quinta-feira, 27 de junho de 2013

V Simpósio Nacional de Cultura Corporal e Povos Indígenas - I Seminário Internacional de Educação Física, Esportes e Comunidades Tradicionais

Socializamos o V Simpósio Nacional de Cultura Corporal e Povos Indígenas - I Seminário Internacional de Educação Física, Esportes e Comunidades Tradicionais
Um projeto construído em parceria das UFES, UFMT e UEM/UEL, e demais parceiros que trabalham com a temática indígena e viabilizam este evento no Brasil.

O link para inscrição de trabalhos está na página do Colégio de Ciências do Esporte, nosso parceiro neste evento:


O evento realizado no CEFD/UFES no período de 9 a 12 de Outubro de 2013 está também divulgado na página da instituição:http://www.cefd.ufes.br/

Para mais informações, os contatos podem ser via email: simp.vitoria2013@hotmail.com

Observo que as passagens aéreas estão em promoção.


Beleni Grando - J. Luiz (DOSANJOS) - Larissa Lara

sexta-feira, 14 de junho de 2013

" O Bumba Meu Boi como Fenômeno Estético: Corpo, Estética e Educação"

Lançamento do livro " O Bumba Meu Boi como Fenômeno Estético: Corpo, Estética e Educação" de Raimundo Nonato, Universidade Federal do Maranhão, no dia 20 de junho, às 18 h no mini auditório 1 do Centro Pedagógico Paulo Freire.

Maiores informações:http://portais.ufma.br/PortalUfma/paginas/noticias/noticia.jsf?id=41784

Special Issue: Children and Young People's Politics in Everyday Life (Space and Polity 2013, 17:1)

Dear All,

You might interested in this newly published special issue on children, young people and politics. If you cannot access the journal, Space and Polity, do get in touch direct with the authors listed below.

Best wishes
Tracey Skelton
Department o Geography
National University of Singapore

Special Issue: Children and Young People's Politics in Everyday Life (Space and Polity 2013, 17:1)

This special issue addresses several eminent themes in contemporary research on youthful politics. The individual articles work to pinpoint the specificity of children and young people’s political agencies, roles and action, as well as politics as an unquestionable element of all human life including childhood and youth. All papers study contextual youthful political agency, yet stress different aspects and emphasise specific questions as they arise in particular empirical contexts. Differently aged and situated children and young people are appreciated as agents with pasts, presents and futures, their political lives are interpreted as spatially grounded, and their development and action is politicised on various theoretical grounds. Besides producing new knowledge on children and young people’s lived worlds, these papers reflect on the meanings of ‘the political’ in different contexts of childhood and youth and provide an important gateway between the sub-disciplinary discussion and the more generic study of spatial politics. As a follow-up to the 2003 Space and Polity special issue (by Philo & Smith) this collection provides an overview on developments in the research area during the past decade.

List of authors

Kirsi Pauliina Kallio & Jouni Häkli: Editorial
Ann E. Bartos : Friendship and Environmental Politics in Childhood
Katharyne Mitchell & Sarah Elwood: Intergenerational Mapping and the Cultural Politics of Memory
David Jones Marshall: ‘All the Beautiful Things’: Trauma, Aesthetics and the Politics of Palestinian Childhood
Sofia Cele: Performing the Political through Public Space: Teenage Girls' Everyday Use of a City Park
Lynn A. Staeheli , Kafui Attoh & Don Mitchell: Contested Engagements: Youth and the Politics of Citizenship
Fazeeha Azmi , Cathrine Brun & Ragnhild Lund: Young People's Everyday Politics in Post-conflict Sri Lanka
Tracey Skelton: Young People, Children, Politics and Space: A Decade of Youthful Political Geography Scholarship 2003–13
Chris Philo & Fiona Smith: The Child-Body-Politic: Afterword on ‘Children and Young People's Politics in Everyday Life’

