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APLICANDO SAN ES AMBIENTAIS: Para uma análise das implica es trazidas pela Lei 9.605/98 quanto à transa o penal e suspens o condicional do processo da Lei 9.099/95
Larissa Nunes Cavalheiro,Luiz Aristeu dos Santos Filho,Fernando Hoffmam,Franciele da Silva Camara
Revista Eletr?nica do Curso de Direito da UFSM , 2012, DOI: 10.5902/198136947045
Abstract: A Lei 9.605/98 que, disp e sobre as san es para as condutas lesivas ao meio ambiente reuniu em uma única lei as inúmeras infra es ambientais esparsas. Conforme a gravidade da infra o, em se tratando de menor potencial ofensivo ambiental, o agente que comete um Crime Ambiental, será processado pelo rito da Lei 9.099/95, que institui o Juizado Especial Criminal (JECRIM). Para tanto, é necessária uma atenta leitura conjunta das referidas leis e, através dessa análise, percebem-se as peculiaridades advindas da Lei 9.605/98 para o uso dos institutos da Lei 9.099/95, quais sejam, a transa o penal e a suspens o condicional do processo. Da mesma forma, surgem alguns impasses quanto à aplicabilidade dos dispositivos nelas previstos, suscitando reflex es acerca da matéria. Diante disso, o presente trabalho analisa de forma combinada as leis, na tentativa de entender o estabelecido por ambas.
UMA QUEST O CONTROVERSA: A Separa o de Fato como elemento para concess o de pens o por morte no Regime Geral de Previdência Social e a Súmula 336 do Superior Tribunal de Justi a
Larissa Nunes Cavalheiro,Luiz Aristeu dos Santos Filho,Fernando Hoffmam,Franciele da Silva Camara
Revista Eletr?nica do Curso de Direito da UFSM , 2012, DOI: 10.5902/198136947054
Abstract: Nos casos de concess o da pens o por morte no Regime Geral da Previdência Social, quem pleiteia esse benefício às vezes encontra dificuldades legais. Um exemplo é o caso da separa o de fato do c njuge do segurado, uma vez que a Lei 8.213/91, dá ensejo a mais de uma interpreta o para a concess o do benefício, oscilando entre dependência econ mica presumida ou a comprova o da mesma. Com o advento da Súmula 336 do STJ, verifica-se outro momento em que aqueles que est o separados apenas de fato têm suprimida a possibilidade de recebimento da pens o por morte em momento futuro, e de certa forma, fere o Princípio da Igualdade. Diante da realidade, quando se refere à separa o de fato n o há uma clara abordagem, correndo-se o risco de preterir possíveis beneficiários. O presente trabalho analisa as divergências da falta de previs o legislativa, bem como os efeitos da citada súmula.
A CRIA O DO TRIBUNAL PENAL INTERNACIONAL: Um meio para efetivar a prote o dos Direitos Humanos em ambito internacional
Larissa Nunes Cavalheiro,Luiz Aristeu dos Santos Filho,Fernando Hoffmam,Franciele da Silva Camara
Revista Eletr?nica do Curso de Direito da UFSM , 2010, DOI: 10.5902/198136947058
Abstract: No atual contexto mundial, verificam-se conflitos que transgridem Direitos Humanos, originados de diversos motivos, desde quest es de credo religioso até o terrorismo. Independente das motiva es, a maior vítima acaba sendo o próprio homem, que tem seus direitos extirpados. Da preocupa o em estabelecer uma justi a criminal, surge o Tribunal Penal Internacional (TPI), trazendo per se a fun o de realizar julgamentos justos e imparciais. A sua existência se configura em um importante marco para que se possa efetivar a prote o dos Direitos do Homem em ambito mundial, pois visa punir aqueles que cometem os crimes previstos no Estatuto de Roma. O presente trabalho visa explanar acerca dos aspectos mais importantes do referido Tribunal, iniciando pelos seus antecedentes e chegando à sua cria o. Passado esse momento, argumenta-se no sentido do seu caráter protecionista dos Direitos Humanos
Comparison of Partner Choice between Lesbians and Heterosexual Women  [PDF]
Vivianni Veloso, Regina Brito, Cibele Nazaré da Silva Camara
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2014.52021
