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A experiência, o corpo e a memória na escola-reflex es no ensino das artes visuais para crian as/Experience, body and memory in school-reflections on the teaching visual for children
Maristani Polidori Zamperetti
Reflex?o & A??o , 2011,
Abstract: Resumo A separa o corpo e espírito, corpo e mente vivenciada pela cultura ocidental perpetua a nega o da corporeidade e de sua express o, acompanhando e promovendo asepara o e o distanciamento entre o observado e o observador, entre o Homem e a Natureza. O corpo, que tem sido esquecido pelos adultos na escola, é objeto de aprendizagens e conhecimento para as crian as. Contrariando as formas convencionais educativas, o corpo precisa conquistar e ocupar outros espa os escolares, potencializando a materializa o de nossos quereres e devires no mundo. Procurandoentender as quest es da corporeidade, da memória e da Arte na escola realizei experiências de ensino com pesquisa (2007 a 2009), com alunos do Ensino Fundamental, na disciplina de Artes Visuais, numa escola de Pelotas, RS. Procurei, através do processo artístico do desenho com giz no ch o, possibilitar vivências de ser no espa o e n o de estar nele, como o proposto por Merleau-Ponty (1989). Nas produ es artísticas que fizeram com o corpo e na forma de atua o e movimenta o corporal no pátio da escola, as crian as reafirmaram a proposi o do autor. As crian as se formam no espa o psíquico de sua cultura, em contato com as pessoas e com as propostas pedagógicas que circulam no ambiente escolar. Assim, existindo na experiência, os alunos tornam-se pertencentes a uma determinada cultura produzida nomomento em que efetivamente a experienciaram, de acordo com as rela es que estabeleceram entre si mesmos, com os colegas e professora. Apoiando-me em Brand o (2008), Josso (2004) e Maturana (2004) almejo refletir sobre as quest es da experiência e memória, temas considerados relevantes para o questionamento da forma o docente e das práticas de ensino em Artes Visuais. Abstract The separation of body and spirit, body and mind experienced by western culture perpetuates denial of embodiment and expression, following and promoting the separation and estrangement between the observed and observer, between Man and Nature. The body, which has been forgotten by the adults at school, is the object of knowledge and learning for children. Contrary to conventional educational forms, the body needs to take and hold other school spaces, increasing the materialization of our desires and possibilities of becoming the world. Trying to understand the issues of embodiment and the Arts at school realized experiences of teaching with research(2007-2009), with students of elementary school of Pelotas, Brazil, in the discipline of Visual Arts. I looked through the artistic process of drawing with chalk on the floor, enabling
Defining the vital condition for organ donation
Rinaldo Bellomo, Nereo Zamperetti
Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine , 2007, DOI: 10.1186/1747-5341-2-27
Abstract: In the last 40 years, transplantation has become an effective therapy for end-stage organ failure. The vast majority of viable organs are retrieved from patients who, according to the dead donor rule, are considered to be dead because of irreversible cessation of either cardiac and respiratory function or all brain function [1]. Unfortunately, the definition of the vital status of organ donors has been challenged both for donation after cardiac death (DCD) [2-4] and for brain death (BD) [5-7]As for DCD, Verheijde and colleagues now propose a "paradigm change to ensure the legitimacy of DCD practice", which should include societal and legal abandonment of the dead donor rule and mandated choice in order to promote individual participation and to specify personal decision about organ donation [8]. This approach requires careful consideration and discussion.The proposal of abandonment of the dead donor rule, "a switch in the ethics of organ procurement from donor beneficence to autonomy and non maleficence", is not new. As for BD, Truog proposed redefining the condition permitting the retrieval of vital organs in terminal but still living persons: "This alternative [ethical framework] is based not on brain death and the dead-donor rule, but on the ethical principles of non-maleficence (the duty not to harm, or primum non nocere) and respect for persons. We propose that individuals who desire to donate their organs and who are either neurologically devastated or imminently dying should be allowed to donate their organs, without first being declared dead. Advantages of this approach are that (unlike the dead-donor rule) it focuses on the most salient ethical issues at stake, and (unlike the concept of brain death) it avoids conceptual confusion and inconsistencies" [7].We believe that the societal acceptability of such position remains questionable.The main problem is that this position is still based on the strict dichotomy between life and death, according to which, if
Avoparcin Supplementation of Italian Friesian Dairy Cows Diet: Effects on Milk Quality
Paolo Polidori
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012,
Abstract: To evaluate the effects on milk quality of supplementary Avoparcin in the diet, 40 Italian Friesian dairy cows were divided into two homogeneous groups, the treated one fed with Avoparcin added to a mineral-vitaminic premix, the control one fed with the same premix without Avoparcin. The trial lasted 60 days after two adapting weeks; each cow of the treated group received 120 mg daily of Avoparcin during the treatment period. No differences were found beetwen the two groups of cows for the following parameters: milk yield, total protein, fat, somatic cells and total bacterial count, while in the milk of the treated group lactose content was significantly (p<0.001) higher. After 45 days of treatment, trans isomers fatty acid content significantly increased (p<0.05) in the milk of the treated group, and particularly trans-vaccenic acid. Also some unsaturated fatty acids (linoleic and linolenic acid) significantly increased (p<0.05) their concentrations in milk fat of cows fed with Avoparcin supplementation.
