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  1. Delphi FND Application Object Library -

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    Department of Transportation — Delphi FND Application Object Library contains the following data elements, but are not limited to temporary data tables for the logged in session, information about...

  2. S Ghatak

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    Partially sintered silicon carbide by such a method is a useful material for a varieties of applications ranging from kiln furniture to membrane material. Volume 28 Issue 5 August 2005 pp 437-443 Ceramics and Glasses. Ultra low and negative expansion glass–ceramic materials produced from pyrophyllite and blast furnace ...

  3. Preliminary On-Orbit Neutron Dose Equivalent and Energy Spectrum Results from the ISS-RAD Fast Neutron Detector (FND)

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    Semones, Edward; Leitgab, Martin

    2016-01-01

    The ISS-RAD instrument was activated on ISS on February 1st, 2016. Integrated in ISS-RAD, the Fast Neutron Detector (FND) performs, for the first time on ISS, routine and precise direct neutron measurements between 0.5 and 8 MeV. Preliminary results for neutron dose equivalent and neutron flux energy distributions from online/on-board algorithms and offline ground analyses will be shown, along with comparisons to simulated data and previously measured neutron spectral data. On-orbit data quality and pre-launch analysis validation results will be discussed as well.

  4. (JUTH), Jos, Nigeria ABStr

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    hazardous alcohol drinking and HIV is deleterious to the health of the individual and the general public. Therefore, this ... HIV/AIDS, harmful use. Corresponding author: Suwa G. Goar, Department of Psychiatry, Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos, Nigeria. ... hol use is related to high risk sexual behaviour through multiple ...

  5. Jos Journal of Medicine

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    Jos Journal of Medicine is a peer-reviewed journal and editorially independent publication of the Association of Resident Doctors of Jos University Teaching Hospital. It seeks to provide a forum for the dissemination of research, review articles and information in all aspects of medical sciences among medical professionals ...

  6. JOS JOURNAL JULY - DEC 2011

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    Correspondence to: *DR. OBADIAH DAPUS DAMULAK. Department of Haematology and Blood Transfusion, Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Jos,. Jos. **National Blood Transfusion Service, North Central Zonal Centre, Jos. Plateau State. Running Title: Pattern of Blood Donors In Jos. Work Done at: National Blood ...

  7. Archives: Jos Journal of Medicine

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    Items 1 - 18 of 18 ... Archives: Jos Journal of Medicine. Journal Home > Archives: Jos Journal of Medicine. Log in or Register to get access to full text downloads. Username, Password, Remember me, or Register · Journal Home · ABOUT THIS JOURNAL · Advanced Search · Current Issue · Archives. 1 - 18 of 18 Items. 2017 ...

  8. Vacuum Delivery in Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos, Nigeria ...

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    Obstetric practice continues to change, particularly assisted vaginal delivery. Vacuum delivery is a mode of delivery technique in Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH) in the maternity unit. The objective of the study was to determine the rate of ventouse delivery, its indications, and maternal and fetal morbidity in our ...

  9. and Jos Crisis in Nigeria

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    2012-01-24

    Jan 24, 2012 ... Abstract. The issue of genocide has been an ugly occurrence in human society of all times. Genocide particularly in Jos, Plateau State Nigeria in recent times has been given religious interpretations. Religion which should be an agent of peace in a pluralistic society as Nigeria has today become almost an ...

  10. JOS JOURNAL MAY-AUGUST

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  11. Jos Journal of Medicine: Editorial Policies

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    Jos Journal of Medicine is a peer-reviewed journal and editorially independent publication of the Association of Resident Doctors of Jos University Teaching Hospital. ... This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global ...

  12. Infection among Commercial Sex Workers in Jos

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    A study of HHV8 seropositivity was conducted among commercial sex workers in Jos aimed at determining the prevalence in relation to history of STD, duration of prostitution, age and number of sexual partners per day. Antibodies to HHV8 were detected by enzyme linked - immunosorbent assay (ELISA) (Advanced ...

  13. Hepatocellular carcinoma in Jos, Nigeria | Echejoh | Nigerian ...

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    Background: Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is the most common abdominal malignancy, representing 80- 90% of primary liver malignancies around the world. There is a disturbing trend of increased incidence of HCC around the world. We therefore, determined the trend of HCC in Jos. Methods: A ten-year retrospective ...

  14. Parasitic contamination of vegetables in Jos, Nigeria.

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    Damen, J G; Banwat, E B; Egah, D Z; Allanana, J A

    2007-09-01

    Intestinal parasites are very common in developing countries including Nigeria. There are diverse ways of their transmission; the study attempts to determine the level of intestinal parasitic contamination on vegetables sold in Jos. Sample of 200 each of Tomatoes (Lycopersium sativus), Letus (Loctus satival) Carrot (Davcus carota L) Cabbage (Brassica Denceal) and Green leafy vegetables were analyzed using standardized Centrifugal-floatation technique methods. Of the 1250 samples of vegetables examined, 450 (36.0%) were positive for intestinal parasites, cabbage recorded the highest prevalence of 64% while tomatoes had the least prevalence of 20%. Vegetables in Jos are heavily contaminated with intestinal parasites and there is need for public enlightenment campaign on the danger of consuming inadequately washed and prepared vegetables.

  15. José Mariano Gago (1948 - 2015)

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    2015-01-01

    Many people in the particle-physics community will be deeply saddened to learn that José Mariano Gago passed away on 17 April.   José Mariano Gago entered particle physics as a young researcher at CERN in the 1970s and went on to become an ardent supporter of the Organization and all that it stands for. He was instrumental in bringing his country, Portugal, to become a Member State of CERN in 1986. He continued to be deeply involved with CERN, twice as a Portuguese Delegate to CERN Council (1985-1990, 2003-2009) and also as the Portuguese Minister of Science (1995-2011). His speech as Minister at the LHC Inauguration Ceremony is one that many people still remember. In founding the Laboratório de Instrumentação e Física Experimental de Partículas in Portugal, José Mariano also set up the basis for the many important contributions that Portuguese physicists and engineers continue to make to CERN and in part...

  16. Descriptive pattern of Benign Salivary Gland Tumours in Jos ...

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    Descriptive pattern of Benign Salivary Gland Tumours in Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH), Jos: A ten-year retrospective study. ... Log in or Register to get access to full text downloads. ... Objectives: This study is aimed at describing the histological pattern, age, sex and site distribution of benign salivary gland

  17. Children In Civil Crisis: The Jos Experience | Uba | Nigerian Journal ...

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    ... examines the effects of the September 2001 and May 2002 civil crises in Jos, Nigeria, on children and their health in order to make recommendations. METHODS: Between 7th and 12th September 2001, and on 2nd May 2002, Jos town and its environs experienced intense civil crises that were orchestrated by religious ...

  18. Management of the mass casualty from the 2001 Jos crisis

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    2012-11-04

    Nov 4, 2012 ... Background: We report our experience in the hospital management of mass casualty following the Jos civil crisis of 2001. Materials and Methods:A retrospective analysis of the records of patients managed in the Jos civil crisis of September. 2001, in Plateau State, Nigeria. Information extracted included ...

  19. Haemoglobin variants among voluntary blood donors in Jos, Nigeria ...

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    This study aimed to determine the haemoglobin variants among voluntary blood donors in Jos. METHOD: Records of the age, sex, Haemoglobin level, and the haemoglobin genotype of all voluntary blood donors who donated blood at the National Blood Transfusion Service Centre, Jos, Nigeria between January 2011 and ...

  20. Collection and Transfusion of Blood in Jos University Teaching ...

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    Objective: This study was embarked on to investigate the pattern of blood collection and transfusion in Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH), Jos between 2000 and 2005 in the face of the present human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) pandemic. Methodology: Blood bank records of blood donors and transfusions were ...

  1. Obstetric outcome of twin pregnancies in Jos, Nigeria | Mutihir ...

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    Obstetric outcome of twin pregnancies in Jos, Nigeria. JT Mutihir, VC Pam. Abstract. Objectives: The objectives of the study were to determine the incidence, maternal and foetal outcome of twin delivery in Jos, Nigeria. Methodology: All consecutive twin deliveries between August 2003 and November 2004 were studied.

  2. Cryptosporidium and Cryptosporidiosis in Calves at Jos, Northern ...

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    Cryptosporidium and Cryptosporidiosis in Calves at Jos, Northern Nigeria. VA Pam, DA Dakul, COE Onwuliri. Abstract. This study investigated the occurrence of cryptosporidium and cryptosporidiosis in calves from Jos, Northern Nigeria. Two hundred fecal samples were collected from the calves, recruited for an all year ...

  3. Overviewof Contraceptive Use In Jos University Teaching Hospital ...

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    Overviewof Contraceptive Use In Jos University Teaching Hospital, North Central Nigeria. JT Mutihir, VC Pam. Abstract. Background: Modern contraceptive methods accepted by 17,846 new clients in Jos University Teaching Hospital, a tertiary health institution, over two decades are presented. Methods: This was a review ...

  4. Hypertension In Type II Diabetes Mellitus In Jos University Teaching ...

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    Methods: A cross-sectional study of hypertension in type II diabetic patients in Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos, Nigeria Results: Forty-two of the patients were hypertensive with only 28 (32.9%) previously diagnosed and were on treatment. Age of patient, duration of diabetes and diabetic retinopathy were significantly ...

  5. Insulin Storage by Patients with Diabetes Mellitus in Jos, Nigeria ...

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    To determine how insulin is stored at home among insulin-treated patients with Diabetes mellitus in Jos, Nigeria, 150 such patients attending the Diabetes clinic of Jos University Teaching Hospital were interviewed. It was found that 87 (58%) kept their insulin in a refrigerator. Most of the remainder, 43 (28.7%) stored insulin ...

  6. Students' perception of sexuality education in Jos North Loacal ...

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    The study investigated students' perception of Sexuality Education in Secondary Schools in Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau State. The menace of sexual issues with their attendant consequences in the society motivated the study. The population of study consisted of all students in Secondary Schools in Jos ...

  7. Preoperative Biometry in Jos | Adenuga | Journal of Medicine in the ...

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    Methodology: This is a hospital based retrospective study of eyes that had preoperative biometry at the Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos in Plateau State, north-central Nigeria from February 2005 to January 2007. Children, patients with complicated and traumatic cataracts, patients with coexisting ocular morbidity, ...

  8. Geochemical characteristics of the Jos-Plateau Basalts, North ...

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    The Jos Plateau basalts, present Zr/Nb ratios (2.4-3.0) comparable to those of the alkali basalts of the lower Benue valley, and of the Cameroon volcanic line, suggesting that they were possibly derived from the same mantle source. Keywords: Jos Plateau, alkali basalt, mantle, partial melting, incompatible elements.

  9. Prevalence of Yersinia enterocolitica among patients in Jos and ...

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    An investigation on the prevalence and antibiogram of Yersinia enterocolitica among patients in Jos and Environs was conducted. A total of 150 stool samples collected from three hospitals namely: Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH), Vom Christian Hospital and National Veterinary Research Institute Diagnostic ...

  10. José Gurvich, cruzando fronteras

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    Agustín R. Díez Fischer

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available La cita que abre esta reseña del artista uruguayo, nacido en Lituania, condensa en pocas palabras el recorrido visual y analítico que se propone desde el libro José Gurvich, cruzando fronteras, publicado en ocasión de la exposición del mismo título en el Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, entre agosto y octubre del 2013. Un trabajo que a partir de los estudios de Cristina Rossi, Pablo Thiago Rocca y Edward Sullivan toma el desafío de articular la filiación de Gurvich con el taller de Torres García, al tiempo que analiza el proceso de desmarcamiento de esa tradición que el artista llevó a cabo a lo largo de su vida.

  11. Characterization of Jos City Road Network, Nigeria

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    Olumide Akinwumi Oluwole

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available ἀe performance of road network depends on its topological characteristics which help to deḀne its connectiv-ity. ἀis paper analyses the topological characteristic of Jos city road network and its bearing on traᴀc ᰀow situations. Simple graph theoretic measures oᬀered the framework on which the problem was approached. ἀe study requires the abstraction and analysis of the topological structure by selection of certain variables relating to the road connectivity. ἀese include the Beta, Gamma and Alpha index, the PI, Cyclomatic number, and the spread and density of the network. Information on these variables was obtained through the use of vector data model to abstract the road network graph from the Quick-bird satellite imagery used for the study. Results of the Ḁndings reveal that, the road network of Jos City Centre as a whole have achieved an average level of connectivity, showing Beta index values of 1.4049, Gamma index value of 47.06%, Alpha index Value of 20.63%; and a pi and cyclomatic number of 24.74 and 165 respectively, the spread of the network is moderate exhibiting a value of 23, even though some areas have more concentration of roads than the others; and has a road density of 52 links per km2. Based on these Ḁndings, the need for construction of new roads is imperative so as to improve the eᴀciency of connectivity and accessibility within the city.

  12. Adult onset tic disorder following neuroleptic exposure | Nwoga | Jos ...

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    Jos Journal of Medicine. Journal Home · ABOUT THIS JOURNAL · Advanced Search · Current Issue · Archives · Journal Home > Vol 9, No 3 (2015) >. Log in or Register to get access to full text downloads.

  13. Cell scientist to watch--José Silva.

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    Silva, José; Bobrowska, Anna

    2015-11-01

    José Silva studied biology at the University of Porto, before leaving Portugal to obtain a PhD degree at Imperial College London in the laboratory of Neil Brockdorff. He did his postdoc with Austin Smith at the University of Edinburgh as an EMBO fellow. In 2008 he started his own group at the Wellcome Trust - Medical Research Council Cambridge Stem Cell Institute at the University of Cambridge. José is currently a Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellow. His lab studies the biology of induced pluripotency with particular focus on the molecular mechanisms that underlie this process. © 2015. Published by The Company of Biologists Ltd.

  14. Gastro-Intestinal Heminthes among Slaughtered Cattle at Jos ...

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    Cattle are a major source of animal protein, hides and skin but the constraint is infection due to gastro-intestinal helminthes. A survey was carried out to determine the prevalence of helminthes, parasites affecting cattle slaughtered at abattoir in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria. The standard saturated salt (NaCl) floatation ...

  15. Random proteinuria screening in elementary school children in Jos ...

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    Urinary levels of above 150mg/dl or 5mg/ml gave a positive result with the dipstick and were considered to increase the risk for kidney disease. Conclusion: Prevalence of proteinuria in elementary school children in Jos metropolis is on the increase. More work should be done on evaluation of urinary protein creatinine ratio ...

  16. Evaluation of some industrial effluents in Jos metropolis, Plateau ...

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    Sometimes effluents gain access into wells or streams within the community. Analyses aimed to determine the strength of effluents of three different industries in Jos metropolis: industry A (a food industry), industry B (a pharmaceutical outfit) and Industry C (a water treatment plant) using parameters such as physicochemical ...

  17. Evaluation of some industrial effluents in Jos metropolis, Plateau ...

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    Sometimes effluents gain access into wells or streams within the community. Analyses aimed to determine the strength of effluents of three different industries in Jos metropolis: industry A (a food industry), industry B (a pharmaceutical outfit) and Industry C (a water treatment plant) using parameters such as physicochemical, ...

  18. Atmospheric precipitable water in Jos, Nigeria | Utah | Nigerian ...

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    ... the atmosphere of Jos in the month of August has a value of 4.44±0.47cm, while the minimum of 1.54±0.47cm was found in the month of February. The regression models have been presented and discussed. Keywords: Precipitable water vapour, dew-point temperature, relative humidity. Nigerian Journal of Physics Vol.

  19. Jos Journal of Medicine - Vol 10, No 2 (2016)

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    The role of infant's gender and other psycho-ocial variables on women with postpartum depression in Jos, Nigeria · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. F.P Tungchama, M.U Umar, T.Y Maigari, F.J Davou, A.Y Armiyau, S. Goar, R. Uwakwe, 20-28 ...

  20. Handedness and Footedness in Footballers in Jos, Nigeria ...

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    This study was carried out to compare handedness and footedness in a sample of 50 footballers in Jos, Nigeria and also to determine if any significant relationship exists between handedness of the footballers and that of their first degree relatives. 25 self-professed right handed and 25 self professed left handed were ...

  1. Poliomyelitis: An Assessment of the Knowledge of Women in Jos ...

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    Declaration of Nigeria a polio free nation early 21st century would require a proper understanding and cooperation of all her citizens especially the women. This study was therefore carried out to assess the knowledge about polio among women in Jos. A cross-sectional study involving administration of questionnaires to ...

  2. Mass Media Agenda and Conflict Resolution in Jos, Plateau State ...

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    In recent times, Plateau State, especially Jos, has been characterised by one form of crisis or the other. This, in turn leads to loss of lives and property. This paper therefore, attempts to examine the relevance of the agenda setting role of the mass media in resolving the lingering crisis in Plateau State. In addition, the paper ...

  3. JOS KUIPERS 30-04-1956 07-03-2002

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    2002-01-01

    The tree that has been plantedin the memory of Jos near building 892 in Prévessin. We are missing our colleague and friend. We are grateful for all your help, support, messages and presence at the ceremony for Jos in Geneva. This has brought consolation to our family. The Kuipers Family   Many of you contributed to the Turkana Education Fund in memory of Jos. Here is an excerpt of the message we received from the coordinator of the fund: The Turkana area, in the north of Kenya in a region where people are Essentially nomads and pastoralists, recurrently suffering from severe drought conditions. The locals cannot afford the fees for education at the secondary level. One of the main supporters of the fund was Jos Kuipers. His words to me were, 'if you have any unfilled sponsorships or if people have left without finishing their sponsorships, then call on me and I'll fill the gap.' This he has done since I took over the administration 4 years ago, and in addition in 2001 he donated 4000CHF...

  4. Insect diet of some afrotropical insectivorous passerines at the Jos ...

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    Despite being the most common avian dietary strategy, our understanding of the nutrition of avian insectivores lags behind that of less populous granivores, herbivores, and frugivores; thereby attracting research interest. Insect diet of Afrotropical insectivorous passerines at the Jos Wildlife Park was studied by trapping birds ...

  5. Contributions of Jos Wildlife Park towards conservation education in ...

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    The study explored the contributions of Jos Wildlife Park towards conservation education in Plateau State, Nigeria. Data for the study were collected through observation, review of records, oral interview and structured questionnaires. Data obtained were analysed using descriptive statistics in the form of tables, frequency of ...

  6. Production system and varietal effects on potato production in Jos ...

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    To address the problem of potato production in Nigeria, the Potato Research Programme of National Root Crops Research Institute, Umudike was established in Kuru, Jos in 1976. Data was collected with the aid of a structured questionnaire from 182 respondents involved in the the study. The aims of this study were to test ...

  7. Evolutionary trend of the Jarawa younger granites ring complex, Jos ...

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    The Jarawa Younger Granites Ring Complex which occupies the eastern flank of the popular Jos-Bukuru Ring Complex in Central Nigeria was geologically and geochemically investigated in order to identify the different lithologic units that make up the formation, as well as understand its geochemistry. These were used to ...

  8. Letter from the editor | Tawe | Jos Journal of Medicine

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    Jos Journal of Medicine. Journal Home · ABOUT · Advanced Search · Current Issue · Archives · Journal Home > Vol 10, No 2 (2016) >. Log in or Register to get access to full text downloads. Username, Password, Remember me, or Register. Letter from the editor. G.S Tawe. Abstract. No Abstract. Full Text: EMAIL FREE ...

  9. measurement of radionuclides in processed mine tailings in jos ...

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    Department of Physics, University of Jos Nigeria ... (TI) detector in order to estimate the level of their radiological impact to the public. The highest and lowest ... activity. Monazite and Zircon are found to be more hazardous than the rest of the minerals that are frequently associated with cassiterite (garnet, pyrite, rutilege etc) ...

  10. Eagle syndrome: A case report | Atsukwei | Jos Journal of Medicine

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    Jos Journal of Medicine. Journal Home · ABOUT THIS JOURNAL · Advanced Search · Current Issue · Archives · Journal Home > Vol 8, No 2 (2014) >. Log in or Register to get access to full text downloads. Username, Password, Remember me, or Register. Eagle syndrome: A case report. A Atsukwei. Abstract. NO Abstract.

  11. Eagle syndrome: A case report | Atsukwei | Jos Journal of Medicine

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    Jos Journal of Medicine. Journal Home · ABOUT THIS JOURNAL · Advanced Search · Current Issue · Archives · Journal Home > Vol 8, No 2 (2014) >. Log in or Register to get access to full text downloads. Username, Password, Remember me, or Register · Download this PDF file. The PDF file you selected should load here ...

  12. Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia at the Jos University Teaching ...

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    The aim of the study was to estimate the prevalence of negative symptoms among Nigerian schizophrenics with the view to highlighting the critical aspects of the management of the disorder that require psycho-therapeutic intervention for an improved mental health care system. Fifty consecutive attendants of the Jos ...

  13. Intestinal Parasites among Waste-Handlers in Jos Metropolitan Area ...

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    Intestinal Parasites among Waste-Handlers in Jos Metropolitan Area of Plateau State, Nigeria. ... Giardia lamblia was detected in 10.0% of barrow-pushers alone. About 2.3% of van-loaders were infected with ... Waste disposal workers are at high risk of infection with different species of intestinal parasites. Sahel Medical ...

  14. Methicilin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) at Jos University ...

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    A prospective surveillance of Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) was carried out at Jos University Teaching Hospital, Nigeria, over a one year period. This study highlights the continuos importance of MRSA in causing both hospital and to a less extent community acquired infections. Out of the 180 ...

  15. CLINICAL EVALUATION OF OOGS WITH ASCITES IN JOS ...

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    dogs that died of ascites sho" ed granular or nodular contracted kidneys and the Ii ver ... The result of faecal analysis is as shown in table I. TABLE I: Prevalence of blood parasites in clog "ith a cite in Jos metropolis. I PARASITES. MALE DOGS ... During tick feeding babesia parasites in the tick saJi, a are known to get into.

  16. Practice of defensive medicine | Buowari | Jos Journal of Medicine

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    Jos Journal of Medicine. Journal Home · ABOUT THIS JOURNAL · Advanced Search · Current Issue · Archives · Journal Home > Vol 7, No 2 (2013) >. Log in or Register to get access to full text downloads. Username, Password, Remember me, or Register · Download this PDF file. The PDF file you selected should load here ...

  17. Blood protozoan parasites of rodents in Jos, Plateau State, Nigerai ...

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    One hundred and thirty rodents, comprising nine different species caught from seven different locations in Jos, Nigeria, were examined for blood protozoan parasites, and 82(63.08%) were positive, with Plasmodium 63(48.46%), Trypanosoma 4(3.08%), Toxoplasma 6(4.62%), Babesia 7(5.38%) and Anaplasma 2(1.54%).

  18. José Ricardo Morales: el exilio interminable

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    Valdivia, P.

    2011-01-01

    In this article it is studied the reception of José Ricardo Morales’ legacy taking as point of departure the problematic aspects presented by the traditional historiography models that, from the end of the 19th Century, have identified literature with national identity. Firstly, it is explained

  19. Testicular torsion on the Jos Plateau | Ugwu | West African Journal ...

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    In order to determine the pattern and the factors that influenced outcome, we retrospectively studied fifty-seven patients with torsion of the testis admitted to the Jos University Teaching hospital between August 1993 and July 2001. The age ranged from 2 to 55 years with a mean of 22.7 years. Majority (79%) of the patients ...

  20. Obstetric performance of elderly primi gravida in Jos University ...

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    During the study period, 411 primigravidae delivered in the labour ward unit of Jos University Teaching Hospital. Out of these, 397 (96.6%) were aged ≤ 34 years while only 14 (3.4%) were aged ≥ 35 years. The commonest obstetric complication was failure to progress in labour (FTP),18(4.4%). Three hundred and thirteen ...

  1. Listeria species in retail smoked fish at Jos, Nigeria | Chukwu ...

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    The prevalence of Listeria species in 65 samples of smoked fish at the retail markets in Jos, Nigeria, is reported. The experimental samples which included 30 catfish (Clarias species) and 35 Tilapia were screened for Listeria monocytogenes and other Listeria species using a two-step enrichment method. Total Listeria ...

  2. Prevalence of congenital malaria in Jos, Plateau state, Nigeria ...

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    A cross-sectional study on the prevalence of congenital malaria was carried out at three hospitals within Jos Metropolis from September, 2007 to October, 2008. A total of 310 subjects, comprising of 210 pregnant women (35-40 weeks gestation) and 100 non-pregnant women attending antenatal and post natal clinics ...

  3. Outpatient waiting time in Jos University Teaching Hospital ...

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    Problem Long waiting time for services has been identified as a reason people avoid presenting to for care in African countries. Design Examination of causes for long outpatient waiting time and the effect of measures to reduce waiting time. Setting Outpatient department of the Jos University Teaching Hospital.

  4. Knowledge, attitude and practice of maternity unit staff in Jos ...

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    Background: Health care workers in maternity units are exposed to potentially infectious body fluids in the course of their duties. The study assessed the knowledge, attitude and practice of maternity unit staff in Jos Metropolis regarding Universal Precautions (UP) against the background of the high HIV seroprevalence in ...

  5. José Bernardo : kas nahakunst on olemas? / Maarja Undusk

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    Undusk, Maarja

    1998-01-01

    Augustis Eestis viibinud mehhiko nahakunstnikust José Maria Bernardo Sappiast, tema loomingust. Nahakunstist maailmas. Eesti nahakunstnike rahvusvahelisse naha-ellu lülitumise võimalustest. Nahaeriala entusiastidest maailmas: portugaallasest Franklin Pereirast, kes alustas ajakirja "The Leather Times" väljaandmist ja Hamburgis tegutsevast Rene Berendsist, Karu galerii omanikust, kes andis välja kataloogi "Leder Gilde"

  6. José Paulo Paes e a anatomia do poema

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    Melo, Alberto Lopes de

    2006-01-01

    Dissertação(mestrado) - Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Programa de Pós-Graduação em Letras, Instituto de Letras e Artes, 2006. Esta Dissertação de Mestrado em História da Literatura, intitulada José Paulo Paes e a anatomia do poema, aborda os processos de formação da dicção poética peculiar de José Paulo Paes, centrando a análise em poemas contidos em um recorte temporal específico que compreende três livros: Anatomias (1967), Meia palavra: cívicas, eróticas e metafísicas (19...

  7. Santos que José Bonifácio conheceu

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    Costa e Silva Sobrinho

    1963-09-01

    Full Text Available A infância e a juventude formam às vêzes tênues fragmentos de uma grande vida. Sugeriram-nos esta reflexão os primeiros 20 anos de José Bonifácio repartidos da maneira seguinte: 14 anos em Santos, 3 em São Paulo e quase outros 3 na côrte do Rio de Janeiro.

  8. The economic thought of José Calvo Sotelo

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    Alejandro PRIETO MAZAIRA

    2016-01-01

    The Spanish conservative politician José Calvo Sotelo was a finance minister during the dictatorship of Primo de Rivera and one of the main right-wing political figures of the monarchy of Alfonso XIII during the Second Spanish Republic. Through his discourses and essays he developed an economic thought integrating nationalistic and interventionist postulates and a solid defense of private property and austerity, his main goal being to guarantee the independence of the Spanish economy. Some of...

  9. José Barzelatto lecture: Vision on unsafe abortion.

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    Faúndes, Anibal

    2010-04-01

    José Barzelatto first distinguished himself as a leader with a vision in his years as a medical student. Later, principally as Director of the Reproductive Health Program at the World Health Organization and of the Ford Foundation program for women's sexual and reproductive rights, he contributed immensely toward the recognition of women's sexual and reproductive rights as part of their basic human rights. José Barzelatto's vision on abortion reflects his drive to promote social justice and respect individual rights, respect diversity, and promote a social consensus for a peaceful society. He believed that the fetus has moral value and did not accept abortion as a method of fertility control, but understood that abortion is a social phenomenon that cannot be changed with legal or moral condemnation. He accepted that condemning women who abort does not prevent abortion, is unfair, and causes great human suffering at a high social cost. José proposed nine points to form the basis for an overlapping consensus on abortion, on which to base a practical consensus that would allow societies to reduce the number of abortions and minimize their consequences. If we can agree on all or most of those points we would achieve the common objectives of: fewer women confronting the dilemma of how to deal with an unwanted pregnancy; fewer induced abortions; and fewer women suffering the consequences of unsafe abortion. Copyright 2009 International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics. Published by Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.

  10. Corporation José R. Lindley: Balanced Scorecard Implementation

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    Kety Lourdes Jáuregui Machuca

    2008-05-01

    Full Text Available José R. Lindley Corporation is one of the most important organizations that operates in the country with a prestigious tradition in the market of sodas trough its leader brand “Inca Kola”. This enterprise has as its main character keeping in the vanguard of the sector, demonstrating a high competitive level in the recent years. With the aim of keeping its leadership, facing successfully the diffi cult environment of the local market and entering international markets, José R. Lindley Corporation has constantly worried about incorporating management philosophies and tools that allow guaranteeing its sustainability in the time with a vision about the future. In this sense, it decided to implement a Balanced Scorecard (BSC, as a tool to measure and improve its productivity and effi ciency, in the framework of its corporative strategy. In other words, the BSC facilitated monitoring the degree of accuracy in the implementation of its strategy. In this context, the case illustrates how the process of the implementation of a BSC in José R. Lindley Corporation was performed, showing the complexity of the process that involved fi nancial resources and an important dedication of the organization, specially those ones who comes from the High Direction and the Information Systems Area to provide technological support. In addition, the case shows how it is possible to translate a strategy into a group of objectives and specifi c measures trough the BSC. Based on the cause-effect relation, it links the objectives with its respective indicators, strategic initiatives and corresponding plans of action.

  11. Literatura en estado de gracia: Juan José Arreola

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    Noguerol Jiménez, Francisca

    2006-01-01

    [ES]La riqueza y variedad del cuento mexicano del siglo XX, en cuyo seno conviven relatos nacidos de la revolución con los experimentos narrativos propiciados por la generación del Ateneo, no podría haberse dado sin Juan Rulfo y Juan José Arreola, autores que crearon escuela con dos títulos fundacionales: El llano en llamas (1953), paradigma del telurismo mítico, y Confabulario (1952),volumen asociado a la escritura artesanal, sofisticada y universalista que tantos adeptos alcanzaría a partir...

  12. Voces exiliadas en José Miguel Varas

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    Full Text Available The present paper studies El correo de Bagdad and La novela de Galvarino y Elena, two novels by José Miguel Varas. Through an historic chronicle and a testimonial novel, Varas produces discourses diverging from official twentieth-century Chilean history. Furthermore, he reflects a key negotiation of the post-Pinochet Chilean identity. The comparative analysis of these texts can be thought of as a project on ‘chileanness’ and reconciliation; a complex Chilean identity dealing with a wide collective memorybelonging to the years of Popular Unity, the military coup, lifein exile and life under the dictatorship.

  13. José Martí: patria, raza y libertad

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    2015-01-01

    La vasta producción escrita de José Martí es referencia obligatoria tanto para la historia de Cuba, así como para la concepción de la identidad latinoamericana. Este ensayo discurre por tres conceptos en la producción martiana: patria, raza y libertad. Para lograrlo, se sigue la teoría de la historia de los conceptos usada por Reinhart Koselleck en once textos de diferente género literario: dos dramas (Abdala y Drama Indio), tres poemas (“Patria y mujer”, “Dos patrias”, “Odio el mar” y “Al ex...

  14. José Bonifácio, o economista

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    Full Text Available Quando todo o País, comemora o segundo centenário do nascimento dêste seu filho — ilustre e bravo — a nós nos parece que a melhor forma de expressar a nossa gratidão àquêle que foi chamado de "verdadeiro pai da pátria" será confessar-mos a nós mesmos que José Bonifácio quis, como base para um Brasil verdadeiramente independente, as reformas que nós ainda não realizamos ou que hesitamos em realizar.

  15. Animales en la obra de Juan José Arreola

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    2004-01-01

    Los bestiarios medievales son una tentativa, aunque sea parcial, por explicar la creación. En la letras latinoamericanas, Jorge Luis Borges, Julio Cortázar y Juan José Arreola renuevan los bestiarios de la edad Media. En este artículo se analizará la obra de Arreola, pues en ella, la imagen del animal trasciende de la forma simbólica del bestiario medieval y toma la forma nominalista del signo para la formulación de metáforas que transforman, no sólo a los hombres, sino también a los objetos,...

  16. The economic thought of José Calvo Sotelo

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    Full Text Available The Spanish conservative politician José Calvo Sotelo was a finance minister during the dictatorship of Primo de Rivera and one of the main right-wing political figures of the monarchy of Alfonso XIII during the Second Spanish Republic. Through his discourses and essays he developed an economic thought integrating nationalistic and interventionist postulates and a solid defense of private property and austerity, his main goal being to guarantee the independence of the Spanish economy. Some of his thoughts are a subject for debate in today’s crisis.

  17. Regina José Galindo: la performance como arma

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    ¿Qué sucedería si las obras de arte contemporáneo tuviesen el efecto real e inmediato de hacer cambiar las actitudes humanas más deleznables? Precisamente ese es el deseo de Regina José Galindo cuando realiza sus performances: hacer posible a la acción artística como motor de cambio para las sociedades. Quien lea estas líneas y se mueva aún en la franja del cinismo le daremos razones de sobra en este libro para que vuelva a tener esperanza en el arte como plataforma educadora. Si Galindo ...

  18. La obra literaria de José Luis Aguirre

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    2004-01-01

    Esta tesis se propone el estudio de la obra del escritor José Luis Aguirre.Con tal propósito, se tiene en cuenta su trayectoria biográfica y literaria, la evolución de la narrativa española desde mediados de los 50, época en la que el autor inició su carrera literaria, hasta la actualidad, tratando de relacionarlo con la generación del medio siglo y señalando su conexión con el ambiente cultural valenciano de postguerra. A continuación, analizamos su obra: novelas, teatro, guiones para tel...

  19. Management of the mass casualty from the 2001 Jos crisis | Ozoilo ...

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    Background: We report our experience in the hospital management of mass casualty following the Jos civil crisis of 2001. Materials and Methods: Aretrospective analysis of the records of patients managed in the Jos civil crisis of September 2001, in Plateau State, Nigeria. Information extracted included demographic data of ...

  20. Cleft lip and palate: the Jos exprience | Orkar | East African Medical ...

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    Objective: To determine the pattern of occurrence of cleft lip/palate and the factors that may have influenced treatment outcome. Design: Descriptive Study. Setting: Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos, Nigeria. Subject: This study included 107 consecutive patients with cleft lip/palate managed between January 1991 and ...

  1. SAFETY OF DAYCARE HERNIA REPAIR IN JOS, NIGERIA V.M. ...

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    Jun 6, 2000 ... Objective: To evaluate the safety of day surgery for inguinal hernia. Design: A randomised prospective study of patients presenting for elective inguinal hernia repair. Setting: Jos University Teaching, Jos, Nigeria. Subjects: One hundred and twenty one patients who completed a six-week follow up period.

  2. Prescience and critical thought: The life and science of José ...

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    ; Campos-Ortega and Hayhow. 1970). With his move to dipterans, José continued his studies on visual processing though at a different scale, focus- sing on single cells rather than on populations of neurons. José, together with Nick Strausfeld, ...

  3. Safety of daycare hernia repair in Jos, Nigeria | Ramyil | East African ...

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    Objective: To evaluate the safety of day surgery for inguinal hernia. Design: A randomised prospective study of patients presenting for elective inguinal hernia repair. Setting: Jos University Teaching, Jos, Nigeria. Subjects: One hundred and twenty one patients who completed a six-week follow up period. Interventions: Sixty ...

  4. To José Pereira Lages, our friend and colleague

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    2005-01-01

    It was with great sadness that we learnt of the accidental demise of our colleague, José Pereira Lages, whilst he was transporting equipment for the LHC. José was the team leader for the LHC's general services at points 1 and 8, working on behalf of the firm DBS Transports. Determined and receptive, always ready to help those around him, he always did his best in his work. His smile, his kindness and his professionalism made him somebody who was unanimously appreciated, whether it was by his colleagues at DBS, his colleagues at CERN or any of the CERN users that he encountered. He leaves behind a large gap in our midst and we will all miss him. We will be reminded of his smile in this picture from the last issue of the Bulletin, taken to celebrate his win in the French Championships for fork-lift truck unloading. It was only a few days ago that we were so happy and proud of him, looking forward, in our minds, to the future competitions that lay ahead. We share the grief of his family and all his friend...

  5. José Bonifácio em Coimbra

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    Divaldo Gaspar Freitas

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    Full Text Available O Instituto Histórico e Geográfico de São Paulo, desejando prestar merecida e significativa homenagem ao grande brasileiro José Bonifácio de Andrada e Silva, no transcurso do 2.°centenário do seu nascimento, elaborou um criterioso programa, do qual consta um "Ciclo de conferências" . Ciente de que eu pretendia passar êste ano uma temporada em Portugal, onde vou para freqüentar com assiduidade alguns arqui-vos lusitanos, designou-me para proferir a palestra "José Bonifácio em Coimbra", incluída naquele "Ciclo". Aceitei o honroso convite e estou no firme propósito de vasculhar alguns arquivos de além-mar, sobretudo o da Universidade de Coimbra, para colher os elementos absolutamente indispensáveis a fim de poder escrever semelhante trabalho, dado que ainda ninguém se abalançou a fazê-lo. Reconheço a árdua tarefa que me foi imposta, mas confio no precioso acêrvo documental que irei encontrar na Universidade Dionisiana.

  6. José Agrippino de Paula: artista POP tropicalista

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    Lucila Meirelles

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available Este texto trata do pensamento, da vida e da obra do artista pop tropicalista José Agrippino de Paula. Partindo de uma série de conversas com o artista, serão abordados seus eventos intermídia, seu cinema de invenção, os happenings, o realismo fantástico, e as vivências dos anos 1960 e 1970. Este texto foi elaborado concomitantemente ao lançamento do CD/DVD Exu encruzilhadas , Selo SESC, disco contendo dez músicas inéditas de Agrippino, encontradas pelo cineasta Hermano Penna e um DVD com dois filmes realizados na África, em Super8, Candomblé no Togo e Candomblé no Dahomey.This paper deals with the thought, life and works of tropicalist pop artist José Agrippino de Paula. Based on a series of interviews with the artist, it approaches his intermidia events, his cinema of invention, his ,happenings, his fantastic realism and the experiences of the 60s and 70s. This paper was prepared concomitantly with the release by Dual Disc Selo SESC of Exu Encruzilhadas, a multimedia CD containing not only ten previously unreleased song by Agrippino, found by filmmaker Hermano Penna, but also two of his Super8 films shot in África, Candomblé no Togo and Candomblé no Dahomey.

  7. The cinephilic citation in the essay films by José Luis Guerin and Isaki Lacuesta

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    Vidal, Belén

    2014-01-01

    This paper investigates the contemporary turn to cinephilia as an object of theoretical analysis and historiographical investigation through the essay films by José Luis Guerin and Isaki Lacuesta. In particular, I focus on Innisfree (José Luis Guerin 1990), Tren de sombras (Train of Shadows, José Luis Guerin 1997), Las variaciones Marker (The Marker Variations, Isaki Lacuesta 2008) and La noche que no acaba (All the Night Long, Isaki Lacuesta 2010). This work recovers and restages “cinephilic...

  8. Antonio José Ponte: el espacio como texto

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    María Guadalupe Silva

    2014-04-01

    This essay examines Antonio José Ponte’s tale "Un arte de hacer ruinas" (An Art of making ruins from the perspective of its narrative strategies. Considering the general structure of the book, in which this tale holds a central place, the essay inquires into the meanings of the very notion of "center" in Ponte’s literary project. Since the structuration of space, in particular, urban space, which is the first political space, is a matter of permanent reflection in his work, here I offer a reading of the allegorical "engineering" of the tale, establishing relations with other critical texts by Ponte which defies the metaphysics of Cuban nationalism and the centralizing ideology of the Estate.

  9. Nuevo Estadio José Zorrilla/Valladolid

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    Casas López-Amor, Luis

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    El nuevo estadio municipal «José Zorrilla», surge para sustituir el antiguo estadio del mismo nombre, de escaso aforo y en deficiente estado. La obra está situada a kilómetro y medio del río Pisuerga, al otro lado del casco urbano de Valladolid, y se ubica entre dos autovías de la Red Arterial de esta ciudad; su construcción se ha realizado simultáneamente a la del estadio. Uniendo ambas por sus extremos se ha construido la carretera de acceso al estadio. La redacción del proyecto, y la dirección de las obras del estadio se adjudicó, por el Excmo. Ayuntamiento de Valladolid a EUROESTUDIOS, SOCIEDAD ANÓNIMA, tras un concurso nacional de anteproyectos.

  10. José Revueltas: The Moral Voice of Dissent

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    Full Text Available This work presents an analysis of the intellectual and political legacy of José Revueltas in an attempt to properly assess the relevance of his thought and work. This can be elucidated through his literary and political work as an heterodox communist, who always placed words before weapons, although he toyed with the idea of violence as the midwife of History and defended its revolutionary role. His time in prison as well as his differences with the Soviet Union and the Mexican Communist Party influenced his marxist outlook and provided him with a different set of answers to the questions posed by the failures of the October Revolution. Cognitive democracy, a concept developed by Revueltas and alienation theory (in which capitalist society affects not only the working classes but every manifestation of human life constitute his legacy. His life is also a cautionary tale about religious commitment and politics.

  11. The Philosophical Anthropology of José Manzana

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    Rafael Gómez Miranda

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available The main focus and interest of José Manzana’s philosophical anthropology is centred on the human condition, the sense of man’s action, the possibility of knowledge… and all that refers to «vertical transcendence», towards the Absolute, which finally culminates in God. With his philosophical anthropology, Manzana aims to ground on a transcendental method of reflection the conditions of man and his different options as a human being. The objective of this author is to clarify human existence by identifying his moment of creation. The aforementioned reflection brings us to three main dimensions of the individual: the human being as an inquiring entity, his interpersonal dimension and his awakening to the Transcendental.

  12. Marketingová kampaň Josého Cury

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    HUSÁROVÁ, Iva

    2012-01-01

    My thesis is aimed at marketing campaign concerning the concert of José Cura organized within 19th International Musical Festival Český Krumlov and also at cultural marketing. The thesis is separated in practical and theoretical part. The theoretical part is specialized in cultural marketing and proceeds from findings of expert literature and information gathered from internet resources. The practical part deals with making of marketing campaign for concert of José Cura getting the data from ...

  13. Prisión/encierro en El Sexto de José María Arguedas y El apando de José Revueltas

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    2013-01-01

    La experiencia carcelaria ha sido motivo para que algunos escritores externen la manera en que el correlato social es representado a través de la estructura formal de las novelas. Es el caso de José María Arguedas en El Sexto y José Revueltas con El apando. En estas obras se describen las aberraciones y la violencia que suceden dentro de una cárcel; se muestran las relaciones de poder donde el orden está regido por los presos; existe, entonces, la deformación de los valores. Por ello, se part...

  14. Oil painting on tinplate by Francisco José Resende

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    Ana Rita Veiga

    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available Cet article se concentre sur l'étude des techniques d'exécution, des matériaux et de l'état de conservation de trois peintures à l'huile sur fer-blanc (acier couvert d'étain du peintre portugais Francisco José Resende (1825 – 1893. Bien que le choix de peindre sur un support métallique n'était pas commun au XIXème siècle, cet auteur a exécuté au long de sa vie différentes œuvres sur ce substrat. Dans ces recherches, apparaissent les résultats comparatifs de la technique d'exécution de Francisco Resende et des matériaux présents dans les couches picturales et dans le support des trois œuvres faisant l'objet de l'étude. Bien qu'elles aient été exécutées à des dates similaires, on remarque des problèmes de conservation distincts - notamment les détachements, les cloques et la corrosion -, qui sont décrits et liés aux matériaux constituants des peintures.This article focuses on the study of execution techniques, material composition and condition of three oil paintings on tinplate – a thin sheet of steel coated with tin - by the Portuguese painter Francisco José Resende (1825-1893. Although the choice to paint on a metallic support was not very common in the nineteenth century, the painter executed several works on this support. The comparative results focus on Francisco Resende’s technique of execution, the materials used in the paint layers and on the support of the three works which are being studied. Although executed in the same period, they show different conservation problems - namely delamination and blistering of the paint layers, and also corrosion of the support.

  15. El materialismo “real” de José Watanabe

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    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available ¿Qué exhibe la poesía de José Watanabe (1945-2007? Lo poco que se ha escrito sobre ella ha intentado reconstruir un imaginario personal a partir de su lugar de origen, sus relaciones familiares, su bestiario animal y, ciertamente, sus vínculos con el pasado cultural japonés. Su poesía ha sido descrita como “insular” dentro de la tradición de los años setenta en el Perú y se ha subrayado la voluntad por construir una opción estética que marca sus silencios y que es contraria a toda expansión retórica. Hijo de un migrante nipón y una madre natural de Otuzco (en el departamento de La Libertad, Watanabe es un poeta que destacó desde su primer libro y cuya obra ha venido posicionándose como una de las más prestigiosas en la lengua española.

  16. Académico Dr. José Mora Rubio

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    Zoilo Cuéllar-Montoya

    2007-12-01

    Mora Rubio, diplomado en neurocirugía por el Seraffi mer Lasarette de Estocolmo, dejó una verdadera constelación de excelentes neurocirujanos, sus discípulos, que hoy lo lloran en el dolor de su partida hacia le eternidad: creó una verdadera escuela neuroquirúrgica en al Hospital de San Juan de Dios de Bogotá, que perduró en su docencia mientras permaneció abierto a la población doliente, la menos favorecida de la ciudad y del país, el vetusto Hospital de Caridad, el Hospital de Jesús, José y María, fundado por Fray Juan de los Barrios en la Santafé de 1564 como el Hospital de San Pedro y transformado, en 1730, por los Hermanos de San Juan de Dios que, con el uso y el paso del tiempo, fue denominado por la gente como “Hospital de nuestro Padre San Juan de Dios”, y sus enseñanzas, su escuela práctica, fue continuada por todos y cada uno de sus discípulos en su práctica profesional a lo largo y ancho de Colombia.

  17. El exilio argentino de José Vasconcelos

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    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available En diciembre de 1929, José Vasconcelos, derrotado en las elecciones presidenciales, partió a un exilio que se prolongó durante una década. Durante un par de años residió en Estados Unidos, Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador, Cuba, Francia y España. De Europa pasó a Argentina donde radicó hasta enero de 1935, cuando se trasladó a Estados Unidos, donde vivió hasta su regreso a México en el otoño de 1938. En este artículo se revisa un segmento de este exilio, particularmente el desenvuelto a orillas del Río de la Plata. Interesa reconstruir la trayectoria intelectual de Vasconcelos cuando, a consecuencia de la derrota política y de la propia experiencia en el destierro, inició un deslizamiento hacia posiciones cada vez más conservadoras. Esas posiciones, definidas ya con claridad durante su residencia en Argentina, vinieron a clausurar el enorme caudal de simpatías que la utopía vasconceliana había despertado en espacios políticos e intelectuales en los primeros años de la década de 1920.

  18. Obituario. José Franciso Socarrás

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    En lamentable accidente de tránsito falleció en días pasados en Bogotá el doctor José Francisco Socarrás.

    El profesor Socarrás, como habitualmente se le conocía, fue una de las figuras médicas más brillantes del siglo en Colombia: magnífico escritor, excelente psiquiatra e insigne educador acumuló en el curso de su meritoria existencia una vasta cultura que puso al servicio de sus semejantes, en su consultorio particular, en las aulas universitarias y académicas, en sus escritos periodísticos y en el intercambio de ideas con los que tuvimos el honor de ser sus amigos.

    Nació Socarrás en Valledupar en 1906 y se graduó de médico en la Universidad Nacional en 1930 con una tesis novedosa para la época sobre el Psicoanálisis, que lo convirtió en el iniciador de los estudios sobre esa disciplina en nuestro País. Fue su presidente de tesis el doctor Maximiliano Rueda Galvis, formado en la escuela de Psiquiatría de Kraepelin y no ciertamente afecto a las teorías psiconalíticas freudinas. Rueda Galvis había establecido la cátedra de psiquiatría de la Universidad Nacional hacia 1925, que había sido excluida anteriomente de las disciplinas médicas con la tesis absurda de la Regeneración de que podía conducir al ateísmo.

    La formación Psiquiátrica de José Francisco Socarrás, iniciada con Rueda Galvis, se vio influida en sus comienzos por las ideas de Paul Ribot, quien reflejó en su época las vicisitudes de la nueva psicología que intentaba lograr una posición adecuada en el mundo científico particularmente en sus relaciones con dos vecinos incómodos, la fisiología y la filosofía. Por ello estudió Socarrás con ahínco la psicología de los sentimientos y las enfermedades de la voluntad.

    Se impregnó luego de las ideas del insigne psicólogo norteamericano William James, el padre del pragmatismo, quien sostenía en su estudio sobre la mente, que la emoción es tan sólo la toma de

  19. Simbolismo temporal en Garba, de José Moreno Villa

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    Romero Jódar, Andrés

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available In 1913, feeling the European uneasy spirits due to the threatening closeness of the Great War’s outbreak, the first collection/poem book of José Moreno Villa (poet and painter who stands in between Modernism and Avant-gardes at the beginning of the XX century of the Spanish literature appears published with the title of Garba. This work has been considered to be a modernist book of youth, inside a Modernism «a la andaluza,» conceiving Modernism as a syncretic «movement», hybrid from different trends, from Parnasianism to Symbolism, suffering from the decadentism of the fin de siècle’s fits. In a general sense, however, Garba can be seen as a work of its times in its European context, a work proper to a historical and social moment of crisis in the traditional values and changes in time perceptions. Without forgetting about its Spanish context, this short analysis has the aim of highlighting the unity of the work as a whole, a unity which is based on a cyclical structure close to the time perception of Nature —against mechanized time—, trying to break free from that alienated feeling which the industrialization of the beginning of the century conveys. Therefore, Garba may be seen as a work which reflects all the concerns about time perception which other contemporary authors were suffering far beyond the Spanish frontiers.En 1913, sintiendo el espíritu de incomodidad europea por la cercanía de la explosión de la Gran Guerra, aparece publicada bajo el título de Garba, la primera colección/libro de poemas de José Moreno Villa, poeta y pintor que se mueve entre Modernismo y vanguardias de comienzos del siglo XX en las letras españolas. Garba ha sido considerada como una obra modernista de juventud, dentro de un propio «Modernismo a la andaluza», entendiendo modernismo como un «movimiento» sincrético, híbrido de diferentes tendencias, desde el parnasianismo al simbolismo, pasando por el decadentismo del mal de fin de siglo

  20. Book review, Amati cani, José Jorge Letria

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    Manuel Graziani

    2008-03-01

    Full Text Available Con Amati cani ci discostiamo per una volta dalle pubblicazioni a carattere scientifico, per dare il giusto risalto ad un’interessante raccolta di narrativa che esplora il rapporto tra l'uomo e il suo miglior amico. José Jorge Latria, noto soprattutto per essere un esponente di spicco della canzone politica portoghese e per le sue opere poetiche, teatrali e di letteratura per ragazzi, nello scrivere questo libro compie un vero e proprio atto d’amore verso i cani, con il preciso intento di costringere i lettori ad eliminare dal proprio vocabolario il gratuito modo di dire ‘mondo cane’. L’Autore delinea brevi ritratti di cani che, da Argo in poi, hanno accompagnato da amici veri i loro celebri padroni nella buona e nella cattiva sorte: racconta cioè la storia di quei cani che non sono sprofondati nella voragine dell’oblio perchè i loro padroni hanno raggiunto la celebrità nel mondo della letteratura, della politica, del cinema, delle scienze o della musica. Con a fianco un amico fedele come un cane, la vita ha avuto un sapore diverso per Ernest Hemingway, Isaac Newton, Sigmund Freud, Buster Keaton, Marilyn Monroe, Pablo Picasso, John Steinbeck, Lord Byron, Tim Burton e altri ancora, tutti personaggi che sono presenti in questo libro grazie ai cani che hanno condiviso con loro la vita e le memorie. La lettura di Amati cani dà piacere poichè in ognuno di questi racconti batte, affettuoso e delicato, il cuore di un cane; ma dà anche un pò da pensare in quanto celebra in maniera molto tenera l’amore, la fedeltà e la solidarietà tra l’uomo e il suo speciale amico a quattro zampe.

