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">And the indication of the problem will be informed in the place of the text, keeping the same amount of pages.<br><br></span><span title="Tais Diretrizes estão disponíveis no seguinte endereço:"><span id="result_box" lang="en"><span title="Este periódico adota os principios de conduta éticas de qualidade internacional Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), bem como os parâmetros de Integridade na Atividade Científica indicadas pelo Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico (CNPq).">This journal adopts the principles of ethical conduct of international quality Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), as well as the parameters of Integrity in the Scientific Activity indicated by SCOPUS and SCIELO.&nbsp;</span></span></span></span></p> Words, drawings and digital representation: visual interpretations of the narratives of machado de assis in morro do castelo <p>This article’s <strong>purpose</strong> is to create a digital graphic reconstitution of Machado de Assis’ literary characters from the narrative “Uma por Outra”, edited in 1897, focusing on the fictional scenario based on the physical relationship between a specific house on the Misericórdia street and houses on "Morro do Castelo", that existed in an urban context and now disappeared. The <strong>methodology</strong> combines previous studies on the representation with historical digital urban models, responsible for potentialize the documentary information and promoting the points of view of the characters. The article led to <strong>finding</strong> an approach to using iconography and digital models in order to conclude that the author’s fiction was based on a real site. The main research <strong>limitation</strong> concerns Castelo Hill disappearance in 1922 and the limited remaining iconographic sources. In addition, research on theoretical studies of representation of the city as a graphic report have taken place. Therefore, the <strong>originality</strong> of this study deals with interesting literary research and the results and conclusions will serve as reference to further new areas of knowledge about the cities.</p> Verena Andreatta Naylor Barbosa Vilas Boas Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento 2021-09-29 2021-09-29 7 10.32358/rpd.2021.v7.543 Land property: a concept in two lines <p>The article intends to contribute to the discussion on the use of literature as a complementary reference for the study of property relations in Brazil. Based on the content of a research report that builds the trajectory of the concept of property in the country, we developed an analysis of the book Torto Arado, by Itamar Vieira Junior, which narrates the life of a family in the backlands of Bahia. Reading the two works together allowed us to identify points of convergence between the different historical moments of the concept of property and the times and events that took place in the lives of the protagonists of Torto Arado's sisters. We therefore consider that the text contributes to broadening the debate on the limits and potential of the use of literary narrative to prove, and illustrate, historical facts.</p> Gislene Pereira Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento 2021-09-29 2021-09-29 7 10.32358/rpd.2021.v7.546 Geo literary constructions: el alto city after the gas war <p><strong>Purpose: </strong>The main objective of the research is to understand the construction of the city of El Alto, from the geoliterature after the gas war. <strong>Methodology / Focus: </strong>The methodology to be used is qualitative, to understand the work, literary works such as novels, chronicles and also interviews with their authors were used. <strong>Results:</strong> According to the above, it is possible to point out that the authors understand the city from their individuality, since each one presents the territory from personal experiences, which makes each of the writings expose the city with real elements. Also, it is mentioned that the war ceased to be fundamental for the construction of the urban imaginary of El Alto. Writers in the last decade are dedicated to highlighting different events such as trade, economic growth and the political participation of the city. <strong>Originality / Value of the article: </strong>This article is an attempt to show the relationship that geography has with different disciplines, it is for this reason that through geoliterature we use books, tools as important as maps for the interpretation of the territory.</p> Tatiana Yamilka Vargas Condori Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento 2021-09-29 2021-09-29 7 10.32358/rpd.2021.v7.547 The Brazilian Slum turns 60 <p><strong>Purpose</strong>:&nbsp;This article reinforces the importance of <em>Quarto de Despejo</em> (<em>Child of the Dark</em>, in its English translation), by Maria Carolina de Jesus, to deeply understand the informality of illegal settlements in the contemporary Brazilian city. <strong>Metodology</strong>: This article is taken as a vivid testimony and as a part of larger context, thus rich for interdisciplinary researches. Although written in the 1960´s, Carolina´s autobiography is absolutely contemporary for exposing the intensity of an everyday life full of vulnerabilities: attributes still present among us nowadays. <strong>F</strong><strong>indings</strong>: To take “Quarto de Despejo” as a possible true picture of real life is, more than anything else, a desire for repositioning urban planning as a science that has preferably taken the territory through the lens of central powers. Such required reposition reconsiders technical approaches and values sensibility and individuality. <strong>Contribution to knowledge: </strong>The article ends with a clear conviction that literature, as an additional source, is absolutely rich in our intention to understand cities, that it may help to exercise interdisciplinary urban analyses and that qualitative and individual approaches do add value to technical and general conclusions concerning the comprehension and management of a complex object.