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Influencia de factores abióticos presentes en el Río de la Plata sobre la genotoxicidad del cromo
Laura Christina López,Juan Moretton
Revista internacional de contaminación ambiental , 1997,
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O conceito de racismo institucional: aplica??es no campo da saúde
López, Laura Cecilia;
Interface - Comunica??o, Saúde, Educa??o , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-32832012005000004
Abstract: the aim of this paper was to reflect on the concept of institutional racism and its appositeness for thinking about brazilian social contexts; and on how this relates to the actions, demands and disputes of the contemporary black movement towards the public authorities. institutional racism acts diffusely within institutions' and organizations' everyday routines, such that it leads to inequality in the distribution of services, benefits and opportunities to different segments of the population, from a racial point of view. this paper indicates that, for institutional racism to be deconstructed, public policies promoting deracialization are needed, as well as academic reflections on how these mechanisms operate. in the healthcare field, they can be assessed as biopower devices, since they manage the population's lives from a racial perspective. there is a requirement for qualitative research with an ethnographic approach that reflects on how these mechanisms operate within institutions' everyday routine.
Guía metodológica para la asistencia a mujeres víctimas de violencia: Una propuesta de indicadores
López Angulo,Laura;
MediSur , 2009,
Abstract: women abuse is an obstacle to achieve equality, development, peace and social inclusion. this is a violation of human rights limiting their personal freedom and annulling their main warranties as their right to have security, integrity and even life. in the 90′ it has been identified as a health problem due to its frequency and severity, its magnitude and influence in health recovery. with the objective of supporting the decrease of this invisible plague from a public health perspective, we considered timely and pertinent to adjust a format of methodological guidelines aimed at setting rules and unifying procedures, including the complexity and implications of violence, based on the needs of each part.
Una apuesta analítica del funcionamiento del dispositivo psi pericial en el campo penal
López Gallego, Laura;
Psicologia & Sociedade , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-71822010000200021
Abstract: the approach made here about the "expert psy assemblage" inserted into the criminal field draws a path of analysis that considers the operation of this assemblage, highlighting the intertwined relationships between the legal and psychological knowledge. to undertake such analysis, specific documents produced by the psy experts, working under the judiciary power in uruguay, are used. the psy practices are understood as the effect of certain historical confluences related to strategies of objectivation, the translation of psy categories in juridical categories, and the incorporation of the logic of individualization as a central point of the "expert psy assemblage". the research question is what allows the incorporation of the "expert psy assemblage" in the criminal field.
Uma Análise das Políticas de Enfrentamento ao HIV/Aids na Perspectiva da Interseccionalidade de Ra?a e Gênero
López, Laura Cecilia;
Saúde e Sociedade , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-12902011000300006
Abstract: this article aims to analyze the hiv/aids policies, particularly campaigns, in the perspective of race and gender intersection. such perspective enables the understanding of how gender oppression and race oppression intersect each other, whereas, on the other hand, political action deconstructs these inequalities and enables the transformation of institutions in the promotion of gender and race equality. the ethnographic data i analyzed were collected during a qualitative research that focused on the actions carried out by organizations of the black movement and on their demands before the public power for participation in the struggle against the spread of the epidemics among the black population of the southern region of brazil. in the first part, i employ the concept of biopower to analyze the relation between race, gender and health. in the second part, i analyze the representations of body and subject activated in two nationwide hiv/aids campaigns centered on the image of a black woman, and the debates they brought about. the analysis reveals the centrality of the body as the expression of the black women movement's political struggle, stressing on and questioning the social vulnerability that results from the impact of biopolitics on the bodies, especially when gender and race are brought together.
Más alla del concepto: desarrollo sostenible
Laura Benavides López
Tecnología en Marcha , 2013,
Abstract: El artículo tiene la finalidad de promover la reflexión con respecto al desarrollo sostenible, como un marco de referencia para el educador, que le permita comprender la Década de la Educación para el Desarrollo Sostenible y la Declaratoria Paz con Naturaleza. La autora describe y reflexiona sobre el concepto, desde una perspectiva basada en la alteridad; por lo tanto, parte de una posición ética donde se potencializa a la persona para que sea constructora del desarrollo sostenible que requiere el país, donde la educación, la justicia social y la democracia conforman la plataforma para el logro de este. Se se alan aspectos fundamentales, como cuál fue el origen de desarrollo sostenible y como está idea se fue encuadrando dentro de una nueva ética centrada en la gente y para la gente. Se parte de que el desarrollo sostenible es un proceso de cambio y de transición hacia nuevas formas de producir, de consumir, pero también hacia nuevas formas de ser. Es un proceso multidimensional y complejo, que debe caracterizarse por su innovación, creatividad y apertura. Sin embargo, la dependencia de la política nacional e internacional de la economía micro y macro, de la cultura regional y global, hacen que el concepto se torne difícil de visualizar como un proceso autóctono y que obedezca a las necesidades reales de las personas y comunidades de un país.
