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Queratitis lamelar difusa: tratamiento profiláctico con ketorolaco trometamina 0,5% en un modelo animal
Sandoval,HP; Vargas,LG; Holzer,MP; Kasper,TJ; Vroman,DT; Apple,DJ; Solomon,KD;
Archivos de la Sociedad Espa?ola de Oftalmología , 2002, DOI: 10.4321/S0365-66912002001100002
Abstract: purpose: the objective of this study is to evaluate the use of a topical non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug in the treatment of induced diffuse lamellar keratitis (dlk) in an animal model. materials and methods: a corneal flap was created in 40 eyes of 20 dutch-belted rabbits using the asc microkeratome. the interface was inoculated with either pseudomonas aeruginosa lipopolysaccharide (lps) endotoxin or ultra palmolive? liquid dish washer. the rabbits were divided in two groups: group i (n=20) treated with ketorolac tromethamine ophthalmic solution 0.5% 4 times a day and the group ii (n=20) used as control. the rabbits were examined at the slit lamp at day 1, 3, 5 and 7 postoperatively. dlk was graded from i-iv. results: at the end of the study 31 eyes were available for evaluation. 28 eyes (90%) developed dlk: 86% of the treated group and 94% of the control group during the follow-up. the treated group showed a lower rate of dlk as well as a lower severity. however, no statistically significant difference was found when comparing both groups (p > 0.05). conclusion: pseudomonas aeruginosa lps endotoxin and palmolive? ultra can induce dlk in rabbit eyes. the postoperative prophylactic treatment with a topical non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug showed a tendency towards a lower dlk rate as well as the severity of the disease.
Alian?a estratégica ou estratégia hegem?nica? Conservadorismo entre os desfavorecidos
Apple, Michael W.;
Educa??o & Sociedade , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-73302003000300014
Abstract: this article examines a growing phenomenon - the growth of seemingly conservative sentiments among disenfranchised groups. i take as a prime example of such growth the strategic support of neo-liberal and neo-conservative policies by an african american activist group, the black alliance for educational options (baeo). at the core of my analysis is a concern about what is at stake for all of us if rightist forms of multiculturalism succeed in redefining what and whose knowledge is of most worth and what our social and educational policies are meant to do. i argue that no matter what one's position is on the wisdom of baeo's strategic actions, the entire case provides a crucial example of the politics of dis-articulation and re-articulation, on the ways in which social movements and alliances are formed and re-formed out of the material and ideological conditions of daily life, and of the politics of discursive re-appropriation. thus, an analysis of such movements is important both in terms the balance of forces involved in specific educational reforms, but also in terms of more general issues concerning the processes of social transformation and agency. a critical but sympathetic understanding of groups such as baeo may enable us to avoid the essentialism and reductionism that enters into critical sociological work on the role of struggles over state policies. furthermore, it can provide a more nuanced sense of social actors and of the possibilities and limits of strategic alliances in a time of conservative modernization.
Podem as pedagogias críticas sustar as políticas de direita?
Apple, Michael W.;
Cadernos de Pesquisa , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-15742002000200006
Abstract: much of the literature on "critical pedagogies" has been politically and theoretically important and has helped us make a number of gains. however, it too often has not been sufficiently connected to the ways in which the current movement toward what might best be called "conservative modernization" both has altered common-sense and has transformed the material and ideological conditions surrounding schooling. it, thereby, sometimes becomes a form of what best be called "romantic possibilitarian" rhetoric, in which the language of possibility substitutes for a consistent tactical analysis of what the balance of forces actually is and what is necessary to change neo-liberal and neo-conservative policies in literacy and in the entire sphere of education. i examine the ways in which the social and cultural terrain of educational policy and discourse has been altered "on the ground" so to speak. i argue that we need to make closer connections between our theoretical and critical discourses on the one hand and the real transformations that are currently shifting educational policies and practices in fundamentally rightist directions on the other. thus, part of my discussion is conceptual and political; but part of it will appropriately need to be empirical in order for me to pull together what is known about the real and material effects of the shift to the right in education.
Políticas de direita e branquidade: a presen?a ausente da ra?a nas reformas educacionais
Apple, Michael W.;
Revista Brasileira de Educa??o , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-24782001000100007
Abstract: in this article the author defends the need to incorporate discussion on race in educational analysis. he shows that racial dynamics are extremely complex and relatively autonomous and that they are connected to other social dynamics such as class, gender and colonial realities, operating in a subtle and powerful way in the educational field. the author also discusses the effects of educational policies pointing to the fact that current educational reforms are attempting to convince us that they are the only acceptable ones and that such policies are based on neoliberal ideological propositions. behind these attempts to convince us of what is "acceptable" in ideological and political terms, we encounter the hidden presence of race.
The relationship between deliberate self-harm behavior, body dissatisfaction, and suicide in adolescents: current concepts
Greydanus DE, Apple RW
Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare , 2011, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/JMDH.S11569
Abstract: elationship between deliberate self-harm behavior, body dissatisfaction, and suicide in adolescents: current concepts Review (4451) Total Article Views Authors: Greydanus DE, Apple RW Published Date May 2011 Volume 2011:4 Pages 183 - 189 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/JMDH.S11569 Donald E Greydanus1,2, Roger W Apple3 1Pediatrics and Human Development; College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA; 2Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies, Michigan State University, Kalamazoo, MI, USA; 3Psychological Evaluation and Consultation Services, Kalamazoo Regional Educational Service Agency, Portage, MI, USA Abstract: Deliberate self-harm (DSH) is a common though often hidden condition in children and adolescents that may result in suicide. This discussion covers several aspects of DSH including its prevalence, etiology, and management. The relationships of DSH to body dissatisfaction and suicide are specifically considered. Even though most cases of DSH do not end in overt suicide, DSH reflects that potential underlying psychological pathophysiology, and likelihood of eventual death from self-murder, cannot always be predicted or prevented. It is important to take all acts of DSH as serious, and to offer comprehensive management to prevent future acts of DSH and potential suicide.
