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Distribui??o e probabilidade de ocorrência de precipita??o em Cáceres (MT)
Pizzato, Jaqueline Aguilla;Dallacort, Rivanildo;Tieppo, Rafael César;Modolo, Alcir José;Cremon, Cassiano;Moreira, Patrícia Simone Palhana;
Pesquisa Agropecuária Tropical , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1983-40632012000200006
Abstract: rainfall is an important meteorological element, and the knowledge on its historical records is relevant for monitoring the impacts caused by its prolonged excess or lack. this study aimed to evaluate the monthly and annual rainfall variability and the probability for its occurrence, by using the incomplete gamma distribution model, for the rainfall data from cáceres, mato grosso state, brazil. a series of 26 years data, provided by the national institute of meteorology, which supports a station in cáceres, was used. the annual rainfall amounts showed great variability, with minimum of 972.9 mm, in 1985, and maximum of 1,624.1 mm, in 1998. the monthly data pointed out two well defined seasons: the dry season (may to september) and the rainy one (october to april). the lowest monthly averages occurred in june, july, and august, with 16.59 mm, 17.90 mm, and 20.09 mm, respectively. the estimates for the α parameter ranged from 0.9, in june and august, to 13.4, in march. the β parameter ranged from 13.2, in march, to 33.1, in january. the highest rainfall probability takes place from december to march, while june, july, and august show the lowest rainfall probability.
Teoria ator-rede e estudos críticos em administra??o: possibilidades de um diálogo
Alcadipani, Rafael;Tureta, César;
Cadernos EBAPE.BR , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1679-39512009000300003
Abstract: the aim of this paper is to questioning whether the actor-network theory would be, in fact, unable to contribute to the critical analyses in organizational studies. we discussed, then, the main characteristics of critical management studies and its development in the brazilian context. we also present some of the initial concepts of the ant, which was subject to criticism by naturalizing organizations, transmitting the idea that the ordering process is static and can be understood in a mechanical way, and neglecting the political stance in its analyses. as a way to overcome such limitations, that would make difficult to position ant as a critical approach, we discuss the new developments of this approach, known as ant and after, which redefined some of its main concepts, enabling the use of it as a critical analytical "tool" to organizations. we conclude that many of the criticism intended for ant, regarded to its uncritical and non-reflective character, are no longer appropriate, because of the new developments emerged from the ant and after.
O objeto objeto na análise organizacional: a teoria ator-rede como método de análise da participa??o dos n?o-humanos no processo organizativo
Tureta, César;Alcadipani, Rafael;
Cadernos EBAPE.BR , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1679-39512009000100005
Abstract: departing from a post-humanist perspective (actor-network theory), this paper seeks to analyze objects and non-humans as constituent agents of organizing. given the increasing influence of post-humanist perspectives in social sciences, and more specifically in organizational analyses, we develop the idea about the application of ant symmetry notion as a key resource to analyze organizational practices. we try to articulate the symmetry notion with considerations about social practices in order to stress the role of objects and non-humans in organizing. besides that, we present and discuss some empirical studies developed in this direction as well as highlight some empirical investigation possibilities. we conclude that by taken into account the role played by non-humans and objects it is possible to open new insights in the analysis of social practices. we also highlight that the main challenge is to produce a method that can analyze such processes without relying on humans as central actors.
Entre o observador e o integrante da escola de samba: os n?o-humanos e as transforma??es durante uma pesquisa de campo
Tureta, César;Alcadipani, Rafael;
Revista de Administra??o Contemporanea , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-65552011000200004
Abstract: this paper aims to discuss the boundaries between participant and non-participant observation in organizational ethnographic research. we argue that it is difficult to control such a distinction during an ongoing research process. to demonstrate this, we show how the researcher's participation in activities while gathering data may be inevitable and s/he can change from a mere observer to an active participant while in the field. to argue this, we take as an example one of the authors' fieldwork experience in an ethnographic study at a samba school in the city of sao paulo. starting from a post-humanist perspective, which assumes that the social world is not limited to human interactions but coexists with the material elements, we also argue that the researcher, initially a non-participant observer, became a participant observer and an active member of the organization under study through the mediation of non-humans. we conclude that material elements have significant influence during fieldwork and can generate changes in: (a) research procedure, (b) data collection, and (c) how the researcher is perceived by research subjects. this conclusion indicates that management researchers should take the influence of these elements in the research into consideration.