  1. José Martí y la ciencia

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    José Suárez Lezcano

    2015-11-01

    Full Text Available Nuestro José Martí, ejemplo de una formación humanística integral, escribió en una carta a María Mantilla:”Donde yo encuentro poesía mayor es en los libros de ciencia…” Martí vio la ciencia como un fenómeno social y consideró que el desarrollo científico técnico debía estar en función de la satisfacción de las necesidades de las grandes mayorías. Su sistemática voluntad  de cultivarse, de tratar de entender al mundo y no sólo de vivirlo, de razonarlo, fue el motor principal que llevaría a Martí a hacerse de una cultura científica y técnica poco común entre los hombres de su época. También el hecho de vivir durante muchos años en los Estados Unidos le permitió analizar con  profundidad y realismo la sociedad de la época, y por tanto llegó a tener una visión muy avanzada de la relación hombre – naturaleza - sociedad, llegando a convertirse en un gran divulgador de los avances de la ciencia y la técnica de aquella época. La originalidad del periodismo de nuevo tipo que inicia José Martí como vehículo para la divulgación científico - técnica encuentra una de sus más altas expresiones en la revista “La América”. Esta publicación había comenzado en abril de 1882, en Nueva York, bajo la dirección de Rafael de Castro Palomino, quien solicita la colaboración del poeta. A partir del mes de marzo de 1883, el Maestro redacta “La América” en su totalidad, desde los titulares hasta los artículos ensayísticos. Martí caracteriza “La América” como “periódico útil”, pues se dedicó a divulgar los adelantos de la industria, comercio y agricultura de los productores de la América del Norte, y en el avisador prudente de los compradores de la América del Sur. Este carácter de la publicación permite a José Martí tratar desde las páginas de “La América” los recientes descubrimientos científicos, la reseña detallada de las exposiciones que exhibían los últimos logros de la t

  2. Notações espaciais como formas de inteligibilidade cultural: Graciliano Ramos, José María Arguedas, Juan José Saer

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    Graciela Ravetti

    2011-10-01

    Full Text Available Resumo: Estudam-se, neste artigo, formas de desenhar o espaço literário com a perspectiva do “lugar” e do “movimento no lugar” em escritores com fortes vínculos com, pelo menos, duas tradições. É possível afirmar que cada tradição _ e dentro delas, cada período histórico _ consolida um modo de representação do espaço e, com isso, reflete uma visão de mundo particular. A expectativa é encontrar novas formas de inteligibilidade da cultura a partir dos problemas de figuração. Os três autores estudados são latino-americanos: José María Arguedas é peruano e considerado um escritor bicultural, sendo como foi ligado tanto às culturas indígenas de sua região (aymara e quéchua quanto ao que de mais moderno apresentava a literatura de América Hispânica nas décadas de 50 e 60 (o realismo mágico e o testemunho; Graciliano Ramos é comumente associado à tradição literária brasileira no que esta tem de ocidental e moderna, mas mostra fortes vínculos com o interior do nordeste, o que lhe empresta um perfil ligado a dois aspectos determinantes da cultura brasileira; Juan José Saer é argentino e ligado, por um lado, à tradição argentina dos séculos XIX e XX, e, por outro, conectado, pelas circunstâncias de seu exílio (1968 até sua morte, em 2005 à França e à cultura européia. De Graciliano Ramos privilegia-se aqui seu romance Vidas Secas; de José Maria Arguedas seu conto A agonia de Rasu-Ñiti; de Juan José Saer, seu romance El limonero real.Palavras-chave: Graciliano Ramos; Vidas Secas; José María Arguedas; A agonia de Rasu-Ñiti; Juan José Saer; El limonero real; espaço; cultura.Resumen: Se estudian, en este artículo, formas de bosquejar el espacio literario desde la perspectiva del “lugar” y del “movimiento en el lugar” en escritores con fuertes vínculos con, por lo menos, dos tradiciones. Es posible afirmar que cada tradición — y en su interior, cada período histórico — consolida

  3. Use of Portfolio Assessment Technique in Teaching Map Sketching and Location in Secondary School Geography in Jos, Nigeria

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    Ugodulunwa, Christiana; Wakjissa, Sayita

    2015-01-01

    This study investigated the use of portfolio assessment technique in teaching map sketching and location in geography in Jos, Nigeria. It adopted a quasi-experimental design. Two schools were selected using a table of random numbers from a population of 51 schools in Jos South and assigned to each of experimental and control group. The…

  4. Conferencia "José Ignacio Barberi" Las etapas prenatales del Hospital de La Misericordia

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    Alfonso Vargas Rubiano

    1996-07-01

    Full Text Available Hace exactamente un siglo, cuando la ciudad de Bogotá y el país entero aun se estremecían par la trágica muerte de José Asunción Silva y por los desastres de la Guerra Civil (1895, regresan a su ciudad natal los esposos José Ignacio Barberi y María Josefa Cualla, después de una permanencia de nueve años en Europa.

  5. El concepto de “revolución” en José Martí

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    2007-01-01

    El presente ensayo busca situar en el contexto histórico de finales del siglo XIX el aporte político, filosófico y literario de José Martí. Con Martí, no solo culmina un siglo, sino que forja un proyecto integral histórico a todos los pueblos de Nuestra América para el nuevo siglo. This essay searches to situate in the historical context al the end of the century the political, philosophical and literary contribution of José Martí. With him ends a century and also creates an integral histo...

  6. La poesía como vaso comunicante entre los Cuadernos de apuntes de José Martí y los de José Lezama Lima

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    Atencio, Caridad

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    Este artículo estudia los llamados Diarios del poeta José Lezama Lima, que recogen anotaciones suyas entre los años 1939-1949 y entre 1956-1958, para analizar cómo se refleja en ambos textos el interés por la poesía y la reflexión acerca de la misma. Sus anotaciones son comparadas con las de José Martí, percibiendo que mientras que la poesía era para Martí la forma suprema de la literatura, para Lezama llegó a ser un método de conocimiento de la realidad, la categoría central a la que conduce...

  7. La poesía como vaso comunicante entre los Cuadernos de apuntes de José Martí y los de José Lezama Lima

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    Caridad Atencio

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo estudia los llamados Diarios del poeta José Lezama Lima, que recogen anotaciones suyas entre los años 1939-1949 y entre 1956-1958, para analizar cómo se refleja en ambos textos el interés por la poesía y la reflexión acerca de la misma. Sus anotaciones son comparadas con las de José Martí, percibiendo que mientras que la poesía era para Martí la forma suprema de la literatura, para Lezama llegó a ser un método de conocimiento de la realidad, la categoría central a la que conduce su pensamiento estético. Se pretende demostrar además cómo Lezama parte de las ideas de Martí sobre la poesía para llegar a tener ideas propias y luego trascendentes.   This article studies what are known as the Diaries of poet José Lezama Lima, in which his notes taken between 1939-1949 and 1956-1958 are gathered in order to analyze how both texts reflect his interest towards poetry as well as his reflections about it. His notes are compared with those of José Martí, revealing the fact that whereas for Martí, poetry was the supreme manifestation of literature; Lezama saw it as a method for acquiring knowledge of reality, the central category to which his aesthetic thinking leads. An attempt is made to further showcase the fact that Lezama starts off with Martí's ideas about poetry in order to later develop his own, which would at a later date become transcendental.

  8. Meningitis Outbreak in Jos: A Report of 29 Cases seen in ...

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    Background/Purpose: The sudden upsurge in cases of meningitis noted in our Emergency Paediatrics Unit was the stimulus for keeping track of the cases presented in this write up. Epidemics and sectarian crises is a well known phenomenon. We present our findings of meningitis outbreak in Jos North LGA coming after ...

  9. Faith Seeking Effectiveness: The Missionary Theology of José Bonino

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    Davies, P.J.

    2006-01-01

    This dissertation argues that the theology of José Bonino is a praxis driven missionary theology. It is, as with every other theology, contextual—written from the perspective of the context, and is deeply affected by its context. Míguez Bonino’s theological methodology begins with missionary praxis

  10. El cuento de Juan José Arreola: entre el arte y el horror

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    Evangelista Ávila, Iram Isaí

    2016-01-01

    La investigación aborda dos temas en la cuentística de Juan José Arreola: el arte y el horror. Arte y horror aparecen simbolizados dentro de sus cuentos como vehículos miméticos que, al interpretarlos, nos dan la posibilidad de acercarnos a una conce

  11. Aniversarios: José Camacho Carreño; Eduardo Castillo Gálvez

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    Full Text Available En el documento se realiza sendas notas de conmemoración  del fallecimiento de don José Camacho Carreño y don Eduardo Castillo Gálvez. Esta pequeña nota tiene como fin realizar un homenaje a tan reputados miembros del círculo cultural del país.

  12. A study of drug use pattern among inmates of Jos prison, Nigeria ...

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    This study investigated drug use pattern among inmates of Jos prison between 2010 and 2014. The study used a longitudinal design. Secondary data from the records unit of the Prison was employed for this study. The social disorganization theory was adopted for the understanding of drug abuse among prison inmates.

  13. José Bonifácio, o geólogo

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    Setembrino Petri

    1963-09-01

    Full Text Available A Sociedade Brasileira de Geologia não poderia deixar de associar-se às justas homenagens que estão sendo prestadas no bi-centenário do nascimento do imortal santistá José Bonifácio de Andrada e Silva.

  14. Survey of snail intermediate hosts of trematodes in Jos South Local ...

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    Streams and irrigation schemes in selected areas of Jos South Local Government Area, Plateau State, Nigeria were surveyed for snail intermediate hosts of Trematodes. A total of 1045 snails were collected from streams with long handled scoop net and in some areas manually with hand in gloves. The snails were put in ...

  15. ClasSoil Genesis in Volcanic Areas of the Jos Plateau, Nigeria ...

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    The purpose of this study was to explain the genesis of soils formed in the volcanic areas of the Jos Plateau, Nigeria. Ten soil profile pits, representing the various landscape segments of a typical volcano and a lava plain, were dug, described and sampled for physical, chemical and mineralogical analyses. The results show ...

  16. José Ortega y Gasset y la deshumanización del arte

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    Constanza Nieto Yusta

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available El ensayo que José Ortega y Gasset publicaba en 1925, La deshumanización del arte, hacía su aparición en el contexto del desarrollo de la vanguardia artística española. La lectura que el filósofo realizó de la problemática existente entre el arte nuevo y su recepción polémica por parte del público se muestra hoy en día de una gran actualidad. En el análisis de José Ortega y Gasset entran en juego algunos de los factores decisivos en la gestación del arte del siglo XX: la abstracción, la ironía, el juego y la importancia de la recepción pública.José Ortega y Gasset’s essay La deshumanización del arte, published in 1925, appeared in the context of the Spanish artistic avant-garde. The interpretation of the Spanish philosopher about the relation between the contemporary art and its public controversial reception, is a subject of great importance today. The analysis of José Ortega y Gasset introduces most of basic concepts in the origin and development of contemporary art of the 20th century: the abstraction, the irony and the game and audience’s importance.

  17. Serum Lipids In Pre Dialysis Chronic Renal Failure Patients In Jos ...

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    A prospective study of serum lipids in pre dialysis chronic renal failure (CRF) patients in the Jos university teaching hospital over a twelve month period undertaken to determine the pattern of lipid abnormalities associated with this disease. Lipids were measured in the fasting state using standard methods in 67 patients with ...

  18. Isolation of Aeromonas caviae from yoghurt (“nono”) sold in Jos ...

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    A total of 30 nono samples were collected from Farin Gada, Bauchi Road and Gangare markets in Jos and analysed for the presence of Aeromonas species. 3 (10%) of the 30 nono samples were positive for Aeromonas species; which was found to be Aeromonas caviae. All the isolates were obtained from non-heat treated ...

  19. A Construção da Memória em José Saramago

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    Gisele Ambrósio Gomes

    2010-07-01

    Full Text Available O presente artigo tem por objetivo analisar a elaboração das memórias de infância e de adolescência do escritor José Saramago através da escrita autobiográfica encontrada em seu livro intitulado As Pequenas Memórias.

  20. ATMOSPHERIC DYNAMICS OF AIR POLLUTION DISPERSION AND SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT IN JOS-NIGERIA

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    Moses Eterigho Emetere

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available The basic properties of chlorine were used to determine the dis persion patterns of the recent Jos explosion. The dynamic aerosols content model was us ed to affirm the eight kinds of dispersion patterns discussed in this text. The locati on of the victims showed that the dispersion at Jos was either linear or polynomial disp ersion. The dispersions are influenced by atmospheric ventilation, stagnation and recir culation. The last chlorine gas explosion follows the linear or polynomial dispers ion because of the current state of aerosol loadings in Jos. The aftermath effect of this kind of dispersion may be more threatening than the initial danger due to the chem ical formation of more dangerous compounds. The atmosphe ric conditions for the formati on of toxic compound were investigated using twelve years MERRA satellite o bservation. The degree of freedom of methane, carbon oxide and ozone was nearly uniform for the past five years. This means the next five years or more may be threa tening for life forms within the region. The installation of gas tracers within major locations in Jos was suggested to monitor the formation of dioxins in the atmosphere.

  1. A la memoria de José Antonio Rojas Tercero, 1959-2008

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    José Miguel Fernández Fernández

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available La revista recuerda la figura de José Antonio Rojas, Catedrático de Economía Financiera y Contabilidad dde la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha desde el punto de vista humani y profesional

  2. Patterns Of Aggression Among Psychiatric In-Patients At The Jos ...

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    Aggression in the form of violence has been reportedly associated with a variety of psychiatric diagnoses, and in some cases, serious consequences have resulted form such assault. The study was aimed at determining the ranges and target of aggressive behaviour among Psychiatric in-patients at Jos University Teaching ...

  3. Profile of clients requesting for removal of intrauterine devices in Jos ...

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    Background/Objective: Method: A retrospective study of all patients having their previously inserted IUDs removed at the Jos University Teaching Hospital, Northern Nigeria, between January 1999 and December 2004. Results: The mean (± SD) age and parity of the clients was 32.9 ± 6.9 years and 4.0 ± 2.2 respectively.

  4. Level of heavy metals in soils and lemon grass in Jos, Bukuru and ...

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    Level of heavy metals in soils and lemon grass in Jos, Bukuru and environs, Nigeria. SJ Salami, EA Akande, DM Zachariah. Abstract. No Abstract. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences Vol. 13 (2) 2007: pp. 193-196. Full Text: EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT ...

  5. Economic impacts of ethnic rivalry on Jos, Plateau State 1994-2004 ...

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    ... North Central areas of Nigeria which Jos, Plateau State belonged. These ethnic rivalries posed serious socioeconomic threats to the State and the fortunes of the people Jeopardized. Hence the paper examines the crucial sectors of the state economy like agriculture, tourism, livestock production and the natural resources ...

  6. Information needs of post-primary school teachers in Jos, Plateau ...

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    This study is aimed at identifying the Information Needs of Post-Primary School Teachers in Jos Metropolitan. The extent to which the Teacher's Information Needs as identified were being met by the Library available to them in their schools and obstacles faced in making sure that enough information resources are provided ...

  7. A survey for haemo-parasite of pigs slaughtered in Jos Abattoir ...

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    A survey for haemo-parasite of pigs slaughtered at the Jos Abattoir was carried out between May and November 2007, to determine the sex, age, breeds related incidence and possible risk factor(s) to the spread of infection using direct smear and staining technique. Out of the total of 532 pigs examined, 92(17.29%) were ...

  8. Prevalence of Gastro-Intestinal Parasites of Pigs in Jos, Plateau ...

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    There is a growing concern for pig parasites as a bottleneck for low productivity and reduction in the market value of pork meat. The economic losses resulting from gastrointestinal parasites of pigs are quite enormous. This study was designed to investigate the prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites of pigs in Jos Plateau ...

  9. Market gardening, urban development and income generation on the Jos Plateau, NIgeria

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    Ajaegbu, H.I.; Grossman, D.; Berg, van den L.M.

    2000-01-01

    Are their ways to improve small-scale market gardening in and around the city of Jos, Central Nigeria, in order to raise its productivity and income-generating capacity? This question, the relevance of which extends to many other urban areas in sub-Saharan Africa, runs as a common thread through

  10. The Semen of Fertile Men in Jos, Nigeria | Akande | Journal of ...

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    The objectives of the study was to assess decline in semen concentration in apparently fertile healthy men in Jos, Nigeria. During the period of the study, semen samples were obtained from men of proven fertility. These consisted 106 men who were male partners of pregnant women drawn from antenatal clinics. Apparently ...

  11. Occurrence of Loasis in a Savannah Ecosystem of The Jos Plateau ...

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    This study evaluated the occurrence of loasis in ten (10) communities of Jos East LGA, Plateau State, North Central Nigeria. Blood samples were collected from 768 consented persons between 12 noon and 4.00 pm. Parasitological analysis using 10 % Giemsa stain results showed that 50 (6.5%) of the sampled population ...

  12. José del Carmen Acosta. Un hombre sin enemigos

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    Fernando Guzmán Mora

    1990-08-01

    hasta entonces cálida relación médico paciente, que si bien no curaba, siempre consolada, para citar el conocido refrán popular.

    El hombre que marca en nuestro medio bogotano el período de transición entre la formación médica de influencia francesa y la nueva formacion norteamericana es el profesor José del Carmen Acosta Villaveces, gineco-obstetra de oficio, cirujano de corazón, internista de pensamiento y gran maestro de generaciones médicas colombianas entre los años de 1920 y 1960, época de cruciales cambios políticos, crisis de valores filosóficos y profundas transformaciones científicas, que formaron el criterio de la generación que tuvo que sufrir el mayor paso evolutivo de la educación médica en nuestro país...

  13. 'Los desengaños místicos' (1757) de fray José Alberto Gay

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    Mata-Induráin, C. (Carlos)

    2005-01-01

    Fray José Alberto Gay, tudelano, escribió varias obras literarias, de las que destaca su obra 'Los desengaños místicos', obra en verso publicada en 1757. Fray José Alberto Gay wrote several literary works; the most notably of them is his book 'Los desengaños místicos', book of verse published in 1757.

  14. La melancolía en Amistad funesta de José Martí

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    Ainhoa Segura Zariquiegui

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    Full Text Available Existe una multitud de formas de acercarnos a la obra literaria de José Martí. En esta ocasión, se va mostrar de qué forma está impregnado el concepto de melancolía en su novela Amistad funesta. El análisis trata de ofrecer una nueva mirada sobre este texto gracias a la aplicación de las herramientas de la literatura comparada. Lucía Jerez se va a casar con su primo John, pero aparece Sol, una joven muy hermosa que hace estallar el conflicto entre los protagonistas. Tras el análisis de la historia de la melancolía en la literatura de Occidente, se comprueba cómo este concepto se mantiene arraigado en el Modernismo y, más concretamente, en esta obra de José Martí.

  15. Pedro José Velarde: un rapsoda callejero en el México del siglo XVIII

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    Bernabéu Albert, Salvador

    2005-12-01

    Full Text Available The Inquisition trial of Pedro José Velarde in 1768 reveals the life and works of this street poet that was very popular in the market of El Baratillo. Velarde was imprisoned because some of his compositions were dedicated to praise the activities of the jesuits, expelled in 1767. He was sentenced to three years in prison serving in the San Juan de Dios Hospital, but died in poverty in 1768.

    Gracias al proceso abierto por la Inquisición mexicana en 1768 podemos reconstruir parcialmente la vida y la obra de Pedro José Velarde, poeta callejero que se hizo famoso en el mercado del Baratillo. Algunas de sus composiciones fueron dedicadas a ensalzar las actividades de los jesuitas, expulsados en 1767, por lo que fue encarcelado y sentenciado a servir durante tres años en el hospital de San Juan de Dios. Murió en 1784 en la pobreza.

  16. José Segundo de Lema : Arquitectura del siglo XIX en Aranjuez

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    Magdalena Merlos Romero

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available El arquitecto José Segundo de Lema es autor de varias obras en Aranjuez en el siglo XIX. Se valora el estilo del arquitecto, la tipología arquitectónica y su integración en el concepto urbano del real sitio. Se analizan la reforma del Hospital de San Carlos, el cementerio y varios palacios privados.The architect José Segundo de Lema is the autor of several works in Aranjuez in the XIXth Century. We value the architect’s style, the architectural typology and its integration in the urban concept of the Royal Site of Aranjuez. We analyse the reform of the San Carlos Hospital, the cemetery and several private palaces.

  17. The education through the ideas of José Martí

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    Manuel Fernández-Carcassés

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    Full Text Available This article is an approach to the ideas of José Martí about the education, beginning from its function as formative of morals, ethics and esthetics values, and human and latin-american feelings. Also, it studies the popular character of the education like a human right, its scientist style and the urgency to use didactics methods for to stimulate the intelligence of students, without authoritarian and memorizing learning. This article insists in the important relations between the education and the societies and the epoch. The conclusion is: Cuban Revolution defined a strategy of development based in the ideas of José Martí. This strategy includes the education that, by the first time, takes into account the demands of our society.            

  18. Past’s Present: Artist’s Books by José Oliveira

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    Catarina Figueiredo Cardoso

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    Full Text Available José Oliveira is a book artist who takes inspiration from the history and evolution of the Western book and of Western writing. His artist’s books take the form of codices, scrolls and leporellos and embody the beliefs, grief and hopes of their author. They ask us about our conceptions of the book and the nature of reading. They are evidences of their author’s resolute rejection of contemporary techniques applied to books.

  19. A propósito de José Luis Brea: del archivo a la RAM

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    Fernando Broncano

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available The philosopher José Luis Brea proposes a notion of memory spread around a network of connections, which reveals a conception of culture based on a RAM structure and contrary to the culture of archive. The underwent changes in the classification of disciplines caused by individual’s attitudes deriving from the new media hyperconnectivity environment will be reviewed here and the relevance in the present humanities of concepts such as exile, frontier and question without answer.

  20. José Antonio Ocampo : l'inclusion sociale et économique est ...

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    14 oct. 2015 ... Le développement rural est essentiel à la paix en Colombie, compte tenu du fait que le conflit qui perdure est principalement à caractère rural, a déclaré l'éminent économiste du développement, José Antonio Ocampo, lors d'une allocution qui a attiré un grand nombre de personnes, à Ottawa, le 25 ...

  1. José Lezama Lima y el neo-barroco americano

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    Claudia Caisso

    2010-05-01

    Full Text Available This work revises some moments in José Lezama Lima´s work, his neo-baroque and poetic system. Considering the transformation between the topics of insularity and hybridism, the paper examine some relevant aspects concerning style as “splendor formae” in the construction of traditions and in the poetry logos. In particular it emphasizes the metaphor’s role and some languages issues around “reminiscent time”.

  2. José Martí: observador y creador de realidades.

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    El presente artículo tiene como propósito establecer una relación entre el pensamiento pedagógico de José Martí con algunos de los planteamientos que desde el paradigma de la complejidad, especialmente desde la biopedagogía, soportan las investigaciones pedagógicas contemporáneas que se inscriben también en los conceptos de ecoeducacíon y armonización educativa

  3. Archeology at the Fortress of São José in Macapá

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    Marcos Pereira Magalhães

    2006-12-01

    Full Text Available This article supposes that the main goal for the construction of Fortaleza de São José de Macapá, instead of to be a military one, it was a occupation and colonization enterprising, which was done by settling a population loyal to the Portuguese Kingdom, whose more specific military objective, defense against others conquerors and base to conquer new lands (the Peruvian mines, always performed a minor function.

  4. Experience in the management of the mass casualty from the January 2010 Jos Crisis.

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    Ozoilo, K N; Amupitan, I; Peter, S D; Ojo, E O; Ismaila, B O; Ode, M; Adoga, A A; Adoga, A S

    2016-01-01

    On the 17 of January 2010, a sectarian crisis broke out in Jos the capital of Plateau state, Nigeria. It created a mass casualty situation in the Jos University Teaching Hospital. We present the result of the hospital management of that mass casualty incident. To share our experience in the management of the mass casualty situation arising from the sectarian crisis of Jos in January 2010. We retrospectively reviewed the hospital records of patients who were treated in our hospital with injuries sustained in the Jos crisis of January 2010. A total of 168 patients presented over a four day period. There were 108 males (64.3%) and 60 females (35.7%). The mean age was 26 ± 16 years. Injury was caused by gunshots in 68 patients (40.5%), machete in 56 (33.3%), falls in 22 (13.1%) and burning in 21 (13.1%). The body parts injured were the upper limbs in 61(36.3%) patients, lower limbs 44 (26.2%) and scalp 43 (25.6%). Majority, 125 (74.4%) did not require formal operative care. Fourteen (8.3%) patients had complications out of which 10 (6.0%) were related to infections. There were 5 (3.1%) hospital mortalities and the mean duration of hospital stay was 4.2 days. The hospital operations returned to routine 24 hours after the last patient was brought in. As a result of changes made to our protocol, management proceeded smoothly and there was no stoppage of the hospital response at any point. This civil crisis involved mostly young males. Injuries were mainly lacerations from machete and gunshot injuries. Majority of the victims did not require formal surgical operations beyond initial care. Maintaining continuity in the positions of the Incident commander and the mass casualty commander ensure a smooth disaster response with fewer challenges.

  5. Formação de gestores escolares: a atualidade de José Querino Ribeiro School administrators training: José Querino Ribeiro's topicality

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    Vitor Henrique Paro

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    Full Text Available A pretexto da comemoração dos cem anos de nascimento de José Querino Ribeiro, procura-se recuperar pontos relevantes da obra desse importantíssimo autor dos estudos sobre administração escolar, no Brasil, incidindo sobre suposto paradoxo aí presente e destacando duas alternativas para a formação de dirigentes escolares: uma formação "técnica" específica, calcada nos princípios e métodos da empresa capitalista, com apelo "gerencial" e privilegiando as formas de controle do trabalho alheio, ou uma formação fundamentada no pedagógico e nas potencialidades da educação como prática democrática.The celebration of José Querino Ribeiro's birthday centennial led this paper to rescue the relevant points in the work of this very important author of studies on school administration in Brazil. Its stresses the supposed paradox herein present and highlights two alternatives to train school administrators: one, specific and "technical", is grounded in the methods and principles of capitalist companies, with "managerial" appeal and strong emphasis on how to control someone else's work while the other is based on pedagogical foundations and the potential of education as a democratic practice.

  6. Lanterna Mágica: as Luzes no jornalismo de José Liberato (1813 - 1821

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    Luís Francisco Munaro

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    Full Text Available O projeto iluminista subentende que a educação humana, escapando ao controle das autoridades eclesiásticas e políticas, tornaria o acesso ao pensamento racional irrestrito. Um dos instrumentos de divulgação da pedagogia iluminista foram os jornais, considerados uma epístola regular entre homens de letras que gradualmente vão sendo destinadas a parcelas mais amplas da população. Dentre os mais importantes representantes das Luzes em Portugal está o jornalista José Liberato, autor de dois jornais publicados em Londres entre 1813 e 1821. O autor compreendeu o seu papel de introduzir os portugueses na Era da Razão e, para tanto, imbuiu-se de uma pedagogia que respeitava tanto a religião quanto a monarquia. A proposta deste artigo é investigar os ideais letrados de Liberato, sua proposta pedagógica e, mais importante, como o seu exercício jornalístico construiu uma utopia voltada para pensar o futuro português.   Palavras-chave: História do jornalismo; Iluminismo; Utopia política; José Liberato; O Investigador.   ABSTRACT The Enlightenment implies that human education, escaping the control of ecclesiastical and political authorities, would make possible unrestricted access to rational thought. One of the communication tools of the Enlightenment pedagogy were the newspapers, considered a regular letter among men of letters gradually being designed to broader segments of the population. Among the most important representatives of the Enlightenment in Portugal is the journalist José Liberato, author of two newspapers published in London between 1813 and 1821. The author understood their role to introduce the Portuguese in the Age of Reason and is imbued-in a pedagogy that respected both religion and the monarchy. The purpose of this article is to investigate the literate ideals of Liberato, his pedagogical proposal and, most importantly, how his journalistic exercise built a dedicated utopia to think the Portuguese future

  7. José Miguel Jiménez receives Order of Alfonso X the Wise

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    On 12 July 2016, José Miguel Jiménez, Head of CERN Technology Department, has been awarded a spanish civil decoration — an encomienda — of the Order of Alfonso X the Wise (see here), for his outstanding experience in the field of research and scientific management in particle physics.   The ceremony took place at the National Library of Spain, in Madrid, on 12 July. From left: Marcial Marín Hellín, Secretary of State for Education, Professional training and Universities; José María Lassalle Ruiz, Secretary of State for Culture; Íñigo Méndez de Vigo y Montojo, Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport; José Miguel Jiménez, Head of CERN Technology Department; Carmen Vela Olmo, Secretary of State for Investigation, Development and Innovation. (Photo: ©Javier Martínez de la Torre, M...

  8. Rocky-reef fish assemblages at San José Island, Mexico Asociaciones de peces de arrecifes rocosos en Isla San José, México

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    Full Text Available We analyzed the composition, diversity, and abundance of marine fish at rocky reefs off San José island, Mexico between October 2001 and August 2002. Fish species were recorded using a visual census in 5 sampling areas of 50 by 5 meters at 2 depths, shallow (1-3 meters and intermediate (5-7 meters. A total of 26 946 organisms were counted, belonging to 84 species. The families Serranidae (9 species, Labridae (8, Pomacentridae (7, and Haemulidae (6 were the most representative. We measured the rugosity of the bottom surface, which showed a positive relationship with abundance, richness, and fish diversity. The ocean bottom off San José island is covered with various size rocks that offer more feeding and refuge areas to fish assemblages than other areas. The ecological index increased during the warm season. Diversity and richness showed significant variations (PSe analizó la estructura íctica de los arrecifes rocosos de Isla San José, México entre octubre del 2001 y agosto del 2002. Las especies fueron registradas por medio de censos visuales, los cuales se realizaron sobre transectos de 50 m de largo X 5 m de ancho en 2 profundidades: somera (1-3 m e intermedia (5-7 m. Se contabilizaron un total de 26 946 individuos pertenecientes a 84 especies. Las familias mejor representadas fueron Serranidae (9, Labridae (8, Pomacentridae (7 y Haemulidae (6. La rugosidad del sustrato presentó una correlación positiva con la abundancia, riqueza y diversidad de especies de peces, lo que podría indicar que zonas con altos valores de rugosidad ofrecen a los peces más áreas de alimentación y refugio. Los índices ecológicos mostraron una tendencia de incremento de especies durante la temporada cálida. La diversidad y riqueza específica presentaron variaciones significativas entre profundidades (P<0.05, con valores más altos en los sitios expuestos de la isla ( Conejo, Pardito y San Francisquito. El índice de valor biológico indicó que las

  9. La escritura entre la antropología y la literatura en José María Arguedas

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    Rômulo Monte Alto

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    Full Text Available Resumo: Este texto trata das relações entre a escrita literária e a antropológica em José María Arguedas, a partir do exame de parte de sua correspondência com antropólogos, bem como de seus textos ficcionais, especialmente, seu último romance El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo (1971.Palavras-chave: José María Arguedas; El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo; correspondência; literatura; antropologia.Resumen: Este texto trata de las relaciones entre la escritura literaria y antropológica en José María Arguedas, desde el examen de parte de su correspondencia con antropólogos, así como de sus textos ficcionales, especialmente, su última novela El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo (1971.Palabras-clave: José María Arguedas; El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo; correspondencia; literatura; antropología.Keywords: José María Arguedas; El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo; letters; literature; anthropology

  10. La quiebra de José Ojesto y Puerto (Santander, c. 1801- Salamanca, 1871

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    Javier INFANTE MIGUEL-MOTTA

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    Full Text Available RESUMEN: En este artículo abordo un aspecto concreto sólo apuntado en una reciente investigación mía, en curso de publicación, sobre la biografía de José Ojesto que llegó a ser uno de los principales negociantes de la Salamanca de las décadas centrales del siglo XIX. Se trata de estudiar su ruina o, mejor dicho, el final de ésta que adoptó la forma jurídica del concurso de acreedores instado por el propio interesado. A falta de la pertinente documentación judicial, examino la cuestión en el Registro de la Propiedad y, a través de sus inscripciones, en las escrituras notariales de la época. Palabras clave: Ojesto, ruina, acreedores, concurso de acreedores, comisión liquidadora y administradora, bienes y fincas. ABSTRACT: In this article I deal with a specific aspect, which has only been approached by myself in a recent investigation, which has not been publisshed yet, the mencioned article is about José Ojesto’s biography, he became one of the main businessmen in Salamanca in the middle of the XIX century. The aim of this article is José Ojesto’s bankruptcy or to be more accurate, the end of it, which adopted the legal form of competitive tendenring of creditors, which was urged by Ojesto himself. Since there are not any legal data about it, I examined this matter in land register and through its notarial inscriptions of the time. Keywords: Ojesto, bankruptcy, creditors, competitive tendering creditors, liquidation and administration committee, goods and farms.

  11. La amada enemiga: misoginia en la narrativa de Juan José Arreola

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    Homenaje a Juan José Arreola [ES]Cuando la crítica aborda el tema de la misoginia en la literatura suele atribuirse a épocas pasadas estas actitud de rechazo hacia la mujer, postulando con infundado optimismo que tal pensamiento no tiene lugar en el seno de la sociedad actual y (aún menos) en países desarrollados. El presente análisis pretende demostrar que el sentimiento de aversión hacia el "eterno" femenino lo podemos encontrar en algunas de las obras literarias de autores contemporáneo...

  12. Entrevista com o Geógrafo José Alberto Moreno

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    Full Text Available Entrevista realizada com o Geógrafo José Alberto Moreno, profissional que durante décadas se dedicou ao trabalho na Divisão de Geografia e Cartografia (DGC, na época vinculada à Secretaria da Agricultura do Rio Grande do Sul. Moreno também foi o diretor do Boletim Geográfico do RS entre as edições 14 (janeiro - dezembro de 1971 e 19 (janeiro - dezembro de 1976.

  13. José Carlos Mariátegui y la reforma universitaria

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    En una carta de 1927 al escritor Enrique Espinoza (Samuel Glusberg), quien le había solicitado sus datos biográficos, José Carlos Mariátegui escribía, entre otras cosas: "soy un autodidacta [ . . . ] en Europa frecuenté algunos cursos libremente, pero sin decidirme nunca a perder mi carácter extra-universitario y tal vez si hasta anti-universitario". Esta colocación peculiar de Mariátegui, sin embargo, no había impedido, antes bien había tal vez favorecido, su interés precoz y agudo hacia los...

  14. José Sacristán: Las puertas abiertas de América Latina

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    Full Text Available José Sacristán prestigioso actor español en la película "En un lugar del mundo" (1991 del director Adolfo Aristaraín apuesta por Latinoamérica, señala que allí hay futuro hay un modo de entender la vida con más esperanza, es una puerta abierta al futuro. La solidaridad, la honradez y la dignidad humana toman cuerpo en este filme. La cinta argentina recibió la Concha de Oro, en el Festival de San Sebastián.

  15. Traducciones, versiones y homenajes en la poesía de José Emilio Pacheco

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    Full Text Available The importance of translation and version in the intellectual work of the Mexican writer José Emilio Pacheco [1939] becomes highly relevant since both activities constituted the final section of his poem collections, with the title 'Aproximaciones'. Moreover, in all of his books strong intertextual relations, homages, quotes and texts 'in the style of', besides the use of heteronomy, abound. All of these weave a net which backs his belief that 'poetry is made by all of us', a conception allowing him at times to trust in the permanence of the poetic word against the conviction of the future as destruction and ruin

  16. Pioneros del ciclismo en Andalucía: José Morgado (1925-1930)

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    En los últimos años se ha pasado de estudiar los grandes acontecimientos y personajes a la historia cotidiana de las personas que como grupo han ido formando una historia social de cada época. En ese sentido, se encuadra el presente estudio, que trata de analizar los orígenes del ciclismo en Andalucía a principios del siglo XX, a través de sus primeros practicantes y en el presente caso, mediante lo que se ha podido descubrir de uno de sus pioneros: José Morgado Navarro (1892-1962), un malagu...

  17. O dialeto do piloto José Alves de Lima (1739-1749

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    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available In this article we present a study developed in order to discover José Alves de Lima dialect’s, using for that purpose the analysis of that Portuguese pilot’s orthographical choice; which were taken from the Diario del piloto portugues, Iosê Alves de Lima que, por orden de la Corte de Portugal fue reconocer las islas de la Ascencsión y Trinidad, em las costas del Brasil; an unedited 18th century manuscript kept at the Sala Cervantes of the Spanish Biblioteca Nacional, under number 23047.

  18. Poetry and Community in the Work of José Ángel Valente

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    Full Text Available This article examines the work of Spanish poet José Ángel Valente (1929-2000 in terms of his exploration of the relation between the poet, poetic language, and community. In it I discuss the tension in Valente’s work between a desire to create a language that would be foundational of community and the ethical commitment to alterity. I argue that the poetry of the second half of Valente’s career, which has been considered hermetic, or even solipsistic, can be read in terms of a contemporary philosophical discourse that seeks to think community in terms that are not exclusive of alterity.

  19. La peste de la ceguera : notas a Ensayo sobre la ceguera de José Saramago

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    La obra de José Saramago es una obra comprometida ideológicamente con la crítica al sistema de la globalización y del pensamiento único. Su novela Ensayo sobre la ceguera, la primera de la trilogía que componen también Todos los nombres y La caverna, basa su argumentación en universales que entroncan, claramente, con la tradición del mundo clásico. Jose Saramago's work is ideologically compromised in a criticism to globalization and global thought. His novel Ensayo sobre la ceguera, the fi...

  20. Eros thanático en Paradiso de José Lezama Lima

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    Edinson Aladino

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    Full Text Available Los personajes en la novelística de José Lezama Lima no son simples tipologías que devienen bajo la estructura del lenguaje. Los personajes lezamianos son su circunstancia atravesada por la alineación de un destino noble o aciago. Eugenio Foción encara en Paradiso la circunstancia de un destino aciago, arquetipo fundamental en el decurso de la novela que viene a representar la fijeza del deseo como fragmentación de vida. Querencia de muerte o Eros thanático que rodea al corazón del cuerpo para impeler su pulsión vital.

  1. Movimientos pro vivienda en San José: una clientela movilizada (1980-1990)

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    e analiza el clientelismo político en el caso de los movimientos sociales de lucha por vivienda en la ciudad de San José, durante la convulsa década de 1980. La problemática se aborda desde la complejidad de la relación clientelar, tomando en cuenta la subjetividad existente en la base del movimiento, la cual practicó estrategias de sobrevivencia para la resolución de problemas –principalmente de vivienda y servicios básicos–, una de cuyas manifestaciones fue acudir al clientelismo. Por lo ta...

  2. A poesia pau-brasil: desconstruindo o Brasil de José de Alencar em Iracema

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    Este artigo analisa a Poesia Pau Brasil, de Oswald de Andrade, como sendo uma reescrita da genealogia da identidade brasileira, no sentido de desconstruir a ideia de Brasil no romance Iracema, de José de Alencar, o qual trata do índio como um elemento mítico e exclui a presença do negro. Nesse sentido, essa reflexão fará uma breve análise de ambas as obras, partindo da tentativa de compreender a representação identitária nacional, tangenciando o conceito de carnavalização, elemento present...

  3. Mobilidade social em Orgulho e preconceito, de Jane Austen, e Senhora, de Jos? de Alencar

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    A proposta desta disserta??o ? promover um di?logo, a partir da Literatura Comparada, sobre mobilidade social nos romances Orgulho e Preconceito, da escritora inglesa, Jane Austen, e Senhora, do escritor brasileiro Jos? de Alencar. Cada romance ? de extrema relev?ncia para a compreens?o das sociedades inglesa e brasileira do per?odo em que os livros foram escritos. No primeiro cap?tulo, apresentamos o contexto hist?rico em que os autores est?o inseridos, considerando a influ?ncia da era Georg...

  4. Train station area gardens: the creation and evolution of Dr. José Esteves Square, in Lavras-MG

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    Full Text Available Studying the origins and transformations of a public square throughout time is extremely important, since it motivates its preservation and the consecration of its history. Therefore, the objective of this study was to carry out historic-cultural and landscape analyses of Dr. José Esteves Square and its whereabouts, built near a train station located in Lavras, Minas Gerais, Brazil. This research focused on the period between 1721 (settlement and 2014. Dr. José Esteves Square was created to ornate and supports the arrival of passengers at the train station of Lavras. The way this public square was built is somewhat different from most public squares in Brazil, which are normally constructed around a church. Lack of maintenance, due to privatization, and the abandonment of train station facilities, made the gardens and areas around Dr. José Esteves Square lose their importance and the aesthetic characteristics they once had.

  5. Facing Independence: Portraiture and the Figuring of Nationalism in the Work of José Gil de Castro

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    The artist who arguably best encapsulates the artistic and historical complexity of the transition from the Viceregal to Republican Periods in South America is José Gil de Castro y Morales (1785-c. 1841). He became the most prolific portraitist amongst his contemporaries and the artist most favored by the new republican elite. He was also the only portrait painter to earn commissions by each of the three most famous South American liberators: Simón Bolívar of Venezuela, José de San Martín of...

  6. Factores de Incidencia en los Emprendimientos Sociales de la Parroquia San José de Quichinche de Otavalo-Ecuador

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    En este artículo se identifican los factores de éxito y fracaso  que inciden significativamente en el desarrollo de los emprendimientos sociales que se generan en la parroquia  San José de Quichinche. Metodológicamente se hace un estudio descriptivo bajo la modalidad cualitativa o exploratoria mediante  el análisis de datos que se encuentran en la literatura, el criterio de expertos en el tema,  cotejado con la experiencia en el desarrollo de emprendimientos sociales en la parroquia San José ...

  7. Juan José Heydeck, un alemán en la corte de Carlos IV: experimentos contra la viruela

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    First years of the XIX century, Juan José Heydeck proposes the realization of the experiments with the pus of the goats instead of the pus of the cows, for combat the smallpox. This experiments require more childrens, where to be verified them. In Spain, the pus of the goats will be the one alternative to the pus of the cows. In this country is dificult fall in with the pus of the cows. This iniciative haven´t the hope results.

    En los primeros años del siglo XIX, Juan José ...

  8. Lienzos de José Moreno para el retablo del Santo Cristo de la Sangre de Torrijos (Toledo

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    Full Text Available In this article the author continues his studies of the life and work of José Moreno (Madrid, c. 1630/1637 - Burgos, 1677. Three unknown canvases from the altarpiece of the Hospital del Santo Cristo de la Sangre of Torrijos (Toledo, painted in 1667, are here presented and studied.

    Continuación de los estudios del autor sobre la biografía y la obra de José Moreno (Madrid, c 1630/1637 - Burgos, 1677. Da a conocer y estudia los tres lienzos desconocidos del retablo mayor del Hospital del Santo Cristo de la Sangre de Torrijos (Toledo, pintados en 1667.

  9. Summit vascular flora of Serra de São José, Minas Gerais, Brazil

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    Full Text Available The campos rupestres form a mosaic of rocky savannas concentrated mainly along the Espinhaço chain, on theBrazilian shield. Though the Serra de São José lies over 100 km to the south of the Espinhaço chain, the camporupestre flora of this small range harbors several endemic plant taxa. The provided checklist is the result of two decadesof floristic research complemented with data from herbaria and literature. The flora is compared with the results ofseveral other pertinent surveys. A total of 1,144 vascular plant species, representing 50.3 species/km2, were documentedto date in the São José range, representing a species-richness per unit area over five times greater than other knowncampo rupestre floras. The most species-rich families were the Asteraceae (126 species, Orchidaceae (106,Melastomataceae (63, Leguminosae (60, Cyperaceae (45, Poaceae (41, Rubiaceae (37, Myrtaceae (28,Bromeliaceae (27, Eriocaulaceae (23, Lamiaceae (23, and Malpighiaceae (22.

  10. O diabo em Antônio José da Silva, o Judeu

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    Kênia Maria de Almeida Pereira

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    Full Text Available A novela Obras do diabinho da mão furada, escrito no século 18, por Antônio José da Silva, o Judeu, apareceu pela primeira vez em Portugal em forma de cordel. Percebe-­se, em sua composição, uma polifonia que mescla fontes populares e eruditas. O autor tece sua narrativa com fios emprestados das aventuras do Doutor Fausto às voltas com pactos, diabos, bruxas, além de referências acadêmicas e clássicas, como a Bíblia, a Divina Comédia, de Dante, e Dom Quixote, de Cervantes. Nas entrelinhas dessa narrativa, e em meio às urdiduras de suas metáforas intrigantes, Antônio José introduz severas críticas à sociedade lisboeta e à intolerância da Santa Inquisição Portuguesa.

  11. José María Arguedas aquém da literatura

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    Marcos Piason Natali

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    Full Text Available VOLTAR ao escritor peruano José María Arguedas hoje, em meio a discussões sobre a especificidade histórica e conceitual da literatura, pode permitir que vejamos com outros olhos sua defesa de uma teoria da representação em que a dicotomia fato/fetiche deixa de ter sentido. Se as narrativas transculturadoras da literatura hispano-americana de meados do século XX se ocuparam da transformação da religião em literatura, o que se vê em Arguedas é, ao contrário, a tentativa de ritualização da literatura e a defesa de algo que poderíamos chamar, talvez, de um direito a não ser literatura.A RETURN to Peruvian writer José Mar ía Arguedas today, amidst discussions regarding the historical and conceptual specificity of literature, may allow us to see in a new light his defense of a theory of representation in which the dichotomy fact/fetish loses its ground. If the narratives of transculturation in mid-twentieth-century Spanish American literature transformed religion into literature, in Arguedas what one sees is, on the contrary, the attempt to ritualize literature and defend something we could call, perhaps, a right to not be literature.

  12. Ideologia e Mito em José María Arguedas

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    Ligia Martins Andrade

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    Full Text Available Este artigo pretende observar a relação entre ideologia e mito na obra do escritor peruano José María Arguedas à luz da obra de José Carlos Mariátegui. A incorporação do mito no discurso literário é um projeto político-artístico presente tanto na crítica quanto na obra dos escritores, como analisado por Ángel Rama e Antonio Candido, o que instituiu certa epistemologia dominante no discurso crítico latino-americano. Pretende-se explorar, a partir da perspectiva de uma Crítica da Subalternidade e dos Estudos Pós-coloniais, esta relação entre o mito, o subdesenvolvimento e a ideologia na literatura, procurando observar se esta mesma relação opera na base de uma possível “cilada epistemológica” da produção crítica e cultural latino-americanas com implicações nas narrativas produzidas e no projeto hermenêutico do Continente.

  13. José Pedro Autran e o retorno de Xangô

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    Full Text Available Resumo O artigo apresenta uma análise histórica da vida do liberto africano José Pedro Autran, casado, na Bahia, com Iyá Nassô, a fundadora do candomblé da Casa Branca. A primeira parte analisa a heterogênea rede social de Autran entre 1822 e 1837, mostrando como o parentesco, o compadrio, a iniciação espiritual e a posse escrava imbricavam o grupo doméstico com a comunidade de terreiro liderada por sua mulher. A segunda parte examina a viagem do casal de retorno à África em 1837 e o seu estabelecimento no porto de Uidá. Baseado em pesquisa etnográfica realizada nessa cidade, o texto focaliza uma família que reclama descendência de José Pedro Autran e a memória de um templo de Xangô que ele teria fundado.

  14. Assessment of the use and misuse of Cannabis sativa amongst some residents of Jos metropolis, Nigeria

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    N S Jimam

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    Full Text Available Background: Cannabis can be used for its medicinal properties when used appropriately. However, the misuse of the product can cause some unwanted effects such as psychological dependence, and therefore addiction. Objective: The objective of the study was to determine the extent of misuse of Cannabis sativa in Jos and environs. Materials and Methods: The use and misuse of C. sativa in Jos metropolis was studied using a structured self-administered questionnaire which was administered to 400 respondents in the metropolis. Result: The result showed that 59.9% of the participants were male while 40.1% were female with 88.2% of the population being youth between the ages of 20-35 years. The result also shows that at least 31.3% of the studied population had used C. sativa, for different reasons including among others: to boost confidence (11.4%, 5.1% take it to increase alertness, 5.1% take it to decrease fatigue, 0.3% take it to decrease stress, 5.4% take it to get high while 4% take it for other reasons. Conclusion: The result of the study showed an observed high incidence of C. sativa intake among the study population who were mostly youths for different purposes, including to: Boost confidence, feel high, increase alertness, and decrease fatigue. Similarly, a high percentage of the respondents said the drug is used for hair treatment.

  15. Gabriela Mistral y la reforma educacional de José Vasconcelos

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    Álvaro Valenzuela Fuenzalida

    2002-01-01

    Full Text Available En 1922 José Vasconcelos hace un viaje a América del Sur e invita en Chile a Lucila Godoy Alcayaga, que llegará a conocerse como Gabriela Mistral, para que apoye su movimiento de reforma educacional. Su estancia en México de 1922 a 1924 dejará profunda huella en ambos. Mucho más tarde ella seguirá la huella del gran mexicano con preocupación y afecto. Este trabajo pretende revivir ese momento privilegiado de encuentro entre un mexicano y una chilena en el plano pedagógico al servicio de un movimiento de reforma como no se ha visto otro. Con la mirada puesta en los jóvenes pedagogos de hoy, que conocen poco de esta herencia, es un aporte al estudio decantado y sin la pasión del momento histórico vivido de José Vasconcelos y de Gabriela Mistral en una de sus dimensiones más notables: la pedagogía.

