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Leading for Sustainability in the Brazilian Construction Industry  [PDF]
Alexandre Jose Vianna Barbosa de Araujo, Ubiratan Rohan, Robson Rosa Branco, Christine Kowal Chinelli, Carlos Alberto Pereira Soares
Open Journal of Civil Engineering (OJCE) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojce.2016.65059
This article analyzes the major stakeholders in the Brazilian construction industry from the viewpoint of the companies in this sector, as well as how these organizations relate to their stakeholders with regard to the topic of sustainability in the construction. The study was based on the principle that the relationship with stakeholders is one of the foundations for the inception and continuity of activities toward sustainability. The findings of which show that the construction companies start the sustainability implementation process without the involvement of external stakeholders. This survey points out the difficulty faced by Brazilian construction companies in relating to their stakeholders. There is the perception that the customers and other actors do not value sustainability-oriented activities, but, at the same time, the relationship of the companies with these stakeholders is limited to disclosure of information. This characteristic of the industry reveals a need for sustainability projects that take into consideration, since their formulation, the stakeholders’ perceptions. The importance of this article lies in the recognition that, although the topic of sustainability is discussed at all levels, studies that examine how specific construction industries have been dealing with it are still rare.
Barriers and Challenges to the Sustainability Requirements Implementation in Public Procurement of Engineering Works and Services  [PDF]
Clézio Thadeu de Souza Dutra, Ubiratan Rohan, Robson Rosa Branco, Christine Kowal Chinelli, Alexandre Jose Vianna Barbosa de Araujo, Carlos Alberto Pereira Soares
Open Journal of Civil Engineering (OJCE) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ojce.2017.71001
The environmental damage arising from the construction and engineering services was responsible for the appearance of several norms and resolutions regulating and directing the sector’s performance. In this article, we research how professionals with experience in public bids assess the difficulty degree of the implementation of those requirements and how they assess the environmental legislation regarding the protection and conservation of the environment, impact on costs, deadlines and the solution to environmental problems. The results show that industry professionals consider as “high” the level of difficulty to implement the addressed sustainability requirements, and that the Brazilian environmental legislation does not comply with its environmental protection role, increases the possibility of delays and costs of projects and services and hampers the emergence of solutions that could solve environmental problems.
O perfil das universidades corporativas no Brasil.
Alesandra Rosa Branco
Revista de Administra??o Mackenzie , 2006,
Abstract: Nos últimos anos, o termo “universidade corporativa” tem se tornado comum entre as organiza es como uma maneira de dar à área de treinamento e desenvolvimento uma dimens o estratégica. Este artigo identificou algumas características dessas universidades em empresas brasileiras. A partir de um levantamento das empresas com universidades corporativas no Brasil, foi analisado seu perfil e identificadas suas principais características. Isso se deu em duas etapas: na primeira, foi realizada a pesquisa bibliográfica; na segunda etapa do estudo, realizou-se uma pesquisa de campo em sete empresas que implantaram suas universidades corporativas. Com base nesses dados empíricos, foi apontado o perfil das universidades corporativas existentes no Brasil.
Influence of age gap and parents′ ethnicity on the sex of the first born child
Robson Marcelo Rossi,Valter Augusto della Rosa,Enrico Colosimo
Revista de Biologia e Ciências da Terra , 2003,
Abstract: The influence of parents' age gap and their ethnicity in the determination of the sex of the first born child is provided. A descriptive analysis was undertaken and χ2 test, association measures and logistic regression were applied to verify the relationship between variables. The chance that a male first child is born from a mother one to ten years older than the father is twice the chance of parents whose age gap ranges between 0 and 5 years, the father being the older. Further, the chance of a male first child born from an ethnically white male parent is approximately five times higher than that of an ethnically yellow one.
Processos de significa??o na rela??o professor-alunos: uma perspectiva sociocultural construtivista
Tacca, Maria Carmen Villela Rosa;Branco, Angela Uchoa;
Estudos de Psicologia (Natal) , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-294X2008000100005
Abstract: school failure consists of a persistent problem in our educational system. this paper aims at contributing to understand the issue by presenting and theoretically discussing empirical data concerning the dynamics of teacher-students interactions. we draw our analysis on a constructivist sociocultural theoretical framework, which stresses the interactions between sociocultural factors and human agency, claiming for the unison, intertwined nature of affect and cognition. interactive processes lie at the basis of knowledge construction, which takes place along convergent and divergent interaction frames, particularly during negotiations about goals and rules for educational activities. two second-grade classrooms were investigated, the results of microgenetic analysis being especially highlighted and discussed. we show how communicative and metacommunicative strategies, together with teacher beliefs, may promote or inhibit teaching-learning processes. we conclude by discussing how meaning construction processes are profoundly intermingled with the affective-cognitive dimension of human development, and how it may decisively contribute to learning possibilities.