</p> Clovis Ultramari Marcelo Caetano Andreoli Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento 2021-09-29 2021-09-29 7 10.32358/rpd.2021.v7.553 Between architects and literates: images of lima as a latin american city (1950-1970) <p><strong>Purpose:</strong> This article intends to take the city of Lima between the 1940s and 1970s for an analysis exercise that relates the multiple dimensions that define cities, with an emphasis on the dimension of representations, seeking to contribute to urban cultural history in America Latin. <strong>Methodology:</strong> Crossing the specialized discourses of architects, urban planners and sociologists with the non-specialized discourses of literary narratives, within the framework of urban cultural history. <strong>Results:</strong> The period focused on is precisely the moment when the city is being modernized, experiencing the effects of the second post-war period. Like other cities on the sub-continent, Lima is experiencing the intensification of the urbanization process with consequences that still mark its landscape. The emergence of barriadas, precarious occupations around the historic town, contrasts with the investment in the construction of vecinales, large housing complexes that synthesize the efforts of urban and architectural modernization. <strong>Contribution to knowledge:</strong> When we read the narratives of the literati along with the texts of the architects published in the magazine El arquitecto peruano - EAP, we observe a long time to realize how the city modernization dependeds on these subjects that sprang up on the edges of the city.</p> Ana Claudia Veiga de Castro Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento 2021-09-29 2021-09-29 7 10.32358/rpd.2021.v7.554 City and literature: approaches and readings <p><strong>Purpose:</strong> This article discusses the circulation of ideas about cities, highlighting the interdisciplinarity as a relevant way to understand urban experiences and complexities. More specifically, we are interested in how literary narratives can help us to read the urban history and the urban cultural context from a tripartite filter composed by representation, interpretation and appropriation of reality and discourse. <strong>Methodology:</strong> This debate is divided into two main moments; the first concerns an author's intention to represent a certain urban reality, and the second is interested in the propagation of the text among different types of readers. <strong>Results:</strong> It shows that the writing, it’s intention and the apprehension of its message can also influence perceptions and attitudes about cities, their spatiality, and their management. <strong>Contribution:</strong> We emphasize the value of considering partialities of literature (in writing and reading it), considering subjectivities and contexts of the author, its work, and the reader in a process in which ideas are assimilated, propagated, and transformed between different scenarios.</p> Manoela Jazar Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento 2021-09-29 2021-09-29 7 10.32358/rpd.2021.v7.556 Contributing factors for the underutilization of mobility stations: the case of the "wien mobil station" in vienna <p><strong>Purpose:</strong> Mobility stations are locations in which various mobility options are offered enabling multimodality and intermodality. In Vienna, three public mobility stations were implemented as part of the project “Wien Mobil”. After observing the existing mobility stations and talking to different experts, the system was diagnosed as underutilized. Consequently, this paper aims to point out the reasons why the public mobility stations in Vienna have so far not attracted as many users as expected.</p> <p><strong>Methodology/Approach:</strong> The research question is answered with the support of explorative expert interviews, observational research and literature review.</p> <p><strong>Findings:</strong> The identified contributing factors for the underutilization of the mobility stations in Vienna are location, weather, lack of interoperability, low affordability, lack of reliability, and lack of publicity and educational campaigns.</p> <p><strong>Research Limitation/implication:</strong> The research lacks the perspective and data from the car sharing provider. Moreover, it was conducted during winter, which certainly increased the perception of an underutilized system.</p> <p><strong>Originality/Value of paper:</strong> This work is expected to contribute to urban mobility planning by identifying and reaffirming important factors to take into account when planning, implementing and operating mobility stations and by providing a thorough understanding of the reasons for the underutilization of mobility stations.