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  1. Program Energy of the CNRS. Topic 10 combustion and capture of CO{sub 2}. PRI 10.1. Capture by adsorption of the CO{sub 2} in thermal power plants gas and their injection in petroleum wells. Final report period 2002-2004; Programme energie du CNRS. Theme 10 combustion et capture du CO2. PRI 10.1. Capture par adsorption du CO2 dans des gaz de centrales thermiques et leur injection en puits de petrole. Rapport final periode 2002-2004

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    Tondeur, D

    2005-07-01

    In the framework of the global warming resulting of the greenhouse gases emission increase, the carbon dioxide capture and storage in deep underground cavities of old petroleum and gas deposits, are studied. This report presents the researches realized by the CNRS (France) in the domain: technology and knowledge assessment concerning the carbon dioxide capture and storage, active coals for the CO{sub 2} capture, methodology of thermo-economical optimization of the combined cycle, global simulation of an IGCC (Integrated gasification combined cycle) with CO{sub 2} capture and integration in the process scheme, petroleum recovery-aided by CO{sub 2} injection, storage in geological deposits. (A.L.B.)

  2. La médaille de bronze du CNRS à un physicien clermontois

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    2005-01-01

    Evey year, the National center for scientific research (CNRS), rewards around fifty of searchers at various stages of their career. The bronze medal rewards the first work of a searcher, making of him a specialist in his field; Philippe Crochet was awarded this medal

  3. Histoire d'une cité scientifique le campus du CNRS à Gif-sur-Yvette (1946-2016)

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    2016-01-01

    L'histoire du campus de Gif-sur-Yvette, cité scientifique de renommée internationale, commence en 1946, à l'heure de la reconstruction de la recherche française, ajuste après le deuxième conflit mondial. L'histoire du campus de Gif-sur-Yvette, cité scientifique de renommée internationale, commence en 1946, à l'heure de la reconstruction de la recherche française, ajuste après le deuxième conflit mondial. À cette époque, l'on cherche à favoriser l'émergence d'études nouvelles, à soutenir les travaux fondamentaux sans s'interdire de réfléchir à leurs applications, ou encore à stimuler l'interdisciplinarité. L'acquisition du domaine par le CNRS reflète alors l'ambition de son directeur, Frédéric Joliot-Curie, de refonder la Recherche scientifique et de restaurer son rayonnement. Depuis, le campus de Gif-sur-Yvette a connu une formidable aventure, aussi bien humaine que scientifique. Pionnier dans de nombreux domaines, en biologie, en chimie mais aussi en sciences du climat et de l'env...

  4. Chinese Acrobatics: Following Theme Acrobatics and Cirque Du Soleil

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    陆定纲

    2007-01-01

    We will never forget the feeling of glories that large theme acrobatic drama Mysterious Oriental City,which was continuously performed for over2000times in Florida,U.S.A.since1986,brought to us;andwe will never forget the feeling of happiness when this artistic attempt received thunderous applauds in aforeign country.The feeling of glories and happiness stimulates our love and esteem to the art ofacrobatics.It is because of this love that we endeavor to discuss the Chinese acrobatics following themeacrob...

  5. ADREAM : Bâtiment instrumenté et à énergie optimisée du LAAS-CNRS : Simulation Energétique Dynamique en vue d’une gestion intelligente de l’énergie

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    PAPAS, Ilias; Estibals, Bruno; Ecrepont, Christelle; Alonso, Corinne

    2016-01-01

    National audience; Le bâtiment ADREAM est une structure architecturale innovante qui intègre 6500 capteurs dans le but d'effectuer un suivi complet des flux énergétiques. ADREAM est une plateforme multidisciplinaire qui permet le développement de nouveaux réseaux d'énergie de type Smart Grid. Une description du bâtiment et de tous les systèmes de génie climatique et de contrôle est fournie. La méthodologie complète pour le développement et la validation d'un modèle thermique est présentée. Le...

  6. Patrick Janot receives the CNRS silver medal

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    2005-01-01

    Patrick Janot during the award ceremony. (Photo Schwemling, Paris) On 25 November, Patrick Janot of the CERN Physics Department received the CNRS silver medal for IN2P3 (Institut national de physique nucléaire et de physique des particules). This prize, one of the most prestigious awarded by the French research centre, is given to scientists for the 'originality, quality and importance of their work, as recognised both nationally and internationally'. Patrick Janot joined the ALEPH collaboration, one of the four experiments at LEP, then under construction, in 1987. First a CERN Fellow, he went on to work for the CNRS at LAL in 1989. Together with his team, he developed innovative algorithms for the reconstruction of events. This work and others earned him the bronze CNRS medal in 1993, which is awarded to scientists for their first achievements. In 1997, he became a permanent physicist at CERN, where he continued to work for ALEPH. He was appointed LEP scientific co-ordinator for the last two years of the ac...

  7. CNRS researchers' popularization activities: a progress report

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    Yves Croissant

    2007-09-01

    Full Text Available We have analyzed the popularization activities undertaken by ten thousand CNRS researchers by means of their annual reports for the years 2004, 2005 and 2006. This is the first time that such an extensive statistical study on science popularization practices is carried out. Our main findings are : - the majority of researchers is not involved in popularization (51% has not done any popularization over the three-year period, two thirds have been involved in no more than one popularization action. - popularization practices are extremely diverse, both at the individual level (we have identified three subpopulations that feature distinctive attitudes towards popularization, and at the level of scientific disciplines (researchers in Humanities are twice as active as the average, as well as in laboratories or geographical regions. - the number of actions reported in 2005 greatly increased compared to 2004 (+ 26%, while they slightly diminished in 2006.

  8. Characterization of CNRS Fizeau wedge laser tuner

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    A fringe detection and measurement system was constructed for use with the CNRS Fizeau wedge laser tuner, consisting of three circuit boards. The first board is a standard Reticon RC-100 B motherboard which is used to provide the timing, video processing, and housekeeping functions required by the Reticon RL-512 G photodiode array used in the system. The sampled and held video signal from the motherboard is processed by a second, custom fabricated circuit board which contains a high speed fringe detection and locating circuit. This board includes a dc level discriminator type fringe detector, a counter circuit to determine fringe center, a pulsed laser triggering circuit, and a control circuit to operate the shutter for the He-Ne reference laser beam. The fringe center information is supplied to the third board, a commercial single board computer, which governs the data collection process and interprets the results.

  9. Roussel Cyril, Les Druzes de Syrie. Territoire et mobilité, Beyrouth, Presses de l’Ifpo (avec le concours du Ministère des Affaires étrangères et du Cnrs et soutien de l’université F. Rabelais de Tours, 2011, 261 p., 50 fig.

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    Isabelle Rivoal

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available Il y a deux façons de lire le livre de Cyril Roussel : la première en tant qu’étude de géographie contemporaine sur la Syrie ; la seconde comme une étude de la minorité druze au Proche-Orient, d’un point de vue de géographe. La compréhension de la Syrie (au sens large du Bilād al-shām à partir d’une approche spatiale et par l’étude des relations entre ses territoires est forte d’une tradition scientifique qui a produit des modèles opératoires pour les sciences sociales. De l’ouvrage fondateu...

  10. Atlas du Liban

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    Ramez Philippe Maalouf

    2008-11-01

    Full Text Available Compte-rendu de l’ouvrage Atlas du Liban: territoires et société, sous la direction d’Éric Verdeil, Ghaleb Faour et Sébastien Velut, édition franco-libanaise de l’IFPO (Institut Français du Proche-Orient et du CNRS Liban (Conseil National de la Recherche Scientifique – Liban, Beyrouth 2007.Resenha do livro Atlas du Liban: territoires et société, sob a direção de Éric Verdeil, Ghaleb Faour e Sébastien Velut, editado por iniciativa franco-libanesa do IFPO (Institut Français du Proche-Orient e pelo CNRS Liban (Conseil National de la Recherche Scientifique – Liban, Beirute, 2007.Review of Atlas du Liban: territoires et société, edited by Éric Verdeil, Ghaleb Faour and Sébastien Velut, french-lebanese edition by IFPO (Institut Français du Proche-Orient and CNRS Liban (Conseil National de la Recherche Scientifique – Liban Beirut, 2007.

  11. Prof. Philippe Descola: Winner of the 2012 CNRS Golden Medal

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    DESCOLA, Philippe

    2015-01-01

    Of the sixty-four gold medals awarded by the CNRS since 1954, in some years to two laureates, only fourteen have rewarded researchers in the humanities and social sciences. It is therefore a very rare honour that is being bestowed upon me this evening. © Philippe Descola The pluralist anthropology that I advocate does not consider the awareness that other peoples forge of their lifestyles as ideologies, the principles of which have to be revealed, or as alternative cosmologies that ought to ...

  12. Theming Asia

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    Erb, Maribeth; Ong, Chin Ee

    2017-01-01

    This paper introduces a special issue on Theme Parks in Asia with reflections on how the various theoretical ideas on theming and theme parks that are found in the social science literature can help us to understand the proliferation of theming and theme parks in contemporary Asia. How does theming

  13. CNRS researchers' popularization activities: a progress report (French original version

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    Yves Croissant

    2007-09-01

    Full Text Available We have analyzed the popularization activities undertaken by ten thousand CNRS researchers by means of their annual reports for the years 2004, 2005 and 2006. This is the first time that such an extensive statistical study on science popularization practices is carried out. Our main findings are : - the majority of researchers is not involved in popularization (51% has not done any popularization over the three-year period, two thirds have been involved in no more than one popularization action. - popularization practices are extremely diverse, both at the individual level (we have identified three subpopulations that feature distinctive attitudes towards popularization, and at the level of scientific disciplines (researchers in Humanities are twice as active as the average, as well as in laboratories or geographical regions. - the number of actions reported in 2005 greatly increased compared to 2004 (+ 26%, while they slightly diminished in 2006.

  14. Le contexte du materiel pedagogique dans l'anglais de specialite. Etude sur les themes tires de l'environnement (The Context of Instructional Materials for ESP. A Study of Themes Drawn from the Environment).

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    Williams, Ray

    1981-01-01

    Challenges the idea that ESP courses should be based strictly on instructional materials taken from the relevant professional context. Accordingly recommends a multidisciplinary themes approach as illustrated in the detailed description of the methods and materials used in a course offered by the University of Aston (Birmingham). Societe Nouvelle…

  15. Dynamic expression patterns of the new protocadherin families CNRs and Pcdh-gamma during mouse odontogenesis: comparison with reelin expression.

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    Heymann, R; Kallenbach, S; Alonso, S; Carroll, P; Mitsiadis, T A

    2001-08-01

    Protocadherins are transmembrane glycoproteins belonging to the cadherin superfamily of molecules, which are involved in many biological processes such as cell adhesion, cytoskeletal organization and morphogenesis. Protocadherins generally exhibit only moderate adhesive activity and are highly expressed in the nervous system. Here, we report on the expression pattern of two novel families of protocadherins (CNRs and Pcdh-gamma) during rodent teeth development. Furthermore, we compare their expression with that of reelin, which is the potential ligand of CNRs. Throughout odontogenesis, CNRs, Pcdh-gamma and reelin show dynamic spatiotemporal expression patterns, which relate to both morphogenesis and cell differentiation events.

  16. Elogio da Sociologia: discurso de aceitação da Medalha de Ouro do CNRS

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    Bourdieu, Pierre

    2013-01-01

    Trata-se de discurso proferido por Pierre Bourdieu após o recebimento da Medalha de Ouro do Centre National de la Recheche Scientifique (CNRS), a mais importante distinção científica da França. Bourdieu realiza aqui um elogio à sociologia. Discute o status de ciência da disciplina, sempre alvo de polêmicas. Para que possa ser efetivamente uma forma de conhecimento autônoma e cumulativa, a sociologia, segundo Bourdieu, deve ser necessariamente reflexiva, ao tomar-se como objeto e empregar os i...

  17. La cause des femmes au ministère du Travail : le Comité du travail féminin (1965-1984)

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    Revillard, Anne

    2007-01-01

    Rapport de recherche sur le Comité du travail féminin (1965-1984), réalisé dans le cadre d'un contrat DARES/CNRS à l'occasion du centenaire du ministère du Travail (2006); Présentation de l'objetCréé en 1965 sous la tutelle du Ministère du travail, le Comité d'étude et de liaison des problèmes du travail féminin (qui devient Comité du travail féminin en 1971), présidé par Marcelle Devaud, est un organisme consultatif situé à l'interface entre Etat et société civile, composé de représentants d...

  18. GEDEON: A joint venture between research (CEA and CNRS) and industry (EDF and FRAMATOME)

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    Schapira, J P

    1999-01-01

    Nuclear waste partitioning and transmutation (P and T) are considered in France as an official line of research, in accordance with the Law of December 30, 1991 concerning research in the field of long lived and highly active nuclear waste. A research group called GEDEON (GEstion des DEchets par des Options Nouvelles) has been set up between CEA, CNRS, EDF and FRAMATOME with the aim to carry out basic research related to the use of accelerator driven subcritical systems (ADS) and of thorium as an option to reduce the waste long term impacts. In the partners agreement of GEDEON, the following subjects have been identified: spallation physics, nuclear data, subcritical neutronic studies, materials, thorium, system and scenario studies. The organization as well as the scientific program and activities of GEDEON are presented.

  19. Detailed Performance Analysis of the 10-Kw CNRS-Promes Dish/Stirling System

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    Reinalter, W.; Ulmer, S.; Heller, P.; Rauch, T.; Gineste, J. M.; Ferriere, A.; Nepveu, F.

    2006-07-01

    The CNRS-Promes dish/Stirling system was erected in June 2004 as the last of three country reference units built in the Envirodish project, partly financed by the German ministry of environment. It represents the latest development step of the EuroDish system with many improved components. With a measured peak of 11 kW electrical output power it is also the best performing system so far. The measurement campaign to determine the optical and thermodynamic efficiency of the system is presented. The optical quality of the concentrator and the energy input to the power conversion unit was measured with a classical flux-mapping system using a Lambertian target and a CCD camera system. For the thermodynamic analysis all the data necessary for a complete energy balance around the Stirling engine, i.e. efficiency of the Stirling motor, the cavity and the receiver as well as the parasitic losses were measured or approximated by calculations. Such a detailed performance analysis helps to quantify all significant losses of the system and to identify the most rewarding future improvements. (Author)

  20. Theme: The Profession Reacts.

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    Gartin, Stacy A.; And Others

    1989-01-01

    The theme is the National Academy of Sciences study of agricultural education at the secondary level. Reactors discuss educational change, leadership training, student organizations, supervised occupational experience programs, delivery systems, teacher education, and the future of vocational agriculture. (JOW)

  1. Theme: Experiential Learning.

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    Leske, Gary; And Others

    1994-01-01

    Theme articles focus on the relationship of experiential learning to school-to-work transition, science fair projects, leadership training, performance-based assessment, livestock judging, management instruction for farm women, and instructor preparation. (JOW)

  2. Theme of Vanity Fair

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    祝荣玲

    2008-01-01

    1.1The Theme:A Novel without a Hero There is one clear,overarching theme in Vanity Fair:A Novel without a Hero,and Thackeray telegraphs it in his title and subtitle.In the pages of Vanity Fair,all is vanity and all are vain.Some are more vain-more obsessed with self and with the ephemeral treasures of social position and money-than others,

  3. Michel Spiro is appointed director of the IN2P3 and the Department of Nuclear and Particle Physics of the CNRS

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    2003-01-01

    "Michel Spiro was appointed director of the IN2P3, by order of the Minister of Youth, National Education and Research and the Minister of Research and New Technologies on February 17, 2003. He was also appointed director of the Department of Nuclear and Particle Physics of the CNRS by decision of the CNRS Director General on February 21, 2003" (1/2 page).

  4. Des formes à consommer. Pensées et pratiques du design industriel en France (1945-1980

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    Claire Leymonerie

    2011-05-01

    Full Text Available Composition du juryMadame Marie - Emmanuelle Chessel, directrice de recherche au CNRS (CRH, ÉHESS, présidente,Monsieur Franck Cochoy, Professeur à l'Université de Toulouse II-Le Mirail, codirecteur de thèse,Monsieur Jean-Pierre Daviet, professeur émérite à l’Université de Caen, rapporteur,Monsieur Patrick Fridenson, directeur d'études à l'ÉHESS, codirecteur de thèse,Monsieur Armand Hatchuel, professeur à Mines ParisTech, Madame Danièle Voldman, directrice de recherche au CNRS (CHS, Universit...

  5. Effet du contexte lexical sur l'accès à la signification des homographes polarisés

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    2000-01-01

    Membres du Jury : Guy DENHIERE, Directeur de Recherche au C.N.R.S., Aix-en-Provence. Michel FAYOL, Professeur, Université de Clermont-Ferrand II. Jonathan GRAINGER, Directeur de Recherche au C.N.R.S., Aix-en-Provence. Pierre MARQUER, Maître de Conférences Habilité, Université de Paris V.; The aim of the present thesis is to determine homograph representation in memory. Different hypotheses were identified in the symbolic theoretical framework. Two criteria differentiate these hypotheses. The ...

  6. Theme: Developing Entrepreneurship.

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    Lawrence, Layle D.; And Others

    1990-01-01

    Eight articles discuss the theme of entrepreneurship in the rural United States. Includes results of a survey of vocational agricultural graduates who are either sole proprietors or partners in agricultural occupations and a description of an award-winning program at Western High School in Russiaville, Indiana. Also discusses the economics of a…

  7. Unity in Major Themes

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    Booss-Bavnbek, Bernhelm; Davis, Philip J.

    We describe and explain the desire, common among mathematicians, both for unity and independence in its major themes. In the dialogue that follows, we express our spontaneous and considered judgment and reservations; by contrasting the development of mathematics as a goal-driven process as opposed...

  8. Theme: Urban Mechanization.

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    Miller, Glen; And Others, Eds.

    1991-01-01

    Six theme articles discuss agricultural mechanics and its image problem, its importance, and its relevance to urban mechanization. They stress the need for agricultural mechanics and science in the urban environment for preparation for a variety of careers including landscape technology, environmental technology, energy systems management, and…

  9. Theme: Teaching Agriscience.

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    Vaughn, Paul R.; And Others

    1993-01-01

    The theme articles look at the differences between agriscience and regular science and stresses the importance of including both in the agricultural education program. Discusses environmental studies, cooperation between science and agricultural teachers, public image, how much science is being taught, how to incorporate science, integrating…

  10. Theme: Agricultural Literacy.

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    Deeds, Jacquelyn P.; And Others

    1991-01-01

    Six theme articles attempt to define and advocate agricultural literacy, review the status of K-8 agricultural literacy programs in states, discuss an Oklahoma study of agricultural literacy, clarify the meaning of sustainable agriculture, and describe the Future Farmers of America's Food for America program for elementary students. (SK)

  11. Theme: Urban Agriculture.

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    Ellibee, Margaret; And Others

    1990-01-01

    On the theme of secondary agricultural education in urban areas, this issue includes articles on opportunities, future directions, and implications for the profession; creative supervised experiences for horticulture students; floral marketing, multicultural education; and cultural diversity in urban agricultural education. (JOW)

  12. FY17 Strategic Themes.

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    Leland, Robert W. [Sandia National Lab. (SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States)

    2017-03-01

    I am pleased to present this summary of the FY17 Division 1000 Science and Technology Strategic Plan. As this plan represents a continuation of the work we started last year, the four strategic themes (Mission Engagement, Bold Outcomes, Collaborative Environment, and Safety Imperative) remain the same, along with many of the goals. You will see most of the changes in the actions listed for each goal: We completed some actions, modified others, and added a few new ones. As I’ve stated previously, this is not a strategy to be pursued in tension with the Laboratory strategic plan. The Division 1000 strategic plan is intended to chart our course as we strive to contribute our very best in service of the greater Laboratory strategy. I welcome your feedback and look forward to our dialogue about these strategic themes. Please join me as we move forward to implement the plan in the coming months.

  13. FY16 Strategic Themes.

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    Leland, Robert W. [Sandia National Lab. (SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States)

    2017-03-01

    I am pleased to present this summary of the Division 1000 Science and Technology Strategic Plan. This plan was created with considerable participation from all levels of management in Division 1000, and is intended to chart our course as we strive to contribute our very best in service of the greater Laboratory strategy. The plan is characterized by four strategic themes: Mission Engagement, Bold Outcomes, Collaborative Environment, and the Safety Imperative. Each theme is accompanied by a brief vision statement, several goals, and planned actions to support those goals throughout FY16. I want to be clear that this is not a strategy to be pursued in tension with the Laboratory strategic plan. Rather, it is intended to describe “how” we intend to show up for the “what” described in Sandia’s Strategic Plan. I welcome your feedback and look forward to our dialogue about these strategic themes. Please join me as we move forward to implement the plan in the coming year.

  14. Drupal 7 Theming Cookbook

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    Kumar, Karthik

    2012-01-01

    Part of Packt's Cookbook series, this book offers solutions to common theme design problems in the form of recipes. Each recipe contains step-by-step instructions and screenshots. The book is designed so that you can read it chapter by chapter, or you can refer to each recipe in no particular order. This book is for Drupal developers and administrators who want to refresh the look and feel of their site. We assume that readers are familiar with basic PHP, CSS, and XHTML as well as the general use of Drupal.

  15. Du fratinoj

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    1996-01-01

    Vivis iam du fratinoj-Aje kaj Fatme.Iliapatrino estis duon-patrino por Fatme kaj in neamis.Foje i diris al sia edzo:-Faru kion ajn,sed mi ne plu volas vidiFatme.La sekvan tagon la patro forkondukis la

  16. Crises hydrauliques et perceptions du risque environnemental en Méditerranée occidentale

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    Yves Luginbuhl

    2004-12-01

    Full Text Available Financé par le programme « Eau, environnement et sociétés » du département SHS du CNRS, ce programme a pour objectif, grâce à une meilleure articulation entre sciences sociales et sciences du milieu, d'apporter des connaissances nouvelles sur la perception du risque par les acteurs concernés, tel qu’il est déjà vécu dans certaines zones, ainsi que dans l'hypothèse d’une crise hydraulique plus générale. Il concerne 4 pays, dont 2 pays européens de la rive nord de la Méditerranée (Espagne, Fran...

  17. Theme Comprehension: Beyond the Details

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    Lord, Kathleen M.

    2014-01-01

    Even though theme is cited in two of the 10 Common Core Standards for Reading Literature, little is written on how to teach it. Determining theme while reading a story is a critical element of reading literature, yet some children simply struggle. The instructional strategies presented here are designed to hone students' theme awareness and…

  18. Fliche Benoît, Odyssées Turques. Les migrations d’un village anatolien, Paris, Editions du CNRS, 2007, 236 p.

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    Claire Autant-Dorier

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available La parution de ces Odyssées turques s’inscrit dans un contexte où la production éditoriale française portant sur les migrations turques s’est considérablement enrichie, depuis plus d'une décennie, grâce aux efforts conjugués de géographes, sociologues et anthropologues. L’intérêt premier de cet ouvrage est de déplacer un regard souvent stigmatisant sur ce courant migratoire (Tribalat, 1996 vers l’espace d’émigration et de considérer ce qu’il en est des recompositions et des transformations t...

  19. Joël Laillier, Entrer dans la danse. L’Envers du Ballet de l’Opéra de Paris (CNRS Éditions, 2017)

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    Faure, Sylvia

    2017-01-01

    version postprint À partir d’une enquête de terrain conduite entre 2006 et 2010, Joël Laillier présente une monographie de la compagnie de danse de l’Opéra de Paris. Il propose d’étudier les conditions de formation de l’école des « petits rats » puis celles de la carrière professionnelle au sein de cette institution qui sélectionne, élit, sanctionne, crée puis entretient les désirs vocationnels des danseurs et des danseuses. L’objet principal de l’ouvrage porte sur les logiques de l’engageme...

  20. The CNRS and the nuclear wastes management. Contribution to the program on the electronuclear cycle downstream PACE at the law of the 30 December 1991; Le CNRS et la gestion des dechets nucleaires. Contribution du programme sur l'aval du cycle electronucleaire PACE a la loi du 30 decembre 1991

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    NONE

    2005-07-01

    This document is a presentation of the activities of the PACE program. It presents the researches historical aspects, the researches concerning the axis 1 (transmutation, nuclear data acquisition, scenarios, separation and physico-chemistry in homogenous solution, the specific conditioning) and the axis 2 researches (the containment safety studies of the underground disposal, the physico-chemical phenomenons at the interfaces, the radionuclides migration). (A.L.B.)

  1. modelisation du comportement hydrologique du bassin versant du ...

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    caractéristiques physiographiques du bassin dans le modèle permet la mise en évidence de son ... espèces les plus hygrophiles du secteur ombrophile. ...... [13] - F. HENDRICKX, Impact hydrologique d‟un changement climatique sur le bassin du ... LOPES, On the effect of uncertainty in spatial distribution of rainfall on ...

  2. Retours d'expériences: « Les applications pilotes du projet ENERGIC OD » : Surveillance du trait de côte

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    VILMUS, Thierry; Frézot, Olivier

    2016-01-01

    National audience; Animation et présentation du projet ENERGIC OD: • Yves RIALLANT, Délégué général de l'AFIGEOLes applications pilotes du projet: • ProxiSanté : Application d'analyse de l'accessibilité aux services de santé Thomas PORTIER, Depth France SAS • Surveillance du Trait de Côte Thierry VILMUS, BRGM • Intégration des données de capteurs dans les infrastructures de données géographiques François LEPRINCE, Alkante S.A.S • Le bruit dans ma ville-OnoMap Erwan BOCHER, CNRS / Judicaël PIC...

  3. La maquette digitale du tunnel du LEP

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    Brouns, G

    2000-01-01

    Pour l'installation du LHC et son équipement périphérique (ligne cryogénique, câbles, tuyauterie, etc.) dans le tunnel du LEP, une maquette digitale CAO doit être faite. Après un rappel de la définition théorique du tunnel du LEP, cette LHC project Note décrit comment sont utilisées et intégrées d'anciennes et de nouvelles mesures du tunnel pour arriver à un ensemble de données qui permettent de construire la maquette digitale (CAO) du tunnel du LHC. Ensuite, les résultats sont comparés à leur valeur théorique d'une part, et aux anciennes valeurs disponibles d'autre part.

  4. Une anthropologie comparative du don et de la baraka :

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    AKRIMI, Salem

    2006-01-01

    Résumé de la thèse en ethnologie de Salem Akrimi présentée et soutenue publiquement à l’Université Paul Verlaine-Metz le 30 octobre 2006. Membres du Jury : Pierre Bonte, Directeur de recherche au CNRS (rapporteur, Président de Jury), Richard Lioger, Président de l’Université Paul Verlaine-Metz (directeur de thèse), Abdel Wedoud Ould Cheikh, Professeur à l’Université Paul Verlaine-Metz (codirecteur de thèse), André Julliard, Chargé de recherche au CNRS (rapporteur). L’objet de cette étude es...

  5. The GEISA 2009 Spectroscopic Database System and its CNES/CNRS Ether Products and Services Center Interactive Distribution

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    Jacquinet-Husson, Nicole; Crépeau, Laurent; Capelle, Virginie; Scott, Noëlle; Armante, Raymond; Chédin, Alain; Boonne, Cathy; Poulet-Crovisier, Nathalie

    2010-05-01

    The GEISA (1) (Gestion et Etude des Informations Spectroscopiques Atmosphériques: Management and Study of Atmospheric Spectroscopic Information) computer-accessible database, initiated in 1976, is developed and maintained at LMD (Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique, France) a system comprising three independent sub-databases devoted respectively to : line transition parameters, infrared and ultraviolet/visible absorption cross-sections, microphysical and optical properties of atmospheric aerosols. The updated 2009 edition (GEISA-09) archives, in its line transition parameters sub-section, 50 molecules, corresponding to 111 isotopes, for a total of 3,807,997 entries, in the spectral range from 10-6 to 35,877.031 cm-1. Detailed description of the whole database contents will be documented. GEISA and GEISA/IASI are implemented on the CNES/CNRS Ether Products and Services Centre WEB site (http://ether.ipsl.jussieu.fr), where all archived spectroscopic data can be handled through general and user friendly associated management software facilities. These facilities will be described and widely illustrated, as well. Interactive demonstrations will be given if technical possibilities are feasible at the time of the Poster Display Session. More than 350 researchers are registered for on line use of GEISA on Ether. Currently, GEISA is involved in activities (2) related to the remote sensing of the terrestrial atmosphere thanks to the sounding performances of new generation of hyperspectral Earth' atmospheric sounders, like AIRS (Atmospheric Infrared Sounder -http://www-airs.jpl.nasa.gov/), in the USA, and IASI (Infrared Atmospheric Sounding Interferometer -http://earth-sciences.cnes.fr/IASI/) in Europe, using the 4A radiative transfer model (3) (4A/LMD http://ara.lmd.polytechnique.fr; 4A/OP co-developed by LMD and NOVELTIS -http://www.noveltis.fr/) with the support of CNES (2006). Refs: (1) Jacquinet-Husson N., N.A. Scott, A. Chédin,L. Crépeau, R. Armante, V. Capelle

  6. The Theme of Displacement in Contemporary Art

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    John POTTS

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Cet article examine les images et idées de dislocation dans des œuvres d'art récentes. Le thème du déplacement ou de la dislocation est traité dans le contexte de l'aspect globalisant de l'art contemporain, considéré lui-même comme un reflet de la mondialisation. Les principaux textes théoriques qui influencent et informent les pratiques en matière de conservation sont abordés, entre autres les écrits de Giorgio Agamben, Nicolas Bourriaud et Rex Butler. Le thème de la dislocation dans l'art contemporain est analysé au travers des œuvres de nombreux artistes, tels que Francis Alÿs, Bill Fontana, Allan Sekula, Chen Chieh-jen, Ai Wei Wei, Rosemary Laing, Mike Parr, Santiago Sierra, Rebecca Belmore et Tracey Moffatt.This essay considers images and ideas of displacement in recent works of art. The theme of displacement is examined in the context of the globalist aspect of contemporary art, itself a reflection of globalisation. Influential theoretical texts informing curatorial practice and the discourse of contemporary art theory are discussed, including the writings of Girogio Agamben, Nicolas Bourriaud and Rex Butler. The theme of displacement in contemporary art is analysed with regard to the work of many artists, including Francis Alÿs, Bill Fontana, Allan Sekula, Chen Chieh-jen, Ai Wei Wei, Rosemary Laing, Mike Parr, Santiago Sierra, Rebecca Belmore and Tracey Moffatt.

  7. Interaction Themes in Music Therapy

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    Holck, Ulla

    2006-01-01

    Based on a doctoral study, the author presents a type of music therapy interaction called ‘Interaction Themes.’ These are developed from session to session and often appear in music therapy interventions with children with severe functional limitations, especially children with autism. Although...... whose expressions are often difficult to understand. This presentation describes the characteristics and functions of Interaction Themes, compares the phenomenon with music therapy case literature and delimits it in regard to other types of music therapy interaction with this client group....... the Interaction Themes are characterised by a relatively simple and self-generated content, they have an essential function because they contain the child’s and music therapist’s joint interaction history. They make up the context within which it is possible to create meaningful interaction with a client group...

  8. Interaction Themes in Music Therapy

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    Holck, Ulla

    2006-01-01

    Based on a doctoral study, the author presents a type of music therapy interaction called ‘Interaction Themes.’ These are developed from session to session and often appear in music therapy interventions with children with severe functional limitations, especially children with autism. Although...... whose expressions are often difficult to understand. The presented article describes the characteristics and functions of Interaction Themes, compares the phenomenon with music therapy case literature and delimits it in regard to other types of music therapy interaction with this client group....... the Interaction Themes are characterised by a relatively simple and self-generated content, they have an essential function because they contain the child’s and music therapist’s joint interaction history. They make up the context within which it is possible to create meaningful interaction with a client group...

  9. Interaction Themes in Music Therapy

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    Holck, Ulla

    2006-01-01

    Based on a doctoral study, the author presents a type of music therapy interaction called ‘Interaction Themes.’ These are developed from session to session and often appear in music therapy interventions with children with severe functional limitations, especially children with autism. Although...... whose expressions are often difficult to understand. The presented article describes the characteristics and functions of Interaction Themes, compares the phenomenon with music therapy case literature and delimits it in regard to other types of music therapy interaction with this client group....... the Interaction Themes are characterised by a relatively simple and self-generated content, they have an essential function because they contain the child’s and music therapist’s joint interaction history. They make up the context within which it is possible to create meaningful interaction with a client group...

  10. Interaction Themes in Music Therapy

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    Holck, Ulla

    2006-01-01

    Based on a doctoral study, the author presents a type of music therapy interaction called ‘Interaction Themes.’ These are developed from session to session and often appear in music therapy interventions with children with severe functional limitations, especially children with autism. Although...... whose expressions are often difficult to understand. This presentation describes the characteristics and functions of Interaction Themes, compares the phenomenon with music therapy case literature and delimits it in regard to other types of music therapy interaction with this client group....... the Interaction Themes are characterised by a relatively simple and self-generated content, they have an essential function because they contain the child’s and music therapist’s joint interaction history. They make up the context within which it is possible to create meaningful interaction with a client group...

  11. Interaction themes in music therapy

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    Holck, Ulla

    2004-01-01

    Based on a doctoral study, the author presents a type of music therapyinteraction called ?Interaction Themes.? These are developed fromsession to session and often appear in music therapy interventions withchildren with severe functional limitations, especially children withautism. Although...... whoseexpressions are often difficult to understand. The article describes thecharacteristics and functions of Interaction Themes, compares thephenomenon with music therapy case literature and delimits it in regardto other types of music therapy interaction with this client group. Theresults are described through...... the Interaction Themes are characterised by arelatively simple and self-generated content, they have an essentialfunction because they contain the child?s and music therapist?s jointinteraction history. They make up the context within which it ispossible to create meaningful interaction with a client group...

  12. Accessing Transgenerational Themes Through Dreamwork.

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    Andrews, Jennifer; And Others

    1988-01-01

    Proposes use of dreamwork to evoke historical patterns or transgenerational themes. Describes new variant of dreamwork which combines aspects of both gestalt and family systems therapies. Implications of therapeutic dramatization for couple therapy are suggested. Examples are included. (Author/NB)

  13. Theme: Staying Current--Horticulture.

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    Shry, Carroll L., Jr.; And Others

    1986-01-01

    This theme issue on staying current in horticulture includes articles on sex equity in horticulture, Future Farmers of America, career opportunities in horticulture, staying current with your school district's needs, staying current in horticulture instruction, staying current with landscape trade associations, emphasizing the basics in vocational…

  14. Theme: A Parable on Destiny.

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    Wardlow, George; And Others

    1992-01-01

    Theme articles discuss the need for agriculture teachers to heed research in science education; describe the landscape horticulture program at Anoka (MN) High School; propose a change of curriculum objectives to ones that teach students career readiness; and describe the East Environmental Science and Agri-Business Magnet High School in Kansas…

  15. BuddyPress theme development

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    Lister, Tammie

    2013-01-01

    This book is a hands-on tutorial guide to using BuddyPress.This book is great for designers and developers who are looking to learn how to develop BuddyPress themes. It's assumed that the reader has some understanding of Wordpress and is familiar with CSS and HTML.

  16. LHC 2008 lectures "Une nouvelle vision du monde"

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    The history of the science of the Universe and the science of matter have been marked by a small number of "revolutions" that have turned our understanding of the infinitesimally large and the infinitesimally small on its head. New ways of looking at the world have come about sometimes through conceptual advances and sometimes through innovations in scientific instrumentation. How do things stand at the beginning of the 21st century? Will today’s large-scale machine projects like the LHC and gravitational wave detectors pave the way for a new scientific revolution? Thursday, 15 May 2008 at 8.00 p.m. Une nouvelle vision du monde Jean-Pierre Luminet, Research Director at the CNRS The Globe, first floor No specialist knowledge required. Entrance free. To reserve call + 41 (0) 22 767 76 76 http://www.cern.ch/globe

  17. Les lieux du tourisme : de quel(s paradis parle-t-on ? Variations sur le thème de l’urbanité touristique Places of tourism: what Heaven(s are we talking about? Variations on the theme of urban tourism

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    Vincent Coëffé

    2008-10-01

    Full Text Available Le tourisme a été inventé en même temps que la révolution industrielle, la rendant possible et supportable en permettant de vivre un ailleurs. Plus l’emprise du travail et des contraintes du quotidien s’appesantissait, plus le paradis touristique s’est imposé comme un horizon finalement de plus en plus accessible, par un juste retour des choses : l’emprise croissante sur le monde matériel ouvrant les portes du paradis, à l’opposé d’un paradis virtuel promis aux seuls élus. Et qui plus est, les modes d’emploi de cet Éden sont bien plus variés que la seule découverte. La richesse des modes de faire avec le Monde stimule d’autant l’envie d’y accéder. Une fois atteintes les limites du Monde, loin de se dissoudre dans l’uniformisation, le tourisme prend davantage d’ampleur. Les découvertes ont ouvert la voie et mis en images le Monde, renforçant l’envie de le découvrir. Loin d’aboutir à une prétendue disneylandisation, la mise en relation des lieux entre eux produit à la fois de la diversité et les moyens d’y accéder.Tourism was invented at the same time as the industrial revolution. The latter was thus made possible and bearable because workers could dream of new horizons. As the hold of work on people’s lives got firmer and as constraints on everyday life increased, the more the tourist paradise stood out as a more and more accessible and hard-earned horizon, the increasing influence on the material world opening the doors of Paradise, as opposed to a virtual paradise uniquely reserved to the selected few. Moreover, the ways in which this Garden of Eden is used are more varied than its mere discovery. The numerous possibilities offered by the outside World aroused a desire to actually take part in it. Once the edges of the World had been reached, tourism, far from dissolving into a uniform mass, developed into even greater proportions. Discoveries opened the way and provided images to the World

  18. Google Earth Grand Tour Themes

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    De Paor, D. G.; Whitmeyer, S. J.; Bentley, C.; Dordevic, M. M.

    2014-12-01

    As part of an NSF TUES Type 3 project entitled "Google Earth for Onsite and Distance Education (GEODE)," we are assembling a "Grand Tour" of locations on Earth and other terrestrial bodies that every geoscience student should know about and visit at least in virtual reality. Based on feedback from colleagues at previous meetings, we have identified nine Grand Tour themes: "Plates and Plumes," "Rocks and Regions," "Geology Through Time," "The Mapping Challenge*," "U.S. National Parks*," "The Magical Mystery Tour*," "Resources and Hazards," "Planets and Moons," and "Top of the Pops." Themes marked with an asterisk are most developed at this stage and will be demonstrated in real time. The Mapping Challenge invites students to trace geological contacts, measure bedding strike and dip and the plunge, trend, and facing of a fold. There is an advanced tool for modeling periclinal folds. The challenge is presented in a game-like format with an emphasis on puzzle-solving that will appeal to students regardless of gender. For the tour of U.S. national parks, we divided the most geologically important parks into four groups—Western Pacific, West Coast, Rockies, and East Coast. We are combining our own team's GigaPan imagery with imagery already available on the Internet. There is a great deal of imagery just waiting to be annotated for geological education purposes. The Magical Mystery Tour takes students to Google Streetview locations selected by instructors. Students are presented with questions or tasks and are given automatic feedback. Other themes are under development. Within each theme, we are crowd-sourcing contributions from colleagues and inviting colleagues to vote for or against proposed locations and student interactions. The GEODE team includes the authors and: Heather Almquist, Stephen Burgin, Cinzia Cervato, Gene Cooper, Paul Karabinos, Terry Pavlis, Jen Piatek, Bill Richards, Jeff Ryan, Ron Schott, Kristen St. John, and Barb Tewksbury.

  19. Spring Framework 5: Themes & Trends

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    Spring Framework 5.0/5.1, scheduled for release in early/late 2017, focuses on several key themes: reactive web applications based on Reactive Streams, comprehensive support for JDK 9 and HTTP/2, as well as the latest API generations in the Enterprise Java ecosystem. This talk presents the overall story in the context of wider industry trends, highlighting Spring’s unique programming model strategy.

  20. Au milieu du monde : le centre et ses réseaux

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    Denise Pumain

    2001-10-01

    Full Text Available Une rentrée universitaire est toujours un temps fort pour le rassemblement des géographes. Chaque réseau se choisit un centre, temporaire ou récurrent, un lieu de rencontre qui tout ensemble matérialise et symbolise la nécessité du contact humain et de l'être là, pour la communication scientifique : Saint-Valéry-en-Caux, 12e Colloque Européen de Géographie Théorique et Quantitative, Montpellier, Ecole Thématique du CNRS sur les modèles et la simulation, Montpellier encore, journées Cassini (G...

  1. L’image du « turc » dans la prose bulgare des XIXe et XXe siècles The Image of the “Turk” in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Bulgarian Prose: Theme and variations on a Balkan identity myth

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    Marie Vrinat-Nikolov

    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available Dans cet article est analysée la représentation de l’Ottoman (c’est-à-dire du « Turc », comme il est massivement nommé qui nous est donnée par les écrivains bulgares. Partant de l’image négative léguée par le passé, depuis l’Histoire slavo-bulgare écrite en 1762 par Païssii de Khilendar et Vie et tribulations du pécheur Sophroni, de Sophroni de Vratsa (1805-1812 ?, on suit la continuité de cette représentation et des topoï qu’elle engendre dans la prose bulgare de l’après-libération jusqu’au milieu du XXe siècle, ainsi que ses variantes, en tentant de comprendre ce qui peut motiver, dans les différents contextes politiques et sociaux, leur apparition : elle semble très liée aux avatars aussi bien de la politique intérieure et de la manière dont est vécu l’après-période ottomane, que de la politique du gouvernement bulgare à l’égard de ses ressortissants musulmans (les Pomaks ou d’origine turque, enfin des relations de la Bulgarie avec l’URSS et la Turquie. On s’attache enfin à établir une typologie romanesque selon la manière dont est traité l’Ottoman dans cette proseThis article analyzes the portrayal of the Ottoman (generally called the “Turk” given to us by Bulgarian writers. Beginning with the negative image inherited from the past, since The Slavo-Bulgarian History written in 1762 by Païsii de Khilendar and the Life and Tribulations of Sophroni the Sinner by Sophroni of Vratsa (1805-1812?, the continuity of this portrayal is followed along with that of the topoï that it encouraged in the post-liberation Bulgarian prose until the middle of the twentieth century, along with its variations. The article attempts to understand what motivated, in the different political and social contexts, the appearance of these negative images and finds that it seems very much tied to the metamorphoses in domestic politics, the way in which Bulgaria lived through the post-Ottoman period

  2. Learning about Cri du Chat Syndrome

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    ... Learning About Prostate Cancer Learning About Cri du Chat Syndrome What is cri du chat syndrome? What ... cri du chat syndrome What is cri du chat syndrome? Cri du chat syndrome - also known as ...

  3. The Theme of Risk Management

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    Chua, D. K. H.

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available The papers in this issue of the Journal come from different industry sectors, yet there can be a common theme that ties them together. Two of the papers address explicitly the issue of risk management, while the other three may be related to it in different degrees. One of the critical factors for project success is risk identification, as determined by Chua et al. (1999. The importance of risk management cannot be overemphasized. Failure to identify crucial risk elements in a project can lead to significant project failures in terms of cost and schedule.

  4. The Theme of Risk Management

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    Chua, D. K. H.

    2014-01-01

    The papers in this issue of the Journal come from different industry sectors, yet there can be a common theme that ties them together. Two of the papers address explicitly the issue of risk management, while the other three may be related to it in different degrees. One of the critical factors for project success is risk identification, as determined by Chua et al. (1999). The importance of risk management cannot be overemphasized. Failure to identify crucial risk elements in a project can le...

  5. "Cirque du Freak."

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    Rivett, Miriam

    2002-01-01

    Considers the marketing strategies that underpin the success of the "Cirque du Freak" series. Describes how "Cirque du Freak" is an account of events in the life of schoolboy Darren Shan. Notes that it is another reworking of the vampire narrative, a sub-genre of horror writing that has proved highly popular with both adult and…

  6. "Cirque du Freak."