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Studies comparing preferred partner selection between homosexual and heterosexual women have shown that homosexual women exhibit patterns of choice that resemble both the heterosexual men and heterosexual women. This intersection between groups indicates that some characteristics valued by women may be intermediate between homosexual men and heterosexual women. This selection appears to be influenced by the type of relationship of the individual. Heterosexual women emphasize preference for characteristics related to physical health in short-term relationships. In long-term relationships, the emphasis is on the characteristics of good provision of resources and emotional investment. This study aimed to compare the preferences of the two groups of women in partner choice in the types of relationships mentioned. The participants were 100 homosexual and 55 heterosexual women in reproductive period. A questionnaire was used to collect information. The participants were contacted by indication, in LGBT bars or associations. There were similarities between groups with regard to the choices they made. The Macro-category attachment formation was requested more in the long-term and good genes was more appreciated in the short term. However, in both short and long term relationships homosexuals appreciated good genes more than heterosexuals. Heterosexual women valued good provision of resources more in long-term relationships. The reasons for these differences could be several, starting from social aspects all the way up to biological ones.

ONGs/Aids, interven??es sociais e novos la?os de solidariedade social
Silva, Cristina Luci Camara da;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X1998000600012
Abstract: starting with a brief contextual analysis of the social scenario in which the aids epidemic is occurring in brazil, the article focuses on the formation of the country's first nongovernmental organizations in the struggle against aids. there are peculiarities to aids ngos to the extent that they display an ambivalence between the characteristics of a professional institution and a lobbying group, apart from the fact that dealing with sexuality and death breaks down the line between the public and the private spheres. the case in point is the grupo pela vidda (for life group) in rio de janeiro, which seeks to represent the enhancement of a group of individuals and the principle of universality. the study supports the hypothesis that aids ngos renew ties of social solidarity through the relationships established between various researchers involved in this sector and other ngos with governmental spheres.
ONGs/Aids, interven es sociais e novos la os de solidariedade social
Silva Cristina Luci Camara da
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 1998,
Abstract: A partir de uma breve contextualiza o do cenário social em que surge a epidemia da Aids no Brasil, o artigo situa a forma o das primeiras Organiza es N o Governamentais de luta contra a Aids no País. Atribuem-se peculiaridades às ONGs/Aids, na medida em que elas apresentam uma ambivalência entre o que caracteriza uma institui o profissionalizada e um grupo de press o, além de lidar com quest es como a sexualidade e a morte, rompendo as fronteiras entre as esferas pública e privada. Tendo como referência o Grupo Pela Vidda/RJ, procura-se apresentar a rela o entre a valoriza o de um grupo de indivíduos e o princípio de universalidade presente na atua o do mesmo. Por fim, apresenta-se a hipótese de que as ONGs/Aids renovam os la os de solidariedade social a partir das rela es que estabelecem com as esferas governamentais, os diversos pesquisadores envolvidos com a temática e as outras ONGs.
Analyisis of the tobacco production impacts on the environment, tobacco farmer′s health and environmental management iniciatives of the tobacco industry
Marlise Schoenhals,Franciele Aní Caovilla Follador,Caciana da Silva
Engenharia Ambiental : Pesquisa e Tecnologia , 2009,
Abstract: The present work had as objective analyses the tobacco cultivation of the environment, health and life quality of the tobacco farmers, including aspects related with the pesticides utilization, individual protection equipments (IPE), health questions and other risks. For this, was utilized the methodology of bibliographical research and the field research, involving the last, 10 tobacco farmers located in Verê-Pr. The results point that the small farmers choose the tobacco cultivation in function of the lucratively obtained, which don’t will be reached with other cultivations due their small proprieties. Although the reported problems, in general, the tobacco farmers don’t present a appropriate level of conscious about the hazards which they are exposed, no associating, sometimes, certain problems to the tobacco cultivation. However, with the environment preservation and the environmental question obtaining more importance in Brazil, was possible to verify that the tobacco industry, also have being promoting and divulging some initiatives of environmental management.Keywords: sustainable development, pesticides, green tobacco disease.
