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Representa??o social da depress?o em uma Institui??o de Ensino da Rede Pública
Ribeiro, Karla Carolina Silveira;Coutinho, Maria da Penha de Lima;Nascimento, Emily da Silva;
Psicologia: Ciência e Profiss?o , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-98932010000300002
Abstract: this research aimed to apprehend the social representations of depression held by teenagers in a high school in jo?o pessoa, pb. the study included 276 adolescents, male and female, aged between 14 and 17 years. the instruments used in the research were the children's depression inventory (cdi) and the projective technique drawing-story with theme. the results indicated that depression is associated with four aspects: psychological and affective, with the subcategories depression as a synonym of sadness and loving disappointment; psychosocial, with the subcategory difficulty of social relationship; morbid ideas, with the subcategory idea of death and/or suicidal ideation. these associations are the result of the adolescents experiences, as the information and representations linked to his group of belonging, pointing the need for preventive and educational practices in the institutions of education.
Representa??es sociais da depress?o no ensino médio: um estudo sobre duas capitais
Dami?o, Natália Ferreira;Coutinho, Maria da Penha de Lima;Carolino, Zulmira Carla Gon?alves;Ribeiro, Karla Carolina Silveira;
Psicologia & Sociedade , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-71822011000100013
Abstract: research objectives were to identify psychosocial factors that influence in the etiology of depression, to apprehend and to compare the social representations of depression elaborated by teenagers in gymnasium, in public and private schools from two northeastern brazil capital cities, being them natal/rn and teresina/pi. 505 subjects took part in this research, being 269 from teresina and 236 from natal. it was used as instrument the children depression inventory and words free association test (wfat). the sample from teresina/pi presented a symptomatology index higher than natal/rn's. about genres differences, it was verified that the masculine genre subjects present depressive signs more related to obedience and conduct problems, as the girls would develop more subjective signs. analysis of the data taken from wfat found out that the social representations from the analyzed subjects, in general, show unfitness from depressive subject in the psycho-affective and psychosocial inter-relationships.
Representa??es sociais da depress?o no contexto escolar
Ribeiro, Karla Carolina Silveira;Oliveira, Josevania da Silva Cruz de;Coutinho, Maria da Penha de Lima;Araújo, Ludgleydson Fernandes de;
Paidéia (Ribeir?o Preto) , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-863X2007000300011
Abstract: this research aimed to apprehend social representations of depression, held by children, in a basic public school in jo?o pessoa, pb, brazil. a total of 553 children, both genders, aged between 7 and 12 years, participated in the study. the instruments used were: cdi - children's depression inventory, used in the sample screening process, and the projective technique drawing-story with theme, analyzed through the model proposed by coutinho. the data obtained evidence that depression is mainly based on psychosocial factors, reported by children as lack of friends, isolated person, and fear of being rejected. these associations result from children's experiences, as well as information and representations linked to the group they belong to. concluding, preventive and educational practices, in teaching institutions, with a view to contributing for a better quality of life of these individualsis are needed.
Aspectos de complexidade do trabalho de coletores de lixo domiciliar: a gest?o da variabilidade do trabalho na rua
Vasconcelos, Renata Campos;Lima, Francisco de Paula Antunes;Camarotto, Jo?o Alberto;Abreu, Ana Carolina Medeiros da Silveira;Coutinho Filho, Augusto Otávio Silveira;
Gest?o & Produ??o , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-530X2008000200015
Abstract: the term complexity is frequently used in ergonomics research. however, the complexity of manual labor is rarely addressed. this article aims to demonstrate that there is a level of complexity involved in work considered predominantly physical, such as that of domestic waste collection, and that this complexity requires constant management on the part of workers. aspects classifying a type of work as complex are also presented. using the method of ergonomic work analysis (ewa), we show how waste collectors manage the variability of their activities, demonstrating that the complexity of their work is comparable to that of other activities considered complex.
Films about the deaf: the representations of deaf and sign languages
Carolina Hessel Silveira
Práxis Educativa , 2009,
Abstract: This paper analyzes two films about deafness which have not been investigated in the Brazilian academic context. They are Mandy (directed by Alexander Mackendrick, 1952, England) and After the Silence (by Fred Gerber, 1996, USA). The analysis is supported by Cultural Studies and Deaf Studies, especially on the concepts of cultural pedagogies, deaf culture, deaf identities, sign language, as well as on the analysis of other films about deaf people conducted by Thoma (2004). Both films are classified as drama, and particular attention was given to how deaf characters are represented, highlighting scenes showing the difficulties deaf people face in a hearing society. It is worth noting that in the end of both films the deaf characters manage to speak and hear. The pedagogical impact of these films is questioned as they show that the deaf may be able to speak and hear after using Sign Language. Deaf representations, deaf education and sign language are present in both films, although there is a difference in approach between them.
