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  1. Ricardo Dyrgalla (1910-1970), pioneer of rocket development in Argentina

    de León, Pablo


    One of the most important developers of liquid propellant rocket engines in Argentina was Polish-born Ricardo Dyrgalla. Dyrgalla immigrated to Argentina from the United Kingdom in 1946, where he had been studying German weapons development at the end of the Second World War. A trained pilot and aeronautical engineer, he understood the intricacies of rocket propulsion and was eager to find practical applications to his recently gained knowledge. Dyrgalla arrived in Argentina during Juan Perón's first presidency, a time when technicians from all over Europe were being recruited to work in various projects for the recently created Argentine Air Force. Shortly after immigrating, Dyrgalla proposed to develop an advanced air-launched weapon, the Tábano, based on a rocket engine of his design, the AN-1. After a successful development program, the Tábano was tested between 1949 and 1951; however, the project was canceled by the government shortly after. Today, the AN-1 rocket engine is recognized as the first liquid propellant rocket to be developed in South America. Besides the AN-1, Dyrgalla also developed several other rockets systems in Argentina, including the PROSON, a solid-propellant rocket launcher developed by the Argentine Institute of Science and Technology for the Armed Forces (CITEFA). In the late 1960s, Dyrgalla and his family relocated to Brazil due mostly to the lack of continuation of rocket development in Argentina. There, he worked for the Institute of Aerospace Technology (ITA) until his untimely death in 1970. Ricardo Dyrgalla deserves to be recognized among the world's rocket pioneers and his contribution to the science and engineering of rocketry deserves a special place in the history of South America's rocketry and space flight advocacy programs.

  2. Kui kaugel on Peruu? / Ricardo Mateo Durand

    Durand, Ricardo Mateo


    Peruu Vabariigi aukonsul Eestis Ricardo Mateo Durand Eesti-Portugali diplomaatilistest suhetest, Eesti viisa hankimise raskustest Peruus, Lõuna-Ameerikast. Vt. samas Tiina Maiberg "Välisministeerium loodab saata Peruusse aukonsuli"

  3. Ricardo, o tempo e o valor

    Rogério Arthmar


    Full Text Available O artigo revisa a evolução da teoria ricardiana do valor em sua conexão com o elemento tempo. Inicialmente, procede-se breve inspeção da primeira proposta de Ricardo para a lei geral das trocas. Contempla-se, a seguir, uma ilustração numérica da fórmula original dos preços competitivos, esclarecendo-se como o fator tempo surgiu nas discussões sobre a teoria desenvolvida nos Principles. Examina-se ainda a versão simplificada da regra do valor introduzida na terceira edição do livro, assim como a proposição ricardiana fundamental de que as variações nos lucros teriam impacto mínimo nos preços. Mostra-se, na última seção, que a generalização do exemplo concebido por Ricardo, incluindo processos produtivos com múltiplos períodos, não sustenta tal asserção.

  4. InterClone hotell / Elizabeth Diller, Ricardo Scofidio

    Diller, Elizabeth


    Reklaamikampaania fiktiivsele hotelliketile. Algne installatsioon Attatürki lennujaamas Istanbuli biennaalil 1997. Autorid ameerika arhitektid Elizabeth Diller ja Ricardo Scofidio (büroo Diller + Scofidio). 4 ill.

  5. Ricardo Piglia: el lector de la tribu / Ricardo Piglia: reader tribe

    Raquel Fernández Cobo


    Full Text Available In this article the writer and Argentine Ricardo Piglia profesor stands at the center of the academic debate on literary education based on the idea that his poetic reading hypothesis provides a framework capable to build viable research on the formation of the reading and literary competence. His ideas about circuits of knowledge production about reading, types of readers, the debate on the canon narrative and intertextuality, are considered fundamental to the discussion and to contribute to the discussion on how we should teach literature in a context governed by new technologies and the new reading.

  6. Hydrotherapy and medical entrepreneurship: the "water spell" of Ricardo Jorge.

    Pinto Costa, Rui Manuel

    Between 1886 and 1893, the doctor and hygienist Ricardo Jorge was linked to a commercial and medical project on the waters of Gerês. Known for many centuries and used for therapeutic purposes, they were administered on an empirical basis. When new chemical analyses were first published, the empirical properties of these waters took on a new role in hydrotherapy based on their now proven mineral and medicinal qualities. The article discusses in detail Ricardo Jorge's business venture, framing it in the context of the economic collection and treatment potential of mineral waters and the revival of the phenomenon of hydrotherapy, legitimized by new developments in the chemical analysis of waters. The commercial failure to exploit the water resources highlights the difficulties of this project and the complexity of the professional practice of hydrological medicine, although it resulted in a strengthening of Ricardo's authority and prestige in the field of hydrotherapy.

  7. Experimental farming and Ricardo's political arithmetic of distribution

    Mary S. Morgan


    The development of David Ricardo’s economic theory of distribution - the laws that determine the share of output between the economic classes - depended on specific connections at several levels between two practical sciences of the early 19th century, namely experimental agriculture and political economy. This paper shows how Ricardo, one of the foremost British economists of his day, combined his empirical knowledge of farming and agricultural experiments to develop both the content and met...

  8. Business leadership concepts exemplified by the two exceptional leaders Daniel Vasella and Ricardo Semler

    Alexander Betov; Patrick Szillat


    Purpose – Against the background of current leadership theory, this research paper analyses and compares the leadership approaches of two outstanding leaders: Daniel Vasella, chairman of the leading Swiss pharmaceutical organization Novartis and Ricardo Semler, owner of the Brazilian conglomerate

  9. Straight talk with... Ricardo Dolmetsch. Interview by Elie Dolgin.

    Dolmetsch, Ricardo


    Neuroscience, in recent years, has started to look like a graveyard for drug development, with many large pharmaceutical companies either eliminating their brain disorder programs or cutting back heavily on such research. Novartis seemed to have made exactly this kind of drastic change two years ago when the company announced plans to shutter its neuroscience operations at its global headquarters in Basel, Switzerland. But the company made it known then that its intention was to ultimately set up a new neuroscience division at the company's US base in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The US site was initially picked to take advantage of the local academic strength in the field of psychiatric genetics. Now, it seems that Novartis is also looking to add stem cell technologies to the mix with the appointment in August of Ricardo Dolmetsch as the company's global head of neurosciences-the first new hire for the company's reincarnated division. As a professor at California's Stanford University School of Medicine for the past ten years, Dolmetsch made his name using induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells to study a rare form of autism known as Timothy syndrome. Elie Dolgin met with Dolmetsch at the Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research in the Technology Square area of Cambridge to discuss how he plans to succeed where so many others have failed.

  10. Becker meets Ricardo: A social and cognitive skills model of human capabilities

    Xianwen Shi; Ronald Wolthoff; Aloysius Siow; Robert McCann


    This paper studies an equilibrium model of social and cognitive skills interactions in school, work and marriage. The model uses a common team production function in each sector which integrates the complementarity concerns of Becker with the task assigment and comparative advantage concerns of Ricardo. The theory delivers full task specialization in the labor and education markets, incomplete task specialization in marriage. It rationalizes many to one matching, a common feature in labor mar...

  11. Arquitectura y prefabricación: últimas realizaciones en Francia de Ricardo Bofill

    Salas, Julián


    Full Text Available Not available.Se exponen, gráficamente, las últimas realizaciones de conjuntos de viviendas en los alrededores de París, según proyectos de Ricardo Bofill y del Taller de Arquitectura. Asimismo se comenta, especialmente, la utilización de técnicas de prefabricación en la ejecución de estas realizaciones, objeto de una fuerte polémica conceptual.

  12. Theory of Money of David Ricardo: Quantity Theory and Theory of Value

    Susumu Takenaga


    Full Text Available En lo que es necesario enfatizar, al caracterizar la teoría cuantitativa de David Ricardo, es en que ésta es una teoría de determinación del valor del dinero en una situación particular en la cual se impide que el dinero, sin importar cual sea su forma, entre y salga libremente de la circulación. Para Ricardo, la regulación del valor del dinero por su cantidad es un caso particular en el cual el ajuste del precio de mercado al precio natural requiere un largo periodo de tiempo. La determinación cuantitativa es completamente inadmisible, pero solo cuando el período de observación es más corto que el de ajuste. En todo caso, la determinación del valor del dinero rara vez es vinculada a su teoría del valor de las mercancías. Contrario a la interpretación aceptada comúnmente, Ricardo no aplicó a la determinación del valor del dinero una teoría del valor distinta de aquélla aplicada a las mercancías en general.




    Full Text Available Este artículo tiene como objetivo central analizar el papel del recurso tierra en la teoría económica de David Ricardo como primer acercamiento al análisis económico de los recursos naturales. Esto se realiza mediante una revisión bibliográfica analítica de la obra de Ricardo y de otros autores en torno a la misma. En este sentido, se examina el concepto de renta de la tierra, así como los planteamientos en torno a la llamada ley de los rendimientos decrecientes. Asimismo, se establecen algunas reflexiones críticas con relación al enfoque de la renta de la tierra. Un resultado importante del trabajo es que en el análisis de la renta de Ricardo está ausente el concepto de costo de oportunidad, lo cual implica una reconsideración del concepto de renta para abordar el análisis económico de recursos naturales.

  14. A fala fora de lugar: testemunho, resto, tempo e linguagem em Ricardo Piglia The speech misplaced: testimony, remnants, time and language in Ricardo Piglia

    Rafaela Scardino


    Full Text Available Um pensamento dedicado ao problema do testemunho defronta, não raro, questões relacionadas, intrinsecamente, a tempo e linguagem. Tais questões surgem no debate como conceitos de larga abordagem, uma vez que acompanham, por milênios, o desenvolvimento das meditações humanas. Giorgio Agamben, em parte significativa de sua obra, insere, no debate acerca do testemunho, um relevante ponto de discussão: o resto. Buscando refletir sobre esses aspectos, em especial sobre testemunho, resto, tempo e linguagem, propomo-nos a analisar o romance A cidade ausente, de Ricardo Piglia, de modo a investigar, na narrativa do escritor argentino, os mecanismos textuais que interrogam as possibilidades (e impossibilidades de constituição da experiência na contemporaneidade.Un pensamiento dedicado al problema del testimonio enfrenta, a menudo, problemas relacionados al tiempo y el lenguaje. Estas cuestiones surgen en el debate como conceptos de largo enfoque, una vez que acompañan el desarrollo de las meditaciones humanas. Giorgio Agamben, en importante parte de su obra, inserta en el debate sobre el testigo, un punto relevante de la discusión: el resto. Buscando reflexionar sobre estos aspectos, especialmente sobre el testimonio, el resto, el tiempo y el lenguaje, nos proponemos analizar la novela La ciudad ausente, de Ricardo Piglia, de modo a investigar, en la narrativa del escritor argentino, los mecanismos textuales que cuestionan las posibilidades (e imposibilidades de la constitución de la experiencia en la contemporaneidad.A thought devoted to the problem of testimony is often obliged to face questions related to time and language. Such issues arise in the debate as concepts of a broader approach, since they are attached to the development of human meditations. Giorgio Agamben, in a significant part of his work, inserts, in the debate about testimony, a relevant point of discussion: the remnant. Seeking to on these aspects, particularly on

  15. La discretio en Beniamin minor de Ricardo de San Víctor

    Carlos Hallet


    Full Text Available La estructura del alma y la antropología han sido temas abundantemente desarrollados por los autores cristianos medievales a partir de la expresión bíblica "imagen y semejanza". En ese contexto conceptual, el Beniamin minor de Ricardo de San Víctor muestra cómo ratio y affectio necesitan la discretio para equilibrar todas las virtudes y poder acceder a la contemplación. Ricardo, que ve en cada hijo de Jacob, un símbolo de las virtudes, atribuye la discretio a José, hijo de Raquel, quien a su vez representa la razón. El artículo recuerda cómo, ya a partir del final del siglo XII, la discretio quedará absorta en la noción de prudencia. Ricardo siendo su último e importante exponenteThe soul structure and the anthropology are topics that the christian authors of the Middle Age abundantly explained starting from the biblical expression imago et similitudo. In that conceptual context, Beniamin minor of Richard of Saint Victor demonstrates that ratio and affectio need discretio in order to equilibrate all the virtues and to be able to accede to the contemplation. Richard, who sees in every son of Jacob a symbol of the virtues, attributes discretio to Joseph, which is the son of Rachel, the symbol of reason. The article shows that, from the end of the XIIth century, discretio will be absorbed in the virtue of prudentia. Richard is his last and more important exponent

  16. Xaimaca de Ricardo Güiraldes: La escritura del bibelot americano

    Adriana A. Bocchino


    Full Text Available Based on the analysis of a typed copy of Xaimaca, with corrections made by Ricardo Güiraldes and Adelina del Carril, probably the last draft before it was sent to the printing press, this article recovers a writing process that enables us to read the patient building of an autonomous and self-sufficient aesthetics, long meditated in relation to the intellectual field surrounding the writer and laying the foundations for a literature to come. Returning to this text provides the chance to re-examine Güiraldes's place within the network of Argentinian literature

  17. La teoría de la historia del derecho en Ricardo Zorraquín Becú

    Vilches Fuentes,Hugo


    El artículo estudia las ideas del profesor Ricardo Zorraquín Becú, historiador del derecho indiano y del derecho argentino, que desde ambas especialidades salta a la historia del derecho como ciencia en sus relaciones con la historia y con el derecho.

