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Usos e significados da qualidade de vida nos discursos contemporaneos de saúde Uses and meanings of quality of life in the contemporary discourse on health
Gabriel de Freitas Gimenes
Trabalho, Educa??o e Saúde , 2013,
Abstract: O presente artigo se prop e a fazer uma análise do uso generalizado da express o 'qualidade de vida' nas linguagens técnicas e cotidianas nas sociedades ocidentais contemporaneas. A ampla utiliza o desse termo é acompanhada por uma indetermina o de seu significado e por uma concep o naturalizada de sua origem. Objetivo, ent o, analisar os processos pelos quais o termo qualidade de vida foi impregnado de sentido na nossa cultura, assim como argumentar que a grande relevancia simbólica adquirida contemporaneamente pela qualidade de vida nas ciências biomédicas, nas políticas de saúde e nas práticas individuais relativas à saúde está relacionada com um mais amplo processo de inser o dos aspectos biológicos da vida no campo político. Dessa forma, apresento brevemente o surgimento e o desenvolvimento da biopolítica na modernidade, assim como analiso algumas das características da biopolítica contemporanea, a partir do que s o apresentadas as concep es de estilo de vida, promo o de saúde, risco, autonomia e responsabilidade, que, articuladas, constituem o atual campo semantico no qual a saúde é problematizada. Dessa forma, procuro situar a atual preocupa o pela qualidade de vida, assim como apresentar alguns dos problemas que se articulam a ela, como a responsabilidade individual pela própria saúde e a medida da qualidade de vida. This article is an attempt to analyze the widespread use of the term 'quality of life' in everyday language and techniques in contemporary Western societies. The broad use of this term is accompanied by an uncertainty with regard to its meaning and a naturalized conception of its origin. The goal, therefore, is to analyze the processes by which the term quality of life was imbued with meaning in our culture and to argue that the major symbolic meaning acquired contemporaneously by quality of life in the biomedical sciences, health policies, and practices relating to individual health is related to a broader process of integrating biological aspects of life in the political field. Thus, I briefly introduce the emergence and development of biopolitics in modernity, and analyze some of the characteristics of contemporary biopolitics based on how the concepts of lifestyle, promotion of health, risk, autonomy and responsibility are presented which, together, constitute the current semantic field in which health is problematized. Therefore, I seek to situate the current concern for quality of life, as well as to present some of the issues that are linked to it, such as individual responsibility for one's own health and the measure
ORFEL: super-fast detection of defamation and illegitimate promotion in online recommendation
Gabriel Gimenes,Jose F. Rodrigues Jr,Robson Cordeiro
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: What if a successful company starts to receive a torrent of low-valued (one or two stars) recommendations in its mobile apps from multiple users within a short (say one month) period? Is it legitimate evidence that the apps have lost quality, or an intentional plan (via lockstep behavior) to steal market share through defamation? In case of a systematic attack to one's reputation, it might not be possible to manually discern between legitimate and fraudulent interaction in the immense universe of possibilities of user-product recommendation. Previous works have focused on this issue, but none of them has considered the context, modeling, and scale that we work with in this paper. We propose one novel method named Online-Recommendation Fraud ExcLuder (\ORFEL) to detect defamation and/or illegitimate promotion of online products using vertex-centric asynchronous parallel processing of bipartite (users-products) graphs. With an innovative algorithm, our results demonstrate efficacy -- detecting over $95\%$ of potential attacks; and efficiency -- at least two orders of magnitude faster than the state-of-the-art. Over our new methodology, we introduce three contributions: (1) a new algorithmic solution; (2) a scalable approach; and (3) a novel context and modeling of the problem, which now addresses both defamation and illegitimate promotion. Our work deals with relevant issues of the Web 2.0, potentially augmenting the credibility of online recommendation to prevent losses to both customers and vendors.
Interaction between visiting bees (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) and flowers of Ludwigia elegans (Camb.) hara (Onagraceae) during the year in two different areas in S?o Paulo, Brazil
Gimenes, M.;
Brazilian Journal of Biology , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-69842003000400008
Abstract: this study was designed to characterize the interactions between ludwigia elegans flowers and visiting bees during two years in two areas 200 km apart, at the same latitude (approximately 22o48's) but at different altitudes (alumínio, 600 m, and campos do jord?o, 1500 m), in the state of s?o paulo, brazil. as these flowers open simultaneously in the morning and lose their petals by sunset, interaction with bees occurs only during the photophase. flowers of l. elegans were mainly visited by bees, the most frequent species being: tetraglossula anthracina (michener, 1989) (colletidae), rhophitulus sp. (andrenidae), and pseudagapostemon spp. (halictidae), all considered specialized bees for collecting pollen and nectar from these flowers, as well as the generalist bee apis mellifera linnaeus, 1758 (apidae). the specialist bees were temporally adjusted to the opening schedule of the flower, which occurs primarily in the morning, but shows a circannual variation. t. anthracina appears in both study areas, but only between december and april. the annual activity patterns of these specialist bees are synchronized to the phenology of l. elegans. photoperiod and temperature cycles are suggested as the main synchronizers of both bees and plants.
Poliniza??o de Vochysia lucida C. Presl (Vochysiaceae) em uma área de restinga na Bahia
Gimenes, Miriam;
Revista Brasileira de Entomologia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0085-56262007000400010
Abstract: vochysia species are neotropical and present flowers that can be visited by bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies. this study aimed to analyze the interactions between the flowers of vochysia lucida and their floral visitors in an area of restinga in bahia state, brazil. v. lucida is an arborescent species and presents inflorescences of the type raceme, with about 100 to 170 flowers. the flowers are zygomorphic, yellow-coloured, and considered mellitophilous. the floral nectar is produced and stored in the spur, which is localized at the calyx. the flowering peak of v. lucida was in november and december. all through the study the flowers opened at 6 h., when the stigma was already receptive. at flower opening the anther was already not more present and the pollen grains were deposited in the wall of the style, occurring secondary presentation of pollen. petals dropped in the end of the afternoon about 17:00 h. the hummingbirds, although frequent in the flowers of v. lucida, were considered as opportunistic visitors. among the recorded floral visitors, the large bees were regarded the most efficient pollinators, especially xylocopa frontalis, because it has suitable morphology and behavior to contact the reproductive structures of the flower, during nectar collections, and for its high visiting frequency.