Infâncias indígenas: diversidade, dignidade e igualdade de direitos

Na América Latina vivem mais 12,8 milhões de crianças indígenas, das quais 60% residem em zonas rurais. Independentemente do território em que habitam, suas condições de vida estão marcadas por profundas iniqüidades e contínuas violações de direitos. Enquanto 63% das crianças de nosso continente sofrem algum tipo de pobreza, as taxas referentes à infância indígena são ainda mais alarmantes, alcançando 88%. Neste contexto, a Equidade para a Infância considera fundamental abordar as causas das iniqüidades que afetam a infância indígena, assim como a diversidade de suas práticas culturais e modos de vida, com vistas a fortalecer processos e políticas de reconhecimento e igualdade.
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por Ricardo Amorin - pesquisador GRUPEGI


Dear All,

I would like to inform you that FQS 14(2) is available online (see http://www.qualitative-research.net/index.php/fqs/issue/view/43 for the current issue and http://www.qualitative-research.net/index.php/fqs/issue/archive for former issues). FQS 14(2) provides a collection of single contributions as well as articles belonging to the FQS Debates on "Quality of Qualitative Research" and "Teaching and Learning Qualitative Methods," to FQS Reviews, and to FQS Conferences. All in all, 45 authors from 12 countries contributed to FQS 14(2).

The articles are dealing with a variety of methodological and methodical topics (coding, interviews, observation, the use of CAQDAS, visual methods, narrative methods, discourse analysis, translation, data preservation and re-use, qualitative research and "big data") and are providing results from empirical research (on aging, school-to-work transitions, homosexuality in rural settings, self injury, seizure experiences, to mention just a few).

A) FQS 14(2)
B) Inside FQS
C) Conferences and Workshops
D) Links
E) Open Access News

Enjoy reading!
Katja Mruck

Ps: FQS is an open-access journal, so all articles are available free of charge (see http://open-access.net/de_en/homepage/ for additional information about open access). This newsletter is sent to 17,641 registered readers; registered readers can comment on each article online.

A) FQS 14(2)

*** Single Contributions

Paul G. Dempster (UK), David K. Woods (USA), John Wright (UK): Using CAQDAS in the Analysis of Foundation Trust Hospitals in the National Health Service: Mustard Seed Searches as an Aid to Analytic Efficiency

Cigdem Esin, Corinne Squire (UK): Visual Autobiographies in East London: Narratives of Still Images, Interpersonal Exchanges, and Intrapersonal Dialogues

Valerie Anne Featherstone, Anna Sandfield (UK): The Coconut Day: A Poetic Interpretation of Seizure Experiences

Nora Gaupp (Germany): School-to-Work Transitions -- Findings from Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches in Youth Transition Research

Jochen Glaeser (Germany), Grit Laudel (The Netherlands): Life With and Without Coding: Two Methods for Early-Stage Data Analysis in Qualitative Research Aiming at Causal Explanations

Stefanie Graefe (Germany): Taming the Subject: A Qualitative Study of the Experience of Aging

Benno Herzog (Spain): Exclusion in (?) the Discourse. Discursive Exclusion and the Latest Sociological Research on Discourses

Kip Jones, Lee-Ann Fenge, Rosie Read, Marilyn Cash (UK): Collecting Older Lesbians' and Gay Men's Stories of Rural Life in South West England and Wales: "We Were Obviously Gay Girls ... (So) He Removed His Cow From Our Field"

Hanspeter Mathys, Lina Arboleda, Valerie Boucsein, Michael Frei, Marie-Luise Hermann, Marc Luder, Marius Neukom, Brigitte Boothe (Switzerland): Alexandra: A Qualitative, Multi-Perspective, Single Case Study of Patients' Concerns in a Psychodynamic First Interview

Hemma Mayrhofer, Anna Schachner (Austria): Participatory Photo Interviews in Evaluation Practice: Possibilities and Limitations of Working with Elaborate Qualitative Methods Using the Example of a Project Evaluation in the Field of Disability

Gabriela Rubilar (Chile): Social Work Research Techniques, Testimonies, and Analysis: A Narrative-Biographical Approach

