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Sarah Maria Forte Diogo,Marli Fantini Scarpelli
Revista Recorte , 2012,
Abstract: This article analyzes the short story "Horse Portrait" (Tutaméia – terceiras estórias, 1967), written by Jo o Guimar es Rosa. We will discuss the relationship of the characterswith reality and representation within the narrative, focusing on the photograph of thehorse and the meanings that are added to it. We will seek to show how the signs in some passages of light and shadow bind to the representation, which destabilizes the most of the other characters and objects depicted. To this end, dialogue with Plato, Merleau-Ponty, Blanchot and Barthes whenever we deem this necessary dialogue.
Sarah Diogo,Marli Scarpelli
Revista Recorte , 2011,
Abstract: This article focuses on two narratives: "Monólogo de Tuquinha Batista" and "O Telegrama de Ataxerxes", both featured in A Morte da Porta-Estandarte, Tati, a Garota e Outras Histórias (1965), a collection of thirteen accounts selected by the writer Aníbal Machado. Driven by dreams of change and improvement in economic conditions and social status, Tuquinha Batista and Ataxerxes behave themselves quite differently towards the state capital and each one set various courses of action, which tells us about the social inclusion of suburbanites and peasants in modernized Brazilian regions.
Polio in Italy
Dynamis , 2012,
Abstract: the history of polio in italy is relatively short because the particular social and demographic history of the country has actually compressed the most dramatic history of the polio epidemic into only 40 years, from the first severe epidemic just before world war ii to the early 1980s, when the epidemic vanished thanks to an effective and country-wide vaccination campaign. the epidemic, however, had a formidable impact on medicine, public health, social attitudes and culture. an analysis of this case study can illustrate the impact of an epidemic of a severe disease on individual and collective life, and at the same time the efficacy of public health measures against it, and the importance of the social structure, state and private, in coping with the consequences of the epidemics. in this period, the attitude towards the handicapped changed from stigma and isolation to social integration, thanks especially to the changes in health legislation, social action and the initiatives of the patient' associations.
The Asset Liability Management in Italian Public Entities
G. Fantini
Journal of Economics, Business and Management , 2014, DOI: 10.7763/joebm.2014.v2.118
Abstract: Modern management of Public Entities is turning increasily to Asset Liability Management. This management can be effectively realized by a set of operations that can be defined as "Debt Restructuring". Financial innovative instruments are playing an increasing role with respect to current debt or will be activated in the near future. Derivatives – such as swaps – and structured finance transactions – such as securitization and project finance –are of considerable importance. The paper analyses the economic effects produced in their accounts and provides useful insights for future administrative regulations regarding acceptable operation for PE.
Linear baroclinic instability in the presence of heat inflow from the lower boundary
M. Fantini
Annales Geophysicae (ANGEO) , 2003,
Abstract: A linear Eady model with a parameterization of heat influx from the lower boundary is studied analytically in order to obtain the characteristics of baroclinic normal modes modified by this non-adiabatic source. The results display a secondary maximum of growth rate at high wave numbers and a range of absolutely unstable waves, thus suggesting that the property observed among mid-latitude explosive cyclones of being near-stationary in the phase of maximum growth may be captured by this representation of the air-sea energy exchange.
Camillo Benso Ballabio (1912 – 1984)
F. Fantini
Reumatismo , 2011, DOI: 10.4081/reumatismo.2004.286
Abstract: The author commemorates, in the 20th year since his death, Camillo Benso Ballabio, unforgettable figure of rheumatologist, renowned clinician, man of great culture. The most important stages of his life are described, by adding to the biographical sketches some quotations that confirm the intellectual depth of such a protagonist of the history of the Italian rheumatology.
Normalized Berkovich spaces and surface singularities
Lorenzo Fantini
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: We define normalized versions of Berkovich spaces over a trivially valued field $k$, obtained as quotients by the action of $\mathbb R_{>0}$ defined by rescaling semivaluations. We associate such a normalized space to any special formal $k$-scheme and prove an analogue of Raynaud's theorem, characterizing categorically the spaces obtained in this way. This construction yields a locally ringed $G$-topological space, which we prove to be locally isomorphic to a Berkovich space over the field $k((t))$ with a $t$-adic valuation. These spaces can be interpreted as non-archimedean models for the links of the singularities of $k$-varieties, and allow to study the birational geometry of $k$-varieties using techniques of non-archimedean geometry available only when working over a field with nontrivial valuation. In particular, we prove that the structure of the normalized non-archimedean links of surface singularities over an algebraically closed field $k$ is analogous to the structure of non-archimedean analytic curves over $k((t))$, and deduce a characterization of the log essential valuations, i.e. those valuations whose center on every log resolution of the given surface is a divisor.
Immunochemical study of Fonsecaea pedrosoi antigens and standardization of serological techniques for chromoblastomycosis
VIDAL M?nica Scarpelli Martinelli
Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de S?o Paulo , 2002,
Informa o e tomada de decis o na clínica odontopediátrica: enfoque bioético
Scarpelli, Ana Carolina et al.
Revista Odonto Ciência , 2007,
Abstract: O respeito à autonomia do paciente implica em informá-lo sobre as propostas de tratamento, benefícios e riscos, de forma que possa compreender e participar ativamente deste processo. Este estudo transversal teve por objetivo verificar o esclarecimento dos responsáveis acerca do tratamento odontológico de suas crian as na faixa etária de 4 a 12 anos, atendidas em um servi o público de Belo Horizonte. Ademais, desejou-se avaliar a participa o dos mesmos na decis o do tratamento. A amostra constituiu-se de 63 responsáveis, os quais foram abordados por meio de uma entrevista utilizando-se um formulário estruturado. Para análise estatística adotou-se o teste qui-quadrado e o teste exato de Fisher com 5% de significancia através do programa SPSS 10. 0. Os resultados revelaram que 79,4% dos responsáveis confirmaram o recebimento de informa es sobre o tratamento proposto para a sess o, sendo tal informa o considerada satisfatória. Em rela o ao autojulgamento, 93,7% dos entrevistados declararam ter conhecimento acerca do tratamento que estava sendo executado pelo cirurgi o-dentista, e 60,3% declararam ter participado do processo de decis o. Entretanto, quando questionados sobre qual o procedimento executado, 30,2% dos responsáveis acertaram. N o houve diferen a estatisticamente significativa quando se associou a variável esclarecimento e as variáveis idade (p = 0,355), grau de parentesco (p = 0,747), nível de escolaridade (p = 0,472) e nível econ mico dos responsáveis (p = 0,725). Desta forma, concluiu-se que a maioria dos entrevistados n o estava devidamente esclarecida quanto ao tratamento odontológico realizado em seu menor, assumindo uma postura passiva frente ao profissional. Sugeriu-se, portanto que, os responsáveis n o exerceram de forma satisfatória a sua autonomia.
Numerical study of two-dimensional moist symmetric instability
M. Fantini ,P. Malguzzi
Advances in Geosciences (ADGEO) , 2008,
Abstract: The 2-D version of the non-hydrostatic fully compressible model MOLOCH developed at ISAC-CNR was used in idealized set-up to study the start-up and finite amplitude evolution of symmetric instability. The unstable basic state was designed by numerical integration of the equation which defines saturated equivalent potential vorticity qe*. We present the structure and growth rates of the linear modes both for a supersaturated initial state ("super"-linear mode) and for a saturated one ("pseudo"-linear mode) and the modifications induced on the base state by their finite amplitude evolution.
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