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Resumos alargados (até 700 palavras, excluindo referências bibliográficas) até 30 de setembro de 2020

A Educação, Sociedade & Culturas (ESC) é uma revista académica com arbitragem científica, publicada pelo Centro de Investigação e Intervenção Educativas (CIIE) da Universidade do Porto.

A ESC tem como finalidade contribuir para o desenvolvimento das ciências da educação, ajudando a estabelecer e a aprofundar o diálogo entre culturas e olhares disciplinares e contribuindo para qualificar o debate público sobre os problemas educativos e sociais. Mais especificamente, a ESC pretende:

a) divulgar conhecimento produzido por investigadores e investigadoras que trabalham nos campos das ciências da educação e das ciências sociais e humanas e que foca a educação/formação na sua relação com os problemas sociais;
b) proporcionar um espaço de debate de ideias em torno de problemáticas educativas relacionadas com exclusão, desigualdade e injustiça social;
c) promover uma análise crítica das políticas e das práticas realizadas, formal e informalmente, no campo socioeducativo; e
d) constituir-se como uma plataforma de internacionalização da investigação em educação.

A ESC organiza-se, em geral, em quatro secções: Artigos Científicos congruentes com as linhas orientadoras da revista, podendo ser, em parte, ocupada por um dossier temático; Diálogos Sobre o Vivido, artigo baseado num tema de actualidade na área da educação assente preferencialmente em trajectórias e experiências relevantes; Arquivo, texto cujo conteúdo se tenha revelado fundamental para a reflexão nas áreas em referência; Recensões de livros publicados cujo teor abarque problemáticas no campo da educação

A revista ESC está sedeada em Portugal, mas são bem-vindas colaborações de qualquer parte do mundo que promovam o debate académico e o avanço do conhecimento científico no campo educativo.

Os artigos devem constituir pesquisas originais que se coadunem com a missão e escopo da ESC. Devem ser também teoricamente informados e metodologicamente sustentados e relevantes para um público internacional.

A ESC é agora multilingue, aceitando e publicando artigos em português, inglês, francês e espanhol.

Todos os artigos de investigação publicados na revista ESC passam por um rigoroso processo de peer review. Cada artigo é sujeito a um escrutínio inicial por parte da direção da Revista e, se considerado adequado para a ESC, é encaminhado para avaliação por pelo menos dois/duas especialistas conceituados/as na área em que o texto se enquadra. Neste processo é assegurado o anonimato de autores/as e avaliadores/as (double-blind peer review).

Indexação EBSCO/Fonte Acadêmica (EBSCO), European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH), WebQualis Capes, Clasificación Integrada de Revistas Científicas (CIRC), Latindex, AERES


Todo o conteúdo desta revista, exceto onde está identificado, está licenciado sob uma Licença Creative Commons.

ESC Vacancies at SPEA, Lisbon, Portugal

ESC Vacancies at SPEA, Lisbon, Portugal

Associação Spin, acting as the Coordinating organization, is currently looking for 2 ESC volunteers for a ESC project with our local partner, Sociedade Portuguesa para o Estudo das Aves, starting in March, 2020!

Hosting: SPEA
Coordinator: Associação Spin
Activity start date: 1st March 2020
Activity end date: 31st December 2020
Activity duration: 10 months
Vacancies: 2 (for candidates residing in EU or EFTA countries)
Application deadline: 10th January, 2020
Application consists of: filling this Google form + CV and project ­specific motivation letter
Application sent to: evs.spea@a-spin.pt

The Portuguese Society for the Study of Birds is a non­-governmental non-­profit environment organization that promotes the study and conservation of birds and their habitats in Portugal, funded in 1993. It is the Portuguese member of BirdLife International.

Project 1: SPEA’s Marine Conservation Department

The volunteer will be integrated in the Marine Terrestrial Department and will be mostly involved in in the new project “Life Ilhas Barreira”, coordinated by SPEA. Intervention area (and field work) is in the south of Portugal (Ria Formosa Natural Park, Algarve), and office activities will be mostly done in Lisbon, at SPEA’s headquarters. The project can include a variety of tasks:

– Seabird census at sea
– Support in capture-manipulation-ringing-release of seabirds (e.g. Audouin’s Gull, yellow-legged gull, little tern)
– Seagull monitoring and counting in fishing ports and landfills
– Coastal inspections to detect dead birds
– Mapping native and invasive plants, and removal of invasive plants
– Mapping, capture-marking- realease (including camera-trapping) of introduced mammals – cats and rodents
– Support to raising awareness actions for the general public
– Support to the production of os raising awareness resources and reports
– Work with databasis: insertion of data, processing of photos from camera-traps
– Possibility of collaboration in other activities (ex. birdwatching training) and projects
– Possibility of developing a personal project.

