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Impactos decorrentes da implanta o de pólos geradores de viagens na estrutura espacial das cidades
Erika Cristine Kneib,Paulo Cesar Marques da Silva,Licinio da Silva Portugal
Transportes , 2010,
Abstract: Resumo:Em meio às altera es que ocorrem nas cidades, com ênfase no uso e ocupa o do solo e nos deslocamentos, este trabalho tem por objetivo avaliar os possíveis impactos decorrentes da implanta o de Polos Geradores de Viagens (PGVs) na estrutura espacial das cidades, conformada pelo conjunto de centros e subcentros urbanos. Como conclus o, a partir do método desenvolvido, corroborase a rela o entre os PGVs e os impactos decorrentes destes na estrutura espacial da cidade objeto do estudo. Assim como, identificamse as atividades que mais contribuem para tal rela o. Abstract: Among the changes that take place in the cities, especially those related to trips and to land use and occupation, this paper aims at assessing the possible impacts caused by the implantation of trip generating developments in their spatial structure, shaped by urban centres and subcentres. In conclusion, from the method developed in the work, the relationship is confirmed between trip generating developments and their impacts on the spatial structure of the city studied, as well as the activities that most contribute to that relationship are identified.
Doen?a mental, mulheres e transforma??o social: um perfil evolutivo institucional de 1931 a 2000
Gastal, Fábio Leite;Leite, Sérgio Soares Olivé;Treptow, Erika Cristine;Marini, Stela Scaglioni;Noal, Maurício Vargas;Binz, Mario Arthur Rockenbach;Amaral, Milene Tombini do;
Revista de Psiquiatria do Rio Grande do Sul , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-81082006000300004
Abstract: introduction: along the 20th century, women underwent numerous changes and reached a more active participation in society. this study aims at describing the profile of the female patients admitted to a service of psychiatric hospitalization from may 1931 to december 2000. in addition, it relates the profile of psychiatric morbidity with the historical, social and demographic changes. it also offers a comparison between the epidemiological conditions throughout the historical series and the aspects regarding the environment and the sociocultural status of women from a southern brazilian state. materials and methods: descriptive, longitudinal, epidemiological study including historical data and based on data collected from the medical files and statistics of a hospital. the following variables were assessed: age, marital status, race, professional area, occupation, social class and psychiatric diagnosis, all standardized according to the international classification of diseases (icd-9 and icd-10) criteria. to identify the cases, all first hospitalizations of women were used. results: along 70 years, a total of 9,629 individuals/cases was obtained. there was a predominance of women in the age group between 26-45 years (47.9%), white (91.3%), belonging to the subproletariat (86.8%), not belonging to the economically active part of the population (96.7%) and with diagnosis of affective disorders (28.6%) and schizophrenic psychoses (25.2%). with regard to marital status, married women were prevalent (44.9%). however, in the 1990's, single women represented 54.4%, whereas married women accounted for 39.7% of the patients. conclusion: significant changes were detected in the reasons for admitting women to psychiatric services over the past years. it is suggested that the variations might have been influenced by biological determinants of severe mental diseases, and especially by the social pressure resulting from the new role of women in society.
Da foraclus?o do Nome-do-Pai à foraclus?o generalizada: considera??es sobre a teoria das psicoses em Lacan
Lacet, Cristine;
Psicologia USP , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-65642004000100023
Abstract: the aim of this article is to discourse about the concept of psychosis to lacan since the evolution of the forclusion mechanism in his school. to lacan, the theory of psychosis refers the notion of forclusion. the idea of the forclusion of name of the father, as a movement that is specific to psychosis, is extended to the notion of general forclusion, also noted on neurosis and pervertion
Accountability Requirements and Professional Development in the US Adult Basic and Literacy Education System
Literacy and Numeracy Studies , 2009,
Abstract: Even before the 2001 enactment of the No Child Left Behind legislation, the education bill that holds schools in the US accountable for student achievement, ‘adult education [had] become part and parcel of the new federal trend to encourage the setting of national education goals and standards and holding programs accountable for demonstrating achievements’ (Sticht 1998). Now, almost ten years after enacting the Workforce Investment Act (1998), the legislation that required states to report how adult students were making progress towards educational and work goals, the field is just beginning to take stock of whether accountability has helped or hurt our adult education system. In the US school system (kindergarten to 12th grade for children five to 18), several researchers have investigated the effect of stronger accountability requirements on professional development systems. Berry et al. (2003), in a study of 250 teachers and principals in schools across six Southeastern US states found that results were mixed: Although high-stakes accountability systems help focus professional development efforts on the curricular needs of students, little evidence exists to support the claim that such systems help teachers change their practice to enhance student learning...A tendency exists…to narrow the focus of professional development activities to tested subjects or provide general support that is disconnected from curricular needs. (Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development 2004:3)
Religiosidad Popular y espacio sagrado: El ícono en la teología oriental
Cristine Fitzurka
Teología y vida , 2003,
Introduction to the Special Volume on
Thomas Kneib,Thomas Petzoldt
Journal of Statistical Software , 2007,
Abstract: The third special volume in the "Foometrics in R" series of the Journal of Statistical Software collects a number of contributions describing statistical methodology and corresponding implementations related to ecology and ecological modelling. The scope of the papers ranges from theoretical ecology and ecological modelling to statistical methodology relevant for data analyses in ecological applications.