</p> Luiza Maciel Costa da Silva Julius Uhlmann Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento 2021-02-01 2021-02-01 7 10.32358/rpd.2021.v7.508 Residents' attitudes towards tree care programs in cityscapes <p><strong>Purpose</strong>: Examine residents’ attitude towards urban trees from the perspective of funding or voluntarily contributing time for tree care programs. Majority of global populace live in cities, hence, the rise in public expectations for liveable, sustainable and greener communities and urban areas all over the world, Nigeria inclusive. With proper planning and management, cities may become more liveable, but the rapid loss of large urban green areas cause havoc, and has ushered in several problems such as adverse climatic condition, reduced water and air quality, amongst others.&nbsp;<strong>Metodology</strong>: A questionnaire survey was conducted to understand how residents rank and rate the benefits of urban trees as well as individual willingness to support conservation initiatives, using Benin metropolis, Nigeria as a case study.&nbsp;<strong>Findings</strong>: Using binary logit analysis, the study identified that residents who are aware of ecosystem services, had a profession and have spent at least 20 years in the city, had a significant relationship with personal willingness to volunteer time and/or donate money toward urban tree care programs and activities.&nbsp;<strong>Contribution to knowledge:</strong> Provided quantitative information to demonstrate the importance of conserving trees in development projects towards Global SDGs.&nbsp;</p> Oghenekevwe Joy Arabomen Folaranmi Dapo Babalola Felix Oaikhena Idumah Chinyere Salome Ofordu Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento 2021-03-22 2021-03-22 7 10.32358/rpd.2021.v7.462 Public policies on water resources for the brazilian northeastern semiarid region <p><strong>ABSTRACT</strong></p> <p><strong>Objective</strong>: The present study has as main objective to identify the strategies taken by the municipal managers to adapt to the periods of greatest water difficulties in the northeastern semiarid, more specifically in the city of Doutor Severiano-RN, showing the importance of the development of these strategies in the region.&nbsp;<strong>Methodology / Approach</strong>: Research were made on the subject to identify which strategies were developed in the municipality, in addition, some field observations were made to identify the municipal public policies developed over the years.&nbsp;<strong>Conclusions</strong>: It is concluded with this study that it is essential to know the place and seek the best strategy to develop and apply these policies based on the characteristics of each region, considering the importance that they have for the social and economic development of the semiarid populations.&nbsp;<strong>Research limitations</strong>: The sample was extracted from works that addressed the topic in question, thus making the parallel of discourse between theory and practice.&nbsp;<strong>Originality / Value of the article</strong>: The study presents the strategies developed in the city of Doutor Severiano, to adapt to the periods of greatest water difficulties in the region, according to the climatic conditions of the place.</p> Pedro Henrique da Silva Lima Maria Losangela Martins de Sousa Larissa da Silva Ferreira Alves José Elesbão de Almeida Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento 2021-05-27 2021-05-27 7 10.32358/rpd.2021.v7.515 Determinants of urban cycling from the perspective of Bronfenbrenner's ecological model <p><strong>Purpose:</strong> Human behavior is complex, resulting from dynamic person-environment interactions. The study of determinants in an ecological model can be useful to understand this complexity. When it comes to bicycle commuting, previous research has identified several individual and environmental determinants that can influence behaviour and likelihood to cycle. The purpose of this article is to provide an analytical framework integrating the determinants of cycling in an analysis from the perspective of Bronfenbrenner's ecological model.&nbsp;<strong>Methodology:</strong> Through a literature review, we select scientific articles that include studies conducted from a variety of cities in the Americas, Europe and Asia.&nbsp;<strong>Findings:</strong> As a result, the article presents the determining factors for bicycle commuting in a diagram based on Bronfenbrenner’s ecological model. <strong>Research limitation:</strong> Further research, which may include a systematic or an umbrella review, could be conducted to confirm the determining factors that influence bicycle commuting in urban areas. In addition, broader work is needed to understand which factors influence the adhesion of shared bicycles and how they fit into the ecological model proposed by Bronfenbrenner.&nbsp;<strong>Originality:</strong> Our article provides guidelines for an analytic framework that can be a useful tool in case studies or comparative research on mobility and urbanism.</p> Priscilla Dutra Dias Viola Juan Torres Leandro Cardoso Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento 2021-07-05 2021-07-05 7 10.32358/rpd.2021.v7.537 Perception of women managers about the glass ceiling breakage <p><strong>Objective:</strong> this study aims to identify strategies and actions of female managers to break the glass ceiling, as well as evidencing management practices to be carried out by organizations.&nbsp;<strong>Methodology/Approach:</strong> A descriptive, qualitative survey was carried out based on the promoting factors of the glass ceiling. The survey was applied to female managers, resulting in 62 valid responses.