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Civiliza o do mangue: biodiversidade e popula es tradicionais (Mangrove’s Civilization: Biodiversity and traditional populations) - DOI: 10.5752/P.2175-5841.2013v11n30p509
Deis Elucy Siqueira
Horizonte : Revista de Estudos de Teologia e Ciências da Religi?o , 2013, DOI: 10.5752/p.2175-5841.2013v11n30p509
Abstract: O texto parte do reconhecimento da importancia das popula es tradicionais na conserva o da biodiversidade, tanto em termos históricos quanto em projetos socioambientais baseados no paradigma da sustentabilidade. Foca a civiliza o do mangue do Salgado Paraense e, em particular, as comunidades da Reserva Extrativista de Caeté-Tapera u (município de Bragan a/PA). Destaca aspectos de sua territorialidade em articula o com sua religiosidade, na qual s o tratados os santos e, sobretudo, os encantes (xamanismo caboclo). A partir desta religiosidade (cren as, supersti es, lendas), a discuss o se centraliza em torno de dificuldades para a efetiva o de diálogos e de interlocu es necessários à constru o de projetos de conserva o da biodiversidade envolvendo aquelas popula es, os quais incluem a participa o de mediadores (letrados, ambientalistas, ecologistas, governamentais e n o governamentais) e implicam a gera o de uma nova ordem social. Ancora-se, ainda, em entrevistas semidirigidas que vêm sendo realizadas há três anos na regi o e no acompanhamento da implementa o da Reserva Extrativista criada em 2005 no município (reuni es do Conselho Deliberativo, recadastramento de usuários). Palavras-chave: Conserva o da biodiversidade. Mangue. Religi o popular. Territorialidade/popula o tradicional. Abstract This article highlights the importance of traditional biodiversity conservation, both in historical terms and in environmental projects, based on the paradigm of sustainability. It focuses on mangrove of "Salgado Pará" and, in particular, on the communities of the Extractive Reserve Caeté-Tapera u (municipality of Bragan a / PA). It also highlights some aspects of its territoriality in connection with its religiosity, in which are treated the saints, especially the Encantes (caboclo shamanism). From this religiosity (beliefs, superstitions, legends) the discussion is organized around the difficulties for building dialogues and interlocutions required to build projects for biodiversity conservation surrounding these populations. These dialogues include the participation of mediators (scholars, environmentalists, ecologists, government and non-government) and the construction of a new social order. This text is anchored in semi-structured interviews that have been conducted for three years and in monitoring the implementation of the Extractive Reserve, created in 2005. Keywords: Biodiversity conservation. Mangrove. Popular religion. Territoriality/traditional population.
Biodiversidade, Estado brasileiro e Religi o na Amaz nia (Biodiversity, State and Religion in the Brazilian Amazon) - DOI: 10.5752/P.2175-5841.2010v8n17p56
Deis Elucy Siqueira
Horizonte : Revista de Estudos de Teologia e Ciências da Religi?o , 2010, DOI: 10.5752/p.2175-5841.2010v8n17p56
Abstract: A partir do final do século passado, na esteira das preocupa es e debates sobre a biodiversidade, chega-se à afirma o da importancia da Amaz nia. No bojo dessa dinamica, colocam-se também as press es internacionais e as políticas estatais para a regi o e para as popula es tradicionais, nela concentradas. Até ent o alijadas dos interesses políticos do Estado, estas popula es passam agora a ser vistas como detentoras de culturas, de saberes "locais", cruciais diante da necessidade "global" de conserva o da biodiversidade. Em estreita mescla com os saberes tradicionais, expressam-se inumeráveis formas de religiosidade, dentre as quais se destacam a "encantaria" e a pajelan a. Em rela o à Amaz nia brasileira, esse lugar central ocupado pela religiosidade é tratado via três eixos: presen a da Igreja Católica e de outras organiza es religiosas em seus processos organizativos; politiza o da natureza e da religiosidade associada à emergência de múltiplas identidades coletivas; importancia da "encantaria" e da pajelan a ecológica para a conserva o da biodiversidade. Palavras-chave: biodiversiade; religiosidade; Amaz nia; encantaria; políticas estatais. Abstract From the end of the last century, at the base of the concerns and debates on biodiversity, one comes to asserting the importance of the Amazon. Amid this dynamic, there are also international pressure and public policies for the region and its traditional people. It is known that such populations have Ordinarily being shut out from the political interests of the state. However, these traditional population is beginning to be understood as having cultures, there is to say, "local" knowledge, given the crucial need for "global " biodiversity conservation. Closely intertwined with traditional knowledge, innumerable forms of religiosity is expressed, among which is highlighted the so called "encantaria" and "pajelan a". Regarding the Brazilian Amazon, this central place occupied by religiosity is handled via three routes: the presence of the Catholic Church and other religious organizations in their organizational processes; politicization of nature and of religiosity associated with the emergence of multiple collective identities; the importance of the so called "encantaria" and of the ecological "pajelan a" (shamanism) towards conservation of biodiversity. Key words: biodiversity; religiosity; Amazon; encantaria; public policies.
