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El deporte y el fútbol en la formación social del brasile?o
Kowalski,Marizabel;
Universitas Humanística , 2011,
Abstract: this paper aims to map the codes of behaviors and manners in social relations and in the recent changes in sport organization in brazil. ideological, social, cultural, political and economic dimensions are given relevance here as a methodology in that they organize statements. in bibliographical sources interpreting sociologic discourses and in the outline of brazilian society development and evolution we observe several characteristics pertaining to self-restraint and emotion control through sport. in the economic sphere, we evidence an explanation of social changes resulting from brazil's late development process. however, drawing from the empirical theory, preliminary results show the recent sociocultural phenomenon of soccer as a factor to be considered in the formation of brazilian social behavior.
Sports and soccer in the social formation of Brazilian people
Marizabel Kowalski
Universitas Humanística , 2011,
Abstract: This paper aims to map the codes of behaviors and manners in social relations and in the recent changes in sport organization in Brazil. Ideological, social, cultural, political and economic dimensions are given relevance here as a methodology in that they organize statements. In bibliographical sources interpreting sociologic discourses and in the outline of Brazilian society development and evolution we observe several characteristics pertaining to self-restraint and emotion control through sport. In the economic sphere, we evidence an explanation of social changes resulting from Brazil’s late development process. However, drawing from the empirical theory, preliminary results show the recent sociocultural phenomenon of soccer as a factor to be considered in the formation of Brazilian social behavior.
Práticas aventureiras e situa??es de risco no voo livre: uma análise a partir do conceito de redoma sensorial
Paix?o, Jairo Ant?nio da;Costa, Vera Lucia de Menezes;Gabriel, Ronaldo Eugénio Cal?ada Dias;Kowalski, Marizabel;
Motriz: Revista de Educa??o Física , 2010, DOI: 10.5016/1980-6574.2010v16n3p672
Abstract: this study analyzes the risk situations in the practice of free flight through the concept of sensorial dome. the sample consisted of 19 (nineteen) practitioners of the paragliding, with the age middle was 31 (thirty one) years old and the arithmetic absolute media considered by researches was > < 0.05%. from the method of descriptive exploratory study was concluded that that the field of technology and use appropriate equipment, though not essential guarantee the success of these actors. in the major of time, the risky situations experienced in the adventure sport, join at a first moment a true outline of extraordinary sensorial elements. however, the daily experiences observed in a given kind can take to the banalization of those elements by the apprentice, becoming ordinary sensorial elements. such change can present implications in and for the practice of the adventure sport kinds in natural environment like, for instance, the apprentice's physical and emotional integrity.
Risco e aventura no esporte na percep??o do instrutor
Paix?o, Jairo Ant?nio da;Gabriel, Ronaldo Eugênio Cal?ada Dias;Tucher, Guilherme;Kowalski, Marizabel;Costa, Vera Lucia de Menezes;
Psicologia & Sociedade , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-71822011000200023
Abstract: this study analyzes the risk perceptions of adventure sports instructors. the sample consisted of 121 (one hundred and twenty-one) instructors of different types of adventure sport practiced in minas gerais, with a mean age of 31 (thirty-one) years. it was considered the standard deviation with significance >< 0,05%. the exploratory method was used in this study. data collection took place from a questionnaire, validated in accordance with the delphi technique, containing 15 items based on the theoretical literature. the results express that the risk perceived by the instructors is the most genuine risk-filled adventure of the sense of play. when considering procedures and recommendations that aim to predict, calculate and minimize the risk unexpected, it was found that the perception of risk by the instructors is due to an attitude which prevails in the domain of technique and quality equipment at the time these bodily practices close to nature.
The Applied Sociology of Tourism. The Up Skills of the Facilitator in the Italian Hospitality Industry  [PDF]
Nicolò Costa
Advances in Applied Sociology (AASoci) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/aasoci.2013.31001
Abstract: The sociology of tourism can be considered applied sociology. Therefore, it is necessary to ascertain the up skills of the sociologist in the process of tourism planning. The present paper refers to the idea of philosophic practitioner as a theoretical model and considers the sociologist as a facilitator of local tourism development. To this purpose, I discuss some topics and working tools that can be used when the sociologist is asked to help local stakeholders create significant involvement of the local community. In particular, I propose some self-assessment tools to be included in a tourism process centred on local participation. The paper focuses on fundamental questions concerning the techniques of bottom up regulation and the techniques to facilitate the passage from individualism to collaborative marketing in order to attract visitors suitable to the destination. The discussions are based inductively on tourism economic policies initiated inItalyto create collaboration between local institutions and enterprises aimed at integrating local resources (accommodation structures, transport, gastronomy, art and archaeology, etc.) and creating districts or systems of Made inItalyhospitality. The results indicate the sociologist of tourism as a facilitator of the collaborative partnership in support of the destination management. Many difficulties in creating tourism districts or systems are due to the absence of this type of professional figure.