  18. Pedagogía y humanismo en el pensamiento de Ricardo Nassif

    Silber, Julia Marta


    Con la intención de definir los rasgos de la pedagogía sostenida por Ricardo Nassif, se examina en este artículo el movimiento humanista en sus diferentes etapas históricas y en sus significaciones para el campo de la educación. Con ese objetivo, se analiza el componente central de la pedagogía de Nassif, influida principalmente por el neohumanismo: la concepción de la educación como proceso dialéctico, ya que transcurre históricamente a través de las funciones de conservación y renovación de...

  19. Ricardo Guilherme Dicke e o processo de transculturação na l iteratura

    Adriana Lins Precioso


    Full Text Available The article presents a brief overview of the emergence of the cultural studies in England, the concepts of Stuart Hall and the appropriation of these searches by the literary studies, mainly in Latin America represented through the contributions of Ángel R ama. To exemplify this proposal, we analyze excerpts of the short stories „Toada do Esquecido‟ (2006, „Sinfonia equestre‟ (2006, „A proximidade do mar‟ (2011, „O Velho Moço‟ (2011 and „A perseguição‟ (2011, by Ricardo Guilherme Dicke, writer from the state of Mato Grosso, who promotes the dialogue between regional and global issues by the transculturation bias.

  20. Sobre meninas e máquinas: “La nena” de Ricardo Piglia

    Odenildo de França Almeida


    Full Text Available La Nena” is one of the short-stories generated by the narrative machine of Ricardo Piglia’s novel La ciudad ausente (1992, and it proves to be the key for understanding the capacity of the storytelling process to function  as a tool for  the reconstruction of the narrating subject and its  experiences. Besides that, it hides the story of Laura, “la nena” that is mentioned in the title, a story that parallels  the story of the machine that created it, allowing, in part, to understand its  points of origin and its programming. “La nena” is also a tale generated according to the central theme of loss which sustains not only n the story history of the machine’s origin, but also that of the novel and of other short-stories within.

  1. Dimensões irônicas em Ricardo III, de Shakespeare

    Pedro Piccoli Garcia


    Full Text Available Analisa-se, no artigo, as diferentes formas com que a ironia se efetiva em um texto literário. Parte-se do pressuposto de que a ironia configura, ao mesmo tempo, uma figura de linguagem, como uma sentença que anula a si mesma na medida em que orienta o leitor a rejeitar seu significado literal; e uma visão de mundo, na medida em que implica uma postura de negação de uma realidade. À luz dos preceitos de D.C. Muecke e Søren Kierkegaard, busca-se identificar as dimensões irônicas da peça Ricardo III, de William Shakespeare, e refletir acerca delas.

  2. El diario de un escritor en Encuentro en Saint-Nazaire de Ricardo Piglia

    Amor Arelis Hernández Peñaloza


    Full Text Available En este artículoestudiamos el género diario íntimo a través de la nouvelleEncuentro en Saint-Nazaire(1988 que contiene el ”Diario de un loco”del escritor ficticio Stephen Stevensen. Este uso ficcional del diario, dentro delmarco de la estructura de la obra literaria adquiere un sentido diferente porque renuncia a la comunicación de algo íntimo y secreto, para convertirse en literatura, en ”comunicación estética”. Asimismopretendemosevidenciar la importancia y la magnitud del género diario en la unidad narrativa de un autor como Ricardo Piglia. Junto a esto, el ejemplo de Encuentro en Saint- Nazairenos ayudará a mostrar las características de este tipo de prosa pigliana, que funciona como un laboratorio de la escritura.

  3. Una [otra] novela que comienza: Lata peinada de Ricardo Zelarayán

    Carlos Hernán Sosa


    Full Text Available This work intends to analyze the novel Lata peinada [2008] by Ricardo Zelarayán, which shows a recovery of the uses of narrative experimentation in the tradition of Macedonio Fernández' antinovel and of the writing mode with variations as practiced by Leónidas Lamborghini. These filiations, eminently rooted in the literary history of the Río de la Plata, are articulated with linguistic uses that try to subtly imitate oral forms typical of Northwest Argentina, where the stories narrated take place. In this sense, Zelarayán's writing allows us to analyze the curious choice of an author who struggled for many years to place himself in the literary field of the city of Buenos Aires and who put forward a style interweaving strong metropolitan traditions [Macedonio, Cortázar, Lamborghini] with outstanding -though less renowned- authorial figures from the provinces [Manuel J. Castilla, Jacobo Regen

  4. Una [otra] novela que comienza: Lata peinada de Ricardo Zelarayán

    Carlos Hernán Sosa


    Full Text Available This work intends to analyze the novel Lata peinada [2008] by Ricardo Zelarayán, which shows a recovery of the uses of narrative experimentation in the tradition of Macedonio Fernández' antinovel and of the writing mode with variations as practiced by Leónidas Lamborghini. These filiations, eminently rooted in the literary history of the Río de la Plata, are articulated with linguistic uses that try to subtly imitate oral forms typical of Northwest Argentina, where the stories narrated take place. In this sense, Zelarayán's writing allows us to analyze the curious choice of an author who struggled for many years to place himself in the literary field of the city of Buenos Aires and who put forward a style interweaving strong metropolitan traditions [Macedonio, Cortázar, Lamborghini] with outstanding -though less renowned- authorial figures from the provinces [Manuel J. Castilla, Jacobo Regen

  5. ColaBoraBora, experiences around the commons. Interview with Ricardo Antón

    David Prieto Serrano


    Full Text Available Ricardo Anton is co-director of Amasté, an office of ideas behind the project ColaBoraBora which focuses on the commons, open source, collaborative dynamics and social entrepreneurship emerged from the opportunity framework offered by Eutokia , a Centre of Social Innovation in Bilbao. In this interview, the author not only describes the project itself but also the general reflections generated along the road of CBB: answering questions such as what is meant by the commons, and questions about the possibility of generating a social economy, about cultural, institutional and personal obstacles when undertaking the project or about the need to link theory and practice to build a common knowledge.

  6. O absurdo em «Caieira», de Ricardo Guilherme Dicke

    Hilda Gomes Dutra Magalhães


    Full Text Available Resumo: Nosso objetivo neste artigo consiste em analisar o espaço do absurdo no romance Caieira, do escritor matogrossense Ricardo Guilherme Dicke. Como suporte teóricometodológico, utilizamos as ideias sobre o absurdo de Camus. Durante a análise, percebemos que o espaço em que se desenvolvem as ações narradas em Caieira representa uma relação de dominação, em que os personagens são reduzidas a fantasmas ou objetos, presas num mundo de cal, árido de humanidade. Mesmo quando o personagem principal tenta reverter o quadro, acaba se transformando num reverso da mesma moeda, repetindo o modelo de dominação contra o qual se insurge, reeditando um ciclo de poder e dominação. Palavras-chave: Literatura brasileira; análise literária; absurdo; espaço.Abstract: Our aim in this paper is to analyze the space of the absurd at the novel Caieira, by Ricardo Guilherme Dicke, writer from Mato Grosso. As a theoretical-methodological support, we use the ideas of on the absurd presented by Camus. During the analysis, we find that the space in which the actions narrated in Caieira develop represents a relationship of domination, in which the characters are reduced to objects or ghosts, trapped in a world of lime, arid of humanity. Even when the main character tries to reverse the situation, eventually becoming a reverse of the same coin, repeating the pattern of domination against which it protests, reissuing a cycle of power and domination. Keywords: Brazilian literature; literary analysis; absurd; space.

  7. Arte, mito e historia en dos obras de Ricardo Menéndez Salmón

    Giovanna Fiordaliso


    Full Text Available Abstract – The object of this study are two works written by Ricardo Menéndez Salmon (1971- , La luz es más antigua que el amor (2010 and Medusa (2012. These texts are very interesting because, as postmodern works, they result as a mixture of different genres (essay, novel, biography and because they are built with a combination of fiction and history, through the red line of the reflection on Art. Through the experience of several artists, imagined or real, Ricardo Menéndez Salmon proposes a reflection on History and Myth, on the role of literature and art, establishing a significant relationship between the present and the past, memory and oblivion, language and images. Resumen – Objeto de este estudio son dos obras del escritor Ricardo Menéndez Salmón (1971- , La luz es más antigua que el amor (2010 y Medusa (2012. Estos textos son muy interesantes porque se fundan en una mezcla de varios géneros (ensayo, novela, biografía y se caracterizan por una manera original de combinar ficción e historia, reflexionando sobre el papel del Arte. A través de la experiencia de varios artistas, unos imaginados, otros reales, Ricardo Menéndez Salmón nos propone una reflexión sobre la Historia, el Mito, el papel de la literatura y el arte, el establecimiento de una relación significativa entre el presente y el pasado, la memoria y el olvido, el lenguaje y las imágenes.

  8. Ensino da Bioética Convergente de ricardo maliandi nos Cursos de medicina

    Nalita Maria Hall Brum de Barros Mugayar

    Full Text Available RESUMO Este artigo sublinha a patente deficiência dos currículos de Medicina em relação às Ciências Humanas e defende que o estudo da Bioética — disciplina que procura integrar as Ciências Humanas às Ciências Biológicas — poderá ajudar a preencher essa nociva lacuna. Apresentamos a Bioética Convergente de Ricardo Maliandi e Oscar Thüer como um valioso arcabouço teórico capaz de auxiliar o médico a protagonizar a resolução dos conflitos éticos inerentes à sua prática profissional, sem incorrer em unilateralidade. Comparamos sua fundamentação teórica com a conhecida proposta, também principialista, de Beauchamp e Childress, apontando as vantagens daquela em relação a esta. Exemplificamos sua aplicabilidade com a análise de potenciais conflitos éticos inferidos de informações obtidas em prontuário de uma paciente internada no Centro de Terapia Intensiva do Hospital Universitário Antônio Pedro. Para a realização dessa análise, buscamos, na literatura médica, dados probabilísticos em relação ã doença em questão (neoplasia de esôfago com fístula traqueoesofageana complicada por choque séptico pulmonar, ressaltando que esses dados podem ajudar na melhor compreensão do prognóstico, sem que por isso possam ser utilizados como respaldo da equipe médica para decisões unilaterais de limitação terapêutica. A literatura médica também nos brindou com propostas de condução de casos difíceis do ponto de vista ético, como o da paciente em tela. Escolhemos uma delas (Azoulayet al.12, reconhecendo e demonstrando sua compatibilidade com a Bioética Convergente de Maliandi e Thüer. Trata-se de um ensaio teórico sobre limitação terapêutica, no qual procuramos unir a fundamentação da literatura à aplicabilidade em um caso real de paciente crítica. Acreditamos que este artigo poderá ser um ponto de partida para a difusão da Ética Convergente — trabalho de toda a vida do filósofo Ricardo

  9. Labor as a source of value and capital formation:Ibn Khaldun, Ricardo and Marx – A Comparison

    Hasan, Zubair


    Exclusive writings on the contribution of Ibn Khaldun to economics in the English language have not been many, the references to his work also remain scanty and far between. Even in what little is available mostly authors talk about his views on professions, markets and the cloud he castes on merchants. The present paper avoids treading the familiar tracks. It sees close similarities between the views of Ibn Khaldun (1332 – 1406), David Ricardo (1772 – 1823) and Karl Marx (1818 -I823) in...

