Month: September 2012

The Hegemony

What it is interesting to notice capitalism is in this way the participation it and of the globalization. It has some that nail that the formation of economic blocks discourages the performance of the globalization, that is, close the doors for the economy exterior if to infiltrate, well, what we go to perceive is that this is a conception total maken a mistake, for the opposite, this fact stimulates the globalizantes relations enters the nations that composes the group, and in turn, this group acted of globalizante form with other not regional groups, thus establishing, a globalizante capitalism. On this Magnoli quarrel it affirms: The economic theory explains that the formation of zones of free commerce causes two consequncia simultaneous. Of a side, existing commercial flows already are redirected, in function of the attraction exerted for the removal of customs barriers. Of another one, new commercial flows create themselves, in the measure that the withdrawal of customs barriers stimulates importation of merchandises the costs lowest.

The first phenomenon acts against the trend to the globalization; as, the favor acts. (MAGNOLI, 2004, P. 75) Well, as we saw the process of regionalizao of the markets we have favorable and contrary factors before the globalization. But what I believe that more would affect the structures politics, economic, social and cultural with the effect regionalizao of the markets, would be the hegemony that a nation would create on excessively in the block, if to use as example the proposal of the economic block of the HANDLE, we will perceive that the American companies nortes would jam in them, would distort our culture (what already they are making), would modify our social structure? improvement does not stop, everything this in search of more American isolated incomes north. We cannot see the regionalizao process and only approve looking at its economic character, but its position politics, its social and cultural conceptions, only for reason of the globalization this if it does not explain, we cannot be one in such a way irresponsible one to attend all these actions of form ' ' bestializada' '.

Brazilian Legislation

Currently, Par is the state that more explores wood in Brazil. Moreover, it is important to detach that all this activity, investment, transformation, occurs almost that of random form. Verssimo et al. (1996) it indicates that the industry answers to the forces of the market, with the classic goal of any company: to maximize profits short-term. It does not have clear vision of the costs and benefits of this activity and lacks, above all, a reflection on as to rationalize and to divide damages and costs that the lumber activity brings. The wood is one of the products of bigger prominence in the guideline of paraense exportation, occupying the third place in ranking of exported products. According to Uhl et al., 1996, the increase of the efficiency of the industrial process of the wood, also would have direct effect in the amount of the florestada area necessary to keep the current levels of production. For example, only 35% of each log are trnsformado in sawed product, but this efficiency could be increased for 55% through simple improvement in the maintenance of machines and the training of man power (SECTAM, 2002).

In accordance with these data, 65% of the log are wasted, tranformando itself in residue not used to advantage for the industry. The Brazilian Legislation points the auto-responsibility of the companies in the removal, stockage and treatment of residues generated for the production processes, from adjusted procedures with respect to the conservation of the environment (LEEUWSTEIN, 2001). 2. The residues in the industrialization of the wood the wooden term residue for many times is associated the word problem, therefore generally its disposal or adequate use generates high costs that many times if want to prevent. However, the knowledge of the amount, the quality and the possibilities of use of this material can generate a use alternative that makes possible its manuscript.

House Brazilian Publisher

No matter how hard the mediator of the classroom created situations for the learning, that burst in intellectual challenges, arming themselves of the interpersonal relations that go if developing through the daily convivncia, and of the construction of new abilities, affectivities and not it had a space that all could the virtues of the learning be developed, all effort it would be compromised and it would place to lose all investment. For it saw of the Psicopedagogia was possible to perceive such problem and to search ways pra that the solution becomes viable with alteration in the structure of the project of the room or to place arcondicionado in the room. The ventilation of the classroom does not bring problems of dimension that permeia the health and the interpersonal relationship, compromising the learning as it was told. a pedagogical environment must be a space where the cognitivo, playful, corporal development and spiritual of the individual must generate a performance of ideal standard that does not intervene with the process of development of the child. But that it must develop in aprendente the tranquilidade, the confidence, the patience, and the generosity enters the too much colleagues of the room and stops with the professors.

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