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O lugar da prática na globaliza??o da educa??o superior
Pereira, Marcos Villela;
Educa??o em Revista , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-46982011000300006
Abstract: the purpose of this paper is to offer a comprehensive ballast about the genesis of practice hegemony in the spectrum of higher education globalization, contributing to the understanding of some elements involved in the current state of this scenario in brazil and worldwide. retrieves the context of the knowledge society and analyzes the movements of constitution of the european space for higher education from unesco and the pact of bologna, getting to indicate effects on the national curriculum guidelines for undergraduate courses in brazil. quite broadly, the context of practice is explored in the entourage of transition from information society to knowledge society, linked to ideas of teaching for skills and lifelong learning. it is intended that this text is far from exhaustive, it operates as a grant of review of the current landscape of higher education. this study falls within the scope of research funded by cnpq productivity with exchange.
Prurido braquiorradial tratado com talidomida
Pereira, José Marcos;
Anais Brasileiros de Dermatologia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0365-05962005000300012
Abstract: brachioradial pruritus is a type of itching or a very intense burning sensation in the anterior distal third of arms and proximal third of forearms, corresponding to the brachioradial muscle region. the condition has been associated with solar radiation, and some authors related to orthopedic lesions in the cervical spine. the author presents two patients suffering from brachioradial pruritus who were treated with thalidomide and presented excellent results. this paper aims to suggest a new therapeutic option for this refractory disease.
Hemangioma rubi no couro cabeludo
Pereira, José Marcos;
Anais Brasileiros de Dermatologia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0365-05962004000100010
Abstract: cherry hemangioma (ch) is an extremely frequent dermatosis with vascular origin involving more than 75% of the population over 70 years of age. normally they are multiplex spots and focus predominantly on the upper trunk and arms. clinically they are characterized by pinpoint maculae and papules with up to 5 millimeters in diameter. the most recent lesions can be a strong red color while the older ones are bluish. the etiology of ch is still unknown. from the histologic standpoint, the neoformation of the capillary tube draws attention: they are very dilated and with fenestration along the wall. the basement membranes are thickened and there is abundant collagen stroma between the veins. this work demonstrates the high frequency of ch in the scalp. in a sample of 171 patients (85 men and 86 women) the author noted that 123 (72%) had ch in the scalp. however, according to the literature, ch in the scalp has never been described.
Eflúvio telógeno após dermatite de contato no couro cabeludo
Pereira, José Marcos;
Anais Brasileiros de Dermatologia , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0365-05962006000900007
Abstract: a case of a patient with alopecia areata treated with diphencyprone, which produced contact dermatitis in the scalp, with later total regrowth is presented. after 4 months, patient presented a very intense hair loss compatible with telogen effluvium. the author calls attention for the possibility of telogen effluvium after contact dermatitis, once the production of the contact dermatitis is one of the choice treatments for alopecia areata.
Tricoses compulsivas
Pereira, José Marcos;
Anais Brasileiros de Dermatologia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0365-05962004000500012
Abstract: due to its aesthetic importance, our hair is often a target of social manifestations, as in the case of bizarre hairstyling and hair dyes and sometimes even self-aggression. the most frequent acts of self-aggression are: trichotillomania, trichotemnomania, trichophagy, trichoteiromania, scratching-pseudoalopecia, trichocryptomania, trichorrexomania and neuropathic plica. in this article, the author discusses in detail the clinical characteristics and propedeutics of each disease, with emphasis on the psychiatric aspect of the patients.
O eclipse do olhar e a invisibilidade arqueológica
Magalh?es, Marcos Pereira;
Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências Humanas , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1981-81222006000300005
Abstract: archeology as a science is the product of the conscience change in mankind caused by the advent of modernity. however, contrary to other social sciences, its status as a scientific does not lie in the formation of the modernity, but is its consequence. on the other hand, if we understand modernity as the climax of enlightenment, pos-modernity can be understood as the rise of a reality light which is hidden by materiality. such reality has theory as the basis of science virtual knowledge. archaeology, like quantum physics and psychoanalysis, is one of the sciences that grasp the hidden light of this new reality. the light concealed by history. what's its consequence?
Arqueologia na Fortaleza de S?o José de Macapá
Magalh?es, Marcos Pereira;
Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências Humanas , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1981-81222006000300002
Abstract: this article supposes that the main goal for the construction of fortaleza de s?o josé de macapá, instead of to be a military one, it was a occupation and colonization enterprising, which was done by settling a population loyal to the portuguese kingdom, whose more specific military objective, defense against others conquerors and base to conquer new lands (the peruvian mines), always performed a minor function
O limiar da experiência estética: contribui??es para pensar um percurso de subjetiva??o
Pereira, Marcos Villela;
Pro-Posi??es , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-73072012000100012
Abstract: this article puts in question some views on art, artwork, aesthetic attitude and aesthetic experience in order to propose the exercise of aesthetic rationality extending subjective capacity to guide the perception and understanding regarding the infinite possibilities of existence. the aesthetic rationality empowers subjects to conceive not only worlds reduced at referencial schemes, but from and about experience of presentification of what exists, of being, of effectual history and of derealization of established limits on traditional rationality forms. i postulate the idea of aesthetic experience as an opportunity for expansion and disclosure of subjectivity in that it represents an opening to the collection of examples that consist in art and life. the aesthetic attitude is a selfless attitude, an openness, a willingness not so much for the thing or event "in itself ", in what it has consistency, but the effects it can produce.
Archeology at the Fortress of S o José in Macapá
Marcos Pereira Magalh?es
Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências Humanas , 2006,
Abstract: This article supposes that the main goal for the construction of Fortaleza de S o José de Macapá, instead of to be a military one, it was a occupation and colonization enterprising, which was done by settling a population loyal to the Portuguese Kingdom, whose more specific military objective, defense against others conquerors and base to conquer new lands (the Peruvian mines), always performed a minor function.
Enlightenment and invisibility in archaeology
Marcos Pereira Magalh?es
Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências Humanas , 2006,
Abstract: Archeology as a science is the product of the conscience change in mankind caused by the advent of modernity. However, contrary to other Social Sciences, its status as a scientific does not lie in the formation of the modernity, but is its consequence. On the other hand, if we understand modernity as the climax of Enlightenment, pos-modernity can be understood as the rise of a reality light which is hidden by materiality. Such reality has theory as the basis of science virtual knowledge. Archaeology, like quantum physics and psychoanalysis, is one of the sciences that grasp the hidden light of this new reality. The light concealed by History. What's its consequence?
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