  10. Does agriculture really matter? the case of Korea, 1910-1970

    Vijaya Ramachandran


    Full Text Available Este artículo analiza la magnitud del crecimiento en el sector agrícola antes de la industrialización en Korea. Presenta un análisis que es contrario del punto de vista general sobre la naturaleza del crecimiento económico en Korea, cual es el de que éste fue muy poco en el sector agrícola antes del despegue industrial. Los datos sugieren más bien, que se realizaron grandes inversiones durante la colonización japonesa. Estas inversiones tuvieron altos rendimientos no sólo en términos de producción de arroz sino también en términos de construcción de capacidad institucional y creación de infraestructura. El caso koreano no es una anomalía sino un ejemplo algo singular e interesante de desarrollo agrícola que antecede a una rápida expansión industrial.

  11. De lo inmaterial literario al monumento arquitectónico: la casa museo de Ricardo Rojas / From the literary immateriality to the architectural monument: the House Museum of Ricardo Rojas

    Amanda Salvioni


    The House Museum of Ricardo Rojas, built in 1927 by the architect Angel Guido in Buenos Aires, is an ideal starting point for a reflection on the social uses of cultural heritage in Twentieth Century Argentina. The House reflects an aesthetic program that intended to reinvent the national tradition as a fusion between indigenous and Hispanic elements. Nonetheless, the national tradition codified by Rojas and Guido was the result of an arbitrary selection of heterogeneous elements that excluded immigrants and did not guarantee access to cultural heritage of all sectors of society. The project of the House was directly related to the emergence of cultural and politic nationalism that took place in Argentina from the Centenary of Independence in 1910 to the beginning of Second World War. This essay focuses on the contradictions of monumentalization of intangible cultural heritage in a multicultural society.

  12. Desemprego tecnológico: Ricardo, Marx e o caso da indústria de transformação Brasileira (1990-2007 Technological unemployment: Ricardo, Marx, and the case of the manufacturing industry in Brazil (1990-2007

    Joaquim Miguel Couto


    Full Text Available A questão do desemprego tecnológico preocupou a mente de dois dos maiores pensadores da ciência econômica: David Ricardo e Karl Marx. Ambos acreditaram que a introdução de novas máquinas poderia causar uma situação de desemprego crônico durante certo período de tempo. No entanto, esta era apenas uma possibilidade, que já havia ocorrido no capitalismo industrial inglês, mas que poderia ser evitada caso novos investimentos absorvessem a mão de obra dispensada pela introdução de nova maquinaria. O Brasil, por sua vez, passou, ao longo da década de 1990, por um período de reestruturação de seu parque industrial que, mediante a metodologia utilizada em nosso estudo, resultou na conclusão da existência do fenômeno do desemprego tecnológico durante boa parte da referida década.The issue of technological unemployment was a cause for concern for two of the greatest thinkers in the field of economic science: David Ricardo and Karl Marx. Both believed that the introduction of new machines could bring about chronic unemployment for a certain period of time. However, this was only a possibility that had already taken place within English industrial capitalism, but that could be avoid if new investments absorbed the workforce laid off by the introduction of new machinery. In the case of Brazil, the country underwent a restructuring period of its industrial base during the 1990s, which according to the methodology employed in our study, verified the existence of the technological unemployment phenomenon during much of the aforementioned decade.

  13. Cola Bora Bora, experiencias en torno al procomún. Entrevista con Ricardo Antón ColaBoraBora, experiences around the commons. Interview with Ricardo Antón

    David Prieto Serrano


    Full Text Available Ricardo Antón es co-director de Amasté, oficina de ideas detrás de ColaBoraBora (CBB; un proyecto en torno al procomún, el código abierto, las dinámicas colaborativas y el emprendizaje social surgido del marco de oportunidad ofrecido por Eutokia, Centro de Innovación Social de Bilbao. En esta entrevista se describe tanto el propio proyecto como reflexiones generales generadas a lo largo del propio camino de CBB: respondiendo cuestiones como qué se entiende por procomún, sobre la posibilidad de generar una economía social, sobre los frenos culturales, institucionales y personales a la hora de emprender el proyecto o sobre la necesidad de articular teoría y práctica para construir un saber procomún.Ricardo Anton is co-director of Amasté, an office of ideas behind the project ColaBoraBora which focuses on the commons, open source, collaborative dynamics and social entrepreneurship emerged from the opportunity framework offered by Eutokia , a Centre of Social Innovation in Bilbao. In this interview, the author not only describes the project itself but also the general reflections generated along the road of CBB: answering questions such as what is meant by the commons, and questions about the possibility of generating a social economy, about cultural, institutional and personal obstacles when undertaking the project or about the need to link theory and practice to build a common knowledge.

  14. Doctor Ricardo A. Ronderos (1928-1995. El legado de un destacado entomólogo argentino



    Full Text Available Se analiza la trayectoria académica y profesional del Prof. Dr. Ricardo Arturo Ronderos (1928-1995, quien fuera Presidente de la Sociedad Entomológica Argentina (SEA (1964-1979 y Director de su publicación periódica (RSEA (1968- 1985. Se incluyen sus principales aportes a la entomología y, en menor grado, a otros campos de las ciencias naturales, desarrollados durante cuatro décadas de actividad ininterrumpida (1954-1994. Se destaca su actuación en la formación de recursos humanos, en la organización de sociedades científicas y en el asesoramiento a organismos nacionales e internacionales de promoción científica, especialmente aquellas relacionadas con la evaluación ambiental de proyectos de infraestructura y sus impactos ambientales en macrosistemas acuáticos de Argentina, Paraguay y Uruguay.

  15. Headhunting and Colonialism. Anthropology and the Circulation of Human Skulls in the Portuguese Empire, 1870-1930, Ricardo Roque

    Frédéric Durand


    Full Text Available Le livre de Ricardo Roque sur la chasse aux têtes et le colonialisme dans l’empire portugais est tiré d’une thèse de doctorat soutenue à l’université de Cambridge en 2007. Bien que son titre laisse envisager une aire d’extension large, son propos se limite en réalité essentiellement à des éléments et événements liés à la colonisation de la partie orientale de l’île de Timor, située entre l’Indonésie et l’Australie. Les Portugais y ont mené des activités commerciales et religieuses à partir de...

  16. Respiración artificial de Ricardo Piglia: una reformulación de la novela de artista tras el fin de las utopías

    Inmaculada Donaire del Yerro


    Full Text Available Este estudio propone una lectura de Respiración artificial (1980, de Ricardo Piglia, desde la perspectiva del subgénero de la novela de artista, de acuerdo con la definición de Herbert Marcuse, que ha sido validada para las novelas de artista hispanoamericanas de finales del siglo XIX, en las que se centran la mayoría de los estudios críticos. La representación del escritor en Respiración artificial se compara con su representación en la narrativa de fin de siglo con un doble objetivo: poner de manifiesto el hecho de que Respiración artificial es una novela de artista propiamente dicha y asimismo mostrar la reformulación del subgénero llevada a cabo por Piglia a través de su amalgama con el policial. Palabras clave: novela hispanoamericana, novela de artista, policial latinoamericano, Ricardo Piglia, Respiración artificial.   This paper proposes a reading of Artificial respiration (1980 by Ricardo Piglia as an artist novel, according to Herbert Marcuse’s definition, validated for Latin American artist novels written at the end of the nineteenth century. The most influential critical studies have focused on that period. In this paper, the representation of the writer in Artificial respiration is compared with its corresponding representation at the end of the nineteenth century. This comparison allows us to highlight, on the one hand, the survival of the artist’s novel as an answer to the purpose of the literature after the end of the utopias. And on the other hand, the literary change carried out by Piglia: his reformulation of the character of the writer and also of the artist novel by employing narrative methods coming from the detective subgenre. Keywords: Latin American novel, artist’s novel, Latin American detective fiction, Ricardo Piglia, Artificial respiration.

  17. Un sistema de información para la ciencia argentina: biografía de Ricardo Alberto Gietz (1932-1998 = An information System for Argentine Science: Ricardo Alberto Gietz Biography (1932-1998

    Tomás Solari


    Full Text Available El presente artículo aborda el trabajo profesional del bibliotecario Ricardo Gietz, entre los años del Estado Benefactor desarrollado por el peronismo hasta el desmantelamiento del mismo por el neoliberalismo en la década de 1990. El interés en la figura de Gietz, se debe a que fue el único latinoamericano que tuvo a su cargo la presidencia de la FID, fue director del CAICYT y del Servicio Iberoamericano de Información sobre la Traducción de la UNESCO en la Argentina, entre otros cargos que ocupó en organismos nacionales e internacionales. Ha sido uno de los documentalistas más importantes que tuvo el país, no obstante, es desconocido para las nuevas generaciones de trabajadores de la información. Junto a su padre, que también había sido bibliotecario, tuvieron un papel clave en la implementación de políticas documentales y bibliotecológicas que, en algunos casos, siguen dando frutos dentro y fuera del CONICET = This article deals with the professional work of the librarian Richard Gietz, between the Welfare State developed by Peronism to the dismantling of the same by neoliberalism in the 1990s. The interest in the figure of Gietz is in that he was the only Latin American who was in charge of the presidency of FID, was the director of CAICYT, and of Latin American Service on Translation Information of UNESCO in Argentina, among other charges in national and international organizations. He was one of the most important documentalists in the country, however, he is unknown to the new generations of information workers. Along with his father, who was also a librarian, they played a key role in the implementation of documental and library policies and, in some cases, continue to bear fruit inside and outside CONICET.

  18. Ricardo Piglia lector de Walter Benjamin: compromiso político y vanguardia artística en los 70 argentinos.

    Luis Ignacio García García


    This paper analyzes the reception of Walter Benjamin by the young Ricardo Piglia. Walter Benjamin, together with Bertolt Brecht, was very important for Piglia’s self-comprehension in the context of the agitated aesthetical-political debates of the ’60s and ’70s. Piglia makes use of the Brechtian Benjamin to articulate aesthetics and politics in a way that singles out his critical work in those years. He builds, from the parameters of a production aesthetic, a position that goes beyond not only the idealistic aesthetics but also the principles of the socialist realism, putting aside the opposition between aesthetic experimentation and politicization of art.

  19. La ficci??n paranoica: lo fant??stico como transgresi??n social en Blanco nocturno y El camino de Ida de Ricardo Piglia

    Fern??ndez Cobo, Raquel


    A excepci??n de La ciudad ausente (1992), las novelas de Ricardo Piglia han sido consideras por la mayor??a de los cr??ticos como realistas. En este trabajo, pretendemos demostrar como el recurso de la metaficci??n, la intertextualidad y el motivo del doble provocan una ruptura con los modos de leer convencionales que permite leer toda su obra desde lo fant??stico. Piglia logra hacer confusas al lector las nociones de realidad y ficci??n provocando la incertidumbre y la paranoia. En sus novel...

  20. Ricardo Bracho | NREL

    - Finance, University of Connecticut Bachelors - Accounting, Universidad La Salle, Mexico Certified Public Manager within the Project Development and Finance Department in the Integrated Applications Center securitization, and portfolio management. Research Interests Climate Finance Market Regulation Distributed

  1. 'Ardor con ardor se apaga' de José Ricardo Morales y la actualización de la noción de ‘las tres culturas’ como estrategia discursiva

    Valdivia, P.


