Global Journal of Arts and Humanities

  • Why Some Natural Areas Are Sacred? Lesson From Guji Oromo In Southern Ethiopia

    Why Some Natural Areas Are Sacred? Lesson From Guji Oromo In Southern Ethiopia Gemeda Odo Roba Current researches show that there are considerable sacred natural sites among Gujii Oromoo of southern Ethiopia. Nevertheless, the significant weight was not given to explore why some natural areas are sacred while others are profane. Hence, this article aims at addressing this question by exploring the traditional bases for classification of sacred and non-scared/profane land among Gujii Oromo in Adoola Reedde and Annaa Sorraa…

  • To analyze the perception of teachers about the vocal health workshop in a private school in the city of João Pessoa

    To analyze the perception of teachers about the vocal health workshop in a private school in the city of João Pessoa Camilo F.S1, Pereira M.E.M2 1Fonoaudióloga, Mestranda e Docente do Curso de Fonoaudiologia do UNIPÊ; 2Discente do Curso de Fonoaudiologia do UNIPÊ Introduction:Although the main task of the voice is communication, in modern society a third of the population depends on the voice as a primary instrument in their work. Among these professionals, the teacher can be highlighted as the…

  • Speech Therapy and Facilitating Strategies Used by Teachers I the Development of Reading and Writing of the Deaf

    Speech Therapy and Facilitating Strategies Used by Teachers I the Development of Reading and Writing of the Deaf Silva I.C.F1, Veras A.R.A.L2, Porto C.R3, Camilo F.S1, Cordeiro L.G.F4, Neves M.I.S4 1Fonoaudióloga Graduada pelo UNIPÊ – Centro Universitário de João Pessoa-PB; 2Fonoaudióloga, Mestre e Docente do Curso de Fonoaudiologia da Faculdade São Miguel – PE; 3Fonoaudióloga Pediátrica Clínica e Educacional; 4Discente do Curso de Fonoaudiologia do UNIPÊ – Centro Universitário de João Pessoa-PB. Introduction: A deaf child may develop pedagogically at…

  • Melodic Intonation Therapy With Music Support in Patients With Aphasia of Expression

    Melodic Intonation Therapy With Music Support in Patients With Aphasia of Expression Frexeira M1, Veras A.R.A.L2, Porto C.R3, Venâncio D.T. P4, Cordeiro L.G.F.C4, Silva L.G4 1Speech Therapist; 2Speech Therapist, Master, Phonoaudiology Faculdade São Miguel –PE; 3Students of the Speech-Language Pathology Centro Universitário de João Pessoa- UNIPÊ. Introduction: Aphasia is an acquired disorder of language processing due to brain damage, which can compromise expressive and receptive aspects. Music therapy can contribute both to the rehabilitation of the aphasic subjects’ linguistic abilities,…

  • Evaluate the benefits of cinema in spaces of health

    Evaluate the benefits of cinema in spaces of health Monteiro, I.F1; Araújo, N.G2; Santos, R.P3; Santos, K.M.J.S4; Maia, L.C5. 1,2,3,4Estudante do Curso de Odontologia – UFPE; 5Professora do Departamento de Patologia na UFPE. Introduction:The hospital cinema consists of bringing patients, caregivers and health professionals to a new environment bringing about a modification of the reality they are facing. Cine Clube +, linked to the MAIS Program (Manifestation of Integrated Art to Health), aims to promote humanization thus improving the quality…

  • To intervene directly in the construction of quality of life and progressive improvement of the disease

    Main Differences Between Diabetes Mellitus Types 1 and 2 in Relation to Genetic Factors Cavalcanti, H.G.O¹, Mendez, L.G.C², Campelo, P.B³ ¹Acadêmica do Curso de Enfermagem–UPE; ²Acadêmica do Curso de Enfermagem–UPE; ³Docente da disciplina de Arteterapia – UPE Introduction: Art therapy is a therapeutic modality based on the different psychological approaches that aims to treat human suffering using artistic activities, bringing with it the importance of therapeutic treatment that can be expressed in several ways such as: painting; drawing; collages; capoeira;…