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Famílias, estratégias educativas e percursos escolares
Jo?o Sebastio
Revista da Faculdade de Letras : Sociologia , 2007,
Abstract: The extension of compulsory schooling during the last decades raises to the sociological research on social inequalities in education the need for a questioning on the transformations that have been reconfiguring the complex social processes produced by the development of contemporary educational systems. Based on an approach informed by non-deterministic explicative models, the text tries to understand such frame of complexity and opacity. To accomplish it, and taking as reference the results of a sociological research developed in three school contexts of Lisbon, the text focus on the actions and educational strategies of the families of the researched contexts and demonstrates that traditional oppositions in the relation with school have transformed in a frame of differentiation of school values, attitudes and trajectories
Physical Activity Program for the Elderly: Community and University Integration Programa de atividade física para idosos: integra o comunidade - universidade
émerson Sebastio,Sebastio Gobbi
Revista Ciência em Extens?o , 1969,
Abstract: The public universities are built according to the aim of developing teaching, research and extension activities. The activities of extension beyond assisting in the formation of the students, they also return to the community the production developed inside the university, in the sense of changing the reality in a positive way. The physical activity is a subject in prominence on the media, especially on its important benefits for the elderly, which happens to be the fastest growing age group. The Department of Physical Education, Institute of Biosciences, S £o Paulo State University (UNESP) at Rio Claro, has been developing an expressive number of extension projects that benefits both the external and internal community. The Program of Physical Activity for the Third Age (PROFIT) is part of these projects and it offers structured physical activity designed for 50-and-plus year-old people. Professors and both undergraduate and graduate students supervise such program. Thus, the aims of this study were to analyze: a) the history of the PROFIT; b) the operational way that the project has been run; c) the evolution of the program, in relation to the number of students who have been volunteered to help out and learn, since the period of its beginning in 1989 up to 2006. The data collection was carried out by searching on the data bank of the project (annual reports). The result of the search shows: a) a growth throughout the years both in the number of trainees (volunteer students) and older people who has been participating; b) such increases seems to demonstrate an efficient operational way to run the project. ‰ poss -vel concluir o PROFIT apresenta um importante papel tanto para a comunidade interna quanto externa colaborando com a UNESP no cumprimento de sua fun § £o transformadora da realidade. In conclusion, the PROFIT seems to play an important function both for the internal and external community, which helps the UNESP to fulfill its duty of transforming the reality in a positive way. ABSTRACT As universidades públicas s o edificadas com o propósito de desenvolver, de maneira indissociável, o ensino, a pesquisa e a extens o. As atividades de extens o além de auxiliarem na forma o do futuro profissional, também retribuem para a comunidade a produ o realizada dentro da universidade, no sentido de transformar positivamente a realidade. A atividade física é tema em destaque na mídia em especial traduzindo seus benefícios à popula o idosa que é a camada que mais cresce no mundo todo. O Departamento de Educa o Física - Instituto de Biociências " UNESP
Obtención del Enunciado de un Problema Investigando su Solución
Ferreira,Sebastio R;
Formación universitaria , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-50062009000100004
Abstract: in this work a learning-teaching methodology consisting of giving the student the task of finding the statement of a problem based on its solution. the solution of a problem involving heat exchangers was given to a group of students. they were asked to analyze the solution and write a statement for the problem. the students performed well and gave different reasonable statements, but some were more concerned with theoretical aspects and others with practical aspects. they failed to redo the calculations used to select the exchangers, which could have affected the choice of the type of exchanger. it is concluded that the methodology is can be used in teaching heat transfer, representing a tool to widen knowledge and better understand the concepts involved in the subject of the problem.
A quest?o da periodiza??o do desenvolvimento psicológico em Wallon e em Vigotski: alguns aspectos de duas teorias
Teixeira, Edival Sebastio;
Educa??o e Pesquisa , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-97022003000200003
Abstract: this article presents some aspects of two theories of psychological development created from the viewpoint of the dialectical materialism: those of henri wallon and of lev vygotsky. the work argues that the fact that both these authors developed their theories from the same philosophical roots inspires important approximations between them. among the aspects shared by these theories the text highlights: the refusal to frame the psychological development within rigid schemes following a linear logic; the idea that human psyche has been and continues to be historically produced by men themselves inside relations they establish with each other and with nature; the defense they promote of the constitutive, and therefore positive, nature of conflicts and oscillation between critical and stable periods that characterize psychological development; and, particularly, the fact that both authors emphasize that an adequate understanding of development requires the analysis of this process in its internal essence, that is, an analysis of the conditionings of the external symptoms of psychological development. regarding the wallonian theory, the article draws attention to the idea that development is characterized by the alternation between cognition and affection, reason and emotion; as to the vygotskyan conception, the text emphasizes that the investigation of psychological development must start from the analysis of a child's activities inside the concrete conditions of his/her life.
