Rogerio Haesbaert é um geógrafo humano Brasileiro focado nos conceitos de território e Niterói: EdUFF. (reedição amplamente reformulada: Editora da UFF, ). Territórios Alternativos. São Paulo e Niterói: Editora Contexto e EdUFF, HaesbaertEl Mito de La Desterritorializacion. January 4 f)F1 "FIN DE LOS TERRITORIOS" A LA MULTITERRITORIALIDAD Rogério. Haesbaert () comenta a amplitude do conceito de território, que é central para a .. o aumento de alternativas de formação continuada de professores e de.
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ROGERIO-HAESBAERT-TERRITORIOS-ALTERNATIVOS-CAPITULO-ESCALAS echecs16.info Uploaded by Cleide Euclides Assunção. Save. Cidades, Comunidades e Territórios, 37 (Dec/), pp. 16 - ISSN: .. of fixed objects and actions (Santos, a; Haesbaert, ). It is endowed with .. Caminhos Alternativos à. Espetacularização das. PDF | This article aims to discuss the conception and development of the Rural Territory of Mid- Araguaia, located in the western region of the state of Haesbaert () draws attention to the existence of two Territórios Alternativos.
These teachers' experiences take place in a context that has moved Special Education towards inclusive education. Qualitative data was collected using semi-structured interviews in which six teachers from a private school participated, as well as and document analysis. These are marked by changes in practices, concepts, codes, and knowledge, which altogether led to the formation of new territories. Os dados foram coletados por meio de entrevistas semiestruturadas, realizadas com seis professoras da escola. Para ele, a territorialidade "reflete a multidimensionalidade do 'vivido' territorial, pelos membros de uma coletividade, pelas sociedades em geral" RAFFESTIN, , p.
During the s one way for homeland political groups such as the Herri Batasuna the radical left wing party of that time to communicate with the diaspora was through sending e-mails and publications to the Euskal Etxeak and for it to then be distributed among members.
Yet, there were many times the material was simply deleted or destroyed by the then PNV-led clubs. The change in rhetoric of the New Left to class struggle and class identity rather than ethnic and cultural struggle and identity was not well received by Basques who had not lived in the provinces perhaps for decades.
This triggered consistent pressure from local governments, some with ties to the Spanish Francoist regime or the previous democratic regime. This divisiveness, in my understanding, cannot be read in white and black tones. That is to say, it is not much about being in favour or against ETA, but about perceiving to be utilized so overtly for political partisan purposes, which defy, somehow, the defining nature of many of the diaspora associations: inclusiveness, openness, and, in theory, non-partisan allegiances and apolitical principles.
These divisions tend to neutralize any preconceived interpretation of the diaspora as a homogeneous and passive entity.
It shows that the Basque diaspora is as plural, even politically, as the Basque homeland society itself. Worldwide attention to the plight of the Basques as an oppressed people lent credence and justification for ETA actions.
However, soon media coverage focused on ETA activities themselves, not the rationale or objectives behind them, leading host-country populations to equate Basques with violence and terrorism, a burden that diaspora Basques everywhere have had to carry. On the other hand, most of the solidarity work towards political prisoners was made by organisations and individuals outside the Euskal Etxeak, meaning that the sensitive political issues, especially those that are not of the interest of the PNV leaders, were left outside the Basque clubs.
This history of conflicts, ruptures and ideological disputes of a diaspora can be traced back to the first years of Europe's maritime explorations. The Basque clubs were initially safe heavens and aid centres for Basques as they were able also to promote their language, culture, dances—their identity— to younger generations.
They were also a place for those who were born in the Basque Country and needed to feel at home and among equals.
The first tensions came soon; in some cases, such as the Euskal Etxea of Montevideo, just a few years after its foundations. Basques who felt more Spanish ended up founding their own clubs, in some cases also Basques from the French side Iparralde or from Navarre sought to create their own institutions.
Once one party was illegalized by the Spanish justice system, another came to life. Then, new nationalists emerged with new ideas and a different view of the needs of the Basque Country and its independence process. Instead, they can acquire information directly from Basque sources and even create a dual or multi-communication channel. With the process of the ending of ETA, and in the midst of a long process of disarmament and international verification despite the lack of interest on the side of the Spanish government , Basque diaspora tends to change once again with the influx of migrants escaping the deteriorating economic conditions of Europe and more specifically of Spain and the Basque Country.
It is interesting to keep in mind that two common traits among most of the Basque waves have been economic hardship and political oppression. El caso vasco" in F.
Ortega Torres Eds. They are also autonomous and in constant evolution which reflects the complicated and special relationship between homeland and a diaspora, which is a living organism and with the Euskal Etxeak as its nerve centre.
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Basque diaspora: migration and transnational identity. Systematic reviews: CRD's guidance for undertaking reviews in health care.
Lancet Infect Dis ; A narrative analysis of each category was performed. As simply describing the studies is not enough to carry out a narrative synthesis, we adopted a textual approach that analyzes the associations implied in each study and the ones between studies, as well as an overall assessment of evidence rigorousness Following international guidelines for systematic review reporting, we also organized tables to provide a descriptive summary of the findings and explain study characteristics.
Sections below will approach all SDH. The description of articles and its corresponding goals and SDH is in Table 1. Out of 60 articles, 35 Thumbnail Table 1 Studies included in the systematic review according to year, author s , title, goals, and socio-environmental determinants of health SDH.
A total of 17 studies did not define themselves as ecological, but their characteristics were based on ecological design. Only four articles Salama P. Frontera Norte ; Understanding the uneven distribution of the incidence of homicide in Latin America.
Int J Epidemiol ; Phebo L, Moura AT. Urban violence: a challenge for pediatricians. J Pediatr Rio J. Based on our appraisal, no studies were considered of low or very low quality. Territory Issues concerning territory were the most common out of all SDH. For this review, the adopted concept of territory was that of a human and social construct that could be obtained from geographic occupation, or as a symbolic appropriation based on the identity of cultural groups that create the environment where they live Haesbaert R.
Several studies included analyses of specific territories. Homicide and impunity: an ecological analysis at state level in Brazil. Perova E, Reynolds SA. Women's police stations and intimate partner violence: evidence from Brazil. Soc Sci Med ; Cerqueira D, Soares RR. The welfare cost of homicides in Brazil: accounting for heterogeneity in the willingness to pay for mortality reductions.
Health Econ ; Molinatti F, Acosta LD. Trends in mortality by assault in women in selected countries of Latin America, Determinants of homicides in the state of Bahia, Brazil, in Rev Bras Epidemiol ; Racial disparities in life expectancy in Brazil: challenges from a multiracial society. Am J Public Health ; The statistics of urban scaling and their connection to Zipf's law.
PLoS One ; 7:e Violence and injuries in Brazil: the effect, progress made, and challenges ahead. Lancet ; Soares Filho AM. Rev Bras Estud Popul ; Homicides in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: an analysis of lethal violence. Puxa vida!
Como mostra a fala da professora Regina: Ela precisa expandir um pouco mais o trabalho. Regimento escolar. Governador Valadares, Papirus, Rio de Janeiro: Vozes, Bertrand Brasil, Como fazer? Moderna,