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Atualidade da constru??o do objeto científico da sociologia econ?mica
Ferreira, José Maria Carvalho;
RAE eletr?nica , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1676-56482007000100009
Abstract: the scientific uprising of de economic sociology is, nowadays, a relevant theme within the sociological sciences. the articulation between the sociological and the economical domains becomes visible mainly in the production, distribution, exchange and consummation of immaterial goods and services. based on some authors? documental reading and on paradigms? analyses it was possible to compare and contrast the deep social and economical changes which cross, both the work?s organization and the third setor. as a whole, we can recognize changes on what concerns the work?s division, the formal hierarchical authority, the process of decision making and leadership in the organizations and institutions of the civil society. but we also can observe how the new technologies and the globalization, through the trans-national and multinational enterprises cause such a stroke in state-nation. considering this context, we are handling with an observation object that enormously increases the contemporaneous hypothesis of the object of the economical sociology.
Dilemas da organiza??o do trabalho face à globaliza??o e às tecnologias de informa??o e comunica??o
Ferreira, José Maria Carvalho;
RAM. Revista de Administra??o Mackenzie , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-69712008000700006
Abstract: belonging to the historical context of the instrumental rationality of the capitalism, the growing integration of science and technique has been translated into an exponential growth of the technologies of information and communication. as an essential common denominator, these ones combine energy, information and knowledge, which used to be polarized in the individual and collective action of the production factor work. on another side, the globalization, through its structuring effects, has become a more and more visible reality, on social and time-space areas at all levels: local, regional, national and world level. the social plasticity of this process can be very well observed when you consider the required capacities and qualifications of the production factor work. you also can observe it, if you analyse the structure of a new model of production, consummation, change and distribution of analytic-symbolic goods and services. from the time-space of the work's organization emerge new demands and challenges, on what concerns the professional profiles, the accomplishment of tasks and functions, the process of leadership and the process of decision making. as main sub-systems of any organisation, individuals and groups progressively become energy, knowledge and information processors, only concerned on analytic-symbolic goods and services.
Dilemas da organiza o do trabalho face à globaliza o e às tecnologias de informa o e comunica o.
José Maria Carvalho Ferreira
Revista de Administra??o Mackenzie , 2008,
Abstract: Inscritas no contexto histórico da racionalidade instrumental do capitalismo, acrescente integra o da ciência e da técnica tem-se traduzido num desenvolvimentoexponencial das tecnologias de informa o e de comunica o. Como denominadorcomum essencial, estas integram energia, informa o e conhecimentoque antes estavam integrados na ac o individual e colectiva do factor de produ otrabalho. Por outro lado, através dos seus efeitos estruturantes, a globaliza o,em termos sociais e espácio-temporais, tornou-se uma realidade cada vez maisplausível aos níveis local, regional, nacional e mundial. A plasticidade social desseprocesso é sobretudo visível ao nível das competências e qualifica es que s oexigidas ao factor de produ o trabalho, mas também na estrutura o de um novomodelo de produ o, consumo, troca e distribui o de bens e servi os analíticosimbólicos.Do espa o-tempo da organiza o do trabalho emergem novas exigênciase desafios em rela o aos perfis profissionais, à execu o de tarefas e fun es,ao processo de lideran a e ao processo de tomada de decis o. Como subsistemasprimaciais de qualquer organiza o, indivíduos e grupos transformam-se progressivamenteem processadores de energia, conhecimento e informa o de bense servi os analítico-simbólicos.
Schistosomiasis and Urothelial Bladder Carcinoma  [PDF]
Rodrigo de Carvalho Holanda Leite, Cecília Maria de Carvalho Xavier Holanda, Paulo José de Medeiros
Case Reports in Clinical Medicine (CRCM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/crcm.2014.39116
Abstract: Bladder cancer is the most common malignancy of the urinary tract and it affects four times more men than women. The relationship between bladder tumors and Schistosoma haematobium is well known, but only sporadic cases of bladder infection due to Schistosoma mansoni have been reported. Schistosoma mansoni infection causes an endemic disease in Brazil (schistosomiasis) and gastrointestinal disorders are very common, but disease of the urinary tract is atypical. The aim of this study was to describe a case of a patient presenting schistosomiasis (S. mansoni) and urothelial bladder carcinoma. In this case, a 37-year-old man with intermittent painless gross hematuria was investigated. Cystoscopy revealed a small pedunculated lesion in the bladder dome. Transurethral resection revealed urothelial carcinoma of the bladder, low degree, unrepresentative of the muscular layer of the bladder. After 30 days, a new transurethral resection was performed to sample acquisition of the muscular layer on the basis of the scar. Histopathology was negative for malignancy (Tumor Node Metastasis: TNM-T1). During this procedure, there was evidence of dark rounded lesion in the bladder dome. It was excised and the histopathology showed viable eggs of Schistosoma mansoni. The patient was treated orally with oxamniquine and remained in oncological monitoring with cystoscopy quarterly and serial clinical evaluation. This case reveals a rare finding of Schistosoma mansoni in the bladder and urothelial bladder carcinoma coexisting in the same patient.