Community ecology in bees: relative importance of rare and common species in some Holarctic and Neotropical sites
Laroca, Sebastio;
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia , 1992, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-81751992000100014
Abstract: data on relative importance of rare and common bee species in some holarctic and neotropical limited sites are presented. the density distribution patterns in samples from all analyzed assemblages is characterized by a relatively large number of species represented by few individuals and few species with large number of individuals, as in most animal communities.
Staphylococcus aureus enterotoxigênico em doces cremosos vendidos em padarias e confeitarias do município de S?o Paulo, Brasil
Iaria,Sebastio Timo;
Revista de Saúde Pública , 1981, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-89101981000300008
Abstract: one hundred samples of creamy sweets were collected from 40 bakeries in the city of s. paulo (brazil), for the determination of staphylococcus aureus counts per gram of food. after morphological and biochemical identification, phagetyping was performed and production of enterotoxin verified. of the samples collected 38.0% were positive for staphylococcus aureus. these samples came from 21 (52.5%) of the 40 bakeries. of those positive, 7.0% were positive for enterotoxin, 5.0% for type c, 1.0% type b, and 1.0% type d. of the 76 strains of staphylococcus aureus isolated, 39 (51.5%) could not be classified according to known phagetypes. of the remainder, those lysed by group i phages alone or associated to other groups predominated (21.2% and 35.5% respectively). strains not classified under known phagetypes were isolated from 76.2% of positive establishments.
Pesquisa de antigenos aglutinantes "major" 1, 2 e 3 em cepas de Bordetella pertussis, isoladas de crian?as com coqueluche atendidas no Hospital de Isolamento Emílio Ribas de S?o Paulo, Brasil
Iaria,Sebastio Timo;
Revista de Saúde Pública , 1977, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-89101977000300013
Abstract: the presence of major antigens, 1, 2 and 3 were determined in 30 strains of b. pertussis isolated from children with whooping-cough hospitalized at the hospital emílio ribas, s?o paulo brazil. the method used was the slide-agglutination test. tests showed that 25(83.3%) of strains were positives for factors 1, 2 and 3. factores 1 and 3 alone were present in 3 (10%) of strains and 1 and 2 alone in 2 (6.7%).
Isolamento de bactérias do gênero Bordetella e provas sorológicas, a partir de crian?as com sintomas de coqueluche, atendidas no Hospital de Isolamento Emílio Ribas de S?o Paulo
Iaria,Sebastio Timo;
Revista de Saúde Pública , 1973, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-89101973000400011
Abstract: cultures from cough plates and swabs were performed in 255 children with whooping-cough symptoms, hospitalized at "hospital de isolamento emilio ribas" in s. paulo. complement fixation and agglutination tests for bordetella pertussis, agglutination tests for b. parapertussis and complement fixation test for adenovirus were performed in 46 children, using two blood samples taken one month apart; the isolation results for bacteria of genus bordetella were correlated to the, period of illness, some of the major symptoms and the clinical diagnosis. a discussion of the efficiency and limitations of both bacteriological and serological tests in the laboratory diagnosis is presented.
Corpo e saúde: inclus?o e exclus?o social
Chammé, Sebastio Jorge;
Saúde e Sociedade , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-12902002000200002
Abstract: the present article discusses the social inclusion and the exclusion concerning the body conception - here seen as a vehicle of health and disease in distinct moments of time and civilizing development levels. thus, the 20th century - with its progresses and retreats - is potentially considered as a decisive factor in the bio-psychosocial structure and body organization, which presents itself as fragmentary, depicting the post modernity scenario. efficiently included or not into the public policy mechanisms aiming at health promotion, such body is represented by its insertion and resonance within an unequal reality where the sick - deemed as lacking knowledge and power - is inscribed.
Modos e modas da doen?a e do corpo
Chammé, Sebastio Jorge;
Saúde e Sociedade , 1996, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-12901996000200005
Abstract: the present article aims at understanding the process of "social construction in health" bearing in mind that health has, along the history of mankind, been always considered a good. it has thus been of constant concern in that it becomes the generator of trends, modes of doing and existing, conflicts, dualities and social control. along that time health models were designed, interpreted and recreated when necessary, leading to a similar transformation process in the forms of feeling and acting of the users of the most varied health resources available. this is done within the relation between the "magic and the necessary" establishing between those who serve and who were served a relation also as magic as necessary which is intermediated by the body of those subjects, depositary of health and illness states. besides the transformation process of mentalities also taken into consideration are the processes of construction, deconstruction and evolution of the imaginary and the social representations experienced by the subjects and their bodies. the evolution of knowledge and technical and scientific advances are also focused as model and communicative sources in the sense of dictating rules to the body that humanity socially bears in this century.
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