    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,

  2. De Italo Calvino a Ricardo Piglia, do centro para a margem: o deslocamento como proposta para a literatura deste milênio

    Renato Cordeiro Gomes


    Full Text Available O escritor italiano Italo Calvino deixou como testamento literário seis propostas que caracterizariam a literatura do "próximo milênio", mas não teve tempo de redigir a sexta dessas propostas, justamente a "consistência". O escritor argentino Ricardo Piglia, na conferência "Três propostas para o próximo milênio (e cinco dificuldades", proferida na Casa de las Américas, Cuba, em 2000, propõe, então, escrevê-la, não a consistência, mas o "deslocamento, a distância", para equacionar o problema do futuro da literatura e sua função na sociedade, vista, entretanto, a partir da margem, das bordas das tradições centrais da América Hispânica.El escritor italiano Italo Calvino ha dejado como testigo literario seis propuestas para caracterizar la literatura del "próximo milenio", pero no tuvo tiempo de escribir la sexta, justo la que llevaria el nombre de "consistencia". El escritor argentino Ricardo Piglia en su conferencia "Tres propuestas para el próximo milenio (y cinco dificultades", hecha en la Casa de Las Américas, Cuba, año 2000, intenta escribirla - no como consistencia - sino como "desplazamiento, distancia", para equacionar el problema del futuro de la literatura y su función en la sociedad, pero desde el margen, desde el borde de las tradiciones centrales de Hispano-América.The Italan writer Italo Calvino has left as his literary legacy the six proposals that would characterize the literature of the "next millenium", but he had no time to write "consistency", the sixth of these proposals. The Argentinian writer Ricardo Piglia at the "Three proposals for the next millenium (and five difficulties", conference held at "Casa de las Américas", Cuba, in 2000, proposes, therefore, to write the proposals "dislocation" and "distance" in the place of consistency, aiming at solving the problem of literature's future and its role in society, which is seen, however, from the edge, from the border of Spanish America's central

  3. [Biomedical health care in Angola and in the Companhia de Diamantes de Angola, circa 1910-1970].

    Varanda, Jorge


    The scope of this paper is to analyze the provision of biomedical care in Angola during the activities of the Companhia de Diamantes de Angola. A comparative analysis of public health policies and practices of various colonial actors, such as the health services of the Company, its state counterpart and other colonial companies, will reveal differences in investment in health, namely in health facilities, personnel and treatment. This survey as well as the living conditions highlight the idiosyncratic and central nature of the health services of the Company in terms of morbidity and mortality in Angola, and the importance of these representations for a caregiving empire.

  4. As duas vias do princípio das vantagens comparativas de David Ricardo e o padrão-ouro: um ensaio crítico The two ways of Ricardo's principle of comparative advantages and the gold standard: a critical essay

    Cláudio Gontijo


    Full Text Available This article critically resumes Ricardo's principle of comparative advantages pointing out internal coherence problems that have been neglected by the specialized literature. First, long-lasting disequilibria observed in the balance of trade seem incompatible with the idea that these disequilibria are caused by technical advances that change relative prices. Second, comparative advantages do not seem to work in an economy with a universally accepted commodity-money. Finally, the contradiction between the gold standard mechanisms, ruled by Smith's "Law of Reflux", and the quantitative theory of money, which is a necessary condition for the "second way" of the theory of comparative advantages.

  5. Ricardo, Marx y Keynes ante la Ley de Say : fundamentos microeconómicos de esta ley y de su crítica

    Posada Posada, Carlos Esteban


    El objetivo del presente artículo está expresado sintéticamente en el título, refiriéndose entonces, a las relaciones lógicas existentes entre: A) Las teorías ricardiana, marxista y Keynesiana de los precios y B) La posición de Ricardo, Marx y Keynes con respecto a dicha Ley. Se deduce de lo anterior que este artículo no estudia los fundamentos neo-clásicos de la Ley de Say o de sus críticas, aunque lo corriente sea identificar los términos: "fundamentos microeconómicos" de tesis macroeconómi...


    Cintya Arely Hernández-López


    Full Text Available The Rural School “Ricardo Flores Magon” is concerned about providing an education that contributes to the integral formation of its students, with the intention that they will graduate with the skills needed to enter the labor and social world, for it is required to acquire values that contribute of the significantly way to consolidate the graduate profile. The quantitative method was used in this research; It focuses on the type of non-experimental design; the sample was probabilistic, 90 students of the Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education. Among the results it highlighted that students who practice more often the values of responsibility, solidarity and tolerance obtain higher academic achievement than those of their classmates.

  7. Nationalsozialismus und Holocaust in der spanischen Gegenwartsliteratur: Fiktionalisierte ‚images malgré tout‘ bei Ricardo Menéndez Salmón

    Marco Thomas Bosshard


    Full Text Available Der vorliegende Artikel untersucht die literarischen Repräsentationen von nationalsozialistischen Kriegsverbrechen in den Romanen La ofensa und Medusa des spanischen Schriftstellers Ricardo Menéndez Salmón. Ausgehend von einer Kontextualisierung der Romane im Gesamtschaffen des Autors werden intertextuelle Bezüge nicht nur zu anderen literarischen Texten, sondern auch zur Theorie herausgearbeitet. Gegenüber dem im Zusammenhang mit Holocaust-Darstellungen oft postulierten ‚Bilderverbot‘ realisiert Menéndez Salmón in Anlehnung an Didi-Huberman fiktionalisierte images malgré tout im Medium der Sprache, deren Funktion über die Darstellung von Nazi-Verbrechen hinausgeht und eine metamediale Reflexion über den Zusammenhang von Bild, Sprache und Schrecken anstößt.

  8. Académico RICARDO RUEDA GONZÁLEZ (Panamá, abril 1, 1929 - Bogotá, noviembre 14, 2011

    Efraim Otero Ruiz


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    Anonadados por lo impetuoso de su separa-ción definitivanos reunimos aquí hoy bajo el cielo invernal de una Bogotá doliente para despedir los restos mortales de un paradigma de académicos, de señores y amigos como fue Ricardo Rueda González. Quizás así lo hubiera querido él, epítome de la elegancia y el ingenio bogotanos, para irse de esta tierra ajustando su corbata Tremlet, su chaqueta de Tweed y su bufanda de Cachemira como para salir airoso de este club del mundo moderno, que lo tenía ya aburrido por lo abigarrado, por lo vulgar y por lo anónimo; y llegar a donde el Padre Eterno sin presumir, confrmando que “la elegancia es el arte de pasar desapercibido”, como lo hubiera dicho Oscar Wilde, uno de sus autores preferidos.

    Porque tal es, señores académicos, queridos familiares y amigos, la imagen superficial que nos deja Ricardo. Digo superfical, porque en el fondo se agitaba el más profundo de los humanistas y el más compasivo y atento de los médicos, preocupado a toda hora por ayudar a sus abnegadas pacientes a concebir y a dar a luz lo mejor de sus entrañas, así como él mismo se preocupaba siempre por dar a luz lo mejor y más vivaz de su gracia y de su intelecto.

  9. De la melancolía al horror: una aproximación a la gráfica de Ricardo Warecki

    Elisabet Veliscek


    Full Text Available [es] Durante gran parte de su itinerario plástico, el artista rosarino Ricardo Warecki elaboró imágenes gráficas inspiradas en los repertorios iconográficos y en las convenciones estéticas de los movimientos modernos. Las nuevas formas de figuración, el expresionismo y el surrealismo fueron reinterpretados en una clave peculiar a partir de ilustraciones y grabados. En ellos prevalece desde una mirada sobre el sentimiento melancólico hasta paisajes oníricos, donde aparecen el erotismo y la violencia de los márgenes urbanos o la aspereza de la propia naturaleza. Estas imágenes, publicadas en periódicos y revistas culturales de Rosario desde finales de los años treinta hasta los primeros cuarenta, eran acompañadas por relatos literarios con un estilo narrativo cercano a lo fantástico. Si bien dicho vínculo operó como refuerzo de sentidos, Warecki se permitió ciertas licencias que le dejaron explorar significados diversos, excediendo las propias narraciones literarias. En un continuo devenir entre la representación de atmósferas de sosiego y escenarios caóticos, sus ilustraciones exhibieron una mirada cargada de emociones contrapuestas. Una ambigüedad que constituiría un rasgo distintivo tanto de su obra gráfica como de su personalidad. [en] During a large part of their itinerary plastic, the artist of Rosario, Ricardo Warecki, produced graphic images inspired by the iconographic repertoire and the aesthetic forms of the modern movements. The new forms of figuration, expressionism and surrealism were reinterpreted in a peculiar key from illustrations and engravings. Therein prevails since a poetic vision about the melancholic feeling until oneiric landscapes where it appears the eroticism and the violence of the urban margins or the roughness of the nature. These images, published in newspapers and cultural magazines in Rosario from the late thirties until the first forty, were accompanied by stories with a narrative style

  10. Programa e estratégia da revolução mexicana em Ricardo Flores Magón

    Fabio Santos


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    No decênio anterior a explosão da Revolução Mexicana (1910, Ricardo Flores Magón (1874-1922 liderou o Partido Liberal Mexicano em uma trajetória de radicalização política e ideológica, evoluindo da denúncia de cunho jurídico dos abusos da ditadura até afirmar-se como oposição revolucionária ao Porfiriato. Constrangido ao exílio nos Estados Unidos, Ricardo planejou duas

  11. Conversación con José Ricardo Morales Malva (Málaga, 1915- Santiago de Chile, 2016 Santiago, 01 de octubre de 2013.

    David Caralt


    Full Text Available En su brillante trayectoria como escritor –ensayista y celebrado autor dramático- José Ricardo Morales Malva estuvo vinculado de cerca a la arquitectura como profesor titular en la universidad e incluso representó a la arquitectura chilena en congresos internacionales, como el de Monumentos Históricos de la UNESCO (París, 1957 y el de la Unión Internacional de Arquitectos (Londres, 1961, siendo nombrado “Arquitecto Honorario” por el Colegio de Arquitectos de Chile en 1963 en la ciudad de Concepción. En 2003 durante una entrevista declaró: “Hay un cargo que recuerdo con placer: la creación de los departamentos de Humanidades y de Teoría e Historia de la Arquitectura. Nuestra misión era desarrollar en los alumnos el sentido humanístico de la ciencia. Que supieran buscar la causalidad de sus investigaciones; el equilibrio entre ciencia y humanidad, a pensar sobre la técnica y buscar modelos causales

  12. Do restrito ao irrestrito: o diário de reconhecimento do rio Paraguai por Ricardo Franco de Almeida Serra na revista do Instituto Histórico e Geográfico Brasileiro (IHGB

    Domingos Sávio da Cunha Garcia


    Full Text Available A comissão mista de demarcação da fronteira, determinada pelo Tratado de Santo Ildefonso, seguiu os seus trabalhos de acordo com os critérios definidos pelo Tratado, sendo fundamentais as explorações realizadas pela equipe de engenheiros e astrônomos na Capitania de Mato Grosso, na qual figurava o engenheiro Ricardo Franco de Almeida Serra (1748-1809. Neste artigo é analisado o contexto em que se deu a elaboração do diário de viagem de Ricardo Franco -com as informações sigilosas para a coroa portuguesa sobre o território e com as descrições cartográficas que trouxe- e os objetivos de sua posterior veiculação pela Revista do IHGB, que procurava reforçar a construção de uma ideia de nação para o Brasil independente no período que antecedeu à Guerra da Tríplice Aliança, legitimando através de documentos o domínio do território de sua fronteira oeste, objeto de disputas com Estados vizinhos. From the restricted to unrrestricted. The Paraguay Ri

  13. 李嘉图与曼德维尔经济伦理思想的分歧%The Differences of Economic Ethics between David Ricardo and Bernard Mandeville



    Both David Ricardo and Bernard Mandeville made great contribution to the development of modern economic thought. The former is a representative of utilitarianism, and the latter is a representative of egotism. Although they all emphasized the role of personal interests acting on social interests, there are fundamental differences between them. When the principle of general happiness, which was put forward by the David Ricardo, is regarded as an example, compared with " private vices, public benefits" which was put forward by Bernard Mandeville, we can find the fundamental differences between the two schools obviously. And the most important difference is that egoism has deliberately despised the social morality, but utilitarianism has never given up the pursuit of justice.%大卫·李嘉图和伯纳德·曼德维尔都对经济思想的形成和发展作出了很大贡献。前者代表的是功利主义,后者代表的则是利己主义。尽管他们都强调个人利益对社会利益的作用,但二者之间又有根本的分歧。以李嘉图的一般幸福原则为例,并与伯纳德·曼德维尔的“私恶即公利”进行对比。就可以明显看出两个学派的根本歧异。其中最重要的歧异就在于,利己主义显然有意地藐视了社会的道德,而功利主义却从来没有放弃过对于公正的追求。

  14. RICARDO, Eleonora J. (Org.. Gestão da educação corporativa - cases, reflexões e ações em educação a distância. 1. ed. São Paulo : Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007.