  16. Sentidos do demoníaco em José de Alencar

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    Sandra Guardini Teixeira Vasconcelos

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    Full Text Available http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/2175-8026.2012n62p271 O artigo explora algumas apropriações do gótico no Brasil, focando dois romances de José de Alencar nos quais se apreende um aproveitamento de algumas de suas convenções, em especial aquelas que ajudam a representar a vida rural brasileira como uma experiência marcada pela violência e pelo excesso. Indaga, a partir disso, os sentidos dessa apropriação, sugerindo que ela diz muito sobre o processo de formação da nação brasileira. The article explores some appropriations of the Gothic in Brazil, focusing on two novels by José de Alencar which borrow some of its conventions, especially those useful to the representation of Brazilian rural life as an experience characterized by violence and excess. It enquires into the meanings of this appropriation,suggesting that it has a lot to say about the process of nation- -building in Brazil.

  17. A study of female genital swabs in primary health care centres in Jos, Nigeria

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    Full Text Available Objective: To detect some common microbial agents of female genital discharges in order to improve the current syndromic management of abnormal vaginal discharge. Methods: A prospective study of female genital swabs collected from Primary Health Care Centres, Jos, and analysed for microscopy, culture and sensitivity in Jos University Teaching Hospital, December 2006 to December 2007 was carried out. Results: Microbial agents were detected in 70% (700 of a total 1 000 female genital swabs studied. Candida species peaked with 42.0% (420 out of the 1000 samples, followed by Gardnerella vaginalis, an agent of bacterial vaginosis with 26.0%. The distribution of abnormal vaginal discharge was highest in young adults aged 21 to 30 years. Conclusions: It is concluded that abnormal vaginal discharge is most prevalent in the young sexually active age group with Candida species as the commonest agent. We recommend prevention, early diagnosis and prompt treatment of infective female genital discharge in order to reduce the menace of HIV transmission.

  18. El Cinco y Moras San José. Una experiencia enriquecedora de solidaridad

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    Paula Cristina Pérez

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    Full Text Available Los múltiples factores y dimensiones del conflicto, generan de igual manera, múltiples dimensiones y medios para superarlo. Las reflexiones hechas en torno a la superación de la pobreza, el desempleo y la violencia han permitido llevar a cabo iniciativas fundamentadas en valores olvidados en gran medida por la individualización personal a la que se ve abocada nuestra sociedad. Modelos como El Cinco, cuya filosofía radica en la solidaridad ha generado en distintas zonas del país nuevas formas de sanar, reconstruir y rescatar la historia, la cultura y la tradición de poblaciones que trabajan contra el desempleo, la desesperanza y la violencia. Esnte artículo aborda el proyecto piloto de Moras San José en el corregimiento de San José, municipio de la Ceja, Antioquia, de su proceso y resultados que han permitido hacer de este modelo de solidaridad

  19. José Ángel Valente: la voz que viene del desierto

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    Full Text Available José Ángel Valente’s work stands among the most self-conscious in contemporary Spanish literature. Its self-consciousness is based on both the uncertainty and insecurity produced by the totally conflicting and unstable nature of his word, whose materiality surfaces through the promise of its appearance or the risk of its disappearance. He views poetry not so much as a perfectly polished architecture but as a site for the continual production of cells and seeds of meaning.José Ángel Valente es autor de una de las escrituras más autoconscientes de la literatura española contemporánea, autoconciencia basada en la incertidumbre y la inseguridad derivadas del lugar absolutamente conflictivo e inestable que ocupa la palabra, cuya materialidad adquiere forma en la promesa de su emergencia o en el riesgo de su desaparición, una escritura, en definitiva, entendida no tanto como una arquitectura perfectamente acabada sino como un escenario de producción incesante de células y semillas de sentido.

  20. José Nicolás de Azara : un icono del Grand Tour

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    Jorge García Sánchez

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available José Nicolás de Azara, bien conocido como Agente de Preces y ministro plenipotenciario ante la Santa Sede, fue tal vez la personalidad española de mayor influencia en los círculos intelectuales y artísticos de la Roma del siglo XVIII. Su asumida función de guía ilustrado y su vocación pedagógica para con los jóvenes viajeros lo convirtieron en un auténtico icono del Grand Tour.José Nicolás de Azara, well known as Agente de Preces (Agent of Supplications and ministro plenipotenciario (Plenipotentiary Minister in the Holy See, was perhaps the most influential Spanish personality in the intellectual and artistic circles of Eighteenth-Century Rome. His wilful function of enlightened guide and his pedagogic attitude towards the young travellers made of him an authentic icon of the Grand Tour.

  1. Molecular characterization of cryptosporidium in children aged 0- 5 years with diarrhea in Jos, Nigeria

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    Anejo-Okopi, Joseph Aje; Okojokwu, Julius Ocheme; Ebonyi, Augustine Odo; Ejeliogu, Emeka Uba; Isa, Samson Ejiji; Audu, Onyemocho; Akpakpan, Edoama Edet; Nwachukwu, Esther Ebere; Ifokwe, Christabel Kelechi; Ali, Murna; Lar, Patricia; Oguche, Stephen

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    Introduction Cryptosporidium is an important cause of diarrhea in children and immune-compromised individuals. Recent advances in molecular diagnostics have led to the discovery of subtype families that are thought to be more commonly associated with diarrhea. We aimed to isolate and characterize Cryptosporidium spp among children with diarrhea in Jos, Nigeria. Methods Stool samples were collected from165 children aged 0-5 years with diarrhea. Cryptosporidium oocysts were examined by wet mount preparation, using formalin ether and a modified acid fast staining method. DNA was extracted from positive samples using QIAamp DNA stool mini kit and PCR-RFLP assay was carried out after quantification. Genotyping and phylogenetic analysis were done to determine the subtype families and their relatedness. Results From the 165 children studied, 8 (4.8%) were infected with Cryptosporidium. PCR-RFLP assay and genotype characterization found the following Cryptosporidium species: C. hominis 6 (75%) and C. parvum 2 (25.0%), with family subtypes Id-5, Ie-1 and IIa-1, IId-1 respectively.The most common species was C. hominis and the frequent subtype was C. hominis-Id 5 (62.5%). Conclusion Cryptosporidium is not an uncommon cause of diarrhea in children, with C. hominis being the dominant species. Also C. hominis Id is the commonest sub-family subtype. Put together, zoonotic species may be an important cause of diarrhea in children aged 0-5 years in Jos, Nigeria. PMID:28293369

  2. Molecular characterization ofcryptosporidiumin children aged 0- 5 years with diarrhea in Jos, Nigeria.

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    Anejo-Okopi, Joseph Aje; Okojokwu, Julius Ocheme; Ebonyi, Augustine Odo; Ejeliogu, Emeka Uba; Isa, Samson Ejiji; Audu, Onyemocho; Akpakpan, Edoama Edet; Nwachukwu, Esther Ebere; Ifokwe, Christabel Kelechi; Ali, Murna; Lar, Patricia; Oguche, Stephen

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    Cryptosporidium is an important cause of diarrhea in children and immune-compromised individuals. Recent advances in molecular diagnostics have led to the discovery of subtype families that are thought to be more commonly associated with diarrhea. We aimed to isolate and characterize Cryptosporidium spp among children with diarrhea in Jos, Nigeria. Stool samples were collected from165 children aged 0-5 years with diarrhea. Cryptosporidium oocysts were examined by wet mount preparation, using formalin ether and a modified acid fast staining method. DNA was extracted from positive samples using QIAamp DNA stool mini kit and PCR-RFLP assay was carried out after quantification. Genotyping and phylogenetic analysis were done to determine the subtype families and their relatedness. From the 165 children studied, 8 (4.8%) were infected with Cryptosporidium. PCR-RFLP assay and genotype characterization found the following Cryptosporidium species: C. hominis 6 (75%) and C. parvum 2 (25.0%), with family subtypes Id-5, Ie-1 and IIa-1, IId-1 respectively.The most common species was C. hominis and the frequent subtype was C. hominis-Id 5 (62.5%). Cryptosporidium is not an uncommon cause of diarrhea in children, with C. hominis being the dominant species. Also C. hominis Id is the commonest sub-family subtype. Put together, zoonotic species may be an important cause of diarrhea in children aged 0-5 years in Jos, Nigeria.

  3. 'Plug and play' vochtsensor biedt eenvoud (interview met o.a. Ton Baltissen, Pieter van Dalfsen en Jos Balendonck)

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    Jagers, F.; Baltissen, A.H.M.C.; Dalfsen, van P.; Balendonck, J.

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    Uit recent onderzoek van PPO-Wageningen UR Boomkwekerij blijkt dat er bij boomkwekerijen met planten in potten of containers tot 40% op de water- en meststoffengift kan worden bespaard als er efficiënter wordt water gegeven. Interview met o.a. Ton Baltissen, Pieter van Dalfsen en Jos Balendonck.

  4. Typifications in Passiflora L. (Passifloraceae described by Frei José Mariano da Conceição Vellozo

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    Michaele Alvim Milward-de-Azevedo

    2017-09-01

    Full Text Available ABSTRACT This work presents 19 lectotypifications and one epitype for the genus Passiflora (Passifloraceae sensu stricto described by Frei José Mariano da Conceição Vellozo in Flora Fluminensis. The original illustrations are designated as lectotypes. Passiflora obtusa is here proposed to be a synonym of P. porophylla.

  5. Typifications in Passiflora L. (Passifloraceae) described by Frei José Mariano da Conceição Vellozo

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    ABSTRACT This work presents 19 lectotypifications and one epitype for the genus Passiflora (Passifloraceae sensu stricto) described by Frei José Mariano da Conceição Vellozo in Flora Fluminensis. The original illustrations are designated as lectotypes. Passiflora obtusa is here proposed to be a synonym of P. porophylla.

  6. Nodule de Soeur Marie-Josèphe révélateur de carcinomes digestif ...

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    Nodule de Soeur Marie-Josèphe révélateur de carcinomes digestif et ovarien: à propos de 4 cas. Papa Souleymane Touré, Cheikh Tidiane Tall, Pauline Dioussé, Adama Berthé, Madoky Maguatte Diop, Mamadou Moustapha Sarr, Balla Diop, Yakham Mohamed Léye, Bernard Marcel Diop, Mamadou Mourtalla Ka ...

  7. Presencia de José Martí en la WEB. Parte 1, Martí como autor en Google Académico

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    González Alonso, Jorge; Pérez González, Yudeisy

    2015-01-01

    From searching the works of José Martí in Google Scholar and the use of tools such as Publish or Perish, bibliometric indicators could be determined as the h index that shows the impact of Marti's work. The high values of h that achieves José Martí as author, would place him as a leading researcher currently, with a remarkable impact on Social Sciences. It was determined the Works of José Martí most cited, among which is in the first place “Nuestra America”, which is demonstrated both by the...

  8. La poesía de José Manuel Arango

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    David Jiménez

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    Full Text Available El primer libro de José Manuel Arango, Este lugar de la noche, apareció en agosto de 1973. Un pequeño volumen de cuarenta y siete páginas, que contenía treinta y ocho poemas, casi todos brevísimos, algunos de tres o cuatro versos nada más. El significado central de este libro está dado por la imagen del poeta como descifrador de enigmas. Hay quizá un sentido cifrado en cada cosa: en la roca del acantilado, en la sílaba que repite el oleaje del mar, en el buche vibrante de la tórtola, en la lengua arcaica del indígena vendedor de pájaros. El poema, cada poema en particular, no alcanza para la tarea romántica del desciframiento.

  9. A vueltas con José Sánchez Guerra

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    2012-01-01

    I. Primeros tanteosPara un biógrafo no siempre es fácil recordar qué fue lo primero que le atrajo de su biografiado. Máxime cuando entre ambos se ha establecido una larga y duradera relación. Y la mía con José Sánchez Guerra supera con creces la década. Ocurre en estos casos como en las parejas veteranas ¿Qué fue lo primero del otro que te llamó la atención? ¿Una frase? ¿Una actitud? ¿Un gesto? No recuerdo con exactitud el día que oí hablar por primera vez de Sánchez Guerra. Pero sí recuerdo ...

  10. Delfins, corvos e dinossauros: interseções discursivas em José Cardoso Pires

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    Maria Lúcia Lepecki

    2004-03-01

    Full Text Available Tento aqui uma sucinta descrição da intertextualidade na ficção de José Cardoso Pires. Nos seus contos, crônicas e romances, Cardoso Pires constrói um discurso cerrado de interseções, mais visíveis ou mais disfarçadas, com os discursos literário, jornalístico, publicitário, histórico, judiciário, bíblico… Retomando palavras já antes ditas (inclusivamente por ele mesmo, em outros lugares da sua obra Cardoso Pires coloca a sua escrita sob a égide da ironia de menção que é manifestação de consciência histórica.

  11. How the early voltage clamp studies of José del Castillo inform "modern" neuroscience.

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    Zottoli, Steven J

    2012-10-01

    The description of ionic currents that flow across the membrane of the squid giant axon during an action potential sparked an interest in determining whether there were similar currents in vertebrates. The preparation of choice was the node of Ranvier in single myelinated fibers in frog. José del Castillo spent 3 years on the United States mainland from 1956 to 1959. During that time, he collaborated with Jerome Y. Lettvin and John W. Moore. I discuss how these individuals met one another and some of their scientific discoveries using the voltage clamp to study squid giant axons and frog nodes. Much of this work was conducted at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, MA, and I attempt to convey a sense of the unique scientific "melting pot" that existed at the Marine Biological Laboratory and the broader effect that del Castillo had on "modern" neuroscience.

  12. Universos ficcionais: o romanesco em Walter Scott e José de Alencar

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    Marcos Roberto Flamínio Peres

    2016-10-01

    Full Text Available Tamanha é a força do romanesco em Walter Scott que ele foi capaz de dar origem a duas linhas de força críticas antagônicas: uma tendendo a situá-lo dentro do conjunto da literatura ocidental, reatualizando arquétipos ancestrais (Frye; outra considerando-o a quintessência do romance histórico por representar momentos cruciais por que passava a sociedade capitalista entre os séculos XVIII e XIX (Lukács. À luz desse pano de fundo teórico contrastivo, este artigo busca analisar Waverley (1814, obra mais influente de Scott, em comparação com As minas de prata (1865-1866, romance mais ambicioso de José de Alencar e que lança mão de estratégias narrativas similares.

  13. O inventário do comendador José de Brum da Silveira

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    Osvaldo André Oliveira

    2008-04-01

    Full Text Available O inventário do Comendador José de Brum da Silveira, viúvo de Vicência Maria de Jesús, realizado em 1842, é provavelmente o formal de partilha mais antigo após os primeiros donatários de sesmaria (1818, nesse período do século XIX em que está se processando a ocupação dos Campos Neutrais pela colonização européia. São inventariados dois estabelecimentos: a Estância do Arroio d’El Rey (Santa Vitória do Palmar – Arroíto e a Chácara do Arrayal (Rio Grande – Fazenda da Picada.

  14. No se sabe: entrevista a José Eduardo Jorge

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    Rodil, Cintia Susana; Jorge, José Eduardo

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    Entrevista al investigador de la UNLP José Eduardo Jorge, especialista en cultura política. Jorge, además, es miembro del Consejo Directivo del Instituto de Investigación en Comunicación (IICOM), director de proyectos de investigación acreditados y autor de un centenar de artículos científicos y de divulgación sobre Cultura Política y Comunicación Política. Autor también del libro Cultura Política y Democracia en Argentina (Edulp, 2010). Revisor de artículos científicos de la revista Questión...

  15. Parque da Cidade de São José dos Campos: um estudo de caso

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    Vinie Pedra Jorge

    2007-06-01

    Full Text Available The present work proposes to present a study about the Park of the City of São José dos Campos. Its history and its relations with the local memory have created its own identity in the system of public spaces of the district. Originally designed by Burle Marx as a space surrounding the textile industry Tecelagem Parahyba, the park has been appropriated by the population of the area, going from the condition of private to public space and assuming an identity of public park of the city .It is proposed to discuss the reasons why a park initially part of a private property has extended its uses to the sphere of public life and also to understand its role in the context of the landscape architecture in the city.

  16. Professor José Roberto Giglio and toxinnology in Brazil: 48 years in research

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    A. M. Soares

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available This work succinctly describes the professional and scientific life of Dr. José R. Giglio, one of the most outstanding Brazilian researchers in the field of Toxinology. During his long and successful career, he has made major contributions, especially in elucidating the function, structure, and mechanisms of action of animal venom proteins (from snakes, scorpions and spiders as well as the characterization of antibodies and several inhibitors of venoms and toxins. We present here a brief history of Dr. Giglio’s personal and professional life, also reporting some of his numerous published scientific articles on venoms from snakes (Bothrops, Crotalus, and other genera, scorpions (Tityus sp, spiders (Phoneutria sp, their isolated toxins and natural inhibitors. Thus, this work is a tribute to Dr. Giglio in his 73rd birthday, having devoted 48 years of his life studying animal venoms, an effort that has continued even after his formal retirement from university duties.

  17. José Lins do Rego: um guia brasileiro de Israel

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    Glauber Pereira Quintão

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo procura analisar, de forma crítica, o livro de José Lins do Rego, Roteiro de Israel, 1955. Busca-­se destacar duas facetas suplementares: a de um olhar poético e a de uma preocupação ético-política lançados pelo escritor sobre a construção do novo Estado de Israel. Observa-­se também uma relação entre os signos da modernidade e das histórias arcaica judaicas. Para isso, usa-­se o conceito de palimpsesto, de Gerard Genette, e de flâneur, de Walter Benjamim.

  18. José Martí, Viajes y Apreciación del Pueblo Maya

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    Este trabajo expone y examina los cambios de percepción que experimentó José Martí sobre el papel de los pueblos originarios de América, entre 1875 y 1878, años en los que vivió en México y Guatemala, con intensa escala en Yucatán, lugares donde conoció directamente la cultura y el pueblo maya. Martí resume una visión inicial de nuestra América en la figura lítica de Chacmool cuando después de ser expropiada por el gobierno yucateco, el Apóstol cubano la admira en la ciudad de Mérida y expres...

  19. Centro histórico de São José (SC)

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    Dissertação (mestrado) - Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Centro de Filosofia e Ciências Humanas. Programas de Pós-Graduação em Geografia. Este trabalho estuda o caso do Centro Histórico de São José (SC), como espaço simbólico, que confere singularidade e identidade à cidade. Aborda o crescimento da área urbana e seus reflexos no núcleo original, e o momento atual, quando a importância sócio-cultural e econômica deste núcleo é questionada. Povoado de origem açoriana, a cidade sempre...

  20. José María REYES cano. La literatura españo

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    Ferreras, Jacqueline

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    Este copioso volumen de 680 páginas no tiene desperdicio pues José María Reyes Cano alía una preocupación pedagógica de claridad y amenidad de estilo a la erudición que le conocemos, la cual incluye un fino conocimiento de la literatura árabe medieval tanto como un trato asiduo de la italiana de Dante y del Quatrocento. En su presentación el autor resume la meta de esta antología: «documentar, por un lado, la formación de una toma de conciencia teórica: desde las preceptivas medievales hasta...

  1. The representation of the female body in the multimedia works of Regina José Galindo.

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    Lavery, Jane; Bowskill, Sarah

    2012-01-01

    The female body is central to the performance art, poetry and blog site interventions of Guatemalan Regina José Galindo. While Galindo is best known for her performance work, this article compares the hereto overlooked, distinctive and often shocking representations of the female body across her multimedia outputs. We first consider the ways in which, in all three media, Galindo presents an ‘excessive’, carnivalised, grotesque and abject female body. Second, we analyse representations of the female body that has been subjected to violence at a private and public level. In so doing, we show how Galindo not only contests hegemonic visions of gender and (national) identity but also challenges the viewer/reader to engage with, rather than look away from, the violence to which women are subjected in patriarchal society.

  2. Quarter of a century of female sterilization in Jos, Central Nigeria.

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    Mutihir, Josiah T; Nyango, D D

    2011-03-01

    The study was to assess the types and trend of female sterilization between January 1985 and December 2009 (25 years) in Jos, Central Nigeria. There were 25,313 new acceptors of modern contraceptive methods out of which 4,951 (19.6%) were female sterilizations. Minilaparotomy was the commonest method of female sterilization. Local anaesthesia was the commonest anaesthetic utilized. The women were mostly women of relatively older age, grandmultiparous and with large family size. The women were of mean of 38.4 years, and 60% had more than 5 children at the time of sterilization. Interval sterilization constituted 78.5% of the female sterilizations. The acceptance of female sterilization, however, has declined over the years, as acceptance of the long acting contraceptive implants increases. Female sterilization by minilaparotomy under local anaesthesia was found to be feasible, cost effective and acceptable by majority of clients, and recommended for integration into minor gynaecological procedures in our institutions.

  3. Tiempo y memoria en la poesía de José Emilio Pacheco

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    Carmen Virginia Carrillo-Torea

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    Full Text Available La poesía de José Emilio Pacheco se caracteriza por una constante reflexión acerca del tiempo. En este trabajo analizo cómo esta preocupación —común a pensadores como Bergson, Bachelard, Barthes y Ricoeur— se hace palabra en sus poemarios Irás y no volverás y La arena errante. El ser huma - no vive la ilusión de preservar los instantes, de hacerlos trascender; en los poe - mas, la fugacidad de la existencia y el cambio perpetuo que experimenta el hablante se contraponen al deseo de permanencia en el arte y la escritura.

  4. Tiempo y memoria en la poesía de José Emilio Pacheco

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    Carmen Virginia Carrillo-Torea

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available La poesía de José Emilio Pacheco se caracteriza por una constante reflexión acerca del tiempo. En este trabajo analizo cómo esta preocupación —común a pensadores como Bergson, Bachelard, Barthes y Ricoeur— se hace palabra en sus poemarios Irás y no volverás y La arena errante. El ser humano vive la ilusión de preservar los instantes, de hacerlos trascender; en los poemas, la fugacidad de la existencia y el cambio perpetuo que experimenta el hablante se contraponen al deseo de permanencia en el arte y la escritura.

  5. A poesia pau-brasil: desconstruindo o Brasil de José de Alencar em Iracema

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    Ingrid da Silva Marinho

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo analisa a Poesia Pau Brasil, de Oswald de Andrade, como sendo uma reescrita da genealogia da identidade brasileira, no sentido de desconstruir a ideia de Brasil no romance Iracema, de José de Alencar, o qual trata do índio como um elemento mítico e exclui a presença do negro. Nesse sentido, essa reflexão fará uma breve análise de ambas as obras, partindo da tentativa de compreender a representação identitária nacional, tangenciando o conceito de carnavalização, elemento presente em Pau Brasil e de suma importância para reforçar a ideia de desconstrução do Brasil escrito por Alencar.

  6. Apuntes para una ‘poesía de viajes’ en José Emilio Pacheco

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    ROMUALD-ACHILLE MAHOP MA MAHOP

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    Full Text Available En décadas recientes ha habido un interés creciente por la literatura de viajes, uno de los más antiguos géneros que sólo últimamente está siendo objeto de tentativas de sistematización teórica. Si bien la mayoría de los estudios críticos abordan esta literatura desde un corpus esencialmente narrativo, con una clara primacía de subgéneros como la novela, el relato o la crónica, en este ensayo planteo la existencia de una ‘poesía de viajes’ a partir de la obra lírica del mexicano José Emilio Pacheco.

  7. José Martí, Viajes y Apreciación del Pueblo Maya

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    Carlos Eduardo Bojórquez Urzaiz

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo expone y examina los cambios de percepción que experimentó José Martí sobre el papel de los pueblos originarios de América, entre 1875 y 1878, años en los que vivió en México y Guatemala, con intensa escala en Yucatán, lugares donde conoció directamente la cultura y el pueblo maya. Martí resume una visión inicial de nuestra América en la figura lítica de Chacmool cuando después de ser expropiada por el gobierno yucateco, el Apóstol cubano la admira en la ciudad de Mérida y expresa que es la síntesis de las culturas americanas. Aspecto poco estudiado en la obra de Martí es este acercamiento etnográfico a la realidad maya de Yucatán y Guatemala.   This paper aims at presenting and examining the change of perception José Martí underwent in relation to the role of the native peoples of America between 1875 and 1878, the years he lived in Mexico and Guatemala, during which he spent a large amount of time in Yucatan, where he was able to get to know the Mayan culture and its people first hand. Martí summarized his initial vision of our America in the lithic figure of Chacmool, which he was able to admire in the city of Merida, after it had been expropriated by the government of Yucatan. The Cuban apostle described this as a synthesis of American cultures. This ethnographic insight into the Mayan reality in Yucatan and Guatemala represents a scarcely explored aspect of Martí's work.

  8. New data on the Volcanic Tuff from Petrestii de Jos (Cluj District

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    Bedelean Horea

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    Full Text Available The present study was carried out on the cineritic interlayers from Petreştii de Jos (closed quarry from Indolului Valley, in order to present their detailed mineralogical-petrographical features. Previous work already noticed the similarity of this tuff level with Dej Tuff Complex in other areas. The studied outcrop consists of a compact volcanic tuff interlayered with marls and tuffaceous clays. The analytical investigations: chemical analyses, X-ray diffraction, IR spectroscopy and electron microscopy reveal the nature of the diagenetic transformations dominated by zeolitization. Besides clinoptilolite, which is the typical zeolite for Dej Tuff from the Transylvanian Depression, our investigation evidenced also the presence of phillipsite. The process was stepwise: during the primary, syngenetic stage K-clinoptilolite formed, while during the late epigenetic stage Ca-phillipsite crystallized; on behalf of the latter one, Ca-clinoptilolite was also generated. It is worth to mention that the highest amounts of zeolites are to be found in the basal horizon, while this amount decreases in the interlayers associated with the marly-clayey levels. From genetic point of view, the lower horizon in the outcrop represents a primary fall-out tuff. The thin interlayers within the upper horizons are resedimented tuffs. The tuff from Petreştii de Jos represents a cheap raw material located in the neighborhood of the industrial area of Turda town. For using it, only a more detailed research and the removal of the vegetal and soil layer on the top would be necessary.

  9. Obituario.Académico José María Silva Gómez

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    Alfredo Jácome Roca

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    Full Text Available El pasado 12 de abril falleció en Bogotá el Miembro Correspondiente José María Silva Gómez, originario de Macaravita, Santander. En 1954 se graduó como médico de la Universidad Nacional, con una tesis titulada “Intubación endotraqueal y sus indicaciones”, preludio de lo que sería su campo de acción profesional. Se especializó en anestesiología en el Hospital San Juan de Dios de Bogotá; en la misma ciudad prestó sus servicios a varios hospitales: San José, Clínica de Marly, Fundación Santa Fe y Clínica Barraquer. Fue profesor de anestesiología en la Universidad Javeriana y también en la Escuela Superior de Oftalmología, Clínica Barraquer de América. Fue uno de los miembros fundadores de la Sociedad Colombiana de Anestesiología, de la que luego fue su presidente. Perteneció y ejerció cargos en sociedades científicas internacionales como la Confederación Latinoamericana de Sociedades de Anestesia y la Federación Mundial de Anestesiología. Ingresó a la Academia Nacional de Medicina en 1966 como Miembro Asociado, y luego como Miembro Correspondiente en 1980, con el trabajo titulado “Control de la presión intraocular durante la anestesia”.

  10. Professor José Rodeghiero: trajetória docente e envolvimento comunitário

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    Renata Brião de Castro

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    Full Text Available This article aims at teacher José Rodeghiero’s career path during the time when he was a teacher at the Garibaldi School in the municipality of Pelotas (RS, Brazil, from 1929 to 1950. In addition to his role as a teacher, Mr. Rodeghiero performed different duties in the community, having done different assignments besides teaching. The study sources included a manuscript written by the teacher, newspapers of the time, besides interviews based on oral history methodology with local residents and former students of the teacher. The theoretical support of the research is mainly based on the concept of identity, with specific reflections on ethnic identity, since this community was originated by Italian immigrants that settled in the area at the end of the XIX century. Reflections on the field of memory are also relevant to the text, as one of the main sources comes from interviews. The research also relies on written documents which emphasize the teacher’s intention to preserve the manuscript, thus perpetuating and preserving memory until the present day. Mr. José Rodeghiero had a special bond with the school community and was participative in the local life, in addition to being a resident of the area and belonging to the same ethnic group. Este artigo tem como objetivo abordar a trajetória de José Rodeghiero no período em que foi professor da Escola Garibaldi, município de Pelotas (RS, Brasil, durante os anos de 1929 a 1950. Para além da atuação do professor como docente exerceu diferentes funções na localidade, cumprindo outras designações além do exercício da docência. Utilizam-se como fontes um manuscrito escrito pelo professor, jornais da época, além do uso de entrevistas ancoradas na metodologia da história oral com os moradores do entorno e ex-alunos do professor. Para amparar teoricamente as pesquisas, apoia-se principalmente no conceito de identidade, fazendo reflexões sobre a identidade étnica, uma vez que esse

  11. Urban vegetation change after a hundred years in a tropical city (San José de Costa Rica

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    Full Text Available Urban vegetation is of key importance because a large proportion of the human population lives in cities. Nevertheless, urban vegetation is understudied outside central Europe and particularly, little is known about the flora of tropical Asian, African and Latin American cities. We present an estimate of how the vegetation has changed in the city of San José, Costa Rica, after about one century, with the repeat photography technique (based on a collection of 19th and early 20th century photographs by José Fidel Tristán and others and with data from the Costa Rican National Herbarium. We found little vegetation change in the landscape of San José during the 20th century, where a total of 95 families and 458 species were collected in the late 19th and early 20th century. The families with most species were Asteraceae, Fabaceae, Poaceae, Lamiaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Solanaceae, Cyperaceae, Acanthaceae, Malvaceae, Piperaceae and Verbenaceae. Similar results have been found in Europe, where the number of plant species often is stable for long periods even when the individual species vary. Rev. Biol. Trop. 58 (4: 1367-1386. Epub 2010 December 01.La vegetación urbana es de vital importancia ya que una proporción importante de la población humana vive en ciudades. Sin embargo, esta vegetación es poco estudiada fuera del centro de Europa y se sabe particularmente poco sobre la flora urbana de las ciudades tropicales de Asia, África y América Latina. Aquí presentamos una estimación de cómo ha cambiado la vegetación en la ciudad de San José, Costa Rica, durante un siglo, con la técnica de la fotografía repetida (sobre la base de una colección de fotografías del siglo XIX y principios del siglo XX hechas por José Fidel Tristán y otros y con los datos del Herbario Nacional de Costa Rica. Encontramos pocos cambios en el paisaje de San José durante el siglo XX. En la ciudad se recolectaron 95 familias y 458 especies entre finales del siglo

  12. A representação do rumor arcaico em O enteado, de José Juan Saer = The representation of the archaic rumor in O enteado, by José Juan Saer

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    Flávio Pereira Camargo

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    Full Text Available Neste artigo, propomos uma análise da representação do rumor arcaico dos indígenas da tribo colastiné no romance O enteado, de José Juan Saer, de modo a evidenciar questões relacionadas ao universo simbólico da tribo, fruto de uma construção social, histórica e cultural.In this paper, we intend to analyse the representation of the archaic rumor of the indigenes from colastiné’s tribe in the narrative O enteado, by José Juan Saer. Along our process of reading, we intend to evidence some questions related to the symbolic universe of the tribe, that is a social, historical and cultural construction.

  13. Leadership Styles and War and Peace Policies in the Spanish–Basque Conflict: A Discourse Analysis of José María Aznar and José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero

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    Full Text Available The purpose of this paper is to establish possible links between leadership styles and war and peace policies in the Spanish–Basque conflict. To this end, an analysis was performed of the styles of two Spanish premiers, José María Aznar (1996–2004 and José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero (2004–2011, both of whom were involved in the same conflict with similar peace policies. The structure of the paper is as follows: an overview of the literature on leadership styles in armed conflict situations and the construction of a theoretical framework; a review of the historical and biographical context; a description of the interview content analysis methodology for measuring leadership styles; a classification of Aznar and Zapatero on the basis of their leadership styles and a comparative analysis of their policies and those enforced by other leaders in a context of internal armed conflict; and the conclusions.

  14. José Bento Leite Ferreira de Melo, padre e político o Liberalismo moderado no extremo sul de Minas Gerais José Bento Leite Ferreira de Melo, priest and politic moderated Liberalism in the Minas southern

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    Isaías Pascoal

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    Full Text Available Este artigo procura explicitar a trajetória política do Pe. José Bento Leite Ferreira de Mello. Após atuar em várias legislaturas como deputado, foi escolhido senador em 1834 pela Regência. José Bento foi, por mais de 20 anos, um dos mais importantes representantes políticos do sul de Minas. Sua ação foi ampla. Padre, vereador, jornalista, criador de Partido Liberal em várias vilas do sul de Minas, criador da Sociedade Defensora da Independência e Liberdade Nacional, deputado e, finalmente, senador. Tornou-se o mais expressivo articulador político dos interesses da elite sul-mineira na Corte, ao mesmo tempo em que a engajava nos desafios da luta pela constituição do Estado Nacional brasileiro na versão desejada pelos liberais moderados.This article intent to show the politic trajectory of Pe. José Bento Leite Ferreira de Mello. After acting in various legislatures as deputy, he was chosen senator in 1834 by the Regency. José Bento was, for over 20 years, one of the most important politic representative of the south of Minas. His action was wide. Priest, counselor, journalist, creator of Liberal Party in different villages of the south of Minas, creator of the Protector Society of Independency and National Freedom, deputy and, finally, senator. He became the most expressive politic articulator of the south-miner elite in the Corte, at the same time that he was engaging it in the challenges of the fight for the constitution of the Brazilian National State in the version desired by the moderated liberals.

  15. Match point en Kartápolis o el arte de novelar de José Siles

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    En esta nota comentamos la novela de José Siles González, “Kartápolis. La enfermera del San Simón” (2017). Novela “polifónica” en la cual el autor satiriza a la sociedad actual a través de un “cronotopo”, Kartápolis, lugar de negocios turbios, polieventos y programas de televisión que devaluan al ser humano, con un espacio inquietante: El Instituto de Antropología Psiquiátrica y Terapia Electro-Convulsiva. In the present paper we comment on the novel by José Siles González, “Kartápolis. Th...

  16. El negro y la «raza cósmica» de José Vasconcelos (1925

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    Full Text Available La corta pero densa obra La raza cósmica del ideólogo y político mexicano José Vasconcelos no representa una aventura intersideral de una humanidad amenazada por la destrucción o una búsqueda de conquistas extraterrestres. Pero no deja por ello de exponer una extraña ficción futurista. La mencionada obra recoge apuntes relativos a un largo viaje que José Vasconcelos hizo por Brasil y Argentina, así como artículos de su autoría sobre dichos países. En este trabajo evocaremos la obra en la que Vasconcelos expone sus ideas sobre el mestizaje.

  17. José Ignacio Moreno. Un teólogo peruano. Entre Montesquieu y Joseph de Maistre

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    Full Text Available José Ignacio Moreno es uno de los fundadores de la independencia del Perú. En calidad de tal acompañó el proyecto del General rioplatense José de San Martín de transformar en 1822 la monarquía peruana en un reino independiente. Pero, a diferencia de la multitud de sus contemporáneos, la historiografía apenas lo presenta como un circunstante en la epopeya de la emancipación, de quien no se conserva ni un retrato. El motivo es la extraña adherencia de este personaje a las ideas del ultramontanismo y su temprana cercanía con la obra del contrarrevolucionario francés Joseph de Maistre. Un discurso monárquico extremista en 1822 lo colocaría como el fundador involuntario del Perú como República.

  18. That Corporate Social Responsibility in the “José Mercerón Allen” Cement Factory, Santiago de Cuba

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    The objective of this article is to identify the problems that limit Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the José Mercerón Allen Cement Factory, Santiago de Cuba, in order to trace the corresponding actions to improve the situation. To achieve the proposed objective, initially the themes of CSR that will be evaluated based on Rule 26000 are selected, the problems that limit it are identified and the corresponding objectives and actions are defined. The research showed that the fundamenta...

  19. An assessment of the impact of entrepreneurial skills of community pharmacists on pharmaceutical business performance in Jos metropolis, Nigeria

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    Full Text Available Background: Community pharmacy has been a lucrative area of practice for pharmacists in Jos, Nigeria, until about the turn of the millennium where a decline in viability of the business has been observed. Objective: This study assessed the entrepreneurial skills of community pharmacists, the business performance of community pharmacies and the impact of their entrepreneurial skills on business performance. Methods: A cross sectional survey was conducted by administering a pretested questionnaire to 30 community pharmacists in Jos. An adaptation of the Bernelli model and the expanded Katz (1974/Herron (1990 Skill Typology Model was used to assess nine entrepreneurial skills - product, organizational, industry, networking, leadership, executive, entrepreneurial, marketing and money skills; while sales growth, net profit and stock growth were used to assess business performance. Frequency distribution of results was presented, with further analysis done with the Epi-Info software using the chi square test of association. Result: The results from this study showed that community pharmacies in Jos do possess requisite entrepreneurial skills, but to varying extents. Product skills ranked highest while money skills and entrepreneurial skills ranked least, portraying a need for skills enhancement in these areas. Business performance was suboptimal, being rated as average or poor by 56.6% of respondents. However, most respondents (90% still assessed their businesses as profitable. Money skills had a significant impact on business performance (P=0.03 and stock growth (P=0.04; while stock growth was significantly affected by leadership skills (P=0.002 and entrepreneurial skills (0.02. Net profit was significantly affected by industry skills (P=0.008. Conclusions: Community pharmacy business is still a profitable business venture in Jos though business performance is sub optimal. The entrepreneurial skills set of a community pharmacist set has an impact on

  20. An assessment of the impact of entrepreneurial skills of community pharmacists on pharmaceutical business performance in Jos metropolis, Nigeria.

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    Asieba, Iyeseun O; Nmadu, Teresa M

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    Community pharmacy has been a lucrative area of practice for pharmacists in Jos, Nigeria, until about the turn of the millennium where a decline in viability of the business has been observed. This study assessed the entrepreneurial skills of community pharmacists, the business performance of community pharmacies and the impact of their entrepreneurial skills on business performance. A cross sectional survey was conducted by administering a pretested questionnaire to 30 community pharmacists in Jos. An adaptation of the Bernelli model and the expanded Katz (1974)/Herron (1990) Skill Typology Model was used to assess nine entrepreneurial skills - product, organizational, industry, networking, leadership, executive, entrepreneurial, marketing and money skills; while sales growth, net profit and stock growth were used to assess business performance. Frequency distribution of results was presented, with further analysis done with the Epi-Info software using the chi square test of association. The results from this study showed that community pharmacies in Jos do possess requisite entrepreneurial skills, but to varying extents. Product skills ranked highest while money skills and entrepreneurial skills ranked least, portraying a need for skills enhancement in these areas. Business performance was suboptimal, being rated as average or poor by 56.6% of respondents. However, most respondents (90%) still assessed their businesses as profitable. Money skills had a significant impact on business performance (P=0.03) and stock growth (P=0.04); while stock growth was significantly affected by leadership skills (P=0.002) and entrepreneurial skills (0.02). Net profit was significantly affected by industry skills (P=0.008). Community pharmacy business is still a profitable business venture in Jos though business performance is sub optimal. The entrepreneurial skills set of a community pharmacist set has an impact on business performance with money skills, leadership skills and

  1. Environmental approach to geographic thinking development from the perspective of José Marti’s texts

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    González, Roeris

    2014-01-01

    The article presents findings of the research the project "Systematization of the theory and practice for a didactics of geographical thinking in natural sciences teacher currently running at the Faculty of Sciences. The study is intended to highlight the potentials of José Marti's text for environmentally focused geographical thinking junior high school students. It starts by assessing the importance of geographical thinking for contemporary society and the presence of this conception in the...

  2. El modelo ideal de interactividad es la conversación. Entrevista a José Luis Orihuela

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    Juan Salvador Victoria Mas

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    Full Text Available José Luis Orihuela, "profesor universitario, conferenciante y bloguer" - tal y como él mismo se define-, habla sobre la interactividad como una potencia o una capacidad de los dispositivos (ordenadores y redes que actualiza o ejecuta el usuario en la medida en que inicia acciones que generan una respuesta por parte del sistema o de otros usuarios. Tras unas preguntas para adentrarnos en dicho concepto, Orihuela relaciona interactividad con diálogo y otros conceptos.

  3. Libertarian itinerary in José María (Billo) Zeledón 1900-1920

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    Llaguno Tomas, José Julián

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    This paper aims to characterize the intellectual output of the writer; poet and educator José Maria (Billo) Zeledon, in order to clarify his transit throw anarchist ideas in the first two decades of the twentieth century. The importance of this character lies in its central contribution to the study and dissemination of anarchism from the foundation of an educational/doctrinaire project that fed on various tools as study centers, periodicals, popular libraries, public lectures and an extensiv...

  4. Entender la diversidad familiar. Relaciones homosexuales y nuevos modelos de familia (José Ignacio Pichardo Galán

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    Maribel Blázquez Rodríguez

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Este libro que sale a la luz es el resultado de la investigación realizada por José Ignacio Pichardo para su tesis doctoral. Su estudio, como perfectamente refleja el título, se dirige a recoger los cambios que se han venido dando en el concepto de familia, en concreto las formadas por personas que mantienen relaciones sexuales con personas de su mismo sexo.

  5. GyroBoy – a self-balancing robot programmed in JAVA with leJOS EV3

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    Christensen, Bjørn Klint

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    GyroBoy is a self-balancing robot created by LEGO as a demonstration of what you can build with the EV3 LEGO Mindstorms education kit. The kit includes building instructions as well as a control program for GyroBoy developed in LEGO´s so called block-programming language. In this article I will present a similar control program developed in Java using the leJOS EV3 class library.

  6. El proyecto cultural liberador de José Martí para su tiempo y para el siglo XXI

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    Full Text Available En el artículo se sostiene la validez y significación del proyecto cultural liberador de José Martí para América Latina. Se analiza desde el momento en que fue concebido a fines del siglo xix y para la actualidad. La determinación y defensa de los puntos de vista que se presentan han sido posibles mediante el análisis de la obra completa de José Martí recogida en los 28 tomos editados en 1963, por la Editorial Nacional de Cuba. El análisis textual de dichas fuentes lo completa su contrastación con el contexto con - dicionante de las últimas décadas del siglo xix , especialmente en Cuba, México, Guatemala, Venezuela y Estados Unidos, sus con - tradicciones y tendencias de desarrollo. La exposición del con te - nido del artículo se ha estructurado en tres apartados: el primero es titulado “América Latina hasta fines del siglo XIX”; el segun - do, “José Martí, su conocimiento y vocación latinoamericana”; y el tercero, “El proyecto cultural liberador martiano para América Latina en todos los tiempos”. Se sostiene la idea de la libertad en José Martí como centro vital del proyecto de cambio y desarrollo para América Latina, en la que vertebró coherentemente su dis - curso cultural al que se integra la educación, la ciencia, la prensa y el arte, en distintas manifestaciones.

  7. Le journal de José Santos Vargas (1814-1825. 2: deux manuscrits

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    Full Text Available L’existence de deux manuscrits différents du Journal de José Santos Vargas conduit à s’interroger sur la véracité de l’auteur. La comparaison entre les deux textes incite à attribuer le premier à une rédaction très proche de la fin de la guerre, et le second à un travail de collecte et de réécriture qui s’est étalé sur près de 30 ans. Entre le premier et le second manuscrit, se manifeste le changement du projet d’écriture de l’auteur qui évolue d’une conception individuelle de l’œuvre à l’idée de faire du Journal le recueil de toutes les traces de la guerre conservées dans les Vallées, et de le transformer en mémoire patriotique d’un microcosme provincial. EL DIARIO DE JOSÉ SANTOS VARGAS (1814-1825 - 2: DOS MANUSCRITOS. La existencia de dos manuscritos distintos del Diario del guerrillero José Santos Vargas incita a dudar de la veracidad del autor. La comparación entre los dos textos permite atribuir al primero una redacción próxima al fin de la guerra, mientras el segundo resulta de un trabajo de recolección y de reescritura que duró cerca de treinta años. Entre el primer y el segundo manuscrito, se manifiesta un cambio de proyecto de escritura por parte del autor que evoluciona de una concepción individualista de la obra hacia la idea de transformar el Diario en el compendio de todas las huellas de la guerra que se habían conservado en los Valles, transformándole en memoria patriótica de un microcosmos provincial. THE DIARY OF JOSÉ SANTOS VARGAS (1814-1825 - 2: TWO MANUSCRIPTS. The existence of two different manuscripts of the guerilla leader José Santos Vargas's Diary raises doubts about the truthfulness of the author. After comparing the two texts, it is possible to situate the writing of the first version in the time just after the war and the second version during a thirty year period in which testimonies and information were collected, and then rewritten. A change in the writing project of

  8. Urban vegetation change after a hundred years in a tropical city (San José de Costa Rica).

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    Monge-Nájera, Julián; Pérez-Gómez, Gabriela

    2010-12-01

    Urban vegetation is of key importance because a large proportion of the human population lives in cities. Nevertheless, urban vegetation is understudied outside central Europe and particularly, little is known about the flora of tropical Asian, African and Latin American cities. We present an estimate of how the vegetation has changed in the city of San José, Costa Rica, after about one century, with the repeat photography technique (based on a collection of 19th and early 20th century photographs by José Fidel Tristán and others) and with data from the Costa Rican National Herbarium. We found little vegetation change in the landscape of San José during the 20th century, where a total of 95 families and 458 species were collected in the late 19th and early 20th century. The families with most species were Asteraceae, Fabaceae, Poaceae, Lamiaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Solanaceae, Cyperaceae, Acanthaceae, Malvaceae, Piperaceae and Verbenaceae. Similar results have been found in Europe, where the number of plant species often is stable for long periods even when the individual species vary.

  9. Urban vegetation change after a hundred years in a tropical city (San José de Costa Rica

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    Julián Monge-Nájera

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    Full Text Available Urban vegetation is of key importance because a large proportion of the human population lives in cities. Nevertheless, urban vegetation is understudied outside central Europe and particularly, little is known about the flora of tropical Asian, African and Latin American cities. We present an estimate of how the vegetation has changed in the city of San José, Costa Rica, after about one century, with the repeat photography technique (based on a collection of 19th and early 20th century photographs by José Fidel Tristán and others and with data from the Costa Rican National Herbarium. We found little vegetation change in the landscape of San José during the 20th century, where a total of 95 families and 458 species were collected in the late 19th and early 20th century. The families with most species were Asteraceae, Fabaceae, Poaceae, Lamiaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Solanaceae, Cyperaceae, Acanthaceae, Malvaceae, Piperaceae and Verbenaceae. Similar results have been found in Europe, where the number of plant species often is stable for long periods even when the individual species vary. Rev. Biol. Trop. 58 (4: 1367-1386. Epub 2010 December 01.

  10. Pregnancy outcome following non-obstetric abdominal surgery in Jos University Teaching Hospital: A 5-year retrospective study.

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    Shambe, I H; Dikkol, N; Ozoilo, K N

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    The need for nonobstetric abdominal surgical interventions in pregnant females arises periodically in practice and can be a source for concern for both the patient and the surgeon because of the risk of adverse outcome. To determine the indications for, and assess maternal and fetal outcome following nonobstetric abdominal surgeries in Jos University Teaching Hospital. This was a retrospective cross-sectional study analyzing clinical records of pregnant women, who had nonobstetric abdominal surgeries in Jos University Teaching Hospital between January 2007 and December 2011. Fifty patients had nonobstetric abdominal surgery during the study period (January 2007 to December 2011). The ages of the women ranged 15-49 years with a mean of 29 ± 8.13 years. Intraoperative findings in the patients were consistent with acute appendicitis in 43 (86%) patients, two patients (4%) had ruptured spleen while one patient each (2.0%) had a transverse colon injury, postoperative adhesion bands, ruptured uterus and urinary bladder, and mesenteric injury. One (2.0%) mother died after surgery. 38 (76%) had spontaneous deliveries, and there were 11 miscarriages (22%) and 1 perinatal death. The perinatal mortality rate was 0.093/1000 deliveries. The mean hospital stay was 5.52 days. Nonobstetric abdominal surgeries in pregnant women are an infrequent occurrence at Jos University Teaching Hospital but when they do occur, they are indicated by acute appendicitis in pregnancy.

  11. MYCOBACTERIA AND OTHER ACID FAST ORGANISMS ASSOCIATED WITH PULMONARY DISEASE IN JOS, NIGERIA PULMONARY DISEASE AND ACID FAST ORGANISMS

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    Ani AE

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Objective: Acid fast bacilli (AFB for sputum smear microscopy is the affordable method used for prompt diagnosis of tuberculosis in Nigeria despite its lack of specificity and limited sensitivity. The study aims to identify Mycobacterium tuberculosis and other acid fast organisms isolated from sputum of of HIV positive adult patients with pulmonary disease in Jos, Nigeria. Methods: Acid fast organisms isolated from 80 AFB positive sputa of HIV positive adult patients suspected for tuberculosis in Jos, Nigeria were identified for members of M. tuberculosis Complex (M tuberculosis, M bovis, M africanum, M canetti M. microti and M. caprae by use of spoligootyping, Multiplex Gen Probe, Hain genotype assay and gene sequencing for spoligotype negative isolates. Results: Seven different spoligotypes of M. tuberculosis complex were identified from 70/80 (87.5% total number of isolates. M. kansasii (1, M. dulvalii (1 Nocardia species (1 and Tsukamurella species (2 were detected from 5/10 spoligotype negative isolates. Conclusion and Recommendation: Although M. tuberculosis is the dominant AFB associated with chronic pulmonary disease in Jos, Nigeria, other clinically relevant mycobacteria were observed in the study. This suggests that other AFB positive microorganisms associated with tuberculosis -like symptoms could be misdiagnosed and incorrectly treated as M. tuberculosis. It is therefore necessary for laboratories in TB high burden countries to step up diagnostic procedures beyond routine smear microscopy.