Gravitational Lensing as a Cosmological Probe
J. -P. Kneib
Physics , 1997,
Abstract: Gravitational Lensing is an efficient tool to probe: the mass distribution of collapsed systems: galaxies and clusters; high redshift objects thanks to the gravitational amplification; and the geometry of the Universe. I will review here some important aspects of lensing and related issues in observational cosmology.
Strong and Weak Lensing Constraints on Galaxy Mass Distribution
Jean-Paul Kneib
Physics , 2001,
Abstract: Gravitational Lensing is a UNIQUE tool to constrain the mass distribution of collapsed structures, this is particularly true for galaxies, either on a case by case basis using multiple images of background sources (such as quasars), or statistically using the so called galaxy-galaxy lensing technique. First, I will present the lensing theory, and then discuss the various methods applied to current observations. Finally, I will review the bright future prospects of galaxy lensing that will benefit of the development of high resolution, large, wide and deep (lensing) surveys.
Gravitational Lensing and Cluster of Galaxies
Jean-Paul Kneib
Physics , 2000,
Abstract: Multiple images, giant arcs, Einstein cross, fold, cusp, lip, caustics, critical lines, sources, mapping, time delay, arclets, weak shear, magnification bias, depletion, ellipticities, polarization, smearing, convergence, kernel, mass reconstruction, sub-structure, dark halos, natural telescope, amplification, distant galaxies, faintest sources ... This is a non exhaustive list of favorite terms used when using gravitational lensing in clusters of galaxies. I will introduce here lensing in clusters as a useful tool in modern observational cosmology. I will give a summary of what we are learning in terms of cluster mass distribution in the strong and weak regime, and what information we will gain in terms of the cluster physics. I will underline the benefit of using cluster-lenses as natural telescopes to probe the distant Universe.
Exacerba??o aguda da DPOC: mortalidade e estado funcional dois anos após a alta da UTI
Teixeira, Cassiano;Cabral, Cláudia da Rocha;Hass, Jaqueline Sangiogo;Oliveira, Roselaine Pinheiro de;Vargas, Mara Ambrosina de Oliveira;Freitas, Ana Paula da Rocha;Fleig, Alessandra Hofstadler Deiques;Treptow, Erika Cristine;Rizzotto, Márcia Inês Boff;
Jornal Brasileiro de Pneumologia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1806-37132011000300009
Abstract: objective: to assess icu patients with copd, in terms of in-hospital characteristics, two-year mortality and two-year functional status of survivors. methods: a prospective cohort study involving patients with acute exacerbation of copd admitted to the icus of two hospitals in the city of porto alegre, brazil, between july of 2005 and july of 2006. at two years after discharge, survivors were interviewed by telephone in order to determine karnofsky scores and scores on a scale regarding activities of daily living (adl). results: the sample comprised 231 patients. in-hospital mortality was 37.7%, and two-year post-discharge mortality was 30.3%. of the 74 survivors, 66 were interviewed (89%). the mean age at icu admission was 74 ± 10 years, and the mean acute physiology and chronic health evaluation ii score was 18 ± 7. two or more comorbidities were present in 87.8% of the patients. of the 66 interviewees, 57 (86.3%) lived at home, 58 (87.8%) were self-sufficient, 12 (18.1%) required oxygen therapy, and 4 (6.1%) still required ventilatory support. there was a significant reduction in the quality of life and autonomy of the survivors, as evidenced by the karnofsky scores (85 ± 9 vs. 79 ± 11, p = 0.03) and adl scale scores (29 ± 5 vs. 25 ± 7; p = 0.01), respectively. conclusions: in this patient sample, two-year mortality was quite high. although there was a noticeable reduction in the functional status of the survivors, they remained self-sufficient
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