&nbsp;<strong>Results:</strong> The study points out that the strategies and actions of female managers to break the glass ceiling include: family-based education, professional qualification, legitimacy through competence and results, self-confidence, and female empowerment.&nbsp;<strong>Study's Limitation/Implication:</strong> The first limitation concerns the sample size. Highlighted management practices to be executed by companies are: standardizing the promotion criteria, training policy, employee development program, company awareness of the benefits of diversity in management, and equal pay.&nbsp;<strong>Study's Originality/Value:</strong> It presents evidence on the glass ceiling phenomena faced by female managers. The study also shows ways that organizations can combat gender inequality at work.</p> Luziberto Barrozo Carneiro Débora Gomes de Gomes Vagner Horz Marcos Antônio de Souza Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento 2021-08-13 2021-08-13 7 10.32358/rpd.2021.v7.530 Collaborative robotics: a literature overview from the perspective of production management <p><strong>Purpose:</strong> This paper aims to understand the specificities inherent to collaborative robotics from the perspective of production and operations management, as well as to identify opportunities for future research on the topic.&nbsp;<strong>Methodology/Approach: </strong>A systematic literature review was carried out through Scopus and Web of Science databases. This procedure covered 84 articles published between 1997 and 2018.&nbsp;<strong>Findings:</strong> The study revealed the issues most addressed in the research on Collaborative robots (Cobots), the most cited works, and the research approaches adopted.&nbsp;<strong>Research Limitation/implication:</strong> The sample was extracted from only two international databases excluding publications in the form of books and articles from other databases.&nbsp;<strong>Originality/Value of paper: </strong>The study reveals some specificities regarding the application and development of COBOTs, as well as their advantages and drawbacks in the scope of production management.</p> Juliano Endrigo Sordan Marcio Lopes Pimenta Pedro Carlos Oprime Yasmine Tomasella Rodrigues Clesio Aparecido Marinho Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento 2021-04-17 2021-04-17 7 10.32358/rpd.2021.v7.516 A management instrument for team performance evaluation <p><strong>Purpose: </strong>This article aims to develop an instrument to assess the collective performance of work teams' production. Associated with this, this evaluation instrument is applied to two production teams from the same company in Santa Catarina, to validate it.</p> <p><strong>Methodology: </strong>The study is characterized as descriptive, quantitative and survey strategy. In order to develop the performance evaluation instrument, the literature review presented was taken as a starting point to guide the selection of the 10 indicators and 30 evaluation criteria enabling the elaboration f the questionnaire.</p> <p><strong>Results: </strong>In general, it is possible to observe that the teams performed “good” in most of their indicators, and none of the indicators showed “poor”, “bad” or “regular” evaluations. It is suggested to develop some strategies to overcome the weakness shown by the communication indicator in both teams. Regarding the use of the instrument, it proved to be adequate to assess the collective performance, pointing out its strengths and weaknesses.</p> <p><strong>Limitation: </strong>Singularity of application in a single company, not allowing generalizations to be made to other production teams.</p> <p><strong>Originality: </strong>The proposal of an instrument to evaluate production teams ‘performance, indicating the team’s strengths and weaknesses.</p> Luiz Henrique da Silva Tatiana Ghedine Christiane Mendes Drozdek Pereira Sônia Regina Lamego Lino Alessandra Yula Tutida Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento 2021-05-27 2021-05-27 7 10.32358/rpd.2021.v7.511 Thermal degradation of açaí seeds and potential application in thermochemical processes <p><strong>Purpose</strong>: Thermal and Physicochemical evaluation of <em>açaí</em> seeds for its use in thermochemical conversion processes for clean energy generation.&nbsp;<strong>Methodology</strong>: Experimental and qualitative research, using analyzes such as: Thermal analysis (TG/DTG and DTA curves) and Calorimetry, Ultimate and Proximate analyzes, Scanning Electron Microscopy, Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy, X-Ray Diffraction, Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy and Optical Emission Spectroscopy - Inductively Coupled Plasma.&nbsp;<strong>Findings</strong>: It was noted that the <em>açaí</em> seeds presented carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen contents as majority elements and a Higher Heating Value (HHV) of 19.8 MJ kg<sup>-1</sup>. Nitrogen and lead elements were found as trace elements. However, highly polluting elements, <em>e.g</em>., sulfur, cadmium and arsenic were not detected in the samples.&nbsp;<strong>Originality</strong>: The utilization of <em>açaí</em> seeds by means of thermoconversion processes for bioenergetic purposes can be an attractive socioenvironmental, reducing disposal in inappropriate places, adding considerable value to waste and still protecting the environment.&nbsp;</p> Luciano dos Santos Oliveira Arthur Vinicius Sousa Silva Charles Correa Conconi Edelvio de Barros Gomes Waldir Antônio Bizzo Glauber Cruz Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento 2021-06-08 2021-06-08 7 10.32358/rpd.2021.v7.531