  12. La autoridad del filósofo. Socioanálisis de José Vasconcelos

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    Alejandro Estrella González

    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available El presente artículo analiza y valora la contribución de José Vasconcelos al desarrollo de la filosofía en México. Para ello opero una reconstrucción socioanalítica de la trayectoria social e intelectual de Vasconcelos y la comparo con otras trayectorias, con el fin de discriminar su forma de autoridad específica en el campo filosófico. Este trabajo comparativo pasa por dos niveles de análisis: las relaciones que estructuran el campo filosófico mexicano (P. Bourdieu y las interacciones entre agentes a nivel situacional (R. Collins. Finalmente, dicho análisis sociológico permite cuestionar determinados espacios comunes de la tradición filosófica, como por ejemplo: las formas de constitución del canon, los procesos de ruptura generacional o la creatividad como empresa individual del genio creador.Palabras claves: Sociología de la filosofía, campo filosófico, rituales de interacción, canon filosófico, filosofía mexicana.  ___________________________ABSTRACT:This paper analyzes and values the contribution of José Vasconcelos to the development of philosophy in Mexico. To get this aim, I make a socioanalytic reconstruction of Vascocenlos´s social and intelectual trajectory and I compare it with others trajectories, to distinguish his specific kind of authority in the philosophical field. This comparative work goes through two levels of analysis: the structure of the mexican philosophical field (P. Bourdieu and the interactions between agents in a situational level (R. Collins. Finally, this sociological analysis permits to critic some common areas of the philosophical tradition, for example: the manners in which the canon is made it up, the generational rupture processes, or creativity as an individual enterprise of the creator genius. Keywords: Sociology of philosophy, philosophical field, interaction rituals, philosophical canon, mexican philosophy. 

  13. Assessment of mold contamination and physicochemical properties of crude palm oil sold in Jos, Nigeria.

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    Odoh, Chuks K; Amapu, Tarfen Y; Orjiakor, Ikechukwu P; Martins, Paul E; Seibai, Benedict T; Akpi, Uche K; Ugwu, Chinyere S; Lerum, Nathaniel I; Nwankwegu, Amechi S

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    Due to increasing reports on poor-quality palm oil in the market, there has been a continual decrease in demand and revenue cum product rejection of palm oil sold in Jos, Nigeria. Hence, the significance of this work aims to moderate the microbial and physical qualities of crude palm oil sold in different major markets in order to increase revenue through quality control and quality assurance protocols. The intent is to create awareness among government monitoring agencies, buyers (exporters and importers), and to promote standard processing procedures among manufacturers. The study was carried out to ascertain the levels of mold contamination and physicochemical properties of crude palm oil sold in Jos and its environ. A total of 90 samples were collected in sterile containers. Molds were isolated and identified using standard identification procedures. The physicochemical properties: free fatty acids (FFA), peroxide value (PV), iodine value (IV), moisture content (MC), and impurity level were determined. The assessment of mold isolated from the study sites recognized some life-threatening genera capable of producing carcinogenic toxins. Candida sp. (51%) had the highest percentage of occurrence followed by Aspergillus sp. (45%) while Fusarium sp. (3%) was the least occurring mold. The mean mold count for all the palm oil samples ranges from 3.18 × 10 4 (cfu/mL)-4.56 × 10 4 (cfu/mL). Physicochemical findings showed that the average FFA (3.43-6.88%), PV (6.96-13.63 mEq/kg), IV (39.7-67.5 wijs), and MC (0.44-0.72%) values were within the SON acceptable limit, except the impurity level (0.28-0.44%) which was higher than the acceptable SON range in all the sites. There was a significant difference ( P  ≤ 0.05) in the mold and physicochemical properties of crude palm oil in almost all the samples analyzed when compared to both local and international permissible limits of the tested parameters recommended for edible palm oil. There was compliance between the

  14. La autobiografía juvenil de José Cadalso

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    Duran López, Fernando

    2002-12-01

    Full Text Available The brief autobiography written by José Cadalso in 1773, unknown until its discovery in 1967, has driven to some interpretations in many different and contradictory ways. This work has a great importance in order to describe Cadalso's personality, and it presuposes also an unique testimonial on the Spanish autobiographical literature of the eigteenth century. This paper aims at making a critical revision of the different readings included in that little work and try to study not only its style and structure, but also its selection of the biographical information found in the memoirs and its consecuent development. The conclusion is that Cadalso's work is an early autobiography in a modern sense, introspective and full OS moral and psychological preoccupations. This autobiography takes a distance from the rest of Spanish modern autobiographies in the fact of being a work written in Cadalso's young years, in the middle of incertitudes to the future and not with the intention of making an overview of his past life.La breve autobiografía de José Cadalso, escrita en 1773 y desconocida hasta su descubrimiento en 1967, ha dado lugar a interpretaciones muy diversas y contradictorias. Es una obra que posee un gran valor para caracterizar la personalidad de Cadalso y también supone un testimonio único dentro de la literatura autobiográfica en la España del siglo XVIII. En el artículo se efectúa una revisión crítica de las distintas opiniones vertidas sobre este opúsculo, se estudia su estilo, su estructura, la selección del material biográfico incluido en estos recuerdos y su desarrollo. La conclusión de este estudio caracteriza la obra de Cadalso como una precoz autobiografía de estilo moderno, introspectiva y dominada por inquietudes morales y psicológicas, que se distingue de todas las otras autobiografías modernas españolas por su condición de escritor juvenil, presidido por la incertidumbre ante el futuro antes que por el balance

  15. Ecoturismo: Potencialidades e Limitações Ambientais do Município de São José dos Ausentes, RS / Ecotourism: Potential and Environmental Limitations in São José dos Ausentes, Brazil

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    Verônica Casagrande

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    Full Text Available O Turismo apresenta índices de crescimento no contexto econômico mundial, sendo o ecoturismo um dos segmento de maior desenvolvimento. O ecoturismo é contemplado no turismo rural, apresentando como vantagem incremento dos rendimentos nas propriedades rurais e a redução do êxodo rural pela geração de emprego e renda. Da mesma forma que para outras atividades, os impactos socioambientais do ecoturismo também devem ser avaliados, como o aumento da geração de resíduos em períodos específicos e a descaracterização do meio para a instalação de novas estruturas. Neste contexto, são apresentados os aspectos ambientais de São José dos Ausentes, no Rio Grande do Sul, e o desenvolvimento do ecoturismo no local, destacando as potencialidades e as fragilidades ambientais a serem observadas e consideradas na fase de planejamento das atividades no município. A opção pela aplicação do estudo neste município provém da potencialidade turística em contraponto às atuais ações antrópicas impactantes que vem ocorrendo na região.  Palavras-chave: Turismo Rural. Ecoturismo. Planejamento ambiental. Impactos ambientais. São José dos Ausentes, RS. Ecotourism: Potential and Environmental Limitations in São José dos Ausentes, Brazil - Tourism has the highest growth rates in the world economic context, and the ecotourism segment of further development. The ecotourism is contemplated in rural tourism, having as main advantage the increase in the income of landowners. As a benefit of this model, it can be highlighted the contribution to the reduction of the rural exodus, with the expansion employment and income generation. The same way as for other activities, the social and environmental impacts of ecotourism should also be evaluated, such as increased waste generation in specific periods and the mischaracterization of the medium for the installation of new structures. In this context, the environmental aspects of São José dos

  16. El pensamiento filosófico de José Eusebio Caro

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    Gerardo Andrade González

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    Full Text Available No vamos a estudiar a José Eusebio Caro, como poeta filósofo, ni mucho menos al Caro forjador de un sistema filosófico, aquí lo primero, porque tendríamos que analizar pormenorizadamente cada poema y, en trata hacer el desdoblamiento del lenguaje poético en lenguaje prosaico. Lo segundo, porque no vamos a preguntarnos si Caro fue o no un pensador creador de una nueva concepción filosófica, hasta el punto de compararle con algún presocrático, con Platón ... Descartes, Kant, Hegel o Heidegger; o, limitando el marco, estudiar los alcances filosóficos de Caro dentro del círculo de la hispanidad americana, porque todo esto nos llevaría a elaborar un tratado de las corrientes filosóficas en América; y lo que es más: a valorar la filosofía americana a la luz de la filosofía universal

  17. II José Plínio Baptista School of Cosmology

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    Piattella, Oliver; Rodrigues, Davi; Velten, Hermano; Zimdahl, Winfried

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    The series of texts composing this book is based on the lectures presented during the II José Plínio Baptista School of Cosmology, held in Pedra Azul (Espírito Santo, Brazil) between 9 and 14 March 2014. This II JBPCosmo has been entirely devoted to the problem of understanding theoretical and observational aspects of Cosmic Background Radiation (CMB). The CMB is one of the most important phenomena in Physics and a fundamental probe of our Universe when it was only 400,000 years old. It is an extraordinary laboratory where we can learn from particle physics to cosmology; its discovery in 1965 has been a landmark event in the history of physics. The observations of the anisotropy of the cosmic microwave background radiation through the satellites COBE, WMAP and Planck provided a huge amount of data which are being analyzed in order to discover important information regarding the composition of our universe and the process of structure formation.

  18. La medicina en la obra literaria de José Luis Sampedro

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    Josep E BAÑOS

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    Full Text Available José Luis Sampedro (1917-2013 fue un economista español que se dedicó desde joven a la literatura, aunque su éxito de público le llegó a edad madura. Su padre era médico y él mismo se interesó por serlo durante un tiempo. Muchas de sus obras contienen referencias a la medicina y a la fisiología, especialmente dos de ellas, La sonrisa etrusca (1985 y Monte Sinaí (1995. En la primera realizó un análisis de los efectos de una grave enfermedad en una persona anciana y cómo su vivencia se modula con la presencia de su nieto. En la segunda. Sampedro describió su ingreso en el Hospital Mount Sinai de Nueva York a raíz de una grave endocarditis que amenazó su vida. El relato describe las emociones asociadas a la amenaza vital y cómo el contacto humano consigue aliviarlas. El presente artículo analiza estas dos obras pero también aspectos relacionados con la medicina de otras de sus novelas y textos de carácter autobiográfico o de opinión. 

  19. José-Alberto Marques: O poema contra a imutabilidade estática

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    Full Text Available http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/1807-9288.2016v12n1p20 Leitura de Homeóstatos, de José-Alberto Marques, buscando demonstrar em sua composição o processo dinâmico da escrita poética, a qual atribui ao poema o sentido de um corpo vivo. Ressalta-se que, nesse processo poético, o poeta reinventa a tradição, expondo o poema como um fazer estético-crítico. Para isso, lemos os poucos textos críticos do poeta em contraste com sua poesia e com textos fundamentais para se pensar a poesia experimental, como os de E. M. de Melo e Castro, sobre o poeta e a poesia experimental portuguesa; de Haroldo de Campos, sobre sincronia e diacronia; e de Alberto Pimenta, sobre a poetografia, como elemento de afirmação autônoma do poema perante as tradições líricas.

  20. Prevalence and correlates of posttraumatic stress disorder among medical students in the University of Jos, Nigeria.

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    Nwoga, C N; Audu, M D; Obembe, A

    2016-01-01

    Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is the most common consequence of traumatic experiences. The North Central Nigeria to which Plateau State belongs has witnessed many ethno-religious crises. While previous studies suggested a high prevalence of PTSD among students, to the best of our knowledge, no such study has been reported in Nigeria. The study aimed to determine the prevalence and correlates of PTSD among medical students in a university. Cross-sectional systematic random sampling was used to select 200 medical students. A two staged interview with questionnaire on sociodemographic variables, PTSD Checklist-Civilian Version, Impact of Event Scale, and Composite International Diagnostic Interview was carried out. SPSS Inc. Released 2007. SPSS for Windows, version 16.0. Chicago, SPSS Inc. was used for statistical analysis. Prevalence of PTSD among the students was 23.5%. Previous childhood trauma and personal experiences during the crisis were significantly associated with having PTSD. High prevalence rate of PTSD among medical students in Jos is an indicator of psychological consequences of the recurring crises on the inhabitants. There is a need for follow-up and counseling/trauma healing for those identified.

  1. Collected Letters of José Martí: a linguistic approach

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    Guerra, Ana Jústiz

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Any approach to José Marti’s literary production should consider the study of his collected letters, which are noticeable for its content and expressive devices. This article synthesizes the criteria of former researchers who have considered Marti’s collected letters as a privileged genre among the multiple and diverse cultivated by the Apostle (speeches, dramas, essays, journal article, short stories and literary criticism. The collected letters takes a large proportion of his prolific literary production and its expressive force has been widely recognized as a source of inspiration for other poets. His collection of letters is outstanding and lasting in time for its expressive magnificence, its depth of content and precise choice of words. Originally written for a definite addressee, the letters are currently read by new generations of readers, who rediscover a new message in each. Topic considered in this article is part of a wider range study which is been prepared as Ph. D. thesis.

  2. Some Topics in Relation to José Celestino Mutis and Medicine

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    Leonardo Palacios Sánchez

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    Full Text Available José Celestino Mutis showed different interestareas of study and worked in multipleknowledge fields: mathematics, mineralogy, astronomy,zoology and botanic, the one in whichis best known. However, he was a medical doctor,whit profound an up to date knowledge. Hestudied at Sevilla University, and in the RoyalCollege of Cadiz. He arrived to the “NuevoReino de Granada” as personal medical doctorof the the viceroy Pedro Messía de la Cerda andduring 47 years, period of time he lived there,he always exercised his profession. We showeda special interest in the study of cinchona andthe only work he published was El Arcano dela quina. He advised in public health manyviceroys and he contributed in different fieldsbut particularly in the prevention of smallpoxby inoculation. He played a decisive role in thereopening of the medical school of the ColegioMayor de Nuestra Señora del Rosario. Someof his achievements justifies the appellative“Father of the Medicine in Colombia”.

  3. El blocao (y el bloqueo de José Díaz Fernández

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    Luis Fernando Bueno Morillas

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    Full Text Available El blocao (1928 fue la primera novela de José Díaz Fernández. Supuso un éxito editorial insólito hasta entonces porque reunía tres características novedosas: una actitud crítica ante la guerra de Marruecos, una integración de las novedades vanguardistas en la que su autor llamó literatura de avanzada y un posicionamiento del intelectual al lado de las reivindicaciones del pueblo. Sin embargo, aunque publicó otra novela un año después (La Venus mecánica, un libro teórico en el que definía la literatura que él propugnaba y practicaba (El nuevo romanticismo y algunas narraciones breves, Díaz Fernández se bloqueó y dejó la literatura narrativa que tan buenas expectativas levantó. Analizaremos las posibles causas de ese bloqueo.

  4. Proteccionismo, filibusterismo, libre comercio: José Martí y los tratados comerciales

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    José Luis Díaz Naranjo

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available Aun cuando los tratados de libre comercio se han constituido en los principales instrumentos de regulación en lo comercial, entre países, en los últimos 25 años, estos han sido un referente constante en los procesos bilaterales y multilaterales de negociación en esta materia. Como práctica se remonta al siglo XIX. En este sentido José Martí, héroe cubano, desarrolla un análisis del acuerdo comercial entre México y los Estados Unidos, propuesto en 1883, que mantiene vigencia, sobre la base de los preceptos en los que se fundamenta, el tráficode mercancías y uso de recursos de todo tipo. Los acuerdos de esta naturaleza responden a estrategias propias del proceso de acumulación de capital, dentro del marco de la realización de la ganancia. Este artículo hace referencia al análisis martiano y su expresión en el proceso de globalización del signo actual, el referido a los tratados de libre comercio como medios de expansión y dominio político y económico.

  5. O problema do estilo na obra de José Mojica Marins

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    Rodrigo Carreiro

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    Full Text Available Mais conhecido cineasta brasileiro de horror, José Mojica Marins tem uma obra vasta, na qual transitou por outros gêneros fílmicos, como o western e o sexo explícito. Ele trabalhou dentro de modos de produção distintos, usou diversas tecnologias e lidou com mudanças profundas no círculo de colaboradores. Tudo isso teve como consequência certa heterogeneidade temática, visual e sonora nos filmes que ele dirigiu, tornando mais difícil a tarefa de rastrear uma assinatura estilística em sua obra. Apesar disso, é possível afirmar que seus filmes têm um estilo próprio. Este ensaio procura identificar padrões recorrentes de forma e conteúdo na obra de Mojica, tentando explicá-los através do exame dos contextos socioculturais, tecnológicos, econômicos e políticos que afetaram o trabalho e a vida pessoal do cineasta.

  6. O labirinto textual de O ano da morte de Ricardo Reis, de José Saramago

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    Juliana Prestes de Oliveira

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available No romance O ano da morte de Ricardo Reis (1984, do escritor José Saramago, que pode ser lido sob o viés do Pós-Modernismo, o autor constrói uma narrativa repleta de intertextos, em que a história das personagens dialoga com a história de Portugal em 1936, época na qual o país sofria a ditadura de Salazar. Buscamos explorar essa construção, investigando como ocorre a elaboração da narrativa e sua constituição histórico-literária. Ademais, refletimos sobre os limites entre ficção e(Hhistória, investigando como o romance contribui para a desestabilização dos discursos tidos como verdadeiros. Uma das estratégias do autor para problematizar a questão da veracidade da visão historiográfica tradicional é a utilização de diversas vozes, especialmente daquelas silenciadas pelo poder, o que sugere que um mesmo acontecimento pode ter várias versões. Refletindo crítica e reflexivamente sobre o passado, a ficção reconfigura a imagem dos acontecimentos históricos, apresentando-nos outra face da (Hhistória do país.

  7. Appraisal of Chicken Production with Associated Biosecurity Practices in Commercial Poultry Farms Located in Jos, Nigeria.

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    Maduka, C V; Igbokwe, I O; Atsanda, N N

    2016-01-01

    A questionnaire-based study of chicken production system with on-farm biosecurity practices was carried out in commercial poultry farms located in Jos, Nigeria. Commercial and semicommercial farms had 75.3% and 24.5% of 95,393 birds on 80 farms, respectively. Farms using deep litter and battery cage systems were 69 (86.3%) and 10 (12.5%), respectively. In our biosecurity scoring system, a correct practice of each indicator of an event scored 1.00 and biosecurity score (BS) of each farm was the average of the scores of biosecurity indicators for the farm, giving BS of zero and 1.00 as absence of biosecurity and optimal biosecurity, respectively. Semicommercial farms had higher BS than commercial farms. The flock size did not significantly (p > 0.05) affect the mean BS. Disease outbreaks correlated (r = -0.97) with BS, showing a tendency of reduction of disease outbreaks with increasing BS. Outbreaks were significantly (p biosecurity practices and weak points in the biosecurity could be ameliorated by extension of information to farmers in order to support expansion of chicken production with robust biosecurity measures that drastically reduce risk of disease outbreak.

  8. A tribute to José María ("Chema" Cantú

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    Victor B. Penchaszadeh

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available José María ("Chema" Cantú (1938-2007, born in Mexico, was a pioneering, loved and respected leader in medical and human genetics and bioethics in Latin America. He graduated as a physician in Mexico and then trained in medical and human genetics in France and the United States. He was instrumental in developing a first-rate research, training and genetic services program in medical and human genetics in Guadalajara, in northwestern Mexico. He acted forcefully at national, regional and international levels to promote scientific development through collaboration and education in science and humanities, while he simultaneously strived for justice, peace, love and human rights. He attained some of the highest honors a scientist and humanist could aspire to as well as the recognition of the communities he served. Hundreds of disciples throughout Latin America and the world have been inspired by his vision of a better world through the conjunction of science, respect for humankind, ethics and love.

  9. Analysis of José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero’s nonverbal communication

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    Imelda Rodríguez-Escanciano, Ph.D.

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    Full Text Available Aware of television’s high level of persuasion and impact, politicians have progressively adapted their messages to the guidelines of the audiovisual media in order to strongly persuade TV viewers, which are seen as potential voters. Currently, the communication, marketing and telegenicity teams of most political parties do not only train their politicians to effectively use verbal communication, but they also try to reinforce their non-verbal communications skills, because they understand that a really effective message is only created through the correct combination of both dimensions. This article presents an in-depth study of the nonverbal communication displayed by the Prime Minister of Spain, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, during the first quarter of 2010 when a political topic predominated in the agenda: the financial crisis. Through content analysis, and a self-developed methodology, the study aims to decipher the strategic meaning of this political leader’s kinesic behaviour in the second edition of Telediario, the news programme broadcast by Spain’s Public TV Network (Televisión Española, aka, TVE.

  10. Appraisal of Chicken Production with Associated Biosecurity Practices in Commercial Poultry Farms Located in Jos, Nigeria

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    Maduka, C. V.; Igbokwe, I. O.; Atsanda, N. N.

    2016-01-01

    A questionnaire-based study of chicken production system with on-farm biosecurity practices was carried out in commercial poultry farms located in Jos, Nigeria. Commercial and semicommercial farms had 75.3% and 24.5% of 95,393 birds on 80 farms, respectively. Farms using deep litter and battery cage systems were 69 (86.3%) and 10 (12.5%), respectively. In our biosecurity scoring system, a correct practice of each indicator of an event scored 1.00 and biosecurity score (BS) of each farm was the average of the scores of biosecurity indicators for the farm, giving BS of zero and 1.00 as absence of biosecurity and optimal biosecurity, respectively. Semicommercial farms had higher BS than commercial farms. The flock size did not significantly (p > 0.05) affect the mean BS. Disease outbreaks correlated (r = −0.97) with BS, showing a tendency of reduction of disease outbreaks with increasing BS. Outbreaks were significantly (p < 0.05) associated with deep litter system. In conclusion, the chicken production system requires increased drive for excellent biosecurity practices and weak points in the biosecurity could be ameliorated by extension of information to farmers in order to support expansion of chicken production with robust biosecurity measures that drastically reduce risk of disease outbreak. PMID:27200208

  11. Bovine tuberculosis: a retrospective study at Jos abattoir, Plateau State, Nigeria.

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    Okeke, Lilian Akudo; Fawole, Olufunmilayo; Muhammad, Maryam; Okeke, Ikenna Osemeka; Nguku, Patrick; Wasswa, Peter; Dairo, David; Cadmus, Simeon

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    Nigeria has the thirteenth highest burden of human tuberculosis. The current increasing incidence of tuberculosis in humans, particularly in immune-compromised persons, has given interest in the zoonotic importance of Mycobacterium bovis in developing countries like Nigeria. This study determined the prevalence of bovine tuberculosis as a background information for effective control measures in Plateau State in cattle population. We reviewed surveillance records on cattle slaughtered and suggestive tuberculosis lesions from cattle slaughtered annually from 2007-2012 in Jos abattoir, Plateau State. Bovine tuberculosis cases at post mortem were based on examination of characteristics TB lesion on organs by Veterinary officers. We performed descriptive analysis using Epi info version 3.5.3 and Microsoft Excel 2007. A total of 52, 262 cattle were slaughtered from 2007-2012, out of which 4, 658 (11.2%) had evidence of tuberculosis lesion at post mortem. The average yearly prevalence was 9.1% but varied from a high of 16.3% in 2007 to a low of 3.1% in 2012. Trend analysis showed that bovine tuberculosis had a seasonal variation and peaked mostly in July and August. The number of suggestive Tb lesion cases was highest in the month of August and lowest in the month of January, 2007-2012. This study shows that bovine tuberculosis is endemic in Plateau State. Trend analysis showed that bovine tuberculosis is seasonal and peaked mostly in July and August. Continuous surveillance through meat inspection is required to prevent zoonotic transmission of bovine tuberculosis.

  12. The artistic practice of Regina José Galindo: anatomy of an emancipatory metaphor

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    Yasmín Martín Vodopivec

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available Through history, the relationship between poetry and the other fine arts has been an object of numerous studies based mainly on comparative criteria. Poetic language transcends the boundaries of literature, and becomes a key element to determine if a work is indeed a work of art. The form, perception and execution of the performance, which in its origins was linked to the representative act based on the text as an artistic form of expression, is in the Latin-American context transformed into a protest element in the social mobilisations related to the defence of human rights. The main exponent of performance art in Guatemala, Regina José Galindo (born in 1974, started her career in the field of poetry. Her performances establish formal and functional connections with poetic language, creating metaphors through the subject, object and action, that are used as a catalyst of the message to be transmitted and thus create another type of reception, one that goes beyond the everyday limits that circumscribe both disciplines. The performance metaphors of the artist, besides questioning the social position of women, enable the observer to reach, through identification, the emancipatory experience in its entirety.

  13. Resistive Random Access Memory from Materials Development fnd Engineering to Novel Encryption and Neuromorphic Applications

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    Beckmann, Karsten

    Resistive random access memory (ReRAM or RRAM) is a novel form of non-volatile memory that is expected to play a major role in future computing and memory solutions. It has been shown that the resistance state of ReRAM devices can be precisely tuned by modulating switching voltages, by limiting peak current, and by adjusting the switching pulse properties. This enables the realization of novel applications such as memristive neuromorphic computing and neural network computing. I have developed two processes based on 100 and 300mm wafer platforms to demonstrate functional HfO2 based ReRAM devices. The first process is designed for a rapid materials engineering and device characterization, while the second is an advanced hybrid ReRAM/CMOS combination based on the IBM 65nm 10LPe process technology. The 100mm wafer efforts were used to show impacts of etch processes on ReRAM switching performance and the need for a rigorous structural evaluation of ReRAM devices before starting materials development. After an etch development, a bottom electrode comparison between the inert materials Pt, Ru and W was performed where Ru showed superior results with respect to yield and resilience against environmental impacts such as humidity over a 2-month period. A comparison of amorphous and crystalline devices showed no statistical difference in the performance with respect to random telegraph noise. This demonstrates, that the forming process fundamentally alters the crystallographic structure within and around the filament. The 300mm wafer development efforts were aimed towards implementing ReRAM in the FEOL, combined with CMOS, to yield a seamless process flow of 1 transistor 1 ReRAM structures (1T1R). This technology was customized with custom-developed tungsten metal 1 (M1) and dual tungsten/copper via 1 (V1) structures, within which the ReRAM stack is embedded. The ReRAM itself consists of an inert W bottom electrode, HfO2 based active switching layer, a Ti oxygen scavenger layer, and an inert TiN top electrode. Linear sweep and controlled pulse (down to 5 ns) based electrical characterization of 1 transistor 1 ReRAM (1T1R) elements was performed to determine key properties including endurance, reliability, and threshold voltages. We demonstrated endurance values above 1010 cycles with an average on/off ratio of 10, and pulse voltages for set/reset operation of +/-1.5V. The on-chip 1T1R structures show an excellent controllability with respect to the low and high resistive states by manipulating the peak current from 75 up to 350 mu?A resulting in 10 distinct low resistance states (LRS). Our results demonstrate that the set operation (which shifts the ReRAM device from the high to the low resistance state) is only dependent on the voltage of the switching pulse and the peak current limit. The reset operation, however, occurs in an analog fashion and appears to be dependent on the total energy of the applied switching pulse. Pulse energy was modulated by varying the peak voltage resulting in a larger relative change of the ReRAM device resistance. The incremental resistance changes are ideally suited to emulate synaptic weights for future implementation into neuromorphic architectures. Switching results from these devices were also used to develop a model time-delay physical unclonable function (PUF) circuit, which showed excellent performance when compared to a pure CMOS implementation with significant improvements in uniqueness, size and accuracy.

  14. Incendio en un hospital en el siglo XVIII: Análisis del acontecimiento descrito por Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes Hospital fire: Analysis as described by Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes

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    Mª Teresa Miralles Sangro; Marta Durán Escribano

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    El trabajo analiza el ámbito de un hecho luctuoso y dramático que se produce en el año 1778, cuando un enorme incendio destruye el Teatro de Comedias del Hospital de Nuestra Señora de Gracia, en Zaragoza. El acontecimiento lo recoge el pintor aragonés Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes, en 1808, en la obra conocida como Incendio de un hospital. Se trata de un estudio descriptivo e interpretativo realizado a partir de la obra de Goya y que nosotros relacionaremos con la historia de la enfermer...

  15. El problema de la conciencia en Los errores de José Revueltas

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    Evodio Escalante Betancourt

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available Los errores es la gran novela que José Revueltas estaba destinado a escribir. En ella se concentra su etapa de madurez intelectual, filosófica y literaria. “El hombre es un ser erróneo y en eso radica su condición trágica” —dice Jacobo Ponce, personaje de la novela y alter ego de Revueltas. Reducir el error al grueso del ínfimo diámetro de un cabello, puesto en dimensiones cósmicas, se revela como un abismo puesto en relación con la categoría de saber absoluto que prefigura G. W. F. Hegel en su Fenomenología del espíritu. En este breve ensayo se da cuenta de las reflexiones intelectuales de Revueltas en torno a los postulados sobre la autoconciencia y el saber absoluto de Hegel. Los errores it’s the great novel that Revueltas was bound to write some day. It reveals his intellectual, philosophical and literary maturity. In words of Jacobo Ponce —character in the novel and alter ego of Revueltas itself—: “the man is erroneous by nature; here’s within his own tragedy”. Diminish the error up to the thickness of a capillar hair’s wide, in cosmic measures, means and reveals a huge gap facing the absolute knowledge coined by H.W. Hegel itself. So, in this brief essay Revueltas utter’s his owns intellectual thoughts bounding self-awareness and total knowledge within Hegel’s mind.

  16. La Personalidad de José Asunción Silva. I parte

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    José Francisco Socarrás

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    Rafael Serrano Camargo, Miembro de Número de la Academia Colombiana de Historia, ha escrito esta biografía del eximio poeta José Asunción Silva.

    Ella nos estaba haciendo falta a los lectores del común. Se trata de un relato sencillo, muy bien hilvanado y en castellano del bueno, sobre la vida y obra del genial colombiano, sin honduras literarias, ni disertaciones sobre las escuelas que influenciaron su obra y, lo más encomiable, sin disquisiciones a propósito de los trastornos psíquicos que pudieron influir en su existencia, apagada por propia voluntad. Con lo anterior no pretendo menoscabar la importancia de quienes se han ocupado entre nosotros del poeta y del escritor como tales, ni la de los que han ahondado en su personalidad desconcertante.

    Entre los primeros se destacan Emilio Cuervo Márquez, Rafael Maya, Nicolás Bayona Posada, Roberto Liévano, Alberto Miramón, Carlos Arturo Caparroso y Héctor H. Orjuela. Entre los segundos, el propio Miramón, Edmundo Rico y Mauro Torres. Y ahora una síntesis de lo tratado por el académico Serrano Camargo, a lo que agregaré algunas observaciones encaminadas a esclarecer la psicopatología de nuestro admirado compatriota. De antemano advierto que mi propósito principal es trazar una historia clínica descarnada de la enfermedad que lo empujó al suicidio....

  17. El Museo Pedagógico "José Pedro Varela" en Internet

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    Susana Maggioli

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    Full Text Available Este trabajo propone hacer del Museo Pedagógico José Pedro Varela un Centro de Información interactivo a través del análisis de sus acervos bibliográficos y museísticos para su publicación en internet. La investigación incluye el enfoque de los siguientes aspectos: historia, actividades permanentes y temporales, exposiciones, salas, colecciones, servicios y publicaciones. Para lograr el acceso a los fondos museísticos se han implementado dos bases de datos: a Libros: la bilbioteca de investigación que contiene manuales de enseñanza y libros de pedagogía; y b Objet: objetos en exposición en diferentes salas, la cual permite la consulta interactiva a las imágenes y descripción respectivas a través de una interface de fácil manejo. Uno de los productos, el Sitio Web, refleja el tratamiento que se ha hecho de dichas áreas con el cual se pretende captar el interés del público diverso que puede acceder a él, a saber: investigadores, docentes, estudiantes de magisterio, niños, público en general, etc. a través de un portal interactivo, ágil, dinámico, de diseño modular, que incluye el uso de colores cálidos y atrayentes. El resultado que aquí se presenta es la primera etapa de un proyecto más embicioso que se encuentra en desarrollo y que culminará con la automatización de los acervos museísticos de la institución.

  18. Literatura e alimentação em José de Alencar

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    Katerina Blasques Kaspar

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    Full Text Available No panorama em que a personagem de ficção romântica é constituída a partir de um modelo real de indivíduo, captar os elementos literários empregados pelo romancista na elaboração de sua trama parece ser relevante para recepção da obra. Neste contexto, a alimentação poderia ser considerada um aspecto de valioso destaque na proposição de espaços que permitam a comensalidade para estabelecimento de conflitos, bem como interessante figura para caracterizar lugares e personagens. Valendo-se de um corpus variado de José de Alencar, a investigação precisará paralelos com reflexões francesas sobre a gastronomia, de Brillat-Savarin e Balzac e, pautando-se igualmente por conceitos da crítica literária, sobretudo Antonio Candido e E. M. Forster, para uma enumeração e leitura de cenas de refeição e elementos alimentares e gastronômicos propostos pelo romancista para composição de suas obras. O interesse estará tanto no estudo de trechos em que a alimentação e os ingredientes aparecem como centrais na construção fictícia como também na investigação de como tais procedimentos podem ter figurado como parte da cor local no projeto literário de Alencar.

  19. Indications for removal of etonogestrel implant within two years of use in Jos, Nigeria.

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    Mutihir, J T; Nyango, D D

    2010-11-01

    Implanon is a new long-term and reversible sub-dermal contraceptive implant in Nigeria. It is a single rod containing 68mg of etonogestrel meant to offer contraception for three years and marketed by Organon. To determine the indications for removal of Implanon rods from clients within a two-year period. A retrospective review of 30 consecutive Implanon removals within the study period. The fertility regulation unit of the department of obstetrics and gynaecology of the Jos University Teaching Hospital, North-Central Nigeria. A total of 30 clients requested for and had their Implanon rods removed out of 669 insertions constituting 95.5% crude continuation rate in the second year. The clients were of mean age 31.4 +/- 6.2 years, mean parity 2.9 +/- 1.8 and mean number of living children 2.7 +/- 1.6. There was an average weight gain of 1.9 kg. The most common indication for removal was menstrual disruption (33.3%). Desire for another pregnancy closely followed (30.0%). Weight gain was another indication for discontinuation (13.3%). Two women were pregnant at insertion of the implant. There was one failure of the method with pregnancy as a result. Spousal disapproval was an indication for removal in two cases. Like all progestin-only contraceptive methods, menstrual disruption was the most common indication for removal of implants. Inadvertent insertion of implants with existing pregnancy is of concern and should be avoided as much as is possible. In doubtful cases at insertion, this insertion should be deferred or serum beta-HCG should be assessed to exclude chemical pregnancy.

  20. José Martí entre los Hilos Ocultos del Reformismo Cubano

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    María Caridad Pacheco González

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo discute hasta qué punto, tras la muerte de Martí, se generaliza en la isla de Cuba el desconocimiento de su obra literaria, la oposición a su pensamiento político y en consecuencia, un abandono a su discurso revolucionario y popular. Se describe el proceso con el que se generalizan las contradicciones entre los independentistas, en medio de la recuperación de su legado a manos de los emigrados. Luego de décadas de debates, se presentan las manifestaciones que exaltan su lucha nacionalista, la difusión de sus obras y la defensa de sus postulados e ideas, convirtiéndose los criterios martianos en la base ideológica de la nación cubana y del reformismo, en su tránsito de colonia a república.   This article discusses the extent to which, after his death, the literary output of José Martí became generally unknown, opposition to his political thought as well, resulting in the abandonment of his popular and revolutionary discourse. The contradictions among those in favor of Cuban independence is examined, with the recovery of Martí’s legacy left to emigrants. After decades of debate, praise of his nationalist struggle reappears, along with the diffusion of his oeuvre and the defense of his propositions and ideas, transforming the tenets of Martí’s thought into the ideological base of Cuban nationalism and reform, in the island's transition from colony to republic.

  1. Antibacterial Activity of Ethanolic Extract of Acalypha wilkesiana Leaves Growing in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria

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    Gotep, J. G.

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Antibacterial activity of ethanolic extract of Acalypha wilkesiana leaves growing in Vom, Jos, Plateau state, Nigeria was carried out to verify claims by the locals of its medicinal properties. We tested the extract for activity against Staphylococcus aureus (G+, Yersinia enterocolitica, Escherichia coli, Salmonella typhi, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Klebsiella aerogenes (G-. The extract exhibited activity against the organisms in varying degrees. In the agar diffusion test, Y. enterocolitica showed the highest zone of inhibition (18 mm at the highest concentration of extract tested (20 mg/mL while E. coli, S. aureus, S. typhi, P. aeruginosa and K. aerogenes showed zones of inhibition of 17, 16, 15, 14 and 16 mm respectively. At extract concentration of 2.5 mg/mL, Y. enterocolitica and P. aeruginosa did not show any zones of inhibition while E.coli, S. aureus, S. typhi, and K. aerogenes showed zones of inhibition of 7, 6, 6 and 7 mm respectively. Below extract concentration of 2.5 mg/mL, there was no zone of inhibition observed with any organism. The MIC of the extract against the organisms was 5 mg/mL except on S. aureus where the MIC was 2.5 mg/mL. The MBC of the extract was 10 mg/mL against Y. enterocolitica, S. typhi, P. aeruginosa and K. aerogenes, 5 mg/mL against E. coli and S. aureus. Preliminary phytochemical testing revealed the presence of tannins, steroids, flavonoids and cardiac glycosides while saponins, alkaloids and anthraquinones were not present. The result gives scientific backing to the use of the leaves by the local people in the treatment of conditions usually associated with the organisms tested.

  2. Risk perception of hepatitis B infection and uptake of hepatitis B vaccine among students of tertiary institution in Jos.

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    Chingle, M P; Osagie, I A; Adams, H; Gwomson, D; Emeribe, N; Zoakah, A I

    2017-01-01

    Hepatitis B virus (HBV) Infection is endemic in Nigeria. Healthcare students are more vulnerable because of direct contact with patients' body fluids and blood. Risk perception of HBV and HB vaccine uptake are also poor. The aim of this study was to assess the level of risk perception of hepatitis B infection, and uptake of the HBV vaccine, between medical and other students of the University of Jos. A comparative cross sectional study was conducted among 1,200 students of the departments of Medicine, Nursing sciences and Public Administration, University of Jos (400 from each arm) using a pretested self-administered questionnaire. A five point Likert scoring system was used to assess risk perception. Data was analyzed using SPSS version 20. A P -value of students. Awareness was similar among medical and nursing students (36.2% and 36.0% respectively) but lower among public administration student (27.8%), Pperception was 76.8%. This was also similar for medical and nursing students (40.7% and 40.1% respectively), but lower for public administration students (9.1%), Pperception is 5x higher among medical students compared to public administration students (OR = 5.22, 95% CI = 2.19 - 12.93; P students respectively. Medical students are 4x more likely to go for HB vaccination compared with public administration students (OR=3.62; 95% CI=2.39 - 5.48; Pperception on HBV infection are high among University of Jos students, but uptake of HB vaccine is low. Findings are worst for non-health students.

  3. Patients′ perception of the quality of malaria treatment in primary health care centers of Jos and Environs

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    N S Jimam

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    Full Text Available Background: Though the fight against malaria continued to be on the increased, the disease still remains a major public health problem in many developing countries, especially in the rural areas. The extent of drug use and its effect is affected among other things by the pattern in which these drugs are prescribed by the health workers. Patients′ assessment of the quality of care depends on their ability to judge whether health care providers are adhering to the defined standard of care, hence it is necessary to assess the views of patients regarding the quality of care they received from the primary health care (PHC centers. Aim: This study aimed at evaluating consumer′s perception of the quality of malaria treatment in PHC centers of Jos and environs. Materials and Methods: Nine PHC centers were selected by multi-stage random sampling, five from Jos North and four from Jos South Local Government Areas of Plateau State. Patients of both sexes within the age range of 18 years and above who visited the PHC centers for malaria treatment were considered eligible to participate in the survey, provided that they were able to understand and respond to the interview questions. A semi-structured interviewer questionnaire which was adapted from previous health survey studies was administered to all the 249 eligible participants. The data collected were analyzed using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS version 20.0 software programmer. Results: The result showed that there were no consistently significant differences (P > 0.05 regarding patient satisfaction between male and female patients across selected items in the various domains, that is, irrespective of respondents′ sex, their perception of the quality of health services rendered by PHCs was similar. Conclusion: It was therefore concluded that there was similar satisfaction level between the male and the female, though some key health services were not readily available in the

  4. La obra psicológica de José Sanchís Banús, (1839-1932)

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    Pérez Salmón, Concepción

    2011-01-01

    Se presenta una aproximación a la obra psicológica del psiquiatra valenciano José Sanchís Banús, que desarrolló su trayectoria profesional en Madrid, de 1916 a 1932. Miembro destacado de la Escuela de Madrid, que aglutinaba a una serie de psiquiatras que representaban la vanguardia científica de su generación, su nombre es referente constante como uno de los principales difusores y defensores de las ideas de Freud en la década de los veinte del pasado siglo. Sin embargo, su obra no ha sido ob...

  5. José María Vargas (1786-1854): Reformer of anatomical studies in Venezuela.

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    Reverón, Rafael Romero

    2014-03-01

    José María Vargas (1786-1854): Venezuelan medical doctor, surgeon, optician, anatomist, chemist, botanist, professor, geologist, mineralogist, and mathematician. Second President of Venezuela (1835-1836), First republican dean, he reformed medicine studies in 1827 establishing human anatomical dissection in the Universidad Central de Venezuela where he taught human anatomy between 1827 and 1853 along with surgery and chemistry. In 1838, he wrote Curso de Lecciones y demostraciones Anatómicas, the first book on the subject printed in Venezuela for the teaching of human anatomy. Copyright © 2013 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

  6. José Teruel, Los años norteamericanos de Luis Cernuda: una singular propuesta de lectura

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    Dana Guisasola

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available La presente reseña se aboca al reciente libro de José Teruel, Los años norteamericanos de Luis Cernuda. El crítico revisa un abundante material bibliográfico y da cuenta de  los pormenores de la vida y obra del poeta español entre 1947 -año en el que el poeta llega a Nueva Inglaterra- y 1963, año de su muerte. El libro ha sido galardonado con el Premio de Investigación Literaria Gerardo Diego en 2013.

  7. Prevalencia de disfunción sexual femenina y factores asociados, Hospital José Carrasco Arteaga

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    Matute Ortega, Viviana Soledad

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    Antecedentes: La disfunción sexual femenina (DSF) incluye múltiples desórdenes frecuentes presentes en una de cada tres mujeres, razón por la que es necesario el conocimiento de la fisiología de la respuesta sexual femenina y sus alteraciones. Objetivo: Determinar la prevalencia de disfunción sexual femenina y los factores asociados. Metodología: Estudio transversal en 303 pacientes que fueron entrevistadas en las dependencias del servicio de Ginecología del Hospital José Carrasco A...

  8. José Rosa y La guaracha del Macho Camacho de Luis Rafael Sánchez: texto, iconotexto y palimpsesto

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    Rita De Maeseneer; Carmen A. Pont

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    La edición de Cátedra de La guaracha del Macho Camacho (2000) de Luis R. Sánchez lleva en su portada una reproducción incompleta de un llamativo cartel del artista puertorriqueño José Rosa. Esta obra, un iconotexto que estudiamos y reproducimos íntegramente, incorpora una rica serie de citas –falsas y verdaderas– de La guaracha. Proponemos un recorrido interpretativo de la configuración visual y textual de esta imagen, creada con otro fin que el de servir de pórtico a la novela. Con ella Rosa...

  9. El cristal se venga. Textos, artículos e iluminaciones de José Luis Brea.

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    Jaua, María Virginia; Pérez, Luis Francisco

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    Conferencias y debate posterior con María Virginia Jaua y Luis Francisco Pérez. La sesión estuvo organizada en función de sendas intervenciones de los dos invitados que fueron estableciendo una alternacia discursiva alrededor del contenido, el sentido y la gran significancia y repercusión de la obra del teórico José Luis Brea, incluyendo la proyección de un ensayo audiovisual acerca de su obra. María Virginia Jaua es editora, escritora, crítica y traductora. Actualmente vive entre la Ciudad d...

  10. José Donoso: el escritor chileno en el laberinto de sus papeles íntimos (Crítica)

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    Boero Vargas, Mario

    2011-01-01

    En este artículo se pasa revista a cierto desarrollo de la vida interna que tuvo José Donoso, gracias a manuscritos íntimos publicados y estudiados por su hija Pilar en el libro titulado Correr el tupido velo. Se ofrecen a las consideraciones de la crítica literaria perspectivas originales para entender el proceso creativo del autor de El obsceno pájaro de la noche, así como las tomas de posturas sentimentales de Donoso en relación con su esposa, sus opiniones en secreto respecto a la adopció...

  11. "Et jos ois joskus joku kysyny, et miten mä jaksan" : KOKEMUKSIA MIELENTERVEYSOMAISEN ROOLISTA JA LEIMAUTUMISESTA

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    Rautamies, Ella; Vanhakylä, Suvi

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    TIIVISTELMÄ Rautamies, Ella & Vanhakylä Suvi. ”Et jos ois joskus joku kysyny, et miten mä jaksan.” Kokemuksia mielenterveysomaisen roolista ja leimautumisesta. Hel-sinki, kevät 2017, 48 s., 4 liitettä. Diakonia-ammattikorkeakoulu, sosiaalialan koulutusohjelma, sosionomi (AMK) + kirkon nuorisotyönohjaajan virkakelpoisuus. Opinnäytetyön tarkoituksena oli selvittää, millaisia kokemuksia mielenterveys-omaisilla on roolistaan ja leimautumisesta. Opinnäytteemme tavoitteena on tuoda e...

  12. Levantamento de Meloidogyne exigua na cultura da seringueira em São José do Rio Claro, MT, Brasil

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    Bernardo Eduardo Roberto de Almeida

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    Full Text Available Este trabalho foi realizado com o objetivo de efetuar um levantamento da ocorrência de Meloidogyne exigua em seringueira em São José do Rio Claro, MT. Foram amostradas 191 propriedades agrícolas, totalizando cerca de 18.000ha. Os nematóides foram identificados no Laboratório de Nematologia do Departamento de Fitossanidade da FCAV/UNESP, em Jaboticabal, SP. Foram encontrados níveis populacionais de M. exigua entre 0 e 61.824 juvenis/5g de raízes.

  13. José da Silva Lisboa, José Bonifácio e Martim Francisco: discussões sobre educação no Império do Brasil

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    DALVIT GREINER DE PAULA

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    Full Text Available El propósito del artículo es poner de relieve elementos del debate sobre la educación brasileña a comienzos del Imperio de Brasil (1822-1827, identificando los principios y valores del Liberalismo aplicados a la educación pública. Para ello, analizamos el pensamiento de Silva Lisboa y de los hermanos Martim Francisco y José Bonifácio. Utilizamos periódicos, folletos y Procedimientos Constitucionales de 1823, Memórias de Martim Francisco , permeando las obras Constituição Moral e Deveres do Cidadão, de Silva Lisboa, y Projetos para o Brasil , de José Bonifácio. Para la interpretación de datos, nos inspiramos en la Historia Cultural como sugiere Roger Chartier. De este modo, observamos los conceptos apreciados por el Liberalismo, la libertad y la felicidad, así como la necesidad de un sistema educativo que movilizase al Estado en la construcción e instrucción de la nación. Así, a pesar de los diferentes puntos de vista, ambos terminaron por ver la necesidad de la educación para la nueva nación.

  14. Caracterización comparativa de residuos sólidos entre los Distritos de José Domingo Choquehuanca y San Gabán

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    Condori Calla, David Heraclio

    2011-01-01

    El trabajo se desarrolló en los distritos de José Domingo Choquehuanca y San Gabán con el objetivo de comparar los resultados obtenidos en el estudio de caracterización de residuos en relación al comportamiento socioeconómico entre ambos distritos. El tamaño de muestra para el estudio de caracterización en el distrito de José Domingo Choquehuanca fue de 56 viviendas y del distrito de San Gabán de 51 viviendas. El trabajo se desarrolló durante los meses de Noviembre del 2009 a Agosto del 2010,...

  15. Clamor de la Razón; Iconomía, Hiperbarroco y Transhistorias en la Obra de José Alejandro Restrepo

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    Romero Barragán, Rocío

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    [spa] La obra del colombiano José Alejandro Restrepo es monumental. No solo por la hondura y complejidad de los problemas estéticos, históricos y artísticos que aborda, sino porque su actividad creadora es incansable, constante y llena de sorpresivos encuentros con lo real y con lo absurdo de lo real. La investigación parte de los inicios en el arte de Restrepo, indagando en las razones por las que ha llegado al escenario de la producción artística y cultural. José Alejandro Restrepo nació e...

  16. Prevalência de ametropias e oftalmopatias no quilombo São José da Serra - Valença - RJ

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    Couto Jr., Abelardo Souza; Oliveira, Daniel Almeida de; Cardoso, Ioury Alcidia Guimarães; Amaral, Joana Mello; Medrado, Marcelo de Oliveira; Gobetti, Thiago Capilla; Rios, Artur Guedes; Calafiori, Ícaro Guilherme Donadi Ferreira; Queiroz, Phellipe Proence Pereira de; Amorim, Sandro Pereira Vasconcelos; Marques, André Rocha Costa; Portes, Arlindo José Freire

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    OBJETIVO: Determinar a prevalência das ametropias e oftalmopatias na população do Quilombo São José da Serra - Valença - RJ. MÉTODOS: Foram examinados 92 indivíduos de uma população de 102 pessoas da comunidade Quilombola em São José da Serra. Todos foram submetidos à avaliação oftalmológica completa, incluindo anamnese, ectoscopia ocular, medida da acuidade visual, teste de estereopsia, reflexo vermelho, cobertura monocular, Hirschberg, refração objetiva, subjetiva, biomicroscopia, tonometri...

  17. Juan José Saer’s La grande: another turn, the last, spiral one

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    Adriana Mancini

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Juan José Saer (1937–2005 was born in the province of Santa Fe, located in the river coastal region of Argentina, and lived there until 1968. He then moved to Paris until his death, where he also wrote most of his works. His literary project is based on a region – the zone – which represents simultaneously geography and existence: it has a real point of reference, a portion of the Santa Fe riverside area of the Paraná river, and also it is a condition for the opportunity for a conversation between friends; a debate over the representational possibilities of language, the relationship between literature and reality, the twists and turns of philosophy. The characters, native to that region, appear throughout his work; they grow old along with their maker. Each novel completes fictional configurations, progresses both in its conflicts and in those of the group they make up. Their Leitmotiven are remembrance, memory, perception and representation of time in several manifestations. La grande, a posthumous novel, is considered a compendium of Saer’s works. It is composed of seven chapters named after the days of the week, from Tuesday to Monday. The last chapter, Monday, which Saer may have conceived as a coda, consists of a single line. His death does away with time bringing an end to his literary project. This paper comprises an analysis of temporal representation in the novel: the aging of the characters in the saga; the construction of space-time coordinates for narrative development, the formal means used for its representation, the embedding of the historical time through references to Argentina’s last dictatorship, and the functionality of the reference to the days of the week for identifying the respective chapters, both in the context of the novel and the author’s work as a whole.

