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O Outro migrante: das estratégias de midiatiza o das migra es contemporaneas na mídia impressa brasileira
Denise Cogo
Ciberlegenda , 2011,
Abstract: O artigo analisa os processos de produ o de sentido sobre os fen menos migratórios contemporaneos na mídia impressa brasileira. A partir das inter-rela es entre processos de midiatiza o, experiência migratória e interculturalidade, é desenvolvido um mapeamento inicial e uma análise discursiva sobre as estratégias de midiatiza o das migra es e das falas imigrantes em uma amostra de jornais representativos das cinco regi es brasileiras e uma das principais revistas de circula o nacional.
Latinoamericanos en el sur de Brasil: recepción mediática y ciudadanía de las migraciones transnacionales
Cogo, Denise;Dutra Brignol, Liliane;
Comunicación y sociedad , 2009,
Abstract: this article discusses the processes of mediatic interaction of contemporary migrations of latin americans in the context of the city of porto alegre, brazil. it is based on the results of an empirical research (between 2004-2007). research techniques included 'life history' and 'focal groups', while the theoretical background included several previous studies of reception in latin america. discussion focus on how those interactions constitute places of (re)invention of modalities of appropriation and interactive communicative use for migrants, who (re)configure their migratory experiences on a local scope and conform related specific identity processes to the notion of "latino-americanidad".
Movimientos juveniles, medios digitales y prácticas de ciudadanía en Fortaleza (Brasil)
Cogo,Denise; Lopes,Daniel Barsi;
Observatorio (OBS*) , 2011,
Abstract: the article analyzes how the appropriation and use of new communication technologies by the youth member of the social movements can configure public perceptions and practices related specifically to demands for recognition of cultural diversity and other forms of visibility periphery, which are not transmitted by the hegemonic media. study appropriations and uses of technology by young people in the context of two non-governmental organizations (ngos): aldeia and encine, located on the outskirts of the city of fortaleza in northeastern of brazil. partial results of this research point to the configuration of a public communication that incorporates testing of new technologies, especially the internet, the experience of dynamic networks combined with materials, methods of making organizational and experimental and alternative communication popular, already on the path of alternative and community communication developed in recent decades in latin america
Recep??o midiática e cidadania das migra??es transnacionais em Barcelona e Porto Alegre
COGO,DENISE; DUTRA BRIGNOL,LILIANE;
Signo y Pensamiento , 2010,
Abstract: el artículo presenta los resultados de una investigación sobre recepción mediática realizada en un grupo de 140 migrantes de países latinoamericanos y europeos de 17 nacionalidades en los contextos urbanos de barcelona (espa?a) y porto alegre (brasil). en el estudio se focalizaron las percepciones de los entrevistados sobre los imaginarios alrededor de las migraciones transnacionales ofrecidos por los medios de comunicación, así como sus propuestas frente a un tratamiento mediático orientado a la ciudadanía de las migraciones en las sociedades contemporáneas. los resultados seleccionados para el análisis constituyen una investigación más amplia sobre recepción y migraciones que forma parte del programa académico de cooperación internacional brasil-espa?a (capes-brasil y mec-espa?a), desarrollado entre 2004 y 2008 por investigadores del programa de posgrado en ciencias de la comunicación de unisinos (brasil) y del departamento de comunicación audiovisual y publicidad de la universidad autónoma de barcelona (espa?a).
Latinoamericanos en el sur de Brasil: recepción mediática y ciudadanía de las migraciones transnacionales
Denise Cogo,Liliane Dutra Brignol
Comunicación y sociedad , 2009,
Abstract: En el presente artículo abordamos los procesos de interacción mediática de las migraciones contemporáneas de latinoamericanos en el contexto de la ciudad de Porto Alegre, capital del estado de Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil. Desde la perspectiva de los estudios de recepción latinoamericanos y a través del empleo de historias de vida y de grupos de discusión, analizamos cómo esas interacciones se constituyen en lugares de (re)invención de apropiaciones y usos mediáticos de migrantes que (re)configuran sus experiencias migratorias en ámbito local y conforman procesos identitarios específicos relacionados con la "latinoamericanidad".
Incurs es metodológicas para o estudo da recep o midiática: o caso das migra es contemporaneas desde as perspectivas européia e latino-americana
Denise Cogo,Nicolás Lorite García
Ciberlegenda , 2011,
Abstract: O texto prop e o levantamento e a discuss o de implica es metodológicas para o estudo das migra es contemporaneas como instancia de recep o midiática a partir de experiências de pesquisa no contexto europeu (Espanha) e latino-americano (Brasil) e desde diferentes perspectivas qualitativas e quantitativas. Uma primeira implica o diz respeito às fronteiras e inter-rela es entre instancias midiáticas e n o midiáticas no marco da no o de ethos midiatizado. Uma segunda faz referência às possibilidades de demarca o, no universo da recep o, das incidências, entre a popula o imigrante e n o imigrante, desse ethos midiatizado sobre as migra es contemporaneas. Uma terceira e última perspectiva aponta para as implica es identitárias das experiências migratórias na configura o de especificidades de lógicas e estratégias de usos das mídias.
Objeto educacional digital: avalia??o da ferramenta para prática de ensino em enfermagem
Tanaka, Raquel Yurika;Catalan, Vanessa Menezes;Zemiack, Juscelino;Pedro, Eva Neri Rubim;Cogo, Ana Luísa Petersen;Silveira, Denise Tolfo;
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-21002010000500003
Abstract: objective: to describe the opinions of students regarding the use of technology, educational practices experienced, support for the learner and learning results achieved through the virtual environment. methods: this is an exploratory, descriptive and qualitative approach, performed in a school of nursing, with the participation of 43 students, of the discipline human care fundamentals i, who responded to a questionnaire, evaluating the process used. results: data showed that the evaluation of the proposed activity on vital signs, using a computer, was positive regarding the use of technology, the educational practices experienced, the learner support and the results achieved, by learning through the virtual environment. conclusion: the technology energizes the classroom teaching and allowed the development of skills in the area of computer science and in methodology for solving problems.