    Luciano Venelli Costa


    Full Text Available A educação corporativa vem ganhando espaço nas estratégias de gestão de pessoas, à medida que se percebe como o talento humano faz a diferença competitiva no mundo empresarial. A obra organizada por Eleonora Jorge Ricardo é uma coletânea de casos de implantação e consolidação de programas educacionais em grandes empresas e grupos, relatadas por pesquisadores, consultores e também pelos próprios responsáveis pela gestão de talentos e seu desenvolvimento nas empresas.

  15. RICARDO VENEGAS FLORES (1940 - 2015) | CTIO

    Preserving the Dark Skies La Oficina de Protección de la Calidad del Cielo del Norte de Chile - OPCC Light ³ su gran capacidad de trabajo, su meticulosidad y profesionalismo y su gran calidad humana, lo que le

  16. Aproximación al lenguaje político fundacional de la Concertación de Partidos por la Democracia en Chile. Análisis de los conceptos Democracia y Socialismo en las revistas políticas durante la segunda mitad de 1980: El caso de Ricardo Lagos

    Mauricio Kantar Contreras


    Full Text Available El golpe de Estado de 1973 inaugura en la izquierda chilena, particularmente en el Partido Socialista y el MAPU, un proceso de autocrítica frente a lo realizado durante la Unidad Popular, debido a este proceso se repiensan y reelaboran conceptos fundamentales del acervo teórico de la izquierda, modificando el lenguaje político de la oposición a la dictadura. En este escenario, revisamos las apropiaciones, reelaboraciones y usos conceptuales de la democracia y el socialismo que el líder socialista Ricardo Lagos desarrollo desde la tribuna de lasrevistas políticas opositoras al régimen dictatorial.

  17. Ricardo’s Work as Viewed by Later Economists


    value was necessary for exchange value but did not explain its magnitude. Jeremy Bentham with his usual clarity of thought did in fact resolve the...paradox by distinguishing between marginal and total utility; but as usual with him the fragment was not published. Bentham was very close to James Mill

  18. Ricardo Salles (éd., God and Cosmos in Stoicism

    Pierre-Marie Morel


    Full Text Available « Chaque homme est regardé comme une partie de l’univers, laquelle doit se conformer et concourir à l’ordre général, et à la perfection du tout ». C’est en ces termes que l’Abbé Batteux, professeur de philosophie grecque et latine au Collège Royal de France, définit la philosophie stoïcienne, dans sa Morale d’Épicure de 1758. Cette esquisse, malgré ses implicites, révèle bien l’une des images fortes que le stoïcisme antique a laissées à la Modernité. À l’op...

  19. Revisiting Ricardo: Can productivity differences explain the pattern of trade between EU countries?

    Beine, Michel


    In this paper we revise the empirical tests of the Ricardian model by testing properly the Ricardian hypotheses on bilateral trade flows. Our tests are based on NACE 2-digit industry aggregation of productivity and of bilateral trade flows between 21 EU member states for the period 1994-2004. We compare the matchings between relative bilateral sectoral productivity rankings and bilateral sectoral exports-to-imports ratio rankings for each of 21 x 20 country pairs. We find that the Ricardian h...

  20. Lucille Ball, the Queen of Show Business versus Lucy Ricardo, the Failed Actress

    Aurélie Blot


    Full Text Available Most American people, all generations taken into account, remember Lucille Ball as a great comic figure of the Fifties. Nonetheless, just a few people remember her as one of the most powerful women of her time. This might be because Lucille Ball refused to be considered as a businesswoman; she wanted to be seen as an actress above all. In this article, I will analyze how Lucille Ball became a businesswoman in spite of herself and how her success as an actress contributed to her success as a businesswoman.


    Pedro Eiras


    Full Text Available This essay aims to analyze three literary and cinematic meditations about the Ikea stores: a chronic, a theatre play, a movie of experimental cinema. It is questioned whether the ways in which the artistic work defies, by humor, the logic of consumption and analyzes the speech of the advertising and private property, to consider possible alternatives.

  2. Académico Dr. Ricardo Galán Morera (1938-2008

    Gustavo Malagón Londoño


    Tuve la suerte de ser su amigo durante más de cuarenta años en los cuales pude disfrutar de la exquisitez de su trato y de su riqueza intelectual. Preparamos con su coautoría cuatro libros sobre temas de calidad de salud, auditoría en salud, salud pública y administración hospitalaria, que han sido distribuidos por la casa Editorial en los países iberoamericanos. Fue verdaderamente grato adelantar esta labor productiva con él, por la creatividad y lucidez de sus conceptos y la rapidez y la lógica de sus raciocinios; fue un compañero excepcional en esta labor editorial. Como lo fue en la labor educativa cuando me acompañó en los albores de la Facultad Militar de Medicina y en las lides ejecutivas cuando trabajamos en la Secretaría de Salud de Bogotá. En su interesante carrera se desempeñó como Secretario General y Viceministro de Salud, fue el primer Superintendente de Salud, alto funcionario del Instituto Nacional de Salud, destacado Asesor de Organismos Nacionales e Internacionales y hasta el último de sus días se desempeñó como Director de los programas de postgrado en salud de la EAN.

  3. El Discovery Channel está al borde de la extinción. Entrevista con Ricardo Carrere

    Amorín, Carlos


    Afable, meticuloso pero distraído, Carrere es conocido y reconocido internacionalmente como uno de los más versados expertos en los aspectos no sólo ambientales de los bosques, sino también en los políticos, sociales y económicos. Participó en la reciente Sexta Conferencia sobre Cambio Climático realizada en La Haya, de la que hace un balance.Es pequeño, de aspecto amigable y mirada irónica. Fuma un cigarro tras otro, armados con tabaco Puerto Rico. Nació en Montevideo hace 58 años, es técnic...

  4. Kas valitsuse tarbimine mõjutab eratarbimist? / Lenno Uusküla

    Uusküla, Lenno


    Ilmunud ka: Kroon & Economy, nr. 3, 2004, lk. 5-16. Tarbimisfunktsioonidest, Ricardo samasuse teoreetilistest aspektidest, tarbe- ja kestvuskaupade olemusest, likviidsuspiirangutest, Ricardo samasusest Eestis. Graafikud. Tabelid

  5. América Latina: ¿Integración o Fragmentación?; Ricardo Lagos (compilador) : Buenos Aires, Edhasa, 2008

    Manera, Teresa Lucía


    Los autores, historiadores, politólogos, especialistas en ciencias sociales, pensadores de larga trayectoria y reconocido prestigio internacional ofrecen un excelente análisis reflexivo y propuestas sobre el presente y futuro de la región. La obra reúne ensayos preparados en el marco de un proyecto llevado a cabo por el Instituto Autónomo de México (ITAM), el Woodrow Wilson Internacional Center for Scholars y la Fundación Grupo Mayan. Se debatieron las versiones preliminares y se discutieron ...

  6. Geomorfologia, geodiversidade e análise da fragilidade ambiental das paisagens do parque estadual Serra Ricardo Franco, MT-Brasil

    Ana Rosa Ferreira


    Mato Grosso encontra-se em acelerado processo de desenvolvimento do agronegócio, expandindo cada vez mais suas fronteiras agrícolas. Por outro lado, amplia a criação de áreas de conservação ambiental sendo elas estaduais ou municipais. A concepção de proteção da flora, fauna e de recursos hídricos, manejo de recursos naturais, desenvolvimento de pesquisas científicas, manutenção do equilíbrio climático e ecológico e preservação de recursos genéticos, representa um importante instrumento para ...

  7. 78 FR 37788 - In the Matter of: Juan Ricardo Puente-Paez, Inmate Number #05086-379, FCI McDowell, Federal...


    ... exported from the United States to Mexico four military spec Interceptor body armor vests, which were... owned, possessed or controlled by the Denied Person, or service any item, of whatever origin, that is... subject to the Regulations are the foreign-produced direct product of U.S.-origin technology. V. This...

  8. Género y metaforización de la creación literaria en dos obras de Ricardo Piglia

    Teresa Orecchia Havas


    Full Text Available The reflection on language and on the experience of limits which characterizes modern literature has in literary worksoften taken the form of a contradictory debate over the female figure and gender. La ciudad ausente explores the imaginary of the [im]possible sex and of the journey of the female other with an original device in which the allegorization of the textual functioning and the fictionalization of a subversive femininity converge, apart from the evocation of some important models in the author's literary canon. This article analyzes the meaning of gender myths [the marginal and rebel woman] and the variants in the narrative of origins of the literary creation, as well as the representation of the phantasmal artist-work couple in the novel, concluding with an evaluation of the same issue in the opera script and performance

  9. BORTONI-Ricardo, Stella M. The urbanization of rural dialect speakers: a sociolinguistic study in Brazil. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 265p. BORTONI-Ricardo, Stella M. The urbanization of rural dialect speakers: a sociolinguistic study in Brazil. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 265p.

    Maria Jandyra Cunha


    Full Text Available Quais são os principais fatores em ação na preservção das variedades linguisticas rurais e/ou não padrão no Brasil? Seria a sua manutenção simplesmente o resultado do analfabetismo ou da marginalização social ou geografica? Os dialetos retrocedem a medida que a população ganha acesso a educação formal? Até que ponto há uma ideologia de prestigio operando entre a chamada população marginal? Até que ponto a tendência homogeneizadora da sociedade urbana oscila entre duas forças contrarias: de um lado as pressões de uma padronização, de outro a manutengao das formas não-padrão como baluartes de identidades grupais?

  10. Modificando prácticas en salud ambiental a través del modelo de Nola Pender en la comunidad educativa Ricardo Palma, Mórrope 2011-2012

    Carrasco Fernández, Juver Augusto


    La presente investigación mixta tipo concurrente, con enfoque metodológico acción participación, tuvo como objetivo modificar las prácticas en salud ambiental de una comunidad educativa primaria rural a través del modelo de Nola Pender, 2011 - 2012. Las bases conceptuales se sustentan en: Rengifo (2011) para salud ambiental y Nola Pender (2011) para promoción de la salud. La muestra fue probabilística causal de 32 estudiantes entre el 4to y 5to grado de educación primaria, asimismo los sujeto...

  11. Punakeskus


    Ricardo Legoretta kujundatud kujutava kunsti keskus Santa Fe kolledzhile. Tomatipunane hoone, ehitatud eri tasapindadele. Hoones on ruumi tudengitele joonistamiseks ja maalimiseks, kunstiajaloo keskusele, fotokunstikeskusele.

  12. Unistuste õhuloss juustumaal Šveitsis / Ivar-Kristjan Hein

    Hein, Ivar-Kristjan


    New Yorgi arhitektide Elizabeth Dilleri (46) ja Ricardo Scofidio (65) looming Neuchateli järvel - kunstlik pilv, kuhu saab siseneda. Arhitektid eksperimenteerivad ruumikasutuse erinevate võimalustega

  13. Images in medicine


    Pearled papules over tattoo: Molluscum cotagiosum. Ricardo Ruiz-Villaverde1,&, Daniel Sánchez-Cano2. 1Dermatology Unit. Complejo Hospitalario de Jaen, Jaen, Spain, 2Internal Medicine. Hospital Santa Ana, Motril, Granada, Spain. &Corresponding author: Ricardo Ruiz-Villaverde, Dermatology Unit. Complejo ...