  18. Assessment of radiological hazards of tin mining and ore processing in Jos, Nigeria

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    On the Jos Plateau were found uncontrolled tailing heaps generated from Tin Mining Activities. To assess the associated radiological hazards, an abandoned tailing dump ground was investigated with the residents as the critical population. The mean activity concentrations of 4 0K , 226 Ra and 232 Th in the 60 analyzed soil samples were 1251.7±478.4, 3867.5±1282.7 and 8301.9±2862.6 Bqkg -1 , respectively with a mean computed dose rate of 7.2±1.6 μGyh -1 . An annual mean outdoor effective dose of 8.9±0.9mSvy -1 was estimated. Also the activity concentrations of 40 K, 226 Ra and 232 Th in the 60 control soil samples were 447.0±68.0, 37.4±7.4 and 115.4±16.7 Bqkg -1 , respectively with a mean dose rate of 0.11±0.01 μGyh -1 . To account for the internal exposure, vegetables and root crops commonly grown and consumed in the area were assayed. Six varieties of vegetables and five varieties of root crops were analyzed. An internal annual mean effective dose of 148.98±8.14μSvy -1 was estimated. The verification of dose limit compliance for members of the public demands that: External Dose/Dose Limit + Intake (ingested)/ALI (ingestion) + Intake (inhaled)/ALI (inhalation) ≤ 1. Based on obtained data above, there is non-compliance with the dose limit, since the first term of the compliance formula is much greater than unity. There is therefore a need for an intervention to prevent radiation over exposure of the members of the public. The calculated cancer mortality risk for external and internal exposure scenarios for 226 Ra and 232 Th were (1.67±0.33) x 10 -6 (0.00017%) and (3.41±0.14) x 10 -6 (0.00034%), respectively. The 226 Ra radionuclide contributed about 96.09% of the risk in the external scenario with only 3.09% from the 232 Th while in the internal, the 226 Ra contributed only 70.38%. The combined external and internal (ingestion) risk is (5.08±0.36) x 10 -6 /year. (author)

  19. Algo mas sobre la enfermedad y muerte de José Eustasio Rivera

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    Humberto Roselli Quijano

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    José Eustasio Rivera nació en Neiva el 19 de febrero de 1888. Cursó la primaria en el Colegio de Santa Librada en su ciudad natal y el bachillerato en la Escuela Normal de Bogotá.
    Posteriormente estudió derecho en la Universidad Nacional y se graduó de abogado en 1917. En 1921 publicó "Tierra de Promisión", su admirable libro de sonetos y al año siguiente fue designado Secretario
    de la Comisión de Limites con Venezuela; en 1924 publicó La Vorágine y en 1928 fue nombrado delegado de la Conferencia Internacional de Emigración de la Habana. Se trasladó enseguida a Nueva York en donde transcurrieron los últimos meses de su vida, habiendo fallecido el 1 de diciembre de 1928, a las 12:50, a los 40 años y 9 meses de su edad.

    Rivera, por su profesión de abogado, atendía cuantiosos pleitos en los Llanos de Casanare, por lo cual permanecía largas temporadas en Sogamaso, puerta de entrada a Los Llanos, alojándose en la pensión de doña Adriana Camargo de Albarracín o en la quinta de su amigo Lisandro Durán que quedaba en las estribaciones que cierran el valle hacia el noroeste. Con el señor Durán compartían fraternalmente la afición por la cinegética, a la que ambos rendían culto en los cerros que rodean la laguna de Tota.
    Es sabido que Rivera padeció en varias ocasiones crisis de delirio agudo febril con convulsiones en una de las cuales falleció en Nueva York. Otra le había sobrevenido en 1918 en Orocué; luego se le repitió en Sogamaso en 1920 en que fue atendido por el Dr. Julio Sandoval, distinguido médico de la localidad. La crisis se repitió con características de gravedad en Purificación, Tolima, en marzo de 1921...

  20. De alimento a poesía: la identidad cubana en Paradiso de José Lezama Lima

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    Full Text Available Partiendo de los estudios sobre lo cubano en Paradiso de José Lezama Lima, este trabajo busca contribuir al análisis de la transculturación a través del paisaje y la comida como imágenes que fundan la identidad cubana en la novela. Igualmente, se busca establecer la relación entre comida y poesía a partir del proceso de preparación, transformación y presentación que experimentan alimento y palabra. El trabajo está dividido en tres secciones: el producto vegetal primario, la elaboración de los alimentos y, finalmente, su presentación en los banquetes gastronómicos.Starting from works related to Cuban identity in Paradiso from José Lezama Lima, this paper will contribute to the study of the concept of transculturation by means of landscape and food that are presented as images used to build the Cuban identity in the novel. The paper will also establish a relationship between food and poetry based on the preparation, transformation and presentation of both, ingredients and words. The paper is divided in three sections: the primary vegetal products, food elaboration and food presentations through gastronomic banquets.

  1. Air pollutants and hospital admissions due to cardiovascular diseases in São José do Rio Preto, Brazil.

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    This study aimed to estimate the effects of environmental pollutants on the increase of hospitalizations due to cardiovascular diseases. This was an ecological study conducted in the city of São José do Rio Preto, São Paulo, Brazil, with data from hospital admissions with diagnoses in the categories of I-00 to I-99, from October, 1, 2011, to September 30, 2012. Fineparticulate matter (PM2,5), ozone, carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxide and nitrogen dioxide were the pollutants studied; they were estimated by CATT-BRAMs model. The use of an additive Poisson regression model showed association between exposure to PM2,5 and hospital admission due to cardiovascular diseases. In the fifth day after exposure to this pollutant (lag 5), the relative risk for hospitalization due to cardiovascular diseases increased 15 percent in according to 10 µg/m3 increase on PM2,5 concentrations. There were 650 avoidable hospital admissions and an excess of R$ 1.9 million in hospital expenses. Thus, it was possible to identify the association between exposure to PM2,5 and hospital admission due cardiovascular diseases in medium-sized cities, like São José do Rio Preto.

  2. Vergel de perfectísimas flores. Las dominicas valencianas de Carcaixent según fray José Agramunt

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    Full Text Available El presente trabajo pretende rescatar del olvido una de los conventos dominicanos más desconocidos del ámbito valenciano. En concreto, el de Corpus Christi de la localidad de Carcaixent, en la ribera del rio Xúquer. Fundación tardobarroca ésta, erigida en 1654, objeto ya en el siglo XVIII del interés histórico de uno de sus primeros confesores. Hablamos de fray José Agramunt, autor del inédito Parayso de Dios. Idea del religiosíssimo monasterio de señoras dominicas de la real villa de Carcaxente, analizado en las siguientes páginas en el marco de la vida y producción literaria del citado religioso. In this present work, we aim to recover one of the forgotten dominican convents from Valencia. More specifically, the convent of the Corpus Christi located in Carcaixent, on the banks of the River Xúquer. This late Baroque convent was built in 1654. By the eighteenth century, one of his confessors had already made clear its historical interest. We are referring to fray José Agramunt, the author of the unpublished work, Parayso de Dios: Idea del Religiosíssimo Monasterio de Señoras Dominicas de la Real Villa de Carcaxente, analysis in the following pages the life and literal works of the aforementioned religious.

  3. The Politics of Security Deployment of Security Operatives to Jos Metropolis, Plateau State, Nigeria 2001-2014

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    Full Text Available The paper examines the politics of security deployment by the Federal Government of Nigeria to Jos, metropolis. A cross-sectional study was conducted and Public Opinion Theory adopted. Methodologically, mixed methods of data collection were conducted that involved the administration of 377 questionnaires to adult respondents, six In-Depth Interviews with religious and community leaders while three Key Informant Interviews with security personnel working with Special Task Force. The survey reveals that, the deployment of Mobile Police from 2001-2010 and the formation of Special Task Force in 2010 has generated mixed reactions and divergent perceptions among the residents of Jos metropolis. Majority of the ethnic groups that are predominantly Christians were more contented with the deployment of the Mobile Police whereas ethnic groups that are dominantly Muslims questioned the neutrality, capability, performance and strength of the Nigerian Police Force in managing the crises. The study recommends that, security personnel should display high degree of neutrality in order to earn the confidence of the residents and change their perceptions.

  4. Las historias que narra el Palacio San José. Una aproximación al mensaje del museo

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    Full Text Available El presente trabajo presenta al Palacio San José, Monumento Histórico Nacional y sede del Museo Urquiza. El objetivo es analizar los diferentes componentes que intervienen en la conformación del mensaje que esta institución brinda a la comunidad, en su doble condición de monumento y museo, incorporando las demandas que la sociedad actual y la práctica de la museología plantean a nuestras instituciones en un contexto democrático y participativo. En este marco se describe el Programa Museo Siglo XXI, a partir del cual se modificó la estructura de los equipos de trabajo y se elaboró un nuevo guión y se actualizó la exhibición.   We present here the San José Palace, a National Historic Landmark and home to the Museum Urquiza. The aim of this paper is, first, to analyze the different components involved in shaping the message that this institution provides to the community, in its dual capacity as monument and museum, taking into account the demands which today's society and the practice of museology pose to our institutions in a democratic and participative context. This framework describes the program ‘Museum XXI Century’, based on which the structure of the teams were modified, a script was written and an exhibition was mounted.

  5. José de Nebra, la devoción y la Santa Capilla de la Virgen del Pilar

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    Full Text Available Many autograph sources of the music composed by José de Nebra –organist and vice-master of the Royal Chapel, and simultaneously composer for the public theatres in Madrid–, as well as some facts of his life, reveal a highly religious personality. In fact Nebra –in some way and through various actions– contributes to the historical construction of one of the most notable Hispanic religious symbols: the cult devoted to the Virgin of El Pilar.Las fuentes musicales autógrafas de José de Nebra, organista y vicemaestro de la Real Capilla de Madrid, y simultáneamente compositor para los teatros públicos, así como algunos hechos de su vida, ponen de manifiesto una personalidad extremadamente religiosa. De hecho, Nebra en cierta manera contribuye, a través de diversas acciones, a la construcción histórica de uno de los mayores símbolos religiosos hispánicos: el culto a la Virgen del Pilar.

  6. Juan José Heydeck, un alemán en la corte de Carlos IV: experimentos contra la viruela

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    Full Text Available First years of the XIX century, Juan José Heydeck proposes the realization of the experiments with the pus of the goats instead of the pus of the cows, for combat the smallpox. This experiments require more childrens, where to be verified them. In Spain, the pus of the goats will be the one alternative to the pus of the cows. In this country is dificult fall in with the pus of the cows. This iniciative haven´t the hope results.

    En los primeros años del siglo XIX, Juan José Heydeck propone la realización de unos experimentos con el pus de cabras en lugar del pus de vacas, para luchar contra las viruelas naturales. Estos experimentos requerían un número indeterminado de niños donde verificarlos. En España, el pus de cabras sería una alternativa al pus de vaca. En estos territorios era difícil encontrar el pus de vacas. Esta iniciativa del pus hircino no tuvo el éxito esperado.

  7. José aguilar: "curso de filosofía dictado en lima: iii. presentación y defensa de nuestra conclusión".

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    2010-01-01

    Tercera subsección del Cursus philosophicus dictatus Limae de José de Aguilar (Sevilla, 1701), en donde el autor defiende su posición sobre la naturaleza de la probabilidad. Traducción de Walter Redmond.

  8. Cecilia Eudave, Alberto Ortiz y José Carlos Rovira (eds., Personajes históricos y controversias en la narrativa mexicana contemporánea

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    Clara María Avilés

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Reseña bibliográfica del libro de Cecilia Eudave, Alberto Ortiz y José Carlos Rovira (eds., Personajes históricos y controversias en la narrativa mexicana contemporánea, Alicante, Publicaciones de la Universidad de Alicante, 2014, 317 pp.

  9. José Carlos Mariategui: la recuperación de la comunidad en los Siete ensayos de interpretación de la realidad peruana

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    La obra de José Carlos Mariátegui, especialmente sus Siete ensayos de interpretación de la realidad peruana, es un testimonio fundamental en la interpretación del imaginario político peruano, no solamente por la forma como en ella se muestran los problema

  10. Una poesía de la presencia. José Herrera Petere en el surrealismo, la guerra y el destierro

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    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Mario Martín Gijón. Una poesía de la presencia. José Herrera Petere en el surrealismo, la guerra y el destierro, Pre-Textos, Fundación Gerardo Diego, Valencia, 2009, 325 págs. ISBN. 978-84-8191-989-9

  11. La deconstrucción poética de las vanguardias abstractas en la pintura de José María Sicilia (1985-1987

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    Kristian Leahy Brajnovic

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo estudia la obra de José María Sicilia de los años 1985 a 1987. A partir de la investigación sobre los cambios que se producen en el arte posmoderno, y dando las razones teóricas y los precedentes que primero deconstruyeron los estilos antagónicos de los diferentes movimientos de la modernidad, analizaremos la pintura abstracta redefinida de José María Sicilia y la deconstrucción poética de las vanguardias abstractas en su obra.This article is a study of the painting of José María Sicilia from 1985 to 1987. On the basis of research made into the changes which came about in postmodern art, and enumerating the theoretical reasons and precedents of the early deconstruction of the various modern movements, we analyze the redefined abstract painting of José María Sicilia as well as the poetic deconstruction of the abstract avant-gardisms in his work.

  12. José Fernando Calderero Hernández, Educar no es domesticar. Educando desde la libertad, en libertad y para la libertad

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    2015-01-01

    Reseña del libro " Educar no es domesticar. Educando desde la libertad, en libertad y para la libertad" de José Fernando Calderero Hernández, por Blanca Arteaga. Editorial Sekotia, Madrid, 2014, 286 págs.

  13. Una nueva fuente histórica. El archivo José María Uribe Uribe 1838-1921

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    Andrea Velásquez Ochoa

    2011-05-01

    Full Text Available En esta reseña trabajo de grado se describe la importancia de los procesos de organización y valoración de una nueva fuente documental: el Archivo José María Uribe Uribe 1838-1921 ubicado en la Sala de patrimonio documental de la Universidad EAFIT. A través de estas líneas se muestra la importancia del trabajo del historiador en la organización y valoración de archivos comerciales, valiosos para la historia económica, empresarial y social de Antioquia. También se profundiza en el contexto histórico en el cual surgieron los documentos que componen el archivo, es decir, el comercio, los comerciantes y las casas comerciales en Antioquia desde mediados del siglo XIX hasta 1920. Finalmente se presenta una descripción, a través del análisis de la correspondencia epistolar y de los libros de cuentas del Archivo José María Uribe Uribe 1838-1921, no sólo la historia familiar de los comerciantes rionegreros José María Uribe Uribe, Pedro y Estanislao Uribe Ruiz, sino también la historia de las casas comerciales José María Uribe e Hijos (1852-1894 y Uribe Ruiz Hermanos (1894-1916 que funcionaron en Rionegro, Manizales y Medellín.

  14. El Académico Honorario José I. Barraquer Moner (1916-1998

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    1998-06-01

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    Hondo vacío configura para la Academia Nacional de Medicina la ausencia definitiva del Académico Honorario José I. Barraquer M., fallecido súbitamente el 13 de Febrero de 1998.

    Pues él representaba no sólo una de las figuras más prestigiosas de la Oftalmología mundial, sino uno de los Académicos más asiduos en su asistencia y en su preocupación constante por los destinos de nuestra corporación, a la que dedicó gran parte de su intensa vida profesional.

    Nacido en Barcelona dentro una familia que ha aportado valiosos oftalmólogos y neurólogos a la ciencia mundial, el Profesor Barraquer -como todo el mundo lo denominaba en Colombia y en el extranjero- llega a Colombia en 1953 y lucha, en sus primeros 10 años, por hacerse a un prestigio nacional como oftalmólogo de primera línea.

    Se vincula desde muy temprano a la Clínica de MarIy donde adquiere una duradera y profunda amistad con el profesor Gonzalo Esguerra Gómez: a través de éste nacerán sus estrechos vínculos con la Academia, a donde ingresa como Miembro Correspondiente en 1970. Diez años después será designado como Miembro Honorario. En 1965 funda el Instituto Barraquer de América y poco después, en 1968, inaugura la Clínica Barraquer, instituto de servicio e investigación, pionera de las instituciones de su género en nuestro continente, que celebra hoy 30 años de labor ininterrumpida.

    Creador de una veintena de técnicas quirúrgicas originales e inventor de 45 instrumentos oftalmológicos, autor de casi trescientos libros y artículos, paseó su prestigio científico por todo al mundo, enorgulleciéndose de su colombianidad y haciendo relumbrar al país que lo había acogido como uno de sus hijos. Fue, además, un bastión de la ética y el rigor investigativo, que defendía con su voz discreta pero autorizada en cualquier ocasión.

    La Academia, a cuyas sesiones asistía regularmente cuando sus compromisos nacionales o

  15. Aporías de la mirada: Tapiz del ciego de José Lezama Lima

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    Full Text Available El breve poemario Aventuras Sigilosas (19451  ha sido señalado tempranamente por la crítica como un punto de inflexión importante en el desarrollo de la obra poética de José Lezama Lima, en la medida en que en aquél parece abandonarse el prurito esteticis- ta de su obra primera a favor de una más explícita concepción de la poesía como herramienta  de  conocimiento  trascendente  (Fernández,  1954.  Poemario  singular,  además, porque los once textos que lo componen trazan una secuencia temática común, definida en una suerte de prólogo antepuesto entre paréntesis por el autor y que narra el devenir de un personaje innominado desde que huye de la aldea materna «para hacer letras armadas» (Lezama, 1999: 91 hasta una oprobiosa agonía. Cada uno de los poemas del libro remite, por lo tanto, a alguno de los eventos o personajes de este recorrido, de modo que la obra adquiere un cariz narrativo que fuerza una interpretación de conjunto. Con todo, aquella debe decidirse por alguna de las múltiples orientaciones que la obra prodiga respec- to de cuál sería la experiencia dominante que determina la totalidad del recorrido, tarea nada sencilla en tanto la sobreabundancia figurativa del lenguaje que –como es sabido– ca- racteriza el discurso lezamiano, ofrece al intérprete una constelación de significados, evocaciones e indicios de toda índole que pueden hacer de pivote para múltiples lecturas. Esta dificultad señala, sin embargo, la posibilidad de una brecha en la aparente clausura hermenéutica impuesta por la secuencia descrita en el prólogo, en tanto si bien los poemas espejean entre sí como estancias diversas de un mismo espacio donde se escenifica el recorrido, cada uno de ellos posee a su vez una textura figurativa distintiva que permite tratarlo como una unidad independiente del conjunto. Como se ha dicho (Prieto, 1991, esta tensión entre texto singular y contexto global de la obra se proyecta sobre la

  16. Verdade e ficção nos «Diarios» de José María Arguedas

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    Full Text Available Resumo: Após escrever El zorro de arriba y el zorro d abajo, José María Arguedas, escritor e antropólogo peruano, tentou se suicidar em sua sala na Universidad Agrária de la Molina, em Lima, 1969, como havia anunciado nas páginas que acabava de escrever; acabou falecendo três dias depois num hospital. Através da análise dos Diarios, contidos em seu último romance, queremos discutir o papel do diário na (reconstrução da trajetória pessoal do autor e na sua escolha como instrumento de anúncio de sua morte.Palavras-chave: Literatura peruana; José María Arguedas; Diarios; biografia.Resumen: Trás escribir El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo, José María Arguedas, escritor y antropólogo peruano, intentó suicidarse en su despacho en la Universidad Agraria de la Molina, en Lima, 1969, como había anunciado desde las páginas que acababa de escribir; tres dias después falleció en un hospital. A través del análisis de los Diarios presentes en su postrera novela buscamos discutir el papel del diario en la (reconstrucción de la trayectoria personal del autor y en su elección como instrumento de anuncio de su muerte.Palabras-clave: Literatura peruana; José María Arguedas; Diarios; biografía.Keywords: Peruvian literature; José María Arguedas; Diarios; biography.

  17. Esporte, técnica e juventude: notas sobre a antropologia filosófica de José Ortega y Gasset Sport, technique and youth: appointments on José Ortega y Gasset's philosophical anthropology

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    Full Text Available Trata o presente de uma investigação sobre o tema do esporte na obra do filósofo espanhol José Ortega y Gasset, tendo como fontes principais os doze volumes que compõem as Obras Completas do autor. Os resultados, expostos e discutidos a partir de três categorias articuladoras, revelam que o esporte, em articulação com a técnica e a juventude, temas que frequentemente aparecem inscritos no mesmo nexo interpretativo em Ortega, pode ser lido no contexto de sua obra como uma espécie de metáfora significadora do caráter lúdico e não-utilitarista da vida humana, interpretação em conformidade com as grandes questões que delineiam o núcleo central do arcabouço filosófico orteguiano. Conclui-se destacando o pioneirismo das análises de Ortega sobre o nascente processo de expansão do esporte e sua crescente importância social nas primeiras décadas do século XX, assim como a necessidade de se considerar a juventude como problemática filosófica e sociológica.This paper presents results of a research whose aim was to investigate sport by the Spanish Philosopher José Ortega y Gasset. The sources are the twelve volumes of his Complete Writings. The results are exposed by three conceptual keys, and suggest that sport, linked to technique and youth, parts of the same reflection by Ortega, can be understood as a metaphor of the non utilitarian character of human life, an important theme of Ortega's Philosophy. The Avant Gard character of Ortega's Analysis about the Expansion of Sport in the first decades of Twentieth Century is underlined, as well as youth as philosophical and sociological subject.

  18. The good listeners: Joseph Mitchell (U.S., José Hamilton Ribeiro (Brazil and Literary Journalism

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    Monica Martinez

    2011-02-01

    Full Text Available The article discusses the experience of Joseph Mitchell, an American literary journalist who humanized the art of profiles, writing in a personal and emotional style for The New Yorker magazine from 1938 until 1996, and José Hamilton Ribeiro, a Brazilian journalist who used to work for Realidade magazine from 1966 through 1975 and now is a Globo TV special reporter. It also suggests the usability in Journalism of a more profound interview approach as a method to better analyze and comprehend complex realities. The present study aims at a reflection on the role of journalists as readers, writers and producers of meaning in the contemporary world, as well as on the effect of this profound interaction between environment and interviewers on the journalist’s personal and professional life.

  19. The good listeners: Joseph Mitchell (U.S., José Hamilton Ribeiro (Brazil and Literary Journalism

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    Monica Martinez

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    Full Text Available The article discusses the experience of Joseph Mitchell, an American literary journalist who humanized the art of profiles, writing in a personal and emotional style for The New Yorker magazine from 1938 until 1996, and José Hamilton Ribeiro, a Brazilian journalist who used to work for Realidade magazine from 1966 through 1975 and now is a Globo TV special reporter. It also suggests the usability in Journalism of a more profound interview approach as a method to better analyze and comprehend complex realities. The present study aims at a reflection on the role of journalists as readers, writers and producers of meaning in the contemporary world, as well as on the effect of this profound interaction between environment and interviewers on the journalist’s personal and professional life.

  20. Degenerate and simulators: a foucauldian reading of “The Simulation of Madness” by José Ingenieros

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    Full Text Available http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/2175-7984.2017v16n35p217 This article discusses the problem which is the axis of the study that José Ingenieros dedicated to the simulation of madness: the simulating criminals. These are individuals who have committed a crime and that, in order to break free from prison, pretend to have acted without awareness of their actions. By mediating the simulators figure, Ingenieros shows the precise moment that begins, in Argentina psychiatry, the building of that psychiatric-criminological continuum that allows address the most varied legal issues from a medical point of view. From that moment, it will be possible, through the mediation of the theory of degeneration, that an undefined set of behaviors enter in the field of psychiatric observation. For Ingenieros, Criminal Law only could resolve the problem of simulation by integrating that new psychiatric perspective.

  1. The present is fast and endless. Approximation to the work of time in poems by Juan José Saer

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    Daniela Ortiz

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available This work aims to investigate time's images on poems from Juan José Saer. The poems are selected from El arte de narrar (2000, and the volume Poesía (2014 of Borradores Inéditos. As well as its narrative, Saer´s poetry also questioned the traditional perceptions of time. His writings distrust from memory as a means to access to a faithful past; and because of that fallibility, the literature must rely on its own creation, autonomy and obstinacy. At the same time this impossibility of recovering the past generates a certainty: the pure present. It is the “moment of aliveness” which is distinctive of the haiku, the simplicity of its structure makes that the present ceases to be just a moment and acquires the traits of “eternity”. This poetry deconstructs traditional division of time into past, present and future.

  2. Dialéctica de la enfermedad en “Cama 11”, de José Revueltas

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    Jesús Humberto Florencia-Zaldívar

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    Full Text Available Se propone desentrañar la manera en que la narrativa de José Revueltas provee de significación al ‘cuerpo enfermo’ de los personajes que crea este escritor nacido hace 100 años en Durango, México. Con la ayuda de categorías literarias generadas por el propio Revueltas, y observando la ‘pluriperspectiva’ de algunos personajes revueltianos, se construye una feno - menología de la enfermedad que altera la normalidad de los cuerpos y las con - ciencias de los actores en relatos como “El Dios vivo”, “Dormir en tierra” y, particularmente, en “Cama 11”, al igual que en las novelas Los días terrena - les y El apando . Se encuentra, entonces, un proceso dialéctico que trasciende la dicotomía ‘salud-enfermedad’.

  3. José Carlos Mariátegui: el mensaje de Oriente. Aproximaciones al caso de India

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    María Ángela Cifuentes

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    Full Text Available A partir de los escritos de José Carlos Mariátegui sobre Oriente, este artículo aborda el análisis del pensador peruano sobre la importancia de los movimientos independentistas de las colonias orientales de Asia y África posteriores a la Primera Guerra Mundial, y su interés en el caso de India. Se resalta la mirada crítica de Mariátegui respecto a la hegemonía de Occidente y el valor de las luchas por la independencia, vistas como la posibilidad de un cambio de orden político y social y, con ello, del surgimiento de una nueva conciencia.

  4. Pictogramas: propuesta para los colectivos de la Organización de Pioneros José Martí

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    Enoel Columbié -Sánchez

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    Full Text Available Este trabajo va dirigido a la Organización de Pioneros José Martí de los colectivos de Enseñanza Primaria y Secundaria Básica. Se realiza la propuesta de una serie de pictogramas encaminados a identificar a cada miembro jefe del colectivo de pioneros. La propuesta de pictogramas está relacionada con la función de cada miembro jefe de colectivo, donde utilizando los requerimientos del Diseño y de las Artes Plásticas se concibe su estructura formal con formas regulares como el triángulo y el círculo; los colores rojo y negro, que por su significado histórico juegan un papel primordial.

  5. Neurology at Escola Paulista de Medicina (1933-1995). From Fausto Guerner to José Geraldo Camargo Lima.

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    Ferraz, Henrique Ballalai; Neves, Afonso Carlos

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    Escola Paulista de Medicina (EPM) was founded in 1933 and the first Professor of Neurology was Fausto Guerner, who could not effectively assume the teaching activities due to his premature death in 1938. Professor Guerner had had his neurological training at Paris. Professor Longo was his successor. Longo was one of the founders of Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria the foremost journal of neurosciences in Latin American. Longo died in 1967 and Professor Paulo Pupo succeeded him. Pupo introduced electroencephalography in Brazil. After his death in 1970, Professor Dante Giorgi succeeded him until 1974. Professor José Geraldo Camargo Lima took over the position after Giorgi's death. He created the Neurological Emergency unit, initiated the Post-Graduation in Neurology and divided the Discipline in specialized units. During the 1980's and until his retirement in 1995, EPM had become one of most important centers of Brazil training neurologists and researchers in neurological sciences.

  6. Del conocimiento y enseñanza de los indios, según José de Aco

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    Alejandro SANVISENS MARFULL

    2011-07-01

    Full Text Available RESUMEN: Tenemos algún conocimiento del sistema de crianza que algunos pueblos indios americanos tenían y transmitían de generación en generación. Según esto, los modos de enseñanza de los indios americanos, especialmente por lo que se refiere a la juventud, se ponen de manifiesto, si no en toda su extensión, por lo menos en grado suficiente para que podamos pensar y hablar de una pedagogía subyacente en ciertos pueblos de la América precolombina. El jesuita José de Acosta (1539-16001, que vivió en Centroamérica y en América del Sur y conoció directamente los usos y costumbres de los indios americanos, en su valiosa Historia natural y moral de las Indias

  7. Tradução do ser e da verdade em José Marinho e Molière

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    Cristina Marinho

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    Full Text Available Theatre, beyond its original mystery and yet in itself, contains, according to José Marinho’s meditation, the human, intimate drama, the pungent experience of looking for nonrepresentable truth. As a convention representing the world, itself representing other worlds, Theater clarifies, in the same large, baroque Molière’s way, the same debate about truth and lie, Poetry and Philosophy confounded, light and shadow images altogether; Marinho’s liberating criticism converges with classical literary renovated canon as far as both destroy a schematic tradition, hostile towards margins, through lucid, uncertain questions. Marinho evokes a verse from L’Avare, he transforms it, developing freely Reason refusing its’ totalitarianism in order to see what Molière’s lovers can see of life and joy, thanks to their love.

  8. José Régio na Presença: arte viva, modernismo e crítica

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    http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/1984-784X.2013v13n20p58 Este artigo apresenta uma análise das críticas e en­saios assinados por José Régio na revista Pre­sença, publicação influente na primeira metade do século XX em Portugal no que se refere à divul­gação e à crítica de arte e literatura, no­tadamente poesia. A análise volta-se, principalmente, para os valores defendi­dos por Régio no que se refere à crítica e à criação artís­tica, com ênfase para o que ele en­tende por arte viva, arte mo­dern...

  9. Impacto económico del sector cerámico en San José de Cúcuta (Colombia

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    Johanna Milena Mogrovejo Andrade

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    Full Text Available Esta investigación tuvo como finalidad determinar el impacto económico de las empresas del sector cerámico en la ciudad de San José Cúcuta (Colombia en el periodo 2008-2011. Se utilizó como instrumento un cuestionario estructurado aplicado a los empresarios del sector. Igualmente, se efectuaron entrevistas a directivos de organizaciones gremiales. El impacto económico se analizó siguiendo la metodología propuesta por Soto y Bergoeing (1998, Arbeláez y Sandoval (2006 y Molina, Coronado y Rivera (2008. Se concluye que este sector, en el periodo estudiado, presentó gran impacto económico, en particular en lo relativo al nivel de empleo, el aporte en impuestos al municipio, el consumo intermedio y el valor agregado.

  10. That Corporate Social Responsibility in the “José Mercerón Allen” Cement Factory, Santiago de Cuba

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    Full Text Available The objective of this article is to identify the problems that limit Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR in the José Mercerón Allen Cement Factory, Santiago de Cuba, in order to trace the corresponding actions to improve the situation. To achieve the proposed objective, initially the themes of CSR that will be evaluated based on Rule 26000 are selected, the problems that limit it are identified and the corresponding objectives and actions are defined. The research showed that the fundamental problems that limit the social responsibility of the selected factory are: air pollution, sonic pollution, inadequate handling of liquid waste, contribution to the deterioration of the ozone layer, limited dialogue mechanisms to interact with the environment social, limited participation in the cultural development of the surrounding community, the production of the entity compromises the health of the local population.

  11. Atlantic Women in Motion: Ana Miranda’s and José Eduardo Agualusa’s Postcolonial Historical Novel

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    Full Text Available This paper proposes a comparative study of Desmundo (1997 by the Brazilian Ana Miranda and Nação crioula (1997 by the Angolan José Eduardo Agualusa. The analysis focusses on the configuration of the protagonists of both novels. These protagonists transit the Atlantic Ocean which is characterized by symbolic exchanges and intense cultural contact: respectively a marriageable maiden who is compelled to immigrate to Brazil in order to strengthen the Lusitanian presence in the tropics, confirming the body of the white woman also as an instrument of European merchant machine, and a former slave and rich owner who becomes the embodiment of anti-abolitionist struggle in a mixed race Angola, confirming once again the body of the black woman as a slave trade merchandise.

  12. Simão José da Luz Soriano e o liberalismo moderado (1858-1860)

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    Simão José da Luz Soriano (1802-1891) é principalmente conhecido pelos livros que escreveu sobre a guerra civil de 1828-1834 e a implantação do liberalismo em Portugal. As reflexões po­líticas realizadas em 1858 e em 1860 revelam-nos uma outra faceta da sua obra: a crítica apai­xonada dos erros do regime constitucional. Contudo, as suas observações só podem ser enten­didas se forem relacionadas com o liberalismo moderado da segunda metade do século XIX. O presente artigo pretende fazer a anál...

  13. El Jardín Botánico de Bogotá "José Celestino Mutis"

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    Arturo Acero Pizarro

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    Full Text Available Para presentar el Jardín Botánico de Bogotá José Celestino Mutis, conviene primero definir en qué consiste una de tales entidades. Según G. Müller, director del de Leipzig, un jardín botánico debe ser una institución investigativa y formadora de estudiantes, conservadora de la diversidad de la flora e intercambiadora de semillas con otros centros y ser un lugar de estudio y recreo para el público en general. Con esas consideraciones del eminente germano, veamos ahora cuál es la historia de los jardines.

  14. José Eusebio Caro y la mecánica social: el liberalismo de un conservador

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    Una de las opiniones más comúnmente aceptadas en la historiografía colombiana es que en la figura de José Eusebio Caro encontramos el primer acercamiento teórico directo en Colombia a la doctrina positivista de autoría del filósofo francés Augusto Comte. Caro, incluso, ha sido señalado como uno de los primeros exponentes suramericanos de tal pensamiento, en la década de los treinta del siglo XIX. La publicación en 2002 de la Mecánica social de 1836 pareció confirmar la opinión, dado que en es...

  15. Las fronteras del racismo en el teatro crítico de José Moreno Arenas

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    Susana Leticia Báez Ayala

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    Full Text Available La dramaturgia española de José Moreno Arenas, maestro del teatro mínimo e hiper - textual, incorpora uno de los temas señeros en la complejidad de los albores del siglo XXI: el racismo; sus obras: El cuchitril, El deseo, Las olas, El safari y La playa discuten el choque de mentalidades entre las poblaciones migrantes y las receptoras en la Euro - pa actual; destaca el doble papel que los españoles han vivido en el siglo XX, desde una mirada crítica, se cuestiona la falta de memoria del pueblo peninsular en relación con los procesos migratorios que vivieron a lo largo del siglo XX hacia América y el norte de Europa. Los aportes de Michel Foucault así como los de Iuri Lotman permiten analizar las relaciones de poder que establecen los Estados mediante la xenofobia.

  16. Modelos de masculinidad en el cine de la Transición: José Sacristán

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    Natalia Martinez Perez

    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo examina la representación de los modelos de masculinidad en el cine español de la Transición como clave para entender los valores asociados a la identidad del hombre español de la época, y por ende el propio periodo histórico, así como las representaciones contemporáneas del varón en el cine español actual. A través del análisis de los personajes interpretados por el actor José Sacristán en películas comprendidas entre 1977 y 1982, observaremos cómo la imagen del hombre español evoluciona debido a los profundos cambios culturales, políticos y sociales producidos en dicho contexto.

  17. Del conocimiento y enseñanza de los indios, según José de Aco

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    Alejandro SANVISENS MARFULL

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    Full Text Available RESUMEN: Tenemos algún conocimiento del sistema de crianza que algunos pueblos indios americanos tenían y transmitían de generación en generación. Según esto, los modos de enseñanza de los indios americanos, especialmente por lo que se refiere a la juventud, se ponen de manifiesto, si no en toda su extensión, por lo menos en grado suficiente para que podamos pensar y hablar de una pedagogía subyacente en ciertos pueblos de la América precolombina. El jesuita José de Acosta (1539-16001, que vivió en Centroamérica y en América del Sur y conoció directamente los usos y costumbres de los indios americanos, en su valiosa Historia natural y moral de las Indias

  18. Ethnoastronomy in Brazil: the contribution of Charles Frederick Hartt and José Vieira Couto de Magalhães

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    Flavia Pedroza Lima

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available After a brief bibliographical review of Archaeoastronomy and Ethnoastronomy, the paper discusses some works of the late 19th century that contain information on the Ethnoastronomy of Brazilian Indians. These accounts were written by the Canadian naturalist Charles Frederick Hartt (1840-1878 and by the Brazilian polymath José Vieira Couto de Magalhães (1837-1898. Although shaped by the worldviews of their authors and the scientific ethnological theories of that time, they record a small fraction of the indigenous knowledge systems about nature, celestial myths, constellations and calendars. The authors were contemporaries, and corresponded to each other; nevertheless they independently recorded some common knowledge from peoples who spoke a tupi language.

  19. La ficción entre trauma real e imaginario: “Shelter” de José Emilio Pacheco

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    Margherita Cannavacciuolo

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    Full Text Available The study analyzes the short story “Shelter” (1964 by José Emilio Pacheco (México D.F., 1939, published in the volume La sangre de Medusa y otros cuentos marginales (1991. The apocalypse marks the narrative construction of a traumatic imaginary related with dichotomy between real and imaginary trauma. The protagonist’s fear of a Third World War produces a suspension of reality’s principle and the projection of his interiority, leading to a fracture into the story between the level of imagination and the real experience. The texts reflects the configuration of a discourse where trauma plays as the significant in the organization of subjectivity and fiction.

  20. "Nuestra América": José Martí ante la Razón Moderna

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    Este artículo es un acercamiento al difícil y singular diálogo con el pensamiento moderno y sus procedimientos del escritor, pensador y político cubano José Martí. La tesis es que el ideario de Martí expresó los intereses y la perspectiva de los pueblos de Hispanoamérica, a la que llamó Nuestra América, por oposición, según escribió ¿a la otra América, que no es nuestra¿. Plenamente consciente de que la identidad de la región se sustentaba en una cultura nueva, mestiza de lo aborigen y lo esp...

  1. El americanismo como elemento clave en la poesía de José Martí

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    I Congresso Internacional América Latina e Interculturalidade: América Latina e Caribe: cenários linguístico-culturais contemporâneos, 07, 08 e 09 de novembro de 2013 - UNILA Este artículo aborda la noción de americanismo en la obra del poeta cubano José Martí, partiendo de un breve análisis de su obra poética. La poesía de Martí, además de una determinada práctica estética, puede también ser entendida como un acto social. En ella puede ser leída una noción de vínculo entre los pa...

  2. O governo José Sarney, as canções do rock nacional e a revista Chiclete com Banana

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    Rodrigo Otávio dos Santos

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    Full Text Available O primeiro presidente da chamada Nova República foi José Sarney. Este artigo tenta contemplar as críticas a este governo feitas pelos jovens artistas que estavam despontando com seus trabalhos no período. Para tanto, destacamos o cartunista Angeli, que naquele momento lançava sua revista Chiclete com Banana e os artistas do chamado rock brasileiro dos anos 1980, principal movimento juvenil do Brasil naqueles anos. O trabalho, então, passa pelos principais momentos do primeiro governo pós-ditadura visto pelos olhos críticos dos principais representantes da juventude, buscando articular o cotidiano vivido pelo povo brasileiro com a verve cômica e ácida do trabalho do quadrinista e dos roqueiros.

  3. José Veríssimo: pensamento social e etnografia da Amazônia (1877/1915

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    Bezerra Neto José Maia

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    Full Text Available This essay offers a preliminary outline of the main aspects of Pará intellectual José Veríssimo?s theses in the field of ethnography and social thought as addressed to the Amazon society in the latter decades of the nineteenth century and first fifteen years of the twentieth, under the influence of naturalism, evolutionism, and positivism. An analysis is offered of works and texts by Veríssimo that are characterized by their distinctly ethnographic content, based on their connections to the paradigms posited by the ?men of science? belonging to the famous Generation of the Seventies. The essay is particularly concerned with perceiving how Veríssimo saw the question of miscegenation as key to understanding reality in the Amazon.

  4. La recepción de la obra de José María Arguedas: reflexiones preliminares

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    Carlos García-Bedoya Maguiña

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    Full Text Available José María Arguedas es no sólo un autor clave del canon literario peruano, sino también una figura emblemática de la cultura nacional. El marco simbólico de la conmemoración de los cien años de su nacimiento resulta sin duda oportuno para intentar reflexionar sobre la recepción de su obra. Los estudios de la recepción ofrecen, por cierto, un amplio abanico de posibilidades. Centraré mis reflexiones de manera muy sintética en sólo tres aspectos: la trayectoria de la crítica arguedista, la relevancia teórica de la obra de Arguedas, y la dimensión social y simbólica de su figura.

  5. "Nuestra América": José Martí ante la Razón Moderna

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    Pedro Pablo Rodríguez

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    Full Text Available Este artículo es un acercamiento al difícil y singular diálogo con el pensamiento moderno y sus procedimientos del escritor, pensador y político cubano José Martí. La tesis es que el ideario de Martí expresó los intereses y la perspectiva de los pueblos de Hispanoamérica, a la que llamó Nuestra América, por oposición, según escribió “a la otra América, que no es nuestra”. Plenamente consciente de que la identidad de la región se sustentaba en una cultura nueva, mestiza de lo aborigen y lo español, el cubano dedicó su ensayo “Nuestra América” a explicar los factores internos que mantenían las estructuras sociales, políticas y de pensamiento de la época colonial, así como el peligro que representaba el creciente poderío de Estados Unidos.   This article aims to approach Cuban writer, thinker and politician José Martí's harsh, singular dialogue with modern thinking and its procedures. It argues that Martí's set of ideas expressed the interests and viewpoint of the peoples of Hispanic America, which he called Our America, as opposed to, according to his own texts, "the other America, the one that is not ours". Fully conscious of the fact that the region's identity was based on a new culture, resulting from a mix of the indigenous and the Spanish, Martí used his essay "Our America" (originally, "Nuestra América" to explain the internal factors that maintained the colonial social, political and ideological structures, in addition to expressing the threat the growing power of the United States represented.

  6. La destrucción del estatuto antropomorfo del narrador en la obra de Juan José Saer

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    Rafael Arce

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    Full Text Available El trabajo propone una hipótesis que busca ceñir la singularidad de todos los narradores en la obra de Juan José Saer. Para ello, traza una genealogía de la instancia narrativa saeriana como voz fenomenal. La categoría propuesta propone pensar al narrador saeriano como una relación conciencia-mundo en la cual se disuelve tanto la consistencia de la objetividad, presupuesto de la novela realista, como la consistencia de la subjetividad, presupuesto de la novela de vanguardia. El narrador saeriano plantea un tipo de interrogación que intenta disolver las certezas narrativas, incluso las negativas, para trabajar en el terreno raso de la experiencia, entendiendo por ésta la relación entre un sí-mismo sin subjetividad y un mundo de cosas que se desprende de sus determinaciones objetivantes.   Abstract   This work proposes a hypothesis that tries to stick to the singularity of every narrator in the work of Juan José Saer. For that, it traces a genealogy of Saer’s narrative instance as amazing voice. The proposed category suggests thinking about the Saer’s narrator as a relationship between conscience and world where both the consistency of objectivity, an estimation of the realist novel, and the consistency of subjectivity, an estimation of the vanguard novel, are dissolved. The Saer’s narrator sets a kind of interrogation that tries to separate the narrative truths, even the negative ones, to work on the flat ground of experience, understanding by this the relationship between oneself without subjectivity and a material world that can be deduced of its objectifying determinations.

  7. Libertad e inconformismo: sobre la concepción del relato de José Jiménez Lozano

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    Full Text Available José Jiménez Lozano is a unique writer in the Hispanic literary scene of these last decades. His work is vast and diverse, and this initial observation does not escape his narrative, which genre the write demonstrates more prolifically. Despite the apparent diversity, there is outstanding unity underlying Jiménez Lozano´s entire work. This unity lies not only on the constant return to the same matters, but also on the approaches or the reasons, from which his literary work begins. The writer reflects over his work and lets his ideas expand through the diverse manifestations of his ideas on prose. It is a talk about the rhetorical writing of this article, valuing the coherent existence between reflection and literary practice.José Jiménez Lozano es un escritor singular dentro del panorama literario hispánico de las últimas décadas. Su obra es vasta y diversa y a esta observación inicial no escapa su narrativa, género en el que el escritor se muestra más prolífico. A pesar de la diversidad aparente, existe una notable unidad subyacente a toda la obra de Jiménez Lozano. Esta unidad reposa no sólo sobre el regreso constante a unos mismos asuntos sino también sobre los planteamientos o fundamentos de los que parte su creación literaria. El escritor reflexiona sobre su labor y deja diseminado, a través de las diversas manifestaciones de su prosa de ideas, un discurso sobre la escritura que este artículo sintetiza, valorando, asimismo, la coherencia existente entre esta reflexión y la praxis literaria.

  8. Marxismo y Moral. Reflexiones a partir de El marxismo como moral de José Luis López Aranguren

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    Muñoz, Jacobo

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    Full Text Available Starting from a critical reading of El marxismo como moral, classical work of José Luis López Aranguren, this article deals with the problem of the normative and moral foundations of marxism. In order to go in depth into the ethical dimension of Karl Marx's and the marxist tradition's thought, the text proposes several thematic lines of analysis with the aim of liberating, at the same time, the intelectual and political project of Marx from the various clichés associated to its traditional reception. The ethical field will appear as a space of mediation between knowledge and reality, disclosing itself as fundamental to marxism from a praxeological point of view. At the end of the article there is a critical dialogue with different ethical positions in the frame of contemporary marxism.A partir de una lectura crítica de El marxismo como moral, obra clásica de José Luis López Aranguren, éste artículo trata de interrogarse acerca de los fundamentos normativos y morales del marxismo. A lo largo del texto se proponen diversas líneas temáticas para profundizar en la dimensión ética del pensamiento de Karl Marx y la tradición marxista, tratando de liberar, al mismo tiempo, su proyecto intelectual y político de diversos tópicos vinculados a su recepción tradicional. El ámbito ético aparecerá como espacio de mediación entre el conocimiento y la realidad, revelándose como fundamental para el marxismo desde un punto de vista praxeológico. Al final del artículo se dialoga críticamente con algunas posiciones éticas en el marco del marxismo contemporáneo.

  9. Signature in the microcosm with Professor Bas S.C.J.J. Kortmann, Rector Magnificus Dr Anton A.J.M. Franken, Vice President Radboud University Nijmegen Kingdom of the Netherlands and Dr. Jos Engelen, Chief Scientific Officer of CERN.

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    Signature in the microcosm with Professor Bas S.C.J.J. Kortmann, Rector Magnificus Dr Anton A.J.M. Franken, Vice President Radboud University Nijmegen Kingdom of the Netherlands and Dr. Jos Engelen, Chief Scientific Officer of CERN.

  10. La personalidad de José Asunción Silva. (II parte

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    José Francisco Socarrás

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    Silva y el psicoanalisis

    Dos psicoanalistas se han ocupado de Silva. Roberto De Zubiria Consuegra y Mauro Torres. El primero sostiene que el poeta vivió bajo la maldición de un complejo de Edipo manifiesto, transferido hacia su hermana Elvira. El segundo estima que nuestro personaje se estancó en la etapa narcisista del desarrollo y escribe: “El narciso primario no va más allá de los límites de la auto contemplación; vive dentro del principio del placer, reñido con la realidad…”. “El narciso secundario puede combinar, en un equilibrio más o menos precario, la auto contemplación con la comunicación verdadera con los demás”. “Silva no podía amar sexualmente a su hermana. El narciso que había en él se oponía definitivamente a dar el formidable paso de Edipo”. “A lo sumo Silva si amó en su hermana, pero con un amor contemplativo de Narciso, que se siente nítidamente reflejado en el tranquilo rostro de aquella. Elvira es el espejo de Narciso”. Recuérdese la contemplación de que la hacía objeto cuando asistían al Teatro Colón.

    Torres analiza De Sobremesa, que considera la expresión del Silva íntimo encarnado en José Fernández, el héroe de la novela, con sus fantasías de vivir la vida plenamente, sueño muy distante de la realidad deparada al poeta por un destino de familia. Fernández exclama” Ah! vivir la vida… eso es lo que quiero, sentir todo lo que se puede sentir, saber todo lo que se puede saber, poder todo lo que se puede”. El texto parece tomado al pie de la letra del de Maria Bashkirtsseff transcrito por el propio Silva en su relat044. Pero Torres se queda a mitad del camino. Señala el síntoma, que sintetiza otros muchos, sin llegar a un diagnóstico. Hacerlo implica poner al lector al tanto de los conceptos fundamentales del psicoanálisis. Para ello me valdré de la Enciclopedia del Psicoanálisis dirigida por Luwing Eidelbert45 y de los trabajos de Heinz

  11. Alberto José Sampaio: um botânico brasileiro e o seu programa de proteção à natureza Alberto José Sampaio: a Brazilian botanist and his nature protection program

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    José Luiz de Andrade Franco

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available O texto discorre sobre a obra científica e as proposições de proteção à natureza do botânico brasileiro Alberto José Sampaio (1881- 1946, um dos maiores conhecedores da flora brasileira e um dos pioneiros do conservacionismo no país. Analisa diversos pontos de sua trajetória de cientista, ativista e professor. A atenção recai especialmente sobre as suas três principais produções literárias, publicadas entre 1926 e 1935, nas quais focaliza a distribuição geográfica dos conjuntos de vegetação do Brasil e propõe diversos programas de aproveitamento racional e de preservação dos recursos naturais brasileiros. Mostra-se que as suas idéias estavam influenciadas pelos ideais de um estado forte capaz de construir uma nova identidade nacional, com base na riqueza da natureza brasileira. A conclusão é que as idéias de Sampaio foram avançadas para a sua época e que elas conservam grande parte de sua atualidade, mesmo depois de décadas de prevalência de uma ideologia desenvolvimentista em que ele e diversos cientistas naturais conservacionistas seus contemporâneos foram quase inteiramente esquecidos.The text discusses the scientific output and the proposals for nature protection by the Brazilian botanist Alberto José Sampaio (1881- 1946, one of Brazil.s leading plant scientists and one of the country.s pioneer conservationists. Several aspects of his trajectory as a scientist, activist and teacher are examined. The emphasis falls on his three major books, published between 1926 and 1935, in which he writes about the geographic distribution of Brazil's vegetational forms and presents many proposals in favor of the rational use and preservation of the country.s natural resources. It is shown that his proposals were influenced by the concept of the need of a strong State that could build a new national identity, based on Brazilian nature. The text concludes that Sampaio.s ideas were quite advanced for his times and that many

  12. José Joaquín Calvo López, fundador del Instituto Literario, hoy Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua

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    Este trabajo muestra la vida de José Joaquín Calvo López. Describe su origen y familia en Cuba, donde nace, así como el contexto cultural donde se desarrolló. Sus antecedentes repercuten en Chihuahua, cuando toma la determinación de crear el Instituto Literario con la visión educativa aprendida en su país natal y en consonancia con los ideólogos cubanos José de la Luz Caballero y Félix Varela. También se describe su trayectoria militar en México, primero en su lucha contra los insurgentes y d...

