Henrique Malheiro Vaz

Henrique Malheiro Vaz
University of Porto | UP · Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences

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Skills and Expertise

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Resumo A necessidade de um conhecimento mais profundo acerca das complexidades do fenómeno da "fuga de cérebros" e o seu crescente aumento no país levaram ao desenvolvimento desta pesquisa. De forma a captar esta complexa realidade foi utilizada uma metodologia mista, multilateral, recorrendo a técnicas quantitativas e qualitativas de recolha de in...
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Qualquer fenómeno social pode ser estudado através de várias escalas e, preferencialmente, articulando níveis de observação. O presente texto privilegia o que poderíamos considerar a “produção social do indivíduo que decide emigrar”, centrando-se nos processos e contextos de socialização que, ao longo do percurso biográfico, originam disposições so...
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Resumo A alternância dicotómica da história da ciência entre o género individual e o social tem dificultado a sua implementação no ensino. O conjunto de informações empíricas recolhidas num processo de investigação, ainda em curso, efetuado através de grupos de discussão focalizada e com base na conjugação da fenomenologia com a teoria fundamentada...
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O ponto de partida para a realização desta investigação foi a constatação da intensificação dos fluxos emigratórios portugueses nos anos imediatamente anteriores ao seu início, com destaque para o ano de 2011. Olhando apenas para o volume das saídas, a vaga emigratória que se seguiu à crise financeira de 2008 e, em especial, à imposição de um progr...
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Devant le renouvellement de l’émigration portugaise en Europe, une enquête réalisée en 2014 fait le point sur les représentations que les migrants portent sur leur propre parcours. La distinction de différents facteurs de répulsion pour leur pays d’origine et d’attraction pour le pays de destination permet d’esquisser les nouveaux visages des migra...
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Emigration is a chronic structural process of Portuguese society. The discussion and key arguments raised in this chapter are mainly focused on data from a research project (Bradramo) on Portuguese skilled emigration; based on the outcomes of the Bradramo project it can be suggested that recent phenomena in general, and the crisis that began around...
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Academic international mobility and intra-European highly skilled migration are consolidated trends. Strongly stimulated by EU policies, the opportunities are highly dynamic, and circulation through different jobs and countries is a striking feature of the academic community. However, for a fragile economy and scientific system such as Portugual’s...
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Considerando que nos dias atuais o desenvolvimento de competências comunicacionais ou literacias vão além do acesso às Tecnologias de Informação e Comunicação e uma vez que as mesmas exigem processos mais criativos e interativos de conhecimento, este artigo apresenta um estudo desenvolvido no ensino superior em Portugal com o objetivo de caracteriz...
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In the economic and social aftermath of the 2008 crisis there has been an important and growing new wave of highly qualified Portuguese emigration comprising scientists. No or very few public policies have been designed to reverse this phenomenon, risking the consequences of brain drain. International literature argues that professional reasons are...
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This paper analyses the Portuguese high-skilled emigration, focusing on the emigration decision-making process. This article aims to understand the dispositions leading to this decision, and the social processes that explain its origin, sedimentation and activation. To this end, and using the theoretical and methodological approach of Bernard Lahir...
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The efforts made by most countries to accelerate economic development have included a significant investment in education. It has been argued that investment in education, particularly higher education, was itself a potential factor in economic development. Education has become a relatively easy means of improving access to the labour market. Howev...
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The counselling profession in the United States is calling for increased international collaboration, engagement, and understanding of the global issues which impact the way in which counsellors conduct their professional practice, teaching, and research. This book captures the experiences of group workers the world over, inviting them to describe...
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Given that the development of communicative skills - or literacies - goes beyond mere IT access nowadays, as they require more creative and interactive processes of knowledge, this paper presents a study whose aim was to characterize, develop, register, and communicate an experience with working with multiliteracies. The study, conducted as part of...
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Em Portugal, sobretudo desde 2008, milhares de diplomados emigram. Em 2010 nos países da Organização para a Cooperação e Desenvolvimento Económico (OCDE) residiam mais de 145000; em 2015 rondam os 200000. Esta “fuga de cérebros”, foi o objecto da pesquisa “BRADRAMO − Êxodo de competências e mobilidade académica de Portugal para a Europa”, utilizand...
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This article reports results of an analysis of the relationship of young people in school, and their individual and group attitudes based on sociometric theory. This study adopted a mixed methodological approach with an intervention conducted with 60 youths over 3 years in Portugal and was based on the question “Is sociometry capable of giving supp...
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Emigration of high-skilled professionals from less developed countries to developed countries leaves the sending countries economies with a reduced supply of skilled people. The resulting brain drain would limit the use of educational investment in the sending countries, creating conditions for their re-use by the more developed countries. Skilled...
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The literature review allows us to conclude that the traditional perception of the brain drain has no empirical evidence on the aggregate level, being necessary the understanding of the circumstances and factors that influence the process in each country. This research aims to make a pioneering study of this type in the Portuguese context, still in...
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The literature review allows us to conclude that the traditional perception of the brain drain has no empirical evidence on the aggregate level, being necessary the understanding of the circumstances and factors that influence the process in each country. This research aims to make a study of this type in the Portuguese context, still innovating in...

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