  14. Multilingual Manipulation and Humor in "I Love Lucy"

    Kirschen, Bryan


    "I Love Lucy" is considered to have been one of the most humorous television programs in the United States as early as the 1950s. This paper explores the use of language by the protagonists, Lucy and Ricky Ricardo, in order to understand the source of the program's humor. Linguistic analysis of the Ricardos' speech is applied,…

  15. Root Cause Investigation Best Practices Guide


    Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 1997 A-1 Appendix A. Case Study A.1 Type B Reaction Wheel...Ricardo Gonzalez ricardo.gonzalez@baesystem BAE Systems Dale Gordon Rocket Chuck Gray Fescorp Luigi Greco

  16. Peñaranda Supelano, Daniel Ricardo. 2015. Guerra propia, guerra ajena. Conflictos armados y reconstrucción identitaria en los Andes colombianos. El movimiento armado Quintín Lame. Bogotá: Cnmh, Iepri. ISBN: 978-958-59068-5-3

    Juan José Escobar López


    Full Text Available ¿Cuál es la relación entre el conflicto armado y las comunidades indígenas? ¿De qué manera y por qué medios han buscado reivindicar su cultura, su lengua, a la vez que proteger su territorio y su identidad estos grupos? ¿Cómo se han visto afectados, usados y desprotegidos por los grupos al margen de la ley los pueblos indígenas? Tantas preguntas buscan responder esta investigación, que nos interesa analizar, entonces, su papel historiográfico en la tarea por reconstruir la memoria histórica.

  17. GLOBAL WARMING AND POSSIBLE EFFECTS ON FUTURE THE BRAZILIAN GRAIN PRODUCTION Hilton S. Pinto.State University of Campinas (UNICAMP). CNPq. Eduardo D. Assad. Embrapa Agriculture Informatics (CNPTIA). CNPq. Eduardo Pavao. Embrapa Agriculture Informatics (CNPTIA). Ricardo Luna. Embrapa Agriculture Informatics (CNPTIA)

    Pinto, H. S.; Assad, E. D.; Pavao, E.; Luna, R.


    According to the Brazilian Government (CONAB, July 2012) the actual area of grain production in the country is close to 50.8 million ha and the perspective of production is 162.6 million of tons. Maize and Soybean are responsible for more than 83% of the total harvest. The area available for agriculture in Brazil is 282.2 million ha or close to 33% of the total land of the country. From 1991 until 2010 the agricultural technology was responsible for an increase of production close to 154% while the planted area raised only 25%. Considering this rate of production in the last 20 years the Ministry of Agriculture made an extrapolation for 2020, when the country can produce close to 176 million of grains being 65 million tons of maize, 86 million tons of soybean and 70 million bags of coffee. In this case, it was not considered any variation in the climate conditions. In 2002, in partnership with the British Embassy in Brazil, Unicamp and Embrapa published the study "Global Warming and the New Geography of Agricultural Production in Brazil" (Pinto and Assad, 2002) based on a Regional Climate Model PRECIS from Hadley Centre, where the grain production was estimated to decrease due to temperature rise. Without considering any mitigation or adaptation action, in the worst scenario (A2-IPCC) the principal crops to be affected will be coffee with 6.7% estimated production decrease until 2020, soybean 22% and corn 12%. On the other hand, sugar cane, as a C4 plant, will have an increase of production in the order of 170%. As suggested by the Word Bank, a new project was developed for a more detailed analysis of the influence of the global warming in the Brazilian agriculture, affecting temperature and water deficit in the years 2020 and 2030. It was considered initially 23 Global Climatic Models (GCM) defined by IPCC, that were separated in blocks of similar comportment using cluster multivariate analysis. Other 3 Regional Climatic Models (RCM) were also used to give more detailed information of the future scenarios: PRECIS, BRAMS and ETA. The 4 GCMs that showed more similarity among themselves and the 3 RCM were used as simulation models with similar behavior for establishing the new scenarios for 2020 and 2030. The better and the worst forecast of the curves were used as simulation points for the future agriculture scenarios. In Brazil, most part of the agricultural plantation as well as the insurance are financed by the Ministry of Agriculture that has a basic directive of following the Public Policy Program of Climatic Risk Zoning for authorizing what, when and where to plant according to climate predominance. Based in this program and in the new climatic scenarios provided by the 7 models, a new geography for Brazilian agriculture was suggested for the years 2020 and for 2030 showing the same pessimistic tendency of decrease in production close to 24% for soybean and 19% for maize summer season as compared to 2012. The results obtained with this study were used as input for the economics complimentary analysis of Brazilian possible modification of the agribusiness until the years 2020 and 2030.

  18. Evaluation of substrates from renewable-resources in biosurfactants ...

    Evaluation of substrates from renewable-resources in biosurfactants production by Pseudomonas strains. Sidnei Cerqueira dos Santos, Luzimar Gonzaga Fernandez, Juan Carlos Rossi-Alva, Milton Ricardo de Abreu Roque ...

  19. Browse Title Index

    Items 251 - 300 of 1250 ... Ricardo Gomez-Flores, David Espinosa-Ramos, Ramiro ... Porfiria Barrón- Gonzalez, Patricia Tamez-Guerra, Reyes Tamez-Guerra, ... TC Fleischer, MLK Mensah, AY Mensah, G Komlaga, SY Gbedema, H Skaltsa.

  20. Anneli Remme soovitab : Kammerdžässi kava "Jõulud mõisas" / Siim Nestor

    Nestor, Siim, 1974-


    Eesti-Tšiili trio Raivo Tafenau - Meelis Vind - Ricardo Padilla kontsertidest sarja "Mõisaromantika" raames 25. nov. Taagepera lossis Valgamaal, 26. nov. Tõstamaa mõisas Pärnumaal ja 16. dets. Vihterpalu mõisas Harjumaal

  1. Research Article Special Issue



    Oct 17, 2017 ... There are some advantages of relationship marketing strategy that ..... [20] Wang C L. Guanxi vs. relationship marketing: Exploring underlying differences, ... [24] Ricardo R, Wade D. Corporate performance management: How ...

  2. Combined Effects of JP-8 Fuel and Ceramic Thermal Barrier Coatings on the Performance and Emissions of a DI Diesel Engine

    Klett, David


    .... The experiments were conducted on a Ricardo Hydra single-cylinder DI diesel engine. Thin ceramic thermal barrier coatings were applied to various combustion chamber surfaces including the piston crown, cylinder head, and cylinder liner...

  3. 75 FR 64782 - Additional Designations, Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act


    ... Negros, Baja California Norte, Mexico; R.F.C. CDO-980604-4V7 (Mexico); (ENTITY) [SDNTK]. 4. MANTENIMIENTO.... FLCCAL64032609H300 (Mexico); (INDIVIDUAL) [SDNTK]. 2. GARCIA SANCHEZ, Ricardo, c/o MANTENIMIENTO, AERONAUTICA...

  4. Matemáticas

    Uriel Octavio Moreles Vázquez


    Full Text Available Berlanga Zubiaga, Ricardo, Carlos Bosch Giral, Juan José Rivaud Morayta. Las Matemáticas, perejil de todas las salsas. México: (SEP; FCE; CONACYT, 2001. (La Ciencia para todos; No. 163.

  5. Renforcement des capacités d'évaluation dans le domaine des ...

    . North of Sahara, South of Sahara, Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia. Project Leader. Ricardo Ramirez. Project Leader. Peter Brodhead. Institution. New Economy Development Group, Inc. Institution Country. Canada. Institution Website.

  6. 150th anniversary of veterinary education and the veterinary profession in North America: part 2, 1940-1970.

    Smith, Donald F


    This article is the second in a series of four to be published in the Journal of Veterinary Medical Education (JVME). These articles are abridged versions of six lectures that make up an elective course on the history of the veterinary profession in North America offered at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine to students in all four years of the program. The course is built in part on a series of biographies and interviews captured in a collection at, and complemented by a growing collection of historical and public policy blogs at This article describes the development of the veterinary profession from 1940 to 1970, with particular emphasis on World War II, the Land Grant colleges established in the mid- and late 1940s, women in veterinary medicine (1910-1970), and African-Americans (ca. 1890-1945). Though the article is somewhat Cornell-centric because the lectures were presented to Cornell students at their home institution, many events are representative of the broader American experience.

  7. Adam Smith on labour and value: challenging the standard interpretation

    Ormazabal Sánchez, Kepa Mirena


    This paper was presented at the Seminars of the Department of Foundations of Economic Analysis I, University of the Basque Country in September 2004. This paper has two parts. In the first I critically analyze Smith’s refutation of the labor theory of value in book I, chapter 6 of his “Wealth of Nations”. My thesis is that Smith’s refutation is unsound and that Ricardo and Marx rightly saw why. In the second part I discuss Blaug’s critique of the Ricardo-Marx refutation of Smith. According...

  8. Journal of East African Natural History - Vol 104, No 1-2 (2015)

    Andrew E. Bowkett, Trevor Jones, Francesco Rovero, Martin R. Nielsen, Amy B. Plowman, Jamie R. Stevens, 91-125 ... Andrew R. Marshall, Ricardo J.R. Lemos de Figueiredo, Roy E. Gereau, Yahya Abeid, Antje Ahrends, Eibleis Fanning, Trevor Jones, Jon C. Lovett, Cara J. Marshall, Tim R.B. Davenport, Claire E.

  9. Control of Chaos: New Perspectives in Experimental and Theoretical Science. International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos in Applied Sciences and Engineering. Theme Issue. Part 1. Volume 8, Number 8, August 1998.


    de Matemdticas, Universidad de Murcia, Murcia, Spain RICARDO CHACON Departamento de Electr6nica e, Ingenieria Electromecdnica, Escuela, de... Ingenierias Industriales, Universidad de Extremadura, 06071, Badajoz, Spain MIGUEL ANGEL LOPEZ Departamento de Matemdticas, Aplicada, Escuela Universitaria de...World Scientific Publishing Company FUZZY CONTROL OF CHAOS OSCAR CALVO* CICpBA, L.E.L C.1, Departamento de Electrotecnia, Facultad de Ingenieria

  10. Maal ei ole surnud / Jaan Elken

    Elken, Jaan, 1954-


    Põhjamaade ja Baltikumi I maalibiennaal Rootsis Väsbys. Biennaali Rootsi-poolne kuraator ja kujundaja Ricardo Donoso, Eesti komplekti koostas Mare Pedanik. Eksponeeritud on Tiit Pääsukese, Ado Lille, Andres Toltsi, Kaido Ole, Jaan Elkeni tööd. Näituse ülevaade, eraldi peatutud Leedu ja Läti kunstnikel

  11. Erakust muusiku maja Jaapanis


    Väikesel kunstlikul neemel asuva maja eksterjöör koosneb lihtsatest valgetest pindadest, maja läänekülg avaneb Vaikse ookeani lahele. Interjöör on rikkaliku koloriidiga. Kavandas mehhiko arhitekt Ricardo Legorreta koos kolleegidega Kajiama Designist

  12. Bulletin of Materials Science | Indian Academy of Sciences

    Author Affiliations. Alana Fernandes Golin1 Ricardo Stefani1. Laboratório de Estudos de Materiais (LEMAT), Instituto de Ciências Exatas e da Terra, Av. Governador Jaime Campos 6390, Campus Universitário do Araguaia, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso, 78600-00 Barra do Garças – MT. Brazil ...

  13. Group recommendation strategies based on collaborative filtering

    Ricardo de Melo Queiroz, Sérgio


    Ricardo de Melo Queiroz, Sérgio; de Assis Tenório Carvalho, Francisco. Group recommendation strategies based on collaborative filtering. 2003. Dissertação (Mestrado). Programa de Pós-Graduação em Ciência da Computação, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Recife, 2003.

