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Traduzindo o debate: o uso da categoria gênero na pesquisa histórica
Pedro, Joana Maria;
História (S?o Paulo) , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-90742005000100004
Abstract: in the present article categories of analysis such as "woman", "women", "gender" and "sex" are historicized through a dialogue with the history of the women, feminists, gays and lesbians social movements. although they are categories used in an interdisciplinary mode, we chiefly focus on their employment by historians through a review of what has been published on the matter. the theories are discussed and an overview on how such categories of analysis have been constituted and questioned is presented, in an instructive way, to students and researchers.
A experiência com contraceptivos no Brasil: uma quest?o de gera??o
Pedro, Joana Maria;
Revista Brasileira de História , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-01882003000100010
Abstract: through the recollection of two women's generation, this text intends to focus on how the contraceptive method experience was lived in brazil and the great shift, which occurred from the sixties, with the launching of the contraceptive pills trade. i also intend to compare to the same happenings in france.
Narrativas fundadoras do feminismo: poderes e conflitos (1970-1978)
Pedro, Joana Maria;
Revista Brasileira de História , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-01882006000200011
Abstract: the way the 'second wave' feminism re-emergence was defined in the seventies, in brazil, reflects interpretations that come from different places. the narrative of 'origin' of this feminism was result of contests of power among diverse feminists groups and among these and the diverse characters involved in the fight against the military dictatorship, present in the country between 1964 and 1985. the dichotomy between "general fights versus specific fights", in one side, and "true feminists versus not-feminists" in the other side, present in these contests, talks about powers and conflicts. i intend to discuss, in this article, the invention of these origins and their contests for power.
Militancia feminista e academia: sobrevivência e trabalho voluntário
Pedro, Joana Maria;
Revista Estudos Feministas , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-026X2008000100008
Abstract: the continuation of an academic journal in brazil depends on financial and institutional support in addition to the -sometimes overwhelming- editors' hard work. revista estudos feministas, at once an academic and an activist journal, has had the participation of many unpaid collabo-rators. this article discusses the journal's continuation possibilities, the difficulties it faces when it is identified by many as an activist journal, although it gets voluntary support for the same reason.
A experiência com contraceptivos no Brasil: uma quest o de gera o
Pedro Joana Maria
Revista Brasileira de História , 2003,
Abstract: Através da memória de duas gera es de mulheres, este texto pretende focalizar a maneira como foi vivida no Brasil a experiência com métodos contraceptivos, e a grande mudan a que ocorreu, a partir dos anos 60, com o início do comércio das pílulas anticoncepcionais. Pretendo também fazer compara es com o mesmo acontecimento ocorrido na Fran a.
Michelle Perrot: a grande mestra da História das Mulheres
Pedro Joana Maria
Revista Estudos Feministas , 2003,
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Um olhar feminino sobre o anarquismo?
PEDRO JOANA MARIA
Revista Estudos Feministas , 2001,
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As mulheres e a separa o das esferas
Joana Maria Pedro
Diálogos , 2010, DOI: 10.4025/dialogos.v4i1.276
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Put Yourself in My Shoes: Perspectives of Adolescents about What Makes an Obesity Intervention Effective  [PDF]
Ana Prioste, Helena Fonseca, Pedro Sousa, Pedro Gaspar, Rita Francisco, Maria do Céu Machado
Health (Health) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/health.2015.714201
Abstract: Purpose: This study aims to investigate the adolescents’ perspectives about 1) the changing process promoted by a weight management program; 2) the factors which may act as facilitators and barriers to obesity management; 3) the strategies that should be included in order to design a successful weight management program. Methods: Data were collected by in-depth interviews and focus group discussions with 16 overweight adolescents, aged 12 - 18 years. Thematic analysis was used for analysing the data. Results: Findings suggest that attributions (internal and external), functions (barriers and facilitators) and perceptual changes (lifestyle and body and mind changes) play distinct roles in the changing process. Interactions recognized as high quality ones, acquisition of new knowledge and competencies and encouragement throughout the process, were identified as facilitators. Negative patterns of interaction, collection of anthropometric data and internal resistances, were identified as barriers. The relevance of developing systemic interventions including family and peers, and the use of Information and Communication Technologies were highlighted. Conclusion: This study aims to contribute for a deeper understanding of the factors and processes behind adherence to weight management. Implications for the design of future more effective strategies and implementation of appropriate interventions are discussed.
Natural History and Treatment of Brown’s Syndrome: Long-Term Experience  [PDF]
Pedro Filipe Rodrigues, Raquel Seldon, Gabriela Varandas, Maria Lourdes Vieira
Open Journal of Ophthalmology (OJOph) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojoph.2018.84027
Abstract: Purpose: Brown’s Syndrome (BS) is a restrictive strabismus characterized by a limitation of elevation in adduction. Several etiologies have been described, usually involving the superior oblique muscle. Spontaneous improvement has been reported in several studies, so surgery is reserved for a minority of cases. Our purpose is to review the characteristics, natural history and treatment of this pathology and present the experience of the Instituto de Oftalmologia Dr. Gama Pinto (IOGP). Methods: A consecutive retrospective series of BS patients seen at the Strabismus Department of IOGP between 1983 and 2014 was reviewed. All patients with complete clinical data were included in this study. The epidemiologic characteristics, clinical features, treatment, and clinical progression were reviewed. Results: Thirty-nine cases were selected, with a mean age at first diagnosis of 6.5 years. Of the thirty-nine cases, 6 were iatrogenic and the remainder idiopathic. Thirty-six cases were followed for a mean period of 6.1 years. Surgical intervention for BS was performed in 11 patients, using different approaches. Of these, 9 cases were considered successful. The remaining 25 cases were kept under observation without surgery, of which 17 showed spontaneous improvement and the other 7 remained unchanged. Conclusions: The surgical success rate was 82%, which demonstrates the good efficacy of the surgery despite the complexity and variety of pathophysiological mechanisms of the syndrome. In the patients kept under observation there was spontaneous improvement in 68%, confirming that a conservative approach seems to be adequate in most cases.
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