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La investigación cualitativa en Espa?a: de la vida política al maltrato del sentido
Peinado,Anselmo;
Revista Espa?ola de Salud Pública , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S1135-57272002000500002
Abstract: a current of sociological thought came into being in spain in the sixties consisting of what is known by the ill-defined term of qualitative methodology in our country. a blatant paradox, as the freedom with which this theoretical and methodological building would be erected was born precisely out of a lack of political freedom and freedom of thought of those dreadful years. countering the official body of knowledge and also removed from all "protest" orthodoxy, a vivid, problematical reflection of the society's true situation conceived as critical theory took shape. it is in no way owing, as regards its assumptions, its findings or its formulations, to either english-u.s.. sociology, which was predominant at the time, or to that which would later progressively makes it way to us. taking exception to data and the imaginary all-powerful importance thereof, this methodology propounded a radical turnabout of the perspective of this research to focus on language, understood as the social discourse, in the powerful sense of the word, and not as a mere set of statements, also moving away from the more or less subjectivist conceptions of the meaning. opposing the body of knowledge of this discipline, it construed research as a crossroads, undertaking an endless task, as it is impossible to complete from a logical point of view. it then propounded listening to the sense, which is never the same as the meaning, and includes the analysis of the wording used for a full understanding thereof.... this is a totally autochthonous current perfectly well-founded at its epistemological, methodological and technical levels, the continuing survival today of which is more than uncertain, as it dissolves into the body of university knowledge, into the ongoing flow of the quotes of authors, currents and disciplines. it is corrupted in its commercial use, where its discontinuance now seems assured in benefit of the marketing discourse, and it is running the risk of becoming completely usel
Juan José Tamayo, Fundamentalismos y Diálogo entre Religiones
Anselmo Borges
Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais , 2012,
Abstract: William Temple, arcebispo anglicano, definiu o teólogo de modo mordaz e quase cínico: é uma pessoa muito sensata e sisuda que passa uma vida inteira mergulhado em livros e tem a pretens o de dar respostas exactíssimas e precisas a perguntas que ninguém faz. Quem estudou teologia sabe, desgra adamente, que esta defini o de Temple n o é puro sarcasmo. é preciso lembrar constantemente aquele dito – mesmo que n o seja histórico, é verdadeiro – segundo o qual, enquanto Constantinopla estava a se...
Tomo II: La valutazione come riferimento per la pianificazione: Cagliari e il suo contesto - Nelle rotte antiche dei Fenici e dei Cartaginesi: da Byblos, a Cartagine, a Karalis. Le nuove vie del turismo del Mediterraneo
Anselmo Piras
Aestimum , 2003,
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La investigación cualitativa en Espa a: de la vida política al maltrato del sentido
Peinado Anselmo
Revista Espa?ola de Salud Pública , 2002,
Abstract: En los a os sesenta surge en Espa a una corriente de reflexión sociológica que constituye la (mal llamada) metodología cualitativa en nuestro país. Paradoja viva, pues la libertad con la que se erigió ese edificio teórico y metodológico nacía precisamente de la falta de libertad política y de pensamiento de aquellos a os terribles. Contra el saber oficial, y alejada también de toda ortodoxia de la "contestación", fue articulando una reflexión viva y problemática de la realidad social, concebida como teoría crítica. Nada debe en sus presupuestos, en sus hallazgos, en su formulación..., a la sociología anglosajona que predominaba en aquellos a os, o a la que nos ha ido llegando posteriormente. Contra el dato y su reificación imaginaria, esta metodología propuso de modo radical un giro de la perspectiva de la investigación hacia el lenguaje, entendido como discurso social, en el sentido fuerte del concepto, y no como mera colección de enunciados, alejándose también de las concepciones más o menos subjetivistas del sentido. Contra el saber disciplinar entendió la investigación como un cruce de caminos que aborda una tarea inacabable porque su cierre es imposible desde un punto de vista lógico. Propuso entonces la escucha del sentido, que nunca coincide con la significación, e incluyó el análisis de la enunciación para comprenderlo... Hablamos de una corriente completamente autóctona y perfectamente fundamentada en sus niveles epistemológico, metodológico, y técnico, cuya pervivencia hoy día es más que dudosa: se disuelve en el saber universitario, en el interior del magma de las citas de autores, corrientes y disciplinas. Se pervierte en su aplicación comercial, donde la discontinuidad parece ya asegurada, en beneficio del discurso del márketing; y corre el riesgo de perder toda vigencia en áreas sociales de estudio (como la Salud), donde entran perspectivas anglosajonas más pobres, sin encontrar -al parecer- la menor resistencia crítica.
Avances en el diagnostico y tratamiento del hirsutismo en la adolescente y adulta joven
Anselmo Palacios
Revista Venezolana de Endocrinología y Metabolismo , 2008,
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Students’ Subject Choice in Secondary Schools in Tanzania: A Matter of Students’ Ability and Interests or Forced Circumstances?  [PDF]
Joyce Lazaro Ndalichako, Aneth Anselmo Komba
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.28008
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This study aimed at providing answers to two key questions: 1) Which subjects are most preferred by students in secondary schools? 2) What are the reasons behind the students’ interest, or lack thereof, in particular subjects? The study employed qualitative methodology using a multiple case study holistic design. The students in the studied schools served as the unit of analysis. The study involved a sample of 18 secondary schools that were purposefully selected. Data were collected using focus group discussions, observation and documentary review. The analysis involved the use of the Miles and Huberman’s model of qualitative data analysis. The findings show that the majority of students in secondary schools preferred arts subjects notably because of the challenges they experience in learning science. The reasons for students preference of a particular subject included the inspiration from significant others, commitment and support provided by the subject teachers, the availability of teachers and their teaching approaches and relevance of the subject to their daily life experiences. On the basis of these findings, it is recommended that the government should create a conducive learning environment, especially for community secondary schools, that will allow students to select subjects on the basis of their ability and interests.