  14. Mineral content in French type bread with sodium replacement using ...

    Mineral content in French type bread with sodium replacement using fluorescence spectrometry X-rays by energy dispersive. Thaisa A. Souza Gusmão, Rennan P. De Gusmão, Severina De Sousa, Mário Eduardo R. Moreira Cavalcanti Mata, Maria Elita M Duarte, Rossana Maria F. De Figuereido, Ricardo T Moreira ...

  15. Majanduse spetsialiseerujad ja kõigesööjad / Mikk Salu

    Salu, Mikk, 1975-


    Kas riigid peaksid majandusedu saavutamiseks spetsialiseeruma või hoidma võimalikult laia profiili. Majandusteadlaste Ricardo Hausmanni ja Bailey Klingeri ning füüsikute Albert-Laszlo Barabasi ja Cesar Hidalgo vaatenurgast küsimusele, mida toota ja kuidas ühelt tootelt teisele üle minna

  16. Area Handbook Series: Paraguay: A Country Study


    interna- tionally popular; lyrics in Spanish and Guarani were a hallmark of Paraguayan culture. 64 The Society and Its Environment Sociolinguist Joan...the Paraguayan econo- my in the 1980s was Guillermo F. Peroni and Martin Burt’s Paraguay: Laws and Economy. Two more critical essays were Ricardo

  17. Xylanase from Fusarium heterosporum: Properties and influence of ...



    Feb 26, 2014 ... influence of thiol compounds on xylanase activity. Paulo Ricardo ... and the extraction of plant oil, coffee and starch (Ahmed ... of F. heterosporum on 5 g of various carbon sources ... brewing residue under solid-state fermentation (fungal strain and .... active within the acidic pH range of 4.5 to 5.5 and.

  18. Characterization of Synthetic Aperture Radar Image Features of the Ocean as a Function of Wind Speed and High Frequency Radar Products


    Portugal 7. Instituto Hidrografico - Biblioteca Portuguese Navy, Instituto Hidrografico Lisbon, Portugal 8. Escola Naval - CINAV Base Lisboa, 2810-001 Alfeite Almada, Portugal 9. Escola Naval - Biblioteca Base Naval de Lisboa, 2810-001 Alfeite Almada, Portugal 10. LT Ricardo Vicente Portuguese Navy, Instituto Hidrografico Lisbon, Portugal

  19. La ciudad violenta y su memoria

    Inzaurralde, Gabriel


    The aim of this thesis is to explore in which way Latin American novels from the last decade of the twentieth century represent urban violence. These novele are: Plata quemada by Ricardo Piglia, La pesquisa by Juan José Saer and La virgen de los sicarios by Fernando Vallejo. All three display

  20. Innovative Leadership: Insights from a Learning Technologist

    Campbell, Bruce


    Professor Ricardo Torres Kompen is a leading proponent for, and researcher in, personal learning environments (PLEs). During his interview, Torres Kompen clarified his research on PLEs, particularly the digital toolbox within PLEs. He elaborated on experiences with implementing PLE initiatives, personal insights on using social media and Web 2.0…

  1. Välismaa arhitektuuriuudised / Mihkel Karu

    Karu, Mihkel, 1983-


    Arhitektuuribüroode Office dA ja Johnston Markelee öko-bensiinijaam. Neutlelings-Riedijk AB projekteeritud elamu Rotterdami tööstuspiirkonnas. Paviljon-kohvik Lissabonis, arhitektid Joao Pedro Falcao de Campos ja Jose Ricardo Vaz. Eramu Prantsusmaal, arhitektuuribüroo Peripherique Architects

  2. La batalla de Budapest. Historia de la insurrección húngara de 1956 [book review

    Huguet, Montserrat


    Este artículo reseña: Ricardo Martín de la Guarcia, Guillermo Pérez Sánchez, István Szilágyi. "La Batalla de Budapest. Historia de la insurrección húngara de 1956". Madrid: Actas, 2006. ISBN: 8497390547

  3. Sobre Dios y el mundo. Una autobiografía dialogada

    Carabante, Josemaría; Spaemann, Robert


    Reseña del libro "Sobre Dios y el mundo. Una autobiografía dialogada" de Robert Spaemann, por Josemaría Carabante. Traducción: José María Barrio Maestre y Ricardo Barrio Moreno Palabra, Madrid. 2014, 396 págs

  4. Maailma jalgpallis valitseb nooruslik uljus / Aet Süvari, Veiko Visnapuu

    Süvari, Aet, 1977-


    Täna õhtul selgub Zürichis rahvusvahelise jalgpalliliidu FIFA galaõhtul, kes on 2007. aasta parim jalgpallur. Sõelale on jäänud kolm meest - Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro, Lionel Andres Messi ja Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite

  5. Luis José de Tejada y Guzmán : espejo de peregrinos penitentes

    Darío Achury Valenzuela


    Full Text Available Graciela Maturo, docta escritora argentina, ha escrito un estudio documentado y erudito bajo el rubro de Luis de Tejada y su peregrino místico, editado por el Instituto de Literatura Argentina "Ricardo Rojas", de la Universidad de Buenos Aires.

  6. Otsustusõigus töötajatele!? / Lawrence M. Fisher ; tõlk. Kadi Tarand

    Fisher, Lawrence M.


    Semco Grupi peadirektor Ricardo Semler on ettevõtte juhtimises praktiseerinud uut meetodit, mille puhul töölised on kaasatud oluliste otsuste tegemisse. Osalusjuhtimine ja korporatiivdemokraatia. Kommenteerivad: Kaspars Kaulinsh. Semleri meetodi rakendamiseks tuleb pidada kaks olulist võitlust; Alo Lillepea. Kuus inimest kümnest ei mõista Semlerit

  7. Cinematographic and Political Transitions in "La Redada" and "La Frontera"

    Franco, Bridget V.


    This paper reveals and analyzes the cinematographic, political, and aesthetic transitions intersecting two Southern Cone films that premiered concurrently in 1991: the award-winning Chilean movie "La frontera" by Ricardo Larraín and the forgotten Argentine independent production "La redada" directed by Rolando Pardo. Despite…

  8. Application of multivariate analysis to evaluate the biochemical ...

    Luma Castro de Souza, Glauco André dos Santos Nogueira, Risely Ferraz de Almeida, Leane Castro de Souza, Myriam Galvão, Cândido Ferreira de Oliveira Neto, Tamires Borges de Oliveira, Ismael de Jesus Matos Viégas, Ricardo Shigueru Okumura ...

  9. Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science - Vol 2, No 1 (2003)

    Combined Effects of Temperature and Salinity on Larval Development of the Mangrove Crab Parasesarma catenata Ortman, 1897 (Brachyura: Sesarmidae) · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. José Paula, Ricardo Nogueira Mendes, James Mwaluma, ...

  10. Population Dynamics and Diversity of Synechococcus on the New England Shelf


    Suzanne L Strom, Brian Palenik, and Bianca Brahamsha. Vari- ability in protist grazing and growth on different marine Synechococcus isolates. Applied...Ricardo Anadón. Protist control of phytoplankton growth in the subtropical north-east atlantic. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 221:29– 38, 2001. [86

  11. Innovar en diseño, nuevas tendencias en el marco de la Publicidad y el Periodismo

    José Luis González-Esteban


    Full Text Available Reseña del libro 'Diseño gráfico publicitario: principios fundamentales para el análisis y elaboración de mensajes visuales', publicado por los profesores Manuel Montes Vozmediano y Ricardo Vizcaníno-Laorga, y editado por Ommpress.

  12. Evaluadores del Número

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    Full Text Available Corina Rodriguez – Centro Interdisciplinario para el Estudio de la Política Pública/CONICETEleonor Faur - Fondo de Población de Naciones UnidasIara María de Almeida Souza – Universidade Federal do Bahía, BrasilKatia Sento Sé Mello - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, BrasilLeonor Slavsky – Instituto Nacional de Antropología y Pensamiento LatinoamericanoLorena Rodríguez – Universidad de Buenos AiresRicardo Abduca – Universidad de Buenos AiresRicardo Melgar Bao – Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, MéxicoRossana Guber – Instituto de Desarrollo Económico y SocialVictoria Ceres – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil Ilustración de Tapa El pensamiento se hace forma, 2010, oleo sobre tela, 100 x 40cm. Silvana Merello, Artista Plástica




    El caso de Ricardo Farías es un acontecimiento en la vida jurídica de nuestro país, al ser un poblador de calle que se atrevió a demandar al Estado el cumplimiento y la protección de sus derechos establecidos en la Constitución Política de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos. La autoridad jurisdiccional que conoció sobre el caso de Ricardo Farías, determinó la responsabilidad de la Secretaría de Desarrollo Social del Distrito Federal, al no poder otorgarle protección en el momento que terminó por...

  14. Por qué Cortázar?

    José Luis De Diego


    semánticas, históricas e ideológicas del género “novela de aprendizaje”. En la segunda, se plantea una lectura crítica de seis novelas claves en el itinerario del género en nuestro país: Divertidas aventuras del nieto de Juan Moreira, de Roberto Payró; Don Segundo Sombra de Ricardo Güiraldes; El juguete rabioso de Roberto Arlt; La traición de Rita Hayworth de Manuel Puig: Respiración artificial de Ricardo Piglia y Flores robadas en los jardines de Quilmes de Jorge Asís. Debido a su extensión, el artículo se publica en dos entregas; la primera formó parte del número 6 de Orbis Tertius, y aquí se presenta la segunda

  15. Transnational Crime Fictions and Argentina's Criminal State

    Caballero, Juan


    My dissertation, titled "Transnational Crime Fictions and Argentina's Criminal State," proposes a new understanding of the dictatorship novels of Ricardo Piglia, Juan José Saer, and Manuel Puig grounded in their shared appropriation from popular crime fiction. Across the 1940's, 50's, and 60's, a wide range of popular crime fiction was translated, written, theorized, printed and reprinted in Argentina, and these popular genres grew steadily in readership, visibility, and cultural legitimacy....

  16. Conception de réseaux de télécommunications : optimisation et expérimentations

    Lalande , Jean-François


    Jury: Jean-Claude Bermond, Abdelmadjid Bouabdallah, Ricardo Cordeiro Corrêa, Jean-Marc Fédou, Michel Syska, Samir Tohmé; This thesis deals with optimization problems in telecommunication networks. Our first goal consist in identifying the specific problems in optical and satellite networks and to present our contributions for optimizing the network resources. The second goal consist in presenting the developed softwares for the design and optimizations of networks.The first part begins with t...

  17. Long-run determinants of immigration to Germany 1974 - 1999: A Ricardian framework

    Foders, Federico


    This paper examines the long-run determinants of immigration to Germany using a modified version of the Ricardo model. After a brief overview of labour flows to Germany and the related empirical literature, a Ricardian model of migration is estimated using static panel data methods. The results show that variables representing factor abundance appear to have no effect whatsoever on labour flows to Germany in a period of rising unemployment (1974–1999), while variables representing income or p...

  18. Gestión ambiental urbana en un barrio del área metropolitana del Gran Resistencia

    Foulkes, María Dora


    Fil: Foulkes, María Dora. Universidad Nacional del Nordeste. Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo; Argentina. Fil: Lombardo, Ricardo. Universidad Nacional del Nordeste. Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo; Argentina. Fil: Berent, Mario. Universidad Nacional del Nordeste. Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo; Argentina. La gestión ambiental se entiende como el conjunto de acciones realizadas por una sociedad, o una parte de la misma, para proteger el ambiente, modificando situaciones...

  19. The Economics of Starvation

    Stahl, Rune Møller


    Stahl investigates the role of liberal economics in the formulation of the disastrous famine policy of the British colonial administration in nineteenth-century India, where millions of Indians starved to death in a series of famines. The chapter examines the influential debates around the Great....... The hegemonic position of free trade ideas and economic liberalism allowed for proponents of a hard laissez-faire line to mobilize considerable intellectual resources, from Adam Smith to Ricardo, to overcome humanitarian critiques....