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    Rivett, Miriam

    2002-01-01

    Considers the marketing strategies that underpin the success of the "Cirque du Freak" series. Describes how "Cirque du Freak" is an account of events in the life of schoolboy Darren Shan. Notes that it is another reworking of the vampire narrative, a sub-genre of horror writing that has proved highly popular with both adult and…

  7. Restaurant du Rivage, Vevey

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    Basini, Sari Bianca; Glocki, Ryszard Nikodem

    2015-01-01

    Après cinquante ans de mutilations, d'abandon et de spéculations économiques, le complexe du château de l'Aile et de la salle du Castillo à Vevey doit redéfinir son rôle public par rapport à la place du Marché et au Jardin du Rivage. S'appuyant sur la mémoire historique en ajoutant une unité à l'ensemble, nous créons un îlot regroupant des fonctions publiques. Il dessert ainsi l'espace ouvert environnant en articulant la relation entre le jardin et la place. L'élargissement de la promenade du...

  8. Ecologie du phytoplancton du lac Kivu

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    Sarmento, H.

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available Speciation within the African Coffee Pathogen. Cet article analyse s'il est avantageux d'utiliser le compost au lieu de l'engrais minéral pour produire la laitue dans la zone urbaine et péri-urbaine de Yaoundé. Les résultats de terrain montrent l'obtention de rendements et profits plus élevés lorsqu'on utilise le compost. Les résultats de la fonction de production Cobb-Douglas prouvent que l'utilisation du compost est statistiquement significative pour expliquer la variation de rendement de la laitue et que le compost est l'intrant le plus productif. D'autres résultats montrent que le compost fournit la matière organique utile au sol et que les besoins d'irrigation en eau de la culture sont réduits grâce à l'utilisation du compost. Par conséquent, malgré le fait que l'application du compost demande une main-d'oeuvre beaucoup plus élevée, son utilisation est généralement bénéfique pour les agriculteurs vivant aux alentours de Yaoundé. Les programmes de vulgarisation de cet intrant pour encourager son adoption devraient donc figurer parmi les points prioritaires dans la politique agricole du gouvernement camerounais.

  9. MODELES EPIDEMIOLOGIQUES DU SIDA

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    M MERAIHI; F. L RAHMANI

    2009-01-01

    L’objectif de cet article est de présenter la modélisation mathématique de la propagation de l’infection dans le contexte de la transmission du virus de l’immunodéficience humaine (VIH) et du syndrome d’immunodéficience acquise (SIDA). Ces modèles sont basés en partie sur les modèles proposés dans le domaine de la modélisation mathématique du SIDA.

  10. Stucs et décors sculptés de la fin de l’Antiquité au Moyen Âge (du Ve au XIIe siècle

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    Christian Sapin

    2005-10-01

    Full Text Available Le colloque “Stucs et décors de la fin de l’Antiquité au Moyen Âge (du Ve au XIIe siècle” s’est déroulé comme prévu à Poitiers entre le 16 et le 19 septembre 2004. Durant trois jours en salle et visites de sites, cette rencontre préparée par le CEM avec l’aide du CNRS, du CESCM (Centre d’études supérieures de civilisation médiévale et des collectivités territoriales a rassemblé 150 personnes et a permis de couvrir différents aspects de l’art du décor en stuc depuis l’Antiquité. Le lecteur r...

  11. Types du Caucase

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    Makhacheva, Taus

    2015-01-01

    Tiré du site Internet de Onestar Press: "Types du Caucase - antique postcard collection/ 2013 to the present time. Coming from the personal archive of the artist, these postcards date back to the 19th century and can be considered representative for the "popularized ethnography" of the Russian Empire. Their primitive typology follows the classical rules of exotization : they depict "pittoresque" groups from various tribes, families or nationalities, or representatives of diverse professions. ...

  12. Les outils du CERN

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    C'est le plus grand centre mondial de recherche en physique des particules. Les outils du Laboratoire, accélérateurs et détecteurs de particules, figurent parmi les instruments scientifiques les plus complexes au monde. Des prix Nobels ont d'ailleurs été attribués aux physiciens du CERN pour leurs développements.

  13. Le rêve de perpétuité. Transmission du patrimoine entre stratégie successorale et pratique dévotionnelle (Valachie, fin du XVIIIe – début du XIXe siècle

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    Full Text Available Composition du jury Madame Arlette Farge, directrice de thèse, directrice de recherche émérite au CNRS,Madame Simona Cerutti, directrice d’études à l’ÉHESS,Monsieur Andrei Pippidi, professeur à l’Université de Bucarest, directeur d’études à l’Institut des Études Sud-Est Européennes (Roumanie,Monsieur Ivan Biliarsky, professeur d'histoire du droit et des institutions à la Faculté de Droit, Université de Varna (Bulgarie.Thèse soutenue le 4 octobre 2010Mention Très honorable avec les félicitat...

  14. Blending Multiple Genres in Theme Baskets.

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    Richison, Jeannine D.; Hernandez, Anita C.; Carter, Marcia

    2002-01-01

    Proposes using "theme baskets" as a progression of texts to scaffold core literature. Defines the theme basket as a combination of several approaches: using a thematic approach to teaching literature; using children's books in secondary classrooms; coupling young adult books with the classics; and capitalizing on young adults'…

  15. Le rythme du silence

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    Meschonnic, Henri

    2017-01-01

    1. Pour rompre le silence Dire « rythme du silence », c’est non seulement penser le silence comme langage, et parfois la réalisation maximale du langage, mais aussi parcourir les acceptions de la notion de silence. De ce qui n’est pas dit, ou qu’on est incapable de dire à ce que les mots ne peuvent pas dire, le fameux indicible, mais aussi l’innommable, et la censure, faire silence sur, jusqu’au problème poétique. Il y a aussi une langue de bois du silence. Et aussi le silence de ce qu’on ent...

  16. Hydrological response of karst systems to large-scale climate variability for different catchments of the French karst observatory network INSU/CNRS SNO KARST

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    Massei, Nicolas; Labat, David; Jourde, Hervé; Lecoq, Nicolas; Mazzilli, Naomi

    2017-04-01

    The french karst observatory network SNO KARST is a national initiative from the National Institute for Earth Sciences and Astronomy (INSU) of the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). It is also part of the new french research infrastructure for the observation of the critical zone OZCAR. SNO KARST is composed by several karst sites distributed over conterminous France which are located in different physiographic and climatic contexts (Mediterranean, Pyrenean, Jura mountain, western and northwestern shore near the Atlantic or the English Channel). This allows the scientific community to develop advanced research and experiments dedicated to improve understanding of the hydrological functioning of karst catchments. Here we used several sites of SNO KARST in order to assess the hydrological response of karst catchments to long-term variation of large-scale atmospheric circulation. Using NCEP reanalysis products and karst discharge, we analyzed the links between large-scale circulation and karst water resources variability. As karst hydrosystems are highly heterogeneous media, they behave differently across different time-scales : we explore the large-scale/local-scale relationships according to time-scales using a wavelet multiresolution approach of both karst hydrological variables and large-scale climate fields such as sea level pressure (SLP). The different wavelet components of karst discharge in response to the corresponding wavelet component of climate fields are either 1) compared to physico-chemical/geochemical responses at karst springs, or 2) interpreted in terms of hydrological functioning by comparing discharge wavelet components to internal components obtained from precipitation/discharge models using the KARSTMOD conceptual modeling platform of SNO KARST.

  17. La profanation du montage

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    Hildebrandt, Toni

    2017-01-01

    Cet article examine les liens entre, pour l’aspect technique, le plan séquence et le montage, et, pour l’aspect philosophico-historique, la vie quotidienne et la politique mondiale, du point de vue d’une profanation capable de désamorcer la puissance et avec une attention particulière portée à l’unique film expérimental de Pasolini : La sequenza del fiore di (1968). Ce court métrage n’a pas seulement un statut spécial dans la filmographie de Pasolini, il marque aussi un tournant du tragique v...

  18. Option informatique : l'épreuve du Bac 1989 vue sous l'angle "d'informatique et société".

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    Brygoo, Anne

    1990-01-01

    Sommaire du numéro :http://archive-edutice.ccsd.cnrs.fr/edutice-00000846; Cet article a pour but de montrer, qu'à partir d'un problème technique, même simple, il est possible d'intégrer, lors de son analyse, une dimension "Informatique et Société". En outre, cette approche, en permettant d'expliciter des choix apparemment purement techniques, devrait conduire à la mise au point d'un meilleur produit fini : le programme.

  19. L’édition électronique du cartulaire de la seigneurie de Nesle - http://www.cn-telma.fr/nesle/

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    Xavier Hélary

    2007-06-01

    Full Text Available L’édition du cartulaire de la seigneurie de Nesle vient d’être mise en ligne sur la plate-forme TELMA (Traitement En Ligne des Manuscrits et des Archives, commune à l’École nationale des chartes et à l’Institut de recherche et d’histoire des textes (IRHT, CNRS. L’objectif de cette plate-forme est de présenter des exemples d’édition électronique en proposant les outils nécessaires.Jean, seigneur de Nesle (Côte-d’Or, arr. Montbard, cant. Laigne, a fait compiler ce cartulaire en plusieurs éta...

  20. Historique du Web

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    TV8 Mont-Blanc

    1995-01-01

    Documentaire court qui retrace l'implication de différentes personalités à la création du Web. Entrevues avec Robert Cailliau, Chris Llewellyn-Smith, David Williams, Tim Berners-Lee, Mike Sendall, Brian Carpenter.

  1. La foret du Banco

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    Koning, de J.

    1983-01-01

    Deze publicatie over het Nationaal Park 'La Forêt du Banco' nabij Abidjan, Ivoorkust, verschijnt als resultaat van vier jaar veldwerk (1972-1976) in dat land.Het Centre Néerlandais, onderzoeks- en stageverblijf van de Landbouwhogeschool, was basis en de faciliteiten verleend door het Franse ORSTOM-i

  2. Origine du vieux slave

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    Witold Mańczak

    2005-12-01

    Full Text Available Comme, pour prouver l'identité du vieux slave et du vieux bulgare, on invoque uniquement des critères phonétiques, rappelons que l'orientaliste allemand du XVIIe siècle Ludolf affirmait déjà que "die Sprachverwandtschaft offenbart sich nicht im Wörterbuch, sondern in der Grammatik"3. Pendant les 300 dernières années, tellement d'autorites ant approuvé !l’opinion de Ludolf qu'elle est devenue un dogme de la linguistique. Pourtant il nous est venu à l'esprit de le confronter avec des faits et ainsi nous sommes arrivé à la conclusion qu'en réalité, c'est le vocabulaire (et non la phonétique et la flexion qui décide du degre de la parenté des langues4. Voici des arguments à l'appui de cette thèse.

  3. Doris Bonnet et Laurence Pourchez, Du soin au rite dans l'enfance

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    Cadart, Marie-Laure

    2009-01-01

    En octobre 2000, se tenait à Paris, à l’IRD, un passionnant colloque « Soins et rites. Approches interdisciplinaires de l’enfance » (cf Bulletin d’Amades n° 44). Organisé par le Groupement de Recherche Interdisciplinaire du CNRS « Anthropologie de l’enfance », il a constitué en quelque sorte le point d’orgue de ce groupe de recherche qui se réunissait au cours d’un séminaire mensuel au Museum d’Histoire naturelle organisé par Doris Bonnet, Suzanne Lallemand et Alain Epelboin. L’ambiance convi...

  4. Levanzo (Calabre). Recherches sur l’artisanat de transformation du poisson en Sicile antique

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    Botte, Emmanuel; Ardisson, Sandrine; Cavassa, Laëtitia; Excoffon, Pierre; Lemoine, Yvon

    2014-01-01

    Activités de fouilles soutenues par : École française de Rome, Centre Jean Bérard (USR 3133 CNRS-EFR), Soprintendenza archeologica di Trapani, Ministère des Affaires étrangères et européennes (Paris) et Agence nationale de la recherche (projet Artifex) Du 18 au 23 juin s’est déroulée une opération de nettoyage et de relevé de l’installation antique de salaison de poissons située sur l’île de Levanzo, au lieu-dit Cala Minnola, dans la Province de Trapani (fig. 105). Autorisée par le Servizio p...

  5. Semantic Theme Analysis of Pilot Incident Reports

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    Thirumalainambi, Rajkumar

    2009-01-01

    Pilots report accidents or incidents during take-off, on flight and landing to airline authorities and Federal aviation authority as well. The description of pilot reports for an incident contains technical terms related to Flight instruments and operations. Normal text mining approaches collect keywords from text documents and relate them among documents that are stored in database. Present approach will extract specific theme analysis of incident reports and semantically relate hierarchy of terms assigning weights of themes. Once the theme extraction has been performed for a given document, a unique key can be assigned to that document to cross linking the documents. Semantic linking will be used to categorize the documents based on specific rules that can help an end-user to analyze certain types of accidents. This presentation outlines the architecture of text mining for pilot incident reports for autonomous categorization of pilot incident reports using semantic theme analysis.

  6. Introductory Comments for the Scientific Ethics Theme

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    Beth A. Fischer

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available In this letter, the three Guest Editors for JMBE's first-ever themed section introduce the topic of scientific ethics and decribe the organization of essays within the special section.

  7. Theme: The Latest Trends in Agricultural Education.

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    Agricultural Education Magazine, 2002

    2002-01-01

    Theme issue includes 10 articles on the following topics: innovation, trends in agricultural curriculum, working with special populations, the role of history, standards, curriculum integration, distance learning, integrating math and science, and developing leaders. (JOW)

  8. On the emergence theme of physics

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    Carroll, Robert

    2010-01-01

    The book surveys mathematical relations between classical and quantum mechanics, gravity, time and thermodynamics from various points of view and many sources (with appropriate attribution). The emergence theme is developed with an emphasis on the meaning via mathematics. A background theme of Bohemian mechanics and connections to the quantum equivalence principle of Matone et al. is also developed in great detail. Some original work relating the quantum potential and Ricci flow is also included.

  9. “Araby” and Revelation of Theme

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    高洁

    2015-01-01

    “Araby” is a wel-known short story written by James Joyce.It is wel-known for its writing techniques such as symbolism,the use of epiphany,and especialy the profound themes that the author meant to reveal.After doing detailed analysis,the author of this thesis reaches the folowing themes:loss of innocence, paralysis of people and the society,mental poverty of people around the boy and disilusionment of dream.

  10. Future Research Themes in Supply Chain Management

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    Wieland, Andreas

    2016-01-01

    Guest post on research results published in the article "Mapping the Landscape of Future Research Themes in Supply Chain Management" by Andreas Wieland, Robert Handfield and Christian Durach ( Journal of Business Logistics (2016). Vol. 37, no. 3, pp. 205-212).......Guest post on research results published in the article "Mapping the Landscape of Future Research Themes in Supply Chain Management" by Andreas Wieland, Robert Handfield and Christian Durach ( Journal of Business Logistics (2016). Vol. 37, no. 3, pp. 205-212)....

  11. Du midrash au Zohar

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    Goetschel, Roland

    2013-01-01

    The theme of the fight against Amaleq occupies an important place in the rabbinic literature and it is not surprising that the Zohar should further develop it. We find it therefore interesting to analyse the manner in which the Zohar uses Midrashic patterns in order to express its own conceptions. By examining the Amaleq section, we can discern several instances: he Zohar simply reproduces motifs found in the classical Midrash, the Zohar takes up a Midrashic theme and relocates it on a theoso...

  12. Ferrié Jean-Noël et Santucci Jean-Claude (dir., Dispositifs de démocratisation et dispositifs autoritaires en Afrique du Nord, CNRS Editions, 2006, 196 p.

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    Lahouari Addi

    2009-05-01

    Full Text Available Voici un ouvrage de science politique des États Nord Africains dense, cohérent et remarquablement homogène, compte-tenu de son caractère collectif. Composé de sept contributions couvrant le Maroc, l’Algérie, la Tunisie et l’Egypte, il débute sur une substantielle introduction, où les coordinateurs esquissent le cadre théorique de la construction de l’objet de la science politique dans cette région. Ils évoquent avec raison les analyses produites par le CRESM (Centre de recherches et d’études ...

  13. Plasmasol, photovoltaic effect in a solar photo plasma. Final report of the project. Concerted action energy - 2003; Plasmasol, effet photovoltaique dans un photoplasma solaire. Rapport final du Projet. Action Concertee Energie - 2003 CNRS-MRNT

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    2004-07-01

    The aim of this project was to study the feasibility of the solar energy photovoltaic conversion from the photo-ionization of a gaseous medium constituted of metallic vapors. After a bibliography and a recall of based physical data the report presents the absorption of the solar radiation by the cesium vapor, a simplified model of the photovoltaic effect in a photo-plasma, the experimental device and the results. (A.L.B.)

  14. Climcor: Paleoclimatic Coring: High Resolution and Innovations.Cnrs Gathers the Present Coring Equipment , and Coordinates the Different Efforts Provided By the Concerned Communities (ocean, ice and continent)

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    Calzas, M.; Rousseau, D. D.

    2014-12-01

    Global climate changes have been evidenced in various ways since the start of paleoclimatology in the 70s. The access to past atmosphere conditions in the air bubbles trapped in ice-cores gave an important impulse as it made the green-house gases concentrations accessible a prerequisite for climate modelers. Indeed since the publication of CO2 and CH4 variations over the last climate cycle in Vostok ice-cores, our knowledge of the past climate conditions has improved tremendously. However, improvements in technical equipment and approaches indicate that more is still to come inducing expected new findings in terms of mechanisms. The IMAGES program yielded very good quality and long marine cores that permitted to compare marine and ice-core records with high confidence. Moreover they permitted to improve the knowledge of past oceans dynamics, especially those linked to the massive discharges of icebergs in the oceans, impacting the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation. On the continent, various environments are drilled and cored to provide also comparable and reliable records of past climate: lakes, peatbogs, speleothems and loess. These records are complementary yielding important dataset to feed the earth system models necessary for a better understanding of past climate dynamics. Technical limitation of the present equipments does not allow such important jump in the quality of the data, and therefore in the knowledge of i, past climate variations at extremely high resolution and ii, of the behavior of the different domains as studied in IPCC experiments while societal requirements are more and more expressed by policy makers. C2FN initiative at CNRS gathers the present coring equipments located in labs or at the technical division of INSU, and coordinates the different efforts provided by the concerned communities (ocean, ice and continent). Valorization of the results obtained are published in high ranked scientific journals and presented in scientific

  15. Aux origines du monde

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    2004-01-01

    "C'est l'histoire d'une aventure humaine, scientifique, international qui a vu le jour il y a cinquante ans, aux confins de la Suisse et du département de l'Ain. Le plus grand laboratoire de physique des particules du monde, le Cern, a été fondé en 1954. Les festivités organisées à l occasion de cet anniversaire connaîtront leur point d'orgue le 16 octobre prochain, avec portes-ouvertes, accueil de personallités et inauguration d'un monumnet spécifique, le Globe de l'innovation" (2 pages)

  16. Images du Valais

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    Micheline COSINSCHI

    1995-06-01

    Full Text Available Une étude des revenus fiscaux ventilés par branches économiques permet de clore un ouvrage portant sur ce canton alpin suisse par excellence qu’est le Valais. Pris comme traceurs de l’activité régionale, l’analyse de leurs configurations spatiales permet une évaluation pouvant être considérée comme une mesure de l’efficacité différentielle du système socio-spatial valaisan. L’article décrit certains processus qui ont permis la réalisation du dernier chapitre d’un atlas portant sur le Valais.

  17. CHOEUR DU CERN

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    CHOEUR DU CERN

    2010-01-01

    Les répétitions du chœur du CERN reprendront le mercredi 15 septembre à 20.00 heures à l’amphithéâtre principal – bâtiment 500. Au programme la préparation de notre concert de Noël avec la Missa Brevis, KV115, de Léopold Mozart et de la musique de Noël d’Europe. Les personnes qui aiment chanter, notamment des sopranes et des ténors, sont les bienvenues. Pour tout contact s’adresser à : Baudouin Bleus - (tél.CERN 767 82 44) -(baudouin.bleus@cern.ch) ou Martin Gatehouse ( martin.gatehouse@wanadoo.fr) ou Jean-Paul Diss (jean-pauldiss@wanadoo.fr).  

  18. Improvement of Theme Park Marketing Mode: A Case Study of Theme Parks in Chengdu

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    LI, MIN; Xiong, Gaoli

    2013-01-01

    Construction of theme park has been launched since the early 1990s in Chengdu City, but ended up as a losing proposition after its short-term prosperity because of similar scale and theme with those in other cities. As more international well-known theme parks enter the market, theme parks in Chengdu have been faced with the transition, and novel concepts introduced into the operation of these parks. T o adapt to the market, it is imperative to make marketing strategies and combine marketing ...

  19. Themes in the human experience of nature.

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    Pollio, Howard R; Heaps, Christopher

    2004-02-01

    To identify themes in the human experience of nature, a three-part study was run. In the first part, 100 undergraduate students were asked to list three situations in which they are or were aware of nature and to describe one of these in detail. In the second part, 26 descriptions were selected from these responses, summarized to a 2- to 5-sentence format, and presented to a different group of 30 subjects who sorted them into groups on the basis of cross-item similarity. These groupings were then analyzed by hierarchical clustering and multidimensional scaling procedures to produce thematic meanings. In the third part, a qualitative analysis of themes was performed over the unabridged initial versions of the same set of descriptions. Results of both qualitative and quantitative procedures led to the identification of four themes--Power and Scale, Danger and Safety, Beauty, and Connection and Alienation --and to a smaller number of themes unique to each mode of analysis. All themes were related to the everyday meanings of nature and to the more abstract definitions of nature employed in scientific or aesthetic analyses of the human response to this domain.

  20. Les Cahiers du CREAD

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    les littératures économique et gestionnaire, mais souvent dans ces travaux, l'effet de ... chiffre d'affaires du nouvel ensemble résultant de la vente des produits mieux .... syndicalisme, droit de grève), fiscales (différents taux d'imposition, etc.) .... nouvel ensemble et aussi, les différentes relations avec les alliances verticales ...

  1. Ramadan et Politique, sous la direction de Fariba Adelkhah et François Georgeon, CNRS Editions, Paris 2000, 153 p.

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    Kamel Chachoua

    2006-04-01

    Full Text Available Cet ouvrage est, à notre connaissance, l’un des premiers, à traiter d’un rite et d’une pratique religieuse en Islam, le jeûne, ou pour reprendre le terme oral le plus usité, Ramadhan (ramadân. Le terme, sawm, est plus scripturaire, plus savant et provient de la racine arabe “ SM ” qui signifie le summum, le sommet, la cime. En effet, le jeûne est la cime la plus haute de toutes les pratiques d’adoration de Dieu. Ce terme désigne aussi la pointe du jour, le moment ultime avant l’irruption de ...

  2. La mesure du danger

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    Manceron, Vanessa; Revet, Sandrine

    2014-01-01

    La mesure du danger permet d’explorer des dangers de nature aussi diverse que la délinquance, la pollution, l’écueil maritime, la maladie ou l’attaque sorcellaire, l’extinction d’espèces animales ou végétales, voire de la Planète tout entière. Au croisement de la sociologie, de l’anthropologie et de l’histoire, les différents articles analysent les pratiques concrètes de mesure pour tenter de comprendre ce qui se produit au cours de l’opération d’évaluation du danger sans préjuger de la nature de celui-ci. L’anthropologie a contribué à la réflexion sur l’infortune en s’intéressant aux temporalités de l’après : maladies, catastrophes, pandémies, etc. et en cherchant à rendre compte de l’expérience des victimes, de leur vie ordinaire bouleversée, de la recomposition du quotidien. Elle s’intéresse aussi aux autres types de mesures, les savoirs incorporés, qui reposent sur l’odorat, la vue ou le toucher et ceux qui ressortent d’une épistémologie « non ...

  3. Har du sikret din alderdom?

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    Kiens, Bente; Aagaard, Peter Gjerndrup

    2006-01-01

    Daglig fysisk aktivitet kan betragtes som indbetaling op din personlige helbredspension. Jo mere du sætter ind på kontoen, og jo oftere du gør det, jo større er sandsynligheden for, at du lever længere og får et sundere helbred. Og det er aldrig for sent at starte med indbetalingerne....

  4. Willa Cather and Her Pioneering Themes

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    张菁华

    2013-01-01

      This thesis aims at the elaboration of Willa Cather’s pioneering themes based on her major works spanning over the pro⁃logue and epilogue of American pioneering age. Among which, O Pioneers! and My Antonia applause for the transcendent glory of innovative and enterprising pioneer ladies, declined in A Lost Lady and My Mortal Enemy and substituted with hedonism, affinity reliance and mammonism. In her late years, Cather resurrected her pioneering themes through the recollection of the best bygone time spent in waste west land.

  5. Les pirogues du Maroni

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    Sophie François

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available Sur le Maroni, fleuve frontière entre la Guyane française et le Surinam, les pirogues amarrées le long des berges se comptent par centaines. Elles représentent le seul moyen de transport pour les milliers de personnes vivant sur les rives du Maroni. Les différentes formes de pirogues sont révélatrices de la diversité géographique du Maroni et de la diversité culturelle des populations. Les Amérindiens du littoral naviguent uniquement dans l’estuaire du fleuve. Ils construisent des pirogues larges, hautes et terminées à la poupe par une haute étrave qui fend les vagues. Ces pirogues sont construites à partir d’une coque monoxyle expansée et rehaussée d’un ou de deux bordages. En chauffant la grume évidée, le bois acquiert une certaine plasticité qui permet d’écarter les flancs et d’obtenir une coque très large à partir d’un arbre de faible diamètre. Les Bushinenge, populations d’origine africaine qui ont déserté les grandes plantations de la Guyane hollandaise dès le début du XVIIe siècle et se sont installées sur les deux rives du Maroni, ont développé des formes de pirogues adaptées au passage des sauts. Leurs pirogues, construites également en expansant la coque au feu, sont étroites et longues et possèdent des extrémités curvilignes qui dépassent largement au–dessus du bordage. Les longues pirogues à moteur comme les canots–pagaies sont ornés de motifs d’entrelacs appelés tembé ; et de décors d’inspiration contemporaine. L’inventaire des pirogues du Maroni a mis en évidence la richesse et la vitalité du patrimoine nautique de cette région au début du XXIe siècle, tant au niveau des formes des embarcations que des décors et des pratiques de navigation.On the Maroni river, natural border between French Guyana and the Surinam, canoes tied to the river banks can be counted by the hundreds. They are the only mean of transportation for thousands of people living along the

  6. Trade Books with a Rural Community Theme.

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    Danielson, Kathy Everts

    1989-01-01

    Lists books with rural or small community themes available for children, grades K-eight, to serve as motivational reading texts or resources in units on farming or rural life in social studies or science. Categorizes selections as informational, poetry, traditional, contemporary realistic fiction, fantasy, historical fiction, or concept books.…

  7. Recent Themes in Social Networking Service Research

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    Liu, John S.; Ho, Mei Hsiu-Ching; Lu, Louis Y. Y.

    2017-01-01

    The body of literature addressing the phenomenon related to social networking services (SNSs) has grown rather fast recently. Through a systematic and quantitative approach, this study identifies the recent SNS research themes, which are the issues discussed by a coherent and growing subset of this literature. A set of academic articles retrieved from the Web of Science database is used as the basis for uncovering the recent themes. We begin the analysis by constructing a citation network which is further separated into groups after applying a widely used clustering method. The resulting clusters all consist of articles coherent in citation relationships. This study suggests eight fast growing recent themes. They span widely encompassing politics, romantic relationships, public relations, journalism, and health. Among them, four focus their issues largely on Twitter, three on Facebook, and one generally on both. While discussions on traditional issues in SNSs such as personality, motivations, self-disclosure, narcissism, etc. continue to lead the pack, the proliferation of the highlighted recent themes in the near future is very likely to happen. PMID:28107541

  8. Themes in human work interaction design

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    Ørngreen, Rikke; Clemmensen, Torkil

    2008-01-01

    Abstract. This paper raises themes that are seen as some of the challenges facing the emerging practice and research field of Human Work Interaction Design. The paper has its offset in the discussions and writings that have been dominant within the IFIP Working Group on Human Work Interaction...

  9. Ten themes of viscous liquid dynamics

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    Dyre, J. C.

    2007-01-01

    Ten ‘themes' of viscous liquid physics are discussed with a focus on how they point to a general description of equilibrium viscous liquid dynamics (i.e., fluctuations) at a given temperature. This description is based on standard time-dependent Ginzburg-Landau equations for the density fields...

  10. Trade Books with a Rural Community Theme.

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    Danielson, Kathy Everts

    1989-01-01

    Lists books with rural or small community themes available for children, grades K-eight, to serve as motivational reading texts or resources in units on farming or rural life in social studies or science. Categorizes selections as informational, poetry, traditional, contemporary realistic fiction, fantasy, historical fiction, or concept books.…

  11. Endangered Species & Biodiversity: A Classroom Project & Theme

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    Lauro, Brook

    2012-01-01

    Students discover the factors contributing to species losses worldwide by conducting a project about endangered species as a component of a larger classroom theme of biodiversity. Groups conduct research using online endangered- species databases and present results to the class using PowerPoint. Students will improve computer research abilities…

  12. Endangered Species & Biodiversity: A Classroom Project & Theme

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    Lauro, Brook

    2012-01-01

    Students discover the factors contributing to species losses worldwide by conducting a project about endangered species as a component of a larger classroom theme of biodiversity. Groups conduct research using online endangered- species databases and present results to the class using PowerPoint. Students will improve computer research abilities…

  13. Does China Need Another Disneyland Theme Park?

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    2006-01-01

    The rumor that Shanghai is about to build a Disneyland theme park has gained some substance. In mid-March, Shanghai Mayor Han Zheng for the first time positively responded to the speculation on a public occasion, saying "Shanghai has conditions

  14. Theme: The Future for Agricultural Education.

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    Pals, Douglas A.; And Others

    1995-01-01

    Theme articles discuss the 1984 report of the National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences, the use of computers, adult education in agriculture, new curricula and approaches, teacher preparation, the National Vocational Agricultural Teachers Association, museum living history programs, postsecondary agricultural education, and…

  15. FY16 Strategic Themes White Paper.

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    Leland, Robert W. [Sandia National Lab. (SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States)

    2017-03-01

    The Science and Technology (S&T) Division 1000 Strategic Plan includes the Themes, Goals, and Actions for FY16. S&T will continue to support the Labs Strategic plan, Mission Areas and Program Management Units by focusing on four strategic themes that align with the targeted needs of the Labs. The themes presented in this plan are Mission Engagement, Bold Outcomes, Collaborative Environment, and the Safety Imperative. Collectively they emphasize diverse, collaborative teams and a self-reliant culture of safety that will deliver on our promise of exceptional service in the national interest like never before. Mission Engagement focuses on increasing collaboration at all levels but with emphasis at the strategic level with mission efforts across the labs. Bold Outcomes seeks to increase the ability to take thoughtful risks with the goal of achieving transformative breakthroughs more frequently. Collaborative environment strives for a self-aware, collaborative working environment that bridges the many cultures of Sandia. Finally, Safety Imperative aims to minimize the risk of serious injury and to continuously strengthen the safety culture. Each of these themes is accompanied by a brief vision statement, several goals, and planned actions to support those goals throughout FY16 and leading into FY17.

  16. Die deuntjie draal': Op die spoor van Koos du Plessis

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    P. B. Boshoff

    1995-01-01

    Full Text Available 'The melody lingers on': On the trail of Koos du Plessis. The angst experienced by Du Plessis assumes the form of a problem on which he ponders in his poetry.The questions that he poses differ in form only from the bewilderment experienced by the narve. The poetic art of the singer and the faltering intimations of the despondent heart are two languages that express the same human anxiety. The truth of both languages lies therein that the one can develop into the other. This article listens from a Christian viewpoint. Themes that are dealt with are wandering, the goldy Other, past and future, anxiety, waiting, dreaming and temptation.

  17. L'Origine du Monde

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    CNET & Ecole Polytechnique Paris; Vincent Ferreira

    1996-01-01

    Création, théologie, science, découverte, recherche, religion, condition humaine.Avec Maurice Jacob physicien, Hubert Curien Président du Conseil du CERN, Michael Doser physicien, Frère Emile Communauté de Taizé.

  18. discours du Directeur General

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    2007-01-01

    L'année 2007 est une année très spéciale pour le CERN. Je vous propose de nous retrouver pour faire le point sur les activités en cours. Rendez-vous le mercredi 27 juin à 15h00 dans l'amphithéâtre principal. La transmission simultanée sera assurée dans les amphithéâtres IT, AT, AB Prevessin et dans la Salle du Conseil. Robert Aymar

  19. Improvement of Theme Park Marketing Mode:A Case Study of Theme Parks in Chengdu

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    Min; LI; Gaoli; XIONG

    2013-01-01

    Construction of theme park has been launched since the early 1990s in Chengdu City,but ended up as a losing proposition after its short-term prosperity because of similar scale and similarity with those in other cities.As more international well-known theme parks entering the market,theme parks in Chengdu have been faced with the transition,and novel concepts are also introduced into the operation of these parks.To adapt to the market,it is imperative to make marketing strategies and combine marketing elements.Through analyzing current development of local theme parks and introducing successful marketing modes of domestic and overseas theme parks,a favorable marketing mode for theme parks in Chengdu was defined on the basis of fully exploring Ba-Shu culture(Ba and Shu are two ancient kingdoms in the history of Sichuan).By defining a favorable theme,focusing more on visitors’experience,devoting more in developing new products,adopting flexible price strategies,and integrating advertisement marketing,internet marketing,and other marketing methods,outstanding brands will be formed,and tourism cultures with distinguished features of Chengdu will be created.

  20. Histoire croisée entre les géographes français et allemands de la première moitié du XXe siècle : la géographie du paysage (Landschaftskunde en question

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    Gaëlle Hallair

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available Cette thèse en épistémologie de la géographie montre comment les géographes français et allemands de la première moitié du XXe siècle s’appuient sur la géographie du paysage pour définir la géographie et/ou pour la pratiquer. En utilisant les apports de l’« histoire croisée » développée par l’équipe de Michael Werner et Bénédicte Zimmermann (CNRS, EHESS, nous analysons la circulation des savoirs entre géographes français et allemands. Pour cela, nous croisons les approches sémantiques, termi...

  1. Écriture encyclopédique-écriture romanesque : représentations et critique du savoir dans le roman allemand et français de Goethe à Flaubert

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    Hildegard Haberl

    2011-05-01

    Full Text Available La composition du juryMonsieur. Gérard Jorland (Directeur d’étude à l’ÉHESS, Directeur de recherche au CNRS, CRH, Directeur de thèse,Monsieur Andreas B. Kilcher (Professeur, ETH Zurich, Departement der Geistes -, Sozial - und Staatswissenschaften,Monsieur Gérard Laudin (Professeur à l’Université Paris Sorbonne-Paris IV, UFR d’Études germaniques,Monsieur Alfred Noe (Professeur à l’ Université de Vienne, Institut für RomanistikMadame Birgit Wagner (Professeur à l’Université de Vienne, Insti...

  2. Les risques du travail

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    Thébaud-Mony, Annie

    2015-01-01

    Depuis les années 1990, les conditions de travail se sont peu à peu imposées dans le débat social. Néanmoins, la situation reste critique. Les risques traditionnels n'ont pas disparu : les manutentions lourdes, l'exposition professionnelle aux cancérogènes, au bruit ou aux vibrations demeurent répandues... De plus, certaines " améliorations " n'ont fait que déplacer et dissimuler les problèmes, telle l'externalisation des risques grâce à la sous-traitance. Dans le même temps, les transformations du travail et des modalités de gestion de la main-d'œuvre ont fragilisé les collectifs et accru l'isolement des salariés, conduisant à une montée visible de la souffrance psychique. Face à ces évolutions, il est plus que jamais nécessaire que tous les acteurs concernés, en particulier les salariés eux-mêmes et leurs représentants, s'approprient les connaissances indispensables pour améliorer la protection de la santé sur les lieux du travail. Tel est le but de ce livre, qui renouvelle int�...

  3. Les formes du fond

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    Michel Maffesoli

    2004-12-01

    Full Text Available Il n'est pas vrai que la nature a horreur du vide. Peut-être même s'y complait-elle. Le creux est aussi une modalité de l'être. Il est possible de s'y nicher, de s'y lover paresseusement et, ainsi, de se protéger contre l'angoisse du temps qui passe. Le creux des apparences est, à certains moments, une des formes d'expression de la vie sociale. Encore faut-il savoir le reconnaître. Certes, nous avons tous une existence personnelle, mais nous sommes, également, les représentants, parfois même les victimes, d'un "esprit commun", peut-être même d'un "inconscient collectif" qui s'est constitué de siècle en siècle. Et, très souvent, là où nous croyons exprimer nos propres idées, nous ne sommes que les porte-voix, les figurants d'un vaste "theatrum mundi" aux dimensions infinies.

  4. Choeur du CERN : Concert

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    Une œuvre à découvrir! La grande Missa pro defunctis de François-Joseph Gossec (1734-1829) est le chef-d’œuvre tôt venu (à vingt-cinq ans) d’un compositeur qui vivra encore 70 ans après sa création. Elle a connu la gloire, puis s’est fait un peu oublier. Pas du tout le monde cependant : des musicologues ont montré ce que le Requiem de Mozart lui devait ; et il suffit de l’avoir entendue pour comprendre pourquoi Berlioz (qui avait vingt-six ans à la mort de Gossec) en a été impressionné : les nombreux cuivres et bois répartis dans des endroits plus ou moins cachés de la salle de concert pour exprimer les frayeurs du Jugement dernier annoncent son Requiem – et celui de Verdi. Mais « plus encore que par...

  5. Meaning and Theme in Indian Style

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    Mojahed Gholami

    2016-12-01

    With a glimpse on what was said and a pause on the poems of Saeb Tabrizi, as one of the most seasoned poets in Indian style, it demonstrates part of his art and also illuminates the relation among word, meaning and theme in his poetry and viewpoint. He established multiple proportions among the concepts in his poem: sometimes he expressed a semantic unit as a content with diversities in word, or in some occasions, he expressed a semantic unit by different contents, with similar or dissimilar content maker elements, or even sometimes he use content maker elements for expressing multiple meanings and so on. Also it is necessary to be noted that when Saeb and the other poets of Indian style, measure the meaning by words, their meant is subjective matter and if the meaning comes with adjectives such as unfamiliar, narrow, distant, and so on, these words have used mainly in order to replace theme.

  6. The Theme of The Second Coming

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    彭锴

    2014-01-01

    The second coming is a master work of William Butler Yeats which is also one of the most thematically obscure poems. By analyzing the poem based on Yeats’philosophy of occultism and historical background as well as the Bible, this paper states the theme of this poem is that western civilization has been destroyed by wars with the consequence of the appearance of anti-civilization;then, a new civilization will come into being.

  7. Theme E: disabilities: analysis models and tools

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    Vigouroux, Nadine; Gorce, Philippe; Roby-Brami, Agnès; Rémi-Néris, Olivier

    2013-01-01

    International audience; This paper presents the topics and the activity of the theme E “disabilities: analysis models and tools” within the GDR STIC Santé. This group has organized a conference and a workshop during the period 2011–2012. The conference has focused on technologies for cognitive, sensory and motor impairments, assessment and use study of assistive technologies, user centered method design and the place of ethics in these research topics. The objective of “bodily integration of ...

  8. Jouer du piano

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    Fériel Kaddour

    2011-04-01

    Full Text Available La réflexion s’appuie dans un premier temps sur une opposition entre deux attitudes de pianistes  à l’égard du travail à l’instrument : Gould, qui revendique une séparation d’avec le clavier pour ne privilégier que la lecture; Arrau, dont la technique au contraire vise à « faire corps » avec son piano. L’étude de ces deux démarches d’interprètes conduit à une conclusion croisée : l’abstraction gouldienne n’est rien d’autre qu’un déplacement du jeu vers d’autres instruments (ceux qui servent à la prise de son et au montage de ses enregistrements ; le « faire-corps » hérité de la culture pianistique romantique est plus dialectique que fusionnel, et en cela implique une capacité de mise à distance. A partir de cette double conclusion, on tâche enfin de repenser la place du jeu à l’instrument dans la mise en œuvre d’une interprétation, en interrogeant le dialogue qui s’instaure entre la partition telle qu’elle s’écrit et le geste tel qu’il se joue.Our study leans on an opposition between two pianists' attitudes about their work with the instrument. Gould claims a necessary separation from the keyboard in order to prioritize reading. Arrau, on the contrary, relies on a technique which consists in “being one” with his piano. The analysis of these two interprets’ behaviours leads to a crossed conclusion: the gouldian abstraction is nothing else than a displacement of the playing towards another kind of instruments, the ones he uses in sound recording and cut up; Arrau’s “being one” is more dialectic than at first sight, and it therefore implies a real distancing from the piano. This constatation leads to rethink the place of the piano playing in the setting of an interpretation, and to highlight the real dialogue which develops itself between the score as it has been written and the gesture as it is played.

  9. Le sacre du printemps

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    Denise Pumain

    2002-03-01

    Full Text Available Cybergeo aura six ans en avril : dans la réalité du virtuel, dans l'univers récent et fluctuant de la publication en ligne, cela fait de nous, tout à la fois, des pionniers et des vétérans. De façon plus surprenante, il se trouve que nous sommes aussi uniques : parmi toutes les revues électroniques de sciences sociales, aucune ne combine comme Cybergeo ancienneté, publication exclusivement électronique, liberté d'accès au texte intégral, édition et gestion par des chercheurs, et comité de lec...

  10. Le Brahmane du Komintern

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    Elizabeth Burgos

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available Le Brahmane du Komintern, largometraje documental del realizador francés Vladimir León, constituye un ejercicio ejemplar de investigación histórica y  de lograda factura de realización. Y, pese a no haber contado con la ayuda de ninguno organismo público, se trata de un ambicioso proyecto que cubre una amplia extensión geográfica que abarca: Estados Unidos, México, Moscú, Berlín, y la India. Gira en torno a una figura que tuvo en su tiempo su hora de gloria. Un bengalí, hijo de braman, la c...

  11. Cultures du travail

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    de Bonnault-Cornu, Phanette; Charrasse, David; Herberich-Marx, Geneviève; Lamy, Yvon; Lazier, Isabelle; Mairot, Philippe; Morel, Alain; Périssère, Michèle; Raphaël, Freddy; Ribeill, Georges; Salmeron, Pierre; Vant, André

    2015-01-01

    Qu’est-ce qu’une culture du travail ? Comment la définir autrement qu’en opposition à la culture savante ? Quelles relations une société entretient-elle avec son ou ses industries ? Comment définir et appréhender ce qu’on appelle la culture d’entreprise ? A ces questions ethnologues, sociologues, géographes et historiens apportent ici des réponses.Ce livre est aussi consacré à l’intérêt que ces sociétés, villes, petites régions, entreprises, portent à ce qui constitue leur patrimoine industri...

  12. OPERATION DU FOISONNEMENT

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    Gholamreza Djelveh

    2010-04-01

    Full Text Available Mousses alimentaires sont un sous-ensemble des aliments connus sous le nom de produits fouettés ou des produits aérés. Ils sont des produits formulés avec des qualités telles que la légèreté et la souplesse et sont principalement consommés à l'apéritif ou au dessert. Les produits en mousse obtenue par dispersion d'un gaz dans une matrice alimentaire (la phase continue ont connu un développement croissant au cours des années 80 et 90. Le processus d'aération liés à leurs activités de production est appelée l'expansion ou à fouetter. Le document présente les principaux-paramètres du procédé du point permanent de la formulation, la mise en œuvre processus dans les installations pilotes et à l'échelle industrielle, la caractérisation des produits finis, la base énergétique de l'échelle de processus en place, et le lien entre la formulation, émulsion préparation de l'expansion. Cette vue d'ensemble de l'opération d'expansion continue, nous a permis de mettre en évidence le fait qu'il ya des opérations de l'unité encore mal décrite par le génie des procédés et pour lesquels les méthodes et outils pour l'extrapolation et la prédiction sont encore à leurs balbutiements.

  13. Du couplage des techniques d'analyse par faisceaux d'ions et des méthodes de caractérisation physico-chimique à l'étude des effets d'irradiation sur le comportement des matériaux

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    Millard-Pinard, N.

    2003-01-01

    ACE; La thématique générale de mes recherches est le suivi et l'interprétation de l'évolution des surfaces de matériaux soumis à différents traitements. Lors de mon travail de thèse et pendant mes recherches post - doctorales, le domaine visé était la tribologie. Depuis mon intégration au groupe « Aval du Cycle Electronucléaire » de l'Institut de Physique Nucléaire de Lyon, mes activités de recherche s'inscrivent dans le cadre du programme CNRS “ PACE ” (Programme sur l'Aval du Cycle Electron...