Aprendizagem de sinais vitais utilizando objetos educacionais digitais: opini?o de estudantes de enfermagem
Cogo, Ana Luísa Petersen;Silveira, Denise Tolfo;Pedro, Eva Néri Rubim;Tanaka, Raquel Yurika;Catalan, Vanessa Menezes;
Revista Gaúcha de Enfermagem , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1983-14472010000300005
Abstract: the purpose of this study was to know undergraduated nursing students' opinions about the pedagogical practice in vital signs founded on the problem-based learning presented in the form of digital educational objects. ten individuals participated in the research, which used the methodology of a qualitative case study. data were obtained by means of semi-structured interviews analyzed through thematic analysis. three final categories were identified: computer-based learning, group work organization, and vital sign learning project evaluation. the activity was a new experience for the students, who considered it as positive because it made easy both the access to contents and the communication between classmates. however, the students missed the physical presence of the professor. the group work was conducted, most of the time, in a collaborative way. offering computer-mediated activities associated to the problem-based learning methodology to nursing students has proven to be important.
The lung at high altitude
Annalisa Cogo
Multidisciplinary Respiratory Medicine , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/2049-6958-6-1-14
Abstract: A new classification of altitude levels based on the effects on performance and well-being has been recently proposed [1]: the decrease in partial pressure of oxygen reduces maximal oxygen uptake and impairs "aerobic" performance by reducing maximal aerobic power. Submaximal exercise performance is also impaired at altitude. When the acclimatization is not adequate, hypoxia triggers maladaptive responses that lead to various forms of high altitude illness or acute mountain sickness (AMS), characterized by headache plus gastrointestinal symptoms (anorexia, nausea) and sleep disturbances. AMS is present in 10-30% of subjects at altitudes between 2500 and 3000 m a.s.l. and is usually due to a fast ascent. It is well defined by the short phrase: "Too fast, too high". Less frequent, but much more serious, consequences are high-altitude cerebral edema (HACE), and high-altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE).The lung response to acute altitude exposure is mainly hyperventilation which, together with elevated heart rate, aims at achieving an adequate supply of oxygen to the tissues. At rest, ventilation increases by firstly increasing the tidal volume, at least up to 3500 m. Above this altitude, also the breathing rate significantly increases. Besides the compensatory response, other mechanisms affect lung physiology during hypoxic exposure: the increase of pulmonary artery pressure and endothelial permeability which can explain the extravascular lung fluid accumulation described in many papers [2]. It must be underlined that the interstitial fluid accumulation which affects a large part of climbers at high altitude should be considered a para-physiological mechanism and does not predict subsequent pulmonary edema [3].The role of the lung in the acute exposure to altitude was first described by Angelo Mosso, physiologist at the University of Torino, at the end of the 19th century. He very well pointed out the changes in ventilation and the reduction of lung volumes consistent with
Libraries Demonstrate Low Adherence to Virtual Reference Service Guidelines. A Review of: Shachaf, Pnina, and Sarah M. Horowitz. “Virtual Reference Service Evaluation: Adherence to RUSA Behavioral Guidelines and IFLA Digital Reference Guidelines.” Library & Information Science Research 30.2 (2008): 122-37.
Elise Cogo
Evidence Based Library and Information Practice , 2009,
Abstract: Objectives – This study evaluates the level to which virtual (asynchronous e-mail) reference services adhere to professional guidelines. Specifically, it addresses the following research questions: 1) To what extent do virtual reference services adhere to the American Library Association (ALA) Reference and User Services Association (RUSA) and the International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) guidelines? 2) How does the level of adherence to RUSA or IFLA guidelines vary based on request type, user name, and institution? 3) Is there a correlation between outcome measures of reference transactions (accuracy, completeness, and satisfaction) and the level of adherence to RUSA or IFLA guidelines? Design – Unobtrusive evaluation of researcher-generated queries. Setting – Fifty-four academic libraries in North America. Subjects – A total of 324 queries were sent to the 54 libraries, with each library receiving six different types of requests from six different user names. Methods – Researchers developed two coding schemes for the guidelines (34 codes and 12 attributes for the RUSA guidelines and 33 codes and 10 attributes for the IFLA guidelines). Each of the six user names used represented an ethnic and/or religious group identity: Mary Anderson (Caucasian, Christian), Moshe Cohen (Caucasian, Jewish), Ahmed Ibrahim (Arab), Latoya Johnson (African American), Rosa Manuz (Hispanic), and Chang Su (Asian). The six request types were designed so that three would be answered (questions 1-3) and three would be out of scope and not answered (questions 4-6). The following queries were sent, individualized for each institution: 1) Dissertation query; 2) Sports team query; 3) Population query; 4) Subject query; 5) Article query; 6) Request for a PDF copy. The 324 queries were uploaded into NVivo 2 software, and all e-mail transactions were coded and analyzed. Main Results – Analysis of the 324 transactions from 54 libraries showed the following results:1) Low levels of adherence to both sets of guidelines;2) Varied levels of adherence based on request types and user names on both sets of guidelines;3) Variation in institutional rank according to different sets of guidelines;4) No correlation between user satisfaction and adherence to either set of guidelines. Conclusion – This study suggests that higher levels of virtual reference service effectiveness could be achieved by automatically integrating some less observed behaviours (e.g., thank you notes) into replies sent to users and by increasing librarians’ awareness of professional guidelines through training
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