Os liames de solidariedade entre o Estado e as organiza es de economia solidária na luta contra pobreza nas comunidades rurais em Cabo Verde
José Maria Coelho de Carvalho
Sociedade e Estado , 2013,
Economia solidária: uma perspectiva sobre a experiência em Cabo Verde
José Maria Coelho de Carvalho
Sociedade e Estado , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/s0102-69922008000300022
Alimentos e Nutri??o , 2009,
Abstract: A revis £o hist 3rica das Pol -ticas P oblicas de Alimenta § £o e Nutri § £o implementadas no Brasil e a an lise das avalia § μes cr -ticas feitas sobre elas demonstraram que as mesmas n £o v am cumprindo seus objetivos de solucionar o problema nuitricional brasileiro. A necessidade de garantir Seguran §a Alimentar popula § £o levou busca de novas formas de execu § £o de Pol -ticas Sociais. Concluiu-se que os Programas de Renda M -nima permanecem como instrumentos potenciais de enfrentamento da exclus £o social e da mis ria, por sua capacidade de redistribuir renda, de centralizar a § μes de combate pobreza e por garantir acesso aos m -nimos sociais, a - inclu -dos os m -nimos nutricionais necess rios seguran §a alimentar. PALAVRAS-CHAVE: Pol -ticas p oblicas; seguran §a alimentar; renda m -nima, combate fome
Bone Marrow Transplant Long-Term Survivors’ Satisfaction with Quality of Life: Comparison with a Control Group  [PDF]
Maribel Pelaez Doro, José Zanis Neto, Denise Carvalho, Julita Maria Pelaez, Vaneuza Funke, Ricardo Pasquini
Open Journal of Medical Psychology (OJMP) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojmp.2014.35035
Abstract: Purpose: To evaluate the global quality of life (QoL) of survivors with 10-year or more post-transplant, and to identify risk factors that interfere with well-being. Methods: This is a prospective analytic transversal study with 214 survivors of Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) and 264 healthy people identified among blood donors, treated as the control group, of both sexes, 18 years or older. The protocol includes a demographic-socioeconomic questionnaire, World Health Organization Quality of Life (WHOQOL) and the Karnofsky Performance Status Scale. Results: 53.7% of the survivor group members are satisfied with their QoL. A similar result can be found in the control group (54.2%). Chronological maturity, anxiety, sexual difficulty, and being a provider are factors that interfere negatively in the QoL of male survivors. In female survivors, the risk factors are anxiety, low educational level, not having a stable partner, being a provider, and not being Caucasian. Conclusions: Survivors are as satisfied with their QoL as the control group. QoL is understood as a perceptive process composed of objective (functional and relational capacity) and subjective phenomenon (perceptive composition).
The Influence of Keratometry on Visual and Refractive Outcomes after Myopic LASER in Situ Keratomileusis  [PDF]
Sara Fraz?o, Pedro Rodrigues, Samuel Alves, Ana Maria Carvalho, José Maia Sêco, Hugo Nogueira
Open Journal of Ophthalmology (OJOph) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojoph.2018.82012
To evaluate the effect of preoperative keratometry on visual and refractive outcomes after Myopic LASER in Situ Keratomileusis (LASIK) in eyes with preoperative spherical equivalent (SE) of -6.00D or less. Material and Methods: A retrospective study enrolling clinical records of 482 eyes of 275 patients with myopia who underwent LASIK between 2009 and 2016. Subjects were grouped according to the degree of preoperative mean keratometry (Km), into three groups: Group 1 (Flat Cornea): Km ≤ 42.00 diopters (D); Group 2: 42.00 < Km > 46.00D; Group 3 (Steep Cornea): Km ≥ 46.00D. To evaluate the prognostic impact of keratometry in Myopic LASIK, we considered the results measured at 6 months postoperatively, including uncorrected distance visual acuity (UDVA), postoperative sphere, cylinder, SE and its variation. Results: The mean preoperative SE was -3.91 ± 1.54D, ranging between -0.88 and -6.00D. The percentage of eyes achieving a postoperative SE of ±0.50D was 39.5%, 31.8% and 26% in groups 1, 2 and 3 respectively. Moreover, in group 3, 14.3% of the eyes had a residual SE of -2.00D or greater, contrasting with the groups 1 and 2 with only 6% - 7%. These results were found to be statistically significant. Concerning UDVA, eyes achieving 20/25 or more were 81.5%, 81.8% and 71.5%, and 20/50 or less were 6.7%, 6.2% and 11.7% in groups 1, 2 and 3 respectively. Conclusions: Myopic eyes with steeper corneas seem to have greater tendency to undercorrection, also presenting worse visual outcomes.
Empresas municipais de desporto: contributos para a sua caracteriza??o legal, funcional e relacional
Carvalho,Maria José; Moura,José Cancela; Oliveira,Nancy;
Revista Portuguesa de Ciências do Desporto , 2009,
Abstract: the present work approaches a thematic that is not commonly explored and researched in sport sector, although its extreme importance for the development and management of sport at the local level. since we are devoted to the problem of characterization and functioning of the organizational structures that surround sport, the scope of the present work is the set of municipal enterprises that consider sport in their code of economic activity. the main objective of our work is to characterize these entities, which are considered as local enterprises, regarding their legal and operational framework, particularly their size, location, turnover, labour force and main code of economic activity. these companies became more and more frequent in the portuguese municipalities during the last decade, as a new culture of management in various areas, namely in sports management, whose organizational and legal framework recently suffered significant changes due to the publication of the legal framework for the local enterprise sector, law 53-f/2006, of 29 of december. this law will be in the core of our analysis in the present work.
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