  14. Salient Themes as Voices in African Poetry

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    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available The paper examines the various voices in African poetry. African poets use their themes as echoes to salvage various inherences found in the decaying political, economic and social landscape. The paper argues textually the cultural ethos and the contemporary post-independence disillusionment on the African psyche as a result of colonilization. Using the meta-critical approach combined with realism, within sociological approach, the research calls for a concerted effort to stimulate originality and harness the benefits of globalization for the development of humanity in Africa.

  15. Beyond traits: personality as intersubjective themes.

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    McWilliams, Nancy

    2012-01-01

    The author argues that research in the idiographic tradition is more conducive to effective clinical work than the uncritical adoption of specific "evidence-based therapies" for discrete symptomatic disorders. She views pressures on therapists to adopt evidence-based therapies without consideration of individual differences and personal subjectivity as the misapplication of a research paradigm to the clinical situation. Reviewing some recent empirical work on individuality and therapeutic process, she critiques efforts to formulate personality diagnosis on the basis of externally observable traits without attention to internal experience, and she contends that intrapsychic themes account for personality differences more powerfully than traits, even when traits are construed dimensionally.

  16. Nickel metallomics: general themes guiding nickel homeostasis.

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    Sydor, Andrew M; Zamble, Deborah B

    2013-01-01

    The nickel metallome describes the distribution and speciation of nickel within the cells of organisms that utilize this element. This distribution is a consequence of nickel homeostasis, which includes import, storage, and export of nickel, incorporation into metalloenzymes, and the modulation of these and associated cellular systems through nickel-regulated transcription. In this chapter, we review the current knowledge of the most common nickel proteins in prokaryotic organisms with a focus on their coordination environments. Several underlying themes emerge upon review of these nickel systems, which illustrate the common principles applied by nature to shape the nickel metallome of the cell.

  17. Themes in human work interaction design

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    Ørngreen, Rikke; Clemmensen, Torkil

    2008-01-01

    Abstract. This paper raises themes that are seen as some of the challenges facing the emerging practice and research field of Human Work Interaction Design. The paper has its offset in the discussions and writings that have been dominant within the IFIP Working Group on Human Work Interaction...... Design (name HWID) through the last two and half years since the commencement of this Working Group. The paper thus provides an introduction to the theory and empirical evidence that lie behind the combination of empirical work studies and interaction design. It also recommends key topics for future...... research in Human Work Interaction Design....

  18. The Underlying Theme of Shakespeare's Tragedy Tempest

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    谢倩

    2014-01-01

    The Tempest is one of William Shakespeare's famous play, which mainly focused on the magic and the Postcolonial oppression. The work exposed the crucial harm and inhumanity in those years. In order to demonstrate the deep meaning of this great work and everlasting influence it has made, this essay picks out two parts of its significant themes and gives them a detailed explanation. By demonstrate those profound meanings,the real value of The Tempest may be clearer and the readers can have a better understanding of it.

  19. Sur quelques Ichthyurus du Tonkin

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    Gestro, R.

    1906-01-01

    Les espèces d Ichthyurus du Tonkin connues jusqu’ici étaient seulement trois: denticornis Gestro, décrite d’abord du Tenasserim (récoltes de feu Mr. L. Fea) et retrouvée ensuite dans le Haut Tonkin par S. A. R. le Prince Henri d’Orléans; Henrici Gestro, découverte par ce même explorateur, et dont le

  20. On Themes of the Eagle by Alfred Tennyson

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    2009-01-01

    Theme is significant to poetry.Not only music but also theme is related to poetry since its birth.Usually great poems have more than one theme.Nowadays different approaches of literary analysis are on stage.The different approaches are employed to expound the rich themes of The Eagle-in memorial of Hallam,in praise of Britain's colonial expansion and in eulogy of nature.

  1. Le bal du loup

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    Happy Children's Home

    2013-01-01

    The Bord'eau amateur theatre group will graciously perform a play of their creation Le bal du loup Saturday 19 October 2013 at 20:00 Sunday 20 October at 17:00 in the Théâtre des Grottes Rue Louis Favre 43, 1201 Genève Children from age 12 upwards. Summary: The new-elected mayoress of a small village would like to clean up the town by prohibiting alcohol and getting rid of its prostitutes. Then along comes « Massimo Lupo » the pimp... The performances will be given to support the Happy Children's Home charity, which runs a foster-home in Pokhara for Nepali children:  http://www.happychildrenshome.org/ Admission : minimum charge of 10 CHF per person requested, to cover the cost of technical assistance and theatre rental. Any profit will be used solely for the foster-home. At the end of each performance members of the HCH charity will be happy to answer any questions you may have. The theatre has 86 seats, thank you for reserv...

  2. Le collisionneur du futur?

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    2009-01-01

    Pourquoi deux études parallèles pour un même collisionneur linéaire ? Loin d’être un double effort et un gaspillage de ressources, ces deux études s’inscrivent dans une stratégie de complémentarité afin de fournir la meilleure technologie requise par la physique du futur. Vendredi 12 juin a eu lieu au CERN la première réunion conjointe CLIC et ILC. Elle n’a pas été avare de bons résultats et d’importantes décisions. Le Collisionneur Linéaire International (ILC) et le Collisionneur Linéaire Compact (CLIC) sont deux études qui font, tous deux, appel à des technologies de pointe. A première vue en compétition, les deux études sont en réalité complémentaires et elles ont un objectif commun : proposer dans les plus brefs délais et au moindre coût, l‘accélérateur linéaire le mieux adapté pour prendre le relais de la physique des très hautes énergies après le LHC.

  3. Emerging themes in GABAergic synapse development.

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    Kuzirian, Marissa S; Paradis, Suzanne

    2011-09-15

    Glutamatergic synapse development has been rigorously investigated for the past two decades at both the molecular and cell biological level yet a comparable intensity of investigation into the cellular and molecular mechanisms of GABAergic synapse development has been lacking until relatively recently. This review will provide a detailed overview of the current understanding of GABAergic synapse development with a particular emphasis on assembly of synaptic components, molecular mechanisms of synaptic development, and a subset of human disorders which manifest when GABAergic synapse development is disrupted. An unexpected and emerging theme from these studies is that glutamatergic and GABAergic synapse development share a number of overlapping molecular and cell biological mechanisms that will be emphasized in this review.

  4. Common themes in centriole and centrosome movements.

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    Vaughan, Sue; Dawe, Helen R

    2011-01-01

    Centrioles are found in nearly all eukaryotic cells and are required for growth and maintenance of the radial array of microtubules, the mitotic spindle, and cilia and flagella. Different types of microtubule structures are often required at different places in a given cell; centrioles must move around to nucleate these varied structures. Here, we draw together recent data on diverse centriole movements to decipher common themes in how centrioles move. Par proteins establish and maintain the required cellular asymmetry. The actin cytoskeleton facilitates movement of multiple basal bodies. Microtubule forces acting on the cell cortex, and nuclear-cytoskeletal links, are important for positioning individual centrosomes, and during cell division. Knowledge of these common mechanisms can inform the study of centriole movements across biology.

  5. Strategic Themes in the Haulier Business

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    Borgström, Benedikte; Gammelgaard, Britta; Wieland, Andreas

    2017-01-01

    Purpose: This article provides a comprehensive review of the strategic management of transport and logistics services and to identify promising avenues for future research in the field. Design/methodology/approach: A systematic literature review is conducted based on articles published between 2011...... and 2016 in international peer‐reviewed journals. 55 selected articles deal with strategic elements concerning hauliers, such as service offerings, costs and revenues. Findings: Themes of hauliers’ strategizing that are discussed in the literature, namely carrier selection revisited, professionalism......, innovation, horizontal collaboration, planned and emergent strategies, and value propositions. Research limitations/implications: The research expands on the previous literature on logistics and transport and adds knowledge about hauliers as part of the transport and supply chain. Social implications...

  6. Rotating swings—a theme with variations

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    Pendrill, Ann-Marie

    2016-01-01

    Rotating swing rides can be found in many amusement parks, in many different versions. The ‘wave swinger’ ride, which introduces a wave motion by tilting the roof, is among the classical amusement rides that are found in many different parks, in different sizes, from a number of different makes and names, and varying thematization. The ‘StarFlyer’ is a more recent version, adding the thrill of lifting the riders 60 m or more over the ground. These rotating swing rides involve beautiful physics, often surprising, but easily observed, when brought to attention. The rides can be used for student worksheet tasks and assignments of different degrees of difficulty, across many math and physics topics. This paper presents a number of variations of student tasks relating to the theme of rotating swing rides.

  7. [Mercosur's regional health agenda: architecture and themes].

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    Queiroz, Luisa Guimaraes; Giovanella, Ligia

    2011-08-01

    This article describes the shaping of institutional health spaces in the Mercosur, with analysis of themes and results and considerations on the construction of the regional agenda and on the effects of regional economic integration processes on health policies and systems. We discuss the organization, operation, focus topics, and results achieved in specific health forums (Meeting of Ministers of Health and Sub-Working Group 11), seeking to analyze the architecture and issues addressed by the regional agenda and drawing parallels with the European experience. The aim of this reflection is to identify how the work done by Mercosur structures contributes to building a regional agenda, with the expectation that the integration can contribute to reducing inequalities in access to health care in the region.

  8. Variations on a theme of Grothendieck

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    Martens, Johan; Thaddeus, Michael

    variations on this theme, we prove corresponding results for principal bundles over the following schemes and stacks: (1) a line modulo the group of nth roots of unity; (2) a football, that is, an orbifold of genus zero with two marked points; (3) a gerbe over a football whose structure group is the nth......Grothendieck and Harder proved that every principal bundle over the projective line with split reductive structure group (and trivial over the generic point) can be reduced to a maximal torus. Furthermore, this reduction is unique modulo automorphisms and the Weyl group. In a series of six...... roots of unity; (4) a line modulo an action of a split torus; (5) a chain of lines meeting in nodes; and (6) a chain modulo an action of a split torus. We also prove that the automorphism groups of such bundles are smooth, affine, and connected....

  9. Creation of meanings on the theme

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    Eveline Borges

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Investments in policies for science teachers, as well as their adaptation to new realities and technologies are essential, since the teacher is the key to changing mindsets and attitudes of their students. Thus, conceptual discussions are proposed between chemistry teachers in a virtual environment on the Moodle platform on topics previously chosen by the education teacher. The objective is to analyze the process of creating meanings of participants of the forum on the theme "nature of science." It was noticed that new media can help building students' knowledge and motivate them to expand their research and scientific readings; however, rules must be preestablished so that a real interaction and mediation could occur. Initiatives like these are useful for the understanding of scientific and technical fields, and may also facilitate communication and interaction between teachers and students.

  10. The Internet Marketing of Disney Theme Parks

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    Carol J. Auster

    2013-03-01

    Full Text Available The purpose of this study was to analyze the portrayal of gender and race in the images on the official Disney websites used to market five theme parks: the Disneyland Parks in California, Paris, Tokyo, and Hong Kong, and the Magic Kingdom in Florida. This is important because of the growth of e-commerce, Disney’s global influence, and the potential impact on those who view the images. The 452 images that had Disney human characters, human-like characters, animals, cast members, or guests were coded for gender. The main gender hypothesis, that the percentage of male-dominated images would exceed the percentage of female-dominated images, was tested using gender disparity values, which measured the gap between the percentage of male-dominated and female-dominated images. The hypothesis tended to be supported overall, and for most of the resorts (e.g., Florida, lands (e.g., Adventureland, and activities (attractions, entertainment, dining for human characters, human-like characters, animals, and cast members, but not for guests. Furthermore, the hypotheses that gender disparity values would be highest for images of animals and lowest for images of guests was supported for all five resorts, six of eight lands, and all three activities. Additional analysis also revealed the preponderance of same-sex pairings in parent–child combinations in the images. With regard to race, while the images of some theme parks displayed more racial diversity among their guests than others, in some images, individuals of different races were shown interacting whereas in others they were not. Explanations for these findings and suggestions for future research are discussed.

  11. Effets du fluor et du phosphogypse chez les organismes marins

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    Martin, J.L.; Le Guellec, Anne-marie; Cosson, R.

    1982-01-01

    Dans le cadre général des recherches visant à déterminer l'action des effluents industriels et plus précisément du fluor dans le cas de cette étude, le programme dont les résultats sont présentés avait pour but de déterminer les effets de cet élément sur les organismes marins. Trois aspects essentiels ont été envisagés : - Effets létaux du fluor ; - effets du fluor sur certaines fonctions éthologiques ; - bio-accumulation de l'élément par les organismes marins.

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  13. A Framework for Mobile User Experiences in Theme Parks

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    Østergaard, Claus Møller

    2013-01-01

    This paper proposes a framework, which contributes to a better theoretical understanding of mobile user experience in theme parks that is not limited to (a) personal smartphones, (b) a specific theme park, or (c) specific mobile content. Thus, the paper contributes to the field of mobile user...... experience in theme parks within HCI. The identified aspects constituting the mobile user experience in theme parks are the environmental context, the social context, the functional context, the mobile interface, and of course the mobile content. The framework is developed based on five diverse case studies...... on mobile content designed for different theme parks. The empirical data is based on observations studies, shadowing, and interviews....

  14. Gestion durable du paysage

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    Jean-David Gerber

    2009-03-01

    Full Text Available Le paysage est de plus en plus perçu comme une ressource. À ce titre, il est nécessaire de trouver des instruments juridiques, politiques ou économiques susceptibles de gérer cette « ressource-paysage » sur le long terme. Le gouvernement suisse a introduit récemment l’instrument des parcs naturels régionaux, organisés selon le modèle français, dans sa législation de protection de la nature et du paysage. Une mise en regard des nouveaux parcs avec des structures de gestion beaucoup plus anciennes, les bourgeoisies et les corporations, permet de mettre en évidence les forces et les faiblesses de chacun de ces instruments dans leur contribution à résoudre les rivalités d’usage entre acteurs utilisant ou influençant la ressource paysage. Cette comparaison permet de formuler des recommandations pratiques concernant la gestion de cette ressource.The landscape is increasingly perceived as a resource. For this reason, it is necessary to find legal, political and economic instruments that will succeed in managing this “resource landscape” in the long term. The Swiss government recently introduced the instrument of regional nature parks into the legislation governing nature and landscape preservation; the proposed parks are organized on the basis of the French model. The examination of the new parks from the perspective of much older management structures, i.e. the civic municipalities (bourgeoisies and corporations, makes it possible to demonstrate the strengths and weaknesses of each of these instruments in their contribution to the resolution of use rivalries between actors who use or influence the resource landscape. This comparison also enables the formulation of practical recommendations regarding the management of this resource.

  15. Cri du Chat syndrome

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    Cerruti Mainardi Paola

    2006-09-01

    Full Text Available Abstract The Cri du Chat syndrome (CdCS is a genetic disease resulting from a deletion of variable size occurring on the short arm of chromosome 5 (5p-. The incidence ranges from 1:15,000 to 1:50,000 live-born infants. The main clinical features are a high-pitched monochromatic cry, microcephaly, broad nasal bridge, epicanthal folds, micrognathia, abnormal dermatoglyphics, and severe psychomotor and mental retardation. Malformations, although not very frequent, may be present: cardiac, neurological and renal abnormalities, preauricular tags, syndactyly, hypospadias, and cryptorchidism. Molecular cytogenetic analysis has allowed a cytogenetic and phenotypic map of 5p to be defined, even if results from the studies reported up to now are not completely in agreement. Genotype-phenotype correlation studies showed a clinical and cytogenetic variability. The identification of phenotypic subsets associated with a specific size and type of deletion is of diagnostic and prognostic relevance. Specific growth and psychomotor development charts have been established. Two genes, Semaphorin F (SEMAF and δ-catenin (CTNND2, which have been mapped to the "critical regions", are potentially involved in cerebral development and their deletion may be associated with mental retardation in CdCS patients. Deletion of the telomerase reverse transcriptase (hTERT gene, localised to 5p15.33, could contribute to the phenotypic changes in CdCS. The critical regions were recently refined by using array comparative genomic hybridisation. The cat-like cry critical region was further narrowed using quantitative polymerase chain reaction (PCR and three candidate genes were characterised in this region. The diagnosis is based on typical clinical manifestations. Karyotype analysis and, in doubtful cases, FISH analysis will confirm the diagnosis. There is no specific therapy for CdCS but early rehabilitative and educational interventions improve the prognosis and considerable

  16. Positive and Negative Themes Found in Superhero Films.

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    Bauer, Matthew; Georgeson, Andrew; McNamara, Caitlin; Wakefield, Bryan; King, Tonya S; Olympia, Robert P

    2016-12-01

    Superhero films have become incredibly popular. The objective of this study was to determine the positive and negative themes found in a select number of superhero films. A total of 30 superhero films were analyzed. The average numbers of positive and negative themes were 19.4 and 29.5 mean events per hour for all included films, respectively. The most common positive themes were "assisting others/protecting the public," "positive relationships with family/friends," and "teamwork/collaboration." The most common negative themes were "acts of violence/fighting," "use of guns/knives/lethal weapons," and "bullying/intimidation/torture." Based on the superhero films included in our study, the number of negative themes, especially acts of violence, outweighs positive themes. Although an exposure to positive themes found in superhero films may be beneficial to the development of children, pediatric health care providers should counsel children and their families in an attempt to limit their exposure to violence.

  17. Les paradoxes du littoral Swahili

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    François Bart

    2008-10-01

    Full Text Available Le contact entre l'océan Indien occidental et le continent africain a forgé l'identité et l'originalité du littoral swahili. Cette interface, longue d'environ 2 000 kilomètres, du sud de la Somalie au nord du Mozambique, constitue un monde original où, au gré de traditions anciennes de circulation maritime et continentale se sont diffusées et mêlées des influences culturelles venues du continent africain, de la péninsule arabique et de la péninsule indienne. Le développement du continent, du littoral et des archipels s'inscrit dans une double logique de fragmentation et d'ouverture au monde. Dans cette vaste aire géographique, le rôle de relais des îles et des axes de pénétration continentale à partir des ports est essentiel.The identity and the original features of the Swahili seashore mainly proceed from the contact of African mainland and western indian Ocean. This coastal interface, stretching over 2 000 kilometres from southern Somalia to northern Mozambique, is characterized by ancient traditions of trade movements through maritime areas and mainland as well, which spread and mixed different cultural influences originating from Africa and both Arabic and Indian peninsulas. The development of this area is linked to both fragmentation and opening dynamics. In such a wide area, the relaying function of islands and continental corridors from main harbours is very important.

  18. ETUDE GEOCHIMIQUE ET ISOTOPIQUE DES EAUX SUPERFICIELLES DU BASSIN VERSANT DU FURAN ET DES EAUX MINERALES DU GRABEN DU FOREZ, EST DU MASSIF CENTRAL FRANÇAIS

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    Ce travail est basé sur l'étude d'un continuum eau de pluie – eau de surface – eau minérale, en utilisant différents outils chimiques et géochimiques. La zone d'étude se situe en bordure Est du Massif Central Français. Elle comprend des entités géographiques et géologiques variées (complexe granito-gneissique et cristallophyllien – Monts du Forez et du Lyonnais d'âge hercynien, graben Oligocène du Forez à venues volcaniques miocènes).La première partie repose sur l'étude en isotopes stables (...

  19. The Themes of Tuesdays with Morrie

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    What will a seventy-eight-year-old man with a terminal disease called ALS probably do? Lying in bed waiting to wither and disappear,or making his death afi nal project(7)? According to Wikipedia,ALS,abbreviated from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis,is a debilitating disease which ends up makeing it diffi cult for the patient to swallow and breath.Therefore,without exception,the man with ALS is going to suffer from it for the rest short life. There is an old man,who is a main character in the book Tuesdays with Morrie,choosing to make his death afi nal project. Soon after being featured prominently on Oprah Winfrey’s show in1998,this 131-page book became a New York Times best-seller, moving and inspiring hundreds of thousands of people.As the Los Angeles Times asserts,this non-fi ction work is“A wonderful book, a story of the heart told by a writer with soul”.Here,this piece of book report is focused on the themes of this book.

  20. Réflexion sur l’origine du processus de segmentation du marche du travail

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    Full Text Available (francuski Ce travail propose une réflexion sur l'origine du processus de segmentation du marché du travail par rapport à l'entreprise. Se situe-t-elle au sein même de l'entreprise ou en amont, c'est à dire entre les entreprises? Cela revient à se demander si on peut avoir une approche microéconomique ou macroéconomique de la segmentation et, à s'interroger sur le rôle réel tenu par les firmes dans le processus. Déterminant pour la théorie, ce rôle est à repenser selon la réponse apportée à notre question.

  1. Cri-du-chat syndrome

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    Didden, H.C.M.; Curfs, L.M.G

    2013-01-01

    Cri-du-chat syndrome is a genetic disease resulting from a deletion occurring on the short arm of chromosome 5 (5p-). The incidence ranges from 1:15 000 to 1:50 000 live-born infants. Its main clinical features are a high-pitched monochromatic cry, microcephaly, broad nasal bridge, epicanthal folds,

  2. La Fortification de Troyes en Champagne. Un grand chantier urbain Fin XVe–première moitié du XVIe siècle

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    Full Text Available Composition du JuryMonsieur Patrick Boucheron, maître de conférence à l’Université de Paris I,Madame Odette Chapelot, maître de conférence à l’ÉHESS,Monsieur Jean Chapelot, directeur de recherche au CNRS (directeur de la thèse,Monsieur Nicolas Faucherre, professeur à l’Université de Nantes,Monsieur Etienne Hamon, professeur à l’Université de Picardie–Jules Verne,Monsieur Pierre Monnet, directeur d’études à l’ÉHESS.Thèse soutenue le 16 décembre 2010RésuméIl ne reste actuellement plus rien ou ...

  3. Identifying biological themes within lists of genes with EASE.

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    Hosack, Douglas A; Dennis, Glynn; Sherman, Brad T; Lane, H Clifford; Lempicki, Richard A

    2003-01-01

    EASE is a customizable software application for rapid biological interpretation of gene lists that result from the analysis of microarray, proteomics, SAGE and other high-throughput genomic data. The biological themes returned by EASE recapitulate manually determined themes in previously published gene lists and are robust to varying methods of normalization, intensity calculation and statistical selection of genes. EASE is a powerful tool for rapidly converting the results of functional genomics studies from 'genes' to 'themes'.

  4. GLOBALISATION OF COMMERCIAL THEME PARKS Case: the Walt Disney Company

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    In this contribution we focus on the globalisation of commercial theme parks with Walt Disney Company as the best known case study. After definitions and historical background of theme parks, we analyse the visitors key factors. For the Walt Disney Cie we start with some historical facts, we set up a SWOT-analysis and focus then on Euro Disneyland Paris, the biggest theme park of Europe.

  5. GLOBALISATION OF COMMERCIAL THEME PARKS Case: the Walt Disney Company

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    In this contribution we focus on the globalisation of commercial theme parks with Walt Disney Company as the best known case study. After definitions and historical background of theme parks, we analyse the visitors key factors. For the Walt Disney Cie we start with some historical facts, we set up a SWOT-analysis and focus then on Euro Disneyland Paris, the biggest theme park of Europe.

  6. A Framework for Mobile User Experiences in Theme Parks

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    This paper proposes a framework, which contributes to a better theoretical understanding of mobile user experience in theme parks that is not limited to (a) personal smartphones, (b) a specific theme park, or (c) specific mobile content. Thus, the paper contributes to the field of mobile user...... experience in theme parks within HCI. The identified aspects constituting the mobile user experience in theme parks are the environmental context, the social context, the functional context, the mobile interface, and of course the mobile content. The framework is developed based on five diverse case studies...

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    Map of this lake 26 years after its setting in water. Key words : Dam .... La méthode d'interpolation retenue est l'IDW (Inverse Distance Weighting) avec un pas .... Figure 2 : Répartition des faciès de surface des sédiments du lac de Taabo. 3.3.

  8. LES GITES PLOMBO-ZINCIFERES DU DISTRICT MINIER DU KOUDIAT SIDU AUSUD DU KEF EN TUNISIE

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    Full Text Available Les auteurs ont dćcrit l:i stratigiaphie. I.i tectonique, le corps de minerals, la paragenese et la genese dcs gttes Koudiat Sidri situ&s environ 20 km au sud de la ville du Kef en Tunisie.

  9. MSM 2010 Theme Monograph Psychopharmacology Today

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    Full Text Available This theme monograph is called Psychopharmacology Today. It has some notable contributions on issues in psychopharmacology.MSM 2010 is dedicated to the fond memory of Dr V.N. Bagadia, who headed our Hon International Editorial Advisory Board. See Dedication, " Dr Bagadia, Sir, is no more"(p3.Thomas L. Schwartz, M.D. Associate Professor of Psychiatry, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY, USA writes an editorial on, "Psychopharmacology today: where are we and where do we go from here?"(p6.Ajai R. Singh, MD. Editor, Mens Sana Monographs, writes the second editorial on, "Modern medicine: towards prevention, cure, well-being and longevity"(p17.Sannidhya Varma, Himanshu Sareen and J.K. Trivedi from CSM Medical University, Lucknow, India, write on, "The Geriatric Population and Psychiatric Medication"(p30.Amresh Shrivastava from The University of Western Ontario, Department of Psychiatry and Megan E. Johnston from University of Toronto, Department of Psychology, write on, "Weight Gain in Psychiatric Treatment: Risks, Implications, and Strategies for Prevention and Management"(p53.Avinash De Sousa, M.D. Consultant Psychiatrist& Psychotherapist, Mumbai, writes on, "The Pharmacotherapy of Alcohol Dependence: A State of the Art Review"(p69. Late B. M. Tripathi, M.D. Professor, Department of Psychiatry and National Drug Dependence and Treatment Center, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, and Pradipta Majumder, MBBS, Resident, Department of Psychiatry, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, write on, "Lactating Mother and Psychotropic Drugs"(p83.K.S. Latha PhD. Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, KMC Hospital, Manipal University, writes on, "The Noncompliant Patient in Psychiatry: The Case For and Against Covert/Surreptitious Medication"(p96. Neha Khetrapal, [M.A. Cognitive Science], Centre of Excellence "Cognitive Interaction Technology" (CITEC And Faculty of Psychology& Sport Sciences, University of Bielefeld, Germany

  10. Le parcours migratoire de jeunes ruraux du bled du kif

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    Full Text Available Cet article analyse le parcours migratoire des jeunes ruraux originaires des zones de production du cannabis, jeunes qui cherchent à briser les chaînes de soumission et d’humiliation vécues au quotidien. Pour les jeunes concernés par notre étude, la migration constitue un moyen de s’intégrer dans des réseaux transnationaux et ainsi d’entamer une carrière de beznass (commerçant du cannabis. Ce parcours « initiatique » permet à ces jeunes de revenir au bled avec de nouvelles idées, des moyens accrus, et de jouer un rôle actif dans l’économie locale – qui reste pour eux focalisée sur la production de cannabis, cette dernière restant néanmoins officiellement interdite.

  11. Paul Celan in Translation: "Du sei wie du"

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    Full Text Available Translating the lyric poetry of Paul Celan, especially his later poems, carries not only the endemic challenge and difficulty of any verse translation, but the added incentive of doing justice to a writer whose whole recourse after the Holocaust—whose sanctuary, if he was to have any at all—he sought in language itself, specifically in the Muttersprache , the mother tongue that was as well the tongue of those who murdered his mother and father. This essay exposes a process of translating "Du sei wie du" (1970, which perhaps more than any other poem by Celan, at once solicits and defies translation, moving as it does from modern to medieval German, and closing with Hebrew words from Isaiah— a messianic imperative that shows Celan verging as ever on his Jewish identity.

  12. Dynamique narrative du texte, du film et de la musique

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    La narrativité est foncièrement liée à la dynamique des événements et des actions représentés, et elle dépend du champ pragmatique narrateur/récepteur, c’est-à-dire du discours narratif. Cette dynamique demande une théorisation adéquate, par exemple au sein de la théorie des systèmes dynamiques ou de l’analyse vectorielle, et elle se manifeste dans des modalités différentes. Nous présentons des exemples d’analyse dans la modalité linguistique (récit oral spontané, conte populaire), dans la mo...

  13. Bibliography of Papers Published in the Journal Migration Themes / Migration and Ethnic Themes (1985 – 2014

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    Full Text Available To mark the 30th anniversary of the publication of the journal Migracijske i etničke teme / Migration and Ethnic Themes (up to 2000 it was issued under the title Migration Themes: a Journal for Migration and Ethic Studies, we consider it important and necessary to provide an overview in one place of the papers published in the journal from its first issue in 1985 to the last one in 2014. The most important aim of this bibliography is to introduce the scientific and professional public, especially new researchers, to the topics covered by this journal as well as to enable easier access to the journal and its more convenient use. The bibliography is selective. It includes scientific papers (the original scientific paper, preliminary communication and review paper professional papers, conference papers, panel discussions, discussions, reviews and bibliographies, while reviews of books and periodicals (i.e. papers from the sections Books, Reviews, From Foreign Periodicals and Movie as well as Introductions, Memories, In Memoriam and Conference Reviews (from the sections Reviews and Conferences are not included. All the papers are available at Hrčak – Portal of Scientific Journals of Croatia. Given that all kinds of papers are not included, but primarily in order to provide its better examination and insight into published papers according to specific topics and dealing with various issues, as well as to provide easier and faster access, we have decided to make a subject bibliography, and not a chronological one. (On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Migration Themes journal, the chronological bibliography prepared by Josip Kumper was published in the 3-4/1994 issue. From the very first issue, migration and ethnicity have been the main themes represented in the journal, but the emphasis on the basic issues in previous papers, which involved external migration, internal migration, emigration and minorities/nationalities, have gradually

  14. Dewey and Husserl: A Surprising Convergence of Themes.

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    Garrison, James W.; Shargel, Emanuel I.

    1988-01-01

    The authors find many shared themes in the epistemologies of Dewey and Husserl which are important to the philosophy of education. Agreement is found in three themes: the real life world; the origin of thinking in experience; and the possibility of expanding meaning from experience. (JL)

  15. Reinventing spatial planning in a borderless Europe: emergent themes

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    Waterhout, B.; Faludi, A.K.F.; Stead, D.; Zonneveld, W.; Milder, J.; Nadin, V.

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    This paper is a follow-up to the Chicago Round Table ‘Emergent Research Themes on European Territorial Governance’ in 2008 questioning the view of EU territory as the sum of mutually exclusive territories under nation-state control and pointing out the existence of overlapping jurisdictions. Themes

  16. Dewey and Husserl: A Surprising Convergence of Themes.

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    Garrison, James W.; Shargel, Emanuel I.

    1988-01-01

    The authors find many shared themes in the epistemologies of Dewey and Husserl which are important to the philosophy of education. Agreement is found in three themes: the real life world; the origin of thinking in experience; and the possibility of expanding meaning from experience. (JL)

  17. Conservation and Education: Prominent Themes in Zoo Mission Statements

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    Patrick, Patricia G.; Matthews, Catherine E.; Ayers, David Franklin; Tunnicliffe, Sue Dale

    2007-01-01

    In this study, the authors examine the mission statements of 136 zoos in the United States that the American Zoo and Aquarium Association (AZA) has accredited, and report on the predominant themes of education and conservation in the statements. To explore the relation between these two themes, the authors present a literature review of the roles…

  18. Nurturing Writing Proficiency through Theme-Based Instruction

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    Osman, Siti Rafizah Fatimah; Ahmad, Erny Arniza; Jusoff, Kamaruzaman

    2009-01-01

    This paper explores the effectiveness of theme-based instructional (TBI) method as a means of honing the writing skills and the motivation for writing of 36 pre-degree ESL learners in a Malaysian tertiary institution. The method which focused on development of language skills through discussion of themes provided the teacher a direct and effective…

  19. The Critic as Rhetor: Psychiatry and Fantasy Theme Analysis.

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    Vatz, Richard E.; Weinberg, Lee S.

    1987-01-01

    Examines Barbara Sharf's article analyzing public commentary about psychiatrists generated by the Hinkley trial and finds that dominant media messages elicit undeserved negative fantasy themes concerning psychiatry. Argues that fantasy theme analysis offers rhetorical critics a framework for examining process by which the meaning of world events…

  20. Complex, Dynamic Systems: A New Transdisciplinary Theme for Applied Linguistics?

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    Larsen-Freeman, Diane

    2012-01-01

    In this plenary address, I suggest that Complexity Theory has the potential to contribute a transdisciplinary theme to applied linguistics. Transdisciplinary themes supersede disciplines and spur new kinds of creative activity (Halliday 2001 [1990]). Investigating complex systems requires researchers to pay attention to system dynamics. Since…

  1. Supernatural Themes in Selected Children's Stories of Isaac Bashevis Singer.

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    Schlessinger, June H.; Vanderryst, June D.

    1989-01-01

    Discusses the impact of the traditional folklore theme of good versus evil on children's development and analyzes the development of this theme using magical and supernatural situations in the work of Isaac Bashevis Singer. A selected bibliography of work by and literary criticisms of Singer's writings is provided. (five references) (CLB)

  2. Complex, Dynamic Systems: A New Transdisciplinary Theme for Applied Linguistics?

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    Larsen-Freeman, Diane

    2012-01-01

    In this plenary address, I suggest that Complexity Theory has the potential to contribute a transdisciplinary theme to applied linguistics. Transdisciplinary themes supersede disciplines and spur new kinds of creative activity (Halliday 2001 [1990]). Investigating complex systems requires researchers to pay attention to system dynamics. Since…

  3. Booktalking Wuthering Heights: Themes of Love, Ghosts, and Rage.

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    Rochman, Hazel

    1986-01-01

    Describes method of presenting theme booktalks to high school students to appeal to their various reading levels and interests. Excerpts from various forms of adult classics and young adult literature illustrate a technique to link the works by themes pertinent to teenage readers. (CD)

  4. Prayerful Teaching in Higher Education: A Survey of Themes

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    Lynn, Monty L.

    2004-01-01

    Prayer is a primary spiritual discipline for Christians. Nonetheless, few contemporary scholarly discussions have ventured into exploring the role of prayer in college teaching. This paper extends the conversation by reviving three themes in writings about prayer and academics and making application of those themes to teaching and learning today.…

  5. New Themes in Physics Teaching: A Personal Retrospective

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    Dykstra, Dewey I., Jr.

    2012-01-01

    For a little over 40 years, what we label now physics education research has been conducted. As a result, a new type of theme in the research and in physics education has emerged. Some of these themes are cognitivism, research as qualitative, learning as construction of knowledge, theoretical underpinnings that are not realist, student-centered…

  6. A Fantasy Theme Analysis of Nixon's "Checkers" Speech.

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    Wells, William T.

    1996-01-01

    Applies fantasy theme analysis to Richard Nixon's "Checkers" speech. States that three major themes emerge: Nixon as Moral Model, Nixon as the American Dream, and Nixon as Patriot. Points out that each issue responds to allegations of dishonesty that were leveled against him at the time. Argues that Nixon's speech was accepted and…

  7. L’Harmonie du monde

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    2003-11-01

    Full Text Available La Bourgogne est particulièrement bien présente et représentée dans l’exposition sur la musique et ses représentations au Moyen Âge organisée par Isabelle Marchesin (université de Poitiers, Christine Laloue (conservatrice du Patrimoine au Musée et Martine Clouzot (université de Bourgogne, au Musée de la Musique à Paris du 26 mars au 27 juin 2004. En Côte-d’Or, à Dijon, la Bibliothèque municipale a donné son accord officiel pour le prêt de la Bible d’Etienne Harding, les Moralia in Job et u...

  8. L'energie du moustique

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    ENSEMBLE DE QUATRE ARTICLES - LARGE HADRON COLLIDER: Le dernier accelerateur de particules du CERN, le LEP, produisait des faisceaux d'electrons de 100 GeV chacun. Le LHC, qui accelere des faisceaux de protons, leur communiquera une energie de 7 TeV chacun. Une energie a la fois colossale et derisoire. Un TeV represente a peu pres l'energie cinetique d'un moustique (1/2 page).

  9. Revision du Genre Aseraggodes Kaup

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    Chabanaud, P.

    1930-01-01

    Le présent travail comprend la définition du genre Aseraggodes Kaup et la revision, sous forme d'une clef dichotomique, de toutes les espèces qui le composent, revision établie d'après les types eux-mêmes de ces espèces. Ce genre Aseraggodes appartient à la famille des Soleidae et à la sousfamille

  10. Collecting uncollectables: Joachim Du Bellay

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    Full Text Available Lists of wonders have circulated for millennia. Over and over, such inventories of spectacular man made constructions have been rewritten, re-edited and reimagi-ned. Both the wonders and the lists of wonders, preferably of the seven, have had a profound and long-lasting effect, and have been abundantly imitated, copied and reworked. Renaissance creative thinking was obsessed with the seven wonders of the ancient world, and early-modern Europe experienced a surge of visual and verbal depictions of wonders. This article is about a remarkable list of seven wonders, included in one of Joachim Du Bellay's canonical poems on Roman antiquities (Antiquités de Rome, published in Paris in 1558. Du Bellay shapes his list of wonders by exploring pat-terns of both repetition and mutability. Almost imperceptibly, he starts suggesting connections between 16th-century Rome and distant civilizations. Through the eyes of a fictive traveller and collector, the poet venerates the greatness and la-ments the loss of ancient buildings, sites and works of art, slowly developing a ver-bal, visual and open-ended gallery, creating a collection of crumbling or vanished, mainly Roman, architecture. This poetic display of ruins and dust in the Eternal City is nourished by the attraction of the inevitable destruction of past splendour and beauty. In the sonnets, Du Bellay imitates classical models and patterns. Whi-le compiling powerful images and stories of destruction, he combines techniques associated with both a modern concept of copy and more ancient theories of co-pia. In this context, this article also explores whether Pliny's Natural History might be a source for the imaginary collection of lost sites and wonders in Du Bellay's Antiquit's.

  11. René Ducroux et Philippe Jean-Baptiste, 2004, L’effet de serre, Réalité, conséquences et solutions, Paris, CNRS Editions, 95 p.

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    Full Text Available Cet ouvrage a pour ambition de faire une synthèse claire et concise, à destination d’un public non averti, du phénomène de réchauffement climatique. Il est organisé en sortes de fiches elles-mêmes rassemblées en six grandes parties : Présentation du climat actuel et passé Le principe de l’effet de serre Ses conséquences Les responsables Les remèdes et enfin L’organisation internationale autour de cette question. Chaque fiche se présente sous la forme d’une double page. Le texte est très...

  12. Régis Darques, Salonique au xxe siècle. De la cité ottomane à la métropole grecque, Paris, CNRS éditions, 2000, 319 p. + 60 pl.

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    Full Text Available Peu de villes du pourtour méditerranéen ont fait l’objet, ces cinquante dernières années, d’autant de travaux que Salonique, et la recherche réalisée par Régis Darques — soutenue en février 1998 en vue d'obtention d'un doctorat à l'Université de Provence — constitue une contribution importante à la connaissance de l’histoire de cette cité au xxe siècle. À travers le processus d'appropriation du territoire, l'auteur cherche à cerner les grandes étapes de transition de la ville ottomane vers l...

  13. Prairie du Chien: A Historical Study,

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    Naudouwessee with whom this governor made peace and introduced trade and commerce among the whole nation. His son the successor told me that some of the...Nicholas Perrot, French Commandant of the West, with a party of couriers du bois and voyageurs descended the Wisconsin River and erected Fort St...number of traders and voyageurs settled at Prairie du Chien. Thomas Anderson who settled at Prairie du Chien in 1800 described the conditions on his

  14. Genetics Home Reference: cri-du-chat syndrome

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    ... Health Conditions cri-du-chat syndrome cri-du-chat syndrome Enable Javascript to view the expand/collapse ... PDF Open All Close All Description Cri-du-chat (cat's cry) syndrome, also known as 5p- (5p ...

  15. Theme-Based Bidisciplinary Chemistry Laboratory Modules

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    Leber, Phyllis A.; Szczerbicki, Sandra K.

    1996-12-01

    A thematic approach to each of the two introductory chemistry laboratory sequences, general and organic chemistry, not only provides an element of cohesion but also stresses the role that chemistry plays as the "central science" and emphasizes the intimate link between chemistry and other science disciplines. Thus, in general chemistry the rubric "Environmental Chemistry" affords connections to the geosciences, whereas experiments on the topic of "Plant Assays" bridge organic chemistry and biology. By establishing links with other science departments, the theme-based laboratory experiments will satisfy the following multidisciplinary criteria: (i) to demonstrate the general applicability of core methodologies to the sciences, (ii) to help students relate concepts to a broader multidisciplinary context, (iii) to foster an attitude of both independence and cooperation that can transcend the teaching laboratory to the research arena, and (iv) to promote greater cooperation and interaction between the science departments. Fundamentally, this approach has the potential to impact the chemistry curriculum significantly by including student decision-making in the experimental process. Furthermore, the incorporation of GC-MS, a powerful tool for separation and identification as well as a state-of-the-art analytical technique, in the modules will enhance the introductory general and organic chemistry laboratory sequences by making them more instrument-intensive and by providing a reliable and reproducible means of obtaining quantitative analyses. Each multifaceted module has been designed to meet the following criteria: (i) a synthetic protocol including full spectral characterization of products, (ii) quantitative and statistical analyses of data, and (iii) construction of a database of results. The database will provide several concrete functions. It will foster the idea that science is a continuous incremental process building on the results of earlier experimentalists

  16. D. Alexandre-Bidon, F. Piponnier, J.-M. Poisson éd., Cadres de vie et manières d’habiter (XIIe-XVIe s., Actes du VIIIe congrès international de la Société d’archéologie médiévale, Paris, 11-13 octobre 2001

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    Full Text Available Le VIIIe congrès de la Société d’archéologie médiévale avait pour objet l’habitat, témoignant lui aussi du regain d’intérêt qui se manifeste pour le cadre de vie. Il se plaçait résolument dans la continuité des recherches menées sous l’égide de J.-M. Pesez et Y. Esquieu, qui avaient abouti quatre ans avant à une première synthèse, accompagnée de monographies : Cent maisons médiévales, un corpus et une esquisse, Éditions du CNRS, 1998.Notons d’emblée que le point de vue des responsables de cet...

  17. Au fil du temps (1976 ou la loi du seuil

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    Full Text Available Ayant choisi de vivre dans un camion, les héros d’Au fil du temps (film de Wim Wenders de 1976 font du seuil une expérience particulière. Celle de la rupture avec toute idée de foyer et celle du refus d’appartenance à la terre natale, cette terre allemande traversée par une frontière le long de laquelle ils vont voyager, et qui les renvoie à chaque instant aux traumatismes de l’Histoire. Sur le pare-brise du camion, l’extérieur (campagnes indifférenciées, villes à l’abandon… et l’intérieur se superposent. Au fil du temps questionne le paysage : il s’agit d’en décoller un à un les mythes qui le recouvrent. L’image alors n’est plus surface mais volume à traverser, à lacérer et découvrir ce qui est tissé dans le paysage. La démarche de Wenders est alors proche de celle d’un de ses contemporains : Anselm Kiefer. Le paysage allemand provoque le rejet parce qu’il y a là toujours plus que le visible : des strates et des strates de culpabilité que le mythe - et c’est sa fonction - a recouvert. Et qu’il s’agira ici, de soulever. Le choix du nomadisme, c’est celui d’un état de l’humanité antérieur à l’idée de patrie. Et c’est aussi celui de la solitude, comme prix à payer à ce refus d’appartenance et à cette mise à jour des mythes. L’appartenance à la terre allemande et à son Histoire est profondément problématique parce que les pères sont fondamentalement coupables. On se reconnaîtra alors des pères de substitution : des pères de cinéma (Nicholas Ray ou Fritz Lang. Et l’on substituera l’Histoire du cinéma à l’Histoire. Bruno est réparateur ambulant de projecteurs et Au fil du temps dressera, au gré de ses pérégrinations, un état des lieux du cinéma allemand des années soixante-dix : déliquescent, colonisé par les images hollywoodiennes. Il faut que cela change : état du cinéma ; état des protagonistes solitaires en quête d’une identit

  18. The use of negative themes in television food advertising.

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    Pettigrew, Simone; Roberts, Michele; Chapman, Kathy; Quester, Pascale; Miller, Caroline

    2012-04-01

    The ability of food advertising to trigger food consumption and influence social norms relating to food consumption has resulted in increasing attention being given to the prevalence and nature of food advertising. The present study investigated the use of negative themes in food advertisements aired on Australian television to determine the prevalence of depictions of violence/aggression, mocking, nagging, boredom, loneliness, food craving, mood enhancement, and the emotional use of food across 61 days of programming time. The results suggest that advertisers are using negative themes to capture attention and invoke an emotional response in the target audience. Sixteen percent (14,611) of the 93,284 food advertisements contained negative themes, with mood enhancement and food craving being the most commonly depicted negative themes. Advertisements with negative themes were more likely to be for non-core foods and to be aired during children's popular viewing times than at other times. The potential for negative themes in food advertising to promote unhealthy food consumption behaviors among children is likely to be of concern to policy makers. Building on this exploratory study, further research is needed to investigate how nutrition-related decision making is affected by exposure to food advertisements employing negative emotional themes.