O ensino de libras em escolas gaúchas para surdos: um estudo
Carolina Hessel Silveira
Revista Educa??o Especial , 2008, DOI: 10.5902/1984686x12
Abstract: O artigo, que apresenta resultados parciais de uma disserta o de mestrado, busca trazer contribui es para o currículo da disciplina de Língua de Sinais na educa o escolar de surdos. Parte-se do entendimento da importancia das línguas de sinais para o desenvolvimento dos surdos e da constata o de que grande parte dos surdos vem de lares de pais ouvintes, o que enfatiza a importancia do ensino de Libras – Língua Brasileira de Sinais – nas escolas para surdos. Também se deve considerar a importancia desse estudo na constru o de identidades surdas e no fortalecimento da cultura surda. As bases teóricas foram buscadas no campo de estudos denominado Estudos Surdos e em alguns estudiosos das teorias do currículo. O objetivo principal do estudo foi realizar uma análise de currículos de Libras que vigoram em escolas para surdos, e a metodologia envolveu a análise e compara o de 5 programas escritos coletados em 5 escolas do Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil. A análise dos currículos da disciplina mostrou certa diversidade – em alguns, há repeti o de conteúdos de uma série para outra, sem qualquer articula o. Em outros já se nota uma preocupa o direta com quest es de identidade surda e cultura surda, mas alguns deles abrangem conteúdos que n o dizem respeito nem a Libras, nem a cultura surda, mas ao disciplinamento dos surdos, em geral. Os dados trazidos nas análises, ao mostrarem aspectos negativos e positivos, podem auxiliar as discuss es sobre as dificuldades, avan os e problemas da forma o de professores de Libras para alunos surdos. Palavras-chave: Ensino de Libras. Currículo. Educa o de Surdos.
O ensino de libras para surdos: uma vis o de professores surdos / Teaching libras for deaf people : a deaf teachers’ vision
Carolina Hessel Silveira
Reflex?o & A??o , 2008,
Abstract: O objetivo do presente estudo, parte de Disserta o de Mestrado em Educa o, foi analisar representa es que professores surdos de Língua de Sinais têm em rela o aos objetivos, àimportancia e às dificuldades do próprio ensino de LIBRAS. O suporte teórico veio dos Estudos Culturais e dos Estudos Surdos. Foram entrevistados 10 professores surdos de escolas do Rio Grande do Sul, sendo suas entrevistas realizadas em LIBRAS e gravadas em vídeo. As perguntas das entrevistas foram: qual a fun o do ensino de Língua de Sinais; se os professores viam rela o entre este ensino e o empoderamento dos alunos; o que professores de outras disciplinas achavam dos professores dessa disciplina (LS); qual a rela o entre identidade surda e currículo de língua de sinais. A análise das entrevistas mostrou que os professores reconhecem a importancia deste ensino e sua relevancia para as identidades surdas, mas relataram dificuldades como: insuficiente participa o dos alunos na comunidade surda; isolamento dos professores surdos em algumas escolas, sem terem com quem trocar idéias; discrimina o em rela o aos professores de LIBRAS; inseguran a de alguns professores sobre o currículo trabalhado. A análise mostrou aspectos positivos, mas também mostrou que ainda há muito o que fazer no ensino escolarizado de LIBRAS. Abstract The aim of the present study, part of a master’s dissertation in Education, was to analyse what Sign Language teachers represent for the aims, importance and difficulties in teaching Libras. The theoretical support is from the Cultural Studies and Deaf Studies. Ten deaf teachers in the state of Rio Grande do Sul were interviewed in Libras and recorded in video. The questions were: which is the role for the Sign Language (LS) teaching; have the teachers seen any relation between this teaching and empowering students; how teachers from other disciplines have seen the teachers of this discipline (LS); and how the deaf identity is related to the sign language curriculum. Analysing the interviews has shown that teachers recognise the importance of this teaching and its relevancefor deaf identities, but had difficulties such as: students’ failing in participating in the deaf community; deaf teachers’ isolation in some schools and the need for friends to exchange ideas; discrimination against Libras teachers; and some teachers’ insecurity concerning the curriculum. The analysis has shown positive aspects, but also indicated that there is much to do concerning the Libras schooling.
