinite article is doubled, whereas in (2) and (3) the article appears only once; it precedes or follows the adverb, respectively:(1) Also d' Susi w r e ganz e liebi Frau für de Markus! So the Susi would_be Art really Art lovely wife for the Markus! 'Susi would be a really lovely wife for Markus!' (2) Also d' Susi w r ganz e liebi Frau für de Markus! So the Susi would_be really Art lovely wife for the Markus! 'Susi would be a really lovely wife for Markus!' (3) Also d' Susi w r e ganz liebi Frau für de Markus! So the Susi would_be Art really lovely wife for the Markus! 'Susi would be a really lovely wife for Markus!' Doubling of the indefinite article is quite often mentioned in dialectological literature. Unfortunately there is nothing to be found about regional differences, frequency or possible contexts for a doubling in most standard works of Swiss German dialectology. The present paper now fills in some of these gaps in research on the adverbially complemented noun phrase in Swiss German:In a quantitative analysis will be shown that the construction with the article between adverb and adjective (2) is the one given the highest acceptance and preference rates by the informants. Furthermore the paper also shows that the doubling-construction (1) is more prominent in some Swiss German speaking-areas than in others. An apparent time analysis reveals ongoing language change and, last but not least, it shows that sociolinguistic parameters have an impact on the adverbially complemented noun phrase as well.
A importancia da enfermeira nas a es governamentais de redu o de morbi mortalidade materna e neonatal La importancia de la enfermera en las acciones gubernamentales de reducción de la morbimortalidad materna y neonatal The role of nurses in government policies to reduce maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality
Janine Schirmer
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/s0103-21002007000300001
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O cuidado seguro na escolha da posi o momento do parto
Janine Schirmer
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2011,
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Policy Rules and Bidding Behaviour in the Ethiopian Foreign Exchange Auction Policy Rules and Bidding Behaviour in the Ethiopian Foreign Exchange Auction
Janine Aron
Revista de Análisis Económico (RAE) , 1998,
Abstract: Ethiopia adopted a repeated Dutch auction for foreign exchange in May, 1993, for dedicated imports by the private and the state sectors. Various African countries with rudimentary financial systems and thin foreign exchange markets have successfully employed auctions in transition from centralised, controlled systems to decentralised interbank markets. This paper characterises the rules, regime shifts and auction outcomes in Ethiopia. It is emphasised that institutional micro-design and operation of an auction can have important macroeconomic consequences during of an auction can have important macroeconomic consequences during liberalisation. Models for the Central Bank’s supply rules for pre-announced supply of dollars in fortnightly can later weekly auctions, confirm the objective was to stabilise the exchange rate (the marginal auction price) in a thin market around depreciating trends. Bidders were able to learn the supply rules, clustering their bids around predicted target rates. Using a method novel in auction empirical literature, bidders’ learning in repeated auctions is examined via the adjustment to equilibrium in error correction equations for the bid spread. Robust models for a similar learning process were found across both frequency regimes; but learning was faster where the exchange rate target was more transparent and uncertainty lower. Thus, a fairly stable depreciation was achieved over four years, despite considerable regime shifts from trade liberalisation, the progressive lifting of auction entry barriers, increased frequency of auctions, fiscal and other seasonality in demand, and temporary price shocks in coffee export earnings. Ethiopia adopted a repeated Dutch auction for foreign exchange in May, 1993, for dedicated imports by the private and the state sectors. Various African countries with rudimentary financial systems and thin foreign exchange markets have successfully employed auctions in transition from centralised, controlled systems to decentralised interbank markets. This paper characterises the rules, regime shifts and auction outcomes in Ethiopia. It is emphasised that institutional micro-design and operation of an auction can have important macroeconomic consequences during of an auction can have important macroeconomic consequences during liberalisation. Models for the Central Bank’s supply rules for pre-announced supply of dollars in fortnightly can later weekly auctions, confirm the objective was to stabilise the exchange rate (the marginal auction price) in a thin market around depreciating trends. Bidders were
The Value of the Parochial: Film and the Commonplace
Janine Marchessault
MediaTropes , 2011,
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Tanz der Geschlechter The dance of the sexes
Janine Schulze
querelles-net , 2004,
Abstract: Kaum eine andere Theaterform bietet so viele Anknüpfungspunkte für die Forschungsinteressen der Geschlechterforschung wie die K rperkunst Tanz. Gleichzeitig gilt noch immer jede deutschsprachige Publikation im Kreuzungsbereich von Tanzwissenschaft und Gender Studies als Ausnahmeerscheinung. Dorion Weickmann n hert sich nun diesem Themenkomplex als Sozial- und Wirtschaftshistorikerin. Den Schwerpunkt legt sie hierbei auf die zunehmende gesellschaftliche Disziplinierung des K rpers, die sich in den Tanzentwicklungen von 1580 bis 1870 deutlich widerspiegeln. No other form of theatre presents as many points of departure for gender research as dance. Nevertheless, German language publications combining performance and gender studies are a rarity. The social and economic historian Dorion Weickmann addresses precisely this area and her main focus is the increasing social disciplining of the body, which is clearly visible in developments of dance between 1580 and 1870.
Quand Aznavour va chanter Les disparus…
Janine Altounian
Amnis , 2006, DOI: 10.4000/amnis.907
Abstract: Quelle transmission portent en eux les Arméniens de la diaspora qui accompagnent le Président de la République Fran aise pour une visite d'Etat en Arménie ? L'exposé commencera par interroger l’acuité particulière de ce que ces héritiers des survivants du génocide arménien de 1915 ressentent lorsque, 91 ans après, les derniers témoins les quittent. Puis, les deux parties de l'exposé évoqueront d’abord, au niveau psychique individuel, la parole impossible que leurs descendants ont été chargés de porter, ensuite, au niveau politico-social, la nécessité dans laquelle ils se trouvent de déplacer et métisser leur héritage pour le faire parler et le transmettre. Qué forma de transmisión conservan los armenios que acompa an al Presidente de la República francesa en su viaje a Armenia? El estudio empieza por un análisis de lo que sienten hoy en día, al desaparecer los últimos testigos, los herederos de los supervivientes del genocidio de 1915. La segunda parte del artículo es una reflexión a nivel psíquico sobre la imposible palabra de la que son depositarios los descendientes de las víctimas. Por fin, en la última parte, se examina la necesidad desde el punto de vista políticosocial de desplazar y mestizar la herencia para transmitirla. Which transmission carry in them the Armenians of the diaspora who accompany the President of the French Republic for a State visit in Armenia? The paper starts by questioning the particular acuity of what these heirs to the survivors of the Armenian genocide of 1915 feel when, 91 years later, the last witnesses leave them. Then, the two parts of the article evoke first, at the individual psychic level, the impossible words that their descendants were in charge of carrying, and secondly, at the politico-social level, the necessity in which they are to move and hybridize their inheritance to make it speakable and to pass it on.
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