  19. Asian Mediterranean : China at the Core of Two Periods of Globalisation (16^-20^ century)(Theme>Comparative Approaches in Social Sciences and Humanities : A French-Japanese Initiative via Joint International Laboratory between CNRS and University of Tokyo)

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    Mediterranean is a powerful concept, elaborated by Braudel in his seminal study on The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean World in the Age of Philip II. It encompasses economic, social and cultural dimensions. In the fourteenth century, Genoa, Venice, Barcelona were global places, controlling world-wide economic flows. This supremacy derived from the structuring of a crucial maritime area, the Mediterranean. What seems to be most remarkable in Braudel's analysis of the Mediterranean maritime...

  20. Design and Construction of Grape Theme Sightseeing Garden

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    Jun; LIU; Yifei; YU; Jingchuan; LI; Ruifeng; HAN; Ying; WANG

    2014-01-01

    Taking the grape theme sightseeing garden of Hebei Academy of Forestry Sciences for example,this article discusses the suitable edible and wine making cultivation varieties,vineyard frame and cultivation techniques in the grape theme sightseeing garden,from the perspective of planning and design. The garden landscape design and construction is integrated with sightseeing and garden visiting to highlight the theme of grape sightseeing garden,aimed at achieving purposes of sightseeing,picking,appreciating the beautiful scenery,and enjoying palatable food.

  1. The Analysis of the Themes in the Neighbors

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    2015-01-01

    Isaac Bashevis Singer,is a leading figure,whose writing and publishing only in Yiddish,and his works are widely read by the people around the world.The neighbors is one of his famous short novels,which contains a lot of themes.However,the interpretation of the themes of the neighbors is not so well-founded.In this essay,the author will give you relatively comprehensive themes of this novel in three aspects:(1) The sufferings of the Jews,(2) The alienation and coldness of the society,(3) The persistence in looking for the identities.

  2. Mapping the terrain of homosexually-themed language.

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    McCormack, Mark

    2011-01-01

    In this article, I present a new model for understanding homosexually-themed language. By detailing how old conceptualizations of homophobic language no longer maintain heuristic utility in explaining the social dynamics of many sport and educational settings, I situate other conceptualizations of homosexually-themed language depending on the cultural context. I argue that whether language is considered homophobic, or whether it is better conceptualized as fag discourse, gay discourse or pro-gay language, is primarily dependent on the homohysteria of a setting. This model should enable scholars and educators to understand the operation of homosexually-themed language in society and properly evaluate the homophobia of a setting.

  3. A Foundation for Mobile User Experiences in Theme Parks

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    Østergaard, Claus Møller

    2013-01-01

    Based on case studies, this paper proposes a theoretical understanding of three essential aspects, which affect mobile user experiences in theme parks. The aspect are (a) the controllability of the mobile content, (b) the balance in the hybrid space of proximate physical place and remote digital...... space, and (c) the social space. Furthermore, the social space is exceptionally important in understanding mobile user experiences in theme parks. Thus, this paper proposes to extract the social space from the physical place. This means, that mobile user experiences in theme parks can be understood...

  4. Mining Knowledge from Result Comparison Between Spatial Clustering Themes

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    SHA Zongyao; BIAN Fuling

    2005-01-01

    This paper introduces some definitions and defines a set of calculating indexes to facilitate the research, and then presents an algorithm to complete the spatial clustering result comparison between different clustering themes. The research shows that some valuable spatial correlation patterns can be further found from the clustering result comparison with multi-themes, based on traditional spatial clustering as the first step. Those patterns can tell us what relations those themes have, and thus will help us have a deeper understanding of the studied spatial entities. An example is also given to demonstrate the principle and process of the method.

  5. A Foundation for Mobile User Experiences in Theme Parks

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    Østergaard, Claus Møller

    2013-01-01

    Based on case studies, this paper proposes a theoretical understanding of three essential aspects, which affect mobile user experiences in theme parks. The aspect are (a) the controllability of the mobile content, (b) the balance in the hybrid space of proximate physical place and remote digital...... space, and (c) the social space. Furthermore, the social space is exceptionally important in understanding mobile user experiences in theme parks. Thus, this paper proposes to extract the social space from the physical place. This means, that mobile user experiences in theme parks can be understood...

  6. Recent developments in South African Jesus research: From Andrie du Toit to Willem Vorster

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    A. G. van Aarde

    1993-01-01

    Full Text Available Besides the introductory remarics this area report consists of five sections, published in two articles: ‘From Andrie du Toit to Willem Vorster’ and ‘From Willem Vorster to Andries van Aarde’. As part of the introductory remarks the titles of various articles that recently appeared on the South African scene are brought together in the first article. With respect to Du Toit, the overview focuses inter alia on an evaluation of his p re view of historical Jesus research in the light of the results of recent North American and South African studies. Vorster’s contribution is discussed according to two themes: the epistemology of ‘post-critical’ historical research and the presuppositions regarding the ‘Jewishness’ of Jesus.

  7. Métastases gastro-intestinales du cancer du sein: à propos de 2 cas

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    Loubna, Mezouar; Mohamed, El Hfid; Tijani, El Harroudi; Fouzia, Ghadouani; Hanane, Haj Kacem; Zouhour, Bourhaleb; Asmae, Ouabdelmoumen

    2013-01-01

    Le cancer du sein est le cancer le plus fréquent chez la femme, notamment au Maroc, avec un taux de mortalité élevé. Les métastases gastro-intestinales d'un carcinome canalaire du sein sont rares. Leur diagnostic est difficile du fait de la nature non spécifique des symptômes. Nous rapportons deux observations originales de métastases gastroduodénales d'un cancer canalaire infiltrant du sein. Les métastases gastro-intestinales du cancer du sein sont très rares; la présence de symptômes gastro-intestinaux chez une malade ayant un antécédent de cancer du sein doit faire suspecter une atteinte métastatique gastro-intestinale. PMID:24198876

  8. Traffic Accident Investigation: A Suitable Theme for Teaching Mechanics.

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    Tao, P. K.

    1987-01-01

    Suggests the development of curriculum materials on the applications of physics to traffic accident investigations as a theme for teaching mechanics. Describes several standard investigation techniques and the physics principles involved, along with some sample exercises. (TW)

  9. Ray Bradbury's Dandelion Wine: Themes, Sources, and Style

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    Mengeling, Marvin E.

    1971-01-01

    Defends Bradbury as a major prose writer. Places Dandelion Wine's major theme, initiation, in American literary tradition. Explores the novel's structure, and notes the influence of Mark Twain and Melville, among others, on Bradbury. (JB)

  10. Theme: Staying Current--Small Animals and Specialty Crops.

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    Knight, James A.; And Others

    1986-01-01

    Six theme articles examine ways that vocational agriculture teachers can keep current, including related hobbies, resource persons, beekeeping as a supervised occupational experience, specialty crops such as fruits and nuts, an inservice poultry project, and trade and industry organizations. (SK)

  11. Ray Bradbury's Dandelion Wine: Themes, Sources, and Style

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    Mengeling, Marvin E.

    1971-01-01

    Defends Bradbury as a major prose writer. Places Dandelion Wine's major theme, initiation, in American literary tradition. Explores the novel's structure, and notes the influence of Mark Twain and Melville, among others, on Bradbury. (JB)

  12. Themes and challenges in making supply chains socially sustainable

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    Abbasi, Maisam

    2014-01-01

    holistic view of the pattern of currently discussed themes and challenges may be beneficial in increasing the absorptive capacity of industrial and business practitioners when they design and operationalize innovative strategies in developing sustainable supply chains. Originality/value This paper may......Purpose Purpose of this paper is to explore and classify pattern of the currently discussed themes and challenges in making supply chains socially sustainable. Design/methodology/approach The methodology was based on a systematic review of the existing literature in order to explore what major...... themes and challenges have been discussed as well as the significant gaps where opportunities for further research can be found. Findings In total five categories of themes were identified, namely goods/service-centric, human-centric, organization-centric, corporate-centric, and management...

  13. Theme: Innovative Curriculum Ideas and Practices in Agricultural Education.

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    Fourteen theme articles discuss the following: curriculum ideas and innovations in agricultural education, agricultural literacy, Supervised Agricultural Experience, active learning, locating agricultural education resources, distance and web-based instruction, principles of forest management, professional development, and service learning. (JOW)

  14. Theme: The Role of Science in the Agricultural Education Curriculum.

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    Thirteen theme articles discuss integration of science and agriculture, the role of science in agricultural education, biotechnology, agriscience in Tennessee and West Virginia, agriscience and program survival, modernization of agricultural education curriculum, agriscience and service learning, and biotechnology websites. (SK)

  15. Theme: Physical Science in Agriscience--The New Ag Mech.

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    Buriak, Phil; And Others

    1992-01-01

    Seven theme articles discuss strategies for teaching mechanics, physical sciences in the study of foods, scientific principles in the agricultural curriculum, environmental issues in agriculture, and applied physical sciences. (SK)

  16. Theme: Physical Science in Agriscience--The New Ag Mech.

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    Buriak, Phil; And Others

    1992-01-01

    Seven theme articles discuss strategies for teaching mechanics, physical sciences in the study of foods, scientific principles in the agricultural curriculum, environmental issues in agriculture, and applied physical sciences. (SK)

  17. Meaninglessness, Death, and Responsibility: Existential Themes in Career Counselling.

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    Koehn, Corinne V.

    1986-01-01

    Three existential concerns, meaninglessness, death, and responsibility, are discussed and their applicability to career counselling is demonstrated. Career counselling exercises which help to introduce the client to these themes are identified. (Author/BL)

  18. Session du Conseil du CERN : le ministre britannique, Robert Jackson, souligne l'intérêt de on pays pour l'avenir du CERN : décisions du Conseil pour la mise en oeuvre des recommandations du Comité d'évaluation du CERN: départ anticipé pour 200 membres au moins du personnel - mise à jour de la méthode de calcule pour les contributions des Etats Membres au budget

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    Session du Conseil du CERN : le ministre britannique, Robert Jackson, souligne l'intérêt de on pays pour l'avenir du CERN : décisions du Conseil pour la mise en oeuvre des recommandations du Comité d'évaluation du CERN: départ anticipé pour 200 membres au moins du personnel - mise à jour de la méthode de calcule pour les contributions des Etats Membres au budget

  19. Des Taiwanais dans Ie sud du Fujian

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    2002-01-01

    Se trouvant dans le sud-est de la Chine au bord dela mer, la province du Fujian s’appelle aussi toutsimplement "Min". Les anc(?)tres d’une grande partie de lapopulation de Taiwan sont venus du Fujian (Min). Les deux

  20. Success factors of theme parks – An exploration study

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    2007-01-01

    Theme parks are important products for the leisure and tourism industry but the analysis of their critical success factors seems to be a neglected area in leisure and tourism research. Most authors agree that authenticity as well as the staging of experiences is a main factor influencing consumer’s decision to buy a leisure or tourism product. Thus, this paper discusses authenticity and the staging of experiences as critical success factors for the management of theme parks. Empirical data ga...

  1. Franchising Theme Parks : Disneyland Paris inFocus

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    Kocsis, Kinga

    2014-01-01

    The report consisted of the analysis of theoretical frameworks of franchise and using franchising as a promotional method of theme parks. The definition of franchise and the use, right and regulations of it are essential knowledge to understand the base of franchise based theme parks. Also it was analyzed how franchising affects tourism in specific fields of existing franchises. The role of a franchise in our society and its values was also taken into consideration. The values and the role of...

  2. Theme Analysis of Dan Brown’s Angles and Demons

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    2013-01-01

    Dan Brown’s Angels and Demons published in 2000 directly centered on the theme of the debate upon religion and science. It is a vivid depiction of the collision of humanity and divinity, which evokes people’s deep probing to the crisis-ridden modern society. This article aims at analyzing the postmodernism writing features adopted in the theme of Angels and Demons.

  3. The Theme of Death in Romeo and Juliet

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    张建春; 刘莉

    2013-01-01

      Shakespeare is the greatest poet, Playwright in English Renaissance period. His plays include comedy, tragedy and his⁃torical plays, which shows a humanistic attitude toward world. His play Romeo and Julie appeals to the world for its abundant themes and poetic language which arouse many comments upon it. In this essay, the author tries to analyze the theme of death from the western philosophy:Christian world view and Existentialism philosophy about death.

  4. Franchising Theme Parks : Disneyland Paris inFocus

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    Kocsis, Kinga

    2014-01-01

    The report consisted of the analysis of theoretical frameworks of franchise and using franchising as a promotional method of theme parks. The definition of franchise and the use, right and regulations of it are essential knowledge to understand the base of franchise based theme parks. Also it was analyzed how franchising affects tourism in specific fields of existing franchises. The role of a franchise in our society and its values was also taken into consideration. The values and the role of...

  5. Le vide univers du tout et du rien

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    Diner, Simon

    1997-01-01

    Pourquoi l'Univers plutôt que le vide ? Le temps et l'espace existent-ils en l'absence de l'Univers ? Que reste-t-il quand tout est enlevé ? Pourquoi quelque chose plutôt que rien ? Depuis des siècles, ces interrogations mobilisent philosophes et physiciens. Mais aujourd'hui, le vide n'est pas le rien. Il serait même l'acteur central de l'histoire de la matière et de l'Univers, le partenaire privilégié de la physique. Vide et matière ne sont plus deux manifestations séparées de la nature, mais deux aspects d'une même réalité. Le vide est l'état de base dont la matière émerge, sans couper son cordon ombilical Le vide comme Univers du rien cède la place au vide comme Univers du tout. Que le vide puisse être conçu par les physiciens comme réservoir potentiel d'univers, voici qui ne devrait laisser personne indifférent. Ce livre ouvre un débat et nous convie à une réflexion surprenante.

  6. Image du savoir, image du pouvoir dans le Lapidaire

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    Marta LACOMBA

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available À travers le prologue et les enluminures de présentation, le Lapidaire d’Alphonse X oriente l’interprétation de l’œuvre. Ces paratextes mettent en avant le rôle capital du savoir, représenté par la métaphore du trésor caché, qui a ici une valeur topique. Ils mettent également en exergue le rôle que s’attribue le roi dans la transmission de ce savoir, et placent cette nouvelle attribution royale au cœur de son projet politique.A través del prólogo y las miniaturas de presentación, el Lapidario de Alfonso X orienta la interpretación de la obra. Estos paratextos subrayan el papel capital del saber, representado por la metáfora del tesoro escondido, que tiene aquí un valor tópico. Ponen asimismo de manifiesto el papel que se atribuye el monarca en la transmisión de ese saber y colocan esta nueva atribución real en el centro de su proyecto político.

  7. Les esclaves du commandant Quiquandon

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    Tymowski, Michal

    2003-01-01

    Le 10 janvier 1895, Albert Grodet, gouverneur général du Soudan français, adressa au ministère des Colonies une dépêche accusant le commandant Quiquandon, dirigeant de la région Nord-Est (Ségou), d'exploiter illégalement un domaine sur lequel travaillent 140 esclaves. À partir de ce cas particulier, l'auteur analyse les conflits qui existaient à l'époque entre l'administration civile et un groupe d'officiers soudanais. Il se demande si la possession d'esclaves par des officiers, prenant...

  8. Du comptoir à la toge

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    Buti, Gilbert

    2007-01-01

    Descendant d’une famille de petits notables du Dauphiné, Antoine Anthoine (1749-1826) qui n’a pas pu accéder à la magistrature se destine à la marchandise. Après un apprentissage à Marseille au comptoir des Seimandy, il est nommé, par ces négociants, régisseur pour leur commandite de Constantinople. La mobilisation de sa proche parenté et les soutiens des pouvoirs politiques locaux, nationaux et internationaux lui permettent d’obtenir une mission destinée à ouvrir le commerce de la Russie mér...

  9. Aventures radiophoniques du Nouveau Roman

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    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available  Aventures radiophoniques du Nouveau Roman Colloque international organisé par l’Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier, en partenariat avec l’Université de Stuttgart 19-20 novembre 2015   Organisateurs :  Pierre-Marie Héron, Annie Pibarot, Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier, centre de recherche Rirra21. Françoise Joly, Beatrice Nickel, Universität Stuttgart 

  10. Underdeveloped Themes in Qualitative Research: Relationship With Interviews and Analysis.

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    Connelly, Lynne M; Peltzer, Jill N

    2016-01-01

    In this methodological article, the authors address the problem of underdeveloped themes in qualitative studies they have reviewed. Various possible reasons for underdeveloped themes are examined, and suggestions offered. Each problem area is explored, and literature support is provided. The suggestions that are offered are supported by the literature as well. The problem with underdeveloped themes in certain articles is related to 3 interconnected issues: (a) lack of clear relationship to the underlying research method, (b) an apparent lack of depth in interviewing techniques, and (c) lack of depth in the analysis. Underdeveloped themes in a qualitative study can lead to a lack of substantive findings that have meaningful implications for practice, research, and the nursing profession, as well as the rejection of articles for publication. Fully developed themes require knowledge about the paradigm of qualitative research, the methodology that is proposed, the effective techniques of interviewing that can produce rich data with examples and experiences, and analysis that goes beyond superficial reporting of what the participants have said. Analytic problem areas include premature closure, anxiety about how to analyze, and confusion about categories and themes. Effective qualitative research takes time and effort and is not as easy as is sometimes presumed. The usefulness of findings depends on researchers improving their research skills and practices. Increasingly researchers are using qualitative research to explore clinically important issues. As consumers of research or members of a research team, clinical nurse specialists need to understand the nature of this research that can provide in-depth insight and meaning.

  11. Themes de predilection et vocabulaires thematises a charge incentive (Preferred Themes and Thematisized Vocabularies of an Incentive Nature)

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    Galisson, Robert

    1975-01-01

    Discusses the important role of applied lexicology in the creation of thematisized vocabularies for second language instruction capable of motivating the student. Discusses the concept of "preferred themes." (Text is in French.) (AM)

  12. Sainte-Bernardette du Banlay, Nevers

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    Christophe Joly

    2009-11-01

    Full Text Available Construite par Claude Parent et Paul Virilio en 1964-1965, l’église Sainte-Bernadette du Banlay témoigne de leurs travaux sur la fonction oblique. L’édifice fut édifié à l’issue d’un concours d’architecture lancé en 1963 par Mgr Vial et l’Abbé Bourgoin, curé de la paroisse. L’église est inspirée de l’architecture des bunkers. Deux coques de béton s’imbriquent l’une dans l’autre en se décalant par rapport à l’axe longitudinal. L’apparence générale est un édifice monolithique, qui évoque un rocher. Á l’intérieur, deux grands plans obliques paraissent exhumés pour constituer la nef et le chœur. En relation étroite avec la grotte des apparitions de Lourdes, l’église est construite comme une crypte suspendue dont la coupe adopte la forme d’un cœur. Par le choix de matériaux bruts et d’un éclairage zénithal, les architectes confèrent à l’ensemble une étonnante intimité. C’est par l’opposition entre le volume extérieur austère et fermé et l’espace intérieur accueillant et protecteur que les concepteurs expriment la nouvelle fonction d’une église conçue dans une période d’incertitude et de tensions.The Sainte-Bernadette du Banlay church at Nevers was built from 1964 to 1965 to the designs of the architects Claude Parent and Paul Virilio, working on their theme of the oblique function. It was the fruit of an architectural competition organised in 1963 by Monseigneur Vial and the Abbé Bourgoin, the parish priest. The church’s architecture is inspired by that of defensive bunkers. Two reinforced concrete shells are joined the one into the other but out of true on a longitudinal axis. The overall appearance of the church is that of a monolithic block, something like a rock. Inside, two large oblique planes seem to emerge to create the nave and the chancel. Closely related to the Lourdes grotto of the Virgin’s appearances, the church is designed as a suspended crypt

  13. Sociologie et sociolinguistique du franbreu

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    Ben-Rafael Eliezer

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available Des enquêtes ont montré que plus de 20 % des adultes israéliens ont quelque connaissance du français. Parmi cette population, 250 000 à 300 000 personnes pouvaient être considérées comme francophones. Le français a affirmé une présence importante – pas toujours reconnue – dès la phase cruciale du développement de cette société. Une immigration de masse suivit la création de l’État (1948 dont la population a quasiment triplé en moins de deux décennies, avec l’arrivée de plus de 200 000 immigrants d’Afrique du Nord et des dizaines de milliers des Balkans et du Moyen-Orient. Beaucoup parmi ces immigrants étaient francophones – le français étant pour eux soit la première langue soit une deuxième qu’ils contrôlaient. C’est depuis lors que la présence du français est devenue démographiquement significative dans la société israélienne, se prolongeant de nos jours dans l’immigration en provenance de France qui se poursuit jusqu’à aujourd’hui. Comme nous l’avons montré ailleurs (Ben-Rafael et Ben-Rafael 2013, Israël fait l’expérience simultanée de plusieurs francophonies originales qui diffèrent par leurs sources aussi bien que leurs expressions (Ben-Rafael et Ben-Rafael 2013. Un premier modèle est le « français vernaculaire » (voir Boudras-Chapon 2008 amené par les immigrants de classes défavorisées arrivant d’Afrique du nord qui se sont regroupés en Israël. Leur français n’a offert qu’une faible résistance à l’hébreu qui s’est imposée dans le processus d’intégration. Un bilinguisme fonctionnant sur un mode additif au début qui s’est mué progressivement en modèle soustractif. Un second modèle concerne les immigrants de même origine ainsi que des immigrants francophones d’autres pays (pays balkaniques, Turquie ou Egypte formant une strate instruite de classe moyenne, pour qui le français était d’utilisation quotidienne aussi bien que de langue de

  14. Rejets et environnement du CERN

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    2007-01-01

    La radioactivité de l’environnement autour de l’Organisation Européenne pour la Recherche Nucléaire (CERN) et les doses de rayonnements qui en résultent pour la population avoisinante sont contrôlées par la Commission de Sécurité du CERN et de manière indépendante par les autorités compétentes des deux États Hôtes, l’Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté Nucléaire (IRSN) côté France et l’Office Fédéral de la Santé Publique (OFSP) côté Suisse (voire Chapitre 8.6). Dans ce rapport, les résultats de mesures concernent en particulier le territoire suisse. L’ensemble des mesures effectuées en 2006 prouve que le fonctionnement des installations du CERN était sans conséquence radiologique sur l’environnement et la population. Le contrôle des émissions montre que les rejets effectifs se situent, également en 2006, nettement en dessous des limites réglementaires. Ce constat est confirmé par le contrôle des immissions dans l’environnement. Le CERN a bien respecté en 2...

  15. Bases en technique du vide

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    Rouviere, Nelly

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    Cette seconde édition, 20 ans après la première, devrait continuer à aider les techniciens pour la réalisation de leur système de vide. La technologie du vide est utilisée, à présent, dans de nombreux domaines très différents les uns des autres et avec des matériels très fiables. Or, elle est souvent bien peu étudiée, de plus, c'est une discipline où le savoir-faire prend tout son sens. Malheureusement la transmission par des ingénieurs et techniciens expérimentés ne se fait plus ou trop rapidement. La technologie du vide fait appel à la physique, à la chimie, à la mécanique, à la métallurgie, au dessin industriel, à l'électronique, à la thermique, etc. Cette discipline demande donc de maîtriser des techniques de domaines très divers, et ce n'est pas chose facile. Chaque installation est en soi un cas particulier avec ses besoins, sa façon de traiter les matériaux et celle d'utiliser les matériels. Les systèmes de vide sont parfois copiés d'un laboratoire à un autre et le...

  16. De Sumer à Seattle, le voyage du bout du monde

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    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available « Les affaires qui se nouent par-dessus les frontières qui séparent les peuples ne font pas que ces frontières n'existent pas » notait Émile Durkheim en 1895 (1895 : 113. Un peu plus d’un siècle plus tard, l’ouvrage de William J. Bernstein intitulé A Splendid Exchange et sous-titré de manière inspirée How Trade Shaped the World vient apporter une confirmation étayée au sociologue français. De Sumer où fut introduit le commerce du cuivre 3000 ans avant Jésus-Christ, à Seattle où se tint la tr...

  17. Le cas du Haut-Adige ou Tyrol du Sud

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    Licia Bagini Scantamburlo

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    Full Text Available La situation de cette région italienne est vraiment emblématique des rapports entre « les territoires et l’identité » à cause de la présence de différentes communautés linguistiques autochtones, dont les plus importantes sont les minorités germanophone et latine. S’il est vrai que cette situation existe également dans d’autres régions italiennes, il est incontestable que dans le Haut-Adige/Tyrol du Sud elle présente des caractéristiques très spécifiques et uniques pour l’Italie, car les italo...

  18. COMMUNICATION DU CREDIT AGRICOLE - French version only

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    La Direction du Crédit Agricole informe son aimable clientèle du CERN des jours et heures d'ouverture de l'agence du site de Prévessin à compter du mardi 14 janvier 2003 : 1. Horaires pour les opérations bancaires courantes 7 jours sur 7 et 24h/24 avec l'espace libre service bancaire. 2. Horaires conseil du mardi au vendredi - Mardi, de 9h. à 12h. et de 14h.15 à 16h.30. - Mercredi, jeudi et vendredi, de 9h. à 12h. et de 13h.30 à 16h.30. Deux collaboratrices au lieu d'une seront désormais présentes toute la journée du mardi au vendredi pour vous accueillir, vous informer et vous conseiller en crédits et placements (réception conseil sur rendez-vous). Autre nouveauté : les mêmes conseillers seront aussi à votre disposition le samedi, sur notre agence de Gex, de 8h.15 à 13h.05, notamment pour les études de financements habitat. La Direction et toute l'équipe de l'agence du Crédit Agricole vous souhaitent une excellent année 2003.

  19. Approche de prise en charge du trouble du spectre de l’autisme

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    Lee, Patrick F.; Thomas, Roger E.; Lee, Patricia A.

    2015-01-01

    Résumé Objectif Se pencher sur les critères diagnostiques du trouble du spectre de l’autisme (TSA) comme les définit le Manuel diagnostique et statistique des troubles mentaux, cinquième édition (DSM-V), et concevoir une approche de prise en charge du TSA à l’aide du cadre CanMEDS–Médecine familiale (CanMEDS-MF). Sources d’information Le DSM-V, publié par l’American Psychiatric Association en mai 2013, énonce de nouveaux critères diagnostiques du TSA. Le cadre CanMEDS-MF du Collège des médecins de famille du Canada fournit un plan d’orientation pour la prise en charge complexe du TSA. Nous avons utilisé des données recueillies par le Centers for Disease Control and Prevention afin de déterminer la prévalence du TSA, ainsi que la revue systématique et méta-analyse détaillée effectuée par le National Institute for Health and Care Excellence du R.-U. pour ses lignes directrices sur le TSA dans le but d’évaluer les données probantes issues de plus de 100 interventions. Message principal Selon les données du Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, la prévalence du TSA se chiffrait à 1 sur 88 en 2008 aux États-Unis. La classification du TSA dans la quatrième édition du DSM incluait l’autisme, le syndrome d’Asperger, le trouble envahissant du développement et le trouble désintégratif de l’enfance. La dernière révision du DSM-V réunit tous ces troubles sous la mention TSA, avec différents niveaux de sévérité. La prise en charge du TSA est complexe; elle exige les efforts d’une équipe multidisciplinaire ainsi que des soins continus. Les rôles CanMEDS-MF fournissent un cadre de prise en charge. Conclusion Les médecins de famille sont au cœur de l’équipe de soins multidisciplinaire pour le TSA, et le cadre CanMEDS-MF tient lieu de plan détaillé pour guider la prise en charge d’un enfant atteint de TSA et aider la famille de cet enfant.

  20. Environmental Protection Theme at Discourses of Corporative Social Responsibility

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    Alfredo Rodrigues Leite da Silva

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper views and discusses discourses on social responsibility in organizations and their use of the environmental theme. We suppose that strategies are used to disseminate some discourses concerning these matters. The ambiguities of themes within organizations point to a fragmented discourse (Fineman, 1996, revealing practices of openness and dissimulation. The theoretical discussion starts with the theme of social responsibility, confronting it with an environmental theme and discusses discourses with ambiguities of organizational practice stemming from two themes. At the end, a case study of Antena completes the discussion. Data was collected with documental research and semi-structured interviews. We made use of Discourse Analysis methodology (Fiorin, 1989. In conclusion, the concern with social responsibility and its environmental thematic lie within the organization. It is found in the discourse and actions at a high administration level including managers and a high number of technical workers. The silence about the limits of this responsibility is fulfilled by a technical workers group that reveals dissimulation when openness menaces some objectives.

  1. Positive and Negative Themes Found in Sport-Related Films.

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    Wakefield, Hannah M; Olympia, Robert P; King, Tonya S; Wakefield, Bryan H; Weber, Chris J

    2016-10-23

    Sport participation is an important part of the development of children and adolescents in the United States. The objective of this study was to determine positive and negative themes found in a selected number of sport-related films. A total of 44 sport-related films were independently viewed and analyzed by four reviewers. The most common sports depicted were baseball (27%) and football (25%). The most common positive themes were positive interactions with the coach, positive interactions with family and friends, and positive interactions with teammates (2.04, 1.42, 1.2 mean events per hour). The most common negative themes were taunting/fighting/poor sportsmanship, negative interactions with the coach, and drinking/smoking/drug use (2.13, 1.10, 0.94 mean events per hour). In conclusion, the coviewing of sport films among pediatric athletes and their coaches, athletic trainers, and/or parents in order to focus on "teachable moments" may encourage the acquisition and development of positive themes and the avoidance and de-emphasis of negative themes.

  2. Common Core Themes in Geomorphic, Ecological, and Social Systems

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    Wohl, Ellen; Gerlak, Andrea K.; Poff, N. LeRoy; Chin, Anne

    2014-01-01

    Core themes of geomorphology include: open systems and connectivity; feedbacks and complexity; spatial differentiation of dominant physical processes within a landscape; and legacy effects of historical human use of resources. Core themes of ecology include: open systems and connectivity; hierarchical, heterogeneous, dynamic, and context-dependent characteristics of ecological patterns and processes; nonlinearity, thresholds, hysteresis, and resilience within ecosystems; and human effects. Core themes of environmental governance include: architecture of institutions and decision-making; agency, or ability of actors to prescribe behavior of people in relation to the environment; adaptiveness of social groups to environmental change; accountability and legitimacy of systems of governance; allocation of and access to resources; and thresholds and feedback loops within environmental policy. Core themes common to these disciplines include connectivity, feedbacks, tipping points or thresholds, and resiliency. Emphasizing these points of disciplinary overlap can facilitate interdisciplinary understanding of complex systems, as well as more effective management of landscapes and ecosystems by highlighting drivers of change within systems. We use a previously published conceptual framework to examine how these core themes can be integrated into interdisciplinary research for human-landscape systems via the example of a river.

  3. ThemeDelta: Dynamic Segmentations over Temporal Topic Models.

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    Gad, Samah; Javed, Waqas; Ghani, Sohaib; Elmqvist, Niklas; Ewing, Tom; Hampton, Keith N; Ramakrishnan, Naren

    2015-05-01

    We present ThemeDelta, a visual analytics system for extracting and visualizing temporal trends, clustering, and reorganization in time-indexed textual datasets. ThemeDelta is supported by a dynamic temporal segmentation algorithm that integrates with topic modeling algorithms to identify change points where significant shifts in topics occur. This algorithm detects not only the clustering and associations of keywords in a time period, but also their convergence into topics (groups of keywords) that may later diverge into new groups. The visual representation of ThemeDelta uses sinuous, variable-width lines to show this evolution on a timeline, utilizing color for categories, and line width for keyword strength. We demonstrate how interaction with ThemeDelta helps capture the rise and fall of topics by analyzing archives of historical newspapers, of U.S. presidential campaign speeches, and of social messages collected through iNeighbors, a web-based social website. ThemeDelta is evaluated using a qualitative expert user study involving three researchers from rhetoric and history using the historical newspapers corpus.

  4. Nouvelles du Centre Aéré de l’Association du Personnel du CERN

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    Cet été 2015, durant quatre semaines d’été, le Centre Aéré a accueilli plus de 40 enfants âgés de 4 à 6 ans. Devant le succès rencontré, et à la demande des parents, il a été décidé d’en doubler la capacité maximale. A l'été 2016, du 4 au 29 juillet, la structure pourra accueillir les enfants de 4 ans révolus et de moins de 7 ans (nés après le 31/07/2009 mais avant  01/07/2012). Les inscriptions se feront à la semaine durant le mois d'Avril 2016. Les programmes sont en cours d'élaboration cependant nous pouvons déjà vous communiquer le thème conducteur du centre qui sera : à la découverte d'un continent différent chaque ...

  5. Call research: major themes and issues Call research: major themes and issues

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    Mike Levy

    2008-04-01

    Full Text Available Ao invés de apresentar uma perspectiva subjetiva sobre temas principais e questões de pesquisa em CALL, este artigo pretende oferecer um relatório em que, pelo menos em parte, os conceitos desenvolvidos são extraídos a partir de evidências empíricas. Espera-se que esse enfoque venha a oferecer uma descrição mais objetiva do trabalho contemporâneo de pesquisa em CALL. Para alcançar este objetivo, o presente trabalho está baseado em um corpus de 47 artigos de pesquisas em CALL, publicados em livros e periódicos de 1999. Com este fundamento, apresenta-se um modelo para a descrição e análise das pesquisas em CALL, assim como são representadas na literatura. Dois principais direcionamentos e outros três importantes, porém menos freqüentes, são descritos em detalhes, usando exemplos do corpus; e também consideram-se as implicações para pesquisas futuras. Uma ênfase particular será dada à identificação das metas dos pesquisadores de CALL e ao esclarecimento dos atributos singulares da pesquisa neste campo. Rather than provide a purely subjective perspective on major themes and issues in CALL research, this paper aims to provide an account where, at least in part, the views advanced are drawn from empirical evidence. It is hoped that this approach will provide a more objective description of contemporary CALL research work. To achieve this goal, the present paper is based upon a corpus of 47 CALL research articles published in books and journals in 1999. With this foundation it sets out a framework for the description and analysis of CALL research as it is represented in the literature. Two major directions and three important, though less frequent, directions are described in detail, using examples from the corpus, and the implications for research in the future are considered. Particular emphasis will be placed on identifying the goals of CALL researchers and on clarifying the unique attributes of research in this

  6. Sylvain Fagot, Le cirque. Entre culture du corps et culture du risque

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    Crochet-Giacometti, Nicolas

    2011-01-01

    Cet ouvrage écrit par Sylvain Fagot, chercheur en sociologie associé à l'université du Québec, et auteur d'une thèse soutenue en 2003 intitulée « Ethno-sociologie du cirque. Arts de la piste / Arts du corps / Arts du risque », s'intéresse à un monde peu connu : celui du cirque. L'objectif y est de montrer comment chaque forme du cirque, le cirque dit « classique » et le cirque dit « nouveau », ont des stratégies sociales et économiques différentes mais surtout un rapport au corps et au risque...

  7. Chapitre VI. Prudence du financement

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    Jambard, Pierre

    2015-01-01

    L’histoire financière de la société permet de comprendre bien des traits de son histoire. Comme toutes les entreprises du bâtiment et des travaux publics, la Société Auxiliaire s’est trouvée devant la nécessité de disposer d’importants capitaux circulants. Grâce à une gestion financière efficace, elle est, en général, parvenue à dégager de son activité les fonds nécessaires, bien que l’aisance de la trésorerie quotidienne n’ait été acquise qu’avec la reconversion. Les années 1927-1946 sont ce...

  8. DU COTÉ DE CHEZ SOI

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    2013-01-01

    Le voyage en Hollande, au XIXe siècle, s'inscrit dans une longue tradition où résonnent les notions de liberté, tolérance et commerce, mais il acquiert aussi une spécificité étant donné l’importance que prend la figure du « chez soi » : les Pays-Bas, terre d'agrément où le voyageur français se sent à l'aise et où il aimerait, si possible, vivre. Proust, de ce point de vue-là, ne fait rien de neuf quand il rêve dans la Recherche d'une « vie domestique » en terre batave. Les Pays-Bas, pour le v...

  9. L’abolition du vieillissement

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    2012-02-01

    Full Text Available I « L’humanité vieillit à un rythme inimaginable. (... »« L’humanité vieillit à un rythme inimaginable. Nous devons résoudre le problème de notre propre vieillissement pour résoudre celui du monde entier. » M. Schirrmacher, l’un des intellectuels médiatiques les plus connus de l’Allemagne, joue comme toujours de façon magistrale la partition de l’effroi. Il ne se contente nullement de s’arranger avec son propre vieillissement, mais il veut sauver le monde à travers « une révolution militante...

  10. Sulphite metabolism; Metabolisme du sulfite

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    Fromageot, P.; Chapeville, F. [Commissariat a l' Energie Atomique, Saclay (France).Centre d' Etudes Nucleaires

    1960-07-01

    Although the formation of sulphite by micro-organisms was observed as early as 1914 by Neuberg, it was only in 1932 that Nightingale showed it to be present inside cells, in the case of tomato leaf stalks, its formation being due to the reaction: SO{sub 3}H{sup -} + (S{sub 2}O{sub 3}){sub 2}{sup --} {yields} S{sub 2}O{sub 3}{sup --} + O{sub 3}S{sub 2}O{sub 3}{sup --}. The presence of the thiosulphate formed was shown by the high refractive index of its barium salt. Today we have a certain amount of data concerning the formation and use of sulphite in the living cell, even through the knowledge is still incomplete. In this article we will describe and discuss the facts which are known, with particular reference to the oxidation of sulphite. (author) [French] Si la formation de sulfite par des micro-organismes a ete observee des 1914 par Neuberg, sa presence a l'interieur des cellules a ete demontree pour la premiere fois par Nightingale en 1932, dans des tiges et des feuilles de tomates, par la reaction: SO{sub 3}H{sup -} + (S{sub 2}O{sub 3}){sub 2}{sup --} {yields} S{sub 2}O{sub 3}{sup --} + O{sub 3}S{sub 2}O{sub 3}{sup --}. Le thiosulfate forme etait mis en evidence par l'indice de refraction eleve de son sel de baryum. Aujourd'hui on possede un certain nombre de donnees, cependant encore tres incompletes, sur la formation du sulfite et son utilisation par la cellule vivante. Dans cet expose nous decrirons et discuterons quelques-unes de ces acquisitions, tout particulierement celles relatives a l'oxydation du sulfite. (auteur)

  11. Sulphite metabolism; Metabolisme du sulfite

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    Fromageot, P.; Chapeville, F. [Commissariat a l' Energie Atomique, Saclay (France).Centre d' Etudes Nucleaires

    1960-07-01

    Although the formation of sulphite by micro-organisms was observed as early as 1914 by Neuberg, it was only in 1932 that Nightingale showed it to be present inside cells, in the case of tomato leaf stalks, its formation being due to the reaction: SO{sub 3}H{sup -} + (S{sub 2}O{sub 3}){sub 2}{sup --} {yields} S{sub 2}O{sub 3}{sup --} + O{sub 3}S{sub 2}O{sub 3}{sup --}. The presence of the thiosulphate formed was shown by the high refractive index of its barium salt. Today we have a certain amount of data concerning the formation and use of sulphite in the living cell, even through the knowledge is still incomplete. In this article we will describe and discuss the facts which are known, with particular reference to the oxidation of sulphite. (author) [French] Si la formation de sulfite par des micro-organismes a ete observee des 1914 par Neuberg, sa presence a l'interieur des cellules a ete demontree pour la premiere fois par Nightingale en 1932, dans des tiges et des feuilles de tomates, par la reaction: SO{sub 3}H{sup -} + (S{sub 2}O{sub 3}){sub 2}{sup --} {yields} S{sub 2}O{sub 3}{sup --} + O{sub 3}S{sub 2}O{sub 3}{sup --}. Le thiosulfate forme etait mis en evidence par l'indice de refraction eleve de son sel de baryum. Aujourd'hui on possede un certain nombre de donnees, cependant encore tres incompletes, sur la formation du sulfite et son utilisation par la cellule vivante. Dans cet expose nous decrirons et discuterons quelques-unes de ces acquisitions, tout particulierement celles relatives a l'oxydation du sulfite. (auteur)

  12. Theme-rheme Analysis of English News Headlines

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    吴玉玲

    2013-01-01

    As a special type of writing, news report has attracted more and more attention in different countries. Many people have developed an interest in reading English news, which provides them with timely information about important happenings around the world. Under the frame work of Systemic-Functional Grammar, based on English news headlines, the theme-rheme structure of English headlines is systemically analyzed in this thesis. Some detailed researches are made to investigate the influence of the Theme-rheme Structure in English news headlines. Then the news headline as well as its contents could be understood and enjoyed while reading newspaper.

  13. Daphne du Maurier' unustatud jutud / Udo Uibo

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    Uibo, Udo, 1956-

    2011-01-01

    Ajalehe "The Independent" teatel kavatseb kirjastus "Virago" maikuus avaldada Daphne Du Maurier lühiproosa kogumiku "Nukk" (The Doll), mille on koostanud tema loomingu suur austaja Ann Willmore ja mis sisaldab 13 unustatud ja seni avaldamata novelli

  14. Flaubert et Du Camp : quelques remarques

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    Michel Brix

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available Les spécialistes de Flaubert ont fait de nombreux reproches à Maxime Du Camp et ne prêtent plus guère d’attention à ce qu’il a écrit. C’est une situation très regrettable, qui prive les lecteurs d’informations nombreuses, susceptibles d’éclairer les enjeux mais aussi les impasses et les contradictions du projet esthétique de Flaubert. Quelques cas significatifs sont évoqués dans le présent article, qui se penche plus particulièrement sur la ressemblance entre un passage du livre de Du Camp Le Nil (1854 et les lignes de L’Éducation sentimentale (1869 qui rapportent l’“apparition” de Mme Arnoux.

  15. Inauguration du C/R Forum (Belgique

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    Full Text Available Le 16 février dernier, la Vlaamse beroepsvereniging Conservatie en Restauratie Forum (C/R Forum a été constituée à l'initiative de 18 personnes du milieu de la conservation/restauration et du secteur de la protection du patrimoine. Etant donné que la conservation et la gestion du patrimoine culturel mobilier et immobilier de même que la formation et la recherche relèvent des communautés et des régions, la nécessité est apparue depuis un certain temps de créer une organisation Flamande au sei...

  16. Daphne du Maurier' unustatud jutud / Udo Uibo

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    2011-01-01

    Ajalehe "The Independent" teatel kavatseb kirjastus "Virago" maikuus avaldada Daphne Du Maurier lühiproosa kogumiku "Nukk" (The Doll), mille on koostanud tema loomingu suur austaja Ann Willmore ja mis sisaldab 13 unustatud ja seni avaldamata novelli

  17. DU-127090 Solvay/H Lundbeck.

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    Wolf, William

    2003-01-01

    DU-127090 is a mixed dopamine antagonist/serotonin agonist in development by Solvay and H Lundbeck as a potential treatment for psychosis and schizophrenia, for which it is in phase II clinical trials. In August 2002, phase II trials were ongoing and Lundbeck expected to commence phase III trials in 2003 and file an NDA after 2004. DU-127090 is also under development for Parkinson's disease, for which it is in phase I clinical trials.