O labirinto religioso ocidental: da religi?o à espiritualidade. Do institucional ao n?o convencional
Siqueira, Deis;
Sociedade e Estado , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-69922008000200008
Abstract: this article retrieves classic questions of the sociology of religion such as society's supremacy, social cohesion, moral forces, membership, rationalized and intellectualized modernity, alienation, and illusion to reflect the contemporary religious labyrinth. this begins mainly with the search for a non-conventional religiosity, a pluralistic religious field, transit, bricolage, privatization and individualization, spirituality and environmentalism, spirituality in the organizational context, the "entrepeneurshipping" of the churches and the spiritualization of companies, stressing a general tendency towards "spirituality yes, religion no".
Novas religiosidades na capital do Brasil
Siqueira, Deis;
Tempo Social , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-20702002000100009
Abstract: this paper socialises some of the results of the research entitled sociology of adherence: mystical and esoteric practices in the federal district, that has been developed in the department of sociology of the university of brasilia since 1994. it received financial support from the cnpq (national research committee). the research focuses on the mystical-esoteric groups in that capital and the region around it. it identifies the main meanings, values, and world-view, and highlights the building of a religiousness based on the great interaction between groups, religions, rituals, doctrines and practices. these are fundamental questions for the reflection on the elements around which the search for the sacred is anchored nowadays.
Religi o, religiosidade e contexto do trabalho
Deis Siqueira
Sociedade e Estado , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/s0102-69922005000300009
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Espiritualidade, religi?o e trabalho no contexto organizacional
Silva, Rogério Rodrigues da;Siqueira, Deis;
Psicologia em Estudo , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-73722009000300017
Abstract: this article intends to discuss religion, religiosity, and, especially, spirituality experiences in the organizational context. based on an analysis of these variables' role in religious and non religious organizational contexts, the article points out to what extent spirituality can contribute, especially, to a deeper understanding of the work activity and how pleasant it can be. this text also reveals the motives which may explain a tendency to deny the bonds between spirituality, religiosity and religion within organizational context. moreover, it suggests some critical readings of the proposition of using these variables in organizational context - as the recovery movement of classic religious values, now renamed to the work collective, updating old gaining profits strategies of the enterprises.
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Deis Siqueira,Renée de la Torre
Sociedade e Estado , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/s0102-69922008000200002
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Bericht zum Symposium Tag der Lehre 2011 in Mannheim: rztliche Kommunikation – mehr als das Patientengespr ch [Congress Memorandum: Day of Teaching 2011 at the Medical Faculty Mannheim, Heidelberg University, 01.07.2011 ]
Deis, Nicole,Fritz, Harald
GMS Zeitschrift für Medizinische Ausbildung , 2012, DOI: 10.3205/zma000810
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Luteal 3beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase and 20alpha-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase activities in the rat corpus luteum of pseudopregnancy: Effect of the deciduoma reaction
Marisa A Clementi, Ricardo P Deis, Carlos M Telleria
Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology , 2004, DOI: 10.1186/1477-7827-2-22
Abstract: PSP was induced mechanically at 10:00 h on the estrus of 4-day cycling Wistar rats, and the stimulus for decidualization was provided by scratching the uterus on day 4 of PSP. 3betaHSD and 20alphaHSD activities were measured in the CL isolated from ovaries of PSP rats using a spectrophotometric method. Serum concentrations of progesterone, PRL, androstenedione, and estradiol were measured by radioimmunoassay (RIA).The PSP stage induced mechanically in cycling rats lasted 11.3 ± 0.09 days (n = 14). Serum progesterone concentration was high until day 10 of PSP, and declined thereafter. Serum PRL concentration was high on the first days of PSP but decreased significantly from days 6 to 9, having minimal values on days 10 and 11. Luteal 3betaHSD activities were elevated until day 6 of PSP, after which they progressively declined, reaching minimal values at the end of PSP. Luteal 20alphaHSD activities were very low until day 9, but abruptly increased at the end of PSP. When the deciduoma was induced by scratching the uterus of pseudopregnant animals on day 4 (PSP+D), PSP was extended to 18 ± 2.2 days (n = 8). In PSP + D rats, serum progesterone and PRL levels, and luteal 3betaHSD activities were higher than in pseudopregnant rats on day 11. Decidualization also prevented the increase in luteal 20alphaHSD activities observed on day 11 of PSP. Administration of the dopaminergic agonist CB154 in PSP + D rats on day 10 of PSP induced a decline in both serum PRL and progesterone on day 11 of PSP, values that were not different from that of pseudopregnant controls.We have established that during the final period of PSP a decline in progesterone biosynthesis occurs before the increase in progesterone catabolism. We have also shown that decidualization in pseudopregnant rats extends the life of the CL by prolonging the production of pituitary PRL, and by maintaining high 3betaHSD and low 20alphaHSD activities within the CL leading to sustained production of progesterone.In the r
Students Perceptions of On-line Courses: An Exploratory Study
George E. Nakos, Michael H. Deis and Louis Jourdan
The Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education , 2002,
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