Witnesses Inside/Outside the Stage: The Purpose Of Representing Violence In Edward Bond's Saved (1965) And Sarah Kane's Blasted (1995)
López Pe?a,Laura;
Folios , 2009,
Abstract: in spite of the thirty years span of time between the two productions, edward bond's saved and sarah kane's blasted provoked a similar outburst of reactions when they first opened at the royal court theatre in 1965 and 1995, respectively. depicting various types of violence onstage, the two plays aim at making spectators connect different forms of cruelty so that they can be moved to react against them in real life. in order to do so, both plays highlight the question of witnessing at two levels: on the one hand, at the level of character, the plays portray individuals who witness, suffer and/or inflict brutality, becoming, thus, participants in the ongoing cycles of violence onstage; whereas, on the other hand, at the level of audience, spectators too become direct -and silent- witnesses to the plays and their depicted cruelties, at the same time that they are called to react against the horrors they have experienced in the theatrical fictional world. the aim of this paper is, therefore, to analyze how saved and blasted engage in arising spectators' awareness of their own passivity in front of several forms of violence, and invite their audience to actively denounce not only wars and conflicts taking place in distant places but also in their own immediate surroundings.
Factores socioculturales que influyen en la consolidación de un conglomerado empresarial: el caso del microcluster de herramientas de Caldas
López Posada,Laura Marcela;
Cuadernos de Administración , 2005,
Abstract: this paper presents the results of an investigation into the social and cultural factors that influence the consolidation of business conglomerates. a neo-institutional theoretical perspective is used, combined with the social camp concept, to study the institutional distance and dominant relationships in the conglomerates. these aspects are qualitatively applied to 39 direct interviews with micro-cluster tool-making businesses, retailers and support agencies. the paper concludes that there is an asymmetrical accumulation of specific capital, a variety of organizational subcultures, and a predominance of commercial relationships characterized by subordination and domination, rather than the cooperation and interaction that are vital to a cluster’s success. the results help understand the dynamics and function of clusters, and open a line of socio-cultural investigation of business conglomerates that goes beyond traditional economics.
Witnesses Inside/Outside the Stage: The Purpose Of Representing Violence In Edward Bond's Saved (1965) And Sarah Kane's Blasted (1995) Testigos Dentro/Fuera Del Escenario: El Objetivo De La Representación De La Violencia En Saved (1965) De Edward Bond Y Blasted (1995) De Sarah Kane
Laura López Pe?a
Folios , 2009,
Abstract: In spite of the thirty years span of time between the two productions, Edward Bond's Saved and Sarah Kane's Blasted provoked a similar outburst of reactions when they first opened at the Royal Court Theatre in 1965 and 1995, respectively. Depicting various types of violence onstage, the two plays aim at making spectators connect different forms of cruelty so that they can be moved to react against them in real life. In order to do so, both plays highlight the question of witnessing at two levels: on the one hand, at the level of character, the plays portray individuals who witness, suffer and/or inflict brutality, becoming, thus, participants in the ongoing cycles of violence onstage; whereas, on the other hand, at the level of audience, spectators too become direct -and silent- witnesses to the plays and their depicted cruelties, at the same time that they are called to react against the horrors they have experienced in the theatrical fictional world. The aim of this paper is, therefore, to analyze how Saved and Blasted engage in arising spectators' awareness of their own passivity in front of several forms of violence, and invite their audience to actively denounce not only wars and conflicts taking place in distant places but also in their own immediate surroundings. A pesar de los treinta a os que separan ambas producciones, Saved de Edward Bond y Blasted de Sarah Kane provocaron reacciones similares cuando fueron estrenadas en el Royal Court Theatre en 1965 y 1995, respectivamente. Mediante la representación de varios tipos de violencia en escena, ambas obras pretenden conseguir que sus espectadores establezcan paralelismos entre las situaciones teatrales y las de la vida real para que, finalmente, sean capaces de rechazar la violencia en general y sus distintas manifestaciones en la sociedad. Para lograr este objetivo, tanto Saved como Blasted resaltan la cuestión de testimoniar a dos niveles. Por un lado, a nivel de personaje, ambas obras incluyen individuos que presencian, sufren y/o infligen algún tipo de crueldad y que, por lo tanto, participan en los continuos ciclos de violencia representados en el escenario. Por otro lado, a nivel de espectador, el público se convierte también en un testigo directo -y en un participante silencioso- de la obra y de la violencia que en ella se muestra. El propósito de este ensayo es, pues, analizar cómo Saved y Blasted invitan a sus espectadores a darse cuenta de su propia pasividad ante distintos tipos de injusticias con el objetivo de que éstos, eventualmente, sean capaces de denunciarlas y de actuar contra
Methodological guidelines to assist women victims of violence. Guía metodológica para la asistencia a mujeres víctimas de violencia.
Laura Magda López Angulo
MediSur , 2009,
Abstract: Women abuse is an obstacle to achieve equality, development, peace and social inclusion. This is a violation of human rights limiting their personal freedom and annulling their main warranties as their right to have security, integrity and even life. In the 90′ it has been identified as a health problem due to its frequency and severity, its magnitude and influence in health recovery. With the objective of supporting the decrease of this invisible plague from a Public Health perspective, we considered timely and pertinent to adjust a format of Methodological Guidelines aimed at setting rules and unifying procedures, including the complexity and implications of violence, based on the needs of each part. La violencia hacia la mujer es un obstáculo para el logro de la igualdad, la equidad, el desarrollo, la paz y la participación social. Es una violación de los derechos humanos que limita su libertad personal, nulifica las garantías fundamentales como el derecho a la seguridad, a la integridad e incluso a la vida. Sus raíces son multifactoriales, las componen una diversidad de variables que debemos conocer para comprenderlas y analizarlas. Es multicausal y sus repercusiones son sociales e individuales por lo que su abordaje debe ser multidisciplinar e intersectorial. Es multidimensional por lo que su respuesta debe ser global, sistémica y holística desde la prevención, asistencia y protección hasta su recuperación.
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