Vigotski e o teatro: descobertas, rela??es e revela??es
Barros, Edlucia Robelia Oliveira de;Camargo, Robson Corrêa de;Rosa, Michel Mauch;
Psicologia em Estudo , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-73722011000200006
Abstract: this paper aims to reveal the partial results of ongoing research that investigates the deep relationship of the writings of psychologist lev s. vygotsky (1896 - 1934) with the theatrical art. it presents data on the biography of the author, as a matter of him having been in youth, lover, reader of dramatic works, director and actor. experiences that contributed to its formation and are expressed in productions such as the tragedy of hamlet, prince of denmark (1968), which has strong influences of the show hamlet (1911), directed by gordon craig and stanislavsky. moreover, the text displays brief comments about the works of vygotsky, among these, psychology of art (1965) that provides a notion of aesthetic reception based on contradictory catharsis. data that are expanding knowledge and interpretations about the life and work of the russian psychologist, as well as studies regarding his relationship with the theater.
The Matter-Antimatter Asymmetry Problem  [PDF]
Brian Albert Robson
Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology (JHEPGC) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jhepgc.2018.41015
Abstract: The matter-antimatter asymmetry problem, corresponding to the virtual nonexistence of antimatter in the universe, is one of the greatest mysteries of cosmology. According to the prevailing cosmological model, the universe was created in the so-called “Big Bang” from pure energy and it is generally considered that the Big Bang and its aftermath produced equal numbers of particles and antiparticles, although the universe today appears to consist almost entirely of matter rather than antimatter. This constitutes the matter-antimatter asymmetry problem: where have all the antiparticles gone? Within the framework of the Generation Model (GM) of particle physics, it is demonstrated that the asymmetry problem may be understood in terms of the composite leptons and quarks of the GM. It is concluded that there is essentially no matter-antimatter asymmetry in the present universe and that the observed hydrogen-antihydrogen asymmetry may be understood in terms of statistical fluctuations associated with the complex many-body processes involved in the formation of either a hydrogen atom or an antihydrogen atom.
Generation Model of Particle Physics with Excited Rishon States  [PDF]
Brian Albert Robson
Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology (JHEPGC) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/jhepgc.2019.51006
Abstract: It is proposed that the Generation Model (GM) of particle physics, which describes the elementary particles, the six leptons, the six quarks and the three weak bosons, of the Standard Model (SM) as composite particles in terms of three kinds of rishons and their antiparticles may be mimicking a simpler model, employing only two kinds of rishons and their antiparticles.
Movimento pendular e perspectivas de pesquisas em aglomerados urbanos
Moura, Rosa;Castello Branco, Maria Luisa Gomes;Firkowski, Olga Lúcia C. de Freitas;
S?o Paulo em Perspectiva , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-88392005000400008
Abstract: this paper aims to discuss the role of commuting at intrametropolitan level and its relation to urban agglomeration restructuring processes. a theoretical and empirical review is presented to build a preliminary framework, used in the analysis of the demographic census 2000 data, to identify the spatial patterns of major urban areas of brazil.
Tratamento da obesidade mórbida com gastrectomia vertical
Branco-Filho, Alcides José;Nassif, Luis Sérgio;Menacho, Aline Moraes;Aurichio, Ricardo Augusto Eineck;Siqueira, Daniel Emílio Dalledone;Fernandez, Robson Matsuda;
ABCD. Arquivos Brasileiros de Cirurgia Digestiva (S?o Paulo) , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-67202011000100011
Abstract: background: vertical gastrectomy is an option to morbid obesity treatment.removing a relevant part of the stomach's great curvature, a gastric tube is created with low volumetric capacity, giving to the operation the restrictive characteristic. aim: to evaluate the patients submitted to vertical gastrectomy regarding gender, age, body mass index, associated comorbidities, time of hospitalization and evolution on the early postoperative period. methods: this was a descriptive and retrospective study that analyzed the medical records of 114 morbidly obese patients submitted to vertical gastrectomy. results: a hundred and seven (93,8%) of the patients were male and the average age was 38 years old. the body mass index was 45,9 kg/m2. about the time of hospitalization, there was a minimum of 3 and maximum of 48 days. the main comorbidity was systemic arterial hypertension (63%). about the evolution after the surgery, 24 patients (21%) needed intensive care and four patients died (3,5%). conclusions: vertical gastrectomy constitutes a safe and effective method to the weight loss on morbid obeses, being a surgical technique with low morbimortality and good immediate surgical results.
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