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Maternalismo, políticas públicas e benemerência no Brasil (1930-1945)
Mott, Maria Lúcia;
Cadernos Pagu , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-83332001000100010
Abstract: the objectives of this study are: 1. to review the proposals of philanthropic entities, organized and managed by women in the first half of the 20th century; 2. to rethink the role they played elaborating programs and establishing public policies; 3. to call attention to the need of reviewing the brazilian feminist movement. the guide for these topics will be based on the analysis of the maternalist discourse. the research was based on documents from the archives of the cruzada pró infancia (crusade pro-childhood) an entity founded in the city of sao paulo in 1930. it will focus on the proposals for maternity protection elaborated by pérola byington, its managing director between 1930-1945.
Agricultura e mercado de trabalho: trabalhadores brasileiros livres nas fazendas de café e na constru??o de ferrovias em S?o Paulo, 1850-1890
Lamounier, Maria Lúcia;
Estudos Econ?micos (S?o Paulo) , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-41612007000200005
Abstract: this article examines the engagement of brazilian workers in several tasks in railway building and coffee plantations in s?o paulo during the second half of the nineteenth century. in general, most of historiography argues that nacionais lived a marginal existence, either due to the prejudice of contemporary brazilian society against free poor people, invariably presented as "indolent", "vagrant" and "lazy"; or to the free people′s resistance to the shift from cultural practices based on traditional values, to a more disciplined, methodical labour life. in contrast to these views, first, this article stresses the presence of brazilian workers in the activities of both railway building and coffee plantations. second, the article maintains that, in fact, it was the failure of agriculture to generate year-round employment that produced a pattern of instability and geographical mobility, that many (planters, officials and railway entrepreneurs) interpreted as an indication of worker indolence or cultural bias against regular employment, and asked for harsh social legislation against the poor workers.
O curso de partos: deve ou n?o haver parteiras?
Mott, Maria Lúcia;
Cadernos de Pesquisa , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-15741999000300006
Abstract: this articles analyzes the training courses for midwives in brazil in the 19th century. the documentation studied is extremely rich and raises important issues referring to midwives' training; the characteristics of the desired student, the frequency and number of classes; the role of doctors and midwives in attending births; and the still present professional dispute over gender and race relations.
Systemic functional translation studies (sfts): the theory travelling in brazilian environments
Vasconcellos, Maria Lúcia;
DELTA: Documenta??o de Estudos em Lingüística Teórica e Aplicada , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-44502009000300003
Abstract: this paper presents a mapping of the systemic functional translation studies (sfts) tradition in the brazilian environment, from its genesis up to developments in the 2000's. while studies during the earlier period are informed by the concept of "translation as (re)textualization", more recent sfts research can be charted along the 'cline of instantiation', translations being investigated as "instantiations-in-contexts", cross-lingual functional varieties of language, or still as sources of sfl-based language description of brazilian portuguese. from late 90's on, computerized corpora and corpus-based methodologies have been integrated into brazilian sfts, for which annotation methods for the tagging of sfl categories have been developed. the paper ends with a consideration of brazilian sfts against the background of international sfts as disseminated in the 2nd hcls.
Fiscaliza??o e forma??o das parteiras em S?o Paulo (1880-1920)
Mott, Maria Lúcia;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342001000100008
Abstract: this paper is part of a major research, entitled ?crossed roads: the training schools for midwives and nurses in s?o paulo (1880-1971)?. its objectives is to discuss the midwives' and nurse-midwives ' roles and their exclusion in the attendance to the childbirth. this study has focused on the first training schools for midwives and the control of the profession, showing that at the beginning of the xxth century, one can already notice a close relationship between midwives and nurses, not just in the schools, but also in the daily work. it starts some expectation that midwifes become nurses too.
O trabalho do assistente social em contextos hospitalares: desafios cotidianos
Martinelli, Maria Lúcia;
Servi?o Social & Sociedade , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-66282011000300007
Abstract: taking into consideration the challenges that the social worker acting in the field of -health faces everyday, at several aspects, this article treats of the ethical dimensions present in his work and which constitute the identity of the profession, expressing themselves at different levels from the ethic of cares up to the active ethic and the social protection. i finish it by pointing out the importance of the research to qualify the knowledge and the professional intervention itself.
O mercado de galerias e o comércio de arte moderna: S?o Paulo e Rio de Janeiro nos anos 1950-1960
Bueno, Maria Lúcia;
Sociedade e Estado , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-69922005000200006
Abstract: in brazil, the 1950's from the nationalism of vargas to the developmentism of jk, passing through the definitive implantation of a modernized urban society. tuned with the atmosphere, a generation is born, impregnated with a new habit of consumption. in this universe, the basis for the first structure of art market in the country was created in the cities of s?o paulo and rio de janeiro, having as conductores the private galleries of modern and contemporary art.
Contribution to the study of cysticercosis: immunologic tests for the detection of serum antibodies
Bragazza Lúcia Maria
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2001,
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Revisitando uma trajetória: o Programa de Pós-gradua o em Servi o Social da Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul / PUCRS
Martinelli, Maria Lúcia
Textos & Contextos (Porto Alegre) , 2002,
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Bowker, L. et al., eds. Unity in diversity? current trends in translation studies. Bowker, L. et al., eds. Unity in diversity? current trends in translation studies.
Maria Lúcia Vasconcellos
Ilha do Desterro , 2008,
Abstract: Unity in Diversity? Current Trends in Translation Studies—a result of the diverse range of phenomena addressed in the Dublin City University Translation Studies (TS) Conference (1996)—proves to be a timely publication of St. Jerome Publishing at the end of the 20th century. This collection of papers exploring the central and uptodate issue of disciplinary identity in the young academic field of TS is in tune with the present concern in the area, as can be seen in the topic suggested for the international Translation Conference I IATIS Conference:“Disciplinary Identity—Redefining Translation in the 21st Century” (cf. www.iatis.org/content/korea/programme.php), to be held in 2005. Unity in Diversity? Current Trends in Translation Studies—a result of the diverse range of phenomena addressed in the Dublin City University Translation Studies (TS) Conference (1996)—proves to be a timely publication of St. Jerome Publishing at the end of the 20th century. This collection of papers exploring the central and uptodate issue of disciplinary identity in the young academic field of TS is in tune with the present concern in the area, as can be seen in the topic suggested for the international Translation Conference I IATIS Conference:“Disciplinary Identity—Redefining Translation in the 21st Century” (cf. www.iatis.org/content/korea/programme.php), to be held in 2005.
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