  18. La fin du risque zéro : du homegrown jihadism au terrorisme du loup solitaire

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    Rémi Baudouï

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Le risque zéro représente un moment historique particulier dans la conceptualisation de la socio-politique du risque. Son application repose au début des années 1980 sur l’hypothèse de la possibilité de progresser dans le domaine de l’anticipation et de la gestion sécuritaire des crises potentielles au point de pouvoir prémunir les populations contre toute forme de menace. Il fut employé dans les domaines de la protection civile et de la sécurité militaire. Comme élément de gouvernance politique, il réfutait l’idée selon laquelle le risque existe en préalable comme catégorie d’acceptabilité collective de la menace.

  19. Aux frontières du politique et du religieux

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    Frédéric Sylvanise

    2006-05-01

    Full Text Available The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman met en scène de manière spectaculaire deux figures de leadership noir-américain au XIXe siècle (Ned et au XXe siècle (Jimmy. Ned, fils adoptif de Jane Pittman, se rebaptise Professor Douglass en hommage au leader abolitionniste Frederick Douglass. S’il est fondamentalement laïc (il est instituteur, le texte lui confère néanmoins une dimension religieuse, notamment dans le chapitre intitulé « The Sermon at the River » , qui renvoie à la fois à Moïse (le fleuve et à Jésus (le sermon sur la montagne. Abattu par un tueur à gages, Ned est un martyr dont l’histoire était déjà écrite. Le personnage de Jimmy, attendu par toute une communauté comme le messie (alors que lui aussi est un laïc et un homme qui perd la foi, s’inscrit dans la même histoire. Lettré, éloquent et impliqué dans le mouvement pour les droits civils, il est assassiné comme son prédécesseur. Dans les deux cas, le texte lie donc le politique et le biblique comme s’il ne faisait qu’un : être un leader politique, c’est être un preacher et un messie qui guide le peuple. Il est possible de lire l’évocation de ces deux hommes à la lumière d’une certaine actualité. Ned et Jimmy connaissent en effet un sort proche de celui de Malcolm X et de Martin Luther King, récemment assassinés au moment de l’écriture de The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman. C’est l’histoire de la répression du leadership noir, au travers du portrait de deux de ses avatars, qui peut donc se lire en creux ici.

  20. le LHC, le plus puissant collisionneur de protons du monde

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    2006-01-01

    LHC, the most powerful proton-proton collider in the world is currently being built in the CERN tunnel in Geneva. A few weeks from the final installation of two of the great detectors of the future LHC, review on the stakes of this project and on the role of CEA and CNRS in this new installation of CERN (1 page)

  1. Picking up the Pieces: Themes in Macedonian Midcareer Transitions

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    Sudnik, Paul

    2012-01-01

    Addressing midcareer transition in post-socialist Macedonia, this work sought to provide practical help to participants through a range of techniques. Four themes are identified as important options for transitioners. Enthusiasm for "entrepreneurship" is tempered by a lack of funds and "portfolio careers" are also viewed with…

  2. Teaching Biology around Themes: Teach Proteins and DNA Together.

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    Offner, Susan

    1992-01-01

    Proposes as a unifying theme for high school biology the question of "how chromosomes determine what we are." Describes a sequence of lessons in which students learn about proteins, enzymes, and amino acids. Includes three dry laboratory exercises to demonstrate the DNA sequences for sickle cell anemia and cystic fibrosis. (MDH)

  3. Rendezvous with the World: Missouri Southern State University's Themed Semesters

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    Stebbins, Chad

    2011-01-01

    Although most universities emphasize study abroad as the primary vehicle to internationalize the campus, in reality only a small percentage of students actually participate in this endeavor. The internationally themed semesters at Missouri Southern State University (MSSU) reach virtually every student, and provide a global perspective and cultural…

  4. The Great Pyramid Builders: An Integrated Theme on Ancient Egypt

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    Stone, Brian

    2008-01-01

    This article describes a themed classroom project designed to teach about the culture and civilization of ancient Egypt. In preparing the project, it is noted that teachers should remember that different learning styles, including activities that provide meaningful experiences, are appropriate in accommodating the various ways children learn.…

  5. Museums as Theme Parks - A Possible Marketing Approach?

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    Alexandra ZBUCHEA

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Museums compete increasingly more with very diverse entertainment providers, such as theme parks, despite the fact that their offer is mainly cultural. Museums have had to be more active and they have had to diversify their offer, in order to be more popular, therefore to better achieve their complex cultural missions. They should be more “market oriented” and aim to develop their programs according with their visitors’ needs and desires, as well as with the evolutions in the contemporary society.  One answer to this challenge would be the controversial theme parkisation of museums. The paper discusses in what extent the market approach of theme parks could be a viable marketing strategy for museums. It underlines several differences and similarities between the marketing approaches of museums and theme parks, in order to better understand how a museum could preserve its cultural functions, while obtaining economic success. Only the latter would allow it to better develop its cultural activity and thus to better serve its visitors and the community.

  6. Themes and Interplay of Beliefs in Mathematical Reasoning

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    Sumpter, Lovisa

    2013-01-01

    Upper secondary students' task solving reasoning was analysed with a focus on arguments for strategy choices and conclusions. Passages in their arguments for reasoning that indicated the students' beliefs were identified and, by using a thematic analysis, categorized. The results stress three themes of beliefs used as arguments for…

  7. Themes for Teaching the Geography of the Soviet Union.

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    Hausladen, Gary

    1991-01-01

    Provides a framework for introducing students to the geography of the Soviet Union. Identifies basic themes for a geographical approach, including (1) advantages and disadvantages of size and location; (2) spatial impact of political economy; (3) paradox of economic development; (4) challenges of governing a multinational state; (5) integration…

  8. Applying Common Latino Magazine Cover Line Themes to Health Communications

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    Delaney, Colleen L.; Barrios, Pamela; Lozada, Carolina; Soto-Balbuena, Kenlly; Martin-Biggers, Jennifer; Byrd-Bredbenner, Carol

    2016-01-01

    This study aimed to describe strategies used in magazine cover lines to capture the attention of Latino consumers. A content analysis of cover lines (n = 581) from six top-selling Latino women's and parenting magazines (n = 217 issues) sold in the United States identified 12 common themes: great/inspiring, beauty/health, bad/negative,…

  9. Language Teacher Associations: Key Themes and Future Directions

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    Paran, Amos

    2016-01-01

    This article presents the themes that emerge from this Special Issue on language teacher associations (LTAs). I discuss various conceptualizations of LTAs, as well as the different theoretical frameworks which the contributors to the Special Issue use in their analyses. I then focus on some of the ways in which LTAs achieve their mission of…

  10. Themes of Charlotte Zolotow's Books and Her Adult Development.

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    Chapman, Karen Lenz

    A study of Charlotte Zolotow's life and the themes of her children's books provides an illustration of the usefulness and problems in the application of theories of adult development, especially as they apply to women. This report of the study contains (1) discussions of Erik Erikson's and Daniel Levinson's theories of adult development; (2) a…

  11. When Parties become Racialized: Deconstructing Racially Themed Parties

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    Garcia, Gina A.; Johnston, Marc P.; Garibay, Juan C.; Herrera, Felisha A.; Giraldo, Luis G.

    2011-01-01

    Racially themed parties are all-too-common occurrences on college campuses. Using critical race theory as a lens, this article provides a contemporary overview of these events and deconstructs these incidents as examples of overt forms of racism often emanating from subtle, everyday occurrences of covert racism or racial microaggressions.…

  12. Heuristical Strategies on the Study Theme "The Unsaturated Hydrocarbons -- Alkenes"

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    Naumescu, Adrienne Kozan; Pasca, Roxana-Diana

    2011-01-01

    The influence of heuristical strategies upon the level of two experimental classes is studied in this paper. The didactic experiment took place at secondary school in Cluj-Napoca, in 2008-2009 school year. The study theme "The Unsaturated Hydrocarbons--Alkenes" has been efficiently learned by using the most active methods: laboratory…

  13. Celebrating Love in All Shades: YA Books with LGBTQ Themes

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    Letcher, Mark, Ed.

    2009-01-01

    In this article, the author highlights outstanding literature written for young adults that contains LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning) themes, or contains LGBTQ characters. One of the most critically hailed books with LGBTQ characters from 2007 was Perry Moore's debut novel, "Hero" (Hyperion). This book won the Lambda…

  14. The Alienated Theme in The End of the Road

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    王丽娜

    2016-01-01

    John Barth is one of the America’s pre-eminent writers of modern fiction. His second novel, The End of the Road shows the potential harm of free choice, probing into dilemma and frustration of human existence.The alienated theme is embodied with a state of universal comprehension, universal weariness, universal futility.

  15. Rethinking Themes for Teaching the Era of the Cold War.

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    Rosenberg, Norman L.; Rosenberg, Emily S.

    1994-01-01

    Maintains that the "tried and true" strategies for teaching about the early Cold War years highlight the U.S. response to Soviet expansionism. Identifies four other focus themes: (1) debates over mass culture and youth culture; (2) gender and sexuality; (3) the civil rights era; and (4) rethinking the cold war itself. (CFR)

  16. Using Sustainability Themes and Multidisciplinary Approaches to Enhance STEM Education

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    Rogers, Michael; Pfaff, Thomas; Hamilton, Jason; Erkan, Ali

    2015-01-01

    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to report on the Multidisciplinary Sustainability Education Project (MSEP) as a framework using sustainability-themed education modules to introduce students to the need for multidisciplinary approaches to solving twenty-first-century problems while retaining traditional course strengths and content.…

  17. "Community" as a Guiding Theme for the Public Speaking Course

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    Swenson-Lepper, Tammy

    2012-01-01

    First-year students at many universities find themselves in new communities, with little understanding of how their new university, city, academic, or career communities function. Developing a student's sense of community can have long-term benefits. Using the theme of "Community" in the basic public speaking course provides students with…

  18. Theme and Thematic Progression in English Writing Teaching

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    Jing, Wei

    2015-01-01

    Theme and thematic progression (T/TP) is a major aspect of the way that speakers construct their messages in a way which makes them fit smoothly into the unfolding language event. While studies have illustrated the usefulness of observing T/TP to identify English learners' writing difficulties and suggested that T/TP should be included in English…

  19. Enhancing Job Satisfaction Perspectives: Combining Holland Themes and Basic Interests

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    Rottinghaus, Patrick J.; Hees, Charles K.; Conrath, Julia A.

    2009-01-01

    Investigations addressing the match between vocational interests and satisfaction have emphasized higher-order dimensions (e.g., Holland themes) and specific occupational scales. Although support exists at these levels of analysis for the hypothesis that congruence between interests and work environments yields satisfaction, limitations of these…

  20. Using Herman Melville's "Moby-Dick" to Explore Geographic Themes

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    Gesler, Wil

    2004-01-01

    The classic American novel, Herman Melville's "Moby-Dick", can be used in geography and English classes at the high school and college levels to explore five themes that have a geographic component or are of interest to geography students: (1) the journey, (2) human/environment interactions, (3) social relationships in space, (4) acquiring…

  1. Language Teacher Associations: Key Themes and Future Directions

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    Paran, Amos

    2016-01-01

    This article presents the themes that emerge from this Special Issue on language teacher associations (LTAs). I discuss various conceptualizations of LTAs, as well as the different theoretical frameworks which the contributors to the Special Issue use in their analyses. I then focus on some of the ways in which LTAs achieve their mission of…

  2. The Theme of Daedalus and Icarus in European Literature

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    Maja Tasevski-Paj

    2008-07-01

    Full Text Available The article deals with the recurrence of the theme of Daedalus and Icarus within European and Slovene literature. It is possible to discern common characteristics in this theme in literary works belonging to various historical periods. Thus in Antiquity authors generally emphasised the relationship between father and son in the mythological tale of Daedalus and Icarus; in the Middle Ages, the character of Icarus was mainly seen in a moralizing light, as an allegory of human vanity and conceit, while the Renaissance bestowed upon Icarus the role of a hero in love songs. In the period between Baudelaire and Joyce, both Icarus and Daedalus were primarily associated with the idea of the modern artist, who contemplates questions of life with great intensity, while the period after 1945 brought about new contextualizations of the mythological tale. Just as in the original mythological tale, subsequent literary portrayals of Daedalus and Icarus generally portray the two characters independently from one another. The difference between them manifests itself primarily through the contrast between youth and old age, and the contrast between the creative nature of poetry, on the one hand, which brings emotions to the fore, and science, on the other hand, which is based on reason. From this perspective, then, the character of Icarus is endowed with enthusiasm, ambition, courage, impetuosity, irrationality and sometimes even madness. He represents an extraordinary individual, who strives for an exalted ideal, which in turn becomes the very reason for his physical demise. He has an ambivalent nature: one can perceive him either as an arrogant figure or a hero. In contrast to Icarus, his father Daedalus is a skilled craftsman and artisan. He represents prudence, balance and reason, while striving for freedom of creation. In Slovene literature, a portrayal of the theme of Daedalus can be found in the poem of Janez Mihelič from the period of Enlightenment

  3. Sauvegarde et valorisation du fonds d’archives familiales de Jean-Joseph Rabearivelo à Madagascar

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    2014-04-01

    Full Text Available Figure essentielle et encore mal connue de la littérature malgache et internationale, Jean-Joseph Rabearivelo (1903‑1937 fut à la fois poète, journaliste et critique, dramaturge et romancier, historien de sa tradition, collecteur et traducteur de textes anciens comme de textes modernes. L’aventure qui débuta fin 2008 pour aboutir à la publication de ses œuvres complètes (AUF/ITEM, CNRS Éditions, Coll. Planète libre, Paris, 2 tomes, 2010 et 2012 consistait à sauvegarder l’important fonds d’archives familiales (plus de 800 manuscrits, tapuscrits, textes édités ou documents de travail confié par les ayant droits à l’Institut Français de Madagascar (Antananarivo, par un travail de tri, de numérisation et de mise en conditionnement neutre, in situ, et à le valoriser par l’édition des textes, pour une grande part inédits, dans une approche scientifique à caractère génétique. Expérience novatrice, structurée par une méthodologie devant constamment s’adapter aux exigences géographique, scientifique et éditoriale, elle est également à considérer comme un cas d’école, pour une meilleure approche des fonds d’archives littéraires, aujourd’hui en péril dans bon nombre de pays du Sud.

  4. Original Paper Performances comparées du HDL-cholestérol et du ...

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    CT/HDL-C) et du HDL-Cholestérol est le meilleur prédicteur du SMet chez les adultes béninois. L'étude de ..... d'hypertension artérielle avaient observé qu'une ... facteurs tels que l'alimentation et l'activité physique sur les lipides sanguins.

  5. Engagez-vous, devenez délégué(e) du personnel du CERN

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    Dans notre ECHO N° 275, nous avons annoncé les élections à venir au Conseil du personnel du CERN. Dans le présent ECHO, nous vous informons du lancement du processus des élections qui débute par le dépôt des candidatures. Tous les titulaires, boursiers et associés, qui sont aussi membres de l’Association du personnel, peuvent s’engager et déposer leur candidature entre le 11 septembre à 08 h 00 et le 13 octobre 2017 à 17 h 00. N’hésitez plus, remplissez le formulaire de candidature, présentez-vous aux élections au Conseil du personnel afin de pouvoir représenter et défendre vos collègues du personnel du CERN. ÊTRE DÉLÉGUÉ(E), C’EST QUOI ? Poser la question à plusieurs d...

  6. Biokinetics and dosimetry of depleted uranium (DU) in rats implanted with DU fragments.

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    Guilmette, Ray A.; Hahn, Fletcher F.; Durbin, P. W.

    2004-01-01

    A number of U. S. veterans of the Persian Gulf War were wounded with depleted uranium (DU) metal fragments as a result of 'friendly fire' incidents, in which Abrams tanks and Bradley fighting vehicles were struck by DU anti-armor munitions. Some of the crew members who survived were left with multiple small fragments of DU in their muscles and soft tissues. The number, size and location of the fragments made them inoperable in general, and therefore subject to long-term retention. Because there was inadequate data to predict the potential carcinogenicity of DU fragments in soft tissues, Hahn et al. (2003) conducted a lifespan cancer study in rats. As part of that study, a number of rats were maintained to study the biokinetics and dosimetry of DU implanted intramuscularly in male Wistar rats. Typically, four metal fragments, either as cylindrical pellets or square wafers were implanted into the biceps femoris muscles of the rats. Urine samples were collected periodically during their lifespans, and DU was analyzed in kidneys and eviscerated carcass (minus the implant sites) at death. The daily DU urinary excretion rate increased steeply during the first 30 d after implantation peaking at about 90 d at 3-10 x 10{sup -3}%/d. During the first 150 d, the average excretion rate was 2.4 x 10{sup -3}%/d, decreasing thereafter to about 1 x 10{sup -3}%/d. Serial radiographs were made of the wound sites to monitor gross morphologic changes in the DU implant and the surrounding tissue. As early as 1 w after implantation, radiographs showed the presence of surface corrosion and small, dense bodies near the original implant, presumably DU. This corrosion from the surface of the implant continued with time, but did not result in an increasing amount of DU reaching the blood and urine after the first 3 mo. During this 3-mo period, connective tissue capsules formed around the implants, and are hypothesized to have reduced the access of DU to tissue fluids by limiting the

  7. Comportement du carbone aux joints de grains du molybdène

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    1994-01-01

    Pas de résumé en anglais; La mise en évidence et l'interprétation du rôle bénéfique du carbone et du rôle néfaste de l'oxygène sur la cohésion intergranulaire du molybdène en l'absence de précipitation visible au MEB constituaient le but de cette étude. Une méthode efficace de purification du molybdène a été mise au point. Les mesures de la concentration intergranulaire de carbone en fonction de la température de carburation et de la teneur volumique ont été effectuées à l'aide d'un spectromè...

  8. DU COTÉ DE CHEZ SOI

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    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Le voyage en Hollande, au XIXe siècle, s'inscrit dans une longue tradition où résonnent les notions de liberté, tolérance et commerce, mais il acquiert aussi une spécificité étant donné l’importance que prend la figure du « chez soi » : les Pays-Bas, terre d'agrément où le voyageur français se sent à l'aise et où il aimerait, si possible, vivre. Proust, de ce point de vue-là, ne fait rien de neuf quand il rêve dans la Recherche d'une « vie domestique » en terre batave. Les Pays-Bas, pour le voyageur français au XIXe, c'est le home sweet home.

  9. From themes to hypotheses: following up with quantitative methods.

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    Morgan, David L

    2015-06-01

    One important category of mixed-methods research designs consists of quantitative studies that follow up on qualitative research. In this case, the themes that serve as the results from the qualitative methods generate hypotheses for testing through the quantitative methods. That process requires operationalization to translate the concepts from the qualitative themes into quantitative variables. This article illustrates these procedures with examples that range from simple operationalization to the evaluation of complex models. It concludes with an argument for not only following up qualitative work with quantitative studies but also the reverse, and doing so by going beyond integrating methods within single projects to include broader mutual attention from qualitative and quantitative researchers who work in the same field. © The Author(s) 2015.

  10. Some Themes in the Discussion of the Quality of Life

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    Røpke, Inge

    1999-01-01

    Abstract This paper is motivated by the need to discuss the quality of life as a part of the background for devising environmental strategies. When environmental strategies are devised, it is often more or less tacitly assumed that we should try to avoid measures that imply a decrease in the level...... background considerations are outlined regarding the reasons for considering growing consumption as a problem, the need to form political strategies, and the problems related to the establishment of points of reference for the necessary political discussion. The second main section of the paper deals...... character of needs. Finally, the collective dimension is included as a part of the conceptualization of a good life. In the third main section, the themes are summarized as a critical perspective on the traditional idea of consumption and welfare, and suggestions are made about how the themes can inspire...

  11. Interpretive Themes in Quantum Physics: Curriculum Development and Outcomes

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    Baily, Charles

    2011-01-01

    A common learning goal for modern physics instructors is for students to recognize a difference between the experimental uncertainty of classical physics and the fundamental uncertainty of quantum mechanics. Our prior work has shown that student perspectives on the physical interpretation of quantum mechanics can be characterized, and are differentially influenced by the myriad ways instructors approach interpretive themes in their introductory courses. We report how a transformed modern physics curriculum (recently implemented at the University of Colorado) has positively impacted student perspectives on quantum physics, by making questions of classical and quantum reality a central theme of the course, but also by making the beliefs of students (and not just those of scientists) an explicit topic of discussion.

  12. Stacking from Tags: Clustering Bookmarks around a Theme

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    Zubiaga, Arkaitz; García-Plaza, Alberto Pérez; Fresno, Víctor; Martínez, Raquel

    2013-01-01

    Since very recently, users on the social bookmarking service Delicious can stack web pages in addition to tagging them. Stacking enables users to group web pages around specific themes with the aim of recommending to others. However, users still stack a small subset of what they tag, and thus many web pages remain unstacked. This paper presents early research towards automatically clustering web pages from tags to find stacks and extend recommendations.

  13. An Analysis Of Theme In Stephen King's Novel The Shining

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    2015-01-01

    Sastra adalah sebuah karangan fiksi dalam bentuk tulisan, dalam tulisan itu menggambarkan masalah yang dialami oleh manusia. Novel adalah salah satu karya sastra yang memiliki unsur intrinsik (unsur dalaman). Mempelajari unsur intrinsik dalam sebuah novel sama dengan mempelajari pengalaman hidup dari sekelompok manusia melalui novel. Penulis menganalisi unsur tema dalam novel berjudul The shining oleh Stephen King 's. Oleh karena itu, Tugas Akhir ini Berjudul: AN ANALYSIS OF THEME IN S...

  14. Museums as Theme Parks - A Possible Marketing Approach?

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    Alexandra ZBUCHEA

    2015-01-01

    Museums compete increasingly more with very diverse entertainment providers, such as theme parks, despite the fact that their offer is mainly cultural. Museums have had to be more active and they have had to diversify their offer, in order to be more popular, therefore to better achieve their complex cultural missions. They should be more “market oriented” and aim to develop their programs according with their visitors’ needs and desires, as well as with the evolutions in the contemporary soc...

  15. Interpreting hegemonic themes in the electronic forró

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    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available Current investigation analyzes hegemonic themes in the music of electronic forró (Brazilian dance. The critical theory of Theodor W. Adorno and Cultural Studies revealed: a the main thematic patterns and clichés of the genre; b the meanings of these thematic patterns; c and some hypothetical implications for the consumer. The above implies certain relations of domination reinforced in and by the consumption of the electronic forró.

  16. Educational Assessment Is an Enduring Theme of Numeracy

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    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available The Assessment Theme Collection in this issue brings the count of papers on QL assessment to 22 out of the 136 papers (16.2% in the journal’s first 15 issues. After the first ten issues (our first five years, the counts were 13 and 85 respectively (15.1%. A table in this editorial updates the list of our papers on the subject.

  17. An Analysis on the Theme of The Dead

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    谢盈盈

    2010-01-01

    By analyzing the plot and the characters,this essay is to draw the themes of in this story-mortality and spiritual paralysis.Everything in the world as people's life is perceived to be marching inexorably into death,and the dead assume great power over the living;people are spiritually paralyzed by self-consciousness and conservative thoughts,and their inability to grow mentally makes them fossilized,dead like those sleep in the coffin.

  18. Schroedinger`s statistical physics and some related themes

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    Darrigol, O. [Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), 75 - Paris (France)

    1992-12-31

    This article is divided in two sections. One is about the origins and contents of Schroedinger`s works in statistical physics: kinetic theory and statistical thermodynamics (diamagnetism, melting, specific heats, quantum degeneracy, detailed balancing and quantized waves, entropy definitions, quantized matter waves. The other is about general themes elaborated in this context and brought to bear on quantum theory: holism, acausality, and the Bild-conception of physical theory. 108 refs.

  19. Cirque du Monde as a health intervention

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    Fournier, Cynthia; Drouin, Mélodie-Anne; Marcoux, Jérémie; Garel, Patricia; Bochud, Emmanuel; Théberge, Julie; Aubertin, Patrice; Favreau, Gil; Fleet, Richard

    2014-01-01

    Abstract Objective To present Cirque du Soleil’s social circus program, Cirque du Monde, to explore its potential as a primary health care tool for family physicians. Data sources A review of the literature in PubMed, the Cochrane Library, PsycINFO, LaPresse, Eureka, Google Scholar, and Érudit using the key words circus, social circus, Cirque du Monde, and Cirque du Soleil; a Montreal-based initiative, Espace Transition, modeled on Cirque du Monde; and personal communication with Cirque du Soleil’s Social Circus Training Advisor. Study selection The first 50 articles or websites identified for each key word in each of the databases were examined on the basis of their titles and abstracts in the case of articles, and on the basis of their titles and page content in the case of websites. Articles and websites that explored an aspect of social circuses or that described an intervention that involved circuses were then retained for analysis. Because all literature on social circuses was searched, no criterion for year of publication was used. Synthesis No articles on the social circus as a health intervention were found. One study on the use of the circus as an intervention in schools was identified. It demonstrated an increase in self-esteem in the children who took part. One study on the use of the circus in a First Nations community was found; it contained nonspecific, qualitative findings. The other articles identified were merely descriptions of social circuses. One website was identified on the use of the social circus to help youth who had been treated in a hospital setting for major psychiatric disorders to re-enter the community. The team in the pediatric psychiatry department at Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Sainte-Justine, the children’s hospital in Montreal, Que, was contacted; they were leading this project, called Espace Transition. The unpublished preliminary findings of its pilot project demonstrate substantial improvements in overall patient

  20. Modernistic Themes in Tess of D’Urbervilles

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    管艳郡

    2013-01-01

    Thomas Hardy’s works are considered to have“contained new wine in an old bottle”by critics and reviewers. The“old bottle”refers to his authorial omniscient narrative and his form inheriting from the tradition, which is often criticized, especially by those modernists, while“new wine”designates his other sides apart from his old-fashioned writing style, the modernistic themes in his writing. Tess, is a novel that records the transition from conventional to modern. By reading the text and analyzing Tess of the D’Urbervilles under the social context three main modernistic themes can be probed out: Firstly, the spiritual isolation and loneli⁃ness in the novel are apparent, and the lack in mutual understanding and sympathy between each other is universal. Besides, the ti⁃tle heroine, she was impossible to fulfill her dreams with various hostile powers set against her, coercing into predicaments one af⁃ter another, tougher and tougher. Furthermore, another theme popular with later modernists, the alienation, is also embodied in the novel.

  1. A social paradigm in psychiatry - themes and perspectives.

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    Priebe, S

    2016-12-01

    Psychiatry as science is underpinned by paradigms. Considering whether a social paradigm may help to advance the current state of psychiatry, the review provides a reference to the rich, but fragmented past of related initiatives in the history of psychiatry and a personal view of themes, challenges and perspectives of using a social paradigm in psychiatry. Major themes are the evidence on social determinants of mental health; the value-based importance of integrating people with mental disorders in society; options to overcome the social isolation and improve the networks of psychiatric patients; utilising a systemic approach for interventions in families and communities; and understanding group and one-to-one treatments in psychiatry primarily as social interactions. Whilst all these themes open up perspectives for future action and/or research, there are also conceptual challenges through the limitations of the current construct of mental disorders and the dominating terminology. Initiatives for using a social paradigm in psychiatry may refer to important achievements in the past, but need to go beyond this and consider on-going societal changes. Innovation may benefit from close collaboration with social sciences and humanities.

  2. Établissements recevant du public

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    Synthèse pour les installations électriques, des règles de sécurité contre les risques d’incendie et de panique dans les établissements recevant du public (ERP), selon l’arrêté du 25 juin 1980 modifié. L'ouvrage traite à la fois des dispositions communes aux établissements du 1er groupe (1ère à 4ème catégorie), du 2ème groupe (5ème catégorie) et des règles particulières applicables aux différents types d'établissements (structures d'accueil pour personnes âgées ou handicapées, hôtels, magasins de vente, restaurants et débit de boisson, établissements de soins, administration, châpiteaux, etc...) Sont ainsi notamment traités, dans le cadre des dispositions communes aux établissements du 1er groupe, pour les installations électriques normales : les installations des appareils, tableaux et canalisations, les locaux électriques et installation de machines, l'éclairage normal des locaux accessibles au public, le chauffage et la ventilation, l'installation d'eau chaude sanita...

  3. L’internationalisation du roman arabe

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    Dr Dalia Khraibani

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available La littérature arabe est presque invisible dans l’espace littéraire mondiale pour des raisons diverses. Pourtant, des écrivains réussissent à s’imposer sur la scène littéraire internationale et leurs œuvres deviennent des chefs d’œuvre de la littérature mondiale. Parmi ces écrivains, nous citons Tayeb Saleh qui connaît un succès international surtout avec la parution de son second roman "Saison de migration vers le Nord". Notre étude vise à montrer comment ce roman par son contenu et sa forme, occupe une place de choix dans la littérature mondiale. En effet, nous allons examiner le contexte historique de l’émergence du roman qui joue un rôle dans sa diffusion au niveau mondial. L’une des clés de réussite du roman est la technique narrative qui retient l’haleine du lecteur dès la première page. De plus, le roman répond à l’horizon d’attente du lectorat occidental en représentant des images particulières de la société arabo-africaine qui correspondent aux stéréotypes et clichés du public occidental vis-à-vis des Arabes.

  4. Influence du pH, d'acides aminés et de diverses substances organiques sur la fongitoxicité du pyriméthanil, du glufosinate, du captafol, du cymoxanil et du fenpiclonil vis-à-vis de certaines souches de Botrytis cinerea

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    L’effet du pyriméthanil, du fenpiclonil, du captafol, du glufosinate et du cymoxanil sur l’élongation des filaments germinatifs des spores de Botrytis cinerea est étudié dans diverses conditions culturales du champignon. Si le fenpiclonil présente un niveau d’activité stable entre pH 3,6 et 7,3, en revanche les autres pesticides voient leur toxicité chuter dans des milieux acides (ex pyriméthanil) ou neutres à faiblement basiques (ex captafol, cymoxanil, glufosinate). L’adjonction d’extrait d...

  5. De Gainsborough à Turner : l'âge d'or du paysage et du portrait anglais dans les collections du musée du Louvre

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    2015-01-01

    L’exposition De Gainsborough à Turner : l'âge d'or du paysage et du portrait anglais dans les collections du musée du Louvre co-organisée par le Musée du Louvre, le Musée d’Art et d’Archéologie de Valence et le Musée des Beaux-arts de Quimper présentait une sélection de 35 peintures de la collection du Louvre, complétée par 38 dessins du département des Arts Graphiques. Les commissaires de l'exposition étaient : Guillaume Faroult, conservateur en charge des peintures françaises du 18ème siècl...

  6. Analyse énonciative du point du vue, narration et analyse de discours

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    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available Cet article montre que l’analyse énonciative du point de vue (PDV, en rupture avec la typologie des focalisations de Genette, peut renouveler partiellement la narratologie, à la condition de substituter à l’approche immanentiste du récit une analyse interactionnelle de la narration. L’article présente d’abord l’approche énonciative du PDV, en appui des théories de Ducrot, et, sur cette base, propose diverses modalités de PDV (représenté, raconté, asserté qui donnent corps au point de vue des personnages ou du narrateur en modifiant sensiblement les analyses de Genette. Dans une deuxième partie, l’article envisage le rôle des PDV dans la narration, notamment dans la réévaluation des dimensions cognitive et pragmatique de la mimésis, puis dans les mécanismes inférentiels-interprétatifs, proches du système de sympathie de Jouve, enfin, dans la revalorisation du rôle du narrateur •puisque ce dernier se construit dans le même temps qu’il construit ses personnages.

  7. Science et technologie du collage

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    Cognard, Jacques

    2003-01-01

    L'Homme a su coller avant de savoir écrire et compter. Le collage est en effet l'une des premières techniques d'assemblage d'une structure que l'homme ait utilisée, technique qui n'est devenue science qu'au début du 20e siècle avec la fabrication des premières colles synthétiques. Cette science de l'adhésion a considérablement progressé ces dix dernières années et ce livre présente l'état actuel des connaissances en décrivant les progrès considérables réalisés dans la compréhension des phénomènes fondamentaux qui font qu'un collage tient bien et durablement. Après l'exposé des bases scientifiques nécessaires et des modèles théoriques récents, l'auteur introduit la distinction entre collages faibles et collages forts puis expose les difficultés rencontrées dans les cas pratiques, difficultés souvent dues à la complexité de la chimie des surfaces et des réactions surface-polymère. L'ouvrage se termine par la présentation de quelques applications récentes, en particulier dans...

  8. Les métamorphoses du pouvoir

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    2004-01-01

    On sait que la sorcellerie en Afrique peut s'exercer du faible au fort ou l'inverse. Les situations qui sont ici analysées sont celles où les rois ou les chefs sont expressément désignés comme sorciers, soit qu'ils le deviennent du fait même de leur investiture, soit qu'il leur ait fallu le devenir pour accéder au pouvoir et le conserver face à des rivaux usant des mêmes moyens. Quoi qu'il en soit, un roi-sorcier offre une figure paradoxale du pouvoir, et cela doublement : garant de l'...

  9. Au fond de la logique du lieu.

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    2009-03-01

    Full Text Available L’école de Kyôto ( Kyôto gakuha est cette mouvance philosophique, née dans l’entre-deux-guerres, dont le Nihonshi jiten ( Dictionnaire historique du Japon des éditions Iwanami donne la présentation suivante : 1 École centrée sur la Faculté de philosophie de l’Université de Kyôto dans les années Taishô et Shôwa. Elle débuta autour de Nishida Kitarô et de Tanabe Hajime, mais on la connaît plutôt du fait que peu après le début de la guerre du Pacifique, en 1942, ...

  10. Oncoplastie avec conservation mammaire dans le traitement du cancer du sein: à propos de 16 cas

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    Le cancer du sein est actuellement le cancer le plus fréquent chez la femme, et pose un véritable problème diagnostique et thérapeutique. Le dépistage des lésions à un stade de plus en plus précoce, a permis une extension des indications du traitement conservateur radiochirurgical, qui était initialement limitées aux tumeurs de moins de 3 cm, unifocales, non inflammatoires. Par ailleurs, l'utilisation de traitements préopératoires permet d’étendre les indications du traitement conservateur à ...

  11. Le Flaubert de Charles Du Bos

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    Jacques Neefs

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available Charles Du Bos a porté une attention constante à l’œuvre de Flaubert (à l’exclusion de Bouvard et Pécuchet qui semble ne pas exister pour lui, à Madame Bovary et à L’Éducation sentimentale en particulier. La mise en relation de son étude : « Sur le milieu intérieur chez Flaubert », écrite en 1921, avec des textes du Journal de 1923 et de 1937, les rapprochements avec Gogol, Thomas Hardy, Tolstoï, Baudelaire, Henry James qui traversent les écrits de Du Bos, permettent de suivre ce que celui-ci décrit comme « l’expérience spirituelle » d’une matérialité comprise dans la conquête de la triple exigence du Beau, du Vivant et du Vrai. Du Bos décèle la force de l’œuvre de Flaubert dans la « disproportion » du style, et dans la puissance d’absorption qui fait la densité de cette prose, et qui désigne un extraordinaire travail de conversion. L’obscure expérience spirituelle ainsi poursuivie est celle d’un absolu de l’art, expérience paradoxale d’un « mystique qui ne croit à rien » (comme se désignait Flaubert lui-même, que le critique lie à une interrogation sur sa propre conversion.Charles Du Bos devoted an unflagging attention to Flaubert’s work (except for Bouvard et Pécuchet, which, apparently, according to him did not exist, to Madame Bovary and in particular L’Éducation sentimentale. The connection between his essay “Sur le milieu intérieur chez Flaubert”, written in 1921, and extracts from his Journal, from 1923 to 1937, the comparisons with Gogol, Thomas Hardy, Tolstoy, Baudelaire, and Henry James that run through the writings of Du Bos, allow us to follow what he terms “the spiritual experience” of a materiality encompassed in the conquest of the triple demand of the Beautiful, the Living, the Truth. Du Bos detects the power of Flaubert’s work in the “disproportion” of his style, and the power of absorption that forms the density of his prose, showing an

  12. L’ombre du Condor

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    2003-09-01

    Full Text Available Si l’on observe aujourd’hui, avec un regard d’historien, le Cône Sud à la fin des années soixante soixante-dix et que par, la suite, on tourne une page de quelques années, pour fixer la même partie du monde, le constat est sans appel : le sous-continent latino-américain est passé, en général, d’une phase de forte mobilisation et politisation sociale, montée en puissance de partis et organisations révolutionnaires, surgissements de gouvernements populistes de gauche ou progressistes – appelant à une rupture avec l’impérialisme –, à un reflux généralisé du mouvement ouvrier, une ère de violence politique étatisée, la destruction massive de tous les espaces d’expression et de participation démocratiques, l’écrasement physique et idéologique sans relâche des militants et mouvements révolutionnaires, la mise en place de modèles économiques capitalistes dirigistes puis/ou néolibéraux. Que s’est-il passé ? Quel fil conducteur a été rompu et par quels moyens l’Amérique Latine a été conduite à ce reflux des luttes sociales ? Pour répondre à cette question, nous nous contenterons dans cet article de focaliser notre objectif sur un aspect spécifique et essentiel de ce retournement de tendance que vit alors l���Amérique Latine : celui de la mise en place d’un terrorisme d’Etat contre-révolutionnaire transnational, appuyé par l’impérialisme américain, nommé « l’Opération Condor ». Dans cet article, il s’agit de montrer le fonctionnement d’un terrorisme hégémonique dont l’impact sur les sociétés latino-américaines est considérable en termes de destruction du mouvement social, des activités culturelles et de l’ensemble de la vie sociale et politique qui restent marquées, encore aujourd’hui à des degrés divers, par la violence, la peur et l’atomisation structurelle.Si miramos hoy en día, desde una perspectiva histórica, el Cono Sur hacia finales de

  13. Adapting an Infectious Diseases Course for "Engaged Citizen" Themes.

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    Senchina, David S

    2016-03-01

    This article describes philosophies and perspectives underpinning scientific citizenship-focused curricular changes implemented into a pre-existing undergraduate infectious diseases course. Impetus for the curricular changes was a novel, campus-wide, multidisciplinary "Engaged Citizen" theme for the general education curriculum. The first half of the article describes the larger contexts from which the curricular changes were borne and the resulting instructional model. The second half of the article shares both student and instructor perspectives on the curricular changes and potential application of the model to other science courses.

  14. Common themes in the design and function of bacterial effectors.

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    Galán, Jorge E

    2009-06-18

    Central to the biology of many pathogenic bacteria are a number of specialized machines, known as type III, type IV, or type VI protein secretion systems. These machines have specifically evolved to deliver bacterial effector proteins into host cells with the capacity to modulate a variety of cellular functions. The identification of the biochemical activities of many effector proteins, coupled with a better understanding of their potential contribution to pathogenesis, has revealed common themes in the evolutionary design and function of these remarkable bacterial proteins.

  15. Exploring Themes in the Movie Australia on Culture Identity Theories

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    2014-01-01

    Gathering the history and emotions of the nation of Australia, the movie Australia not only reflects Australians’exer-tion to construct an equal harmonious diversified new Australia but also incarnates Australian people ’s nisus to pursue the sense of belonging internally and seek international recognition externally. In order to expand the perspective of researching this movie and give enlightenment on constructing an equal harmonious diversified international community, based on culture identity theo-ries, this paper tries exploring the themes of this movie.

  16. Analysis of the Theme of The Road Not Taken

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    2015-01-01

    The Road Not Taken is one of the beautiful poems written by Robert Frost,a famous American poet. The conception of the poem is very skillful,though its language is simple and natural. The poet enjoys applying ordinary content,concise and modest lines to display his profound thought and philosophy,which is his most prominent characteristic. The thesis will try to analyze the theme of the poem by explaining the content and reveal the poet’s implication toward life.

  17. Analysis on the Theme of Amy Lowell’s Patterns

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    2014-01-01

    There are a lot of, or precisely speaking, a train of patterns in Amy Lowell’s Patterns for it seems to be consisted of dis-parate patterns but as a matter of fact these seemingly disrelated patterns disclose one pattern together from the points of both fem-inism and psychology. And this paper is aimed to discover the inherent co-relationship among these different patterns and shed light on the theme of this pome, in other words, the feminism of this pome.

  18. THEMES OF ‘WOMANHOOD’ IN VISUAL ART AFTER 1970

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    Esra SAGLIK

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available The Feminist movement that developed after the 1960s became effective in making visible the isolated female identity and culture by the dominant male gaze. Women's attempts to prove their existence in the art world still continue while they struggle between their social roles as mother, wife and businesswoman and the inherent responsibilities. Concepts such as social gender, family and loneliness become visible in women's works either metaphorically, or realistically structured relating to the 'body'. This study is about the reflections of gender roles in art and themes of 'womanhood' and are evaluated through works stemming from the artists’ personal experiences.

  19. The Biblical Codes in the Themes of The Great Gatsby

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    李玲; 鲁艺苗

    2012-01-01

    Francis Scott Fitzgerald is one of the greatest novelists in American literature. His excitably visionary sensibility, nourished in high school years by Catholic mysticism ,fashioned him into a superbly perceptive critic in the 1920s.He achieved splendid artistic success with his masterpiece The Great Gatsby.This paper,taking the archetypal criticism and The Bible as the theoretical bedrock, attempts to perform sufficient analysis on the biblical themes in this novel. These biblical elements greatly add to the readability and profundity of the novel and further enrich its connotations.

  20. Dismemberment and reintegration: Aztec themes in contemporary Mexican practice.

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    Michán, P

    2000-04-01

    In a depth process the unconscious presents images of destruction. In my analytic work with a female Mexican artist, the themes of destruction and creation alive in her psyche echo the motifs of the pre-Hispanic myth of Coyolxauhqui. I will illustrate the mythological amplifications of the patient's personal material with illustrations of her paintings. I will also discuss how this myth operates in a male patient, and between the masculine and feminine in Mexican culture. Similar images by the German artist Anselm Kiefer refer to the dismembering of the newly discovered lands and government violence against the youth of Mexico.

  1. Stravinsky : figures clownesques du spectacle dansé

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    Frey, Leonard H.

    2013-01-01

    L’origine du mot clown remonte au vieux Scandinave klunni (lourdaud / benêt). Comme nous avons pu en juger au cours de ces rencontres, la sémantique historique du terme a connu de nombreuses variations, a été, au fil du temps, soumise aux fluctuations plus ou moins heureuses imposées par le théâtre. Dans cette étude, je me propose d’étudier l’iconographie de la représentation du clown à travers l’une des variantes du spectacle, la danse, le ballet et les musiques d’Igor Stravinsky. Au cours d...

  2. Une force venant du futur chercherait à saboter l'expérience du LHC...

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    2009-01-01

    "A quelques jours de la reprise de l'expérience du LHC, on ne parle plus de la menace d'un trou noir, mais deux physicines souteinnent aujourd'hui une tout autres hypothèse: la nature, depuis le futur, va continuer de contrarier les travaux du Cern, afin d'éviter à l'Homme de mettre le doigt là où il ne faut pas..." (1.5 pages)

  3. OGM : vers une définition commune du contenu du problème ?

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    2001-07-01

    Full Text Available Les divergences croissantes depuis des années entre experts, responsables économiques, et acteurs sociaux et « citoyens » au sujet des OGM, ont pu être analysées à juste titre, comme exprimant la difficulté de dégager une « définition commune du contenu du problème »1.

  4. Utilisation du langage signal pour l'etude d'algorithmes de traitement du Signal electrocardiographique

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    Médigue, Claire; Clairambault, Jean; Kauffmann, François; Sorine, Michel; Cursi-Dascalova, Lilia

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    Projet SOSSO; Pour etudier la maturation du Systeme Nerveux Autonome (SNA) chez les nouveaux nes, on analyse la Variabilite du Rythme Cardiaque (VRC), en relation avec d'autres informations biologiques telles que les changements de stades de sommeil. La VRC est calculee par la Transformee de Fourier a Court Terme dans trois bandes de frequence : la haute frequence, refletant le controle para sympathique seul et liee au cycle respiratoire ; les moyenne et basse frequences, refletant a la fois ...

