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Religi?o e uso de drogas por adolescentes
Dalgalarrondo, Paulo;Soldera, Meire Aparecida;Corrêa Filho, Heleno Rodrigues;Silva, Cleide Aparecida M;
Revista Brasileira de Psiquiatria , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-44462004000200004
Abstract: introduction: many international studies show that religion is an important dimension modulating the use of alcohol and drugs by adolescents. objectives: to determine which religious variables are associated to frequent or heavy use of alcohol, tobacco and drugs among adolescents in intermediate and high schools in campinas, brazil. methods: a cross-sectional study using a self-report anonymous questionnaire was administered to 2.287 students from a convenience sample of seven schools: five from central areas (two public and three private schools) and two public schools from the outskirts of the city, in 1998. the study analyzes data regarding the use of alcohol, tobacco, medicines, solvents, marijuana, cocaine and ecstasy. the religious variables included in the regression analysis were: religious affiliation, church attendance, self-assessed religiousness, and religious education in childhood. for the substances, nicotine, alcohol, marijuana, cocaine, ecstasy and "abuse of medicines" a logistic regression analysis for dicotomic answer was applied. results: the heavy use of at least one drug during the last month was more frequent among students that did not have a religious education during childhood. the use in the last month of cocaine, ecstasy and (abuse of) medicines was more frequent among those students that had no religion (cocaine and medicines) and that did not have a religious education during childhood (ecstasy and medicines). conclusions: this study is consistent with previous investigations demonstrating a strong influence of religious variables over the use of drugs among adolescents. interesting, it was found that no or weaker religious education during childhood was markedly associated with significant more use of drugs during adolescence.
Uso pesado de álcool por estudantes dos ensinos fundamental e médio de escolas centrais e periféricas de Campinas (SP): prevalência e fatores associados
Soldera, Meire;Dalgalarrondo, Paulo;Corrêa Filho, Heleno Rodrigues;Silva, Cleide Aparecida M;
Revista Brasileira de Psiquiatria , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-44462004000300007
Abstract: it is important to identify factors related to heavy alcohol use among adolescents, as this allows interventions aimed at reducing risk behavior and possible increasing harmful use of alcohol. objectives: to determine the prevalence of heavy alcohol use and investigate the influence of sociodemographic, cultural and psychopathological variables on alcohol use among elementary and high-school students of public and private schools in campinas, brazil. methods: this is a cross-sectional study using an intentional sampling technique. the questionnaire used was based on the cebrid (brazilian information center on psychotropic drugs) questionnaire and filled out anonymously by the subjects. the sample consisted of 2,287 elementary and high-school students from public and private schools in campinas, brazil, during the year of 1998. according world health organization criteria (who, 1981), alcohol use for 20 days or more in the 30 days prior to the study was considered heavy alcohol use. the "polytomic logistic regression - generalized logits model" was applied to identify the factors that influenced heavy alcohol use. results: heavy alcohol use was seen in 11.9% of the sample, being more frequent among students at the inner-city public school belonging to socioeconomic classes a and b, who held down jobs and attended school in the afternoons. these students felt that their families did not understand or support them and also showed lower academic performance at school. conclusions: the present study indicates that factors such as availability of funds, work , delayed schooling performance and unfavorable personal and family situations were related to heavy alcohol use among adolescents.