Remembering Guido Martinotti as an Applied Sociologist to the Urban Mobilities and Local Community  [PDF]
Nicolò Costa
Advances in Applied Sociology (AASoci) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/aasoci.2015.51006
Abstract: Guido Martinotti (M) has been one of the most relevant representatives of the applied sociology in Italy. The paper explains the origins ad developments of his ideas and researches on the links between urban transformations, tourism/hospitality and human mobilities and the application to the reform of the Italian academic system with the introduction of new courses on tourism (1999-2001). M and John Urry (U) are the pioneers in the new intersectorial and interdisciplinary approach to the study of tourism included in the broader context of advanced-economy cities, of the cities of information flows, intense exchanges and accelerated mobilities. M stressed a new direction in planning the local community and “hospitable city” between urban marketing and bottom-up regulation. In 1999 he pushed for the bill dealing with the nascent specialist degree in “Planning and Management of Tourism Systems” to be discussed in the Italian parliament, which in 2001 passed Law 135 establishing “local tourist systems”. M constructed the degree “Tourist Sciences and Local Community” (University of Milano Bicocca) with an educational mix of territorial, social, economic, business, literary and technological disciplines.
Minimal Repair Redundancy for Coherent Systemin its Signatures Representation  [PDF]
Vanderlei da Costa Bueno
American Journal of Operations Research (AJOR) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ajor.2011.11002
Abstract: In this paper we discuss how to maintain the signature representation of a coherent system through a minimal repair redundancy. In a martingale framework we use compensator transforms to identify how the components minimal repairs affect the order statistics in the signature representation.
A Coherent System Component Importance under Its Signatures Representation  [PDF]
Vanderlei da Costa Bueno
American Journal of Operations Research (AJOR) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ajor.2011.13019
Abstract: In this paper we discuss how to measure the component importance for a system in its signature representation. The definition is given in terms of compensator transform and it can be considered as a new formalization of the ideas presented by Bergman [1] in the context of system signature.
Clinical Psychophysical Assessment of the ON- and OFF-Systems of the Magnocellular and Parvocellular Visual Pathways  [PDF]
Marcelo Fernandes Costa
Neuroscience & Medicine (NM) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/nm.2011.24043
Abstract: We developed a psychophysical paradigm for the clinical assessment of the contrast sensitivity (CS) mediated by the ON- and OFF-systems of the Magnocellular and Parvocellular pathways. We designed a stimulus considering two dimensions: two spatial frequencies (0.5 and 4.5 cpd) and two temporal rates of flicker (33 ms and 1500 ms). To evidence the ON- and OFF responses, the CS was measured for two polarities of light with luminance changes of 0.6 dB steps above and below the medium luminance grey background. We tested 38 healthy volunteers. The results shows that Magnocellular contrast sensitivity was higher than Parvocellular for the 33 ms flickering stimulus and the Parvocellular contrast sensitivity was higher than Magnocellular for 1500 ms stimuli. The reliability of the test was checked and confirmed. We concluded that the test performs a rapid measurement of the CS mediated by the ON and OFF systems of Magnocellular and Parvocellular pathways. It is useful in clinical protocols due to its high sensitivity and good reliability.
Digital Media in Archaeological Areas, Virtual Reality, Authenticity and Hyper-Tourist Gaze  [PDF]
Niccolò Costa, Marxiano Melotti
Sociology Mind (SM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/sm.2012.21007
Abstract: The increasingly widespread use of digital media and “virtual reality” in archaeological areas seems to confirm the passage from the traditional tourist gaze to a new hyper-tourist gaze. Archaeological areas, incessantly re-presented in virtual reality, are already part of an ageographical city, characterized by new kinds of flows. The “virtual reality” of archaeological areas helps to “mark” a new phase in the economic and cultural history of tourism. A comparative presentation of some important activities carried out in these areas and the forms of multimedia communication related to archaeological tourism illustrates this trend. Notwithstanding the sceptical or conservative attitude of many institutions, this use of digital media does not generate cultural perplexity in the general public, which instead seeks and rewards the most innovative initiatives that best combine entertainment and educational aspects.
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