  5. Free theme; Theme libre

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    Emptaz, A.; Huglo, D.; Meurisse, H.; Nocaudie, M.; D' Hergomez, M.; Marchandise, X. [Centre Hospitalier Universitaire, Medecine Nucleaire et Imagerie Fonctionnelle, 59 - Lille (France); Kraeber-Bodere, F.; Sai-Maurel, C.; Faivre-Chauvet, A.; Thedrez, P.; Chatal, J.F.; Barbet, J.; Paris, F. [Centre Hospitalier Universitaire, Hotel Dieu, INSERM U 601, 44 - Nantes (France); Thomare, D. [Centre Hospitalier Universitaire, Hotel Dieu, Pharmacie, 44 - Nantes (France); Deleris, G. [INSERM U 577, Universite Victor Segalen Bordeaux 2, 33 - Bordeaux (France); Bikfalvi, A. [Bordeaux-1, INSERM E0113, 33 (France); Py, B.; Karacay, H.; Sharkey, R.M.; Goldenberg, D.M. [CMMI, Garden State Center Belleville NJ (United States); Chang, Ch.; Rossi, E.A. [Garden State Center Belleville, IBC Pharmaceuticals, NJ (United States); McBride, W.J.; Ragland, D.R.; Horak, I.D. [Immunomedics, Inc. Morris Plains NJ (United States)

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    Efficiency and tolerance are the two important parts of these articles, that treats scintigraphy in tumors having a medullo adrenal origin, radioimmunotherapy in an animal model of thyroid cancer and advantage of pre-targeting with an antibody for the radioimmunotherapy in colon cancers. (N.C.)

  6. Caractérisation des propriétés motivationnelles du sevrage des opiacés - analyse comparative des substrats neurobiologiques des effets inconditionnés et conditionnés

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    Frenois, François

    2003-01-01

    Mr Bernard Bioulac - Université Bordeaux 2, Bordeaux - Président. Me Brigitte Kieffer - CNRS UMR 7104, Strasbourg - Rapporteur. Mr Georges Di Scala - CNRS UMR 5106, Bordeaux - Rapporteur. Mr Rafael Maldonado - Université pompeu Fabra, Barcelone - Examinateur. Mlle Martine Cador - CNRS UMR 5541, Bordeaux - Examinateur. Mlle Catherine Le Moine - CNRS UMR 5541, Bordeaux - Directrice de thèse; Addictive behaviors are pathological states characterized by a loss of control over drug consumption and...

  7. ESTIMATION DU MODELE LINEAIRE GENERALISE ET APPLICATION

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    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available Cet article présente  le modèle linéaire généralisé englobant les  techniques de modélisation telles que la régression linéaire, la régression logistique, la régression  log linéaire et la régression  de Poisson . On Commence par la présentation des modèles  des lois exponentielles pour ensuite estimer les paramètres du modèle par la méthode du maximum de vraisemblance. Par la suite on teste les coefficients du modèle pour voir leurs significations et leurs intervalles de confiances, en utilisant le test de Wald qui porte sur la signification  de la vraie valeur du paramètre  basé sur l'estimation de l'échantillon.

  8. Clinical Application of the Du Channel

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    刘淑娅; 王世杰

    2003-01-01

    @@ The authors have, in recent years, obtained quite good therapeutic results in their acupuncture treatment of mental diseases, heat syndromes and cerebrovascular diseases through treating mainly the Du Channel with the methods of resuscitating and regulating the mind, and clearing and activating the channels and collaterals. The illustrative cases are reported below.

  9. Annonce du diagnostic et rupture biographique

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    du cancer en Tunisie , maladie chronique identifiée parmi les plus répandues ... et quelques tentatives de redéploiement des activités des praticiens .... appréhendant ainsi la nature de la souffrance physique mais aussi morale, ces cliniciens.

  10. Prejudice: From Allport to DuBois.

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    Gaines, Stanley O., Jr.; Reed, Edward S.

    1995-01-01

    Examines the differences between Gordon Allport's and W. E. B. DuBois's theories on the origins of prejudice and the impact of discrimination on the personality and social development of blacks. The article argues that prejudice is a historically developed process, not a universal feature of human psychology. Implications for U.S. race relations…

  11. Le PT à la conquête du pouvoir

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    Mendes, Candido

    2014-01-01

    LES PREMIERS PAS DU PT AU POUVOIR La première victoire du PT pour l′accès à un exécutif fut celle de la candidate Maria Luiza, en 1989, dans la capitale du Ceará, Fortaleza. Son arrivée au pouvoir démontra à la fois un certain manque d′expérience personnel ainsi qu′un bégaiement des cadres du parti, trop empreints de la radicalité, de l′utopie de gauche, du culte des « razzias » de pureté politique, du changement complet de tous les acteurs du pouvoir, tant la victoire était marquée par le dé...

  12. Evolution and current development of Transversal Themes: possibilities and limits

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    Carlos Rosales López

    2015-02-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this study was to determine the characteristics of the evolution and current development of transversal themes in education, considering them basically as important social cuestions with great influence in the overall education of the student. Specifically it seeks to clarify the level of preparation and dedication of teachers and schools to teach them. To do this, legislation used in our country (organics laws and decrees curriculum were analyzed and also the contribution of outstanding educators, institutions and researchers. We analyzed the characteristics of transversal themes in the educational project and the teaching program, its development in the clasroom and its projection out of it through the help of family and community. Conclusions about their current status (possibilities and limitations are derived and future proposals are made on the improvement of initial and ongoing training of teachers, to increase their collegiate or cooperative work of planning, intervention and evaluation, increased media and counseling in use, the need for increased communication and collaboration with families and other community institutions.How to reference this articleRosales López, C. (2015. Evolución y desarrollo actual de los Temas Transversales: posibilidades y límites. Foro de Educación, 13(18, pp. 143-160. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14516/fde.2015.013.018.008

  13. Types of centredness in health care: themes and concepts.

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    Hughes, Julian C; Bamford, Claire; May, Carl

    2008-12-01

    For a variety of sociological reasons, different types of centredness have become important in health and social care. In trying to characterize one type of centredness, we were led to consider, at a conceptual level, the importance of the notion of centredness in general and the reasons for there being different types of centeredness. We searched the literature for papers on client-, family-, patient-, person- and relationship- centred care. We identified reviews or papers that defined or discussed the notions at a conceptual level. The reviews and papers were analyzed as text transcripts. We identified 10 themes that were common to all the types of centredness. At a conceptual level we could not identify thematic differences between the types of centredness. These findings were subjected to a philosophical critique using ideas derived from Wittgenstein. Different types of centredness are required in different contexts. The differences are justified by their practical utility. The unifying themes of centredness, however, reflect a movement in favour of increasing the social, psychological, cultural and ethical sensitivity of our human encounters.

  14. Enhancing Students’ Local Knowledge Through Themed Garden Project

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    Esa Norizan

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Traditional or local knowledge is a major issue to be focused on, particularly since the implementation of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011–2020 and the Aichi Targets “Living in Harmony with Nature”. According to the strategic goals, by 2020, conservation of biodiversity and its sustainable use incorporate what local and indigenous communities have within their traditional knowledge, innovation and practice and their customary use of biological resources are respected at all relevant levels. The older generation among the local people usually use medicinal herbs for various ailments, health care and other cultural purposes. However, encroaching industrialization and the changes in today’s life styles are responsible for the decreasing practice in the local use of herbs especially for healing purposes. It is, therefore, felt worthwhile to encourage young generations such as school children to gain knowledge about these local herbs and record the native uses of these herbs before the information is lost. One biodiversity education program was conducted to facilitate secondary school students to set up a themed garden and find out the local knowledge of the plants they grew in their garden from their family members or communities. The findings revealed that students’ local knowledge on healing improved after they joined the program. Therefore, it is proposed that the themed garden project can enhance students’ local knowledge.

  15. Women and transformation: A recurrent theme in Head and Ngugi

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    1998-05-01

    Full Text Available This article evaluates, within the context of the increasingly important position assigned to African literature in general (and the novel in particular, the dominant roles played by Bessie Head and Ngugi through a focus on the significant contributions of these two writers concerning the theme of women and transformation. Although both authors put a high premium on wotnanism, showing themselves as champions of especially sexual and racial freedom for all women, their novels indicate different trends in their portrayal of this theme. Head, for instance, becomes increasingly autobiographical in her articulation of her female protagonists ’ struggle for freedom from oppression, while Ngugi tends to become increasingly politically biased in expressing his Marxist social, political and economic doctrines. This article furthermore examines the ways in which Ngugi and Head highlight different aspects of the discourse of female liberation, while also studying the dialogue of transformation and a sense of belonging. Finally, it remarks on Head's and Ngugi's aesthetic approaches to the discourse of women and transformation.

  16. Sébastien Broca, Utopie du logiciel libre. Du bricolage informatique à la réinvention sociale

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    Goëta, Samuel

    2014-01-01

    Traitant des pratiques et des conceptions du logiciel libre mais aussi, plus largement, du mouvement pour l’ouverture des savoirs, Utopie du logiciel libre ambitionne, premièrement, de nourrir une réflexion critique sur l’ethos du libre au sens d’un « ensemble de valeurs qui constituent un cadre pour l’action et s’actualisent dans des pratiques » (p. 24) et, deuxièmement, d’élaborer une sociologie critique du libre. Reprenant la notion d’utopie concrète chez Ernst Bloch (Le principe Espérance...

  17. Néotoponymie contestée à Potchefstroom / Tlokwe (Province du Nord-Ouest, Afrique du Sud

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    Myriam Houssay-Holzschuch

    2010-09-01

    Full Text Available Illustration 1 - Extrait du site de la municipalité de Potchefstroom / TlokweSource : http://www.potch.co.za/newsarchive/streetnames.htmlIllustration 2- Potchefstroom (Afrique du SudAuteur : Béatrice Obry-Guyot, début décembre 2007.Illustration 3 - Extrait du plan Google Map de PotchefstroomSource : Google Map.La question toponymique en Afrique du Sud sur la longue durée porte sur deux thèmes essentiels porteurs de controverses : le plurilinguisme et le marquage symbolique et mémoriel du te...

  18. Noun-Inspiring Theme in Poetic Translation-On Noun Translation Governed by Theme of Classical Chinese Poetry

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    YAN Liang; ZENG Li-sha

    2014-01-01

    The presence of poetic noun is very common in classical Chinese poetry. And the absence of preposition and conjunc-tion leading to noun juxtaposition is one of the poetic aesthetic features. At present, most researches of poetic translatio on n base individual impression and perception, fail to comprehend the nouns of source text in categorization, and critical analysis on the translated nouns is not interpretable and verifiable. This paper, taking a perspective of poetic theme relevance, categorizes the po-etic noun from the indicative, descriptive and symbolic dimensions, proposes a poetic translation strategy called“aesthetic repro-duction of poetic theme”, and proves its necessity and rationality.

  19. Esquisse du parlementarisme et du monopartisme en Afrique: le cas du Togo

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    E. A. B. van Rouveroy van Nieuwaal

    1989-01-01

    Full Text Available Witnessed the last hundred years profound political and constitutional changes. In this respect there are many differences between African States depending on which kind of colonial overlord has been the ruling power. The African State was a juridical entity in international law, but was it also, at the time of independence, an empirical entity in national fact?In almost all cases the empirical reality as a functioning government was still primarily the presence of European bureaucrats who has embodied the colonial state. Independence therefore opened a gap between the international legitimacy and the internal marginality of many emergent African State. The gap often presented a real political dilemma to the new African rulers: they usually could retain European officials only by compromising their national independence and could dispense with them only at the risk of undermining governmental performance. After adoption of European constitutional law and with, initially, a high degree of similarity between most constitutions in French-speaking Africa, nowadays these constitutions differ widely, contrary to the Commonwealth Africa that has experienced fewer innovations and constitutional breakdowns.Parliamentary systems of government gave way to One Party Systems, introduced in many cases by the national army, as the best equiped, trained, paid and organised power in the country. This has been the political and constitutional development in Togo as well. Since 1969, it has a One Party System, the Rassemblement du Peuple Togolais, founded by the President of the Togolese Republic, Gen. Gnassingbé Eyadéma. But, as everywhere else, doubts are growing about the effectiveness of the One Party System. Are the Togolese perspectives such that Eyadéma is willing to have an open mind and to be all ears for the critics to his own creation? Another intriguing question is to know in which way the Africantraditional authorities (" chieftancy", as the core

  20. Application of Theme-Rheme Theory to News Translation

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    周天雄

    2015-01-01

    News,as an important way of communication is playing a crucial role in the comprehensive development of our country ranging from fast economic expansion,giant leap in science and technology,and progress in every aspects of social life.There is no doubt that News translation,in its specific and special way serves as an effective tool in spreading all sorts of information to a larger base of readers as rapid as possible.The function of the News is the transmission of information covering great events happening both at home and abroad in a timely and accurate manner.The information structure and the main ThemeRheme structure functions belong to the language of discourse.As we know,English pays emphasis on hypotactic relations while Chinese pay more attention to paratactic relations.What is more,English is the subject-predominant language with subject-predicate pattern easy to identify while Chinese is the topic-predominant language with topic-comment patterns as its prototype.The paper selects a large number of news items covering a wide range of subjects from CCTV news channel website and the Xinhua net as the paper’s corpus,Through the comparative study of both English and Chinese at the level of sentence then to text,the paper is trying to analyze the similarities and dissimilarities of source language and target language in their conversion process.Meanwhile,this paper draws a new conclusion that Theme-Rheme structures help us find the semantic connections between source language and target language.The novel point is that this is a two-way communication,namely,not only is the target language in accordance with source language,but also the source language conforms to the habitual usage of target language,realizing the stylistic equivalence between two texts.In a sense,the study of Theme-Rheme structure provides a great boost to the News Translation.

  1. Development and testing of INSPIRE themes Addresses (AD and Administrative Units (AU managed by COSMC

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    Michal Med

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Main content of this article is to describe implementing INSPIRE themes Addresses and Administrative Units in Czech Republic. Themes were implemented by Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre. Implementation contains developing GML files with data and designing its structure, developing and testing of INSPIRE services and preparing metadata for data and services. Besides harmonised INSPIRE themes COSMC manages also non-harmonised themes Cadastral map (KM and Units eXtended (UX.

  2. China’s Wonderland: An Analysis on Chinese Theme Parks’ Cultural Plight

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    ZHANG, Qiuyi

    2010-01-01

    Tourism is a relatively new research field in China. Theme parks, being a branch of tourism industry, were firstly introduced to Chinese people two decades ago. However, the current situation and issues of Chinese theme parks has not been well studied. This research intended to explore the relationship between Chinese culture and theme parks as well as problems of the existing Chinese theme parks. Tourist behaviour, tourism market segmentation, culture transmission theory and Hofstede’s cultu...

  3. A study of Love Theme:Seen from Characters in Gone with the Wind

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    HU Yuan

    2014-01-01

    Themes are the essence of literary works. Characters are the carriers of the themes. Thus, theme and character are closely connected. This paper mainly concentrates on the explorations of one common theme revealed in the novel-love, delin-eates the esthetics of life that expectation and pursuit are the persistence of human essence in consciousness, the approval of hu-man desires and the sublimation of human nature.

  4. Social model: a new approach of the disability theme.

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    Bampi, Luciana Neves da Silva; Guilhem, Dirce; Alves, Elioenai Dornelles

    2010-01-01

    The experience of disability is part of the daily lives of people who have a disease, lesion or corporal limitation. Disability is still understood as personal bad luck; moreover, from the social and political points of view, the disabled are seen as a minority. The aim of this study is to contribute to the knowledge about the experience of disability. The research presents a new approach on the theme: the social model. This approach appeared as an alternative to the medical model of disability, which sees the lesion as the primary cause of social inequality and of the disadvantages experienced by the disabled, ignoring the role of social structures in their oppression and marginalization. The study permits reflecting on how the difficulties and barriers society imposed on people considered different make disability a reality and portray social injustice and the vulnerability situation lived by excluded groups.

  5. Common themes in changing vector-borne disease scenarios.

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    Molyneux, David H

    2003-01-01

    The impact of climate change on disease patterns is controversial. However, global burden of disease studies suggest that infectious diseases will contribute a proportionately smaller burden of disease over the next 2 decades as non-communicable diseases emerge as public health problems. However, infectious diseases contribute proportionately more in the poorest quintile of the population. Notwithstanding the different views of the impact of global warming on vector-borne infections this paper reviews the conditions which drive the changing epidemiology of these infections and suggests that such change is linked by common themes including interactions of generalist vectors and reservoir hosts at interfaces with humans, reduced biodiversity associated with anthropogenic environmental changes, increases in Plasmodium falciparum: P. vivax ratios and well-described land use changes such as hydrological, urbanization, agricultural, mining and forest-associated impacts (extractive activities, road building, deforestation and migration) which are seen on a global scale.

  6. METHODOLOGY FOR CROSS-CURRICULAR THEME OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL AXIS

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    José Luis Aparicio López

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available This article introduces a methodology to identify the presence of the environmental axis in educational programs in Bachelors in the Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero, Mexico. It is sustained on competency-based education and constructionism, due to they appeal to humanism to deal current problems. It is composed of four phases: committee conformation, theoretical and conceptual concerning analysis, construction and application of instruments on a PE, and identification of the cross-curricular theme level. Even though the proposed methodology is applied to the environment, it is feasible to adapt to other axes, such as human rights, multiculturalism, and poverty, relevant to the educational context of the state of Guerrero.

  7. Biblical and liturgical themes in Krzysztof Penderecki’s activity

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    Janusz Drewniak

    2007-06-01

    Full Text Available Krzysztof Penderecki (born 1933 is considered to be one of the most outstanding contemporary composers. The religious theme is often taken to be an inspiration for his vocal-instrumental output. Penderecki presents in his compositions the religious and moral problems related to the human nature and existence. The principal issues in his activity are a trial to find a reason of evil and misfortune and also the vision of ordeal. The composer makes use of not only biblical and liturgical texts but also religious poetry mainly in latin language. His religious output has a concert character thanks to the musician language and composing techniques. His own commentaries concerning his compositions prove that his religious activity is an artistic confession of his faith.

  8. Recurring themes arising during medical research ethics committee review.

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    Kelleher, E; Stanton, A; Vale, G; Smith, D

    2013-06-01

    A standard application form for the ethical review of health-related research studies has recently been adopted by many Irish medical research ethics committees. In order to assess the impact of the new form, we reviewed all comments made by the Beaumont Hospital Ethics Committee during two six-month periods, immediately prior to adoption of the new form (2010), and soon afterwards (2011). Neither volume nor comment type differed significantly between the two observation periods. Participant documentation (information leaflets and consent forms) accounted for the largest proportion of comments (2010; 44%, 2011; 37%). Other common areas prompting queries were study administration (7%), design (12%) and procedures (13%), participant selection and recruitmen (8%), and lastly data protection (9%). Because of these findings, the standard operating procedures of the committee have been revised--use of provided template participant documentation is strongly encouraged, and a "Recurring Review Themes" checklist is highlighted to all applicants.

  9. Psychological themes that influence self-management oftype 1 diabetes

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    It has long been accepted that psychological factorsadversely influence efforts to optimise glycaemic control.These are often unrecognised in terms of clinicalassessment and therefore under reported. This essaypresents an introduction to psychological issues thatinteract with psychiatric co-morbidities and diabetesspecificdistress, and a case scenario illustrating theinterconnectedness of presenting problems and themes.In the way that we cannot separate carbohydratecounting, blood glucose monitoring and insulin doseadjustment in the understanding of a presentingproblem such as poor control, so we cannot separatethe concurrent thoughts, feelings, and behaviours.Each of these emotional aspects are self-managedeither through avoidance, or by delayed disclosure andare frequently associated with poor health outcomes.There is a requirement for the healthcare team tobe sensitised to these issues and to develop stylesof communication that are empathic, reflective andnon judgemental. A brief outline of evidence-basedpsychotherapy treatments is given.

  10. THE THEME OF THE CRUCIFIXION OF CHRIST IN VISUAL ARTS

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    Adrian STOLERIU

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available The Crucifixion of Christ is one of the major Biblical events in the context of the four Gospels, also marking one of the most frequently met themes in the iconography of Christian art. The focus of the paper is to underline the main aspects of the visual representation of this tense moment in the history of Christianity, referring to representative works of the artistic heritage inspired by the event of Christ’s death on the cross. Thus, a number of famous works of art history are analyzed in relation to the described composition, the represented characters and their importance. They belong both to traditional artistic fields, such as painting, to modern ones, thus taking into account some of the most popular film representations on this topic.

  11. The Tourism Experience Offered by Religious Theme Parks: Taman Tamadun Islam (TTI) in Malaysia

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    Moal - Ulvoas, Gaëlle M

    2016-01-01

    Theme parks are major drivers of tourism development and experience is a central concept in tourism research. This study investigates the experience potential associated with religious theme parks which offer a combination of religious and secular activities. The experiences of visitors to Taman Tamadun Islam (TTI), a Muslim theme park based in Malaysia, are identified through the analysis of visitors’ feedback on Tripadvisor.

  12. Living in imaginary places: on the creation and consumption of themed residential architecture

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    Meier, S.O.

    2013-01-01

    This study deals with theming of residential space and architecture. In theoretical terms, theming is defined as the application of a narrative to places and the built environment to make them more appealing than they otherwise would be. In a broader sense it is argued that theming is related to an

  13. Teachers Working Cooperatively with Parents and Caregivers when Implementing LGBT Themes in the Elementary Classroom

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    Flores, Gabriel

    2014-01-01

    Many teachers are interested in having a more inclusive multicultural education that includes lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) themes and gay-themed children's literature; unfortunately, research has found that many teachers do not implement gay themes in their multicultural education curriculum because of fear of criticism from…

  14. How Nigeria built child survival themes into national television.

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    Gleason, G

    1990-01-01

    As part of the Government of Nigeria's goal of providing universal child immunization, a strategy was developed to strengthen the production capacity of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) and to award higher priority to health issues in NTA programming. At the national level, a child survival-oriented training, coordination, and production unit was established to produce "spot messages" on primary health care. In 1985-86, radio and television staff from all Nigerian states attended workshops at which Ministry of Health officials outlined Nigeria's maternal-child health problems and emphasized the potential of the broadcast media in health education. Each station was linked with an officer in the local Ministry of Health to ensure ongoing collaboration on technical problems and health programs in need of promotion. Another set of state-level workshops brought together media producers and radio and television writers to encourage them to integrate primary health care themes into their programs. In addition, a Nigerian nongovernmental organization has organized workshops for electronic media writers and producers aimed at incorporating family planning themes into several popular television programs. In 1986, both NTA and the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria signed agreements further committing their networks to the child survival campaign. The Nigerian experience exemplifies the potential for creating and institutionalizing long-term efforts to use the mass media to bring new information to the general population on health-related issues. Needed at this point is more knowledge about specific communication strategies that are most effective in promoting sustainable behavioral change on the family and community levels in a country with much social and cultural diversity.

  15. Présentation du volume

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    Ana Zwitter Vitez

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Dans de nombreuses disciplines scientifiques, le discours parlé représente depuis quelques décennies un objet de recherche proéminent. Ce fait s’explique probablement par deux caractéristiques principales du discours parlé: la structure complexe de sa matérialité et les fonctions variées de différentes pratiques langagières. C’est pourquoi le présent numéro réunit les articles basés sur les approches actuelles du discours parlé et sur les pratiques langagières spécifiques. Le volume est introduit par deux articles interdisciplinaires: Peter Garrard et Ahmed Samrah présentent le domaine de la pathologie du langage en donnant une revue fouillée sur les approches actuelles de l’analyse linguistique lors de la détection de la maladie d’Alzheimer, tandis que Harry Hollien donne un aperçu structuré sur le domaine de la phonétique judiciaire destiné à dévoiler l’identité des locuteurs et de détecter la déception dans le discours parlé. Les analyses explorant l’acquisition du langage commencent par l’article de Katharina Zipser qui examine la progression de structures grammaticales en les mettant en comparaison avec la compétence des apprenants et continuent par l’étude de Meta Lah proposant une évaluation des documents audiovisuels proposés aux apprenants de langue étrangère. Vesna Požgaj Hadži, Damir Horga et Tatjana Balažic Bulc remettent en question la corrélation entre la compétence linguistique et la fluence linguistique auprès de locuteurs non-maternels et l'analyse de Gemma Santiago Alonso aborde l'acquisition de l'article défini dans le langage enfantin. Les articles suivants se réunissent autour du domaine de l'interprétation: Jana Zidar Forte présente une approche actuelle dans l'entrainement d'interprètes, Lea Burjan analyse les phénomènes issus de la pratique de l'interprétation juridique et Simona  Šumrada traite de la reformulation dans le discours de la traduction et de

  16. Evolution of three Nobel Prize themes and a Nobel snub theme in chemistry: a bibliometric study with focus on international collaboration.

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    Tong, Sichao; Ahlgren, Per

    2017-01-01

    In this study, three chemistry research themes closely associated with the Nobel Prize are bibliometrically analyzed-Ribozyme, Ozone and Fullerene-as well as a research theme in chemistry not associated with the Nobel Prize (a Nobel snub theme): Brunauer-Emmett-Teller equation. We analyze, based on an algorithmically constructed publication-level classification system, the evolution of the four themes with respect to publication volume and international collaboration, using two datasets, one of them a subset of highly cited publications, for each considered time period. The focus of the study is on international collaboration, where co-occurrence of country names in publications is used as a proxy for international collaboration. For all four themes, especially for Brunauer-Emmett-Teller equation, the publication volumes increase considerably from the earliest period to the later periods. The international collaboration rate shows an increasing trend for each theme. For Ozone, Fullerene and Brunauer-Emmett-Teller equation, the international collaboration rate tend to be higher for the highly cited publications compared to full datasets. With regard to the evolution of number of countries per international publication and per highly cited international publication, a vast majority of the distributions are positively skewed, with a large share of publications with two countries. With respect to the last four periods of the study, the concentration to two countries per publication is more pronounced for the Brunauer-Emmett-Teller equation theme compared to the three Nobel Prize themes.

  17. L’écologie du coupable.

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    André Ourednik

    2006-04-01

    Full Text Available « Denn dass der Mensch erlöst werde von der Rache  : das ist mir die Brücke zur höchsten Hoffnung und ein Regenbogen nach langen Unwettern. » 1 Nous l’aurions presque oublié, en fouillant parmi les fondations du rapport moral au monde de nos sociétés, nous trouverons encore bien en place deux piliers érigés au cours du processus de la chrétienté : celui de l’ empathie et celui de la culpabilité . Le premier semble offrir le seul appui plausible à notre vivre ...

  18. Les Nymphes dans les rites du mariage

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    2013-01-01

    Le champ du mariage (où l’on rencontre à la fois les Nymphes puissances surnaturelles et les numphai humaines) peut se révéler intéressant pour croiser des données littéraires, archéologiques et épigraphiques sur le culte des Nymphes. Lors des préliminaires, ces puissances peuvent être l’objet des protéléia (sacrifices prénuptiaux) ou être associées avec la loutrophorie et le bain prénuptial. Les Nymphes n’interviennent guère pendant la journée de célébration du mariage, sauf dans des textes ...

  19. Sustainable growth, the DuPont way.

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    Holliday, C

    2001-09-01

    Like many manufacturers, DuPont traditionally has grown by making more and more "stuff." And its business growth has been proportional to the amount of raw materials and energy used--as well as the resulting waste and emissions from operations. Over the years, though, DuPont became aware that cheap supplies of nonrenewable resources wouldn't be endlessly available and that the earth's ecosystems couldn't indefinitely absorb the waste and emissions of production and consumption. Chad Holliday, chairman and CEO of DuPont, believes strongly in the challenge of sustainable growth and makes the business case for it: By using creativity and scientific knowledge effectively, he says, companies can provide strong returns for shareholders and grow their businesses--while also meeting the human needs of societies around the world and reducing the environmental footprint of their operations and products. In fact, a focus on sustainability can help identify new products, markets, partnerships, and intellectual property and lead to substantial business growth. Holliday describes how DuPont developed a three-pronged strategy to translate the concept of sustainability into nuts-and-bolts business practices. Focusing on integrated science, knowledge intensity, and productivity improvement, the strategy was accompanied by a new way to measure progress quantitatively. Sustainable growth should be viewed not as a program for stepped-up environmental performance but as a comprehensive way of doing business, one that delivers tremendous economic value and opens up new opportunities. Ultimately, companies will find that they can generate substantial business value through sustainability while both enhancing the quality of life around the world and protecting the environment.

  20. Pourfour Du Petit syndrome after interscalene block

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    Mysore Chandramouli Basappji Santhosh

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Interscalene block is commonly associated with reversible ipsilateral phrenic nerve block, recurrent laryngeal nerve block, and cervical sympathetic plexus block, presenting as Horner′s syndrome. We report a very rare Pourfour Du Petit syndrome which has a clinical presentation opposite to that of Horner′s syndrome in a 24-year-old male who was given interscalene block for open reduction and internal fixation of fracture upper third shaft of left humerus.

  1. Sådan forebygger du faldulykker

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    Evron, Lotte

    2015-01-01

    Bidrag til serien 'Eksperten skriver'. Her gennemgås en kort vejledning til, hvordan man arbejder systematisk med faldforebyggelse. Ved at arbejde systematisk med dine hverdagsobservationer kan du få øje på og reagere på ændringer hos svækkede ældre borgere og på den måde forebygge faldet, før de...

  2. Technostress et autres revers du travail nomade

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    Popma, J.

    2013-01-01

    L'Internet et l'utilisation des ordinateurs portables, des téléphones mobiles et des tablettes ont accru l'importance du « travail nomade». Ce type de travail, sans contrainte de lieu ni de temps, peut entraîner, d’après ce working paper, une plus grande autonomie et une plus grande flexibilité pour

  3. Pourfour Du Petit syndrome after interscalene block.

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    Santhosh, Mysore Chandramouli Basappji; Pai, Rohini B; Rao, Raghavendra P

    2013-04-01

    Interscalene block is commonly associated with reversible ipsilateral phrenic nerve block, recurrent laryngeal nerve block, and cervical sympathetic plexus block, presenting as Horner's syndrome. We report a very rare Pourfour Du Petit syndrome which has a clinical presentation opposite to that of Horner's syndrome in a 24-year-old male who was given interscalene block for open reduction and internal fixation of fracture upper third shaft of left humerus.

  4. Autour du paradigme d’écotourisme

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    Anne-Laure Transler

    2008-02-01

    Full Text Available L’écotourisme ouvre un cadre conceptuel original qui permet d’envisager des démarches renouvelées de développement à partir des revenus issus de consommations touristiques mieux réfléchies et organisées, susceptibles de soutenir des initiatives de développement local s’inscrivant dans un projet global de développement durable. Variante douce du tourisme, loin du tourisme de masse, le champ de l’écotourisme s’étend aux confins du tourisme de nature, du tourisme culturel et des pratiques scientifiques et sportives de plein air. Une définition de l’écotourisme peut être proposée à partir des six points suivants : 1/ nature et culture, 2/ le bien-être des sociétés hôtes, 3/ des touristes responsables, 4/ la participation des sociétés hôtes, 5/ la durabilité, 6/ l’art de la rencontre.Ecotourism provides an original conceptual framework that enables approaches to development that are better able to provide a more equitable distribution of income, as well as better organized and thought through initiatives which are more likely to promote a holistic sustainable local development. With somewhat less negative impact than normal tourism, considerably less that mass tourism, ecotourism can encompass nature tourism, cultural tourism, scientific exploration, and even outdoor sports... A definition of ecotourism should take into account the following six points: 1/ nature and culture, 2/ the welfare of the host community, tourists acting responsibly, 3/ participation by the local community, 5 / sustainability , 6/ promotion of cultural exchanges

  5. Pertinence du dépistage du cancer du col de l'utérus au sein d'un établissement de santé

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    Chignier, Pauline

    2014-01-01

    Le dépistage du cancer du col de l'utérus est un enjeu de Santé Publique. Le plan cancer 2014-2019 souligne l'importance de réduire les inégalités face au dépistage et de couvrir 80% de la population cible. L'objectif principal de l'étude était d'évaluer la conformité des pratiques cliniques des professionnels de santé aux recommandations de la HAS. L'objectif secondaire était d'évaluer la qualité du dépistage du cancer du col selon le type de suivi : gynécologique versus obstétrical. Il s'ag...

  6. Enfants du soleil histoire de nos origines

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    Brahic, André

    1999-01-01

    D'où venons-nous ? Comment le Soleil et la Terre sont-ils apparus ? Nous avons enfin atteint le moment où la science peut apporter des réponses de plus en plus précises, de plus en plus étonnantes. La Nature a décidément plus d'imagination que les hommes ! Depuis l'exploration spatiale, nous en avons plus appris sur notre système solaire et son origine en une génération qu'en quarante siècles. Là où l'on attendait l'uniformité, on a trouvé la plus grande diversité. André Brahic, qui a découvert les anneaux de Neptune, nous présente les multiples facettes du système solaire et nous raconte quatre milliards et demi d'années de son histoire. Les planètes sont les soeurs du Soleil. Nous sommes les enfants du temps et des étoiles. Sommes-nous seuls dans l'Univers ? Les astronomes commencent à apercevoir d'autres planètes autour de quelques soleils proches, Ils espèrent bientôt trouver d'autres Terres...

  7. Tribunal administratif de l'Organisation internationale du Travail (TAOIT)

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    Le Tribunal administratif de l'Organisation internationale du Travail connaît des requêtes formées par les fonctionnaires ou les anciens fonctionnaires du Bureau international du Travail et des quelque trente organisations qui ont reconnu sa compétence. The ILO Administrative Tribunal (ILOAT) hears complaints from serving and former officials of the International Labour Office or one of the thirty-odd intergovernmental organizations that recognise its jurisdiction.

  8. Rapport d'Activite du Service Medical - 2001/2002

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    Fassnacht, V

    2003-01-01

    Le rapport annuel de l’année 2002 fait état de l’activité du service médical et de ses conclusions en matière de santé au travail ou de conditions de travail pour les membres du personnel du CERN, c’est à dire!: les titulaires, boursiers, étudiants, utilisateurs, attachés, etc…

  9. Quelques observations sur les Bryopsis du Golfe de Naples

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    Koster, Joséphine Th.

    1941-01-01

    Evidemment la flore algologique du Golfe de Naples a été étudiée, d’assez près, tant du point de vue floristique que du point de vue écologique. Surtout FALKENBERG (1879), BERTHOLD (1882) et FUNK (1927) se sont occupés des investigations de cette nature. Il reste cependant un certain nombre de genre

  10. Le corps du saint dans l'hagiographie du Maghreb médiéval

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    2006-11-01

    Full Text Available Ce travail tente de réfléchir sur la place accordée par l’hagiographie du Maghreb médiéval au corps dans l'expérience de sainteté et dans le processus de “sanctification” d’un homme ou d’une femme, ainsi que dans la reconnaissance ou la “consécration” de cette sainteté. Il vise à repérer les infléchissements perceptibles dans les critères de sainteté et la valeur accordée par l'hagiographie à telle ou telle voie de sanctification. Il se propose également d’examiner la représentation par les contemporains du corps du saint vivant et les bénéfices qu’ils en attendent.

  11. Christophe Brissonneau, Olivier Aubel, Fabien Ohl, L'épreuve du dopage. Sociologie du cyclisme professionnel

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    Martinache, Igor

    2011-01-01

    L'épreuve du dopage se lit comme un roman policier. A la manière d'une intrigue, la trame du livre invite à chaque fin de page à tourner la suivante pour découvrir si le cycliste va basculer dans la pratique du dopage. De fait, il ne bascule jamais. Et c'est bien là l'intérêt de l'ouvrage qui, à l'encontre de la plupart des discours sur le sujet, montre que le dopage est une pratique processuelle qui rend rigoureusement impossible toute distinction binaire entre deux états : dopé ou non. Une ...

  12. ETUDE DU COMPORTEMENT MECANIQUE DU BETON CELLULAIRE AUTOCLAVE PRODUIT EN ALGERIE

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    R BELOUETTAR; Klepaczko, J.R.; Abadlia, M.T.

    2002-01-01

    Ce travail présente une étude expérimentale du comportement mécanique du béton cellulaire autoclavé. L’étude est portée essentiellement sur une série d’essais mécaniques en compression quasistatique à différentes vitesses de déformation variables entre 10-4 s-1 et 10 s-1 et à deux états différents (état sec et état saturé d’eau). En général, l’augmentation de la vitesse de déformation donne une augmentation de la contrainte critique du béton cellulaire autoclavé. Le béton cellulaire autoclavé...

  13. Consequences economiques du transfert de marché de cotation : cas du NYSE-Euronext Paris

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    Cisse, A.K

    2010-01-01

    Cahier de recherche n° 2010-06 E2; Cette étude empirique a pour objet d'analyser les effets d'un changement de marché de cotation sur la rentabilité, la liquidité et le risque systématique. Elle porte sur des sociétés qui ont transféré le marché de cotation de leurs titres d'un compartiment non (ou peu) réglementé à un compartiment plus réglementé du marché français (Euronext Paris) entre 1995 et 2007. Globalement, les résultats montrent une réaction positive du marché à l'annonce du transfer...

  14. PENERAPAN ANALISIS DU PONT PADA INDUSTRI PROPERTY DAN REAL ESTATE

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    Novita Ratna Satiti

    2016-01-01

    Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui bagaimana analisis Du Pont System menilai kinerja keuangan industry property dan real estate, apakah analisis tersebut dapat mengetahui perusahaan mana yang...

  15. La diffusion du football de haut niveau en France

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    Loïc RAVENEL

    1996-06-01

    Full Text Available La pratique du football de haut niveau s'est diffusée sur le territoire français selon deux modèles complémentaires: une diffusion hiérarchique privilégiant les plus grandes villes du pays; une diffusion de proximité soucieuse d'imitation et indispensable à la création des compétitions. Les dirigeants du football ont valorisé le processus par l'intégration de nouvelles aires géographiques, évitant ainsi la saturation du système.

  16. Construire les défis du génie civil du LHC

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    2007-01-01

    Dans les années 80, le CERN a vécu la formidable aventure de la construction du tunnel de 27 kilomètres de circonférence. Ces dernières années, les équipes du génie civil se sont lancées dans l’excavation d’immenses cavernes souterraines et de kilomètres de galeries pour le LHC. Ces travaux ont exigé de véritables prouesses techniques.

  17. Influence du traitement thermique sur l'usinabilite du laiton monophase

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    Cholley, Airy

    La connaissance des proprietes et du comportement d'un materiau en usinage est primordiale pour optimiser son utilisation et obtenir une usinabilite maximale. Dans ce but, l'etude de la modification de la ductilite par traitement thermiques sur plusieurs criteres d'usinabilite tels que les efforts de coupe, la rugosite, les bavures et la formation du copeau a ete menee sur le laiton monophase. A cette fin, l'influence du traitement thermique sur la microstructure du laiton a d'abord ete etudiee. La taille des grains et la durete ont permis de determiner les proprietes mecaniques des etats metallurgiques. Des essais de percage ont ensuite ete effectues sur les etats metallurgiques H01 (99HV), OS100 (88HV) et OS250 (47HV) pour regarder l'influence du traitement thermique sur l'usinabilite. Cette etude experimentale a permis de comprendre l'influence du taux de laminage et de la temperature de recuit sur les proprietes mecaniques. Les essais d'usinabilite ont ensuite permis de prouver que les efforts de coupe sont dependants des conditions de coupe mais pas de la ductilite dans les etats metallurgiques testes. La taille des bavures augmente avec la ductilite et la vitesse de coupe, et diminue avec l'avance. La rugosite de la surface des trous apres l'usinage a egalement ete etudiee. Il a aussi ete prouve par une etude sur les copeaux que la temperature croit avec la vitesse de coupe. L'analyse de la segmentation des copeaux n'a en revanche pas permis de trouver une correlation significative avec les traitements thermiques testes. Enfin, le revetement de l'outil a montre une grande importance sur l'usinabilite du materiau. Il a ete conclu que l'usinabilite du laiton C26000 (CuZn30) est meilleure lorsqu'on travaille dans un etat metallurgique dur. Ces conclusions sont valables pour le laiton monophase etudie, il serait interessant d'examiner aussi le cas des laitons biphases.

  18. Optimisation du renforcement parasismique du viaduc de Caronte par une analyse dynamique temporelle

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    VIVIER, Aurélie; Charles, Pascal; DAVI, Denis

    2013-01-01

    Cet article présente un exemple d'application de l'analyse temporelle dynamique à un cas concret : l'optimisation du renforcement parasismique du viaduc de Caronte. Le diagnostic a permis de converger vers une solution de renforcement avec amortisseurs. Cette étude a été l'occasion de mettre en oeuvre des méthodes d'analyse temporelle, seules rigoureusement compatibles avec l'emploi d'amortisseurs et la complexité de l'ouvrage. Des outils de prédimensionnement des caractéristiques des disposi...

  19. Analyse du développement du tourisme pour tous dans le Val d’Anniviers

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    Rossier, Sandrine; Margot-Cattin, Pierre

    2015-01-01

    Cette étude vise à offrir une image actuelle du développement du tourisme pour tous dans le Val d’Anniviers. Cette activité touristique permet aux destinations de proposer leur offre à un public très large. S’adressant tout d’abord à une clientèle en situation de handicap, le tourisme pour tous peut également bénéficier à toute personne ayant des besoins particuliers en termes d’accessibilité. Son implantation dans une région touristique exige de franchir un certain nombre de barrières. Quell...

  20. Doctor Who–themed weddings and the performance of fandom

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    Jessica Elizabeth Johnston

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the science fiction/fantasy TV series Doctor Who (1963–1986, 1996, 2005–, 50 couples chose to marry, renew vows, and engage in civil partnerships during a mass Doctor Who–themed wedding in London. By using Doctor Who fandom as a case study, I explore how fans are able to construct, define, and maintain their identity in wedding culture by the meaning they ascribe to objects present in the wedding performance. By using the concept of weddings as performance narratives, I describe how fans are able to tell the story of their experience and identification with fandom, but because not everyone identifies with fandom, fans must communicate this narrative in a highly selective manner, choosing details that both satisfy their identities as fans and make sense to a diverse audience of fans and nonfans alike. In doing so, fans are negotiating this identity within the heteronormative structure of wedding culture. The presence of the wedding ceremony reveals that fan identity and performance, despite seeming subversive to mainstream, are actually influenced and shaped by these traditional spaces and rituals.

  1. Integrated pathway clusters with coherent biological themes for target prioritisation.

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    Full Text Available Prioritising candidate genes for further experimental characterisation is an essential, yet challenging task in biomedical research. One way of achieving this goal is to identify specific biological themes that are enriched within the gene set of interest to obtain insights into the biological phenomena under study. Biological pathway data have been particularly useful in identifying functional associations of genes and/or gene sets. However, biological pathway information as compiled in varied repositories often differs in scope and content, preventing a more effective and comprehensive characterisation of gene sets. Here we describe a new approach to constructing biologically coherent gene sets from pathway data in major public repositories and employing them for functional analysis of large gene sets. We first revealed significant overlaps in gene content between different pathways and then defined a clustering method based on the shared gene content and the similarity of gene overlap patterns. We established the biological relevance of the constructed pathway clusters using independent quantitative measures and we finally demonstrated the effectiveness of the constructed pathway clusters in comparative functional enrichment analysis of gene sets associated with diverse human diseases gathered from the literature. The pathway clusters and gene mappings have been integrated into the TargetMine data warehouse and are likely to provide a concise, manageable and biologically relevant means of functional analysis of gene sets and to facilitate candidate gene prioritisation.

  2. Measuring the operational efficiency of individual theme park attractions.

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    Kim, Changhee; Kim, Soowook

    2016-01-01

    This study assesses the operation efficiency of theme park attractions using the data envelopment analysis, utilizing actual data on 15 attractions at Samsung Everland located in Yongin-si, Republic of Korea. In particular, this study identifies crowding and waiting time as one of the main causes of visitor's satisfaction, and analyzes the efficiency of individual attractions in terms of waiting time. The installation area, installation cost, and annual repair cost are set as input factors and the number of annual users and customer satisfaction as output factors. The results show that the roller coaster-type attractions were less efficient than other types of attractions while rotating-type attractions were relatively more efficient. However, an importance performance analysis on individual attraction's efficiency and satisfaction showed that operational efficiency should not be the sole consideration in attraction installation. In addition, the projection points for input factors for efficient use of attractions and the appropriate reference set for benchmarking are provided as guideline for attraction efficiency management.

