This essay problematizes the actions to promote research that have been carried out by the public authorities, in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic. The essay points out the need to face actions from a multidisciplinary perspective, trying to point out the role that can be fulfilled by the Humanities.
The aim of this essay is to address the advance of poverty and social inequality in the world, and in particular in the Latin American region, arising from the effects of the Covid-19 crisis, in the face of new debates of the Social Welfare State. The global crisis caused by the new coronavirus pandemic will drive millions of people into poverty and should leave a greater trail in social inequality. Given that in order to contain the advance of the pandemic, governments have adopted policies of social isolation, which has consequently triggered the paralysis of global economic activities. These measures have favored the weakening of global supply chains, creating impacts between supply and demand, which in turn have generated uncertainties about income and employment. As a result, world economies are vulnerable to the advance of poverty, significantly increasing differences in social classes, especially in developing countries.
Contributors:SENHORAS, Cândida Alzira Bentes de Magalhães
This study emerges as a continuation of specialized researches in the juvenile public, the application of the Statute of Child and Adolescent (ECA), and the context of this occurrence in the state of Roraima, a triple border location (Guyana, Venezuela and Brazil), located in the extreme north of Brazil, given the current scenario of systemic violence in the country which affects children and young people. In this sense, the objective of this essay is to make the profiling of children and adolescents, victims of violence in the state of Roraima, through a descriptive and exploratory study with a qualitative and quantitative approach.
This study aims to find out (1) the program of implementing Sufism values in the moral development of santri at Miftahul Huda Islamic Boarding School, Gading Malang; (2) the process of implementing Sufism values in the moral development of santri at Miftahul Huda Gading Malang Islamic Boarding School; and (3) the success of Sufism values in the moral development of santri at Miftahul Huda Islamic Boarding School, Gading Malang. The type of study is a case study with the qualitative method. The data collection uses the method of observation, interviews, and documentation. As for the data analysis using a case study qualitative analysis. The results show that the implementing Sufism values in the moral development of santri Miftahul Huda Islamic Boarding School have three programs: (1) Diniyah formal namely Madrasah Matholiul Huda with the Sufism curriculum that obligatory follow for every santri; (2) Nonformal learning namely cottage learning in outside the formal time which took place in the mosque, hall and in the house of the caregiver; (3) Tariqat namely tariqat qodiriyah wa naqsabandiyah followed only by santri who fulfilled the requirements. While the process of implementing the values of Sufism in the moral development of santri at Miftahul Huda Islamic Boarding School (a) through habituation of dhikr to fard prayer, (b) uswatun hasanah or caregiver status, (c) tasawuf through education, and (d) tariqat. The success implementing Sufism values in the moral development of santri Miftahul Huda Islamic Boarding School is characterized by changes in santri’s behavior and attitudes or can be judged by the evaluation of Bloom, namely cognitive, affective, and psychomotor.
This work problematizes contemporary discourses on dictatorship in Brazil. It seeks to analyze how the past is elaborated, concealing traumatic events for the most diverse reasons. Certain speeches have been consolidated affirming that it is "wrong" to speak of dictatorship due to the "revanchist" discourses that would be trying to open a closed wound again. Through the “democratic transition” these wounds would have been closed and, more than that, the whole past would have been overcome. However, a multiplicity of speeches and memories persist across society today.
This study aims to analyze efforts to improve science learning outcomes of mechanical energy materials through cooperative learning of Student Team Achievement Division (STAD) model in class VIII students of SMP Negeri 2 Liliriaja, Soppeng Regency. This research is a classroom action research using a qualitative approach, the researcher acts as a teacher who works to collect and analyze data. The results showed that the cooperative learning of STAD model in learning science of mechanical energy material was carried out through seven stages, namely preparation of learning, presentation of material, study in groups, examination of group learning outcomes, working on individual tests, examination tests, and group awards. In the first learning cycle, learning completeness criteria do not meet the performance indicators. After going through the second learning cycle, students are more active in learning participation, students are more enthusiastic in group discussions and class discussions, student understanding increases in answering tests verbally and in writing, increase student responses to learning, and also increases learning achievement. Because learning objectives have been achieved, the learning is considered successful and it was concluded that the cooperative learning of Student Team Achievement Division (STAD) model can improve students' science learning outcomes in class VIII of SMP Negeri 2 Liliriaja, Soppeng Regency
Contributors:REZENDE, Adriano Alves de, MARCELINO, Jose Antonio, MIYAJI, Mauren
Covid-19's entry into the country triggered a series of effects on the productive sectors and the economy. Social isolation brought uncertainty about the future and made people rethink their entire way of consuming (how much, where, how and why). This fact has been generating repercussions on sales and revenues for companies that had to seek new strategies to market their products and guarantee income for maintaining their businesses during and after the pandemic. The aim of this paper is to discuss these strategies through the limitations imposed by social isolation. Thus, a qualitative analysis was performed using bibliographic and documentary research to support the study. An above-average growth of new e-commerce users and the use of collaborative strategies between small business owners and large virtual retail chains was identified to help boost sales for both in this pandemic period. If the strategy remains advantageous, as has been shown so far, there is a strong tendency to maintain these collaborations in the post-pandemic period.
Contributors:Yamada, Aiki, Nguyen, Dai D., Eguchi, Katsuyuki
Yamada, Aiki, Nguyen, Dai D., Eguchi, Katsuyuki (2020): Unveiling the morphology of the Oriental rare monotypic ant genus Opamyrma YAMANE, BUI & EGUCHI, 2008 (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Leptanillinae) and its evolutionary implications, with first descriptions of the male, larva, tentorium, and sting apparatus. Myrmecological News 30: 27-52, DOI: 10.25849/myrmecol.news_030:027
Contributors:Jones, Brant, Aleksandrov, Aleksandr, Dyar, M. Darby, Hibbitts, Charles K., Orlando, Thomas M.
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Contributors:SOUSA JÚNIOR, Arnóbio Rodrigues de, OLIVEIRA, Jaiane Araújo
This text recovers Marxism in order to give rise to a sociological reflection on the despair of political and ecological awareness in times of pandemic and dialogues with the field of politics, as an essential category to think about a macro scale of the society in which we are inserted. Given how the dialectic and the Marxist maxim, it returns a theoretical-methodological perspective of Marxism as a scientific field of historical-ontological nature that is part of a materialist exhibition of history as a point of analysis of reality. Unquestionably, this epistemological field of knowledge contributes to the philosophical political formation in addition to the answers about our implications in curbing the political-pedagogical discussion in capitalist society.