Yukari Seko (Canada): Picturesque Wounds: A Multimodal Analysis of Self-Injury Photographs on Flickr

Elizabeth Sharp, Genevieve Durham DeCesaro (USA): What Does Rejection Have to Do With It? Toward an Innovative, Kinesthetic Analysis of Qualitative Data

Zoran Slavnic (Sweden): Towards Qualitative Data Preservation and Re-Use -- Policy Trends and Academic Controversies in UK and Sweden

Frank Sowa, Ronald Staples, Stefan Theuer, Rajiv Althaus (Germany): Observing Job Placement Interviews in German Public Employment Services: Reflections on a Qualitative Research Method

Gregor Wiedemann (Germany): Opening up to Big Data: Computer-Assisted Analysis of Textual Data in Social Sciences

*** FQS Debate: Quality of Qualitative Research

Wolff-Michael Roth (Canada): Translation in Qualitative Social Research: The Possible Impossible

Massimiliano Tarozzi (Italy): Translating and Doing Grounded Theory Methodology. Intercultural Mediation as an Analytic Resource

*** FQS Debate: Teaching and Learning Qualitative Methods

Jan K. Coetzee, Florian Elliker, Asta Rau (South Africa): Training for Advanced Research in the Narrative Study of Lives Within the Context of Political and Educational Transformation: A Case Study in South Africa

*** FQS Reviews

Michael Siegfried Gruettner (Germany): Review Essay: On the Problematic Relationship between Economy of Conventions and Neoinstitutionalism

Marcus Knaup (Germany): Review: Heinz Juergen Kaiser & Hans Werbik (2012). Handlungspsychologie. Eine Einfuehrung [The Psychology of Actions. An Introduction]

Katharina Manderscheid (Switzerland): Review: Iris Dzudzek, Caren Kunze & Joscha Wullweber (Eds.) (2012). Diskurs und Hegemonie. Gesellschaftskritische Perspektiven [Discourse and Hegemony. Critical Perspectives on Society]

Dirk vom Lehn (UK): Review: Ruth Ayass & Christian Meyer (Eds.) (2012). Sozialitaet in Slow Motion. Theoretische und empirische Perspektiven [Sociality in Slow Motion. Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives]

*** FQS Conferences

Christina Silver (UK): Conference Report: CAQD Conference 2013


Toni Gregory, who together with Odis E. Simmons published a widely recognized article on Grounded Action (http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0303271), passed away on May 13. We want to share our condolences with her family and friends!


12-14 June, Krakow, Poland
Conference "(Post) Industrial Spaces"

19-20 June, Fribourg, Switzerland
I4th International Congress on "Reseau international francophone de la recherche qualitative"

4-5 July, University of Cumbria, UK
Conference "Visualising the Rural"

12-14 September, Berlin, Germany
ATLAS.ti User Conference 2013 "Fostering Dialog on Qualitative Methods"

27-29 October, Halifax, NS, Canada
19th Annual Qualitative Health Research Conference "Navigating the Diversity of Qualitative Research"

4-6 December, Khon Kaen University, Thailand
3rd Conference of the Global Congress for Qualitative Health Research "Holistic Caring in the Global Context: Evidences from Qualitative Health"


Michael H. Agar: "The Lively Science: Remodeling Human Social Research", Sample Chapter and a Variety of Michael´s Article Accessible Online

Klaus van den Berg: Report "The (R)Evolution of the iSociety in Media"

David Zeitlyn & Stephen M. Lyon: Varieties of Openness and Types of Digital Anthropology


See the Open Access Tracking Project (OATP) http://tagteam.harvard.edu/hubs/3/republished_feeds/6 for News on Open Access

See http://open-access.net/de_en/communication/calendar_of_events/ for Open-Access

Report and Video Recordings Online: Knowledge Exchange Workshop "Making Data Count: Research Data Availability and Research Assessment", April, Berlin, Germany