Uso de drogas psicotrópicas por estudantes: prevalência e fatores sociais associados
Soldera,Meire; Dalgalarrondo,Paulo; Corrêa Filho,Heleno Rodrigues; Silva,Cleide A M;
Revista de Saúde Pública , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-89102004000200018
Abstract: objective: to determine the prevalence of the heavy use of drugs among elementary and high school students in a sample of public and private schools, and to identify associated demographic, psychological, cultural and social factors. methods: this report describes a cross-sectional study using an intention-type sampling technique that compared public schools in central and peripheral areas and private schools. an anonymous self-administered questionnaire was applied. the sample consisted of 2,287 elementary and high school students in the city of campinas in 1998. heavy use of drugs was defined as the use of drugs on 20 or more days during the 30 days preceding the survey (who, 1981). for the statistical analysis, polytomic logistic regression analysis (logit model) was utilized to identify factors that influenced this manner of using drugs. results: heavy use of legal and illegal drugs was found as follows: alcohol (11.9%), tobacco (11.7%), marijuana (4.4%), solvents (1.8%), cocaine (1.4%), medications (1.1%) and ecstasy (0.7%). the heavy use of drugs was greatest among students at the city-center public school who had daytime jobs and studied in the evenings. these students were in the a and b socioeconomic classes and had had little religious education during childhood. conclusions: greater availability of cash and specific socialization patterns were identified as factors associated with the heavy use of drugs among students.
Uso de drogas psicotrópicas por estudantes: prevalência e fatores sociais associados
Soldera Meire,Dalgalarrondo Paulo,Corrêa Filho Heleno Rodrigues,Silva Cleide A M
Revista de Saúde Pública , 2004,
Abstract: OBJETIVO: Determinar a prevalência do uso pesado de drogas por estudantes de primeiro e segundo graus em uma amostra de escolas públicas e particulares, e identificar fatores demográficos, psicológicos e socioculturais associados. MéTODOS: Trata-se de um estudo transversal com uma técnica de amostragem do tipo intencional comparando-se escolas públicas de áreas periféricas e centrais e escolas particulares. Foi utilizado um questionário an nimo de autopreenchimento. A amostra foi constituída por 2.287 estudantes de primeiro e segundo graus da cidade de Campinas, SP, no ano de 1998. Considerou-se uso pesado, o uso de drogas em 20 dias ou mais nos 30 dias que antecederam a pesquisa. Para análise estatística, utilizou-se a análise de regress o logística polit mica - modelo logito, visando identificar fatores que influenciem este modo de usar drogas. RESULTADOS: O uso pesado de drogas lícitas e ilícitas foi de: álcool (11,9%), tabaco (11,7%), maconha (4,4%), solventes (1,8%), cocaína (1,4%), medicamentos (1,1%), ecstasy (0,7%). O uso pesado foi maior entre os estudantes da escola pública central, do período noturno, que trabalhavam, pertencentes aos níveis socioecon micos A e B, e cuja educa o religiosa na infancia foi pouco intensa. CONCLUS ES: Maior disponibilidade de dinheiro e padr es específicos de socializa o foram identificados como fatores associados ao uso pesado de drogas em estudantes.
O Fator Acidentário Previdenciário como instrumento epidemiológico de controle de riscos do trabalho
Corrêa Filho, Heleno Rodrigues;
Revista Brasileira de Epidemiologia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-790X2005000400012
Abstract: this report discusses the validity of a brazilian ministry decree that establishes standards for calculating a multiplying factor for accidents and social security. the index estimates the frequency, severity and costs to be accounted for in tax calculation. it multiplies tax rates due to work risks and may reduce by up to 50% the taxes due by companies that apply efficient collective methods for disease prevention. the method is analyzed for its consistency in selecting groups of morbidity used as a mean to build frequency, severity and cost burden vectors. the validity of the application of epidemiologic concepts to the economic activity that generates the specific morbidity is also assessed. the discussion addresses the antagonism between the concepts of traditional morbidity lists and the mobile epidemiologic criteria usually adopted to solve conflicts on the existence of a causal link amongst diseases, lesions, accidents and means of production. the floating groups of morbidity that reach significant 99% confidence intervals for epidemiologic risks above the null value _ 1.0 _ are supported. the conclusion is that the method is in accordance with epidemiologic requirements, as long as a systematic review panel assesses aspects of sensitivity and specificity. a warning is presented not to rely solely on methods as unilateral means of social action for evaluating, controlling and preventing the diseases associated with the means of production that are inherent to our social development. methods are instruments that ought to be considered in decision-making and in the desired political action.
Vigilancia das doen as cr nicas e ocupacionais: como passar das propostas às a es?