Entre o Observador e o Integrante da Escola de Samba: os N o-Humanos e as Transforma es Durante uma Pesquisa de Campo
César Tureta,Rafael Alcadipani
Revista de Administra??o Contemporanea , 2011,
Abstract: This paper aims to discuss the boundaries between participant and non-participant observation in organizational ethnographic research. We argue that it is difficult to control such a distinction during an ongoing research process. To demonstrate this, we show how the researcher’s participation in activities while gathering data may be inevitable and s/he can change from a mere observer to an active participant while in the field. To argue this, we take as an example one of the authors’ fieldwork experience in an ethnographic study at a samba school in the city of Sao Paulo. Starting from a post-humanist perspective, which assumes that the social world is not limited to human interactions but coexists with the material elements, we also argue that the researcher, initially a non-participant observer, became a participant observer and an active member of the organization under study through the mediation of non-humans. We conclude that material elements have significant influence during fieldwork and can generate changes in: (a) research procedure, (b) data collection, and (c) how the researcher is perceived by research subjects. This conclusion indicates that management researchers should take the influence of these elements in the research into consideration.
Perspectivas críticas no Brasil: entre a "verdadeira crítica" e o dia a dia Critical perspectives in Brazil: between "true critic" and the day to day
Rafael Alcadipani,César Tureta
Cadernos EBAPE.BR , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/s1679-39512009000300008
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The comparison of the Butzler medium, filtration technique and their association with isolation of Campylobacter ssp
Modolo, José Rafael;
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0037-86822000000200011
Abstract: campylobacter was isolated in 178 out of 622 stool samples (200 porcine, 220 bovine, and 202 canine). from these 178 samples, the microorganism was identified in 64 samples (36%) isolated only in butzler selective medium (bsm), 34 samples (19%) using filtration technique (ft), and in 80 samples (45%) using both bsm and ft. comparison of the proportion of positivity using both techniques showed a significant value (c2 = 9,184; p > 0.001); bsm (36%) being more efficient than ft (19%). the use of both techniques yielded the highest isolation positivity (45%).
The comparison of the Butzler medium, filtration technique and their association with isolation of Campylobacter ssp
Modolo José Rafael
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 2000,
Abstract: Campylobacter was isolated in 178 out of 622 stool samples (200 porcine, 220 bovine, and 202 canine). From these 178 samples, the microorganism was identified in 64 samples (36%) isolated only in Butzler selective medium (BSM), 34 samples (19%) using filtration technique (FT), and in 80 samples (45%) using both BSM and FT. Comparison of the proportion of positivity using both techniques showed a significant value (c2 = 9,184; p > 0.001); BSM (36%) being more efficient than FT (19%). The use of both techniques yielded the highest isolation positivity (45%).
Principais preocupa??es dos pacientes sobre as complica??es mais frequentes na sala de recupera??o pós-anestésica
Moro, Eduardo Toshiyuki;Godoy, Renato César Senne;Goulart, Alexandre Palmeira;Muniz, Leopoldo;Modolo, Norma Sueli Pinheiro;
Revista Brasileira de Anestesiologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-70942009000600007
Abstract: background and objectives: "minor" events have a fundamental role in the determination of the quality of the anesthesiology service. the objective of the present study was to evaluate the main concerns of patients regarding the post-anesthetic period and to test the hypothesis that the most undesirable effects can be influenced by demographic characteristics. methods: four hundred and forty patients answered a questionnaire immediately before the pre-anesthetic evaluation. possible undesirable effects in the immediate postoperative period, based on data gathered in the literature considering the criterion of frequency but not severity were listed. demographic data and the nine more frequent occupations were evaluated. the information gathered from the analysis of the questionnaires was related with anthropometric, socioeconomic, and educational data of the patients to assess their influence on the answer profile. results: among the undesirable effects, the fear of being intubated upon waking up was mentioned more often as the most important factor, followed by "severe pain at the surgery site". analysis of the three most frequent undesirable effects according to the demographic data did not show significant statistical differences, except for "pain at the surgery site" (which was less common among male patients). conclusions: the main post-anesthetic concerns of patients included: waking up with a tube in the throat, severe pain at the surgery site, and remembering being conscious during the surgery. age, schooling, and family income did not determine differences in the concerns of patients.
Reforma urbana e higiene social en Santiago de Chile: La tecno-utopía liberal de Benjamín Vicu?a Mackenna (1872-1875)
Leyton Robinson,César; Huertas,Rafael;
Dynamis , 2012, DOI: 10.4321/S0211-95362012000100002
Abstract: this paper aims to present and analyze the hygiene education project of belisario penna (1868-1939). this physician took part in the public health movement that sought, through this paper analyzes the main features of the urban reforms by benjamin vicu?a mackenna in santiago de chile between 1872 and 1875. we pay special attention to the origin of the objectives of modernization, closely related to the political agenda of latin american elites to create an urban culture (civilization). we also analyze the strategies of social defence that these reforms implied. the influence of french positivism and the haussmann project in paris was very important in the vicu?a mackenna project and its model of a segregated city: the "european city" itself, -bourgeois, civilized and hygienic-, which should be protected, and the "african township", -lower-class feral and unhygienic-, whose population must be regenerated and colonized.
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