*** Texts/Presentations

Francesca Annicchiarico: Digital Public Library Goes Live

Heather Morrison: Dramatic Growth of Open Access 2013 First Quarter: Comparisons

Richard Poynder: Open Access in Poland: Interview with Bozena Bednarek-Michalska

*** Journals/Newsletters

Directory of Open Access Journals

Comparative Population Studies -- Zeitschrift fuer Bevoelkerungsforschung, 38(2), Pre-Published

connexions. International Professional Communication Journal, 1(1)

First Monday, 18(5-6)

Interface: A Journal for and about Social Movements, 5(1)

Journal of MultiDisciplinary Evaluation, 9(20)

Language and Psychoanalysis, 2(1)

Narrative Works, 2(2)

Qualitative Sociology Review, 25

triple c: Communication, Capitalism & Critique: Journal of a Global Sustainable Information Society, 11(1)


FQS -- Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung
/ Forum: Qualitative Social Research (ISSN 1438-5627)

English / German / Spanish

domingo, 9 de junho de 2013

Filme Tão Forte...Tão Perto

Tão Forte, Tão Perto (Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close) conta a história de Oskar, um inteligente garoto que perde o pai no atentado do 11 de setembro. Para não perder a ligação emocional com ele, o menino parte para uma jornada por Nova York para descobrir algum tesouro escondido por seu pai antes da sua morte. Em suas andanças, Oskar conhece diferentes histórias e geografias da cidade e acaba conhecendo melhor a si mesmo.
por Thiago Bogossian - bolsista GRUPEGI

sábado, 8 de junho de 2013

Encontro com Professores no Museu Nacional - "Diálogos entre Educadores" (19/06)

Prezado/a Professor/a,

No dia 19 de junho o Museu Nacional promoverá a atividade "Diálogos entre Educadores". As inscrições poderão ser feitas pela internet até o dia 17.

Para fazer sua inscrição acesse o link: http://saemuseunacional.wordpress.com/2013/06/05/inscricoes-abertas-dialogos-entre-educadores-1906/

A atividade visa possibilitar a troca de idéias entre os educadores em museus, professores e outros profissionais que atuam em escolas e também em universidades, com o objetivo de promover a colaboração entre esses espaços de educação formal e não formal. ”Diálogos entre Educadores” tem 3h30min de duração, ocorre mensalmente, em uma quarta-feira, em dois horários – 8h30-12h e 13h-16h30.

Nesse encontro serão discutidas as especificidades da educação museal, a importância da colaboração museu-escola, bem como será apresentada uma proposta de trabalho voltada para o público escolar elaborada pela Seção de Assistência ao Ensino. Após a discussão, os professores e demais profissionais participarão de uma visita mediada ao Museu Nacional, ao longo da qual pode-se acompanhar a implementação do Roteiro “De onde viemos?”, uma proposta de roteiro de visitação exposições de longa duração do Museu Nacional.

Pretende-se que Diálogos entre Educadores seja o ponto de partida para que os professores estabeleçam práticas pedagógicas que possibilitem aos seus alunos a realização de visitas mais prazerosas e bem sucedidas ao Museu Nacional. Com a realização deste encontro, acredita-se que os educadores poderão melhor explorar, de acordo com suas necessidades, as múltiplas possibilidades do acervo da instituição e as potencialidades educacionais do Museu.

A proposta de trabalho voltada ao público escolar, bem como a proposta de roteiro de visitação ao Museu Nacional, estão registradas na publicação “Guia de Visitação ao Museu Nacional – Reflexões, Roteiros e Acessibilidade”.

Para ler, clique no link: http://www.museunacional.ufrj.br/site/assets/pdf/guia_MN.pdf


Quem pode participar?

Preferencialmente professores e educadores responsáveis por grupos com visitas programadas ao Museu Nacional. No entanto, podem se inscrever licenciandos de qualquer área de formação, guias de turismo e outros profissionais da área da educação.

Haverá certificação para aqueles que participarem da atividade na íntegra.

Atividade Gratuita.

Em caso de dúvidas, envie um e-mail para: dialogosentreeducadores@gmail.com
Contamos com a participação de vocês!


Seção de Assistência ao Ensino - Museu Nacional/UFRJ