Identification of Sugar, Amino Acids and Minerals from the Pollen of Jandaíra Stingless Bees (Melipona subnitida)  [PDF]
Girliane Regina da Silva, Tamires Botelho da Natividade, Celso Amorim Camara, Eva Monica Sarmento da Silva, Francisco de Assis Ribeiro dos Santos, Tania Maria Sarmento Silva
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2014.511112
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The aim of this investigation was to analyze two samples of pollen from jandaíra stingless bees (Melipona subnitida) in view of their mineral composition, free amino acids and sugars. Palynological analysis showed that the predominant pollen was monofloral from Senna sp. species (94.5%, pollen 2011) and the second pollen sample showed the presence of two primary species, Chamaecrista sp. (39.2% pollen 2009) and Mimosa tenuiflora (43.5%) (pollen 2009). The highest mineral content was potassium. The bee pollen contained 20.8% and 31.0% of mannitol in samples from 2011 and 2009, respectively. Proline and serine are the predominant amino acids. High content of essential amino acids, minerals and the sugar mannitol confirmed high nutritional value of pollen samples from jandaíra bees.

Life Cycle Comparative Analysis of Sexual Function in Women with Normal and Overweight Body Mass Index  [PDF]
Cibele Nazaré da Silva Camara, Hellen Vivianni Veloso Corrêa, Susanne Cristine Brito e Silva, Caio Santos Alves da Silva, Mauro Silva Junior, Regina S. Brito
Creative Education (CE) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2014.515155
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Sexual health is considered of fundamental importance in people’s lives. Since it is determined by physiological, psychological and social factors, the investigations of these aspects are relevant to full comprehension of this phenomenon. Endocrinological conditions, as overweighed and normal body mass indexes were addressed as the main factors in women’ sexual function, which can affect level of sexual hormones; and as a consequence, lead to sexual dysfunction. Body mass index of 370 women were analyzed to indentify the implications in their sexual life, using the Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI) inventory, with six domains that assess different aspects of women’ sexual activity and satisfaction. The main results show no statistical differences between normal and overweighed body mass index. However, there were significant differences between different phases of life as Reproductive, Perimenopause, and Postmenopause women, in which the youngsters showed better FSFI scores, better sexual function, than the older ones. Also, significant differences were found when time of marriage was taken into account, the longer the relationship, the worse the sexual function. We concluded that not only endocrinological variables may explain the sexual function in women, but also psychosocial variables as age, and time and quality of their relationships.

Correlation of Disgust and Contempt Expressions with Conjugal Dissatisfaction  [PDF]
Rui Mateus Joaquim, Tariane Franciele Bastos Pereira, Laiza de Oliveira Vilela, Tayná Maiara Pilla Rodrigues, Angela Maria da Silva Muniz Brandino, Sandro Caramaschi
Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science (JBBS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jbbs.2018.810034
Abstract: Research has shown that dissatisfied couples in the relationship commonly exhibit facial expressions of contempt in interactions. At this point, based on the study of cognition and physiology, researchers were able to predict by longitudinal studies the probability of divorce in a marriage, with accuracy of up to 94%. Our objective was to investigate whether the occurrence of facial expressions of disgust and contempt in married women is associated with marital dissatisfaction. This is an experimental study that correlated, through filmed interviews, the frequency of facial expressions of disgust and disgust (Facial Action Coding System) to the Marital State’s Golombok Rust Inventory, in a sample composed of 20 women. Data analysis based on the Spearman Correlation Test showed a positive correlation between facial expressions of disgust and disdain and conjugal dissatisfaction (rs = 0.2198, p = 0.0280), corroborating the data in the literature.
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