  13. Modelo numérico de escoamento subterrâneo na região de São José do Rio Preto - SP

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    Public water supply in São José do Rio Preto partly depends on groundwater exploitation from the Bauru Aquifer. Aiming to delimit restriction areas and abstraction control a numerical model has been developed to study groundwater resources exploitation scenarios. In this work the conceptual model, the numerical model construction, the pre-exploitation scenario and the evaluation of the pumping impacts are presented. According to the obtained results, in topographically low areas with high con...

  14. Nódulo de la hermana María José como forma de presentación de carcinoma ovárico

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    Inmersos en la era digital y apoyados por técnicas diagnósticas avanzadas no podemos dejar de prestar atención a datos exploratorios recogidos en los textos tradicionales como el nódulo de la hermana María José que aquí presentamos y cuyo reconocimiento nos podría facilitar la toma de decisiones en la selección de pruebas diagnósticas adicionales.

  15. Levantamento das plantas medicinais utilizadas pela população de São José dos Cordeiros, Paraíba, Brasil

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    Maria José de Holanda Leite

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available O objetivo do presente estudo foi identificar as plantas medicinais utilizadas pela população de São José dos Cordeiros – PB e verificar suas indicações terapêuticas. O trabalho de campo foi realizado na Rua João da Silva Almeida no Centro da cidade de São José dos Cordeiros - PB, onde foram entrevistados homens e mulheres que tinham conhecimento sobre o uso de plantas medicinais, numa faixa etária de 12 a 77 anos, num universo de 15 pessoas entrevistadas. A entrevista transcorreu de forma estruturada no dia 17 de agosto de 2013, junto às pessoas que utilizam plantas medicinais, visando à obtenção de informações sobre as plantas mais usadas e suas indicações terapêuticas. O uso de plantas medicinais na cura e tratamento de várias doenças é uma prática bastante utilizada em diferentes faixas etárias na cidade São José dos Cordeiros – PB, conforme se observou com o resultado da pesquisa. O levantamento etnobotânico possibilitou a comprovação do uso de plantas medicinais pelos moradores da cidade São José dos Cordeiros, tornando assim, a comunidade como centro cultural e favorável a informações para o desenvolvimento destes tipos de estudos. De modo que, pesquisas neste âmbito, mostram a importância de cultivar explorarde forma racional e promover a conservação das plantas medicinais. Normal 0 21 false false false PT-BR X-NONE X-NONE

  16. The hunter of freemasons: José Anastácio Lopes Cardoso and his action against the luso-brasilic freemasonry (1799-1804

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    Full Text Available This paper explores how the conspiracy ideas of the Jesuit Augustin Barruel influenced crime inspector José Anastácio Lopes Cardoso’s report to his immediate superior Diogo Inácio de Pina Manique, superintend of Lisbon Police. The evidence suggests that Barruel’s conspiracy theories influenced both Lopes’ thoughts and police operations against the masonic associations and freemasons in Portugal and Brazil.

  17. La interpretación de José Carlos Mariátegui sobre la Revolución Mexicana

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    This article studies José Carlos Mariategui’s interpretation of Mexican Revolution character. We analyze the reasons of the changes in his vision of the process. To answer our interrogations we investigate the influence of various factors such us the dynamic of Mexican revolutionary events, the Peruvian political process, the interpretations of the Mexican Revolution of other Latin American intellectuals and the “tactical turns” of the Communist International.

  18. ¿Una crítica inmanente radical? Entrevista a José Manuel Romero Cuevas

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    Full Text Available José Manuel Romero Cuevas (Sanlúcar de Barrameda, 1970 es profesor en la Universidad de Alcalá (Madrid. Se doctoró en la Universidad de Granada (UGR con una tesis sobre el problema del conocimiento en F. Nietzsche, publicada en 2001 con el título El caos y las formas. Experiencia, conocimiento y verdad en F. Nietzsche (Granada: Comares. Entre 2001 y 2005 realizó una estancia de investigación postdoctoral en las universidades de Mainz y Frankfurt. Ahí elaboró el libro Hacia una hermenéutica dialéctica. W. Benjamin, Th. W. Adorno y F. Jameson (Madrid: Síntesis, 2005. Entre los años 2005 y 2008 fue profesor en la Universidad de El Salvador (UES, en la Universidad Centroamericana José Simeón Cañas (UCA de El Salvador y en la Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo de Morelia (México. Siendo investigador del Programa Ramón y Cajal, realizó estancias de investigación en Frankfurt que le permitieron editar y traducir los escritos juveniles de H. Marcuse del período 1928-1933: J. M. Romero (ed., H. Marcuse y los orígenes de la teoría crítica (Madrid: Plaza y Valdés, 2010, H. Marcuse, Entre hermenéutica y teoría crítica. Artículos 1929-1931 (Barcelona: Herder, 2011 y H. Marcuse, Sobre Marx y Heidegger. Escritos filosóficos (1932-1933 (Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2016. Con motivo de la reciente aparición de su libro El lugar de la crítica. Teoría crítica, hermenéutica y el problema de la trascendencia intrahistórica (Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2016, desde Oxímora. Revista Internacional de Ética y Política hemos considerado oportuno entrevistarle con objeto de abordar conjuntamente el significado y las fuentes filosófico-sociales de la noción de “crítica inmanente”. Además de la obra mencionada, ha publicado sobre el tema el libro Crítica e historicidad. Ensayos para repensar las bases de una teoría crítica. (Barcelona: Herder, 2010 y ha editado el volumen colectivo Immanente Kritik Heute. Grundlagen

  19. Estudio etnobotánico de las plantas medicinales de San José de Suaita, Suaita (Santander, Colombia

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    Édgar Moreno Castillo

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    conocimiento de la transmisión de saberes entre generaciones; realizados entre mayo y octubre de 2004 en la Inspección de Policía de San José de Suaita, ubicada en el municipio de Suaita, departamento de Santander, Colombia entre 1.100 y 1.700 m de altitud. Como resultados se registró información para 118 especies repartidas en 47 familias botánicas, siendo Compositae, Labiatae y Leguminosae sobresalientes en ese orden; responden a 133 nombres locales y 164 usos diferentes; las diez categorías de uso que agrupan mayor número de especies fueron en su orden: problemas digestivos, respiratorios, traumas, problemas cardiovasculares, cutáneos, hepáticos, renales, dolor y ansiedad; en la concepción de salud y enfermedad que manejan los habitantes de San José de Suaita hay influencia religiosa, del rol social del individuo y del legado tradicional; las cabezas médicas populares identificadas son: las mujeres que han sido madres de familia gran parte de su vida, yerbateros, parteras, sobanderos, rezanderos y secreteros; la migración a las ciudades, la apertura del centro de salud y el acceso a medicamentos farmacéuticos, ha hecho que en décadas recientes se hayan dejado de usar plantas que anteriormente cumplían una función similar a los  medicamentos; la transmisión del saber tradicional es  acumulativa en función de la edad y la mujer cumple un papel fundamental en este proceso, entre vecinos en edad adulta se da el intercambio plantas, usos, recetas y es por medio de ellos que ingresan nuevos conocimientos y especies para la zona. La mayoría de las plantas registradas son conocidas entre la población adulta de las veredas y son los ancianos los  que mejor las conocen pero los adultos jóvenes conocen y usan plantas que los ancianos no, esto puede estar indicando la renovación y cambio de este conocimiento a lo cual habría que dedicar mayor investigación de carácter etnobotánico.

  20. Las mineralizaciones filonianas de fluorita (galena del Calar de San José (sierra de Baza, cordilleras Béticas

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    Torres-Ruiz, J.

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    Full Text Available The F-(Pb, Zn, Ba district of Sierra de Baza are a (Southeastern Spain is mainly constituted by fluorite-(galene stratiform and stratabound mineralizations which are included in Carbonate levels of Ladinian-Carnian age. These levels also contain vein mineralizations but only in certain zones as de Calar de San José and the Calar de Santa Bárbara. This paper deals with the main structural and mineralogical characteristics of the vein mineralizations and their relations with the geological context evolution. Special attention is given to the tectonic and the spatial association with the stratiform and stratabound, mineralizations of sedimentary/diagenetic character. Two types of vein mineralizations may be distinguished : one type is represented by small "in situ" remobilizations, from the stratiform and stratabound mineralizat ioos, which have been formed during the final stages of alpine deformations; the other one has been formed before Alpina Orogeny and probably in direct relation with an intratriassic tectonic phase.

    El distrito de F-(Pb, Zn, Ba de la Sierra de Baza (al SE de España está constituido fundamentalmente por mineralizaciones estratiformes y estratoligadas de fluorita-(galena, enclavadas en niveles carbonatados del Ladiniense Superior-Carniense. En estos mismos niveles, en algunos sectores como los del Calar de San José y Calar de Santa Bárbara, que constituyen el área de mayor importancia de este distrito minero, dichas mineralizaciones coexisten con otras de tipo filoniano. La presente nota trata esencialmente de las principales características estructurales y mineralógicas de las mineralizaciones filonianas y de sus relaciones con la evolución del contexto geológico, muy especialmente en lo que se refiere a la tectónica y a su asociación espacial con las mineralizaciones estratiformes y estratoligadas de carácter sedimentario/diagenético. Se han diferenciado dos tipos de mineralizaciones filonianas: unas

  1. Las actitudes lingüísticas en el español de San José, Costa Rica

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    Annette Calvo Shadid

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available Resumen Este artículo analiza las actitudes lingüísticas de hablantes nativos de español de cuatro distritos de la capital, San José, frente al español Costa Rica y el español de los otros países hispanohablantes. La presente investigación constituye un estudio sociolingüístico cuantitativo y es parte de los resultados del Proyecto LIAS (Linguistic Identity and attitudes in Spanish-speaking Latin America, financiado por El Consejo Noruego de Investigación (RCN. La recolección de los datos se realizó en la capital del país, entrevistando a una muestra de 404 informantes estratificada con las variables de edad, sexo y nivel socioeconómico. En el artículo se abordan las actitudes lingüísticas desde tres tipos de percepciones, a saber, percepciones cognitivo-lingüísticas y actitudes afectivas sobre el español nacional, opiniones sobre la corrección lingüística y los medios de comunicación y sobre la unidad o diversidad del español; percepciones cognitivo-lingüísticas sobre el español de los otros países, y actitudes afectivas y preferencias por otras variedades lingüísticas del idioma. Abstract This article analyzes the linguistic attitudes of Spanish speakers from four districts of the capital, San José, towards Spanish spoken in Costa Rica and in the other Spanish-speaking countries. It is based on a quantitative sociolinguistic study and is a result of the LIAS-Project (Linguistic Identity and attitudes in Spanish-speaking Latin America, funded by The Research Council of Norway (RCN. The data were gathered in the capital of the country, interviewing a stratified sample of 404 respondents based on the variables of age, sex and socioeconomic status. The linguistic attitudes are studied from three types of perceptions, namely, cognitive-linguistic perceptions and affective attitudes on national Spanish, opinions about the linguistic correction and the media, and about the unity or diversity of the Spanish language

  2. José Ignacio Barraquer Moner. Un maestro de España en América

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    Alberto Mayor Mora

    2017-06-01

    Full Text Available Fragmento.En 1987, a sus setenta y un años de edad, en la cima del reconocimiento mundial como uno de los gigantes de la oftalmología del siglo XX, José Ignacio Barraquer Monet echó una mirada atrás buscando las claves de su éxito:"En el tomo para pulir las córneas están resumidos todos los hobbies que yo tenía de joven, como la mecánica, los tornos, las emisoras de radio que fabricábamos, y los conocimientos de física y de química y de biología, porque mi casa era como un parque zoológico. Mi padre tenía mucha afición a los leones y tigres y serpientes: toda clase de animales teníamos en casa. Allí nacieron una serie de aficiones que luego se han ido profesionalizando".Barraquer Monet extrajo de una divertida infancia y de un medio polifacético y retador toda la inspiración y toda la libertad para desplegar su voluntad y crear el campo oftalmológico universalmente conocido como la Cirugía Refractiva, en cuyos conceptos se desenvuelven hoy todos los cirujanos oftalmológicos y cuyo instrumental y técnicas quirúrgicas con la marca de la escuela Barraquer son reconocidos en cualquier parte del mundo.José Ignacio Barraquer Monet trasluce al final de su existencia la satisfacción de haber realizado todo aquello que en el fondo de su corazón deseó por encima de cualquier cosa. Que su vida haya tenido un sentido para él mismo dependió de la realización de sus deseos, configurados desde la niñez y fijados paulatinamente según el entramado social que le correspondió afrontar.

  3. José Gómez Caffarena: una filosofía de la religión

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    Gómez, Carlos

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    Full Text Available After recalling the great intellectual work accomplished by José Gómez Caffarena, the following text analyses the structure and basic thesis of his masterpiece Enigma and mystery. A philosophy of religion. The book adds to its view on the history and structure of the religious fact a comprehensive inquiry about several philosophical approaches to religion, according to a well known framework inspired by Dilthey. Finally, it sketches an accurate sustaining the philosophical plausibility of the belief in God, wich deals a lot of problems concerning philosophy of religion (pantheism, providence, physical and moral evil, etcetera.. Backed by a consistent knowledge of the scholastic tradition and modern philosophy (from Kant to the main currents of the twentieth century, Caffarena offers a serious and nuanced programme wich advocates the possible combination of the cautioness for reason with the encouragement of hope.

    Tras recordar la intensa labor intelectual desarrollada por José Gómez Caffarena, se analizan la estructura y tesis fundamentales de su obra El enigma y el misterio. Una filosofía de la religión. A las consideraciones sobre la historia y estructura del hecho religioso se agrega un amplio estudio sobre las diversas posiciones ante lo religioso, conforme a una triple tipología inspirada en Dilthey, para articular finalmente una elaborada propuesta sobre la plausibilidad filosófica de la fe en Dios, en la que se abordan muy diversos problemas de la filosofía de la religión (panteísmo, providencia, mal físicio y moral, etc.. Con un sólido conocimiento de la tradición escolástica y de la filosofía moderna (de Kant a las principales tendencias del pensamiento del siglo XX, Caffarena ofrece una sobria y matizada propuesta en la que defiende la posible conjugación de las cautelas de la razón con el aliento de la esperanza.

  4. Un templo vacío. Lo sagrado en la escritura de José Ángel Valente

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    Gómez Toré, José Luis

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    Full Text Available The relationship between mysticism and poetry has become an almost inevitable topic in any study on the work of José Ángel Valente. However, we must be careful when studying this relationship if we want to avoid an erroneous interpretation. We cannot take as starting point an a priori identification of the question about the Sacred (so important not only in contemporary poetry, but also in contemporary art with the belief in a real numinous presence that we find in the mystic tradition. The poetry of Valente is better understood if we consider an experience of the Sacred being originated not only from the sacred presence but also from its absence. This experience of the Sacred cannot be conceived apart from poetry itself (a poetry that appears in the philosophical and religious horizon of God’s death. The search for the Sacred is developed through three great paths in the work of Valente: the matter, the body (love and eroticism and the poetic word (and also the silence.La vinculación entre la mística y la poesía se ha convertido en un tema casi obligado para cualquier análisis crítico de la obra de José Ángel Valente. Sin embargo, cabe preguntarse si una interpretación apresurada de este vínculo no puede llevarnos a lecturas erradas de la compleja escritura del poeta, cuando se parte de una identificación a priori entre la pregunta por lo sagrado que caracteriza a buena parte del arte contemporáneo (no sólo a la poesía y la certeza de la presencia numinosa en la tradición mística. Trataremos de mostrar en este ensayo cómo la escritura valentiana se entiende mejor desde una experiencia de lo sagrado que nace tanto de la presencia como de la ausencia y que es inseparable de la propia escritura (una escritura que no puede evitar inscribirse en el horizonte filosófico y religioso de la muerte de Dios. La búsqueda de lo sagrado en Valente encuentra tres itinerarios privilegiados: la materia, el cuerpo (el amor y el erotismo y

  5. From duplicity to the double: reading the upside down embroidery in José Eduardo Agualusa’s = Da duplicidade ao duplo: Uma leitura do bordado ao avesso em O vendedor de passados, de José Eduardo Agualusa

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    Full Text Available Doubleness and duplicity in the novel The Book of Chameleons by the Angolan writer Jose Eduardo Agualusa are analyzed. The two factors may be found in the identification between the two narrators and in the two most emphasized possibilities in the interpretation of the novel, or rather, subjectivity and national identity. Agualusa’s novel may also be defined as belonging to ‘minor literature’, as conceived by Deleuze and Guattari’s text Kafka: Toward a minor literature. According to these authors, in minor literature, each subject is inscribed in and connected with politics, a highly strong factor in The Book of Chameleons.O presente trabalho visa a apontar a presença do duplo e da duplicidade no romance O vendedor de passados, do escritor angolano José Eduardo Agualusa, que podem ser encontradas desde a identificação entre os dois narradores do texto até as duas mais insistentes possibilidades de leitura da obra: uma referente à subjetividade e, a outra, relativa à identidade nacional. Pretendemos, ainda, mostrar que o romance de Agualusa pode ser definido como pertencente à ‘literatura menor’, conceito forjado por Deleuze e Guattari, no texto Kafka: por uma literatura menor (1977. De acordo com os autores, nas literaturas menores, o individual é ramificado no imediato político, característica fortemente marcada em O vendedor de passados.

  6. Constructing a Theatrical Performance for Three Brazilian Imperial Modinhas by Lino José Nunes (1789-1847

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    Fausto Borém

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    Full Text Available An auto-ethnographic study of the construction process of a theatrical performance for three imperial modinhas by Brazilian bassist-singer-composer-pedagogue, Lino José Nunes (NUNES, 1984a, 1984b, 1984c starting with: (1 an analysis of the text-music binomial, examining (2 the theatrical version proposed by the first co-author of this article with the creation of his respective arrangements for voice, double bass and piano (NUNES, 2015a, 2015b, 2015c to finally reach (3 the staging realization of the voice according to the performance of the second co-author. We discuss the interactions between music and staging in the instances of the primary sources (the original scores of the three modinhas, the resulting secondary sources (the scores of the three scenic-musical arrangements and their performance (the realization of the arrangements. The analysis, which includes MaPAs (Maps of Audiovisual Performance and EdiPAs (Audiovisual Performance Editions (BORÉM, 2016c, 2014. BORÉM; TAGLIANETTI, 2014, considered the use of contrasting emotional atmospheres (RUSSELL, 1980, discrete gestures (facial expressions; EKMAN; FRIESEN, 2003, ampler body movements (head, neck, trunk and limbs; LABAN, 1978, body plans (LABAN, 1978. RENGEL, 2001, props and lighting. The adaptations, solutions and additions, which emerged through a doubly creative performance process (composition and performance, aimed at a more significant communication of the senses in the trinomial text-music-image.

  7. [Bacteriological evaluation of goat milk and cheese distributed in the Metropolitan Area of San José, Costa Rica].

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    Araya, Viviana; Gallo, Leslie; Quesada, Carlos; Chaves, Carolina; Arias, María Laura

    2008-06-01

    In the last years, there has been an increase in the production, industrialization and consumption of goat's milk and derivate products, including cheese, worldwide. Nevertheless, in Costa Rica there is no study of these products, reason why the objective of this work was to determine the microbiological characteristics of goat's milk and fresh cheese distributed in the Metropolitan Area of San José, Costa Rica, in order to evaluate its impact in the economical field and as a potential risk for Public Health. A total of 25 raw goat's milk samples, obtained by manual milking from 5 different producers tested in five different dates and 15 cheese samples, elaborated with pasteurized milk, commercially available and coming from three different producers were analyzed. The study included the analysis of spoilage bacteria (total aeobic count and lactic bacteria count), indicators of hygiene (total coliforms), fecal contamination (fecal coliforms), manipulation (Staphylococcus aureus) and pathogens (Listeria monocytogenes and Salmonella spp). High results were obtained for the total aerobic count and lactic bacteria count of the milk and cheese samples, showing a reduced shelf life. Total coliforms, in limits beyond the established ones by the Costa Rican legislation for human consumption raw milk, were found in 100% of milk samples, as well as for fecal coliforms in 76% of them. All cheese samples, except one, were negative for these indicators, suggesting good manufacturing practices. S. aureus counts were low and both Salmonella spp. and L. monocytogenes were not isolated from samples analyzed.

  8. La presencia de la mujer en la poesía de José Agustín Goytisolo

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    Luisa Cotoner Cerdó

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    Full Text Available El 19 de marzo del pasado año 2009 se cumplieron diez años de la muerte de José Agustín Goytisolo. Con este motivo se han sucedido los homenajes y congresos que se han ocupado de estudiar su poesía y de repasar su legado desde ángulos muy diversos. Este artículo aspira también a rellenar un hueco que –sorprendentemente o no– no ha merecido hasta el presente especial atención: la presencia de la mujer en la poesía goytisoliana. Mi objetivo es trazar una panorámica del lugar que las mujeres ocupan en sus versos y mostrar que en su gran mayoría son diferentes de las figuras femeninas que pueblan la tradición literaria. En primer lugar porque, desde el punto de vista de la enunciación, la voz poética no se apropia de la mujer convirtiéndola en objeto de contemplación, sino que, en general, es sujeto de la historia en paridad con el poeta. En segundo lugar, porque las mujeres goytisolianas tampoco se ajustan a los “códigos” a los que las ha relegado el discurso patriarcal: tienen vida propia y no funcionan como símbolo de aspiraciones ajenas ni como proyección del imaginario masculino.

  9. El maestro José Francisco Socarrás. Biografía, recuerdos y recuentos!

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    Guillermo Sánchez Medina

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    “Siempre que se escribe de la historia
    de un hombre, quedan hechos incógnitos”

    “Quien escribe historia y participa en ella no está
    exento de subjetividades y parcializaciones”

    Palabras introductorias
    Para mí es un honor y una gratificación íntima el ser yo quien hoy se dirige a ustedes como coordinador de este homenaje. A todos los presentes les agradezco su presencia. En nombre de la familia Socarrás hago entrega oficial del bello óleo, del maestro Leonel Torres residente en USA. Lamento que por motivos ajenos a mi voluntad no se pueda entregar el libro de la Bio-grafía del Maestro Socarrás. En el mes de febrero próximo saldrá editado por la Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia en Tunja, gracias también a la Academia Boyacense de Historia y a su cabeza el Doctor Javier Ocampo Lópcz. Espero poder ofrecer la obra en un futuro próximo, quien le interese puede comunicarse con la Secretaría de la Academia Nacional de Medicina.

    José Francisco Socarrás nació en Valledupar (Cesar el martes 5 de noviembre de 1907 y murió en Bogotá el jueves 23 de marzo de 1995. (2

    Etimología del apellido Socarrás.
    Genealogía e historiografía

    Etimológicamente el apellido Socarrás proviene del árabe: “soco” y “ras”; soco: plaza de mercado o plaza principal; y ras: cabeza. Lo que significa cabeza de la plaza principal o mercado.

    El apellido, relata el profesor José Francisco Socarrás, viene por Evaristo Socarrás, proveniente de una población importante de Coro, Venezuela, quien se casó con Josefa Meriño en Riohacha y por segunda vez en La Paz, una población cercana a Valledupar.

    Su padre fue el General Sabas Socarrás, quien peleó en los tres años de guerra civil a principios de

  10. Gestión integral de la industria cauchera en el municipio de San José del Guaviare, Colombia

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    Grace Andrea Montoya-Rojas

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    Full Text Available En el artículo se plasman los logros de un ejercicio investigativo mediante una innovación espacial aplicada de manera integral a la industria del Caucho. De esta forma, se promueve una planificación holística en el municipio de San José del Guaviare, Colombia, donde hay actividades de colonización en la región selvática y, además, se encuentran comunidades indígenas y variedad de resguardos. La gestión integral de la agroindustria del Caucho, uno de los medios de susbsistencia de los habitantes, es prácticamente ausente. El proyecto cuenta con un diagnostico general de la zona, mediante el cual se obtienen modelaciones SIG con el fin de establecer las áreas potenciales para la producción de neumáticos en la agroindustria de Caucho. Se ilustra desde la gestión integral sectorial, las áreas capaces de soportar el proyecto de manera productiva y lograr al mismo tiempo, un desarrollo armónico entre el territorio municipal y el proyecto.

  11. Chlamydia psittaci genotype B in a pigeon (Columba livia) inhabiting a public place in San José, Costa Rica

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    Dolz, G.; Solórzano-Morales, Á.; Angelova, L.; Tien, C.; Fonseca, L.; Bonilla, M.C.

    2013-01-01

    Human chlamydiosis is a zoonotic disease of avian origin caused by Chlamydia psittaci. The highest infection rates have been detected in parrots (Psittacidae) and pigeons (Columbiformes), the latter most frequently carry the genotypes B and E. These genotypes have been shown to also infect humans. Because pigeons (Columba livia) cohabit with humans in urban areas, C. psittaci present in the dust from dry feces of infected pigeons may be transmitted by inhalation and represent a significant public health problem. Between 2012 and 2013 a total of 120 fecal samples were collected from pigeons at four public places (Plaza de la Cultura, Parque Morazán, Parque Central de Guadalupe, Plaza de las Garantías Sociales) in San José, Costa Rica. A nested polymerase chain reaction (PCR) was used to amplify a region of the outer membrane protein A gene of C. psittaci. Only one sample was positive in PCR and the positive sample was further subjected to sequencing and genotyping. Sequencing identified this sample as C. psittaci genotype B. This study is the first report to show the presence of this organism in pigeons of Costa Rica, and shows that the infected pigeons may represent a significant risk for humans who visit public places that are inhabited by pigeons. PMID:26623327

  12. Independencia, historia, civilización e ideario liberal en José María Samper

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    José David Cortés Guerrero

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available La Independencia es mucho más que un proceso histórico puntual circunscrito a la campaña militar en la que se derrotó a los ejércitos españoles en América y que conllevó el fin de la administración colonial. También puede ser vista como el punto desde el cual se interpretaba una nueva historia, la que comenzaría a construir el país resultante del quiebre del orden colonial español, en este caso, la Nueva Granada. En este orden de ideas, este artículo pretende mostrar cómo José María Samper, en una parte de su obra intelectual, entiende la Independencia como ese punto de quiebre en el cual la historia, con una serie de conceptos allegados, como la libertad, trascendería el hecho de la campaña militar.

  13. José Régio na Presença: arte viva, modernismo e crítica

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    Julio Cesar Rodrigues Cattapan

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    Full Text Available Este artigo apresenta uma análise das críticas e en­saios assinados por José Régio na revista Pre­sença, publicação influente na primeira metade do século XX em Portugal no que se refere à divul­gação e à crítica de arte e literatura, no­tadamente poesia. A análise volta-se, principalmente, para os valores defendi­dos por Régio no que se refere à crítica e à criação artís­tica, com ênfase para o que ele en­tende por arte viva, arte mo­derna e crítica. Régio defende a origina­lidade da obra de arte, alcançável so­mente quando o artista expressa livre­mente sua personalidade. Propõe tam­bém que é necessário ao crítico analisar a personali­dade e o mundo interior do artista para se chegar à com­preensão de sua obra.

  14. José Régio na Presença: arte viva, modernismo e crítica

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    Julio Cesar Rodrigues Cattapan

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    Full Text Available http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/1984-784X.2013v13n20p58 Este artigo apresenta uma análise das críticas e en­saios assinados por José Régio na revista Pre­sença, publicação influente na primeira metade do século XX em Portugal no que se refere à divul­gação e à crítica de arte e literatura, no­tadamente poesia. A análise volta-se, principalmente, para os valores defendi­dos por Régio no que se refere à crítica e à criação artís­tica, com ênfase para o que ele en­tende por arte viva, arte mo­derna e crítica. Régio defende a origina­lidade da obra de arte, alcançável so­mente quando o artista expressa livre­mente sua personalidade. Propõe tam­bém que é necessário ao crítico analisar a personali­dade e o mundo interior do artista para se chegar à com­preensão de sua obra.

  15. Os paratextos editoriais em “Alabardas, Alabardas, Espingardas, Espingardas”, o romance inacabado de José Saramago

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    Bianca Rosina Mattia

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    Full Text Available Em 2014, quatro anos após a morte de José Saramago, chegava às livrarias seu último romance, que restou inacabado e foi encontrado em seu computador. Alabardas, alabardas, Espingardas, espingardas tem apenas três capítulos. Porém, a edição do livro apresenta ainda o diário de Saramago, com anotações referentes ao romance, ilustrações de Günter Grass e textos de outros autores. O romance centra-se na temática da violência, da guerra e da fabricação e comércio de armas. Neste artigo, contudo, objetivamos uma análise dos paratextos editoriais da edição de Alabardas. A proposta, nesse sentido, pauta-se, a partir da definição de paratexto apresentada por Gérard Genette (2009, na investigação de uma possibilidade de leitura de Alabardas não [só] como romance, mas como manifesto. Tal possibilidade alicerça-se no caráter polissêmico dos paratextos editoriais, que proporcionam novas perspectivas de leitura e interferem na produção de sentidos quando da leitura do texto, bem como na concepção de editor enquanto adaptador, considerando um dos conceitos de adaptação abordados por Linda Hutcheon (2013.

  16. A parrhesia como ética/estética da existência em Caim de José Saramago

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    Marcos Fellipe Costa Marques

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    Full Text Available No último romance do escritor português José Saramago (1922-2010, Caim (2009, o discurso religioso é retomado como tema através de uma releitura paródica de textos bíblicos fundantes da tradição judaico-cristã. No romance, narrador e herói passeiam por cenas bíblicas questionando interpretações sedimentadas na cultura pelas teologias oficiais e dogmas da tradição. As críticas construídas no romance têm como alvo privilegiado os discursos religiosos, sobretudo a moral criada a partir de tais discursos. Este artigo tem como objetivo demonstrar como, no romance Caim a parrhesia, o franco falar, funciona como possibilidade ética diante de construções discursivas monológicas dogmáticas e retóricas. Para isso, discutiremos a relação entre o discurso literário de Saramago e o discurso religioso dogmático, destacaremos a função da paródia para apresentar novas versões de discursos já sedimentados na cultura para enfim discutir o conceito de parrhesia em Michel Foucalt (1926-1984 e possibilidades interpretativas do romance supracitado a partir desse conceito.

  17. An Assessment Of Plateau Environmental Protection And Sanitation Agency Pepsa As A Waste Management Institution In Jos City Nigeria.

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    Ogboji Frederick Eche

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    Full Text Available Abstract Municipal solid waste constitutes mans unwanted materials that need to be discarded. It is consisting of substances materials and objects considered as worthless or defective and of no value for human economic productive activities at a point in time. Apart from constituting an eye sore to urban environment it constitute health hazards and threatens the health of man and animals in the city. This research attempts an assessment of the performance of Plateau Environmental agency the research made use of both primary and secondary data. Data generated was analyzed using descriptive statistics while inferential technique of chi-square was used to test the research hypothesis. Results obtained shows that majority of the respondents were traders 34.3 with secondary education 36. Forty-five percent 45 of landuse type responsible for waste generation is residential that 42 of waste generated is mostly ashes. Majority of waste containers used are plastic 33 and that 52 of respondents are aware of PEPSA activities in their locations. A focus group discussion FGD shaded more light on the prospect and limitations of PEPSA. The research concludes that there is the need to overhaul methods of municipal solid waste collection and disposal in metropolitan Jos. Relevant recommendations were made in respect of the study area.

  18. Nas asas da mariposa: a ciência e a fotografia de José Oiticica Filho

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    Andreas Valentin

    Full Text Available Resumo A partir da segunda metade dos anos 1940 e, principalmente, na década de 1950, a fotografia brasileira modernizou-se, inicialmente a partir dos circuitos fotoclubistas, destacando-se o Foto Cine Clube Bandeirantes em São Paulo e, em seguida, inserindo-se no contexto dos movimentos de vanguardas construtivistas brasileiros. Nesse cenário, sobressai-se a obra do entomólogo e fotógrafo José Oiticica Filho (1906-1964. Aqui é analisada sua produção fotográfica, contemplando a relação com suas pesquisas e métodos científicos e a aproximação com os movimentos concreto e neoconcreto. É apontada, também, a aproximação de sua obra com a fotografia alemã após a Segunda Guerra Mundial, em particular os grupos fotoform e subjektive fotografie.

  19. Chlamydia psittaci genotype B in a pigeon (Columba livia) inhabiting a public place in San José, Costa Rica.

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    Dolz, G; Solórzano-Morales, Á; Angelova, L; Tien, C; Fonseca, L; Bonilla, M C

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    Human chlamydiosis is a zoonotic disease of avian origin caused by Chlamydia psittaci. The highest infection rates have been detected in parrots (Psittacidae) and pigeons (Columbiformes), the latter most frequently carry the genotypes B and E. These genotypes have been shown to also infect humans. Because pigeons (Columba livia) cohabit with humans in urban areas, C. psittaci present in the dust from dry feces of infected pigeons may be transmitted by inhalation and represent a significant public health problem. Between 2012 and 2013 a total of 120 fecal samples were collected from pigeons at four public places (Plaza de la Cultura, Parque Morazán, Parque Central de Guadalupe, Plaza de las Garantías Sociales) in San José, Costa Rica. A nested polymerase chain reaction (PCR) was used to amplify a region of the outer membrane protein A gene of C. psittaci. Only one sample was positive in PCR and the positive sample was further subjected to sequencing and genotyping. Sequencing identified this sample as C. psittaci genotype B. This study is the first report to show the presence of this organism in pigeons of Costa Rica, and shows that the infected pigeons may represent a significant risk for humans who visit public places that are inhabited by pigeons.

  20. José Rosa y La guaracha del Macho Camacho de Luis Rafael Sánchez: texto, iconotexto y palimpsesto

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    Rita De Maeseneer

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    Full Text Available La edición de Cátedra de La guaracha del Macho Camacho (2000 de Luis R. Sánchez lleva en su portada una reproducción incompleta de un llamativo cartel del artista puertorriqueño José Rosa. Esta obra, un iconotexto que estudiamos y reproducimos íntegramente, incorpora una rica serie de citas –falsas y verdaderas– de La guaracha. Proponemos un recorrido interpretativo de la configuración visual y textual de esta imagen, creada con otro fin que el de servir de pórtico a la novela. Con ella Rosa condensaba ya en 1977 de manera sorprendente muchos de los enfoques que los críticos literarios de Sánchez sólo desarrollarían mucho más tarde: la desacralización, el enmascaramiento racial, sexual y social, la dictadura del ocio y del consumo, el barroquismo... Como copista infiel y retozón, Rosa reinterpreta La guaracha insertando su autobiografía en ella y sobre todo insistiendo en que oigamos su trasfondo sonoro más profundo hecho de violencia, de racismo, de explotación y de exclusión.

  1. Récit et éthique dans l’écriture du voyage de Camilo José Cela

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    Carmen Dubois

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    Full Text Available Au delà de la simple narration d’un parcours spatial, les récits de voyage de Camilo José Cela ont une forte dimension éthique. Le vagabondage célien est la manifestation d’une certaine vision du monde et de l’homme construite autour de trois notions clés: renoncement, vitalité et utopie. Le voyageur se veut ainsi à l’image de cet idéal célien ; sa vie est réglée par une déontologie précise : le détachement, la solitude, la communion avec la nature, l’éloignement de la ville et l’attachement au monde rural sont les plus manifestes. En dernière instance, le vagabondage, éthique exigeante et réservée à quelque êtres d’exception, est la voie qui mène à la liberté et au bonheur.

  2. Chlamydia psittaci genotype B in a pigeon (Columba livia inhabiting a public place in San José, Costa Rica

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    G. Dolz

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Human chlamydiosis is a zoonotic disease of avian origin caused by Chlamydia psittaci. The highest infection rates have been detected in parrots (Psittacidae and pigeons (Columbiformes, the latter most frequently carry the genotypes B and E. These genotypes have been shown to also infect humans. Because pigeons (Columba livia cohabit with humans in urban areas, C. psittaci present in the dust from dry feces of infected pigeons may be transmitted by inhalation and represent a significant public health problem. Between 2012 and 2013 a total of 120 fecal samples were collected from pigeons at four public places (Plaza de la Cultura, Parque Morazán, Parque Central de Guadalupe, Plaza de las Garantías Sociales in San José, Costa Rica. A nested polymerase chain reaction (PCR was used to amplify a region of the outer membrane protein A gene of C. psittaci. Only one sample was positive in PCR and the positive sample was further subjected to sequencing and genotyping. Sequencing identified this sample as C. psittaci genotype B. This study is the first report to show the presence of this organism in pigeons of Costa Rica, and shows that the infected pigeons may represent a significant risk for humans who visit public places that are inhabited by pigeons.

  3. José Gestoso y Pérez. Teoría y Praxis de la Conservación

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    Mª Dolores Ruiz de Lacanal Ruiz-Mateos

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    Full Text Available El objetivo de este artículo es hacer una reflexión sobre las aportaciones que José Gestoso y Pérez (1852-1917 realiza a la teoría y la praxis de la conservación. Persona de gran prestigio y mérito, desarrolló su labor profesional en Sevilla a mediados del siglo XIX y principios del siglo XX y ha sido objeto de numerosas investigaciones. Tras la lectura de los estudios, que le resaltan como un referente claro de la cultura sevillana en sus múltiples manifestaciones, (Historia y crítica del Arte, Arqueología, Archivística, etc., este artículo concentra la atención en sus propios textos, para descubrir que constituyen un conjunto coherente y estructurado de conocimientos teóricos y prácticos, aportan unos objetivos definidos y una metodología con recursos y estrategias, que son claros antecedentes de nuestros actuales “planes” de conservación.

  4. O diálogo intertextual com Fernando Pessoa em três contos de José Eduardo Agualusa

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    Altamir Botoso

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    Full Text Available O artigo centra-se no estudo de três contos do escritor angolano José Eduardo Agualusa (1960-: Se nada mais der certo leia Clarice, Catálogo de sombras e Livre-arbítrio, que fazem parte do seu livro Manual prático de levitação (2005. Buscaremos evidenciar a presença do poeta português Fernando Pessoa (1888-1935 e de seus heterônimos, Alberto Caeiro, Ricardo Reis e Álvaro de Campos, nos três contos mencionados, pautados por considerações do próprio Agualusa, que procura estabelecer, por meio de sua obra, um diálogo frequente entre as literaturas africana, brasileira e portuguesa, em conformidade com a sua postura de divulgar a cultura e, em particular, a literatura africana para o mundo, diluindo fronteiras que possam separar as literaturas de expressão portuguesa. Nas análises dos textos selecionados, empregaremos como suporte teórico os escritos de Julia Kristeva (1974, Leyla Perrone-Moisés (1990, Tiphaine Samoyault (2008 e Laurent Jenny (1979.

  5. Pozo, tierra, mundo. Homenaje a José María Díez-Alegría

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    Juan Antonio Delgado De la Rosa

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    Full Text Available José Mª Díez-Alegría es deudor del tiempo que le precede, es decir, de la España de las anteriores décadas, que le marcan con una impronta que posteriormente fecunda y se manifiesta entre 1955-1982, recordando y haciendo valer acontecimientos claves como el Concilio Vaticano II o la crítica progresiva al nacionalcatolicismo, reflejadas también en algunas participaciones en las “Conversaciones de Gredos”. Filósofo, teólogo, y jurista, Díez-Alegría es un ejemplo sobresaliente de un sector del catolicismo español que se opone a la función de la Iglesia como aparato ideológico y legitimador del bloque dominante y busca incansable el diálogo entre católicos y marxistas con el fin de alcanzar una convergencia y colaboración mutuas.

  6. José-Antonio Campos-Ortega (1940-2004) and his scientific work - a personal perspective.

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    Knust, Elisabeth; Hertel, Rainer

    2009-01-01

    José Antonio Campos-Ortega (1940-2004), a Spanish scientist who became a leading figure in the developmental genetics of the nervous system, spent most of his scientific life in Germany. Nevertheless, he remained deeply rooted in his native country. His thinking, his ambition and his work were driven by scientific, philosophical and historical questions. He started as a neuroanatomist, working first in Valencia, then in Gottingen, Tubingen and Freiburg. He used primates, reptiles, then the house fly and finally Drosophila to address the question How is the brain or the eye structured in order to function?. While in Freiburg, the problem shifted to How does the nervous system come into being, into form? Campos-Ortega tried to understand early neurogenesis in Drosophila through formal genetics, by identifying relevant genes and studying their genetic interactions. Since he was convinced that not only a single experimental approach could solve a problem as complex as the development of the nervous system, he also included the molecular biological approach when he moved to Cologne, while maintaining a strong focus on anatomy, embryology and genetics. There, he also started to work on the neurogenesis of the zebrafish, using similar concepts and approaches. Throughout his scientific career, he thought, wrote and taught about the evolution of methods and ideas in his field of research. At Campos-Ortegas early death, an unfinished book manuscript was left, entitled Developmental Genetics. The Path to the Biological Synthesis. Some parts of his introductory overview are included here.

  7. Brasileiro tradutor e/ou traidor: Frei José Mariano da Conceição Veloso.

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    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available This article is concerned with a specific phenomenon of the history of translation into Portuguese, the boom of translation of scientific and didactic texts in the turn of the 18th century in Portugal, in which a considerable number of Brazilians were involved. We focus the work of Friar José Mariano da Conceição Veloso, who has lately been referred to as a key figure in the history of sciences and books publishing in Portugal and Brazil. Friar Veloso was translator, editor, and translation coordinator in charge of the work of translators concerned with pragmatic texts in Lisbon. Veloso’s involvement with the still incipient editorial industry in Portugal was linked to Portuguese Enlightenment, especially the dissemination of scientific knowledge that could be applied to the progress of the Portuguese kingdom. Clues of Friar Veloso’s close connection with the Portuguese official policies are found in the prefaces he wrote for his translations, and they are enough to include him withim a patronage system that defined the direction his editorial activities would take. Curiously, despite these ties to the authoritarian Portuguese monarchical regime, Friar Veloso’s work led to unexpected historical developments, such as the growth of the reading public and the improvement of printing techniques.

  8. José Bonifácio, homem de pensamento e homem de ação

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    Raul de Andrada e Silva

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    Full Text Available Ao aceitar o honroso convite do colendo Instituto Histórico e Geográfico de Santos para que eu participasse, na qualidade de um de seus oradores, das comemorações que promove em memória de José Bonifácio de Andrada e Silva, não deixei de advertir que eu não seria uma das vozes mais indicadas para trazer-lhes uma palavra nova a propósito da vida dêsse homem extraordinário, vida tão identificada com a exis-tência mesma da nacionalidade. A despeito das referências tão generosas e lisonjeiras, mas evidentemente excessivas, com que me distinguiu o ilustre orador que acaba de apresentar-me, o certo é que, nos estritos limites de meus estudos históricos e nas condições em que tenho exercido meu diuturno magistério, não me foi dada a oportunidade de orientar meus esforços especialmente no rumo da documentação arquivai relativa ao Andrada insígne.

  9. Violent Speech Acts in the South A and B areas of José Martí District

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    Massiel Hernández-González

    2018-03-01

    Full Text Available A new tendency in speakers to prefer nonpolite strategies can also include some rude speech acts and to get the control of the other person All these are the reasons that lead the autor of this paper to start this research that consist of an study case of the courtesy emphazizing in the verbal violence, taking also into account not only the spanish speech but the recent studies made in Cuba. The South A and B of Santiago community of José Martí District is an example of that and for that reason it became of special interest for the analysis of those violent samples in the use of the language. The objective of the paper is to describe the linguistic elements that characterized the violent speech acts in that neighbourhood with the aim to contribute to the sociocultural characterization of the community so a multidisciplinary intervention can be developed there. Uncovered recorders the work with the field study notebook and the application of a social habit tests were the techniques used. All the results obtained were triangled.

  10. Los saberes que tarja José Watanabe. Consideraciones en torno a algunos momentos de su poesía

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    Asunción del Carmen Rangel López

    2016-10-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo sienta las bases de una investigación de largo recorrido en donde se postula la siguiente hipótesis: el sujeto que habita en los poemas del peruano José Watanabe es un sujeto que confecciona saberes a través de elementos que están fuera del marco de la escritura, es decir, los consejos y las pequeñas historias de la familia o de la comunidad, lo que habita y surge —para decirlo con uno de sus versos— “en la honda boca de los mayores”. Otro aspecto que se analiza en este artículo es la manera en que Watanabe conoce el mundo y, sobre todo, el mundo que inaugura su palabra, la cual involucra una dimensión de la experiencia constantemente contrapuesta y confrontada con ciertos saberes que pertenecen al marco de la escritura, como la física, la matemática, la lingüística o la medicina. El tipo de sujeto que habita en los poemas de Watanabe se encuentra en las antípodas de esta forma de conocimiento; la sapiencia que en su poesía se transmite depende de la propia experiencia del sujeto y de lo que bulle desde “la honda boca de los mayores

  11. A 10-year audit of gynaecological surgeries performed in the paediatric age group at the Jos University Teaching Hospital

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    Ekwempu C

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Background: Surgeries performed for gynaecological conditions in children and adolescents are not common in our environment. Adequate facilities and the skill to perform the required procedures may also be lacking. We were interested in reviewing the practice of paediatric gynaecological surgery in our facility. Patients and Methods: A retrospective study of case files and theatre records of children below the age of 16 years who had surgeries at the Jos University Teaching Hospital over a 10 year period was undertaken. Results: A total of 89 surgeries were performed in this age group during the period under review. Twenty-eight (33.4% of the patients were below the age of 11. The most common surgical procedure was for the management of septic abortion (21.3%. Correction of congenital malformations of the genital tract accounted for 21.4% (19 of the surgeries performed. Fourteen (15.7% laparotomies were performed for ovarian cysts. Conclusion: Though the number of surgeries performed on children for gynaecologic reasons may appear small, the skills required to manage them should be enhanced and the requisite facilities provided.

  12. Methods, forms, procedures and education systems on a conception of teaching as art by José M. Zamora

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    Martha Lucía OROZCO GÓMEZ

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available In this article, core pedagogic categories and its problematic elements such as: methods, forms, procedures, systems and laws are recreated. All this, as part of the pedagogical memory recovery through the discourse, in relation to this field of knowledge, that is done in the developments of José M. Zamora, as a reform that inspired the pedagogical practices during a period of the History of Education, the 20s, and especially inspired by the first German pedagogical mission.In the Manual of Pedagogy of Zamora, possibilities and visions from a hopeful World from the Education are seen. Some components arrive at the present time to be evaluated. The author distinguishes into three educational methods: physical, intellectual and moral; Pedagogical forms are classified into four: interrogative, expository, heuristics and narrative. The pedagogical procedures are divided in ten, whereas the educational systems in three: mutual or reciprocal, conferences and discussion. Finally, the pedagogical laws are divided in: physical, intellectual and moral. All of them are important elements in the contemporary pedagogical analysis.

  13. Adverse events of ERCP at San José Hospital of Bogotá (Colombia Eventos adversos de la CPRE en el Hospital de San José de Bogotá

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    A. Peñaloza-Ramírez

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    Full Text Available Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP has become the preferred treatment method for hepatobiliary and pancreatic disease. Despite technological progress this technique continues to account for the greatest morbidity and mortality caused by digestive endoscopic procedures. ERCP carries a risk of pancreatitis, perforation, hemorrhage, cholangitis and cardiopulmonary events occurring in upto 10% of patients in referral centers, implying a mortality of up to 1%, not including therapeutic failures or the need for re-intervention. A greater mortality rate has been demonstrated in prospective studies rather than in retrospective studies, but overall, the number of complications described in the literature is much lower than the number of complications that actually occur. A descriptive prospective study was conducted at San José Hospital from April 1, 2006 to April 30, 2007 in patients who underwent an ERCP and had a 1-month follow-up. A total of 381 patients were included; 9 (2.3% were excluded, and of the remaining 372 there was an overall success in 79.6% of cases, 8.3% had a second intervention, 7.6% developed complications (pancreatitis, perforation, hemorrhage, cholangitis, pain, intolerance to sedatives, and cardiopulmonary events, and 4.3% were failed ERCP studies. The mortality rate of the ERCP procedure was 0.8%. ERCP-related complications were determined at a teaching center, and this suggests the need to implement centers of excellence in order to improve the efficacy of the procedure.La colangiopancreatografía retrograda endoscópica (CPRE se ha convertido en el procedimiento terapéutico por excelencia de la vía biliopancreática. A pesar de los avances tecnológicos continúa siendo la técnica con mayor morbimortalidad de la endoscopia digestiva. Las complicaciones de la CPRE incluyen la pancreatitis, perforación, hemorragia, colangitis y eventos cardiopulmonares que en centros de referencia ocurren hasta en un 10

  14. Redistribuição das chuvas pelas copas de um povoamento de seringueira, José Bonifácio, SP. Rainwater redistribution under a rubber tree stand in the José Bonifacio county, SP.

