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Em defesa da sociedade: a inven??o dos cuidados paliativos e a produ??o de subjetividades
Silva, Karen Schein da;Kruse, Maria Henriqueta Luce;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342012000200026
Abstract: this article is a theoretical reflection that is part of a study named em defesa da sociedade: a inven??o dos cuidados paliativos (in defense of society: the invention of palliative care). in order to articulate this discussion, we used the 2007edition of the palliative care manual published by the world health organization (who), as we understand it is part of a body of work capable of producing subjectivities and ruling conduct. in this sense, we intend to understand how the discourses on palliative care are associated and promote the invention of a new subject that would work as a bio-political strategy in order to defend society. based on the textual analysis of the discourse presented in the manual, with the help of the cultural studies framework and inspired by the works of michel foucault, we present one of the possible meanings derived from the readings of the who guide. thus, we observe the (re)organization and (re)invention of a subject that invests in the subjectivity of individuals and constitutes an actual framework that regulates and rules the population.
Diretrizes curriculares de enfermagem: governando corpos de enfermeiras
Niemeyer, Fernanda;Silva, Karen Schein da;Kruse, Maria Henriqueta Luce;
Texto & Contexto - Enfermagem , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-07072010000400021
Abstract: curricular directives aim to organize courses and careers towards establishing professional identities. in this sense, the national curricular directives for undergraduate nursing education define the foundations for the education of nurses in brazil, pointing out the knowledge considered important for the profession. we base ourselves on the presuppositions found in michel foucault's work to carry out a textual analysis of the discourses conveyed by the curricular directives for nursing, questioning them as a strategy to govern and subjectivize that acts upon the bodies of future nurses. the reflections herein point towards a document that can be seen as an instrument that intends to normalize students and constitute them to become nurses. thus, the profile of a "good" and a "bad" professional is defined, normalizing bodies and attitudes, not allowing them to think and create another way and instituting a "regime of truth" that produces a certain type of nurse.
Diretrizes Curriculares de Enfermagem: GOVERNANDO CORPOS DE ENFERMEIRAS
Fernanda Niemeyer,Karen Schein da Silva,Maria Henriqueta Luce Kruse
Texto & Contexto - Enfermagem , 2010,
Abstract: Directrices Curriculares objetivan la organización de cursos y carreras para la constitución de identidades profesionales. En este sentido, las Directrices Curriculares Nacionales para la Ense anza de Grado en Enfermería definen los fundamentos para la formación de enfermeras en el país, apuntando al tipo de conocimiento considerado importante en la profesión. Nos apoyamos en los presupuestos de la obra de Michel Foucault para realizar un análisis textual de los discursos difundidos por las Directrices Curriculares de Enfermería, problematizándolos como una estrategia de gobernar y de hacer subjetivo que actúa sobre los cuerpos de las futuras enfermeras. Las reflexiones apuntan a un documento que se puede ver como un instrumento que pretende normalizar a las alumnas y constituirlas para que se vuelvan enfermeras. Así se define el perfil de la "buena" y de la "mala" profesional, sistematizando los cuerpos y sus actitudes, sin permitirles que piensen y que hagan las cosas de otro modo e instituyendo un "régimen de verdades" que produce cierto tipo de enfermera.
Ordem como tarefa: a constru??o dos Diagnósticos de Enfermagem
Kruse, Maria Henriqueta Luce;Silva, Karen Schein da;Ribeiro, Rúbia Guimar?es;Fortes, Caroline Vieira;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672008000200020
Abstract: classifying means segregating. it means seeing the world as something that can be made up of different entities that could be sorted and make what has been organized into something real. thus, the nursing diagnoses (nd) aims at being an archive that allows a knowledge framework to be drawn about the individuals. in this paper we intend to learn how nurses have built this documental device. so, we analysed articles published on the revista brasileira de enfermagem and found out that some meanings have been attributed to nd, which allowed us to group them into five classes. we also observed that the journal's discourses assign powers to such classification, because they make this knowledge stronger by publicising it.
Discursos de enfermeiras sobre morte e morrer: vontade ou verdade?
Silva, Karen Schein da;Ribeiro, Rubia Guimar?es;Kruse, Maria Henriqueta Luce;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672009000300019
Abstract: we consider looking at the death and dying as a social, historical and cultural construction. thus, in we approach them to the cultural studies to know nurses′ speeches on the subject. the research is periodic articles of two national ones of nursing. in the analyses we use tools proposals for michel foucault that they make possible to constitute four categories: the silenced and occulted death; stopping one it fights against the death; the death in scene: multiplicity of faces and the palliative death and cares: paradigm change. the study detaches the way as the publications operate in the production of knowing on the death and dying to them and subjectiving the nurses.
Drama Review: At Secret’s End: American Hmong: A Memoir Play
Louisa Schein
Hmong Studies Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Review of American Hmong: A Memoir Play.
A Spiritual Homecoming: Ireland in Contemporary Movies about Irish Americans
Schein, Alexandra
COPAS : Current Objectives of Postgraduate American Studies , 2011,
Abstract: The article discusses Irish-Americans’ journeys to Ireland in contemporary movies. In the movies Ireland literally enables: the journey affords couples, enlightens characters, and brings families together. Although the narratives at times self-consciously address stereotypes and clichés, Ireland’s beautiful scenery and charming people serve as a retreat from the American city and its postmodern vexations. Conflicts within contemporary US-American society are thus resolved by appropriating Irishness and ethnicity. By recurring to stereotypes about Irishness, the movies present the homeland as an alternative and corrective to the daily strife of modern life in the US. The protagonists’ identity crises are solved through contact with the Irish community or research into family history; and women find their role by embracing Irish traditionalism and finding an Irish husband. The movies thus illustrate the interdependence of discourses on gender, national identity, and ethnicity.
Gran Torino's Hmong Lead Bee Vang on Film, Race, and Masculinity: Conversations with Louisa Schein
Louisa Schein,Bee Vang
Hmong Studies Journal , 2010,
Abstract: Bee Vang, of Minneapolis, played the Hmong lead Thao Vang Lor in Clint Eastwood's 2008 Gran Torino. He was sixteen when he shot the film and had no acting training. For 27 days on location in urban Detroit he played before a Hollywood crew opposite an icon of the filmindustry doing multiple takes of each scene and camera angle. The shoot was full of unexpected twists and turns some of which he recounts in these interchanges with Hmong media expert Louisa Schein of the Departments of Anthropology and Women's and Gender Studies at Rutgers University. Over several conversations, condensed here, Vang and Schein talk about Gran Torino, about acting and film critique, about immigrants and stereotypes, about masculinity and sexuality, and about Vang's vision for what needs to change to address problems of race and inequality in and beyond media worlds.
Subsemigroups of inverse semigroups
Boris M. Schein
Le Matematiche , 1996,
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Emerging Cities on the Arabian Peninsula: Urban Space in the Knowledge Economy Context
Alain Thierstein,Elisabeth Schein
Archnet-IJAR : International Journal of Architectural Research , 2008,
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