  3. Cognitive and affective judgements of syncopated musical themes.

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    Keller, Peter E; Schubert, Emery

    2011-01-01

    This study investigated cognitive and emotional effects of syncopation, a feature of musical rhythm that produces expectancy violations in the listener by emphasising weak temporal locations and de-emphasising strong locations in metric structure. Stimuli consisting of pairs of unsyncopated and syncopated musical phrases were rated by 35 musicians for perceived complexity, enjoyment, happiness, arousal, and tension. Overall, syncopated patterns were more enjoyed, and rated as happier, than unsyncopated patterns, while differences in perceived tension were unreliable. Complexity and arousal ratings were asymmetric by serial order, increasing when patterns moved from unsyncopated to syncopated, but not significantly changing when order was reversed. These results suggest that syncopation influences emotional valence (positively), and that while syncopated rhythms are objectively more complex than unsyncopated rhythms, this difference is more salient when complexity increases than when it decreases. It is proposed that composers and improvisers may exploit this asymmetry in perceived complexity by favoring formal structures that progress from rhythmically simple to complex, as can be observed in the initial sections of musical forms such as theme and variations.

  4. Automatisation partielle du traitement de la littérature grise dans le service d'information scientifique du CERN

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    Deroche, C

    1998-01-01

    L'automatisation partielle du traitement de la litterature grise est un projet ineluctable dans un service d'information scientifique aussi important que celui du CERN. Ce rapport presente l'automatis ation du rapport annuel par la detection et l'importation automatique d'informations de publication pour les articles ecrits par les physiciens travaillant au CERN et par d'autres utilisant les outils du CERN. La recherche de ces articles est effectuee dans la base de donnees scientifiques INSPEC.

  5. Analyse quantitative du réseau hydrographique du bassin versant du Slănic (Roumanie

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    Florina Grecu

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available L'étude porte sur le bassin versant du Slănic, un affluent du Buzău. Ce bassin de taille relativement réduite (433 km2 est situé dans la région des Carpates et des Subcarpates de la Courbure, région très active sur le plan sismique. Du point de vue lithologique, le bassin du Slănic correspond à des flyschs paléogènes et à des molasses mio-pliocènes. Ces roches peu résistantes ont facilité une forte érosion du relief. Actuellement, les précipitations présentent souvent une forte intensité, et elles se produisent fréquemment après des périodes de sécheresse. Elles sont ainsi très agressives et déclenchent une érosion intense. L'analyse de quelques paramètres morphométriques [grand nombre de segments de cours d'eau d'ordres 1 (5230 et 2 (944 ; densité élevée des segments par rapport à la superficie du bassin (environ 15 segments / km2 ; longueur moyenne réduite des segments d'ordre 1 (260 m par rapport à ceux d'ordre 2 (530 m] s'accorde avec des temps de concentration des eaux courts et une forte énergie des écoulements. La vitesse de réaction aux précipitations des segments d'ordres inférieurs est en outre favorisée par la répartition spatiale des pluies et par les conditions lithologiques.The study is focused on the Slănic basin which has a small size (433 km2. The hydrographical basin of Slănic, situated in the Carpathian and Subcarpathian Curvature, a very active from neotectonical viewpoint area, is a part of the Buzău basin. From a petrographic point of view, the Slănic hydrographic basin belongs to the paleogen flysch deposits (within the Carpathian sector and to the mio-pliocen molasse (within the Subcarpathian area latter formed by predominantely friable rocks which have encouraged deep fragmentation of the relief. Actual rainfalls are often very intensive, and they frequently occur after dry seasons. The analysis of morphometric parameters shows many elementary segments of first

  6. StrengthsFinder Signature Themes of Talent in Doctor of Pharmacy Students in Five Midwestern Pharmacy Schools

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    Janke, Kristin K.; Farris, Karen B.; Kelley, Katherine A.; Marshall, Vincent D.; Plake, Kimberly S; Scott, Steven A.; Sorensen, Todd D.; Yee, Gary C.

    2015-01-01

    Objective. To describe student pharmacists’ Signature Themes from the Clifton StrengthsFinder across 5 Midwestern pharmacy institutions and to compare themes by gender, institution, and undergraduate population.

  7. Progrès de la connaissance du Congo, du Rwanda et du Burundi de 1993 à 2008

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    Henri Nicolaï

    2013-03-01

    Full Text Available Cette chronique, la vingt et unième d’une série qui a commencé avec l’année 1949, couvre la période 1993-2008 et a pour objectif de faire le point sur les progrès réalisés sur la connaissance du Congo (République démocratique du Congo, du Rwanda et du Burundi, dans le domaine de la géographie mais aussi dans les domaines des sciences naturelles et des sciences humaines qui peuvent fournir des données utiles ou indispensables aux géographes. Chaque référence bibliographique, livre ou article, est accompagnée d’un bref commentaire qui en retient les éléments principaux et surtout les faits ou les idées qui intéressent particulièrement les géographes. L’article comporte onze chapitres dont les plus importants concernent le milieu naturel, la géographie de la santé, la démographie, l’histoire (y compris l’histoire récente, la vie sociale et économique des campagnes traditionnelles et modernes, le secteur informel, les aspects de la vie urbaine. Les événements dramatiques qui se sont produits dans ces territoires africains au cours des quinze dernières années ont rendu la recherche sur le terrain particulièrement difficile tant pour les chercheurs nationaux que pour les chercheurs étrangers, ce qui se traduit notamment par une part de plus en plus importante des recherches menées en milieu urbain.This paper, the 21st issue of an edition of books and paper reviews on the knowledge of three countries of former Belgian Africa (DR Congo, Rwanda, and Burundi, covers the period 1993-2008. A short text for each reference points out the facts or ideas that are useful for geographers. The paper is composed of eleven sections. The most important are coping with the natural environment, health geography, population geography, history (including recent events, social and economic life in traditional and modern rural areas, informal economy, and urban geography. During the last sixteen years, conditions for field

  8. Common mechanistic themes for the powerstroke of kinesin-14 motors.

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    Gonzalez, Miguel A; Cope, Julia; Rank, Katherine C; Chen, Chun Ju; Tittmann, Peter; Rayment, Ivan; Gilbert, Susan P; Hoenger, Andreas

    2013-11-01

    Kar3Cik1 is a heterodimeric kinesin-14 from Saccharomyces cerevisiae involved in spindle formation during mitosis and karyogamy in mating cells. Kar3 represents a canonical kinesin motor domain that interacts with microtubules under the control of ATP-hydrolysis. In vivo, the localization and function of Kar3 is differentially regulated by its interacting stoichiometrically with either Cik1 or Vik1, two closely related motor homology domains that lack the nucleotide-binding site. Indeed, Vik1 structurally resembles the core of a kinesin head. Despite being closely related, Kar3Cik1 and Kar3Vik1 are each responsible for a distinct set of functions in vivo and also display different biochemical behavior in vitro. To determine a structural basis for their distinct functional abilities, we used cryo-electron microscopy and helical reconstruction to investigate the 3-D structure of Kar3Cik1 complexed to microtubules in various nucleotide states and compared our 3-D data of Kar3Cik1 with that of Kar3Vik1 and the homodimeric kinesin-14 Ncd from Drosophila melanogaster. Due to the lack of an X-ray crystal structure of the Cik1 motor homology domain, we predicted the structure of this Cik1 domain based on sequence similarity to its relatives Vik1, Kar3 and Ncd. By molecular docking into our 3-D maps, we produced a detailed near-atomic model of Kar3Cik1 complexed to microtubules in two distinct nucleotide states, a nucleotide-free state and an ATP-bound state. Our data show that despite their functional differences, heterodimeric Kar3Cik1 and Kar3Vik1 and homodimeric Ncd, all share striking structural similarities at distinct nucleotide states indicating a common mechanistic theme within the kinesin-14 family.

  9. Success stories and emerging themes in conservation physiology.

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    Madliger, Christine L; Cooke, Steven J; Crespi, Erica J; Funk, Jennifer L; Hultine, Kevin R; Hunt, Kathleen E; Rohr, Jason R; Sinclair, Brent J; Suski, Cory D; Willis, Craig K R; Love, Oliver P

    2016-01-01

    The potential benefits of physiology for conservation are well established and include greater specificity of management techniques, determination of cause-effect relationships, increased sensitivity of health and disturbance monitoring and greater capacity for predicting future change. While descriptions of the specific avenues in which conservation and physiology can be integrated are readily available and important to the continuing expansion of the discipline of 'conservation physiology', to date there has been no assessment of how the field has specifically contributed to conservation success. However, the goal of conservation physiology is to foster conservation solutions and it is therefore important to assess whether physiological approaches contribute to downstream conservation outcomes and management decisions. Here, we present eight areas of conservation concern, ranging from chemical contamination to invasive species to ecotourism, where physiological approaches have led to beneficial changes in human behaviour, management or policy. We also discuss the shared characteristics of these successes, identifying emerging themes in the discipline. Specifically, we conclude that conservation physiology: (i) goes beyond documenting change to provide solutions; (ii) offers a diversity of physiological metrics beyond glucocorticoids (stress hormones); (iii) includes approaches that are transferable among species, locations and times; (iv) simultaneously allows for human use and benefits to wildlife; and (v) is characterized by successes that can be difficult to find in the primary literature. Overall, we submit that the field of conservation physiology has a strong foundation of achievements characterized by a diversity of conservation issues, taxa, physiological traits, ecosystem types and spatial scales. We hope that these concrete successes will encourage the continued evolution and use of physiological tools within conservation-based research and management

  10. From gametogenesis and stem cells to cancer: common metabolic themes.

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    Pereira, Sandro L; Rodrigues, Ana Sofia; Sousa, Maria Inês; Correia, Marcelo; Perestrelo, Tânia; Ramalho-Santos, João

    2014-01-01

    Both pluripotent stem cells (PSCs) and cancer cells have been described as having similar metabolic pathways, most notably a penchant for favoring glycolysis even under aerobiosis, suggesting common themes that might be explored for both stem cell differentiation and anti-oncogenic purposes. A search of the scientific literature available in the PubMed/Medline was conducted for studies on metabolism and mitochondrial function related to gametogenesis, early development, stem cells and cancers in the reproductive system, notably breast, prostate, ovarian and testicular cancers. Both PSCs and some types of cancer cells, particularly reproductive cancers, were found to obtain energy mostly by glycolysis, often reducing mitochondrial activity and oxidative phosphorylation. This strategy links proliferating cells, allowing for the biosynthesis reactions necessary for cell division. Interventions that affect metabolic pathways, and force cells to change their preferences, can lead to shifts in cell status, increasing either pluripotency or differentiation of stem cells, and causing cancer cells to become more or less aggressive. Interestingly metabolic changes in many cases seemed to lead to cell transformation, not necessarily follow it, suggesting a direct role of metabolic choices in influencing the (epi)genetic program of different cell types. There are uncanny similarities between PSCs and cancer cells at the metabolic level. Furthermore, metabolism may also play a direct role in cell status and targeting metabolic pathways could therefore be a promising strategy for both the control of cancer cell proliferation and the regulation of stem cell physiology, in terms of manipulating stem cells toward relevant phenotypes that may be important for tissue engineering, or making cancer cells become less tumorigenic. © The Author 2014. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology. All rights reserved. For

  11. Évaluation de l'effet du stress hydrique et du porte- greffe sur la ...

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    30 nov. 2013 ... orchards are often in water shortage situations in the most of the ..... significative de la hauteur finale et du diamètre au point ..... quantifying resistance to drought, salt and freezing, abiotic stresses that affect plant water status.

  12. Perception locale de l'évolution du milieu à Oula au Nord du Burkina ...

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    Laboratoire Dynamiques des Espaces et Sociétés (LDES)/Université Ouaga I ... variabilités climatiques ainsi que la perception des impacts sur la production agricole. ... The purpose of this study in the Northern Region of Burkina Faso is to ... (2008), l'impact du changement climatique ... Partant de la position géographique.

  13. LE MARCHE MONDIAL DU VIN ET LES NOUVELLES ORIENTATIONS DU MARKETING

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    Epuran Gheorghe

    2008-05-01

    Full Text Available Le marché mondial du vin est caractérisé par un développement sans précédent en ce qui concerne la production, mais aussi l’aire géographique qu’il comprend. La surproduction qui a tendance ŕ dégénérer en une crise est due premičrement ŕ l’apparition de nouveaux acteurs sur ce marché, c’est-ŕ-dire les pays du nouveau monde du vin: les Etats-Unis, le Chili, l’Afrique de Sud, l’Australie. Dans ce contexte, les grands producteurs traditionnels de l’Europe sont soumis ŕ une forte pression concurrentielle aussi bien sur leurs marchés qu’ŕ l’extérieur. Męme si en matičre d’image et de notoriété les vins de ces pays sont restés encore trčs connus, les pays du nouveau monde des vins ont réussi, par un marketing «ŕ l’américain», ŕ pénétrer en force sur plusieurs marchés, inclusivement sur les pays qui étaient pas traditionnellement consommateurs de vins (la Russie, la Chine, etc..

  14. Un Genevois coopte a la tete du Front islamique du salut

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    Merckling, N

    2002-01-01

    "Le Front islamique du salut (FIS), a nomme a la tete de ce parti fondamentaliste un resident genevois, Mourad Dhani, chois parmi trois candidats. Ce physicien algerien est arrive a Geneve il y a 14 ans pour travailler au CERN (1 page).

  15. La reconstruction du sourcil par greffon composite du cuir chevelu: une astuce pour faciliter la technique

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    El Omari, Mounia; El Mazouz, Samir; Gharib, Noureddine; EL Abbassi, Abdallah

    2015-01-01

    Les sourcils jouent un rôle important dans l’équilibre esthétique du visage. Leur reconstruction ou ophriopoïése, après séquelle de brûlure fait partie intégrante du programme de réhabilitation de la face brûlée. Plusieurs techniques ont été décrites. Nous insistons ici sur l'intérêt d'une technique simple, à la portée de tous les chirurgiens, et dont la méthode et les résultats peuvent être améliorés par un dessin bien planifié des zones donneuse et receveuse: la greffe composite prélevée au niveau du cuir chevelu dessinée à l'aide d'un calque du sourcil controlatéral. PMID:26401195

  16. ETUDE DU COMPORTEMENT MECANIQUE DU BETON CELLULAIRE AUTOCLAVE PRODUIT EN ALGERIE

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    2002-12-01

    Full Text Available Ce travail présente une étude expérimentale du comportement mécanique du béton cellulaire autoclavé. L’étude est portée essentiellement sur une série d’essais mécaniques en compression quasistatique à différentes vitesses de déformation variables entre 10-4 s-1 et 10 s-1 et à deux états différents (état sec et état saturé d’eau. En général, l’augmentation de la vitesse de déformation donne une augmentation de la contrainte critique du béton cellulaire autoclavé. Le béton cellulaire autoclavé présente une sensibilité à la vitesse de déformation positive. La valeur du module d’élasticité est proche de la valeur standard (1.5 GPa pour un béton cellulaire autoclavé de masse volumique égale à 500-550 kg/m3.

  17. Relationship Among Service Quality, Customer Satisfaction, and Renewal Intentions in Recreation Theme Park in Greece

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    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Theme parks are a very popular form of recreation around the world. They are focused on one or more central themes and they are expected to attract significant investing interest in the following years. The purpose of this research was to study the effect of service quality concerning the satisfaction of the participants in a theme park and their renewal participating intentions. The survey involved 272 adults in a theme park. The questionnaire of Chang and Lee (2004, adapted to the needs of the theme park, was used to evaluate the quality, the satisfaction and the renewal intentions of the participants. Results showed a significant positive relationship among quality, satisfaction and renewal intentions, while partial correlations showed moderate positive relationship among these factors, the management of the theme parks should take all this into account for the proper designing and improvement of the services they provide.

  18. La préparation et le passage du recensement du Soudan 2008

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    Eric Denis

    2008-06-01

    Full Text Available Les opérations de comptage du 5e recensement de la population du Soudan viennent de s'achever. Elles se devaient d'aller à la rencontre des quelques 38 millions d'habitants du plus étendu des pays d'Afrique avec un questionnaire unique. Elles étaient conduites par deux institutions statistiques, l'une au Nord et l'autre au Sud. Le principe du recensement  a été scellé dans les accords de paix qui ont mis fin à la guerre civile entre le Sud et le Nord Soudan en 2005. Les résultats sont extrêmement attendus puisqu'ils doivent servir de base pour déterminer le partage des revenus pétroliers, préparer les élections législatives de 2009 et le référendum d'auto-détermination du Sud en 2011. Autant d'enjeux, les multiples conflits identitaires et pour l'accès, le contrôle et la redistribution des ressources à toutes les échelles et sur toutes les marges du Soudan font du recensement un catalyseur et finalement un révélateur des limites tragiques de la gouvernance ethnocratique.The Fith population census enumeration operations have just been achieved. They have to meet the 38 millions inhabitants of the largest countries of Africa with a unique questionnaire shared by two statistical institutions, one in the North and a second for the South. The census is a milestone of the peace agreement of 2005 that put an end to the civil war between the Nord and the South. The census results are extremely waited as they will determine the petrol dividend sharing, the parlement election of 2009 and the independence referendum of 2011. So much stakes, identity and ressources access, control and redistribution conflicts at all scales and in every sudanese margin are pushing the census to catalyse and finally reveal the tragical limits of an ethnocratic governance.

  19. Developpement du systeme de gestion des ressources humaines ...

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    Dans l'optique du pilotage de la performance, une évaluation régulière du système ... Lacs Health District faced different issues in human resources management ... management, the policy and practice for the welfare of the human resources, ...

  20. Cyber Dhaba: un kiosque internet en Inde du Nord

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    2002-01-01

    Il y a deux ans, l'association Orient Yourself installait un PC connecté sous un banyan sacré, dans un village agricole du Rajasthan (Inde du Nord). Claire Dixsaut dirige ELSE, elle est membre fondateur de l'association Orient Yourself.

  1. Role of Du Channel in Treating Senile Dementia

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    2006-01-01

    @@ The author believes that senile dementia is very closely related to not only deficiency of the liver and kidney, but also Eight Extra Channels, Du Channel in particular. Nourishing the liver and kidney and clearing Du Channel in the treatment can greatly enhance the therapeutic effect.

  2. Du Yuzhou Art Exhibition Will Open in the United Nations

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    2007-01-01

    From June 5th to 15th 2007,the headquarters of the United Nations will enjoy a show time of Du Yuzhou works,where works of photograph and painting will be exhibited. Mr.Yuzhou Du,President of the China National

  3. Le devenir actif du corps affectif

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    Pascal Séverac

    2005-09-01

    Full Text Available Le but de cet article est de saisir ce que signifie, pour le corps, être actif. À partir de la proposition 49 de la partie IV de l’Éthique, on propose de distinguer deux manières d’appréhender le corps – soit comme corps organique, soit comme corps affectif -, et l’on montre que la question éthique du devenir actif s’adresse à la dimension affective du corps. Il faut penser le devenir actif du corps affectif comme augmentation de son aptitude non seulement à affecter, mais aussi à être affecté. En effet, être affecté pour le corps n’est pas identique à pâtir : au contraire, plus est grande l’ouverture sensible d’un corps aux autres corps, plus est grande son activité éthique.The aim of this paper is to understand how the body can be active. With the proposition 49 of the fourth part of Ethics, two ways of conceiving of the body are distinguished : like an organic body or like an affective body. The ethics question of becoming active is about the affective body. This becoming active must be understood as increasing of the ability to affect, as well as to be affected. To be affected is different from to be passive. On the contrary, the more the body is able to be affected, the more he becomes active.

  4. Le pari du numérique

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    Marie-Françoise Durand

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available En lançant ce premier numéro du Ceriscope, le Centre de recherches et d’études internationales (CERI et l’Atelier de cartographie de Sciences Po ont conscience de relever un défi. Engagés dans l’analyse scientifique des sociétés du monde, le CERI, en tant que centre de recherche, et l’Atelier de cartographie, en sa qualité de concepteurs de cartes, entendent faire accéder un grand nombre de lecteurs à leurs productions en utilisant la gratuité d’Internet. L’avantage d’une publication en ligne par rapport au livre papier ne se résume évidemment pas à la gratuité. Elle permet en effet un usage plus souple de la lecture en autorisant, grâce à l’indexation par mots clés, une recherche à l’intérieur des textes. Elle offre ensuite une rapidité de mise à jour des connaissances qui, compte tenu de l’évolution de l’économie et des sociétés, sont vite touchées par l’obsolescence. Les contributions mises en ligne seront ainsi actualisées et de nouvelles publications pourront les développer et les enrichir au fil du temps. La publication en ligne permet enfin les réactions des lecteurs qui deviennent ainsi des « acteurs » de la publication.

  5. Oncoplastie avec conservation mammaire dans le traitement du cancer du sein: à propos de 16 cas

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    Bouzoubaa, Wail; Laadioui, Meryam; Jayi, Sofia; Alaoui, Fatime Zahra Fdili; Bouguern, Hakima; Chaara, Hikmat; Melhouf, Moulay Abdelilah

    2015-01-01

    Le cancer du sein est actuellement le cancer le plus fréquent chez la femme, et pose un véritable problème diagnostique et thérapeutique. Le dépistage des lésions à un stade de plus en plus précoce, a permis une extension des indications du traitement conservateur radiochirurgical, qui était initialement limitées aux tumeurs de moins de 3 cm, unifocales, non inflammatoires. Par ailleurs, l'utilisation de traitements préopératoires permet d’étendre les indications du traitement conservateur à des tumeurs plus volumineuses. Parallèlement à cette extension des indications de conservation mammaire, on a observé le développement de nouvelles approches thérapeutiques notamment la chirurgie oncoplastique, technique du ganglion sentinelle et chirurgie stéréotaxique, dont les résultats initiaux sont très encouragent. A travers cette étude réalisée dans le service de gynécologie et obstétrique II du CHU HASSAN II de FES au MAROC, après l'analyse rétrospective de 16 patientes traitées par traitement conservateur et oncoplastie, nous avons voulus montrer notre aptitude a réalisé ses techniques chirurgicales et a bien prendre en charge ces patientes, mais aussi évaluer ces techniques en termes de résultat carcinologique et de résultat esthétique, aussi en terme de survie globale, survie sans métastase et en termes de récidive locale entre les plasties mammaires et les traitements usuels: mastectomie et traitement conservateur classique. PMID:26430477

  6. Perception de la gestion du paysage

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    Martin Coy

    2009-03-01

    Full Text Available Complex landscape management instruments based on a dynamic, innovative land-conservation paradigm and spatial zoning to provide for graded intensity of protection and human use are being implemented in the newer generation of biosphere reserves and biosphere parks. The multifunctionality of these exemplary landscapes with sustainable development is a great challenge; it also offers considerable potential for conflict. This paper intends to demonstrate the extent to which multifunctionality has been realised in the alpine Großes Walsertal Biosphere Park, and how the local population perceive the quality of their park five years after it was created. Landscape management efforts in the Großes Walsertal were monitored by accompanying regional-economic and perceptional studies, resulting in a discussion of required future actions.Des instruments complexes de gestion du paysage, fondés sur un paradigme dynamique et innovant de conservation ainsi que sur un zonage de l’espace visant à réguler la protection du territoire et son utilisation par l’homme, ont été mis en œuvre dans la dernière génération de réserves de biosphère et de parcs. La multifonctionnalité de ces paysages exemplaires du développement durable constitue un défi majeur, mais représente également une importante source de conflits. L’objectif de cet article est de démontrer dans quelle mesure la notion de multifonctionnalité a été appliquée à la réserve de biosphère alpine de Grosse Walsertal et d’évaluer comment la population locale perçoit la qualité de son parc, cinq ans après sa création. Les efforts de gestion du paysage dans la réserve de Grosse Walsertal ont été évalués par des études économiques régionales et par des enquêtes de perception, à l’origine d’un débat sur les actions futures à mettre en place.

  7. Modos de ver. Du Bois y Fanon

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    Sandro Mezzadra

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available The sovereignty of glance and the primacy of sight represent the Western modern culture far beyond its artistic expression, organizing its philosophical and political conceptuality. They deeply influence the way in which subjects are conceived and constructed in Western modernity. This is the point of departure of the long-distance dialogue between W. E. B. Du Bois and Frantz Fanon staged in the article. Their political thought and militancy developed against the background of experiences – such as slavery and colonialism – characterized by process of construction of subjectivities which appear as “anomalous” with regard to the “standards” set by Modernity.

  8. QUELQUES RESULTATS SUR LA COMMANDE DU CHEMOSTAT

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    ROBLEDO VELOSO, GONZALO

    2006-01-01

    L'Introduction est essentiellement consacrée á dresser un aperçu de la modélisation de quelques processus biologiques dans le chemostat, á introduire les notions de base de la théorie de la comniande (commandabilité, stabilisation asymptotique, ensemble atteignable) et á montrer á quoi elles correspondent dans le cas spécifique du chemostat. Pour cela nous avons partagé l'introduction en deux parties: la premiére partie décrit le modéle de compétition dans le chemostat (section 1.1) ...

  9. Generic 'du' in time and context

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    Jensen, Torben Juel

    2017-01-01

    speakers, and that variation also prevails within a micro-diachronic perspective (between conversations recorded within a few months, and even within the same conversation). The results emphasise that great caution should be exercised when taking the difference between two pieces of attested language use......This article considers the way individual speakers respond to a macro-level process of language change: an increased use of the second-person pronoun du for generic reference. Real time panel studies show that life span change is much more common than is often assumed, particularly among adult...

  10. Environmental behaviour and bioavailability of Depleted Uranium (DU) material

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    Oeh, U.; Gerstmann, U.; Schimmack, W.; Szymczak, W.; Li, W.B.; Hoellriegl, V.; Roth, P.; Paretzke, H.G. [GSF - National Research Center for Environment and Health, Inst. of Radiation Protection, Neuherberg (Germany)

    2005-07-01

    This work was performed to assess a possible health risk of depleted uranium (DU) for residents and KFOR personnel serving on the Balkans. Therefore, the environmental behaviour and bioavailability of DU material have been explored. In order to investigate the environmental impact of DU ammunition, leaching experiments were carried out. DU penetrators were buried in soil filled in columns. The soil was irrigated (16 mm/week) and the uranium isotopes {sup 238}U and {sup 235}U which were washed out and transported into the eluate were determined by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS). After one year, an average of 1.7% of the original DU material corroded. About 40% of the corrosion products were located on the surface of the penetrator, 60% were recovered in the soil. On the other hand, only very small amounts of the DU material could be found in the eluate (about 1 ppm per year) suggesting a low solubility of DU and the corrosion products and/or a strong sorption to the soil. In another part of the study, the solubility of DU material in human body fluids was investigated to assess the bioavailability after oral intake and inhalation of DU particles. Therefore, DU corrosion products were powdered and incubated in artificial gastric juice and simulated lung fluid. About three-fourths of the DU material was dissolved in artificial gastric juice after 30 minutes. This fraction could not be increased, even when the incubation time was extended to 120 minutes. The dissolution of DU material in artificial lung fluid showed a distinct bi-phasic course with a readily soluble fraction and a fraction of very low solubility. These findings suggest that the DU corrosion products consist mainly of two types of uranium oxides, hexavalent and fast soluble compounds and tetravalent compounds with low solubility. Additional measurements with time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry (TOF-SIMS) of DU corrosion material support this conclusion. The resulting

  11. Themes of Lust and Love in Popular Music Lyrics From 1971 to 2011

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    Yasaman Madanikia

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available We explored themes related to sexual desire (lust and romantic desire (love in the lyrics of popular music over the past 40 years. We examined whether there have been changes in the prevalence of lust and love themes and changes in how these themes inter-relate in music lyrics over time. The study sample consisted of the top 40 songs of Billboard Year End Hot 100 single songs for every 5 years from 1971 to 2011 (N = 360. There was a linear decrease over time in the proportion of songs with a love theme and in the proportion of songs with a combination of lust and love themes. In contrast, there was a significant increase in the proportion of songs with a theme focusing on lust in the absence of love. Themes of lust in the absence of love were especially prevalent in hip-hop/rap music, although music genre did not account for the changing themes over time. These shifts in themes found in popular music may both influence cultural norms and reflect a cultural shift toward acceptance of sexuality outside of love relationships.

  12. Fair,Kind,and True is All My Argument--On the Theme of Shakespeare's Sonnets

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    The emphasis of the paper is the theme of the works:"fair,kind,and true is all my argument",for the theme is the spirit of the Sonnets.Only when one understands the theme,can one fully realize the literary and artistic value of Shakespeare's Sonnets.The perfect unity of"fair,kind and true"is the ideal state of Shakespeare's life.The sonnets which reinforce the theme are really"the rarest pearls of Elizabethan poetry".

  13. Data-Driven Contextual Valence Shifter Quantification for Multi-Theme Sentiment Analysis

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    Yu, Hongkun; Shang, Jingbo; Hsu, Meichun; Castellanos, Malú; Han, Jiawei

    2017-01-01

    Users often write reviews on different themes involving linguistic structures with complex sentiments. The sentiment polarity of a word can be different across themes. Moreover, contextual valence shifters may change sentiment polarity depending on the contexts that they appear in. Both challenges cannot be modeled effectively and explicitly in traditional sentiment analysis. Studying both phenomena requires multi-theme sentiment analysis at the word level, which is very interesting but significantly more challenging than overall polarity classification. To simultaneously resolve the multi-theme and sentiment shifting problems, we propose a data-driven framework to enable both capabilities: (1) polarity predictions of the same word in reviews of different themes, and (2) discovery and quantification of contextual valence shifters. The framework formulates multi-theme sentiment by factorizing the review sentiments with theme/word embeddings and then derives the shifter effect learning problem as a logistic regression. The improvement of sentiment polarity classification accuracy demonstrates not only the importance of multi-theme and sentiment shifting, but also effectiveness of our framework. Human evaluations and case studies further show the success of multi-theme word sentiment predictions and automatic effect quantification of contextual valence shifters. PMID:28232874

  14. Rethinking Social Justice and Adult Education for Welcoming, Inclusive Communities: Synthesis of Themes

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    Lange, Elizabeth; Baillie Abidi, Catherine

    2015-01-01

    This chapter summarizes the key themes across the articles on transnational migration, social inclusion, and adult education, using Nancy Fraser's framework of redistributive, recognitive, and representational justice.

  15. Rethinking Social Justice and Adult Education for Welcoming, Inclusive Communities: Synthesis of Themes

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    Lange, Elizabeth; Baillie Abidi, Catherine

    2015-01-01

    This chapter summarizes the key themes across the articles on transnational migration, social inclusion, and adult education, using Nancy Fraser's framework of redistributive, recognitive, and representational justice.

  16. Le kyste hydatique du cordon spermatique : une localisation exceptionnelle

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    Mohamed Moncef Hamdane

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available L� hydatidose est une anthropozoonose due au developpement chez l�homme de la forme larvaire du taenia Echinococcus granulosis. La plupart des kystes hydatiques se localisent dans le foie et les poumons. Le kyste hydatique du cordon spermatique est extremement rare avec seulement 4 cas rapportes dans la litterature. Les auteurs rapportent dans cet article un nouveau cas d�hydatidose du cordon spermatique. Il s�agissait d�un homme de 40 ans qui consultait pour des douleurs scrotales evoluant depuis huit mois. L�examen clinique a mis en evidence une tumefaction mobile, inguino-scrotale, droite. L�echographie testiculaire a objective une hernie inguinale droite associee a deux kystes epididymaires bilateraux. Le patient a ete opere pour cure de son hernie avec decouverte en per-operatoire d�un kyste du cordon spermatique qui a ete reseque. L�examen anatomopathologique a conclu a une hydatidose du cordon spermatique.

  17. Luminescence de transfert de charge dans les composés oxyfluorés du molybdène, du tungstène, du niobum et du tantale

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    Zhang, Hong Jie

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    Non disponible; Les caractéristique de la luminescence de transfert de charge de composés oxifluorés du niobium, du tantale, du molybdène et du tungstène ont été déterminées. L'influence de la coordinence de l'élément de transition et du mode d'assemblage des polyèdres de coordination a été examinée. Contrairement aux oxydes homologués, les phases comportant des ions alcalins peuvent présenter un rendement de luminescence élevé à 300 K lorsque les groupements oxifluorés sont isolés (ex. K3NbO...

  18. Festival du rire de Genève

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    Connaissez-vous le Festival du rire de Genève ? La deuxième édition aura lieu du 25 au 28 mars 2015 au Casino-Théâtre à Carouge. Côté programmation, Marc Donnet-Monay ouvre les festivités avant trois autres soirées de folie et d’humour que nous vous laissons le soin de découvrir dans le programme : http://www.rire-geneve.ch/#programme. Réduction de 30% sur l’achat de places pour les membres du personnel du CERN. Pour cela, il suffit de se rendre sur la billetterie en ligne de notre site : www.rire-geneve.ch et d’utiliser le code promotionnel. Contacter le secrétariat de l’Association du personnel (Staff.Association@cern.ch) pour connaitre ce code promotionnel.

  19. Variations on a theme of q-oscillator

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    Pashaev, Oktay K.

    2015-06-01

    We present several ideas in the direction of physical interpretation of q- and f-oscillators as nonlinear oscillators. First we show that an arbitrary one-dimensional integrable system in action-angle variables can be naturally represented as a classical and quantum f-oscillator. As an example, the semi-relativistic oscillator as a descriptive of the Landau levels for relativistic electron in magnetic field is solved as an f-oscillator. By using dispersion relation for q-oscillator we solve the linear q-Schrödinger equation and corresponding nonlinear complex q-Burgers equation. The same dispersion allows us to construct integrable q-NLS model as a deformation of cubic NLS in terms of recursion operator of NLS hierarchy. A peculiar property of the model is to be completely integrable at any order of expansion in deformation parameter around q = 1. As another variation on the theme, we consider hydrodynamic flow in bounded domain. For the flow bounded by two concentric circles we formulate the two circle theorem and construct the solution as the q-periodic flow by non-symmetric q-calculus. Then we generalize this theorem to the flow in the wedge domain bounded by two arcs. This two circular-wedge theorem determines images of the flow by extension of q-calculus to two bases: the real one, corresponding to circular arcs and the complex one, with q as a primitive root of unity. As an application, the vortex motion in annular domain as a nonlinear oscillator in the form of classical and quantum f-oscillator is studied. Extending idea of q-oscillator to two bases with the golden ratio, we describe Fibonacci numbers as a special type of q-numbers with matrix Binet formula. We derive the corresponding golden quantum oscillator, nonlinear coherent states and Fock-Bargman representation. Its spectrum satisfies the triple relations, while the energy levels’ relative difference approaches asymptotically to the golden ratio and has no classical limit.

  20. The Balkan Theme in The Secret of Chimneys

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    Graham St. John Stott

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available In The Secret of Chimneys (1925 Agatha Christie uses the all too familiar Balkan stereotypes of backwardness and brigandage, but not – as was usually the case at the time – as an Other to illustrate British virtue, but as a mirror to British vice. It is Britain, not the fictional Herzoslovakia, that is a nation of brigands. Herzoslovakia remains relatively unknown, as none of the novel’s scenes take place there, but it is described by disinterested observers as democratic and prosperous. In London, however, the Foreign Office plans to overthrow its government to secure oil rights promised by a royal heir-in-exile to a London-based financial consortium. Keywords: Christie, Balkans, Romania, oil, brigandsAgatha Christie’s The Secret of Chimneys (1925 has been faulted for being on the one hand a frothy mix of Anthony Hope and P. G. Wodehouse (Thompson 143 and on the other a mishmash of popular ethnic, national and regional stereotypes – including those of the Balkans (Todorova 122. It is, however, a far more subtle work than such accounts suggest. Though the influence of Hope and Wodehouse can certainly be seen in the novel’s story of princes in disguise (reminiscent of The Prisoner of Zenda and a country house setting that would have reminded readers of Blandings, its main plot addresses an important theme –and in exploring it Christie takes the Balkans very seriously. Oil has been found in the Republic of Herzoslovakia and the Foreign Office, represented by George Lomax, has secured the pledge of the exiled Prince Michael Obolovitch “to grant certain oil concessions” to a consortium led by Herman Isaacstein if the Obolovitchs are restored to power. In other words: to secure those concessions the British Government has committed itself to the overthrow of Herzoslovakia’s government. The Foreign Office’s interest in the Balkans might not have surprised Christie’s readers. The Anglo-Iranian Oil Company had held a monopoly on

  1. Evaluation épidémiologique du programme genevois de dépistage du cancer du sein : 2007-2011

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    2014-01-01

    A l'instar de nombreux pays industrialisés, le cancer du sein est à Genève le cancer le plus fréquent (environ 460 cas par an) et la première cause de décès chez les femmes entre 45 et 55 ans. Depuis mars 1999, le Programme genevois de dépistage du cancer du sein a pour missions de promouvoir, d'organiser et de mener une action de prévention auprès de la population féminine du canton âgée de 50 à 69 ans. Ce rapport décrit l'évolution de 15 ans d'activité de dépistage (chapitre 2) et analys...

  2. Tourism and Water: Themes of the Alpine Convention

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    Imhof, R.

    2012-04-01

    1) The contribution reflects the personal opinion of the author and does not necessarily reflect the point of view of the Permanent Secretariat. The Alpine Convention is a multilateral framework treaty signed in 1991 by the eight states of the Alpine bow as well as the European Community. Its main objectives are the sustainable development of the Alpine territory and the safeguarding of the interests of the people living within it, embracing the environmental, social and economic dimensions in the broadest sense. In order to achieve its objectives, over the years the Framework Convention has been equipped with a large number of thematic protocols, e.g. on tourism. The overall objective of the Protocol on Tourism, which first came into force in 2002, is to contribute to sustainable development in the Alpine region within the existing institutional framework, by encouraging environmentally-friendly tourism through specific measures and recommendations which take the interests of both the local population and tourists into account. The provisions of the Protocol on Tourism primarily concern tourism management and controlling tourist flows, structural developments such as ski lifts and ski slopes, accommodation and the balanced development of economically weak areas. Guidelines, development plans, sectoral plans have to be adopted at the appropriate territorial level in order to enable to assess the impact of tourism development on, inter alia, water. This extends also to ski slopes developments. For example the production of artificial snow production may be authorized only if the location's hydrological, climatic and ecological conditions allow. Water is listed among the twelve themes in relation to which the Contracting Parties are supposed to take measures and coordinate their policies (Article 2 of the Framework Convention). The Alpine Convention aims to preserve and re-establish healthy water systems, especially keeping waters clean and protecting the natural

  3. La mathématique du physicien

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    Diu, Bernard

    2012-01-01

    " Le livre de la nature est écrit dans la langue mathématique, et ses caractères sont des triangles, des cercles et autres figures géométriques, sans lesquels il est humainement impossible d'en comprendre le moindre mot ". Ce célèbre aphorisme de Galilée a scellé l'alliance des mathématiques et de la physique. Et pourtant, trois siècles plus tard, Einstein se montrait plus sceptique. Dans ce livre, Bernard Diu montre que, en effet, si les mathématiques sont un instrument indispensable de la physique, elles n'en constituent pas le fondement. En multipliant les exemples, il marque la différence entre la mathématique du mathématicien et celle du physicien. Un livre de nature à remettre en question l'enseignement de la physique dans nos écoles et des sciences en général, soumis à l'hégémonie des mathématiques.

  4. Du Bois的对话句法

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    高彦梅

    2015-01-01

    日常口语交流过程中,人们会自觉不自觉地复用即时语境中前面说话人或历史上前人的词语、短语、句法结构等成分。这样便在自己和前面说话人的话语之间唤起了共鸣。Du Bois在Bakhtin的对话理论、Jakobson的平行理论和Harris的话语分析程序的启发之下,依据自然口语语料、从社会认知角度发展了对话句法理论,目的在于揭示人类交流过程中符号与符号之间并通过符号表达的介入结构。本文综合Du Bois以及相关学者过去三十年间对对话句法的研究,呈现对话句法理论的主体脉络。

  5. Rejets et environnement du CERN - 2005

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    Vojtyla, P

    2006-01-01

    La radioactivité de l’environnement autour de l’Organisation Européenne pour la Recherche Nucléaire (CERN) et les doses de rayonnements qui en résultent pour la population avoisinante sont contrôlées par la Commission de Sécurité du CERN et de manière indépendante par les autorités compétentes des deux États Hôtes, l’Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté Nucléaire (IRSN) côté France et l’Office Fédéral de la Santé Publique (OFSP) côté Suisse. Dans ce rapport, les résultats de mesures concernent en particulier le territoire suisse. L’ensemble des mesures effectuées en 2005 prouve que le fonctionnement des installations du CERN était sans conséquence radiologique sur l’environnement et la population. Le contrôle des émissions montre que les rejets effectifs se situent également en 2005 nettement en dessous des limites réglementaires. Ce constat est confirmé par le contrôle des immissions dans l’environnement. Le CERN a bien respecté en 2005 comme dans les ann�...

  6. From the coupling between ion beam analysis techniques and physico-chemical characterization methods to the study of irradiation effects on materials behaviour; Du couplage des techniques d'analyse par faisceaux d'ions et des methodes de caracterisation physico-chimique a l'etude des effets d'irradiation sur le comportement des materiaux

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    Millard-Pinard, N

    2003-07-01

    The general purpose of my research work is to follow and to interpret the surface evolution of materials, which have received several treatments. During my PhD and my post-doc work, my field of research was tribology. Since I arrived in the 'Aval du Cycle Electronucleaire' group of the Institut de Physique Nucleaire de Lyon, my research activities are in line with the CNRS program 'PACE ' (Programme sur l'Aval du Cycle Electronucleaire) within the ACTINET network. They are coordinated by the PARIS (Physico-chimie des actinides et autres radioelements en solution et aux interfaces) and NOMADE (NOuveaux MAteriaux pour les DEchets) GDR with ANDRA (Agence Nationale pour la gestion des Dechets RAdioactifs), EDF and IRSN (Institut de Radioprotection et de Surete Nucleaire) as partner organisations. My work focused on the study of fission products and actinides migration in barrier materials, which may be capable of assuring the long term safety of deep geological repositories. Until now, it was necessary to use the coupling of ion beam analysis techniques and physico-chemical characterization techniques. During the last few months, I have became interested in understanding radiolytic effects. This new orientation has led us to use ion beams as an irradiating tool. These irradiation experiments are pursued in three major projects. The study of cobalt sulfide inhibition effects of radiolysis gas production during the irradiation of model organic molecules. This is a collaboration with the IRSN, the Institut de Recherche sur la Catalyse and the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne. A PhD, co-directed by M. Pijolat from ENSMSE and myself, concerning this study will start in October 2003. Water radiolysis effects on iron corrosion are also studied in the particular case of vitrified nuclear waste containers, which will be stored in deep geological repositories. One ANDRA financed PhD, co-directed by Nathalie Moncoffre and myself, is

  7. Science Education and the Science-Technology-Society (S-T-S) Theme.

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    Bybee, Rodger W.

    1987-01-01

    Aims to clarify the relationship between science education and the science-technology-society (STS) theme and to develop a justification for the inclusion of the STS theme. Examines the current debate over definitions in science education, and provides an historical perspective of science education's purpose as a social institution. (TW)

  8. A Theme-Based Approach to Teaching Nonmajors Biology: Helping Students Connect Biology to Their Lives

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    Chaplin, Susan B.; Manske, Jill M.

    2005-01-01

    This article describes the curriculum for a highly student-centered human biology course constructed around a series of themes that enables the integration of the same basic paradigms found in a traditional survey lecture course without sacrificing essential content. The theme-based model enhances student interest, ability to integrate knowledge,…

  9. Analysis of High School Physics, Chemistry and Biology Curriculums in Terms of Scientific Literacy Themes

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    Erdogan, Melek Nur; Koseoglu, Fitnat

    2012-01-01

    The purpose of this study is to analyze 9th grade physics, chemistry and biology curriculums, which were implemented by the Ministry of Education since the academic year 2008-2009, in terms of scientific literacy themes and the balance of these themes and also to examine the quality of statements about objectives. Physics, chemistry, and biology…

  10. Trends in Themes of African American Family Research 1939-1989: A Synopsis.

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    Davis, Lenwood G.

    1990-01-01

    Themes in research on African-American families between 1939 and 1989 are discussed, and the following recently developed themes are highlighted: (1) stress, (2) aging, (3) adoption, (4) prison, (5) polygamy, and (6) violence. Much more research is needed to provide better understanding of the African-American family. (SLD)

  11. Incorporating Partner Practice and Writing and Self-Regulation into the Theme Scheme Program.

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    Williams, Joanna P.