» Project 2: SPEA’s Terrestrial Conservation Department

The volunteer will be integrated in the Terrestrial Conservation Department, collaborating in several projects (e.g. Impacto f Powerlines in Birds, Impacto f Agroenvironmental Measures in Biodiversity of Farmlands, etc) with a diversity of tasks including:
– Field work (in several regions of Portugal) : bird surveys/census; prospection of birds under powerlines, etc
– Office work (based in Lisbon – SPEA’s headquarters): database input; data analysis (with Excel, GIS software, etc); etc
– Support in events for the public: (ex. activities for schools, birdwatching days, nature fairs and festivals)
– Possibility of collaboration in other activities (ex. birdwatching training) and projects
– Possibility of developing a personal project.

SPEA intends to support the volunteers to create their own events or initiatives, in accordance with their principles and upon Board’s approval.

  • Travel cost – The two-way travel (from place of residence to Lisbon and back) will be reimbursed up to the limit of 275€; volunteers facing economic obstacles will be able to request a higher limit, depending on their country of residence.
  • Accommodation – Coordinating & hosting organization, Associação Spin, will provide the lodging in a flat as close to the office and the city center as possible. If the apartment is located in the city center, the volunteers will spend around 35 minutes to reach the working place. The volunteers will have to share the room with another volunteer/student/young person (room and connected expenses are paid by Associação Spin). They may also – if so wished by the volunteer – receive a monthly accommodation allowance and be solely responsible for finding and paying for their own accommodation.
  • Food & transportation – A monthly allowance of 180€ will be provided by Associação Spin to cover food expenses and local public transportation in Lisbon. While doing field work, food, accomodation and transportation (from Lisbon to the work area) will be provided by SPEA.
  • Pocket money – Every month the volunteers will receive 150€ as pocket money.
  • Working hours – The volunteers are expected to spend 30-35 hours a week working. The daily timetable includes time for language learning, lunch, social activities and development of own project ideas, etc.
  • Days off – Volunteers are entitled to two days off per week (usually on Saturday and Sunday) as well as 2 extra days of vacation for every month of their voluntary work.

VOLUNTEERS’ PROFILE: WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR?

We are looking for young motivated volunteers aged 18-30, open minded, eager to learn about new cultures and lifestyles, as well as to participate in the project activitie s. It is not required to have any particular degree of formal education, but to have positive and proactive attitude, show tolerance, flexibility, motivation and enthusiasm. In this project, patience and the capacity to work in a team will be highly appreciated. We encourage applications especially from youngsters who already have some experience in volunteering or in working with environment related issues, namely environmental education, available to commit to a long term experience of volunteer work abroad and willing to know more about the work developed in ornithology and environmental preservation in Portugal. Any knowledge of Portuguese is a plus, however it is not a requirement.

In order to be considered for the vacancies, each candidate has to fulfill this Google form and send (in only 1 single e-mail):

  1. up-to-date CV,
  2. project-specific Motivation Letter

The complete applications (CV + project-specific Motivation Letter) should be sent to evs.spea@a-spin.pt no later than January, 10th 2020.

Final remarks (please read carefully):

  • this is an open call with no assigned sending/supporting organization (we will partner up with the sending organization of the selected volunteer);
  • only candidates residing in EU or EFTA countries may apply may apply;
  • please make sure you are registered with the European Solidarity Corps;
  • we only accept complete applications that contain all the required documents;
  • due to the high number of candidates, we are only able to contact the short-listed candidates (in order to invite them for a brief Skype interview);
  • all the other candidates will be informed about the selection results by January, 20th through our website.

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Tanto em Portugal como em Espanha, o Grupo Orey, através dsa suas subsidiárias loccais, dedica-se principalmente a serviços de agenciamento marítimo, gestão de linhas regulares, trânsito, despachos aduaneiros e logística. Reconhecendo, sempre, o valor do conhecimento local, estamos continuamente a investir na nossa rede global e desenvolvendo relaçoões em todo o mundo, para que possamos sempre responder aos nossos clientes.

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A Orey está presente em África, particularmente em Angola e Moçambique, desde 1991. No final da crise do petróleo, quando outros operadores logisticos fecharam os seus negócios, o Grupo Orey decidiu continuar a sua operação e investiu em activos. Como resultado, hoje somos referência na oferta de soluções logísticas e no transporte de peças de grande dimensão toda a Angola.
Prestamos ainda serviços de agenciamento de navios, representação de Linhas Regulares, trânsitos e despachos.
O crescimento sustentado em Angola deveu-se sobretudo ao contínuo investimento em activos fixos, as fortes relações com os nosso clientes e Parceiros e ainda à formação dos colaboradores, sem esquecendo a estrita conformidade ética e responsabilidade social.
A Orey assume um grande compromisso com Clientes e Parceiros mundiais, que precisem de serviços em ambos os países.