Interactions between bees and Ludwigia elegans (Camb.) Hara (Onagraceae) flowers at different altitudes in S?o Paulo, Brazil
Gimenes, Miriam;
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-81752002000300005
Abstract: populations of ludwigia elegans (carnb.) hara were examined in aluminio (600m) and campos do jord?o (1520m), in the state of s?o paulo. flowers of both populations are self-incompatible and dependent on bees for pollination. flowers of ludwigia elegans at the aluminio site were visited by about 30 different species of bees, and those at campos do jord?o by 10. these results can be related to climatic differences at the two sites, especially temperature, due to their difference in altitude. inspite of the difference in the absolute number of bee species seen at each site, tetraglossula anthracina (michener, 1989) (colletidae) can be considered a specialized and efficient pollinator in both areas, since it visited these flowers frequently and showed many morphological and behavioral adaptations for pollen and nectar collection.
Interaction between visiting bees (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) and flowers of Ludwigia elegans (Camb.) hara (Onagraceae) during the year in two different areas in S o Paulo, Brazil
Gimenes M.
Brazilian Journal of Biology , 2003,
Abstract: This study was designed to characterize the interactions between Ludwigia elegans flowers and visiting bees during two years in two areas 200 km apart, at the same latitude (approximately 22o48'S) but at different altitudes (Alumínio, 600 m, and Campos do Jord o, 1500 m), in the State of S o Paulo, Brazil. As these flowers open simultaneously in the morning and lose their petals by sunset, interaction with bees occurs only during the photophase. Flowers of L. elegans were mainly visited by bees, the most frequent species being: Tetraglossula anthracina (Michener, 1989) (Colletidae), Rhophitulus sp. (Andrenidae), and Pseudagapostemon spp. (Halictidae), all considered specialized bees for collecting pollen and nectar from these flowers, as well as the generalist bee Apis mellifera Linnaeus, 1758 (Apidae). The specialist bees were temporally adjusted to the opening schedule of the flower, which occurs primarily in the morning, but shows a circannual variation. T. anthracina appears in both study areas, but only between December and April. The annual activity patterns of these specialist bees are synchronized to the phenology of L. elegans. Photoperiod and temperature cycles are suggested as the main synchronizers of both bees and plants.
Contribui es de um grupo de estudos para a forma o matemática de professoras que lecionam nas séries iniciais
Jucelene Gimenes
Bolema: Boletim de Educa??o Matemática , 2008,
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PENA ALTERNATIVA COMO INSTRUMENTO DE POLíTICA CRIMINAL
Renata Okano Gimenes
Revista Científica Sensus : Direito , 2011,
Abstract: This scientific paper aims, with legislative and doctrinal footstool, to analyze the usefulness of the alternative penalty in the context of Brazilian criminal politics. For a better analysis of the alternative penalty, we attempted to treat the legislative situation, historically and today, about this kind of sanction in Brazil andinfluence suffered by Rules of Tokyo. After, the search was to differentiate alternative measure of alternative punishment. Care was taken also to demonstrate the use of alternative sentences such as translation of the principle of last resort. We considered the objectives, advantages and disadvantages of the alternativesentence, with collation of data obtained from the official DEPEN (National Penitentiary Department) and the FUNPEN (National Penitentiary Fund) on recidivism and costs to criminal justice system, beyond the contribution of findings from the sociological sciences.
Carta geomorfológica e morfogênese do Mestre álvaro, Serra-Espírito Santo-Brasil
Ana Christina Wigneron Gimenes
Geografares , 2002,
Abstract: Relativamente à defini o de sistema geomórfico,fundamentada na proposi o conceitual de Ab’Saber(1969), é ele composto pela morfologia do relevo,estrutura e processos, concebido como uma unidadedialética dinamica e descontínua. Aplicados os princípios do método de abordagem sistêmica, ênfase édada à investiga o do sistema geomórfico nos limites de um compartimento geomorfológico montanhoso costeiro de formato semicircular em planta,Mestre álvaro (Serra, ES, Brasil), onde a morfologiado relevo, os materiais superficiais rochosos e osinconsolidados (elúvios, colúvios, alúvios) bemcomo os processos atuais s o considerados. O objetivo é reconhecer o arranjo espacial desse sistemageomórfico, a come ar pela identifica o das formas e, averiguada sua distribui o, inferir sobre seudesenvolvimento. As diferen as demonstradas pelamorfologia de relevo em diferentes setorestopomorfológicos e faces de orienta o s oinvestigadas, resultando delas um mapeamento sintético e normativo de conteúdo geomorfológico. Osprocessos geomórficos apresentam uma nítidarela o entre suas disposi es e os condicionanteslito-estruturais, morfológicos, biológicos, pedológicos e antrópicos que os determinam. Além disso, aexpress o espacial dos fluxos hídricos, o principalagente modelador das formas de relevo, é importante para essa considera o. As evidências nasmorfologias indicam a existência de etapas de desenvolvimento do relevo seqüenciais e n o lineares.
é PRECISO DUVIDAR DE TUDO?
Marcio Gimenes de Paula
Philósophos : Revista de Filosofia , 2007, DOI: 10.5216/phi.v8i2.3216
Abstract:
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