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    Full Text Available A presente pesquisa foi desenvolvida emum povoamento de seringueira, clone RRIM 600,com 15 anos de idade, município de JoséBonifácio, SP. A pesquisa avaliou a redistribuiçãodas chuvas no período de agosto de 1996 a julhode 1997 (ano hídrico 1996/97, por meio dequantificação das precipitações pluvial total,interna e efetiva; do escoamento pelo tronco; eestimativa da interceptação das chuvas pelas copasdo seringal. Foram instalados pluviômetros a céuaberto e sob o dossel das árvores e, nos troncos dasárvores, coletores de água. A precipitação médiaanual foi de 1.514,5 mm, a precipitação interna foide 1.065,7 mm e o escoamento pelo tronco, de107,7 mm. A interceptação das chuvas pelas copase a precipitação efetiva resultaram em 341,1 e1.173,4 mm, respectivamente; correspondendo a22,5% e 77,5% do total da precipitação no seringal.A proporção de água que chega ao solo através doescoamento pelo tronco na seringueira foi superioraos obtidos em estudos similares realizados naregião Sudeste do Brasil. Os menores e maioresvalores percentuais de interceptação ocorreram noperíodo de estiagem, enquanto no período chuvosoos valores foram intermediários. Os valores mínimosocorreram durante os meses do período deestiagem, durante os quais as árvores estãodesfolhadas, enquanto os maiores valores ocorreramlogo a seguir, quando as chuvas que ainda têmcaracterísticas do período de estiagem ocorreramsobre as árvores com a folhagem recomposta.This research was developed in a 15years old rubber-tree plantation (RRIM 600,located in the municipality of José Bonifácio,São Paulo State. The reasearch evaluate the rainredistribution between August 1996 and July 1997(water year 1996/1997. It was estimated the grossand net precipitation, the throughfall, the stemflowand the crown interception loss. Non-recordingrain gauges were installed at an open area andunder the rubber tree canopy. Stemflow collectorswere installed at the

  15. Determination of effective dose rate reference values in São José do Sabugi, PB, Brazil

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    Medeiros, Nilson V. da S.; Santos Júnior, José A. dos; Amaral, Romilton dos S.; Santos, Josineide M. do N.; Araújo, Eduardo E.N. de; Santos Junior, Otávio P. dos; Correia, Filipe L. de B., E-mail: nilson.medeiros@ufpe.br, E-mail: jaraujo@ufpe.br [Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (UFPE), Recife, PE (Brazil). Grupo de Radioecologia; Rojas, Lino A.V., E-mail: linomarvic@gmail.com [Centro de Aplicaciones Tecnológicas y Desarrollo Nuclear, La Habana (Cuba); Silveira, Patrícia B., E-mail: pbrandao@cnen.gov.br [Centro Regional de Ciências Nucleares (CRCN-NE/CNEN-PE), Recife, PE (Brazil)

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    Brazil has some areas with elevated concentration of uranium and/or thorium, such as Guarapari in the State of Espírito Santo, Poços de Caldas in Minas Gerais and regions between the States of Pernambuco and Paraíba.The Seridó region, in the State of Paraiba, consists of rocks classified as pegmatites, gneisses and feldspars, with high level of uranium ores. The high levels of primordial radionuclides have been the focus of the studies performed in the area, specifically in the uranium deposit of Espinharas and some adjacent municipalities. The aim of this work was to carry out 'in situ' measurements in the city of São José do Sabugi, Paraíba. Measurements were done using a portable gamma discriminator with combined NaI (Tl) and BGO probe, coupled to a motor vehicle that allowed to monitor 520 points in the urban and rural areas of said municipality, obtaining effective dose rates ranging from 0.7 to 1.56 mSv.y{sup -1} and averages of 0.26 mSv.y{sup -1}and 0.87 mSv.y{sup -1}, respectively. The results obtained for radiometry of this municipality allow to conclude that the urban and rural areas meet the criteria established by UNSCEAR for areas considered as low background radiation. With this work, reference parameters were established for radiometric characterization of the surrounding municipalities to the uranium deposit of Espinharas. (author)

  16. Rattle tree (Albizia lebbeck Benth. effects on potato (Solanum tuberosum L. productivity on the Jos Plateau, Nigeria

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    Kareem Alasi Ibraheem

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    Full Text Available Field experiment was conducted in the biotite-granite area (Alfisol of the Jos Plateau, Nigeria, consisting of five cropping seasons to determine the effects of the tree rows (under alley cropping and green manure of Albizia lebbeck Benth. (rattle tree on the yield / productivity of Solanum tuberosum L. (Irish potato. The experiment was a randomized complete block design comprising five treatments and three replicates. An early maturing potato variety (Bertita was employed, its pre-sprouted tubers were planted in the alleys (spaces between the tree rows of A. lebbeck two weeks after green manure was applied (5 and 10 t ha-1, pre and post experimental soil sample analyses and cultivation operations were carried out. Results indicated that the rattle tree had profound effect on the potato growth parameters (plant height, leaf count, collar girth (at P < 0.01 and yield indices (tuber count (P < 0.05 and tuber weight (P < 0.01 due to nutrients from the green manure and nitrogen fixation activities of the rattle tree. A. lebbeck green manure application at 10 t ha-1 in the alleys of A. lebbeck hedgerows emerged as the most effective treatment in terms of growth performance and optimal yield. Collar girth and leaf count of the potato accounted for 80.4 - 91.3% of the variation in yield (R2 = 0.804 - 0.913 with collar girth having the highest value (R2 =0.910 in rainy season (rain fed cropping, while leaf count had the highest value (R2=0.913 during the dry season (irrigated cropping.

  17. Predictors of impaired renal function among HIV infected patients commencing highly active antiretroviral therapy in Jos, Nigeria.

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    Agbaji, Oche O; Onu, Adamu; Agaba, Patricia E; Muazu, Muhammad A; Falang, Kakjing D; Idoko, John A

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    Kidney disease is a common complication of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection even in the era of antiretroviral therapy, with kidney function being abnormal in up to 30% of HIV-infected patients. We determined the predictors of impaired renal function in HIV-infected adults initiating highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) in Nigeria. This was a retrospective study among HIV-1 infected patients attending the antiretroviral clinic at the Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH), between November 2005 and November 2007. Data were analysed for age, gender, weight, WHO clinical stage, CD4 count, HIV-1 RNA viral load, HBsAg and anti-HCV antibody status. Estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) was calculated using the Cockcroft-Gault equation. Statistical analysis was done using Epi Info 3.5.1. Data for 491 (294 females and 197 males) eligible patients were abstracted. The mean age of this population was 38.8±8.87 years. One hundred and seventeen patients (23.8%; 95% CI, 20.2-27.9%) had a reduced eGFR (defined as <60 mL/min), with more females than males (28.6% vs. 16.8%; P=0.02) having reduced eGFR. Age and female sex were found to have significant associations with reduced eGFR. Adjusted odds ratios were 1.07 (95% CI, 1.04, 1.10) and 1.96 (95% CI, 1.23, 3.12) for age and female sex, respectively. Older age and female sex are independently associated with a higher likelihood of having lower eGFRs at initiation of HAART among our study population. We recommend assessment of renal function of HIV-infected patients prior to initiation of HAART to guide the choice and dosing of antiretroviral drugs.

  18. Technical Proposal on the Treatment of the Influent of the José Antonio Alzate dam Using Aerobic Pond System

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    E. López–Galván

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    Full Text Available In México, discharge of waste water not treated is a common problem; this is the case of the Lerma River, where the original clean water contribution of the Almoloya–Lerma–San Bartolo timber–roof system, located in the valley of Toluca, State of México, was replaced by the wastewater of the valley. The attempts to clean the water before their spill have been unfruitful and this has caused the present anaerobic conditions of the river in its entire route including the first receiving stage that is the José Antonio Alzate Dam (PJAA, becoming a potential source of diseases and a useless water body. In this work we evaluate the treatment efficiency of experimental waste water pond system. The treatment system was constructed with 5 screens which formed 6 internal channels and it had an operation in continuous form by 26 weeks, providing it with continuously polluted water of the Lerma River. We found that the efficiency of reduction of the organic matter reported as BOD5 was 83% and it is carried out in the first channel after 7 days of hydraulic retention verifying that the channels do not work like lagoons in series. With the collected data we calculated, through the application of design equations, the factor of decay of organic matter "k" and the number of dispersion "d", specific for the type of treatment and environmental conditions of the site. The required surface of treatment calculated to reach the efficiency of reduction of the BOD5 obtained experimentally. Thus, a surface of: 1 281.6 hectares distributed in 13 lagoons that can deal with a volume 8 646, 70 m3/h was determined. Since this was a bigger surfaces than that of the dam, the available area was evaluated to make a proposal closer to reallity.

  19. La carrera pedestre por la línea del tren, San José Puntarenas 1914-1938.

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    Jorge Lobo Di Palma

    2011-08-01

    Full Text Available El propósito de este artículo es identificar los motivos por el cual, se realizo en Costa Rica, en las primeras décadas del siglo XX, un evento deportivo único de carácter mundial, que consistió de una carrera pedestre de más 100 kilómetros de recorrido, entre San José y Puntarenas, realizándose principalmente sobre los durmientes de la línea férrea. Lo novedoso de esta investigación histórica, es que se analiza el impacto deportivo en la sociedad costarricense desde una perspectiva social más amplia, que la simple descripción anecdótica y cronológica tradicional de un evento de tal magnitud, identificando los principales actores involucrados en tan particular evento, y analizado el desarrollo del mismo y los principales motivos de su suspensión desde un punto de vista técnico. El trabajo está dividido en tres capítulos. El primer de ellos contiene información sobre quienes organizaron el evento y su finalidad, cuál fue su recorrido, número de participantes y premiación. En el segundo, se describe los principales acontecimientos sucedidos de tan particular competencia, quienes fueron sus principales protagonistas y como se preparaban. Y en el último, se analiza los motivos por los cuales en 1938 se realizó por última vez, y quienes influyeron a que dicho espectáculo deportivo de dejara de realizar.

  20. Dios, Patria y Rey José de la Riva-Agüero y Javier Prado (1904-1905

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    Víctor Samuel Rivera

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    Full Text Available El artículo es una presentación de una de las obras más emblemáticas del pensamiento político peruano de inicios del siglo XX: Carácter de la literatura del Perú independiente (1905, la primera obra de José de la Riva-Agüero y Osma (1885-1944. La historiografía ha considerado este texto como una obra de historia de la literatura; también como un trabajo "liberal". Carácter de la literatura sería en realidad una obra de filosofía social positivista. Pero sería además una versión peruana del positivismo monarquista royaliste. Riva-Agüero habría tenido un referente oculto: el libro de filosofía social positivista de Javier Prado, Estado social del Perú durante la dominación española (1894, que habría puesto de cabeza. Tres temas básicos eran el eje de una oculta polémica político-conceptual: la religión, la monarquía y la tradición. Una oculta teoría de psicología colectiva le serviría de sustento: los peruanos tendrían un carácter pragmatista y un sentimiento social empático con el pasado, más apropiado para reivindicar la tradición que para condenarla. La Guerra del Pacífico y un baile social de la aristocracia de la Lima de 1904 serán el escenario de la controversia.

  1. A orgia perpétua: Flaubert e Madame Bovary. Translated by José Rubens Siqueira

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    Matheus Silva Vieira

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    Full Text Available A presente resenha visa analisar a nova tradução de La orgía perpetua, realizada por José Rubens Siqueira, e publicada em 2015. Publicado originalmente em 1975, La Orgía perpetua é o terceiro livro de crítica de Vargas Llosa; antes ele já havia escrito Bases para una interpretación de Ruben Darío (1958 e García Márquez: historia de un deicídio (1971. É comum a crítica afirmar que La Orgía perpetua é uma das portas de entrada para os estudos flaubertianos, o que não deixa de ser uma verdade, mas essa obra também pode ser lida como um “confessionário crítico”, já que Llosa assume nesse livro a influência recebida de Flaubert. Assim, La orgía perpetua pode interessar tanto aos estudiosos da obra de Gustave Flaubert, quanto aos estudiosos de Vargas Llosa. Por A orgia perpétua se tratar de um livro de crítica literária e não de ficção, encontramos um texto em que Vargas Llosa não explora tanto os recursos estilísticos da língua espanhola, mais especificamente do espanhol “callejero” peruano, como o faz em livros como As cidades e os cachorros. Desse modo, ao analisarmos a tradução de Siqueira, percebemos que esse tradutor se ateve ao estilo claro e direto da prosa ensaística de Vargas Llosa.

  2. Prevalence and risk factors of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex infection in slaughtered cattle at Jos South Abattoir, Plateau State, Nigeria.

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    Okeke, Lilian Akudo; Cadmus, Simeon; Okeke, Ikenna Osemeka; Muhammad, Maryam; Awoloh, Oluchi; Dairo, David; Waziri, Endie Ndadilnasiya; Olayinka, Adebola; Nguku, Patrick Mboyo; Fawole, Olufunmilayo

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    Bovine tuberculosis (BTB) is widespread yet poorly controlled in Nigeria hence posing a public health threat. This study determined the prevalence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (MTC) and factors associated with MTC among slaughtered cattle at Jos South Abattoir in Plateau State, Nigeria. We conducted a cross sectional study in which we collected 168 lung samples systematically from 485 slaughtered cattle from May-June, 2012, and tested for acid fast bacilli (AFB) using Ziehl-Neelsen test and a duplex polymerase chain reaction technique (PCR) for MTC detection. Data on cattle socio-demographic characteristics and risk factors for zoonotic BTB infection was obtained and analyzed using Epi info version 3.5.3 to determine frequency, proportions, and prevalence odds ratios. Multiple logistic regression was done at 95% Confidence Interval (CI). The mean age of the cattle was 5.6 ± 1.3 years and (108) 64.3% were females. Majority were indigenous White Fulani breed of cattle (58.5%) and about half (54.8%) were slightly emaciated. Prevalence of MTB complex was 21.4% by AFB test and 16.7% by duplex PCR. Of 33 (19.6%) lungs with lesions, 27 (81.8%) were positive for AFB; while of 135 (80.4%) lungs without lesions, 9 (6.7%) were positive for AFB. Lungs with lesions were 52 times more likely to test positive to AFB test compared to tissues without lesions (AOR=52.3; 95% CI: 16.4-191.8). The presence of MTC in cattle signifies its potential risk to public health. Presence of lesions on lungs is a reliable indicator of MTC infection that meat inspectors should look out for.

  3. Business tourism: a guest opinion about relationship marketing practices of the hotel network in São José dos Campos (SP Turismo de negócios: a opinião de hóspedes sobre as ações de marketing de relacionamento da rede hoteleira de São José dos Campos (SP

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    Juliana Fátima da Silva Cané

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    Full Text Available This study aimed to analyze the Relationship Marketing used in the hotel network in Sao José dos Campos, facing the tourism business. Relationship Marketing is an ongoing process of identifying and creating new value with individual customers and sharing their benefits for a lifetime partnership and a proper marketing aspect of the hospitality industry. The aim of this study was to identify the views of customers in relation to the practices of Relationship Marketing used by the chain of São José dos Campos (SP. The methodology used in this study consisted of an empirical field studies in which questionnaires were administered to 90 clients of hotels in São José dos Campos. The results indicate that the public, which is partly composed of foreigners, and therefore have references international hotel chain, identify some of the actions taken by the hotel chain. It is evident that the major hotel chains working in the city of São José dos Campos, conduct their business by applying some elements of relationship marketing, which make, in general, the public served opine positively on the services provided.Este trabalho buscou analisar o Marketing de Relacionamento utilizado na rede hoteleira de São José dos Campos, voltada para o turismo de negócios. O Marketing de Relacionamento é o processo contínuo de identificação e criação de novos valores, com clientes individuais, o compartilhamento de seus benefícios durante uma vida toda de parceria e uma vertente do marketing adequada ao setor hoteleiro. O objetivo geral deste trabalho foi identificar a opinião dos clientes em relação às práticas de Marketing de Relacionamento usadas pela rede hoteleira de São José dos Campos (SP. A metodologia utilizada neste estudo consistiu em uma pesquisa empírica de campo, na qual foram aplicados questionários a 90 clientes dos hotéis de São José dos Campos. Os resultados indicaram que o público, que é parcialmente composto por

  4. Estudo morfológico de Schistosoma mansoni pertencentes a linhagens de Belo Horizonte (MG e de São José dos Campos (SP Morphologic studies of Schistosoma mansoni strains from Belo Horizonte MG and S. José dos Campos, SP (Brazil

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    Full Text Available Foram estudados morfologicamente exemplares de S. mansoni adultos das linhagens de Belo Horizonte (MG, e de São José dos Campos (SP, Brasil. Concluiu-se haver diferenças significativas referentes às medidas de comprimento do verme, distância entre as ventosas oral e acetabular, distância entre a parte anterior dos vermes e a extremidade distal das gônadas e quanto ao número de testículos.Two strains of Schistosoma mansoni (Belo Horizonte, MG and S. José dos Campos, SP, Brazil are morphologically studied. Some numerical characteristics are found to be different between the strains. These differences are as follows: lenght, distance from the oral sucker until the ventral sucker, distance between the anterior pole of the worm and the distal part of the gonads and finally the number of testes.

  5. José Joaquín Calvo López, fundador del Instituto Literario, hoy Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua

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    Full Text Available Este trabajo muestra la vida de José Joaquín Calvo López. Describe su origen y familia en Cuba, donde nace, así como el contexto cultural donde se desarrolló. Sus antecedentes repercuten en Chihuahua, cuando toma la determinación de crear el Instituto Literario con la visión educativa aprendida en su país natal y en consonancia con los ideólogos cubanos José de la Luz Caballero y Félix Varela. También se describe su trayectoria militar en México, primero en su lucha contra los insurgentes y después ya como independentista, así como su paso y desempeño como jefe militar en distintos territorios nacionales, hasta llegar a Chihuahua. Desde luego se hace énfasis en la decisión de crear el Instituto Literario de Chihuahua en 1835 y la trascendencia que tuvo, ya que al paso del tiempo se convierte en lo que ahora es la Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua (UACH. Complementariamente se describe la vida e importancia de Antonio Cipriano Yrigoyen de la O, porque fue el autor intelectual académico de la creación del Instituto Literario, mientras que José Joaquín Calvo López lo fue desde la perspectiva política. Los dos personajes son clave y su trayectoria poco reconocida al gestar una institución de educación superior tan importante. El trabajo se construye bajo el enfoque de la historia crítica a partir de las evidencias documentales localizadas en archivos históricos de Chihuahua (México, La Habana (Cuba y Nuevo México (Estados Unidos de Norteamérica. Los hallazgos ayudan a reconstruir la historia educativa de Chihuahua.

  6. O horror como performance da morte: José Mojica Marins e a tradição do Grand Guignol

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    Full Text Available This paper discusses aspects of the “Coffin Joe” trilogy directed by José Mojica Marins (At Midnight I'll Take Your Soul, 1964; This Night I’ll Possess Your Corpse, 1967; Embodiment of Evil, 2008, taking as its starting point the French tradition of the Theatre of the Grand Guignol (1897-1962. We also discuss how the graphic elements of horror were inserted and recycled in these films, according to paradigm shifts in the genre on the international scene since the 1960s.

  7. El proceso de negociación entre el Gobierno y ETA durante la etapa de José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero (2004-2011)

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    Tras producirse el anuncio por parte de ETA del abandono de la lucha armada (20 de octubre 2011), hay que hacer balance de la política antiterrorista de José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, basada en el uso de todas las vías para hacer posible la paz, incluido el diálogo. ¿Fue una estrategia equivocada? ¿Contribuyó a la declaración de ETA? El fracaso del proceso de negociación y el ruido mediático han ocultado las consecuencias positivas que tuvo para impulsar un cambio de estrategia en la izquierda...

  8. Manejo adecuado de los desechos en pequeños viveros del Cantón de Moravia de la Provincia de San José

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    Informe Final de Investigación 4. Resumen: Este proyecto se realizó en la Asociación de las Fuerzas vivas de Moravia. Conformada por pequeños productores de hortalizas por medio de la técnica de hidroponía. El objetivo del proyecto fue aumentar la competitividad de este grupo de micro empresas del distrito dos del cantón de Moravia, Provincia de San José, para realicen su actividad de una manera más eficientes en el uso de los recursos, disminuyan la generación de sus desechos y su impa...

  9. Don Fernando José López de Cárdenas, descubridor del Arte Rupestre Esquemático (1783

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    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Fue en 1783 cuando en realidad podemos decir que comienza la Historia del Arte Rupestre esquemático peninsular con el descubrimiento que de él hizo don Fernando José López de Cárdenas, en la Peña Escrita y en La Batanera de Fuencaliente, noticia de la que dio puntual referencia al Conde de Floridablanca con quien mantenía correspondencia regular en su calidad de pensionado que era de S.M. para colaborar en la recogida de minerales para el Real Gabinete de Historia Natural.

  10. El organero novohispano Manuel José Chacón y el órgano parroquial de la villa de Atlixco (Puebla de México)

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    2008-01-01

    In this article are reported some of the facets of the activities of one of the most notable vice- regal organ-builders family, which workshop was developed principally in the city and bishopship of Puebla de los Angeles on the 18th century. Contributing particularly with new facts of one of its members: the organ-builder, treatise and “Profesor de música instrumental”, Manuel José Chacón, who is as well related to the Puebla Cathedral as Organ maintainer; on the other hand we are contributin...

  11. Uma voz em estilhaços: o que fica? (a propósito de 5 “homeóstatos” de José Alberto Marques

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    Full Text Available http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/1807-9288.2016v12n1p79 Fixando-nos em apenas cinco homeóstatos de José Alberto Marques e procurando neles a simbólica desse número, tentámos interpretar o processo de criação poética do autor, enquanto combinatória de dois sistemas de signos (linguísticos e figurativos, perscrutando, na sombra dessa poética, a projecção de um futuro electrónico.

  12. ‘The Eternal No-Return’: Melancholy and Deterritorialization in the Cántigas de Alén by José Ángel Valente

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    Margarita García Candeira

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    Full Text Available The article explores Cántigas de alén, published in 1989 by José Ángel Valente, in light of the exiled and bilingual condition of its author. In this sense, the collection can be seen as a peculiar elegy for a part of Valente’s personal and authorial identity; its loss generates a melancholic pattern that encourages an impossible return. The premise of a Galician identity based in deterritorialization, in which a complex reformulation of saudade acquires a special relevance, is shaped by the precarious language.

  13. El "otro" México del exilio republicano: la visión de José Lion Depetre y La tragedia de Méjico (1954

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    Luis ARIAS GONZÁLEZ

    2010-02-01

    Full Text Available RESUMEN: Los exiliados españoles de la Guerra Civil acogidos generosamente en México, se encontraron con un país muy diferente al esperado; muy pocos se atrevieron, sin embargo, a expresar sus críticas de forma pública. José Lión Depetre, diplomático fiel a la República, vuelve a España en 1953 y publica un libro al año siguiente haciéndose portavoz de estas críticas y recogiendo una visión peculiar sobre la nación azteca. El artículo analiza esta obra, sus motivaciones y la compleja personalidad del autor exponente de un sector poco considerado del exilio: el de los intelectuales retornados, así como las repercusiones que tuvo la aparición de este ensayo en la España de Franco y en la España trasterrada. Palabras clave: Exilio republicano, México, Lázaro Cárdenas, José Lion Depetre, intelectualidad republicana, retornados, Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores, Martín Artajo. ABSTRACT: The Spanish exiles from the Civil War who were generously welcomed in México, encountered a country very different from what they expected. However, very few of them dare to express their opinions in public. José Lión Depetre, a diplomat loyal to the Spanish Republic, returned to Spain in 1953 and published a book the following year in which he took on the role as a spokesman for those criticisms and expressed a very peculiar view about the aztec nation. This article analises his work, its motivation and the author´s complex personality who is a clear example of a sector of the exiles which has attracted little attention: that of the returned intellectuals, as well as the consequences that the essay had on the Spain under Franco and on the Spanish exiles in general. Keywords: Republican exile, Mexico, Lázaro Cárdenas, José Lión Depetre, republican intellectuals, returned exiles, Foreign Office, Martín Artajo.

  14. Crucero de evaluación del recurso merluza y otros dermesales BIC José Olaya Balandra 9806-07 de Puerto Pizarro a Huarmey

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    Zeballos Flor, Jorge; Samamé, Manuel; Romero, Miguel

    1998-01-01

    Presenta la composición especiólogica por lance de pesca realizado durante el Crucero BIC José Olaya Balandra 9806-07, del 27 de junio al 13 de julio de 1998. El análisis se realizó identificando los grupos taxonómicos y los pesos por especies. En total se registraron 126 especies: 96 peces, 19 crustáceos, 3 moluscos, 6 equinodermos, un cnidario y una "tortuga loro" Lepidochelys olivacea como pesca accidental. La captura total en el área estudiada fue de 24.192,86 kg, de los cuales 24.0...

  15. Errores de prescripción en el área de consulta externa del Hospital José Félix Valdivieso Santa Isabel 2010

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    2010-01-01

    El objetivo general de esta investigación, es determinar errores técnicos y legales de prescripción médica, en el área de consulta externa del Hospital José Félix Valdivieso- Santa Isabel, con el fin de poder determinar la frecuencia de errores en la prescripción médica, identificar y cuantificar las causas que originan estos errores, mejorar la calidad de la receta a través de una estrategia educativa de intervención farmacéutica, describir el impacto de la intervención farmacéutica refl...

  16. Clima escolar y su relación con la calidad educativa en la I.E. Coronel José Joaquin Inclán 2015

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    2015-01-01

    El objetivo fue determinar si existe relación entre el clima escolar y la calidad educativa en la Institución Educativa ―José Joaquín Inclán‖, en el distrito del San Juan de Miraflores, periodo 2015. La investigación tuvo un enfoque cuantitativo, de tipo descriptivo correlacional, de diseño no experimental. La población estuvo compuesta por 180 alumnos, de los cuales se tomó una muestra de 123 participantes, obtenidos por muestreo aleatorio, a quienes se les aplicó una encuesta de 12 pregunta...

  17. Entre Huayronqos e Ayawantus: o ciclo de vida e morte no projeto literário de José María Arguedas

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    Roseli Barros Cunha

    2010-10-01

    Full Text Available Based on biographical data and intellectual production of José María Arguedas, who lived and studied the myths of indigenous Andean culture related to the cycle of life and death, we will explore this issue here in some of his ethnographic writings and novels like Los ríos profundos (1958 and El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo (1971, linking it to the literary project of the Peruvian author the critical approach by Ángel Rama in Transculturación en América Latina (1982.

  18. City, marginalization, and violence in José B. Adolph's Mañana, las ratas. Between realism and science-fiction

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    Rodja Bernardoni

    2018-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper aims to investigate the novel Mañana, las ratas by the peruvian-german author  José Bernardo Adolph. Our intention is to analyze the book to point out how through cience-fiction, a literary genre usually considered as marginal, Adolph succeed in creating a text that, by representig the exclusionist dynamics and the conflicts between center and margin of peruvian urban society  of the 70’s, unmask the true nature of Power and of its stategies.

  19. City, marginalization, and violence in José B. Adolph's Mañana, las ratas. Between realism and science-fiction

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    Rodja Bernardoni

    2018-01-01

    This paper aims to investigate the novel Mañana, las ratas by the peruvian-german author  José Bernardo Adolph. Our intention is to analyze the book to point out how through cience-fiction, a literary genre usually considered as marginal, Adolph succeed in creating a text that, by representig the exclusionist dynamics and the conflicts between center and margin of peruvian urban society  of the 70’s, unmask the true nature of Power and of its stategies.

  20. Retorno de un cruzado, by José Jiménez Lozano. Creation, Intertextuality and Originality of a Writing Process

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    Full Text Available This paper analyzes the writing process of José Jiménez Lozano’s Retorno de un cruzado (2013, his 24th novel. First, taking into account the author’s comments about the creation of the text, it presents the different versions and the literary reasons for his final choice. Second, literary intertextualities found in the novel are examined. Finally, the condition of the main character as storyteller is identified as the novel’s major source of originality.

  1. Critical Path Method application to strategic planning project at Teaching Paediatrics Hospital “José Martí” in Sancti Spíritus province.

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    Manuel Hung Varela

    2010-01-01

    Present work was making at Teaching Paediatrics Hospital “José Martí” in Sancti Spíritus province, Sancti Spíritus city. Its main purpose is apply a control and planning system to a strategic planning project at mentioned entity, getting by this way to contribute to efficacy and efficient of planning process, through Critical Path Method. To it, was use tools like classic strategic planning procedure and software like WINQSB. As result, is obtaining the project estimate duration, the nece...

  2. Los notarios del olvido: Memoria y silencio. La antropofagia discursiva de Mazurca para dos muertos de Camilo José Cela

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    Mariela Sánchez

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    Full Text Available This article attempts an analysis of the configuration of memory in Camilo José Cela's Mazurca para dos muertos, based on the outburst of voices that can be traced throughout the text. The complex use of polyphony in this novel admits a reading focused on the way that the presence and absence of communication become central axes in the orchestration of a particular history of the Civil War. This history emerges from the fragmentation caused by the selective character of memories.

  3. Biología reproductiva, crecimiento y dieta del caracol ciego Buccinanops cochlidium (Dillwyn, 1817) (Gastropoda: Nassariidae) en el golfo San José, Patagonia Argentina

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    2009-01-01

    El genero Buccinanops (dŽOrbigny, 1841) (Caenogastropoda, Nassariidae) es endémico del océano Atlántico sudoccidental, y su nombre significa "sin ojos", debido a su ausencia en los adultos. El caracol Buccinanops cochlidium (Dillwyn, 1817) se distribuye en aguas someras de las costas desde el paralelo 19ºS (Brasil) hasta el golfo San Matias (43º44ŽS) en Argentina, a profundidades entre 5 y 50m. En el golfo San José habita aguas someras en fondos de sedimento fino. Se realizo un estudio de la ...

  4. La ceguera como motivo en Ensayo sobre la ceguera de José Saramago e Informe sobre ciegos de Ernesto Sábato

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    Fonseca, Marco Antonio

    2008-01-01

    El trabajo de investigación, El motivo de la ceguera en el Ensayo sobre la ceguera de José Saramago e Informe sobre ciegos de Ernesto Sábato, analiza desde el área y la metodología de la literatura comparada el uso del motivo literario de la ceguera en los dos textos mencionados, resaltando las similitudes y diferencias del tratamiento del motivo dentro de las dos obras y como éste sostiene una serie de obsesiones e ideas sobre el estado actual del mundo que comparten los autores de las dos n...

  5. A Jangada de Pedra de José Saramago : repertório e sistema interliterário ibérico

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    2008-01-01

    Uma versão inicial deste artigo foi apresentada no II Congresso sobre o Ensino do Espanhol em Portugal, Universidade do Minho (Maio, 2006) O objetivo deste artigo é problematizar e descrever como se relaciona o texto de José Saramago A Jangada de Pedra (1986) com o sistema interliterário peninsular a partir, em primeiro lugar, do repertório em jogo no texto e, em segundo lugar, de algumas leituras da obra que foram surgindo no âmbito literário, fundamentalmente mas não exclusivamente. Noçõ...

  6. Serological evidence of egg drop syndrome’1976 (EDS’76) in free-range chickens at chicken market sites in Jos, Nigeria

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    SALIHU, A. Elayo; JOANNIS, T. Mamuela; ONWULIRI, F. Chukwuemeka; IBU, J. Okpabi

    2010-01-01

    Serological evidence of EDS'76 virus in free-range chickens at the various chicken markets (Kasuwan kaji, New market, Gada biyu, and Kugiya) located in Jos and its environs was investigated through antibody detection. The serum samples randomly collected from chickens were assayed for antibodies against EDS'76 virus by haemagglutination-inhibition (HI) test. It was observed that 292 (15.2%) of the 1920 sera tested were positive for EDS'76 antibodies with HI titres r...

  7. José María Arguedas. Urpi,fieru,quri,sonqoyky. Estudio sobre la poesía de Arguedas

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    Jorge Valenzuela Garcés

    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available El trabajo ganador de la II Bienal de Ensayo Premio Copé Internacional 2010, José María Arguedas. Urpi, fieru, quri, sonqo-yky. Poesía, poesía de Mauro Mamani Mace-do tiene los méritos de todo buen ensayo: una eficiente y lúcida prosa y esa proximi-dad subjetiva con la materia tratada que nos permite observar al ensayista en su momento crucial, ese momento en el que se descubre a sí mismo describiendo su objeto de reflexión.

  8. (Pós Modernidade, Razão e Religião Cristã: o Pensamento de Zygmunt Bauman e José Maria Mardones

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    Roberto Donizeti da Silva

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    Full Text Available SILVA, Roberto Donizeti da. (Pós Modernidade, Razão e Religião Cristã: o Pensamento de Zygmunt Bauman e José Maria Mardones. 2013. 98p. Dissertação (Mestrado em Ciências da Religião - Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, Programa de Pós-graduação em Ciências da Religião, Belo Horizonte.

  9. Incendio en un hospital en el siglo XVIII: Análisis del acontecimiento descrito por Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes Hospital fire: Analysis as described by Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes

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    Mª Teresa Miralles Sangro

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available El trabajo analiza el ámbito de un hecho luctuoso y dramático que se produce en el año 1778, cuando un enorme incendio destruye el Teatro de Comedias del Hospital de Nuestra Señora de Gracia, en Zaragoza. El acontecimiento lo recoge el pintor aragonés Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes, en 1808, en la obra conocida como Incendio de un hospital. Se trata de un estudio descriptivo e interpretativo realizado a partir de la obra de Goya y que nosotros relacionaremos con la historia de la enfermería. A través de lo representado, nuestro primer objetivo será evaluar la presencia de enfermería en el contexto, para después conectar el protagonismo de los personajes hospitalizados con el de los encargados de su cuidado en el hospital. El análisis iconográfico nos ha permitido identificar la obra como una composición dinámica en la que, aunque lo más llamativo sea el fuego, el elemento más importante es el ser humano. Llama la atención, en este sentido, no encontrar rastro de la enfermería en la representación, de donde podremos aventurar que la memoria colectiva no dotó de la suficiente identidad a la enfermería de los últimos años del s. XVIII.The paper analyzes the context of a dramatic and tragic event that occurs in the year 1778, when a huge fire destroyed the Comedy Theater Hospital in Nuestra Señora de Gracia Hospital, Zaragoza. The event describes the Aragonese painter Francisco Jose de Goya and Luciente in 1808, in the play known as ‘a hospital fire'. This is a descriptive and interpretive study originating from the works of Goya and we related to the history of nursing. Through this representation, our first objective is to assess the presence of nursing in this context and then connect the role of the hospitalised people with their carers in the hospital. Iconographic analysis has enabled us to identify the work as a dynamic composition in which, although the most striking thing is the fire, the most important

  10. Quentin Skinner, Staten og friheten. Oslo: Res Publica, 2011. José Luis Martí and Philip Pettit, A Political Philosophy in Public Life. Civic Republicanism in Zapatero's Spain. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2010 (Simon Laumann Jørgensen)

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    Jørgensen, Simon Laumann

    2012-01-01

    Anmeldelse af Quentin Skinner, Staten og friheten, Oslo: Res Publica 2011, 199 NOK & José Luis Martí & Philip Pettit, A Political Philosophy in Public Life. Civic Republicanism in Zapatero’s Spain, Princeton: Princeton University Press 2010, $ 24.95......Anmeldelse af Quentin Skinner, Staten og friheten, Oslo: Res Publica 2011, 199 NOK & José Luis Martí & Philip Pettit, A Political Philosophy in Public Life. Civic Republicanism in Zapatero’s Spain, Princeton: Princeton University Press 2010, $ 24.95...

  11. Assessment of direct causes and costs of medical admissions in Bingham University Teaching Hospital – Jos, Nigeria

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    Peter U Bassi

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    Full Text Available >Background: As health-care costs continue to rise and the population ages, an individual Nigerian continues to experience financial hardship in settling medical bills, especially when health insurance schemes are still far from reality for most Nigerians, making health-care financing burdensome in Nigeria like many developing countries. This has made out-of-pocket expenditure the most common form of health-care financing.Aims: This study assessed the average costs, duration, and causes of inpatient admission so as to know the direct costs associated with medical care for proper health-care planning.Settings and Design: This was a pilot study of a prospective cohort design whereby all patients were admitted to medical wards during the study period.Materials and Methods: Cost analysis was performed from the societal perspective, but included only direct medical care cost for this analysis. Patients input charts and pharmacy dispensing charts of all patients admitted to medical wards between May and July 2015 were reviewed. All costs were in local currency (Naira using the average exchange rates proposed by Central Bank of Nigeria for June 2015.Statistical sAnalysis Used: Statistical analysis was carried out using SPSS version 20.Results: A total of 293 out of 320 patients met inclusion criteria and were assessed. Female patients admitted during the study period had an overall higher mean cost of care ₦84, 303.94 ± 6860.56 (95% confidence interval [CI]: 68,991.65–96,103.27 compared to male patients ₦68, 601.59 ± 57,178.37 (95% CI: 59,081.51–78,121.67 (P < 0.102. Civil servants had higher mean overall costs of care ₦90, 961.70 ± 105,175.62 (95% CI: 65,883.46–116,039.94 (P < 0.203.Conclusions: The higher prevalence of female patients with higher mean cost of inpatient care in this study suggests that Jos females may be more health conscious than their male counterparts. Overall mean cost of inpatient care stay was not proportional to

  12. A propósito de José Gaos: una sociofilosofía de un transterrado

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    Full Text Available Para el autor de «Historia de nuestra idea del mundo», los puntos de referencia de cada cultura establecen el pensamiento reflexivo de cada sociedad en un momento concreto de su formación. De esta manera, la Sociología del Conocimiento y la Sociología de la Cultura coinciden en la Historia del pensamiento español. Esta va a ser una de las grandes aportaciones de Gaos al pensamiento español e hispanoamericano como lo reconocerá el mismo Octavio Paz. Pero lo auténticamente original de todo este planteamiento gnoseológico va a provenir del hecho según el cual la conciencia intelectual establece sus puntos de referencia sobre la conciencia cultural de la comunidad. Estamos ante una Sociología culturalista que abre el horizonte del conocimiento de una época a partir de sus representaciones sensibles, ya que estas representaciones sensibles y estéticas, no obstante, son los resultados de unos acontecimientos sociales sobre los que se cimenta la estructura simbólica de cada sociedad considerada como sistema, tal y como Ortega comprendía la Historia. En suma, para la Sociofilosofía o Filosociología de José Gaos, la convergencia entre lo europeo y lo hispano nace de la concepción de nuestra idea del mundo desde el punto de vista de las múltiples encrucijadas en las que ésta se ha ido conformando. Con ello, Gaos crea una nueva Sociología de la Cultura y del Conocimiento en la que su obra surge como el punto de unión entre la cultura europea y la cultura hispanoamericana a partir de la revalorización de la síntesis entre creación estética y literaria y reflexión filosófica y social.

  13. Representaciones sociales de padres de adolescentes sobre la sexualidad en San José de Cúcuta, Colombia 2015

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    Full Text Available RESUMEN En el artículo da una mirada sobre las representaciones sociales que tienen los padres con hijos adolescentes sobre sexualidad, teniendo en cuenta que la sexualidad por ser un tema importante en la vida del ser humano, se adhiere o no de forma precisa en la etapa de la adolescencia, contara con dos fases, la primera fase de la investigación se llevó a cabo por medio de dos aplicaciones en dos contextos diferentes con 16 participantes entre ellos 8 padres de familia y 8 adolescentes de edades entre 12 y 17 años de edad, residentes en San José de Cúcuta, donde se aplicó entrevista semi-estructurada, grupo focal y diario de campo. En los resultados obtenidos se logró identificar que las representaciones sociales por parte de los padres acerca de la sexualidad, no son claras, persiste el desconocimiento en los temas y cohibiciones al hablar con sus hijos, de igual forma se evidencia que las representaciones si influyen de cierta manera en la vida sexual de sus hijos, pues ellos infieren un desconocimiento total del tema y no tienen noción de un guía que los pueda orientar pues la información recibida sobre sexualidad es insuficiente. Lo encontrado en la primera fase, permitirá profundizar aspectos relevantes y de importancia en la aplicación de instrumentos que se realizara en la segunda fase. ABSTRACT In the article looks on the social representations of parents with teens about sexuality, considering sexuality as an important in human life issue, adheres or not precisely on the stage adolescence, will have two phases, the first phase of the research was carried out by two applications in two different contexts with 16 participants including 8 parents and 8 adolescents aged between 12 and 17 years old living in San Jose de Cucuta, where semi-structured interviews, focus groups and field diary was applied. In the results it was possible to identify the social representations of parents about sexuality, are not clear, ignorance

  14. El proceso de negociación entre el Gobierno y ETA durante la etapa de José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero (2004-2011

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    Full Text Available Tras producirse el anuncio por parte de ETA del abandono de la lucha armada (20 de octubre 2011, hay que hacer balance de la política antiterrorista de José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, basada en el uso de todas las vías para hacer posible la paz, incluido el diálogo. ¿Fue una estrategia equivocada? ¿Contribuyó a la declaración de ETA? El fracaso del proceso de negociación y el ruido mediático han ocultado las consecuencias positivas que tuvo para impulsar un cambio de estrategia en la izquierda abertzale que potenciara una lucha política ajena a las armas.Palabras Clave:_________________________ After the ETA´s announcement about the end of the armed conflict (20 October 2011, it´s necessary to make an evaluation of the antiterrorist policy in terms of office of José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, which was based on use of all the ways to make peace, including dialogue. Was a wrong strategy or contributed to the declaration of ETA? The failure of negociation process and mediatical controversies have concealled that this strategy had positive consequences and impelled a change in the izquierda abertzale to boost a political struggle completely alien to weapons.Keywords:

  15. Air pollution in a tropical city: the relationship between wind direction and lichen bio-indicators in San José, Costa Rica.

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    Bustamante, Erich Neurohr; Monge-Nájera, Julián; González Lutz, María Isabel

    2011-06-01

    Lichens are good bio-indicators of air pollution, but in most tropical countries there are few studies on the subject; however, in the city of San José, Costa Rica, the relationship between air pollution and lichens has been studied for decades. In this article we evaluate the hypothesis that air pollution is lower where the wind enters the urban area (Northeast) and higher where it exits San José (Southwest). We identified the urban parks with a minimum area of approximately 5,000 m2 and randomly selected a sample of 40 parks located along the passage of wind through the city. To measure lichen coverage, we applied a previously validated 10 x 20 cm template with 50 random points to five trees per park (1.5m above ground, to the side with most lichens). Our results (years 2008 and 2009) fully agree with the generally accepted view that lichens reflect air pollution carried by circulating air masses. The practical implication is that the air enters the city relatively clean by the semi-rural and economically middle class area of Coronado, and leaves through the developed neighborhoods of Escazú and Santa Ana with a significant amount of pollutants. In the dry season, the live lichen coverage of this tropical city was lower than in the May to December rainy season, a pattern that contrasts with temperate habitats; but regardless of the season, pollution follows the pattern of wind movement through the city.

  16. José Martí, la Educación como Herramienta de Transformación y Liberación

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    Héctor Hernández Pardo

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    Full Text Available José Martí otorgó a la educación un papel fundamental como elemento de transformación sociopolítica y económica en donde los métodos socráticos fueron reinventados para superar las metodologías conservadoras que acompañaban a la intelectualidad más reaccionaria. Para Martí, la educación debía estar encaminada a la liberación, pero basándose en el conocimiento y en la revalorización de la cultura y los valores latinoamericanos, y en manera alguna podía ser privilegio exclusivo de una clase.   José Martí gave to education a fundamental role as an element of socio-political and economic transformation, in which Socratic methods were reinvented to overcome conservative methodologies which were embedded in the most reactionary intellectuals. Therefore, this paper looks at his perspective over education. On the one hand, he argued it should be oriented towards liberation, but only insofar as it was based on the knowledge and appreciation of Latin American culture and values, and on the other, he highlighted that under no circumstances should it be an exclusive privilege of a social class.

  17. El obsceno pájaro de la noche y el absurdo en la obra de José Donoso

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    Full Text Available This essay analyses the presence of the aesthetics of the absurd in José Donoso’s El obsceno pájaro de la noche (1970. The appearance of such aesthetic category in the author’s novel is observed as deriving from the previous avant-garde engagements of Donoso’s narrative, where experimentalism is discernible already in his early works from the late 50’s and early 60’s. El obsceno pájaro de la noche will appear as the culmination of Donoso’s first phase, and where the irrational and fragmented discourse produced by the delirious mind of the protagonist will disclose the contradictions present in the novel as the direct expression of existential lack of meaning

    Este ensayo analiza la estética del absurdo en El obsceno pájaro de la noche (1970, de José Donoso. La presencia de tal estética en la novela aparece como desarrollo del vanguardismo de las primeras obras del Donoso publicadas en últimos años del los 50 y en los 60. El obsceno pájaro de la noche representa la cumbre de la primera fase del autor. Allí, el discurso irracional y fragmentado producido por la mente delirante del protagonista expresa la ausencia de sentido existencial como eje fundamental de la obra.

  18. La poética del forastero en El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo, de José María Arguedas

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    Mónica Bernabé

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available Leídos en el marco que impone la totalidad de los textos reunidos bajo el nombre de José María Arguedas, los diarios de El zorro... constituyen un fragmento dentro de un espacio autobiográfico mayor en el que se despliegan las variaciones en la figuración de la persona del autor. Ellas van desde el sesgo autobiográfico de algunos personajes de sus novelas hasta su autorrepresentación en ensayos etnográficos y folclóricos; también incluyen las cartas a la doctora Hoffmann y a John Murra además de sus “confesiones” en el Primer Encuentro de Narradores Peruanos del año 1965 en Arequipa. Más aún, si desistimos del régimen de verdad –y el estatuto de “autor-idad” que suele asumir para la crítica literaria la palabra del autor– podríamos confrontar los diversos relatos que establecen un espacio autobiográfico para trazar las marcas de las diferencias en los modos de autofiguración de José María Arguedas.

  19. La narrativa fílmica de José Emilio Pacheco: el guion cinematográfico El castillo de la pureza

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    Alessandro Rocco

    2016-07-01

    Full Text Available El artículo propone una lectura crítica del guion cinematográfico El castillo de la pureza, del escritor José Emilio Pacheco, con el objetivo de insertar el texto en el marco de la obra narrativa del autor. Se examinan las analogías que presenta el guion con la descripción de la psicopatología del nazi en la novela Morirás lejos, y con el tema del despertar erótico del adolescente en El principio del placer y Las batallas en el desierto. This article proposes a critical analisis of the screenplay El castillo de la pureza, by José Emilio Pacheco, in order to bring new light on the relationship between this text and the author’s lite rary works. It will focus on the analogies between the screenplay and the description of the psichopatology of the nazi in the novel Morirás lejos, and the theme of erotic awake in the young characters of El principio del placer and Las batallas en el desierto.

  20. Identification and dating of indigenous water storage reservoirs along the Rio San José at Laguna Pueblo, western New Mexico, USA

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    Huckleberry, Gary; Ferguson, T.J.; Rittenour, Tammy M.; Banet, Chris; Mahan, Shannon

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    An investigation into indigenous water storage on the Rio San José in western New Mexico was conducted in support of efforts by the Pueblo of Laguna to adjudicate their water rights. Here we focus on stratigraphy and geochronology of two Native American-constructed reservoirs. One reservoir located near the community of Casa Blanca was formed by a ∼600 m (2000 feet) long stone masonry dam that impounded ∼1.6 × 106 m3 (∼1300 acre-feet) of stored water. Four optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) ages obtained on reservoir deposits indicate that the dam was constructed prior to AD 1825. The other reservoir is located adjacent to Old Laguna Pueblo and contains only a small remnant of its former earthen dam. The depth and distribution of reservoir deposits and a photogrammetric analyses of relict shorelines indicate a storage capacity of ∼6.5 × 106 m3 (∼5300 ac-ft). OSL ages from above and below the base of the reservoir indicate that the reservoir was constructed sometime after AD 1370 but before AD 1750. The results of our investigation are consistent with Laguna oral history and Spanish accounts demonstrating indigenous construction of significant water-storage reservoirs on the Rio San José prior to the late nineteenth century.

  1. [Embryology and "official science": the contribution of the anatomical school of José Escolar to embryology during the first Francoism (1939-1959)].

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    2015-01-01

    In this paper, we analyse the contribution of the anatomical school of José Escolar (1913-1998) to embryology during the first two decades of the Francoist dictatorship. Special attention is paid to the process by which the Spanish group, with the support of the new Superior National Research Council, made contact with the German morphology being developed by Hugo Spatz (1888-1979) at the Max Planck-Institut für Hirnforschung. Our study reveals the numerous influences that finally led to the anatomy and embryology of Escolar. In Spain, we found a direct influence of the Gegenbaurian morphology of Gumersindo Sánchez Guisande (1894-1976) and the neuroanatomy of Juan José Barcia Goyanes (1901-2003), full of references to studies by Braus. International contacts of the "Escolarian group", first with North America and then with Germany, created a homogeneous group with a single anatomy (functional and ontophylogenetic) but with so many research interests that subspecialisations had to be developed. An important embryological work resulted from an intense relationship with the German anatomical community during the 1950s. Escolar worked in this field on the development of the amygdala and allocortex, Fernando Reinoso studied the embryology of the diencephalon and Smith Victor Agreda, along with the German scientist Rudolf Diepen, made some important discoveries on the development of the hypothalamic-pituitary system.

  2. El problema de la identidad nacional en la obra de José Carlos Mariátegui

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    Full Text Available Au début du XXe siècle, le mouvement « indigéniste » et les idées socialistes se propagent dans tout le Pérou. Nombre de jeunes écrivains, qui voulaient résoudre le problème indien au Pérou et en Amérique Latine, lisent avec beaucoup d’intérêt les ouvrages de Marx, Lénine et Engels. Le marxisme est perçu comme un programme pour expliquer le monde moderne. Cette idéologie influence l’œuvre de l’intellectuel le plus charismatique de cette époque : José Carlos Mariátegui. C’est dans ce contexte qu’il convient de situer son œuvre la plus importante, Siete ensayos de interpretación de la realidad peruana. Dans ce livre, Mariátegui rêve d’un Pérou « intégral », modèle national fondé sur l’unité de toutes les races. Mais, cet ouvrage est parsemé de contradictions qui brisent l’idée d’intégration : des problèmes sociaux et raciaux qui vont à l’encontre de cette cohésion nationale à laquelle Mariátegui aspire, et qui sont le reflet d’une méconnaissance de la réalité.At the beginning of the XXth century, the Indigenist movement and socialist ideology spread out all over Peru. The young writers read Marx, Lenin and Engels’books with a lot of interest, in order to cope with the Indian issue in Peru and South America. Marxism is considered as a valid model to explain the world. This ideology inspires one of the most charismatic intellectuals of this time : Carlos Mariátegui. Siete ensayos de interpretación de la realidad peruana, his most important work has to be replaced in this context. In this book, Mariátegui pleads for an « integral » Peru, a national model based on the unity of all races. But there are some contradictions in this book, which break the idea of integration: social and racial problems which are not consistent with the national cohesion that Mariátegui claims, and which point out some misunderstanding in his analysis of reality.En claro paralelismo con el

  3. 'Ardor con ardor se apaga' de José Ricardo Morales y la actualización de la noción de ‘las tres culturas’ como estrategia discursiva

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    In this article, we study the updated notion of ‘the three cultures’ as a discursive strategy, which allows José Ricardo Morales to undermine the stereotypes of a specific identity construction. Morales use Don Juan’s myth to subvert it and to propose a new reading of this character. Besides,

  4. José Manuel Lucía Megías, ed., Lope de Vega en la piel de Brugalla. La Colección Lope de Vega de la Biblioteca Histórica Municipal

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    Full Text Available Review of José Manuel Lucía Megías, ed., Lope de Vega en la piel de Brugalla. La Colección Lope de Vega de la Biblioteca Histórica Municipal, Ayuntamiento de Madrid, Madrid, 2013, 254 pp. ISBN: 9788478127627.

  5. José María Díez Borque, dir., Álvaro Bustos Táuler and Elena Di Pinto Revuelta, eds., Hacia el gracioso: Comicidad en el teatro español del siglo XVI

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    Full Text Available Review of José María Díez Borque, dir., Álvaro Bustos Táuler and Elena Di Pinto Revuelta, eds., Hacia el gracioso: Comicidad en el teatro español del siglo XVI, Visor Libros, Madrid, 2014, 236 pp. ISBN: 9788498951547.