Ra?a e desigualdade entre as mulheres: um exemplo no sul do Brasil
Olinto, Maria Teresa Anselmo;Olinto, Beatriz Anselmo;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X2000000400033
Abstract: this study uses epidemiological data to investigate socioeconomic proportions of distinctions raised by "racism" in brazilian society. a population-based cross-sectional study was conducted with a sample of 2,779 women ages 14 through 49, living in a southern brazilian city. black and mixed-race women had less schooling, lower family income, and worse housing conditions than white women. they also used contraceptive methods less frequently, had more children, and had higher spontaneous abortion and stillbirth rates than white women. virtually all of the results show a linear relationship between such categories, i.e., the "darker" the woman's skin color, the worse her socioeconomic and reproductive conditions. we also observed that black women were either separated, divorced, or widowed, another apparent factor for black women's impoverishment, related mainly to their limited employment opportunities. the results of the current study indicate that racial relations among women are an issue that should foster a discussion concerning citizenship in brazil.
Ra a e desigualdade entre as mulheres: um exemplo no sul do Brasil
Olinto Maria Teresa Anselmo,Olinto Beatriz Anselmo
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2000,
Abstract: Através de dados epidemiológicos este estudo pretende evidenciar as propor es sócio-econ micas das distin es criadas pelo "racismo contemporizador" da sociedade brasileira. Foi realizado um estudo transversal de base populacional com uma amostra representativa de 2.779 mulheres, de 15 a 49 anos vivendo em uma cidade no sul do Brasil. As mulheres negras e pardas apresentaram menor escolaridade, renda familiar, piores condi es de moradia do que as mulheres brancas. Ao mesmo tempo, usavam menos métodos contraceptivos, tinham mais filhos e apresentavam maior perda fetal do que as mulheres brancas. Chama a aten o que praticamente todos esses resultados apresentaram tendência linear entre as categorias, isto é, à medida que havia um "escurecimento" da pele, piores ficavam as condi es sócio-econ micas das mulheres. Também foi observado que as mulheres negras eram mais separadas, divorciadas ou viúvas, evidenciando mais um aspecto de pauperiza o das mulheres negras, principalmente pelo limitado acesso dessas ao mercado de trabalho. Os resultados deste estudo demostram que as rela es raciais entre as mulheres s o uma problemática que deve permear a discuss o sobre cidadania no Brasil.
Post-injury multiple organ failure and late outcome. Is it just an association?
Massimo Antonelli, Anselmo Caricato
Critical Care , 2007, DOI: 10.1186/cc6132
Abstract: Detailed information about the prognosis of trauma patients is crucial to improve survival in the intensive care unit (ICU). Indeed, most of the studies have been focused on ICU or inhospital mortality, and long-term outcome remains largely unknown. In addition, follow-up is often difficult to achieve, and several missing data may occur. If the first objective of intensive care is survival, the ultimate goal is the quality of patients' survival. Several authors worked on this topic in the intensive care setting, and in the current issue of the journal, Ulvik et al. [1] looked at some of these problems, adding an important contribution to the outcome definition in trauma patients. However, measuring the quality of life means translating a personal perception into numbers, with results not always being satisfactory. Recently, a consensus conference on quality of life recommended Glasgow Outcome Scale (GOS) and SF-36 as generic tools in trauma patients, together with condition-specific instruments to better reflect the long-term problems of these patients [2].In the study by Ulvik et al., [1] two to seven years after the trauma, they investigated GOS and an index related to physical functional status, Karnofsky's index, that takes account of the presence of symptoms, the working ability, the physical activity, and self-care. Their data show that two years after the injury only half of the patients had made a full recovery. In particular, about 90% of the survivors had a GOS between four and five, and a Karnofsky's index above 60, which corresponds to being able to live independently without assistance. Survival is low, but long-term outcome of survivors is not bad. The point is that the mortality rate increases over time stabilizing only 24–36 months after the injurious event. The patients dying after hospital discharge had multiple organ failure (MOF) during their stay in the ICU. In other words, MOF affects mortality not only in the first phase after trauma, but even
Educa??o profissional e intera??o verbal: a fun??o do verbo modal "poder" no diálogo professor-aluno
Lima, Anselmo Pereira de;
Linguagem em (Dis)curso , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1518-76322009000100003
Abstract: "would it be more difficult to work with adult students than with young ones?". this was the question raised and discussed by the teachers of a training center for railroad workers, which was getting ready to receive students over 18 in its classrooms for the first time. the consensus among these teachers was that the interaction with adults would be more difficult and complex. this article presents part of the results of a research whose aim was to verify to what extent the teachers were right. four classes of the same teacher, two with young students and two with adults, were recorded and transcribed. based on the bakhtinian concepts of word and of self-other relationship, and on some notions of modality, the function of the verb "poder" was analyzed in different interactions. the conclusions allowed us to question the teachers' consensus, causing the continuation of the discussion among them.
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