    2003-01-01

    This article discusses activities developed for the "Theme Scheme," an instructional program for elementary and middle school children at risk for failure. "Theme Scheme" is a listening and reading comprehension program that uses peer-assisted learning strategies and writing exercises to teach students to understand text at an abstract,…

  12. Hispanic Graduate Students' Mentoring Themes: Gender Roles in a Bicultural Context

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    Rudolph, Bonnie A.; Castillo, Carlos P.; Garcia, Vanessa G.; Martinez, Alina; Navarro, Fernando

    2015-01-01

    Male and female focus groups at a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) discussed mentoring of Hispanic graduate students. Using Thematic Analysis, investigators identified three main themes: Relationship Initiation and Development, Valued Relationship Qualities, and Context and Barriers. Relationship themes included mentor openness, trust,…

  13. What to Make of the Five-Paragraph Theme: History of the Genre and Implications

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    Tremmel, Michelle

    2011-01-01

    In this article, the author traces the history of the five-paragraph theme and the views about it, along with arguing for its elimination in writing instruction in favor of problem-based, "rich-task" writing experiences for students. She intends to bring together various voices on theme writing across time along with some key bits of the history…

  14. Rock and Roll! Using Classic Rock as a Guide to Fantasy-Theme Analysis

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    Waite, Lisa

    2008-01-01

    This article presents an activity which makes use of Don McLean's song "American Pie," to engage students in fantasy-theme analysis. This discussion ultimately demonstrates how reality is constructed to satisfy the views shared by groups and individuals. Fantasy-theme analysis argues that audiences frequently shape their own connotation of an…

  15. Common Themes in the Experiences of Mother-Daughter Incest Survivors: Implications for Counseling.

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    Ogilvie, Beverly; Daniluk, Judith

    1995-01-01

    Studied mother-daughter incest. Common themes were extracted from in-depth interviews with survivors of mother-perpetrated sexual abuse, some of which parallel the experience of survivors of other forms of child sexual abuse, and some of which are more specific to mother-daughter incest. Discusses themes and counseling implications. (JBJ)

  16. Using the Five Themes of Geography To Teach about Venezuela and Mexico.

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    Sunal, Cynthia Szymanski; Christensen, Lois

    Activities that employ the five themes of geography--location, place, relationships within places, movement, and regions--to teach about Venezuela and Mexico are described in this document. Each theme has objectives, a list of materials, and three types of activities--exploration, invention, and expansion. Background information on Venezuela and…

  17. Adolescent Reading Preferences for Type of Theme and Sex of Character.

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    Beyard-Tyler, Karen C.; Sullivan, Howard J.

    1980-01-01

    Details two studies that investigated adolescents' preferences for type of theme and sex of character in contemporary realistic fiction. Concludes that (1) subjects showed preference for themes in which the central problem was resolved successfully, and (2) boys preferred to read about males and girls preferred to read about females. (MKM)

  18. Methodology & Themes of Human-Robot Interaction: A Growing Research Field

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    2008-11-01

    Full Text Available This article discusses challenges of Human-Robot Interaction, which is a highly inter- and multidisciplinary area. Themes that are important in current research in this lively and growing field are identified and selected work relevant to these themes is discussed.

  19. Themes Caribbean Overseas Students Perceive Influence Their Levels of Culture Shock

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    Edwards-Joseph, Arline; Baker, Stanley B.

    2012-01-01

    This study investigated whether or not Caribbean overseas students, attending universities in the United States, perceived that they experienced culture shock and what themes emerged explaining their experiences. Thirty-eight participants indicated having experienced culture shock, and 20 did not. Five major themes (loneliness and feelings of not…

  20. Hispanic Graduate Students' Mentoring Themes: Gender Roles in a Bicultural Context

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    Rudolph, Bonnie A.; Castillo, Carlos P.; Garcia, Vanessa G.; Martinez, Alina; Navarro, Fernando

    2015-01-01

    Male and female focus groups at a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) discussed mentoring of Hispanic graduate students. Using Thematic Analysis, investigators identified three main themes: Relationship Initiation and Development, Valued Relationship Qualities, and Context and Barriers. Relationship themes included mentor openness, trust,…

  1. Drug Themes in Fiction. National Institute on Drug Abuse Research Issues 10.

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    Diehl, Digby

    This essay is a survey of selected literary works of fiction with drug-related thematic content. The themes represented in the survey reflect popular American attitudes toward drugs from pre-World War II through the 1970's. The roots of these themes, beginning with 17th century French cultural attitudes are explained. The subject has been treated…

  2. Themes Caribbean Overseas Students Perceive Influence Their Levels of Culture Shock

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    Edwards-Joseph, Arline; Baker, Stanley B.

    2012-01-01

    This study investigated whether or not Caribbean overseas students, attending universities in the United States, perceived that they experienced culture shock and what themes emerged explaining their experiences. Thirty-eight participants indicated having experienced culture shock, and 20 did not. Five major themes (loneliness and feelings of not…

  3. The Impact of Fantasy Theme Methodology on the Study of Political Communication.

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    Larson, Charles U.

    In 1972 Ernest Bormann and his students were in the process of developing and applying what was later called "fantasy theme analysis" to various kinds of communication including the political campaign communication of 1972. Fantasy theme methodology ultimately developed into "Symbolic Convergence Theory," which has generated a…

  4. More than Carpe Diem On the Theme of To his Coy Mistress

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    赵金凤

    2008-01-01

    Andrew Marvell's famous poem To his Coy Mistress is commonly considered a seduction poem with the theme of carpe diem.The poet's massive dependence on the sexual imagery,the images of time,eternity,and the decomposition,however,transcends the tradition of the usual carpe diem theme of seduction poem,unfolding the pessimism clad in the erotic overcoat.

  5. Where Are We Now? An Updated Review of the School Counseling Literature for Trends and Themes

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    Zagelbaum, Adam; Kruczek, Theresa; Alexander, Charlene; Crethar, Hugh

    2014-01-01

    The present study is a follow-up to an earlier investigation of themes and trends in school counseling journals. The original study examined articles pre- and post-merger of the American School Counseling Association (ASCA) journal(s) for content reflecting themes evolving from the Education Trust Initiative. This study evaluated literature…

  6. Simulacra and simulation: double simulation at a North Song Dynasty theme park

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    Ong, C.E.; Jin, Ge

    2017-01-01

    This paper examines an unusual type of ‘cultural theme park’, one that is not based on simulating existing cultural diversity or historical places, but based in some senses on a ‘double simulation’. The theme park is based on an historical painting assumed to represent the North Song Dynasty period

  7. Perspectives of Social Justice Activists: Advocating against Native-Themed Mascots, Nicknames, and Logos

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    Steinfeldt, Jesse A.; Foltz, Brad D.; LaFollette, Julie R.; White, Mattie R.; Wong, Y. Joel; Steinfeldt, Matthew Clint

    2012-01-01

    This study investigated perspectives of social justice activists who directly advocate for eliminating Native-themed mascots, nicknames, and logos. Using consensual qualitative research methodology, the research team analyzed transcripts of interviews conducted with 11 social justice activists to generate themes, categories, and domains within the…

  8. What Goes around Comes around: Re-Emerging Themes in Sport and Exercise Psychology

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    Weiss, Maureen R.; Gill, Diane L.

    2005-01-01

    Sport and exercise psychology research appearing in Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport (RQES) over the past 75 years can be characterized by re-emerging themes--hot topics in the 1930s remain hot topics now. Re-emerging themes include sportsmanship/moral development, social development/significant others, self-perceptions,…

  9. Reality Construction at the Family/Society Interface: The Internalization of Family Themes and Values.

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    Berg, Dale H.

    1985-01-01

    Addresses issue of socialization of the young for participation in society by viewing the family as a micro-society. Congruence between family themes and societally shared meanings is considered, utilizing ideas from the social construction of reality theories of Berger and Luckmann (1966). Three ideal-types of family themes are developed relative…

  10. 77 FR 43117 - Meeting of the Cold War Advisory Committee for the Cold War Theme Study

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    2012-07-23

    ... National Park Service Meeting of the Cold War Advisory Committee for the Cold War Theme Study AGENCY... with the Federal Advisory Committee Act, 5 U.S.C. Appendix, that the Cold War Advisory Committee for the Cold War Theme Study will conduct a teleconference meeting on August 3, 2012. Members of the...

  11. A Synthesis of Spiritual Intelligence Themes from Islamic and Western Philosophical Perspectives.

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    Hanefar, Shamsiah Banu; Sa'ari, Che Zarrina; Siraj, Saedah

    2016-12-01

    Spiritual intelligence is an emerging term that is widely discussed and accepted as one of the main components that addresses and solves many life problems. Nonetheless there is no specific study being done to synthesize the spiritual intelligence themes from Western and Islamic philosophical perspectives. This research aimed to identify common spiritual intelligence themes from these two perspectives and elucidated its contents by the view of two well-known Islamic scholars; al-Ghazali and Hasan Langgulung. Seven spiritual intelligence themes were identified through thematic analysis; meaning/purpose of life, consciousness, transcendence, spiritual resources, self-determination, reflection-soul purification and spiritual coping with obstacles. These findings will be the groundwork for centered theory of spiritual intelligence themes that synthesize the Islamic and Western philosophical perspectives. It is hoped that this study will contribute significantly to the development of valid and reliable spiritual intelligence themes beyond the social and cultural boundaries.

  12. Prospective study of the course of delusional themes in first-episode non-affective psychosis

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    Ellersgaard, Ditte; Mors, Ole; Thorup, Anne

    2014-01-01

    AIM: The stability of delusional themes in psychotic disorders is only sparsely lit. The study aims to investigate the stability of delusional themes over a period of time in patients with first-episode non-affective psychosis. METHODS: The data were drawn from a randomized controlled trial of 547...... first-episode patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders, the OPUS trial. A subsample of 411 patients met our inclusion criteria. They were interviewed at the time of first treatment contact, and at years 1, 2 and 5 after onset. The delusional themes of the 411 patients were classified by applying...... principal component analysis to the patients' scores on 12 items of delusions from the Scale for the Assessment of Positive Symptoms in Schizophrenia, SAPS. The course of the patients' predominant delusional themes was analysed afterwards. RESULTS: The 12 delusional themes from SAPS were converted into five...

  13. Creative choices and fan practices in the transformation of theme park space

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    Carissa Ann Baker

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available This article describes and interprets fan activities within the theme park space related to a particular fan object. It examines an evolving paradigm wherein the role of theme park visitors is changed. Rather than being perceived as observers of spectacles, they can participate and interact with the environment in new ways. An example of this is Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom (2012, an interactive role-playing quest and collector card game at Disney's Magic Kingdom Park in Florida. Fans participate in a variety of practices that have dynamically redefined theme park activities. Together, management, designers, and fans have cocreated and reconstructed the theme park experience as one of exploration and participation. Despite multiple levels of control, fans will likewise persist in engagement with activities (in park and online that help shape and interrogate the theme park space.

  14. Principes de base du fonctionnement du réseau GSM

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    2004-01-01

    Si la téléphonie mobile se banalise aujourd'hui, on le doit à la conjonction de l'avènement du numérique, à l'accroissement des performances des semi-conducteurs et à différentes avancées technologiques. Mais le facteur déterminant fut sans doute la cristallisation autour de la norme GSM issue d'un effort soutenu de standardisation mené à l'ETSI (Organe européen de normalisation en télécommunications, créé à l'initiative du Conseil des ministres). Dans cet article, nous passerons en revue...

  15. Classification moléculaire du cancer du sein au Maroc

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    Fouad, Abbass; Yousra, Akasbi; Kaoutar, Znati; Omar, El Mesbahi; Afaf, Amarti; Sanae, Bennis

    2012-01-01

    Introduction La classification moléculaire des cancers du sein basée sur l'expression génique puis sur le profil protéique a permis de distinguer cinq groupes moléculaires: luminal A, luminal B, Her2/neu, basal-like et non-classées. L'objectif de cette étude réalisée au CHU Hassan II de Fès est de classer 335 cancers du sein infiltrant en groupes moléculaires, puis de les corréler avec les caractéristiques clinicopathologiques. Méthodes Etude rétrospective étalée sur 45 mois, comportant 335 p...

  16. Impact du stress hydrique sur le fonctionnement hydraulique foliaire du peuplier Populus tremula x alba

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    Daaboul, Philippe

    2015-01-01

    Afin d’aborder l’impact du stress hydrique sur le fonctionnement hydraulique foliaire, des plants de Populus tremula x alba ont été soumis à un stress hydrique modéré ou sévère pendant une semaine par ajout de PEG dans la solution nutritive. La mesure de paramètres écophysiologiques et moléculaires tissus spécifiques a permis de dégager plusieurs tendances sur la caractérisation de l’influence du stress. Les deux types de stress n’ont que peu d’impact sur la croissance et la capacité de synth...

  17. Caractérisation du canal de propagation dans le contexte d'usine du futur

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    Traoré, Albekaye; Boeglen, Hervé; Boria, Sébastien; Vauzelle, Rodolphe

    2016-01-01

    National audience; Nos travaux de recherche s'inscrivent dans le contexte de l'usine du futur des lignes d'assemblages finaux du groupe Airbus. Ce projet vise à numériser et à automatiser le processus d'assemblage d'un avion à travers des robots collaboratifs, des robots autonomes, de la réalité augmentée, des outils connectés et des opérateurs humains. L'ensemble de ces agents doit échanger des commandes de gestion, de contrôle et de surveillance au sein d'un Réseau de Capteurs Sans Fil (RCS...

  18. Effets du chlorure de cadmium et du chromate de plomb sur deux mollusques bivalves

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    Ballan-dufrancais, C.; Jeantet, A.y.; Martoja, R; Truchet, M

    1985-01-01

    La contamination expérimentale d'huîtres par le chlorure de cadmium (500 µg/1 pendant 7 et 26 jours) ne cause aucune lésion histologique ou cytologique, mais elle accélère la déplétion testiculaire et, dans quelques cas, s'oppose au stockage du glycogène. L'excellente résistance des huîtres est due à l'efficacité de deux types de mécanismes de détoxication. Le premier consiste en une immobilisation du cadmium, dans les organes absorbants, dans un état chimique stable et inerte sur le plan mét...

  19. Étude comparée du Liber Judiciorum et du Fuero Juzgo

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    Estelle MAINTIER-VERMOREL

    2009-01-01

    Étant donné sa situation géographique, entre l’Europe et le monde arable, la Castille a joué un rôle particulièrement important, au Moyen Âge, dans le cadre des activités de traduction - notamment avec la célèbre École de Tolède ou les ateliers d’Alphonse X. Cette étude est centrée sur l’une de ces traductions, réalisée sous le règne de Ferdinand III, qui a représenté un point de départ dans le passage des textes officiels du latin au romance. Il s’agit du Fuero Juzgo, un ensemble de lois oct...

  20. Roman contre roman dans l’organisation du manuscrit du Vatican, Regina Latina 1725

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    Francis Gingras

    2012-08-01

    Full Text Available Alors que les développements structuralistes et post-structuralistes ont favorisé la “textualisation” de la littérature médiévale, l’auteur suggère que la recontextualisation de la réception du roman médiéval passe par un retour aux manuscrits. Appliquée au manuscrit du Vatican, Regina Latina 1725, cette hypothèse de recherche révèle une technique de contrepoint que permet la juxtaposition de différents romans et dont, en dernier recours, le lecteur est toujours un peu juge.

  1. Prospective study of the course of delusional themes in first-episode non-affective psychosis.

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    Ellersgaard, Ditte; Mors, Ole; Thorup, Anne; Jørgensen, Per; Jeppesen, Pia; Nordentoft, Merete

    2014-11-01

    The stability of delusional themes in psychotic disorders is only sparsely lit. The study aims to investigate the stability of delusional themes over a period of time in patients with first-episode non-affective psychosis. The data were drawn from a randomized controlled trial of 547 first-episode patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders, the OPUS trial. A subsample of 411 patients met our inclusion criteria. They were interviewed at the time of first treatment contact, and at years 1, 2 and 5 after onset. The delusional themes of the 411 patients were classified by applying principal component analysis to the patients' scores on 12 items of delusions from the Scale for the Assessment of Positive Symptoms in Schizophrenia, SAPS. The course of the patients' predominant delusional themes was analysed afterwards. The 12 delusional themes from SAPS were converted into five groups using principal component analysis. At all three follow ups there were almost equal proportions of patients with the predominant delusion being from the same group of delusional themes as at baseline and of patients with the predominant delusion being from another group of delusional themes than at baseline. The predominant delusional theme at the time of first treatment contact was seen to be only of some predictive value to the predominant delusional theme at the later follow-up points in patients with first-episode non-affective psychosis. This stresses the importance of a systematic assessment of different delusional themes in the continued monitoring of early signs of psychotic relapse and at each psychotic episode. © 2013 Wiley Publishing Asia Pty Ltd.

  2. Micro-Trottoir à Genève à propos du CERN et du LHC

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    2009-01-01

    Questions : Qu'est-ce-que le LHC? Quelle est la fonction du LHC? Qu'est-ce-que le CERN? D'après vous, les recherches engendrées pour le LHC peuvent-elles ?tre bénéfiques, utiles pour la société? Où a été inventé le Web? Lieux : Forum Meyrin Université de Genève Genève Centre

  3. Sur la biologie du Castor du Rhône (Castor fiber L.)

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    Urbain, Achille

    1949-01-01

    Le Castor du Rhône ( Castor fiber L.) a été particulièrement bien étudié par de nombreux auteurs. VICTOR PIRAUD ¹) a donné d’intéressants renseignements sur ses moeurs; M. P. CORDIER ²) et A. HUGUES ³) ont fait aussi une étude appronfondie de cet animal et L. GERMAND 4) a fourni une description déta

  4. Sur la biologie du Castor du Rhône (Castor fiber L.)

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    Urbain, Achille

    1949-01-01

    Le Castor du Rhône ( Castor fiber L.) a été particulièrement bien étudié par de nombreux auteurs. VICTOR PIRAUD ¹) a donné d’intéressants renseignements sur ses moeurs; M. P. CORDIER ²) et A. HUGUES ³) ont fait aussi une étude appronfondie de cet animal et L. GERMAND 4) a fourni une description

  5. Annuaire du Bureau des longitudes - 2006

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    Imcce; Bureau Des Longitudes

    2005-07-01

    This annual publication provides ephemerides and data to the use of professionnal and amateur astronomers. Divided in 11 chapters it covers concordance of various calendars, explanation of fondamental astronomy and various time scales, explanation for the use of ephemerides; tables provide ephemerides (positions, rise/set/passage) of the Sun and the Moon, planets, planetary satellites, asteroids, comets, bright stars; data and explanation for the physical observation of the surface of the Sun, the Moon, and planets; chart of the sky and a list of constellations and galaxies; prediction and ephemerides for astronomical phenomenon: occultation by the moon, stellar occultations by asteroids and appulses, solar eclipses and lunar eclipses; and an additional review about a hot scientific topic, this year: "Legendre et le méridien terrestre, 200 ans après". Cette publication annuelle fournit des éphémérides et des données à l'usage des astronomes professionnels et des astronomes amateurs. Composée de 11 chapitres elle comprend les rubriques sur les différents calendriers et leurs concordance, les fêtes légales en France, les dates et décrets sur les heures légales en France métropolitaine ; une introduction à l'astronomie fondamentale et aux différentes échelles de temps, des explications sur l'utilisation des éphémérides ; des tables fournissent les éphémérides (positions, heures de lever/coucher/passage) du Soleil et de la Lune, de planètes, de satellites naturels, d'astéroïdes, de comètes, d'étoiles brillantes ; des données pour l'observation de la surface du Soleil, de la Lune, et des planètes ; des cartes du ciel ainsi qu'une liste de constellations et de galaxies ; des prédictions des phénomènes astronomiques : occultation par la Lune, occultation stellaires par des astéroïdes et appulses, éclipses de Soleil et de la Lune; la liste et les coordonnées des observatoires astronomiques les plus connus ; et enfin un cahier th

  6. Peuplements profonds du Golfe de Gascogne. Campagnes BIOGAS

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    Laubier, Lucien; Monniot, Claude

    1985-01-01

    Ce volume contient les résultats recueillis sur les peuplements benthiques profonds du golfe de Gascogne pendant les campagnes du programme BIOGAS effectuées au cours de deux périodes successives: 1972-1974 et 1977-1981. Les caractéristiques hydrologiques, courantologiques, morphologiques et sédimentologiques, indispensables à l'étude écologique des peuplements, sont présentées dans la première partie consacrée à l'étude du milieu, avec des informations sur la production pélagique et le flux ...

  7. Accidents du travail et mesures de prevention - Annee 2005

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    Fassnacht, V

    2006-01-01

    Ce rapport présente les statistiques relatives aux accidents du travail pour l’année 2005 pour les membres du personnel CERN et du personnel entreprise. Il fournit les taux de fréquence et de gravité, la répartition des accidents par cause et par lésion. Ce rapport présente également une synthèse de l’analyse des accidents les plus graves et des recommandations associées.

  8. L'impact du "narcotrafic" à Medellín

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    1992-01-01

    Texte intégral déposé avec l'aimable autorisation de l'éditeur; International audience; L'article étudie l'impact du narcotrafic dans une ville qui était le siège du cartel le plus puissant de la drogue en Colombie au début des années 1990. Les effets du trafic de drogue sont étudiés dans leur diversité et complexité: situation politique et trouble à l'ordre public, violence et homicides, conséquences sociales et économiques.

  9. Brain stem hypoplasia associated with Cri-du-Chat syndrome.

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    Hong, Jin Ho; Lee, Ha Young; Lim, Myung Kwan; Kim, Mi Young; Kang, Young Hye; Lee, Kyung Hee; Cho, Soon Gu

    2013-01-01

    Cri-du-Chat syndrome, also called the 5p-syndrome, is a rare genetic abnormality, and only few cases have been reported on its brain MRI findings. We describe the magnetic resonance imaging findings of a 1-year-old girl with Cri-du-Chat syndrome who showed brain stem hypoplasia, particularly in the pons, with normal cerebellum and diffuse hypoplasia of the cerebral hemispheres. We suggest that Cri-du-Chat syndrome chould be suspected in children with brain stem hypoplasia, particularly for those with high-pitched cries.

  10. Brain stem hypoplasia associated with Cri-du-Chat syndrome

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    Hong, Jin Ho; Lee, Ha Young; Lim, Myung Kwan; Kim, Mi Young; Kang, Young Hye; Lee, Kyung Hee; Cho, Soon Gu [Dept. of Radiology, Inha University Hospital, Inha University School of Medicine, Incheon (Korea, Republic of)

    2013-12-15

    Cri-du-Chat syndrome, also called the 5p-syndrome, is a rare genetic abnormality, and only few cases have been reported on its brain MRI findings. We describe the magnetic resonance imaging findings of a 1-year-old girl with Cri-du-Chat syndrome who showed brain stem hypoplasia, particularly in the pons, with normal cerebellum and diffuse hypoplasia of the cerebral hemispheres. We suggest that Cri-du-Chat syndrome chould be suspected in children with brain stem hypoplasia, particularly for those with high-pitched cries.

  11. Lettre ouverte au Président du Conseil du CERN

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    2010-01-01

    Genève, le 1er février 2010 Monsieur le Président, Les membres de la Caisse de pensions, actifs et pensionnés, sont à la fois très inquiets et indignés par la manière avec laquelle le Conseil traite la question, devenue alarmante, de l’équilibre de la Caisse. Dès 2004 en effet, l’étude actuarielle avait alerté le Conseil au sujet du déficit technique du régime et de l’insuffisance du financement de son plan de prestations. Le Conseil s’est alors contenté de mettre en place un mécanisme de sous indexation des pensions – arbitraire et discriminatoire dans la mesure où il ne fait appel qu’à la solidarité des pensionnés – et de décider une augmentation minime des contributions à la Caisse, une mesurette ...

  12. L’INFLUENCE DU FLUX SOLAIRE SUR L’EFFICACITE DU CONVERTISSEUR SOLAIRE PLAN

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    Nadir BELLEL

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available Le solaire thermique est une énergie gratuite, nous présentons dans cette travail une application de cette énergie. Notre étude consiste à maître en présence l’influence du flux solaire Sur la température de sortie du fluide caloporteur et le la température de la plaque d'absorbeur d’un capteur solaire plan incliné. On découper le capteur en tranches fictives dans le sens de l’écoulement du fluide caloporteur et à établir les bilans des échanges qui interviennent aux niveaux des noeuds considérés : l’extérieure de la vitre, l’intérieur de la vitre, l’absorbeur, dans le fluide colporteur ainsi que l’intérieure et l’extérieur de l’isolant. Il est commode pour cela d’utiliser l’analogie qui existe entre les transferts de chaleur et les lois électrique, les profils des températures au niveau des noeuds principaux résultats commentés. Le programme élaboré a été validé par l’étude comparative des résultats théoriques et expérimentaux pris dans les mêmes conditions.

  13. L'odyssée du zeptoespace un voyage au coeur de la physique du LHC

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    Giudice, Gian Francesco

    2013-01-01

    La découverte du boson de Higgs va bouleverser le monde de la physique des particules. Mais quelle est la nature exacte de cette particule ? Pourquoi est-elle si importante pour la compréhension de notre univers ? Celui-ci recèle-t-il une supersymétrie cachée ? Ou s’étend-il dans des dimensions supplémentaires ? C’est à ces questions, parmi beaucoup d’autres, que répond Gian Giudice, physicien au CERN, dans cet ouvrage exceptionnel et déjà traduit dans plusieurs langues à travers le monde. Le lecteur explore au fil des pages le coeur même de la physique des particules, perçoit la nature des composants intimes de la matière, prend conscience des innovations technologiques inouïes qui ont été nécessaires à l’élaboration du plus grand accélérateur de physique des particules, le Grand collisionneur de particules (LHC) du CERN, et découvre les théories spéculatives qui tentent de décrire les lois fondamentales de l’Univers. Ce guide simple et accessible à tous ne se contente p...

  14. Panorama du roman policier au Mexique

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    Lara-Alengrin, Alba

    2013-01-01

    Malgré sa diffusion depuis les années quarante par des collections de poche autochtones, le roman policier fut longtemps, au Mexique, un genre méprisé par la critique et les écrivains. Paco Ignacio Taibo II est le premier écrivain mexicain a légitimer et valoriser le genre policier, en particulier le roman noir, qui connaît simultanément un regain d’intérêt critique et commercial. Ce changement de perception vis-à-vis du roman noir s’accompagne de la création d’un nouveau terme pour le qualif...

  15. Extension du domaine de la lutte

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    Boris Jeanne

    2006-02-01

    Full Text Available Avant d’être un événement mexicain, Batalla en el cielo fut un événement cannois, et cela pour une raison qui se banalise (The Brown Bunny l’année précédente : le métrage est jalonné de scènes de sexe explicite. Et si on a beaucoup parlé de la fellation initiale reprise en clôture du film, on pouvait également faire mention des corps nus de métis en surcharge pondérale qui se font l’amour comme on se frappe dans la moiteur d’une nuit chilanga. L’objectif de ce texte n’est pas de réduire l’œ...

  16. Le Musalac : farine de sevrage du Burundi

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    Nsavyimana, J.B.

    1995-01-01

    La diffusion de la farine Musalac est basée sur une politique commerciale qui vise à ce que toute la population y ait accès. Pour ce faire, il a été décidé de mettre l'accent sur les différents paramètres qui conditionnent son accessibilité : l'accessibilité géographique par la mise en place d'un système de distribution (grossistes, boutiquiers) et la multiplication des unités de production dans les différentes régions du pays ; l'accessibilité financière par une politique sociale qui vise à ...

  17. Panorama du roman policier au Mexique

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    Lara-Alengrin, Alba

    2013-01-01

    Malgré sa diffusion depuis les années quarante par des collections de poche autochtones, le roman policier fut longtemps, au Mexique, un genre méprisé par la critique et les écrivains. Paco Ignacio Taibo II est le premier écrivain mexicain a légitimer et valoriser le genre policier, en particulier le roman noir, qui connaît simultanément un regain d’intérêt critique et commercial. Ce changement de perception vis-à-vis du roman noir s’accompagne de la création d’un nouveau terme pour le qualif...

  18. Rapport sur le risque pays du Maroc

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    Sgard, Jérôme

    2006-01-01

    L'économie marocaine s'est comportée de manière satisfaisante au cours des dernières années et ne présente pas de risque d'investissement majeur à échéance de 3 à 5 ans. Les comptes extérieurs, le taux de change et la dette publique totale (66 % du PIB) ne montrent pas de tension sérieuse. Ce constat reflète aussi l'absence de dette extérieure nette et l'absorption réussie, en 2005, de chocs exogènes non-négligeables (pétrole, textile, sécheresse). En outre, cette économie volatile, à l'inser...

  19. Jouir du bonheur ou le penser ?

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    Guibet-Lafaye, Caroline

    2013-01-01

    « Malheureusement, le concept du bonheur est un concept si indéterminé, que, malgré le désir qu’a tout homme d’arriver à être heureux, personne ne peut jamais dire en termes précis et cohérents ce que véritablement il désire et veut ». L’agir de la plupart des hommes rend manifeste le fait que le bonheur est pour chacun la chose la plus désirable de toutes, la fin de toutes les actions, ce que traduit la philosophie grecque de l’action en soulignant que le bonheur est la seule chose pour laq...

  20. Chronologie du Yémen 2004

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    Full Text Available Sources employées - Agences de presse : Associated Press (AP, Ajwâ’ yaman lilkhadamât al-i‘lâmiyya et Saba - Hebdomadaires d’opposition : al-Tajamu‘, al-Sahwa et al-Thawrî - Hebdomadaire Anglophone : Yemen Times - Hebdomadaire indépendant : al-Nida’ - Quotidiens : al-Ayyâm, al-Thawra Janvier 4 janvier : Signature de l’accord de renouvellement pour cinq ans pour l’exploitation pétrolière de la zone 18 Ma‘rib-Jawf entre le ministère yéménite du Pétrole et la société Hunt Oil yéméno-américaine....

  1. Chronologie politique du Yémen. 2002

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    Full Text Available photo © François Burgat Politique Intérieure Janvier-février 06 janvier : Dix chefs tribaux des provinces de Ma'rib, de Shabwa et du Jawf, provinces dont l'importance politique va croissant en raison des tensions sécuritaires, affirment leur soutien au Président `Alî `Abd Allâh /Sâli/h dans sa campagne antiterroriste. 14 janvier : L'ambassade américaine reçoit des menaces et ferme son service consulaire. 15 janvier : Amnistie et retour d'exil de Sâlim /Sâli/h Mu/hammad, ancien dirig...

  2. Evaluation du projet SPAS-PMU REVIAC

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    Koutaïssoff, D.; Stadelmann, S; Simon-Vermot, P.; Gervasoni, J-P.

    2015-01-01

    Le projet REVIAC: Le projet REVIAC (Réinsertion vie active) est un projet de collaboration entre le Service de prévoyance et d'aides sociales (SPAS) et la Policlinique médicale universitaire (PMU) pour améliorer les possibilités de démarches de réinsertion chez les bénéficiaires du revenu d'insertion (RI) avec certificat d'incapacité de travail. En effet, certains bénéficiaires ont des certificats médicaux d'incapacité récurrents et les assistants sociaux (AS) ne peuvent entreprendre les déma...

  3. Eddie Breuil, Du Nouveau chez Rimbaud

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    Richter, Mario

    2016-01-01

    Ce livre, avec son titre-calembour, ne manquera sans doute pas de soulever des réactions. L’auteur propose tout bonnement d’attribuer les Illuminations non plus à Rimbaud mais à Germain Nouveau: «Rimbaud n’est pas l’auteur – affirme-t-il – mais le scribe, scribe de l’autre écrivain présent durant ces copies [des Illuminations]: Nouveau». Si nous voulions accepter cette thèse surprenante, voire déconcertante, nous serions du même coup débarrassés d’un problème qui intrigue depuis toujours les ...

  4. Bernard Bortolussi: bescherelle grammaire du Latin

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    Sonja Capuder

    2001-12-01

    Full Text Available Bescherellova Slovnica latinskega jezika (La grammaire du latin je po besedah samega avtorja (Bernard Bortolussi napisana tako za začetnike kot za že izurjene latiniste. Prvim so namenjeni predvsem pogla\\je o naglasu in izgovarjavi, shematičen prikaz oblikoslovja in skladnje ter slovnične preglednice z oblikami. Pri poglavju o izgovarjavi je avtor razlagi k posameznim glasovom dodal kratek, a zanimiv prikaz razvoja latinske pisave. Iz razlage in zgledov je razvidno, da gre za pravila ponovno uveljavljene izgovarjave klasičnega obdobja (pronuntiatio restituta, čeprav maajkajo ravno zgledi za glasove, pri katerih se klasična izgovarjava razlikuje od tradicionalne (pred svetlima samoglasnikoma, s med samoglasnikoma ipd..

  5. Entretiens sur la multitude du monde

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    Damour, Thibault

    2014-01-01

    L'un est un écrivain et un scénariste célèbre. L'autre est un physicien et un chercheur mondialement connu. Une même interrogation les porte. Comment penser le monde après un siècle de bouleversements scientifiques ? Jean- Claude Carrière et Thibault Damour nous entraînent ici dans un dialogue lumineux, qui met l'esprit au défi de lui- même et où la clarté rivalise avec le gai savoir. La matière éternelle, l'espace et le temps absolus, l 'unique réalité : en ce début de troisième millénaire, toutes ces grandes notions du passé n'ont plus qu'une valeur d'illu- sions. Il n'y a plus d'histoire prédéterminée, inexorable, li- vrée à des forces mécaniques. L'univers se révèle léger, instable, multiple dans la superposition d'une infinité d'his- toires possibles dont nous ne percevons qu'un mince fais- ceau. C'est à la découverte de cette multitude du monde, laissant loin derrière les récits de science-fiction, que nous invitent Jean-Claude Carrière et Thibault Damour. Un voyage p...

  6. Review - Le bergers du Fort Noir

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    Katia Buffetrille

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Review of: Pascale Dollfus. 2012. Les bergers du Fort Noir. Nomades du Ladakh (Himalaya occidental Société d'ethnologie (collection "Haute Asie". This is a detailed ethnography by Pascale Dollfus of the Kharnakpa (Mkhar nag pa, a small community of Ladakhi nomads living at more than 4,200 meters in the Indian state of Jammu-Kashmir. The total population was only 150 in 2004, down from 375 in 1992, and 261 in 1996. The author started her fieldwork in the 1990s, and was thus able to observe the slow disappearance of the way of life of the shepherds of the Black Fort over the last twenty years. The book features thirteen chapters. The first deals with the problem of the definition of the terms 'nomads' and 'nomadism' and the relations between nomads and sedentary people. The author provides accounts related to the nomads of Ladakh that were written by missionaries, adventurers, scientists, and civil servants. In the second chapter, Dollfus questions the origins of the Ladakhi people, and more specifically of the Kharnakpa population, making use of written chronicles and oral traditions. In the third chapter, the community's religious life is introduced. All members belong to the Drugpa Kagyü ('Brug pa bka' brgyud sect of Tibetan Buddhism and consider Dat Monastery their ideal religious center, where all gather for the spring gyetsa (dge rtsa festival, which is described in detail. The fourth chapter deals with the social organization of these nomadic pastoralists who, in spite of the 1941 law prohibiting polyandry, still practice this type of marriage in order "to have a joint ..

  7. Contes animaliers du Yémen

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    Houda Ayoub

    2007-03-01

    Full Text Available Patrimoine riche mais fragile, les contes yéménites sont l’objet d’un intérêt croissant de la part des chercheurs et des traducteurs, au Yémen comme en Europe. Fâtima al-Baydânî, qui a fondé en 2006 le centre « Mîl Al-Dhahab » (le « Bâton de Kohl » pour la préservation du patrimoine oral de la mère et de l’enfant, a mené pendant une dizaine d’années un travail exceptionnel de collecte de contes, dans plusieurs gouvernorats du pays. L’atelier de traduction de l’École normale supérieure a rassemblé cinq contes brefs, issus de diverses régions, ayant tous pour personnages principaux des animaux.Animal Tales from YemenThe oral tales of Yemen are a very rich, but fragile heritage. They raise an increasing interest among the researchers and translators, in Yemen and abroad. Fâtima al-Baydânî, who created in 2006 the Mîl al-Dhahab (« the Kohl stick » for the preservation of the oral litterature of the children and mothers, gathered an outstanding amount of tales in many governorates. The Ecole Normal Supérieure tranlation workshop (Paris gathered five tales from various regions, which feature animals as main characters.

  8. Classification moléculaire du cancer du sein au Maroc

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    Fouad, Abbass; Yousra, Akasbi; Kaoutar, Znati; Omar, El Mesbahi; Afaf, Amarti; Sanae, Bennis

    2012-01-01

    Introduction La classification moléculaire des cancers du sein basée sur l'expression génique puis sur le profil protéique a permis de distinguer cinq groupes moléculaires: luminal A, luminal B, Her2/neu, basal-like et non-classées. L'objectif de cette étude réalisée au CHU Hassan II de Fès est de classer 335 cancers du sein infiltrant en groupes moléculaires, puis de les corréler avec les caractéristiques clinicopathologiques. Méthodes Etude rétrospective étalée sur 45 mois, comportant 335 patientes colligées au CHU pour le diagnostic et le suivi. Les tumeurs sont analysées histologiquement et classées après une étude immunohistochimique en groupes: luminal A, luminal B, Her2+, basal-like et non-classées. Résultats 54.3% des tumeurs sont du groupe luminal A, 16% luminal B, 11.3% Her2+, 11.3% basal-like et 7% non-classées. Le groupe luminal A renferme le plus faible taux de grade III, d'emboles vasculaires ainsi que de métastases; alors que le groupe des non-classées et basal-like représentent un taux élevé de grade III, une faible proportion d'emboles vasculaires et d'envahissement ganglionnaire. Ces facteurs sont significativement élevés dans les groupes luminal B et Her2+ avec un taux de survie globale de 78% et 76% respectivement. Dans le groupe luminal A, la survie globale des patientes est élevée (87%) alors qu'elle n'est que de 49% dans le groupe des triples négatifs (basal-like et non-classés). Conclusion Le groupe luminal B est différent du luminal A et il est de pronostic péjoratif vis à vis du groupe Her2+. Les caractéristiques clinicopathologiques concordent avec le profil moléculaire donc devraient être pris en considération comme facteurs pronostiques. PMID:23396646

  9. Polysignifiance du toponyme, historicité du sens et interprétation en corpus. Le cas de Outreau

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    2008-01-01

    Cet article s’attache à l’interprétation du toponyme (ici, le nom de lieu habité), en prenant pour exemple le cas du nom propre de ville Outreau. Ce toponyme peut avoir, en contexte, des sens différents (polysignifiance). Mais surtout, il a vu, dans une période restreinte (2001-2006), son sens évoluer totalement jusqu’à se stabiliser, à partir de 2005-2006, comme renvoyant principalement à « l’erreur judiciaire par excellence ». La polysignifiance du nom de lieu habité et l’évolution de son s...

  10. Compte rendu du livre de Philippe Robert, La sociologie du crime, La Découverte, Paris, 2005

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    Jean-François Cauchie

    2006-09-01

    Full Text Available Figure incontournable de la sociologie pénale depuis près de 40 ans, Philippe Robert nous offre ici un livre riche et remarquable de clarté sur les enjeux d’une définition de la sociologie du crime. Partant du postulat que le crime est un comportement que le droit peut saisir en menaçant son auteur d’une peine (p. 10, la sociologie du crime doit nécessairement aborder trois volets si elle veut rester crédible : une sociologie de l’incrimination (primaire, une sociologie de la transgression ...

  11. Duši alla sauna / Margit Aedla

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    Aedla, Margit, 1970-

    2007-01-01

    Duraviti multifunktsionaalne värviline duširuum. Electroluxi Design Lab'07 konkursi finalisti Joao Diego Schimansky Fog Shower (ududuš). Väiksematesse kodudesse sobiv Muoto mobiilne aurusaunatool Muoto-Steam Deluxe

  12. The Astrographic Catalogue and the Carte du Ciel

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    Jaschek, C.

    1985-11-01

    Answers to a circular letter concerning the Astrographic Catalogue and the Carte du Ciel from Alger (A. Ghezloun), Catania (C. Blanco), Cordoba (G. Carranza), Greenwich (P. J. Andrews), Paris (J. Delhaye), Sydney (A. E. Vaughan), Toulouse (R. Nadal).

  13. Auteur et image d’auteur en analyse du discours

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    Maingueneau, Dominique

    2009-01-01

    Le développement récent, dans le champ de l’analyse du discours, d’une réflexion sur « l’auteur » et « l’image d’auteur » met en cause les distinctions traditionnelles : l’auteur n’est ni l’énonciateur du texte, ni une personne en chair et en os, qui relève du contexte. Quant à « l’image d’auteur », elle n’appartient ni au producteur du texte ni au public ; elle est le produit d’une interaction entre des intervenants hétérogènes. Tout d’abord, on s’efforce de clarifier le terme « auteur », qu...

  14. Evaluation des performances du véhicule Toyota Prius

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    Jeanneret, Bruno; Harel, Fabien; Badin, François; Trigui, Rochdi; DAMEMME, F; LAVY, J.

    1999-01-01

    CVELEC, GRENOBLE, FRANCE, 03-/11/1999 - 04/11/1999; Une action de recherche portant sur l'évaluation des véhicules hybrides a été menée au sein du laboratoire Transport et Environnement de l'INRETS en collaboration avec l'IFP. Le premier véhicule hybride commercialisé depuis le mois de décembre 1997 au Japon, la Toyota Prius, a tout naturellement été le point de départ du projet. La comparaison des émissions et de la consommation du Îhicule Prius par rapport à des Îhicules du parc actuel perm...

  15. Stravinsky, Igor: Le Sacre du Printemps / Pierre-E. Barbier

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    1996-01-01

    Uuest heliplaadist "Stravinsky, Igor: Le Sacre du Printemps. Requiem Canticles. Canticum sacrum. Variations sur un choral de Bach. Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Neeme Järvi" Chandos CHAN 9 408, distribution Media 7 (SD:160F)

  16. Duši alla sauna / Margit Aedla

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    Aedla, Margit, 1970-

    2007-01-01

    Duraviti multifunktsionaalne värviline duširuum. Electroluxi Design Lab'07 konkursi finalisti Joao Diego Schimansky Fog Shower (ududuš). Väiksematesse kodudesse sobiv Muoto mobiilne aurusaunatool Muoto-Steam Deluxe

  17. Emilie du Châtelet between Leibniz and Newton

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    Hagengruber, Ruth

    2012-01-01

    This book describes Emilie du Chatelet known as "Emilia Newtonmania", and her innovative and outstanding position within the controversy between Newton and Leibniz, one of the fundamental scientific discourses of her time.

  18. Jeunes du Mékong et intégration

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    2010-01-01

    Marché d’artisanat du Vietnam de l’Association Jeunes du Mékong et Intégration. Le mardi 4 mai, nous serons dans le hall devant la cafeteria. Ce sera avec grand plaisir que nous vous proposerons nos différents produits du Vietnam en faveur des enfants défavorisés du Vietnam. Profitez de cette occasion pour faire vos petits, ou plus grands cadeaux pour la Fête des mères ! Nous vous présenterons les différents nouveaux projets soutenus par l’association dans des dossiers illustrés et vous aurez l’occasion de rencontrer notre chef de projet pour en discuter.  

  19. Adieu Cayenne ou l’imaginaire du bagne

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    Michel Pierre

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available Famille Franchitto pour le poème « Bagnard...Air des bateliers de la Volga » (fonds privé M. FitoussiJacques Strouck, collectionneur, pour l’extrait de « La Belle », interprétée par Andrée TurcyVéronique Fau-Vincenti, du Musée de l’Histoire vivante (Montreuil, pour Le Petit Journal du 10 septembre 1894Franck Sénateur (couverture de Chéri-BibiMarc Renneville (Détective du 8 juin 1933 et Police magazine du 3 mai 1931Dans un imaginaire qui s’est construit sur plusieurs siècles (si l’on prend...

  20. Oblique Du-Fort Frankel Beam Propagation Method

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    Ken Chan

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available The oblique BPM based on the Du-Fort Frankel method is presented. The paper demonstrates the accuracy and the computational improvements of the scheme compared to the oblique BPM based on Crank-Nicholson (CN scheme.