Heleno Rodrigues Corrêa Filho
Saúde e Sociedade , 1995, DOI: 10.1590/s0104-12901995000100021
Redes de saúde de trabalhadores e ambiente: uma constru o social que responde à Globaliza o Corporativa Neoliberal
Corrêa Filho Heleno Rodrigues
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2003,
The Choices Made by Adolescents in High School Physical Education Classes: Effects of Grade, Age, and Gender on the Type of Activity  [PDF]
Antonio Sabino da Silva Filho, Go Tani, Walter Roberto Correia, Umberto Cesar Corrêa
Advances in Physical Education (APE) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ape.2012.24028
Abstract: The comprehension of the adolescent student’s choices might help teachers to select content and to develop strategies, since they show what in fact motivates the adolescent and how. This study investigated the choices made by adolescents in different high school physical education classes in relation to grade, age, and gender. The participants included 271 high school students enrolled in 10th, 11th, and 12th grade mixed classes (boys and girls). The design involved three programs in which a type of activity was developed: walking, running, and futsal. Each program comprised five classes in relation to social, competition, game-like, and fitness themes, from which the students chose. The dependent variable was the theme chosen, and trend analyses and multiple comparisons were performed. The results revealed that girls chose more walking activities with a social theme, and boys’ choices were related to competition and game-like themes. The fitness theme was the least popular for both girls and boys. Activities for girls that include a social focus might have a greater appeal, while competition and game-like activities would likely have greater acceptance among male students. No tendency related to the grades and ages progressions was observed.
A CEPAL ainda é uma escola do pensamento?
Almeida Filho, Niemeyer;Corrêa, Vanessa Petrelli;
Revista de Economia Contemporanea , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-98482011000100004
Abstract: the article discusses if eclac still constitutes a school of thought, status conferred on it by several specialized books in the discussion of theories of development. the thesis advanced in the article is that this condition of the school of thought was a very specific situation of the agency in its early years, in the context of a debate on if development policies should be implemented so that developing countries could aspire to development. this paper attempts to differentiate between this condition of early years and the current, showing that now the agency has a role compatible with their nature as multilateral body belonging to the institutional framework of the united nations.
Role of Transparent Exopolymer Particles on Phytoplankton Dynamics in a Subtropical Estuary, Cananéia-Iguape (Sp, Brazil)  [PDF]
José Juan Barrera-Alba, Gleyci Aparecida Oliveira Moser, S?nia Maria Flores Gianesella, Marisa Prado Saldanha-Corrêa
Open Journal of Marine Science (OJMS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojms.2012.21004
Abstract: Transparent Exopolymer Particles (TEP) has a known crucial role in vertical fluxes of carbon in the ocean and has been intensively studied in the last decade. Nevertheless, few studies have considered horizontal fluxes of TEP. These fluxes arise prominently between estuaries and the coast, where its importance is associated to the predominant horizontal transport. This is due both to the low density of the TEP agglomerate generated in low density waters of continental origin, and to the fact that the main component of the advective transport at estuarine regions is the horizontal one. In this study, the significance of TEP in the particulate matter exchange between estuary and coast was analyzed in the estuarine lagoon system of Cananéia-Iguape (southeast coast of Brazil). TEP, total seston (TS), organic seston (OS) and chlorophyll a (Chl.a) were analyzed over complete tidal cycles, during the dry and rainy seasons both at spring and neap tides. Horizontal fluxes and net transport rates of these variables were also calculated. TEP concentrations (max. 4991 μg Xeq/L) were almost one order of magnitude higher during the rainy season. TEP horizontal transport rates as high as 1.8 g Xeq. m/s were observed at the northern inlet of the system. In terms of particulate carbon, it represents 32.7 g TEP-C m/s or 4% of the OS transport rates. Our study quantifies the advective transport of TEP and their importance in particulate matter exchange between a subtropical estuarine system and the adjacent coastal region. Our results contribute to the knowledge of exopolimer particles dynamics in subtropical estuarine systems, and their relationship to phyto-plankton biomass and particulate matter.
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