Alian a estratégica ou estratégia hegem nica? Conservadorismo entre os desfavorecidos
Apple Michael W.
Educa??o & Sociedade , 2003,
Abstract: Este artigo analisa um fen meno em plena expans o - o crescimento de sentimentos aparentemente conservadores entre grupos desprivilegiados. Um excelente exemplo desse tipo de fatos é o apoio estratégico a políticas neoliberais e neoconservadoras por parte de um grupo ativista afro-americano chamado de Black Alliance for Educational Options (BAEO - Alian a Negra para Op es Educativas). No cerne do meu estudo está uma preocupa o com tudo o que está em jogo, para nós, caso formas direitistas de multiculturalismo consigam redefinir qual conhecimento e o conhecimento de quem tem mais valor e o que nossas políticas sociais e educacionais deveriam fazer. Afirmo que independentemente da posi o de cada um quanto à sensatez das a es estratégicas da BAEO, este caso como um todo fornece um exemplo crucial da política de desarticula o e rearticula o e da maneira como movimentos sociais e alian as se formam e re-formam a partir das condi es ideológicas e materiais da vida cotidiana, e das políticas de reapropria o discursiva. Assim, uma análise desses movimentos é importante tanto em termos do equilíbrio das for as envolvidas em reformas educacionais específicas, como também em termos de quest es mais gerais a respeito dos processos de a o e transforma o sociais. Entender grupos como a BAEO de modo crítico embora compreensivo pode nos ajudar a evitar o essencialismo e o reducionismo que invadem os trabalhos sociológicos críticos sobre o papel das lutas contra as políticas do estado. Isto pode fornecer uma vis o mais matizada dos atores sociais e das possibilidades e limites de alian as estratégicas num tempo de moderniza o conservadora.
Rightist Education and Godly Technology: Cultural Politics, Gender, and the Work of Home Schooling
Michael W. Apple
REMIE : Multidisciplinary Journal of Educational Research , 2011,
Abstract: The secularity of the state is seen by 'authoritarian populist' religious conservatives as imposing a world-view that is out of touch with the deep religious commitments that guide their lives. In the process, authoritarian populists have taken on subaltern identities and claimed that they are the last truly dispossessed groups. To demonstrate their increasing power in educational and social policy, I situate a specific set of technologies-the Internet-within the social context of its use in this community. I focus on the growing home-schooling movement and suggest that to understand the societal meaning and uses of these technologies, we need to examine the social movement that provides the context for their use. I also argue that we need to analyze critically the kind of labor that is required in home schooling, who is engaged in such labor, and how such labor is interpreted by the actors who perform it.
Políticas de direita e branquidade: a presen a ausente da ra a nas reformas educacionais
Michael Apple W.
Revista Brasileira de Educa??o , 2001,
Abstract: In this article the author defends the need to incorporate discussion on race in educational analysis. He shows that racial dynamics are extremely complex and relatively autonomous and that they are connected to other social dynamics such as class, gender and colonial realities, operating in a subtle and powerful way in the educational field. The author also discusses the effects of educational policies pointing to the fact that current educational reforms are attempting to convince us that they are the only acceptable ones and that such policies are based on neoliberal ideological propositions. Behind these attempts to convince us of what is acceptable in ideological and political terms, we encounter the hidden presence of race.
Review of Ravitch "National Standards"
Michael W. Apple
Education Policy Analysis Archives , 1996,
Abstract: I assume that Diane Ravitch is someone who is as deeply committed to a fair and socially just education as I am--even when our political and educational agendas may differ--I also assume that re-stratification and fostering the power of the conservative restoration is not what she wants either. Thus, I do urge you to read this book, but perhaps for different reasons: to see it as a cautionary tale and then to watch as the public policies that are justified under its rhetorical umbrella and that are actually implemented on the ground go in uncomfortable directions.
The relationship between deliberate self-harm behavior, body dissatisfaction, and suicide in adolescents: current concepts
Greydanus DE,Apple RW
Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare , 2011,
Abstract: Donald E Greydanus1,2, Roger W Apple31Pediatrics and Human Development; College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA; 2Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies, Michigan State University, Kalamazoo, MI, USA; 3Psychological Evaluation and Consultation Services, Kalamazoo Regional Educational Service Agency, Portage, MI, USAAbstract: Deliberate self-harm (DSH) is a common though often hidden condition in children and adolescents that may result in suicide. This discussion covers several aspects of DSH including its prevalence, etiology, and management. The relationships of DSH to body dissatisfaction and suicide are specifically considered. Even though most cases of DSH do not end in overt suicide, DSH reflects that potential underlying psychological pathophysiology, and likelihood of eventual death from self-murder, cannot always be predicted or prevented. It is important to take all acts of DSH as serious, and to offer comprehensive management to prevent future acts of DSH and potential suicide.Keywords: deliberate self-harm, body dissatisfaction, suicide risk, children, adolescents, etiology, management
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