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Goldstein, Ariel Alejandro

Works: 8 works in 18 publications in 2 languages and 1,030 library holdings
Genres: History  Academic theses 
Roles: Author
Classifications: F2538.3, 070.449320981
Publication Timeline
Most widely held works by Ariel Alejandro Goldstein
Prensa tradicional y liderazgos populares en Brasil by Ariel Alejandro Goldstein( )

8 editions published between 2017 and 2018 in Spanish and held by 996 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bolsonaro : la democracia de Brasil en peligro by Ariel Alejandro Goldstein( Book )

4 editions published in 2019 in Spanish and held by 19 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

De la expectativa a la confrontación : O Estado de S. Paulo durante el primer gobierno de Lula da Silva by Ariel Alejandro Goldstein( Book )

1 edition published in 2015 in Spanish and held by 9 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Populismos clásicos e intermediarios de la prensa en Argentina y Brasil by Ariel Alejandro Goldstein( )

1 edition published in 2017 in Spanish and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Abstract: Este trabajo analiza el papel que desempeñaron los líderes de las "segundas líneas" en la conso­lidación de los procesos populistas, con el fin de establecer una comparación entre los inter­mediarios del varguismo y del peronismo en sus relaciones con la prensa. Esta comparación puede resultar relevante para comprender desde una nueva perspectiva los vínculos entre aquélla y los procesos políticos populistas. Para el caso brasileño se analiza la actuación de Lourival Fontes, durante el primer gobierno de Vargas (1930-1945), y de Samuel Wainer, durante el segundo gobierno (1951-1954). En Argenti­na, los casos examinados son los papeles de Carlos Vicente Aloé y Raúl Apold, dos figuras relevantes en la relación del primer peronismo (1946-1955) con la prensa
Let's go for a ride! Our study of New York City buses : a social studies curriculum for 6/7-year olds by Ariel Alejandro Goldstein( )

1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

An integrated study for six year-olds on New York City buses. Includes lesson plans
Stop, Collaborate, and Breathe: An Examination of the Impact of a Novel Teacher Centered Classroom-Based Mindfulness Intervention for Elementary Aged Students by Ariel Alejandro Goldstein( )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Research has emerged supporting the use of Mindfulness Based Interventions (MBIs) to treat a spectrum of medical and psychological ailments, including pain, addiction, and anxiety. Beyond the treatment of specific conditions, neuropsychological studies have also shown MBIs to positively impact individuals’ executive, attentional, and memory functioning. A recent meta-analysis identified that the majority of research conducted on the use of formalized MBIs has used adult samples (Renshaw & O’Malley, 2014). Consequently, there is currently a dearth of literature pertaining the use of MBIs with youth. The present study was conducted to evaluate the impact of a school-based mindfulness program for elementary aged children (N = 138). Teacher reported data on student levels of attention, hyperactivity, and prosocial behavior were collected at three time points throughout the school year (Fall, Winter, and Spring). A repeated measures mixed between-within Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) was conducted to examine main effects on each dependent variable, as well as, interaction effects and main effects on each of four grouping variables (age, sex, parent-education, and fidelity). Significant main effects were detected over the course of the intervention on the variables of attention, hyperactivity, and prosocial behavior. Further analysis of grouping variables found significant differences between boys and girls on all three dependent variables. Significant differences were also found between levels of parent education on the variables of attention and prosocial behavior. These findings support trends observed in the growing literature on MBIs and youth. Implications for the feasibility of implementing MBIs in a classroom setting are also discussed
The Press and Classical Populism in Argentina and Brazil( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Comparison of the policies vis-à-vis the press of the classical populist governments of Argentina and Brazil reveals that the populist elites came into conflict with traditional media elites over exclusionary views that modified the contours of the public sphere. Newspapers committed to liberal principles engaged in intransigent struggle with populism, and this struggle created opportunities for new entrepreneurs to form political alliances with these governments to expand their businesses. The relationship between these "mediatized populisms" and the new media entrepreneurs contributed to the patrimonialism that came to characterize the link between the media and Latin American states in subsequent years. Una comparación de las políticas relativas a la prensa por parte de los gobiernos populistas clásicos de Argentina y Brasil muestra que las élites populistas entraron en conflicto con las élites de los medios tradicionales. Dichas desavenencias fueron causadas por puntos de vista excluyentes que alteraban el contorno de la esfera pública. Los periódicos comprometidos con los principios liberales sostuvieron una lucha intransigente con el populismo, lucha que dio la oportunidad a nuevos empresarios de formar alianzas políticas con dichos gobiernos y expandir así sus negocios. La relación entre estos "populismos mediáticos" y los empresarios de los nuevos medios contribuyó al patrimonialismo que asumiría el vínculo entre dichos medios y los Estados latinoamericanos en años subsiguientes
Literacy Screening Among Latino/a and Dual Language Learner Kindergarteners: Predicting First Grade Reading Achievement( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

ABSTRACT: This study examined the relative contributions of Latino/a children's (N =102) school readiness and early literacy skills during kindergarten in predicting first grade reading achievement. By using discriminant function analyses, the current study identified a set of areas to assess that could be used to effectively screen children during kindergarten to distinguish those that might benefit most from early and targeted literacy supports. Results suggest that receptive vocabulary, phonological awareness, and word reading were the areas in kindergarten that provided strong predictive power for understanding children's end of first grade reading achievement. These results provide important insights into an efficient assessment framework literacy educators can utilize to effectively monitor and support the early literacy development of Latino/a students
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