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Com várioas décadas de atividade, esta área da Orey começou com a repsentação da marca de carros e máquinas de leme para embarcações. Ao longo da sua existência, as atividades evoluíram e o seu foco tem sido cada vez mais orientado para dois setores:
i. Segurança Marítima, através de equip0amentos que salvam vidas e tecnologias de sobrevivência.
ii. Soluções de controlo de fluidos, através de equipamentos para a indústria de petróleo e gás, bem como água e esgoto.

A especialização progressiva e o conhecimento que a Orey ganhou, permite-nos hoje representar o mais prestigiado de todos estes equipamentos especializados e, também, fornecer todos os serviços relacionados.

What is ESP, and ESC on a car?

Since 2014, every new car in Europe has been fitted with Electronic Stability Control – but what is ESC, and what is ESP for that matter?

ESC (or ESP) is known for being one of, if not the, best modern safety feature for motorists. In terms of how well it is regarded, it has seatbelts and airbags to compete with, but apart from that Electronic Stability Control is in a league of its own. However, while airbags and seatbelts step in when things have gone properly wrong, ESC works behind the scenes to make sure the worst doesn’t happen in the first place.

In the interest of being thorough, ESC stands for Electronic Stability Control and ESP stands for Electronic Stability Programme. They are one and the same, and even though two names for the same thing seems unnecessary, research has proven that the systems do help keep motorists safe. UK statistics suggest that drivers reduce their chances of being in a fatal accident by 25 per cent by using an ESP equipped car. But our scandinavian neighbours in Sweden have gone one further, and claimed that drivers of ESP equipped cars are 32 per cent less likely to be involved in a fatal crash when driving in poor weather conditions

While crashing is not the cheeriest of thoughts, Electronic Stability Control clearly works. The powers that be in Europe agree, as all new cars sold since 2014 have had to have the ESP tech fitted.

How do ESP and ESC work?

With new cars having such a massive range of electrical systems – each with its own indecipherable acronym – it is not in the least surprising that many people get confused. In this case the situation is not helped by the fact that a variety of acronyms are used to mean the same thing – depending on which manufacturer you’re talking to.

So ESP (Electronic Stability Programme) is variously known as ESC (Electronic Stability Control), VSC (Vehicle Stability Control), VSA (Vehicle Stability Assist) or DSC (Dynamic Stability Control). Some carmakers use their own in-house ‘brands’ to promote ESP too, so you might come across Volvo’s DSTC (Dynamic Stability and Traction Control) or Porsche’s PSM (Porsche Stability Management), for example. So now we’ve cleared that up, let’s take a look at how ESP works.

Adding a third dimension to ABS and Traction Control

Before you can have ESP, first you need ABS (Antilock Braking System) and TCS (Traction Control System). In their simplest form, these two systems work to keep the car under control when slowing down (ABS) or accelerating (TC), so are basically intervening in your car’s longitudinal dynamics.

ESP adds an extra dimension, as it intervenes in the lateral plane, working to correct unwanted sideways motion that could otherwise result in serious understeer or oversteer, and preventing lateral skids. At least up to a point, as statistics suggest ESP can only avert 80 percent of skidding incidents, although with skidding involved in 40 percent of fatalities on the road, it’s easy to see why ESP so improves outcomes. Even so, it’s worth keeping Scotty of the USS Enterprise’s words in mind: ‘Ye cannae change the laws of physics!’

Extra stability while cornering with ESC

As ESP provides an extra layer of safety on top of ABS and TCS, you won’t be surprised to learn it uses much of the hardware from those systems to operate.

Using sensors to measure the speed of individual wheels, as well as information from lateral acceleration sensors and yaw-rate sensors, the ESP control unit is constantly monitoring the car’s sideways movements and relating them to the degree of steering wheel inputs.

If and when the car doesn’t respond to a steering input as expected – or if a steering or acceleration input is itself so great it begins to unsettle the car – then the ESP will brake wheels individually in an attempt to steer the car safely along the line the driver intended.

Added benefits of ESC

Because ESC is able to brake the car’s wheels independently of the pedal being applied, it opens the door to various other safety technologies. These include Brake Assist, where braking distances are reduced if the car senses the driver isn't braking as hard as they might in an emergency situation, and Hill Hold Control. The latter works by keeping the brakes on for a couple of seconds after the brake pedal is released during a hill start, thus stopping the car from rolling back.

Commercial vehicles fitted with ESC can have additional sensors that measure load weight and position, and adapt the ESC responses accordingly. This maximises the stabilising effect of ESC interventions however a vehicle is loaded, and ESC responses can even adjust ‘mid-incident’, should a load shift during cornering or braking.

ESP also provides a cheap and efficient tyre pressure monitoring system. Because it measures individual wheel speeds, ESP can tell if a tyre is losing pressure as it will affect the rotation speed of that wheel only.

Has your car's ESC system ever prevented you having an accident? Let us know in the comments.

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