  6. José Víctor Arroyo Martín: Archivo Histórico BBVA: un centro para el conocimiento e investigación del mundo de la banca, la economía y la empresa

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    Full Text Available José Víctor Arroyo Martín: Archivo Histórico BBVA: un centro para el conocimiento e investigación del mundo de la banca, la economía y la empresa Historical Archive of BBVA: A Center for Knowledge and Research on Banking, Economics and Business

  7. JOS JOURNAL 2

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    1 syndrome of congenital anomalies. These syndromes include Holt-Oram syndrome, Down's syndrome, Fanconi Polycytemia, Meckel syndrome, Lawrence Moon Biedl syndrome,. Patau's syndrome and klippel-Trenaunay syndrome. There may also be associated cleft palate, hearing difficulties, renal anomalies, other. 3.

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    valuation at a focal date or by setting up an equation of value. ... Keywords: Annuity, Amortisation, Sinking Fund, Present and Future ..... To make these models more intuitive Tables 2 and 3 are presented to illustrate the processes of discounting or the concept of present value. Analysis of table 2 shows that an annuity of N ...

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    the modification of vaccine candidates to improve development techniques and further scientific understanding is known as 'iterative development'. The advantage of DNA vaccines over classical attenuated vaccines are numerous and include being able to mimic MHC class 1 CD8+ T cell specific responses that potentially ...

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    **Department of community health & Epidemiology College of health sciences, Benue State University. Makurdi ... the least used in developing countries of the world. ... 1 increasing by 75million yearly .Overpopulation continues to be a significant contributor to environmental degradation and human suffering. 1 worldwide .

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    Data collected was entered and analyzed using SPSS. Version 17. Results: The mean age of the workers was .... better, safe and necessary injection can help in ensuring success toward such human survival strategies. ... and projector with copies of Training manual on injection safety from the Fed Ministry of Health,. 13.

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    a spontaneous rupture of a blind eye. Panophthalmitis accounted for 16.7% while retinoblastoma accounted for 8.3% of the indications (table 1). Trauma was the leading indication for removal of the eye in adults while measles infection in 75% of the children led to ocular complications necessitating surgical removal of the ...

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    administration of Isoflurane, fentanyl, diazepam or acetaminophen and development of haemolytic crises in the 22 male G6PD-deficient children. The results of post-operative audit of the identified. 22 G6PD-deficient male patients with obstructive adenotonsillectomy are represented in table 2,3 and figure 1 shown overleaf.

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    reported experience with a firm, its products, or its services (ratings) .... to clients, inter-personal relations, mechanisms to ensure follow up and continuity and an appropriate constellation of services. The importance of peoples' perception of quality was demonstrated by ... the satisfaction of customers into account as a main.

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    Abstract. The case is a 35-year-old woman with recurrent spontaneous weakness of all the limbs of 2-year duration she had had four episodes in the past, the last 2 episodes were during pregnancy and immediate post natal period respectively, each episode lasted for five to ten days. There was a close consanguinity ...

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    Background: Indoor air pollution consists of toxic gases or particles that can harm people's health. These pollutants can build up rapidly indoors to levels much higher than those usually found outdoors. This study therefore seeks to determine the magnitude of indoor pollution in Plateau State and its effects. Methods: The ...

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    High flow hemangiomas can be treated with anti-angiogenesis agents such as interferon alpha -b or embolization which this. 2. [15] patient may benefit from if available. Adverse effects of these agents includes hemodynamic changes, viral symptoms ,blood dyscrasias and depression. Surgical care with laser and resection ...

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    precipitate labour were not significant risk factors for severe birth asphyxia in this study. Neonatal jaundice was significantly less common in the cases (52.0%) compared with the controls (76.0%) P value. = 0.046. Necrotizing enterocolitis and neonatal sepsis occurred more commonly in cases and the difference tended ...

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    Abstract: Background: In Nigeria Cancer of the Cervix (CA cervix) is the commonest gynecological malignancy and second commonest cancer in the country after breast cancer. Methodology: It was a cross sectional study in which self-administered questionnaires were filled and returned by 457 respondents who were all ...

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    are encouraged to eat before or as soon as they feel hungry in order to avoid an empty stomach that. 23 may aggravate nausea. Other options are acupuncture or acupressure wrist. 24 bands and powdered ginger. Although acupuncture has been shown to be useful when compared to no treatment, there appears to be a.

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    En coup de sabre (ECDS) is a peculiar variant of morphea characterized by linear, atrophic cutaneous depressed plaques that usually develops during childhood. We present a case of a 5year old boy whose lesion started at the age of 3. Introduction. Scleroderma may occur as a systemic disease or as. 1 a localised form.

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    150-205g and female Westar albino rats (N=10) weighing between 145-200g were used for the experiment. The animals were obtained from the animal house, department of Anatomy, University of Benin and were kept in a well ventilated and hygienic animal house under constant environmental and nutritional conditions.

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    clinical signs of typhoid in Gusau. The samples were examined for S. typhi infection by the Widal tube agglutination and Blood culture methods. Antibiotics susceptibility test was also carried out on the S. typhi isolates. Results: The result shows that there was a significant difference (P < 0.05) between samples (70 or 84.3%).

  11. Prevalência e fatores sociodemográficos em hipertensos de São José do Rio Preto - SP Prevalence and sociodemographic factors in a hypertensive population in São José do Rio Preto, São Paulo, Brazil

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    Full Text Available FUNDAMENTO: A hipertensão arterial sistêmica (HAS constitui um dos maiores problemas de saúde pública no Brasil. Sua detecção e tratamento precoce devem ser prioridades para reduzir a morbidade e mortalidade das doenças cardiovasculares. OBJETIVO: Neste estudo objetivou-se estimar a prevalência de hipertensão arterial sistêmica na população e identificar os fatores sociodemográficos dos hipertensos de São José do Rio Preto - SP/Brasil. MÉTODOS: Em 2004/2005, realizou-se um estudo transversal, em amostra de 1.717 indivíduos estratificada por faixa etária, representativa da população adulta e urbana da cidade de São José do Rio Preto - SP/Brasil. RESULTADOS: A amostra foi constituída por 1.717 indivíduos, dos quais 762 (25,2% eram hipertensos: 54,6% eram mulheres; 78,4%, brancos; 66,1%, analfabetos/Ensino Fundamental incompleto; 63,9%, casados; 40,9%, classes sociais D e E; 37,9%, inseridos no mercado de trabalho como profissionais liberais ou assalariados. CONCLUSÃO: Os resultados do estudo da HAS em São José do Rio Preto indicam a necessidade de intervenções educacionais contínuas de início precoce.BACKGROUND: Systemic arterial hypertension (SAH is one of the greatest problems of public health in Brazil. Its detection and early treatment should be a priority to reduce the morbimortality of the cardiovascular diseases. OBJECTIVE: This study aimed at assessing the prevalence of SAH and the sociodemographic factors in a population of hypertensive individuals from São José do Rio Preto, São Paulo, Brazil. METHODS: A cross-sectional study was carried out in a stratified sample of 1,717 people, representative of the urban adult population from the city of São José do Rio Preto, between 2004 and 2005. RESULTS: The sample consisted of 1,717 people, with 762 of them (25.2% being characterized as hypertensive. The following results were observed: 54.6% were women; 78.4% were caucasian; 66.1% were illiterate or had not

  12. Les deux journaux de José Santos Vargas (1814-1825. 1: Problèmes d'édition

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    Full Text Available La découverte du journal de guerre tenu par le guérillero José Santos Vargas a renouvelé nos connaissances sur l’histoire de la guerre d’indépendance dans le Haut Pérou. Cependant, le fait qu’il existe deux manuscrits différents de ce document, publiés tous deux par les soins de don Gunnar Mendoza, l’un en 1952 en Bolivie, l’autre en 1982 au Mexique, pose aux historiens des problèmes que les choix effectués par l’éditeur ont obscurcis. Cette première livraison d’un article qui devrait en comprendre deux remet en question la valeur scientifique de l’édition de 1982. LOS DOS DIARIOS DE JOSÉ SANTOS VARGAS. 1: PROBLEMAS EDITORIALES. El descubrimiento del diario de guerra redactado por el guerrillero José Santos Vargas ha renovado el conocimiento de la guerra de independencia en el Alto Perú. Pero el hecho de que existen dos manuscritos distintos de este documento, ambos publicados por don Gunnar Mendoza, uno en Bolivia en 1952 y otro en México en 1982, plantea a los historiadores problemas que las decisiones del editor han obscurecido. Esta primera entrega de un artículo que constará de dos, pone en tela de juicio el valor científico de la edición de 1982. THE TWO DIARIES OF JOSÉ SANTOS VARGAS. 1: PROBLEMS OF EDITION. The discovery of the diary of the guerillero leader José Santos Vargas add to our knowledge of the history of the independence war in the Alto Peru. However, the existence of two different manuscripts, both published by don Gunnar Mendoza, the first in Bolivia, 1952, the second in Mexico, 1982, present historians with problems that have been obscured by the editor’s choices. In this first part of the two parts article, we question the scientific value of the edition of 1982.

  13. Prevalência de ametropias e oftalmopatias no quilombo São José da Serra - Valença - RJ

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    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Determinar a prevalência das ametropias e oftalmopatias na população do Quilombo São José da Serra - Valença - RJ. MÉTODOS: Foram examinados 92 indivíduos de uma população de 102 pessoas da comunidade Quilombola em São José da Serra. Todos foram submetidos à avaliação oftalmológica completa, incluindo anamnese, ectoscopia ocular, medida da acuidade visual, teste de estereopsia, reflexo vermelho, cobertura monocular, Hirschberg, refração objetiva, subjetiva, biomicroscopia, tonometria de aplanação de GoldmannR, tonometria de sopro e fundoscopia direta ou binocular indireta usando lente de 20D. RESULTADOS: Foram examinados cerca de 90,19% da população quilombola, sendo 61,95% do sexo feminino e 38,04% do sexo masculino. A idade variou de 6 meses a 89 anos. Foram encontrados ametropias com necessidade de correção óptica em 23,91% dos indivíduos sendo mais frequente a presbiopia associada à hipermetropia, miopia e/ou astigmatismo com prevalência de 59,09% dos indivíduos examinados, seguido da presbiopia isolada em 22,72%, do astigmatismo hipermetrópico em 13,63% e do astigmatismo miópico em 4,54% dos examinados. Em relação às oftalmopatias encontraram-se catarata senil em 7,61%, ambliopia refracional em 6,52%, atrofia do epitélio pigmentar da retina e atrofia peripapilar em 2,17%, glaucoma em 1,09%, pterígio em 1,09%, retinocoroidite por toxoplasmose em 1,09% e hipopigmentação retiniana (albinismo ocular em 1,09%. CONCLUSÃO: A prevalência das ametropias e doenças oculares no Quilombo São José da Serra foi de 23,9%(22/92 e 20,6%(19/92, respectivamente.

  14. Las Remesas Internacionales y su incidencia en el Desarrollo Humano en San José Chiltepec, Oaxaca: Un estudio exploratorio

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    Full Text Available Los estudios migratorios han focalizado una buena parte de su interés en las remesas y su posible impacto en las comunidades receptoras. La literatura especializada ha señalado y tipificado los rasgos esenciales del fenómeno, así como la importancia que tienen éstas en el desarrollo económico de México, fundamentalmente a partir de la dimensión regional. Sin embargo, poco se sabe sobre la relación entre las remesas y el Desarrollo Humano en los lugares de alta y mediana intensidad migratoria. Hoy en día existe un consenso en los trabajos de investigación sobre remesas en el sentido de que éstas se han constituido en un importante factor para incrementar los niveles de consumo y la adquisición de bienes duraderos por parte de los familiares de los migrantes (Canales, 2006. No obstante, es imperativo explorar y medir la potencial incidencia de las remesas en el mejoramiento de la calidad de vida de las personas que las reciben. En este sentido, el Programa de Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo (PNUD ha definido el Desarrollo Humano como el proceso de ampliación de las capacidades para elegir de los individuos, y cuyo objetivo es expandir la gama de oportunidades para que las personas puedan vivir una vida saludable, creativa y con los recursos para desenvolverse adecuadamente en su entorno social (PNUD; 2009. El presente trabajo retoma tal perspectiva y examina el papel que desempeñan las remesas en el Desarrollo Humano en San José Chiltepec, Oaxaca, localidad enclavada en la cuenca alta del río Papaloapan y de reciente incorporación al fenómeno migratorio. Se analizó la variable de remesas del "Cuestionario de Salud de los Migrantes y sus Familias de la Región Papaloapan, aplicado en los meses de octubre-diciembre de 2008 en la cabecera municipal (Acosta, Ruiz, Flores, Martínez y Padilla, 2008. Se exploraron aspectos relativos a la dimensión del Desarrollo Humano en relación al uso que dan los familiares de los migrantes a

  15. The “presidentes autonómicos” as regional-makers. The case of José Bono in Castilla-La Mancha / Los presidentes autonómicos como regional-makers. El caso de José Bono en Castilla-La Mancha

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    Full Text Available In this article we want to make a first approach to the specific impact of a political leader, José Bono, in the spread of regionalist feelings in Castilla-La Mancha, assuming that such changes in the political culture are not only the result of a systemic policy carried out by the regional elites, but also a explanatory variable of the lasting socialist hegemony. To prove our hypothesis we will focus on the leader´s discourse, measuring its effects over time through the concomitant analysis of evidence provided by opinion surveys and election results.

  16. Vigilancia epidemiológica prospectiva de la enfermedad neumocócica invasora y de la neumonía en niños de San José, Costa Rica Prospective epidemiologic surveillance of invasive pneumococcal disease and pneumonia in children in San José, Costa Rica

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    Justificación y objetivo: Streptococcus pneumoniae es globalmente la primera causa de muertes inmunoprevenibles en niños menores de 5 años. Métodos: entre 2007 y 2009 se realizó una vigilancia prospectiva con base poblacional en niños de 28 días a 36 meses en San José, Costa Rica. Se determinaron la incidencia de la enfermedad neumocócica invasora y de neumonía confirmada clínicamente y por radiografía, la distribución de serotipos y la sensibilidad a los antibióticos. Resultados: participaro...

  17. Um caso de albinismo em Tayassu tajacu Linnaeus (Artiodactyla, Tayassuidae na Serra do Mar, São José dos Pinhais, Paraná A case of albinism in Tayassu tajacu Linnaeus (Artiodactyla, Tayassuidae in Serra do Mar, São José dos Pinhais, Paraná

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    Full Text Available Described herein is a case of alhinism in lhe Peccary Tayassu tajacu Linnaeus. 1758 (Artiodaclyla. Tayassuidae. which was observed in Colônia Castelhanos. São José dos Pinhais. Paraná, in lhe Southern Bra/il. The specimen was caplured when very young. The normal peccary (Tayassu tajacu is a dark-gray animal wilh a while hand across the ehest from shoulder Io shoulder. This animal have while skin. hlued eyes bul has pigmented feet.

  18. Monitoramento de coleobrocas associadas à mangueira no município de José de Freitas, Estado do Piauí Monitoring of coleoborers associated to mango tree in José de Freitas city, state of Piauí, Brazil

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    Jean Kelson da Silva Paz

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    Full Text Available Este trabalho foi desenvolvido de junho de 2004 a maio de 2005, objetivando o reconhecimento de espécies de coleobrocas (Insecta: Coleoptera que se encontram associadas a pomar comercial de manga (Mangifera indica das variedades Tommy Atkins, Keitt, Kent e Palmer, no município de José de Freitas, Estado do Piauí. Foram instaladas duas armadilhas etanólicas modelo Carvalho 47 em cada área das referidas variedades e realizadas coletas semanais. As coleobrocas foram separadas dos resíduos vegetais, secas sob lâmpada e quantificadas. Posteriormente, exemplares de cada morfoespécie coletada foram identificados. Coleobrocas das famílias Bostrichidae, Cerambycidae, Curculionidae estão associadas às variedades de manga cultivadas no município de José de Freitas, Estado do Piauí, onde se destacam as espécies Hylettus seniculus (Germar (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae, Hypothenemus sp. 1 e sp. 2. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae, apresentando maior expressão numérica e variedade de morfoespécies durante o período de menor precipitação pluviométrica, fator correlacionado positivamente à família Cerambycidae.This research was developed from June 2004 to May 2005, under field conditions, aiming the recognition of species of coleoborers that are associated to commercial mango orchard (Mangifera indica L. of varieties Tommy Atkins, Keitt, Kent and Palmer, in José de Freitas city, state of Piauí. It was installed two ethanolics traps model Carvalho 47 in each area of the related varieties and weekly collections were realized. Coleoborers were separated of the vegetal residues, dried under light bulb and quantified. Samples of each morphspecies were collected and mounted in entomologic pins then sent for identification. Coleoborers of the families, Bostrichidae, Cerambycidae and Curculionidae are associated to the varieties of mangoes cultivated in José de Freitas city, state of Piauí, highlighting the species Hylettus seniculus

  19. Carlos María Ramírez sai em defesa de José Artigas: da crítica à (reconstrução do herói oriental = Carlos María Ramírez defends José Artigas: from criticism to the eastern hero reconstruction

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    Fuão, Juarez J. Rodrigues

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available O artigo analisa a obra Juicio Crítico del Bosquejo Histórico de la República Oriental del Uruguay por el Dr. D. Francisco A. Berra, escrita por Carlos María Ramírez, e o papel do intelectual na construção idealizada de José Artigas. Publicada no ano de 1882, período marcado pelo intenso debate acerca do passado uruguaio, tal obra participou do processo de reabilitação da imagem do líder independentista, caracterizando-o como o grande libertador e o Precursor da Nacionalidade Uruguaia

  20. Três décadas após o Ateneu da Juventude: José Vasconcelos, Antonio Caso e a democracia liberal

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    Full Text Available Resumo Em 1910, um dos filósofos do mexicano Ateneu da Juventude (1909-1912, José Vasconcelos (1882-1959, aderiu à campanha presidencial de Francisco I. Madero, enquanto que outro, Antonio Caso (1883-1946, apoiava a sétima reeleição de Porfirio Díaz. Trinta anos depois, em 1940 e no contexto internacional da Segunda Guerra Mundial, um dos antigos ateneístas apoiava a Alemanha nazista, enquanto o outro tomava partido pelas democracias ocidentais, especificamente a britânica. No entanto, agora Vasconcelos era o primeiro e Antonio Caso, o segundo. Os papéis foram totalmente trocados.

  1. O cavaleiro sertanejo - aspectos do código de ética cavaleiresco medieval em o sertanejo, de José de Alencar

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    Miguel Leocádio Neto Araújo

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available Este trabalho estuda o reaproveitamento das representações literárias do passado medieval, objetivando verificar a presença de elementos da cultura e da história medieval transformados, adaptados e ficcionalizados em O sertanejo (1876, de José de Alencar, chegando ao tema central de nossa proposta: a utilização (ou aproximação do código de ética cavaleiresco na constituição do protagonista do romance. Baseando-nos tanto em historiadores medievalistas (Jacques Le Goff, Franco Cardini, Robert Delort quanto em estudiosos da literatura (Ernst Robert Curtius, Erich Auerbach, tomamos três elementos fulcrais desse código de ética: a fidelidade ao senhor, a fidelidade e devoção à amada e a fidelidade cristã a Deus e aos pobres (desvalidos ou mais fracos.

  2. Una poetica della riduzione e del residuo: l’apocalisse in El obsceno pájaro de la noche di José Donoso

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    Emanuela Jossa

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    Full Text Available The hypothesis to be verified in this work is that José Donoso proposes and constructs in El obsceno pájaro de la noche, by means of an accurate use of narrative strategies, an apocalyptic vision of the individual world, as represented by the narrator Mudito, as well as of the social and political context of Chile in the 60s, represented by the more general conflict between power and marginalization. This vision takes its proper center in the spatial dimensions of the characters, by means of two topoi: the house and the body. The progressive disintegration of bodies and places takes control of the narrative and weakens it to the point of excluding any trace of persistence. In the continuous movement between antithesis and connection to the Revelation of St. John the Divine, a poetics of the residual is developed that puts into crisis the power of the word and the power of narration.

  3. El retorno a Mulatos y la Comunidad de Paz de San José de Apartadó: contingencias y momentos de ruptura

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    Juan Ricardo Aparicio Cuervo

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available This article focuses on examining the ethnological record of different moments throughout the history of the Peace Community of San José de Apartadó in which antagonistic social practices are displayed that momentarily disrupt the projects for governing these populations. In particular, I explore different moments in the history of this collective, such as the decision not to abandon their territories and to coordinate their own return as material for theoretical discussions regarding concepts of “the political,” resistance and agency. Using the ethnographic record, I present a story in which contradictions, ambivalences and contingencies make it possible to understand the limits and possibilities of these projects for the social imagination of the present. I am interested in pointing out the possibility that populations exposed to the physical and symbolic violence of different sovereignties can still engage in antagonistic social practices.

  4. Sulfur and carbon isotopes in scapolite-bearing granulites of the São José do Rio Pardo area, Brazil

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    Iyer, S. S.; de Oliveira, M. A. F.; Hoefs, J.; Krouse, H. R.

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    Sulfur and carbon isotope compositions of ten scapolites from granulite-facies rocks of the São José do Rio Pardo area, Guaxupé Complex, Brazil, were measured. Scapolite is the primary and major rock-forming mineral in these rocks (up to 40 volume %). The isotopic composition of the sulfate and carbonate group in the scapolite structure has δ 34S values of +1.0‰ to +6.7‰, and δ 13C values of -14.3‰ to -6.3‰, respectively. The sulfur isotope data may be related to an upper mantle (external) or lower crustal (internal) source for the sulfur, whereas the carbon appears to have been derived from an internal source. Thus, the carbon and sulfur isotope data can be explained without invoking an external (mantle) source.

  5. Avian diversity in five fragments of Atlantic Rainforest at Usina São José, Igarassu, Northern Pernambuco State, Brazil

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    Ana Carolina Borges Lins e Silva

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available In northeastern Brazil, most well-preserved Atlantic Rainforest fragments are situated within privately-owned lands or sugarcane properties, mainly in the states of Alagoas and Pernambuco. On the lands of São José Sugar Mill (USJ, in Igarassu (Pernambuco, there are 106 forest patches totaling 6,660ha, surrounded by sugarcane fields. The main goal of this study was to determine the species richness in five forest remnants within the USJ property. We completed 77 hours of observation and recording of bird voices, using binoculars and a tape recorder with a unidirectional microphone. A total of 184 bird species were registered, among which 15 were under risk of extinction, (e.g. Cercomacra laeta sabinoi, Pyriglena leuconota pernambucensis and Myrmeciza rufi cauda soror. Some species that were observed and collected in the same region in the 1940s, such as Ramphastos vitellinus, Pteroglossus aracari and Lipaugus vociferans, were not registered during the study period.

  6. Analysis of causes for reject x-ray films as a quality assurance elements in diagnostic radiology in Jos university teaching hospital

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    Anikoh, S.O.; Mangset, W.E.; Habila, N.; Mallam, S.P.

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    The film reject rate and quality assessments studies were carried out at the Jos University Teaching Hospital. The rejected films collected and counted with respect to type, size and reasons for rejection were carried out for two calendar years. The observed reject rates were found to be nearly independent of the type of X-ray examination, which 68% of waste film reflected the nature and skills employed. The mechanical influence of equipment (machine fault is 11%, film rejection due to poor processing (dark room fault) was found to be 8% and for film rejection due to wrong identification, fogged film, uncooperating patient (patient movement) are 5%, 5% and 3% respectively. The deterioration in the quality of films and film processing conditions, ineffective quality assurance programs and inadequate regular staff training form a possible explanation for observed waste films which could have been avoided.

  7. Necesidad de subsistencia de la puerpera y su recién nacido en el hospital San José de Popayán 1992

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    Muñoz B. Sandra Felisa

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    Con el fin de investigar que hacen las puérperas que son atendidas en el Hospital San José de Popayán para auto cuidarse durante el puerperio y cuidar a su recién nacido y para satisfacer su necesidad de subsistencia, se eligió un modelo socioeconómico denominado desarrollo a escala humana, planteado por Manfred Max-Neef y otros, puesto que este modelo tiene en cuenta tanto las necesidades existenciales como las necesidades axiológicas que son presentadas en una matriz de necesidades. Este modelo además fomenta y estimula la toma de decisiones creativas por parte de las personas involucradas en el proceso de autocuidado.

  8. [Joséphine Schouteden-Wéry on the Belgian coast: a biologist involved in field work and collection building].

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    Heizer, Alda; Cerqueira, Aline Cardoso

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    This text presents the findings and other aspects about the fieldwork of biologist Joséphine Schouteden-Wéry on the coast of Belgium. The information is taken from an article published in 1911 in Recueil de L'Institut Botanique Léo Errera, a periodical of the University of Brussels. Schouteden-Wéry replied to the Royal Society for Medical and Natural Sciences of Brussels (Société Royale des Sciences Médicales et Naturelles de Bruxelles) about the geological, climatic, hydrological and other factors that regulate the geographical distribution of species. She took part in study trips to the Congo, a Belgian colony in Africa, and was a leading member of the Union of Colonial Women (L'Union des Femmes Coloniales).

  9. Entre a Identidade e a Máscara: um Estudo de “Três Máscaras” de José Régio

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    "Três Máscaras” é uma peça de teatro da autoria de José Régio. Nesta, conforme o próprio título o sugere, sobressaem três personagens que sustentam disfarces num baile de máscaras. Na verdade, estas estão mascaradas das emblemáticas personagens Columbina, Pierrot e Mefistófeles que  à semelhança do que sucedia nas encenações da Commedia dell’arte em que se visava uma criação coletiva sujeita à inspiração do momento  fantasiam um diálogo e uma ação norteados pelo simbolismo do respetivo disf...

  10. A miséria na literatura: José do Patrocínio e a seca de 1878 no Ceará

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    Este artigo busca compreender a construção de um olhar intelectualizado sobre os eventos que marcaram a grande seca de 1877-1880, no Ceará. A partir dos escritos de José do Patrocínio, podemos avaliar o impacto simbólico que a miséria dos retirantes causou nas mentes cultas do final do Império, ao expressarem uma visão moralizante sobre a desagregação das famílias sertanejas, construindo a seca como um momento de ruptura da ordem senhorial, base de constituição da nação brasileira. This ar...

  11. A miséria na literatura: José do Patrocínio e a seca de 1878 no Ceará

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    Neves,Frederico de Castro

    2007-01-01

    Este artigo busca compreender a construção de um olhar intelectualizado sobre os eventos que marcaram a grande seca de 1877-1880, no Ceará. A partir dos escritos de José do Patrocínio, podemos avaliar o impacto simbólico que a miséria dos retirantes causou nas mentes cultas do final do Império, ao expressarem uma visão moralizante sobre a desagregação das famílias sertanejas, construindo a seca como um momento de ruptura da ordem senhorial, base de constituição da nação brasileira....

  12. Lo que la ciudad anhela “ver”. Desarrollo urbano, nuevas tecnologías y espacios públicos en San José (Costa Rica

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    Luis Armando Durán Segura

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    Full Text Available El texto gira en torno a las recientes transformaciones del espacio público en la ciudad de San José, capital de Costa Rica. Estos cambios estimulan la emer gencia de un nuevo “sistema de visualidad”, correspondiente a las renovaciones arquitectónicas, sociales y económicas del centro histórico. Se analizan las relaciones que se trazan entre desarrollo urbano y los dispositivos de vigilancia, rastreando, a través de un caso concreto , los ef ectos e implicaciones políticas, culturales y sociales de tales iniciativ as t écnico-tecnológicas sobre los espacios públicos de esta ciudad. P

  13. La poética del horizonte. Espacio, escritura y campo literario en las novelas de José María de Pereda

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    Nil Santiánez

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    Full Text Available This essay employs the term "poetics of the horizon" to designate the set of rules governing the literary practice of a modern phenomenon - the horizon- present in several disciplines in the humanities (e.g. phenomenology, hermeneutics, art theory, literary theory. With the twofold goal of establishing (i a typology and (ii some of the most significant family resemblances of the literary horizon, this article exªplores the function and meaning of the horizons in a specific case -the novels of José María de Pereda. The thorough analysis of such corpus leads to the conclusion that the literary horizon produces a discursive topography through the imposition of its boundaries, raises important epistemological, artistic and literary issues, and reflects the liminal positioning of the writer in the literary field.

  14. José Ramón Alcántara Mejía, Adriana Ontiveros, Dann Cazés Gryj (coords.), D

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    El libro que reseñamos, editado por José Ramón Alcántara Mejía, Adriana Ontiveros y Dann Cazés Gryj, reúne catorce trabajos que reflexionan en torno al papel que desempeñó el teatro jesuita en la configuración y el auge del hecho dramático y escénico aurisecular, tanto en España como en el México colonial. En 1572, con la llegada de la compañía de Jesús a Nueva España, los jesuitas se instalaron en las ciudades más importantes del virreinato y, a diferencia de las órdenes mendicantes, más ori...

  15. Cine y alta cultura en la España de posguerra : un texto de José Camón Aznar.

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    José Camón Aznar (Saragossa, 1898-Madrid, 1979), un prestigiós historiador de l'art dels sistemes culturals del Franquisme, va prestar atenció intel.lectual al cinema com a professor i com a escriptor. Aquí, es reprodueix un text publicat l'any 1951 a la Revista Española de Pedagogía en el que l'autor explica les característiques principals de l'estètica cinematogràfica des de la seva perspectiva d'historiador de l'art: el moviment, el primer pla, les relacions amb d'altres arts ... A més a m...

  16. José Lezama Lima e a busca da identidade insular: Uma reflexão sobre a fronteira imagínaria.

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    Vilma L. da Fonseca

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    Full Text Available O estudo das ilhas já foi, pioneiramente, interesse dos cientistas naturais e dos geógrafos, passando para o campo dos estudos antropológicos e históricos devido à sua especificidade espacial. Cada área de conhecimento buscou compreender espécies de seres vivos e seu comportamento no mundo insular por um lado protegido pelas fronteiras limitadas da água e por outro, ameaçado pela restrição de seu habitat. Através da literatura de um homem insular, José Lezama Lima, buscamos fazer algumas análises de sua convivência com o espaço da ilha e sua identidade cultural.

  17. El criollismo de Ulises. Apuntes histórico-justificativos de un autor-narrador en la obra autobiográfica de José Vasconcelos

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    Alejandra Silva Carreras

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     The autobiography of José Vasconcelos, Ulises Criollo, beyond the historical anecdote and the experience of the author, is a literary text that contains a political discourse. Vasconcelos not only reveals his personal story in the Mexican’s revolutionary movement, he also reveals the ideology of Lucas Alamán, his Hispanic ideology and his Nation project. There for the text presents itself as a political document that communicates the criollo ideology to the reader. The text as a discourse, communicates Vasconcelos’s thinking in order to modify the reader’s attitude and invite him to participate in politics, taking as the truth Vasconcelos’s point of view. That’s why the present text analyzes the criollo discourse in order to show the politic discourse of the text.

  18. José Joaquín Camacho and his inluence in the Constitution of the New Provincia of Tunja (1811

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    Armando Martínez Garnica

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    Full Text Available José Joaquín Camacho Lago, the citizen of Tunja who was mayor in Pamplona and el Socorro in the irst ten years of the XIXth Century, since 1810 he provided one of the main studies of the irst provincial republics and he used to be the soul of the Congress of the United Provinces of New Granada. His Ibague’s Letters have not been totally assembled and brought together nor re-edited, in spite of the ideological inluence that they had in his time. In this article his ideological inluence distinguishes itself in the text of the Constitution of Republic of Tunja, an act of justice to his name, not recognized because he did not take part personally in the meetings of the electoral and constituent committee.

  19. Critical Path Method application to strategic planning project at Teaching Paediatrics Hospital “José Martí” in Sancti Spíritus province.

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    Manuel Hung Varela

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    Full Text Available Present work was making at Teaching Paediatrics Hospital “José Martí” in Sancti Spíritus province, Sancti Spíritus city. Its main purpose is apply a control and planning system to a strategic planning project at mentioned entity, getting by this way to contribute to efficacy and efficient of planning process, through Critical Path Method. To it, was use tools like classic strategic planning procedure and software like WINQSB. As result, is obtaining the project estimate duration, the necessary information for its control and execution, including critical path, and resources assignment mainly. The project is finishing and has been useful the used method for its execution.

  20. Aboio Livre: Representações Ecológicas na Poesia de José Inácio Vieira de Melo

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    Calila das Mercês Oliveira (UEFS

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    Full Text Available O artigo aborda as representações ecológicas na poesia de José Inácio Vieira de Melo (1968, poeta alagoano radicado na Bahia. A partir de Pedra Só (2012, tendo como recorte o capítulo Aboio Livre, é realizada uma análise da poética que envolve de forma concomitante lírica e meio ambiente. Conhecido como Cavaleiro de Fogo, o poeta apresenta um sertão místico que vai além das mazelas sociais, trazendo à tona a reflexão universal do que é “ser humano”. Expondo considerações de outros escritores e formadores de opinião acerca de sua obra e as fazendo interagir com as teorias de Alfredo Bosi, Octávio Paz, Félix Guattari, Serge Moscovici, Roland Barthes, entre outros.

  1. Funciones de la antropofagia en la Verdadera historia de Hans Staden y en El entenado de Juan José Saer

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    Hanno Ehrlicher

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    Full Text Available In Hans Staden’s “Wahrhaftige Geschichte” (edited 1557 in Marburg we can observe a tactical appropriation of the cannibal’s otherness in an adventure story that would be later integrated into an editorial project with strategic purposes, in a specifically protestant German context. Juan José Saer’s novel El entenado is not a simple return to a colonial past and its phantasies of cannibalism, but a very complex “Umschrift” of this past in Freudian terms. Saer’s vision of cannibalism veers away from that of Staden precisely because the figure of the cannibal has now acquired a new anthropological function introduced by psychoanalysis. Instead of being the figure of an external other, the cannibalnow becomes the internal otherness situated in everybody’s own psyche as a human condition

  2. Air pollution in a tropical city: the relationship between wind direction and lichen bio-indicators in San José, Costa Rica

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    Erich Neurohr Bustamante

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    Full Text Available Lichens are good bio-indicators of air pollution, but in most tropical countries there are few studies on the subject; however, in the city of San José, Costa Rica, the relationship between air pollution and lichens has been studied for decades. In this article we evaluate the hypothesis that air pollution is lower where the wind enters the urban area (Northeast and higher where it exits San José (Southwest. We identified the urban parks with a minimum area of approximately 5 000m² and randomly selected a sample of 40 parks located along the passage of wind through the city. To measure lichen coverage, we applied a previously validated 10 x 20cm template with 50 random points to five trees per park (1.5m above ground, to the side with most lichens. Our results (years 2008 and 2009 fully agree with the generally accepted view that lichens reflect air pollution carried by circulating air masses. The practical implication is that the air enters the city relatively clean by the semi-rural and economically middle class area of Coronado, and leaves through the developed neighborhoods of Escazú and Santa Ana with a significant amount of pollutants. In the dry season, the live lichen coverage of this tropical city was lower than in the May to December rainy season, a pattern that contrasts with temperate habitats; but regardless of the season, pollution follows the pattern of wind movement through the city. Rev.Biol. Trop. 59 (2: 899-905. Epub 2011 June 01.Los líquenes constituyen un buen bioindicador para estudiar la “salud de la atmósfera”, pero en los países tropicales hay pocos estudios sobre el tema, aunque para la ciudad de San José existen algunos estudios sobre la relación entre tráfico vehicular y contaminación atmosférica. En este artículo evaluamos la hipótesis de que la contaminación atmosférica es menor en las áreas por donde ingresan los vientos a la zona urbana de San José (noreste y mayor a su salida (suroeste, para

  3. Sentir o sentido: a experiência do código nos “homeóstatos” de José-Alberto Marques

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    Full Text Available http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/1807-9288.2016v12n1p69 Este breve ensaio analisa a série de poemas Homeóstatos de José-Alberto Marques como motores textuais. Ao tornar o código numa componente do texto, os Homeóstatos tipificam o poema experimental como uma investigação sobre a linguagem, a escrita e a leitura. A espacialização do texto na página é ativada de modo a produzir efeitos gerativos, combinatórios e ideogramáticos. Simultaneamente textos e instruções para gerar textos, os Homeóstatos constituem um exemplo de uma poética informacional que tira partido da dinâmica entre poema e sistema da língua para explorar os atos de escrita e leitura como processamento de sinais.

  4. El devenir de los árboles: ejemplares históricos vinculados a José de San Martín (siglos XIX y XX

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    María Elida Blasco

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    Full Text Available This article seeks to reconstruct the history of a type of cultural practice developed in Argentina between the end of the 19th century and the middle of the 20th century, which propitiated the production, reproduction and consumption of arguments that assigned historical value to the associates of José de San Martín (1778-1850, who is considered the “Father of the Country” within the pantheon of the founding fathers of Argentina. Hence, the general objective is to analyze the particularities of the process of constructing the foundational myths of the nation, emphasizing the cult of the “heroes,” and exploring the rise of entities in which the feelings of national identity associated with them are enshrined.

  5. El proyecto educativo de José Martí: Una lectura desde la pedagogía crítica

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    Jacqueline García Fallas

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    Full Text Available En este artículo se presenta un análisis crítico de la propuesta educativa del escritor, filósofo y abogado cubano del siglo XIX, José Martí. Se realiza un recorrido por los principales conceptos de su planteamiento de la educación como un proyecto político nacional, en él se destacan las relaciones entre la educación y la sociedad, la crítica al modelo educativo tradicional y la visión prospectiva del sujeto educativo, así como el papel de transformación social implícito en la educación latinoamericana

  6. [Health resort, industrial city: urban space and health policy in São José dos Campos, São Paulo, Brazil].

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    2007-06-01

    This study is part of the renewed theoretical and conceptual approach to space in health policies. The key potential of this approach lies in dealing with the organization of space as a product of relations between society and state power, influenced by the economy and enabled by politics. When understood as a social construction, such space provides the material basis for a historical narrative, allowing a better understanding of how policies are formulated and implemented in urban space. Based on this space, we investigate the policy governing the configuration of health services in the city of São José dos Campos, São Paulo, Brazil, during two different periods: the 1920s, in which the town became a health resort, and the early 1980s, when the municipal public health system was organized. A historical and geographic social reconstitution revealed both ambiguities and consistencies in a town whose health profile acquired the characteristics of an industrial city.

  7. Ludopatía y estrategias narratológicas: el caso Barrios en Responso de Juan José Saer

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    François Degrande

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    Full Text Available By focusing on Responso (1964, a novel written at an early stage and often considered minor in Juan José Saer’s work, the article shows the writer’s subtlety at describing the psychological traits of the pathological gambler, Barrios. The anthropological basis of gambling are presented (Caillois before approaching compulsive gambling from a clinical point of view (Valleur and Bucher. A narratological analysis follows that aims to prove that several symptoms of compulsive gambling are reflected in a rhythmic writing marked by the game-based association of “difference and repetition” (Saer, La narración-objeto, and in which some stylistic devices, such as ellipses and analepses, stand out, turning literary form into a sort of mirror of pathological gambling.

  8. Nom de Nom, descends de ton trône ! L’onomastique au service de la caricature dans Parodia de tronos de José Fonollosa

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    Sonia Fournet-Pérot

    2017-08-01

    Full Text Available El éxito internacional de la serie Juego de Tronos —adaptación televisiva de las novelas de George R. R. Martin— inspiró en 2015 a José Fonollosa la elaboración de un cómic paródico titulado Parodia de Tronos. El autor va caricaturizando a los personajes con fines sobre todo humorísticos pero también, a veces, críticos sintetizándolos mediante un par de palabras relevantes. La originalidad de nuestro análisis es realzar que, aunque en el universo del cómic la parodia se manifieste por las imágenes, el texto en sí es capaz de traducir la voluntad paródica, en particular a través de la onomástica, juiciosamente maltratada por Fonollosa.

  9. Modelagem hidrodinâmica do canal do rio Paraná, trecho Porto São José - Porto 18. Parte II: Calibragem do modelo

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    Astrid Meira Martoni

    1999-05-01

    Full Text Available Neste artigo, apresenta-se a modelagem hidrodinâmica do trecho de canal entre Porto São José e Porto 18. Esta etapa compreendeu os trabalhos de obtenção de dados históricos, levantamentos de campo de níveis e vazões, obtenção dos parâmetros do modelo e análise da distribuição das vazões através dos canais principais. Para as seções internas da discretização foram feitas leituras de níveis nas seções e medidas de descarga usando o medidor ADCP, o que tornou possível estimar os coeficientes de rugosidade. O modelo calibrado constitui um instrumento eficiente para simular dados de níveis e vazões neste trecho do rio.

  10. Hidrogeologia do Sistema Aqüífero Bauru no município de São José do Rio Preto (SP)

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    2004-01-01

    Devido principalmente ao aumento populacional que tem ocorrido nos últimos anos, a demanda de água para o abastecimento público na região noroeste do Estado de São Paulo tem sido cada vez maior. No município de São José do Rio Preto (SP), o abastecimento de água tem sido realizado por meio da captação do rio Preto e afluentes e por poços existentes tanto no Sistema Aqüífero Bauru como no Botucatu/Pirambóia (Aqüífero Guarani). A água subterrânea responde por 70% do abastecimento local, sendo o...

  11. Nom de Nom, descends de ton trône ! L’onomastique au service de la caricature dans Parodia de tronos de José Fonollosa

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    Sonia Fournet-Pérot

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    El éxito internacional de la serie Juego de Tronos —adaptación televisiva de las novelas de George R. R. Martin— inspiró en 2015 a José Fonollosa la elaboración de un cómic paródico titulado Parodia de Tronos. El autor va caricaturizando a los personajes con fines sobre todo humorísticos pero también, a veces, críticos sintetizándolos mediante un par de palabras relevantes. La originalidad de nuestro análisis es realzar que, aunque en el universo del cómic la parodia se manifieste por las imá...

  12. Alarma sobre el aplastamiento de la persona en la sociedad contemporánea: José Jiménez Lozano en la prensa regional

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    María Merino Bobillo

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    Full Text Available Las enfermedades de la sociedad contemporánea son descritas, con lucidez y brillantez literaria, por el periodista y escritor José Jiménez Lozano, en las entregas periodísticas al Grupo Promecal. Los nacionalismos, la movida y el botellón, la violencia de género, el lenguaje sexista, etc. son retazos de la actualidad que su mirada atraviesa y dimensiona. Sus artículos traspasan la contingencia de lo periodístico para convertirse en propuestas culturales con tonalidad universal. No se quedan en la crítica de los sucesos concretos sino que, apoyándose en ellos, derivan en reflexiones de corte antropológico y ofrecen pensamientos válidos para los lectores de hoy y de mañana.

  13. Mineralogy and geochemistry of the Lower Cretaceous siliciclastic rocks of the Morita Formation, Sierra San José section, Sonora, Mexico

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    Madhavaraju, J.; Pacheco-Olivas, S. A.; González-León, Carlos M.; Espinoza-Maldonado, Inocente G.; Sanchez-Medrano, P. A.; Villanueva-Amadoz, U.; Monreal, Rogelio; Pi-Puig, T.; Ramírez-Montoya, Erik; Grijalva-Noriega, Francisco J.

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    Clay mineralogy and geochemical studies were carried out on sandstone and shale samples collected from the Sierra San José section of the Morita Formation to infer the paleoclimate and paleoweathering conditions that prevailed in the source region during the deposition of these sediments. The clay mineral assemblages (fraction earth elements (LREE), flat heavy rare earth elements (HREE) patterns and negative Eu anomalies. The CIA and PIA values and A-CN-K plot of shales indicate low to moderate degree of weathering in the source regions. However, the sandstones have moderate to high values of CIA and PIA suggesting a moderate to intense weathering in the source regions. The SiO2/Al2O3 ratios, bivariate and ternary plots, discriminant function diagram and elemental ratios indicate the felsic source rocks for sandstone and shale of the Morita Formation.

  14. Do Mar à Terra: «Viagem a Portugal», de José Saramago, e o retorno da literatura de viagens

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    Será apresentado um estudo sobre a literatura de viagens portuguesas tendo como ponto final de reflexão o livro Viagem a Portugal, de José Saramago. Discutiremos, de maneira diacrônica, a envergadura do gênero literário em questão, considerando os seus aspectos formais, temáticos e históricos através de diversas narrativas atinentes ao espaço mencionado. Das reações de Zurara ao deslumbramento de Caminha, da busca das peregrinações à tragédia dos naufrágios; ao desembarque na terra, das Viage...

  15. The José de Figueiredo Institute role on the recovery of paintings from the Gulbenkian collection after the 1967 flood at the Pombal Palace, in Oeiras

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    Mercês Lorena

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    Full Text Available Before the opening of the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum in 1969, much of the Gulbenkian collection was displayed and stored at the Pombal Palace, in Oeiras. The 1967 flood was one of the greatest calamities that hit this collection. Of the 70 paintings that were kept in the safety deposit, and which were damaged by water and mud, two-thirds required special care, including two paintings that were considered irrecoverable: "Virgin with the child and Donors", by Vittore Carpaccio, and the "Island of S. Pietro di Castello", by Francesco Guardi. The José de Figueiredo Institute immediately began the salvage intervention that certain paintings required, using techniques and products internationally recognized and proven by the long years of their experience. An individual file process was prepared for each work, including a photographic and radiographic documentation plus a detailed description of the intervention procedure.

  16. Deconstrucción/Reconstrucción: "En construcción" de José Luis Guerín (2001)

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    14 pages.-- Published in issue 4(2), Fall 2007. De esta dinámica urbana [del barrio de El Raval en Barcelona] da testimonio el texto fílmico que aquí me propongo analizar, En construcción de José Luis Guerín (2001), premio especial del jurado en el Festival de Cine de San Sebastián en el 2002. A caballo entre el documental y la ficción, este texto híbrido abre paso a un modo de crear reflexivo, centrado fundamentalmente en el proceso de narrar, no tanto en el objeto de la narración. El dir...

  17. De Los ríos profundos a Lituma en los andes: La respuesta de Mario Vargas Llosa a José María Arguedas

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    Marie-Madeleine Gladieu

    2011-05-01

    Full Text Available La novela de Mario Vargas Llosa Lituma en los Andes1 poco tiene que ver, aparentemente, con el mundo narrativo de José María Arguedas: las nuevas aventuras de un personaje ficticio bien conocido de los lectores, presente en varias obras anteriores de aquel autor, en nada se asemejan a las del niño Ernesto ni a las de otro protagonista arguediano. Los Andes sirven de decorado para los dos relatos, pero entre la naturaleza y los pueblos que se suceden en Los ríos profundos2en toda su diversidad, y los paisajes hoscos y siempre peligrosos por los que cruza Lituma, apenas reconoce el lector aquella parte del sur peruano. Algunos detalles, sin embargo, al examinar bien el texto y el contexto de Lituma en los Andes, llaman la atención.

  18. El Palacio de España en Roma a través de los dibujos de Ferdinando Fuga y José de Hermosilla

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    Simal López, Mercedes

    2008-03-01

    Full Text Available In 1747 the Spanish Ambassador in Rome was charged with the realization of plans of the building in which the Spanish Embassy was located for the purpose of studying wheter it would be possible to house the pensioners sent to the city by the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando in order to complete their artistic studies. Alfonso Clemente de Aróstegui commissioned the architect Ferdinando Fuga to carry out the work, and assisted by one of his students, José de Hermosilla, they drew six plans of the building. Recently, these designs have been located in the Archivo General de la Administración; they constitute a document of enormous interest for the study of the diplomatic headquarters and for the Italian sojourn of the Spanish pensioner.

    En 1747 se encargó al embajador español en Roma la realización de planos del palacio que albergaba la embajada, con el fin de estudiar si sería posible instalar en el edificio a los pensionados españoles que habían acudido a la ciudad bajo la protección de la Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando para completar su formación. Alfonso Clemente de Aróstegui encargó el trabajo al arquitecto Ferdinado Fuga, quien con la ayuda de uno de los alumnos de su estudio, José de Hermosilla, trazó seis planos del edificio. Recientemente localizados en el Archivo General de la Administración, constituyen un documento de enorme interés para el estudio de la sede diplomática y de la estancia italiana del pensionado español.

  19. Incidência, tipo e natureza das lesões dos atletas do Rúgbi São José na temporada de 2014

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    Luís Eduardo de Toledo

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available INTRODUÇÃO: O rúgbi será incluído novamente como esporte olímpico nos Jogos Olímpicos Rio 2016 e seus atletas apresentam alta incidência de lesões em virtude das características do esporte. OBJETIVO: Reportar a incidência, local, natureza, tratamento das lesões e o tempo de afastamento de atletas do Rúgbi São José na temporada de 2014 em função das lesões. MÉTODOS: Foi realizado um estudo transversal com 62 atletas do rúgbi, sendo identificados como principais fatores de risco para lesões na temporada de 2014 a existência de lesões prévias, idade, tempo de prática do rúgbi, IMC elevado, posição de jogo, horas de treino semanal e frequência de treinamento em academia. RESULTADOS: As principais lesões encontradas foram lesões articulares nos membros inferiores. CONCLUSÃO: Encontramos alta incidência de lesões nos atletas do Rúgbi São José, com predomínio das lesões articulares dos membros inferiores, sendo os principais fatores de risco a idade mais avançada, maior tempo de prática do rúgbi, IMC elevado, maior tempo de treino semanal e hábito de frequentar academia de musculação, além de presença de lesões prévias e a posição de jogo na "linha".

  20. Air pollution in a tropical city: the relationship between wind direction and lichen bio-indicators in San José, Costa Rica

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    Erich Neurohr Bustamante

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available Lichens are good bio-indicators of air pollution, but in most tropical countries there are few studies on the subject; however, in the city of San José, Costa Rica, the relationship between air pollution and lichens has been studied for decades. In this article we evaluate the hypothesis that air pollution is lower where the wind enters the urban area (Northeast and higher where it exits San José (Southwest. We identified the urban parks with a minimum area of approximately 5 000m² and randomly selected a sample of 40 parks located along the passage of wind through the city. To measure lichen coverage, we applied a previously validated 10 x 20cm template with 50 random points to five trees per park (1.5m above ground, to the side with most lichens. Our results (years 2008 and 2009 fully agree with the generally accepted view that lichens reflect air pollution carried by circulating air masses. The practical implication is that the air enters the city relatively clean by the semi-rural and economically middle class area of Coronado, and leaves through the developed neighborhoods of Escazú and Santa Ana with a significant amount of pollutants. In the dry season, the live lichen coverage of this tropical city was lower than in the May to December rainy season, a pattern that contrasts with temperate habitats; but regardless of the season, pollution follows the pattern of wind movement through the city. Rev.Biol. Trop. 59 (2: 899-905. Epub 2011 June 01.