Sviluppo, ambiente, territorio: il metodo produttivo biologico
Roberto Polidori
Aestimum , 2003,
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I nuovi estimi catastali: problematiche ed innovazioni
F. Polidori
Aestimum , 1998,
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Analisi della produzione e consumo della carne di coniglio: un modello di equilibrio parziale
Roberto Polidori
Aestimum , 2004,
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Antioxidant Micronutrients in the Prevention of Age-related Diseases
Polidori M
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 2003,
Abstract: The role and functions of antioxidant micronutrients such as ascorbate (vitamin C), a-tocopherol (vitamin E) and carotenoids that are provided through the diet in aging and in the prevention of age-related diseases are discussed in the present work. In general, a healthy lifestyle involving regular exercise and avoidance of tobacco or alcohol abuse are the key to the prevention of several age-related diseases including cardiovascular diseases, dementia and cancer. A balanced and regular nutrition with at least five portions of fruit and vegetables per day is a critical constituent of such a healthy lifestyle.
Elsa Rodríguez Cidre. Cautivas Troyanas. El mundo femenino fragmentado en las tragedias de Eurípides. Ediciones del Copista, Córdoba, 2010, 392 pp
Deidamia Sofía Zamperetti Martín
Synthesis (La Plata) , 2012,
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Effects of Low Voltage Electrical Stimulation of Wether Lambs Carcasses
P. Polidori,F. Fantuz,F. Polidori
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012,
Abstract: Forty crossbred wether lambs, yielding carcasses with a mean weight of 40 kg, were slaughtered, exsanguinated and divided into two groups. The first twenty lambs were electrically stimulated five minutes after slaughtering (50 Volts, 60 Hz frequency, 60 sec) the second group was used as an unstimulated control. All the carcasses were stored in a cold room at a temperature of 1 C. The internal temperature and the pH values of the Longissimus thoracis (LT) muscle was measured in all the carcasses at 1, 3, 6, 10 and 24 h after slaughtering. Twenty-four h after slaughtering, from all the carcasses, 150 g of muscle LT were excised for palatability tests and for shear force value determination. Stimulation caused a significant (P<0.05) acceleration of glycolysis at 1 and 3 h after slaughtering compared with that in unstimulated carcasses. No significant differences were found between control and treated group as regard flavour desirability, overall palatability and overall tenderness.
A vida como ela é...: imagens do casamento e do amor em Nelson Rodrigues
Zechlinski, Beatriz Polidori;
Cadernos Pagu , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-83332007000200016
Abstract: this paper discusses gender relations in the fifties, through a dialogue between the notes of studies of history and gender representations in nelson rodrigues?s five stories, published in the column a vida como ela é... [life as it is?] (1951-1961). it intended to relate man?s and woman?s images, as well as that of marriage and of love present in the discourses in society and in the social imaginary and images produced by fiction, aiming at understanding their character and their role in the conflicts that involved love relationships.
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