Representa es de surdos/as em matérias de jornais e revistas
Carolina Hessel Silveira
Educa??o : Revista do Centro de Educa??o UFSM , 2008,
Abstract: As lutas dos surdos pelo direito de se representarem n o como deficientes, mas como sujeitos com uma cultura própria, tendo Libras como primeira língua, s o recentes no Brasil e têm como resultado, por exemplo, a lei federal 10.436/ 2002 que reconheceu o uso da Língua Brasileira de Sinais – LIBRAS. Sua história é marcada por lutas contra a discrimina o e entre diferentes modelos de educa o; nela, predominantemente, a surdez é vista em termos clínicos, focalizando-se a perda auditiva, o desenvolvimento da oralidade, a articula o das palavras, etc. Essa luta também se relaciona a formas de nomea o: assim, os surdos querem ser chamados de “surdos”, e n o surdos-mudos, que os mostra como sujeitos sem comunica o ou deficientes auditivos, um termo pejorativo, da área clínica. Também a língua de nome LIBRAS é confundida com “gestos”, “linguagem”, “mímica”. Neste trabalho, focaliza-se a mídia escrita, importante para as representa es que os sujeitos fazem sobre os surdos. Foram analisadas 29 matérias e anúncios de jornais e revistas brasileiras variadas, desde 2004 até 2006, com notícias ou informa es sobre surdos. Investigaramse as formas de nomear os surdos – deficiente auditivo, surdo-mudo, surdo -, o tipo de referências à Língua de Sinais – língua de sinais, linguagem, gestos, LIBRAS - e também os assuntos em que os surdos eram mencionados: educa o, lutas políticas, conquistas pessoais, aspectos clínicos da surdez, legendagem, religi o, esporte, tecnologia, etc. Os resultados das análises mostram que ainda há muita luta para que os surdos sejam reconhecidos em sua cultura específica, como sujeitos integrais e n o como “excepcionais”. Palavras-chave: Surdos. Cultura Surda. Mídia Escrita.
An Approach for Micropropagation of Blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum L.) Plants Mediated by Temporary Immersion Bioreactors (TIBs)  [PDF]
Ariel D. Arencibia, Carolina Vergara, Karla Quiroz, Basilio Carrasco, Carmen Bravo, Rolando Garcia-Gonzales
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2013.45126
Abstract:

A new procedure for blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum L.) micropropagation in programmed Temporary Immersion Bioreactors (TIBs based on two separate bottles) was developed for the commercial genotypes Biloxi, Sharp Blue and Brillita. Plant cultures were developed in a controlled environment with 0.4 MPa CO2 enrichment, sucrose-reduced medium, and light intensity of 60 mM m-2·s-1. Principal component analysis showed that component 1 (C1) grouped 64.08% of the total variability, while the first two components accounted for 86.97%. Representation of the principal components demonstrated three clusters corresponding with the blueberry genotypes, and within each cluster plants micropropagated in agar-base medium grouped separately from those plants multiplied in TIBs. Both plant number and total internodes traits (related to the productive efficiency) were demonstrated superior in blueberries propagated in TIBs. Additionally, when transferred to greenhouse conditions, blueberries propagated in TIBs showed higher adaptability and growing rates than those cultured by the conventional approach, altogether evidencing the occurrence of a photomixotrophic stage in the vitroplantlets cultured in TIBs.

Delirium in hospitalized patients: Cohort observational in infirmary of medical clinic  [PDF]
Rilva Lopes de Sousa-Mu?oz, Leila Coutinho Taguchi, Mara Rufino de Andrade, Katyara Mylena Silveira Ribeiro Lima
Open Journal of Preventive Medicine (OJPM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojpm.2012.22028
Abstract: Objectives: To determine prevalence, incidence and risk factors of delirium in hospitalized patients in the infirmary of medical clinic of the Lauro Wanderley University Hospital. Method: An observational cohort study evaluating 140 patients over 18 years between admission and discharge. The survey instrument was the Confusion Assessment Method. Results: The prevalence of delirium was 5.7% (8/140) and the incidence, 2.1%. In patients with delirium were observed alteration of sleep-wake cycle (6/75%), altered level of consciousness (6/75%), disorganized thinking (5/62, 5%) and psychomotor retardation (5/62 5%). There was a significant association of delirium and age, mechanical restraint in bed, prior history of cognitive impairment, auditory and visual sensory deficit, psychiatric hospitalization, poor health status and mortality. Conclusions: The prevalence of delirium at admission was lower than that found in other studies, but it was a predictor factor of hospital mortality.
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