  20. Las cicatrices de la fugacidad

    Edgar O'Hara


    Full Text Available Fernando de Szyszlo. Reproducciones en color y textos en inglés (más separata con traducción castellana de Mario Vargas Llosa, Ana Moría Escallón, Ricardo Pau-Llosa; entrevista de Ana María Escallón y cronografía de Judith Alnaís. Ediciones Alfred Wild, Bogota, 1991.

  1. TICs en las PYMES de Centroamérica: Impacto de la adopción de ...

    TICs en las PYMES de Centroamérica: Impacto de la adopción de las tecnologías de la información y la comunicación. Book cover TICs en las PYMES de Centroamérica: Impacto de la adopción de las tecnologías. Auteur(s) : Ricardo Monge-González, Cindy Alfaro-Azofeifa, and José I. Alfaro-Chamberlain. Maison(s) ...

  2. Minutes of Leibniz-Sozietaet der Wissenschaften

    Herrmann, Dieter B.; Lanius, Karl; Flach, Guenter; Jaeger, Klaus; Sylvers, Malcolm; Heise, Arne; Luft, Christa


    Topics in general: Science and art; research on microcosmos - a break (entered in INIS); energy problem of human society (entered in ETDE); Climate change and settlement history in Middle Europe after glacial period (entered in ETDE); Why there is no idea history in the USA; political economy of power elite; Ricardos Theorem of comparative advantages - Prosperity benefit for all by free trade. (orig./GL)

  3. North American International Society for Microbial Electrochemical Technologies Meeting (Abstracts)


    electrode interface in Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 Catarina Paquete1, Bruno Fonseca1, Ricardo O. Louro1 1 Instituto de Tecnologia Química e Biológica...response to anodic pH variation in a dual chamber microbial fuel cell Valentina Margaria, Instituto Italiano di Tecnologia , Italy 2-15 Microbial...SnO2 nanostructured composite for cathode oxygen reduction reaction in microbial fuel cells Adriano Sacco, Instituto Italiano di Tecnologia , Italy 2

  4. Un acto de memoria

    Melisa Restrepo Molina


    Full Text Available La animación en Colombia hasta finales de los años 80. Ricardo Arce, Carolina Sánchez y Óscar Velásquez. Universidad de Bogotá Jorge Tadeo Lozano, Programa de Diseño Gráfico, Facultad de Arte y Diseño, Bogotá, 2013, 187 págs., il.

  5. Purchasing Power Parity

    Rudiger Dornbusch


    The paper is a survey of PPP theory and evidence prepared for the New Palgrave dictionary of economics. Following a statement of the absolute and relative versions of the theory, there is a brief sketch of the history of thought with emphasis on Cassel and the monetary approach. A theoretical part distinguishes structural and transitory deviations from PPP. The main basis for structural deviations is the Ricardo-Harrod-Balassa-Samuelson model of productivity differentials that affect the real...

  6. Sustainable Medical and Wellness Destinations: Client-, Result- and Innovation-Focussed Case Studies

    Joukes, Veronika; Lourenço-Gomes, Lina; Marta-Costa, Alexandra


    In a first client-focussed section (Part 1), Rosa Maria Riveiro Conde, Andrés Mazaira and Patrício Ricardo Soares Costa surveyed customers of northern Portuguese thermal tourism units about their perceptions of the service quality (Chapter 1.1). Joaquim Antunes then relates the results of a questionnaire he distributed among clients at similar businesses in the centre of Portugal in order to highlight the importance of relationship marketing for the medical and wellness tourism br...


    Alejua, Hilda Yelitza; Lopez, Ricardo Castillo


    INFORMACION ASIMETRICA Y ACTIVOS ESPECIFICOS EN LA AGRICULTURA ORGANICA: UNA INTERPRETACION NEOINSTITUCIONAL Hilda Alejua y Ricardo Castillo Docentes Investigadores del Decanato de Ingeniería Agronómica de la Universidad Centroccidental Lisandro Alvarado UCLA. Venezuela , Introducción: El objetivo de la presente investigación es analizar las posibles consecuencias de la información asimétrica y los activos específicos en las actividades económicas relacionada...

  8. CTC Sentinel. Volume 6, Issue 4, April 2013


    for the sake of the religion and the ‘end.’” Yaacoub detailed Rami’s instructions to set up e-mail accounts through which he could contact FBI counterterrorism analyst, including work on the Millennial and September 11th plots. He also served as a State Department counterterrorism...December 12, 2011. 31 Ricardo Ravelo, Osiel: Vida y Tragedia de un Capo (Mexico City: Grijalbo, 2009). 32 Marc Lacey, “76 Arrested as Officials

  9. Latin America Report No. 2532


    Trimarco himself who put forward Nicolaides’ name, according to military sources. Nicolaides’ father was bom in Greece and his mother in Cordoba...telephone companies, and the water works, as well as other terrorist acts aimed at social clubs, embassies, urban transportation, military hospital centers...34), Jesus Maria Pesca Garcia (alias "Chucho"), Nelson Ortiz Ovalle, Wilson Ramirez Hurtado, Jairo Arias Perez, Ricardo Londono, Elvira Reyes de

  10. The Death of Socialism in Chile


    Greenwood Press, 1978), p. 136. 1 5 Burnett, p. 170. 1 6 Merrill, . 112. .38 17Books such as Ricardo Lagos’s La concentracion del poder economico en...establishment of three distinct sectors : social, mixed, and private. With regard to the social, it stated: 42 The process of transformation of our...economy begins with a policy destined to construct a dominant state sector , formed by those firms which the state currently possesses plus the firms

  11. Danmarks Økonomisk Monetære Integration i EU

    Mærks-Møller, Christian; Elmegaard, Joachim; Jensen, Rasmus Wagner; Wolf, Pernille


    The project is a critical assessment of the Danish economical monetary integration in the EU. The assignment will highlight the problem definition; What characterizes economical monetary integration in Denmark, and why is the integration different from Finland? For this, the following theories will be used; Adam Smith's theory of the Invisible Hand and Absolute Advantages, David Ricardo's theory of comparative advantages, neofunctionalism and intergovernmentalism. The project is a critical...

  12. Battery Ownership Model - Medium Duty HEV Battery Leasing & Standardization

    Kelly, Ken; Smith, Kandler; Cosgrove, Jon; Prohaska, Robert; Pesaran, Ahmad; Paul, James; Wiseman, Marc


    Prepared for the U.S. Department of Energy, this milestone report focuses on the economics of leasing versus owning batteries for medium-duty hybrid electric vehicles as well as various battery standardization scenarios. The work described in this report was performed by members of the Energy Storage Team and the Vehicle Simulation Team in NREL's Transportation and Hydrogen Systems Center along with members of the Vehicles Analysis Team at Ricardo.

  13. La ciudad ausente

    Maria Antonieta Pereira


    Full Text Available Análise das relações intersemióticas e interculturais relativas ao romance La ciudad ausente e à ópera homônima. Estudo das traduções e apropriações realizadas pela rede narrativa de Ricardo Piglia e Gerardo Gandini, particularmente no que diz respeito ao texto romanesco, ao libreto e ao vídeo da ópera.

  14. Uudised : Tüüri esiettekanne Frankfurdis. Corelli Musicult "Jõulud mõisas"


    22., 23. ja 24. nov. Frankfurdi Alte Operis esiettekandele tulevast Erkki-Sven Tüüri uuest "Klaverikontserdist". Eesti-Tšiili trio Raivo Tafenau - Meelis Vind - Ricardo Padilla kontsertidest sarja "Mõisaromantika" raames 25. nov. Taagepera lossis Valgamaal, 26. nov. Tõstamaa mõisas Pärnumaal ja 16. dets. Vihterpalu mõisas Harjumaal. Hans Neuenfelsi lavastatud Mozarti ooperist "Idemeneo" Deutsche Operis Berliinis. Inglise ansambli Procol Harumi hiti "A Whiter Shade of Pale" autoriõigustest


    Fatma Sariaslan


    Full Text Available This study aims to analyze Riccardo Fontana, one of the main characters of the movie “Amen.” directed by Constantin Costa-Gavras in 2002, in terms of Kohlberg’s moral development stages. At the center of the movie lies the efforts of the SS officer Kurt Gerstein, posted in the army, and Ricardo Fontana, in the service of the church, to announce the holocaust policy of Hitler to the world. The movie gives a conspicuous voice to how the two main characters inexhaustibly struggled to resist the holocaust policy and what they did to announce this fact to the world and also how they strove to prioritize their faith of ethics over the drive to self protection. An SS officer, Kurt Gerstein constantly condemns the crimes, warns the allies, the Pope and the church of Germany but at the same time provides the Zyklon B gas used in camps. Ricardo Fontana, a Jesuit in the service of the church, is a reverend who aims to break the silence in the Vatican, which has kept its silence against the entire holocaust. And here in this article will the reader find an evaluation of the character named Ricardo Fontana in terms of Kohlberg’s moral development stages.


    Gravante, Steve [Ricardo, Inc.; Fenske, George [Argonne National Lab. (ANL), Argonne, IL (United States); Demas, Nicholas [Argonne National Lab. (ANL), Argonne, IL (United States); Erck, Robert [Argonne National Lab. (ANL), Argonne, IL (United States)


    High-fidelity measurements of the coefficient of friction and the parasitic friction power of the power cylinder components have been made for the Isuzu 5.2L 4H on-highway engine. In particular, measurements of the asperity friction coefficient were made with test coupons using Argonne National Lab’s (ANL) reciprocating test rig for the ring-on-liner and skirt-on-liner component pairs. These measurements correlated well with independent measurements made by Electro-Mechanical Associates (EMA). In addition, surface roughness measurements of the Isuzu components were made using white light interferometer (WLI). The asperity friction and surface characterization are key inputs to advanced CAE simulation tools such as RINGPAK and PISDYN which are used to predict the friction power and wear rates of power cylinder components. Finally, motored friction tests were successfully performed to quantify the friction mean effective pressure (FMEP) of the power cylinder components for various oils (High viscosity 15W40, low viscosity 5W20 with friction modifier (FM) and specially blended oil containing consisting of PAO/ZDDP/MoDTC) at 25, 50, and 110 °C. Ricardo's objective is to use this data along with advanced CAE methods to develop empirical characterizations of friction and wear mechanisms in internal combustion engines such that the impact of such mechanisms of engine fuel consumption and/or vehicle fuel economy can be estimated. The value of such predictive schemes is that if one knows how a particular friction reduction technology changes oil viscosity and/or the friction coefficient then the fuel consumption or fuel economy impacts can be estimated without the excessive cost of motored or fired engine tests by utilizing cost effective lab scale tests and in combination with advanced analytical methods. One accomplishment made during this work was the development and validation of a novel technique for quantifying wear using data from WLI through the use of

  17. Adam Smith's Concept of Labour: Value or Measure?

    Adolfo Rodriguez-Herrera


    The terminology employed by Smith to refer to value and measure of value is used in his time with imprecision, which has led to different interpretations about his position on these issues. It is no coincidence that Smith is considered the father of the labour theory of value developed by David Ricardo and Karl Marx and simultaneously of the cost-of-production theory of value developed by John Stuart Mill and Alfred Marshall. This paper reviews the concepts developed by Smith to formulate his...

  18. Contradicciones del testimonio. Políticas de memoria y retóricas de la violencia en Chile postdictatorial

    Peris Blanes, Jaume


    El artículo analiza la evolución de la función política y social de los testimonios y las intervenciones de los supervivientes, desde las primeras manifestaciones de denuncia de la dictadura de Pinochet hasta las políticas de memoria de la dictadura. Desde los primeros testimonios del exilio hasta la publicación del Informe sobre Torturas (2004) durante el gobierno de Ricardo Lagos, los testimonios de los supervivientes han cumplido funciones muy diferentes en la construcción de un sentido y ...

  19. Trade and Sectoral Productivity

    Fadinger, Harald; Fleiss, Pablo


    Even though differences in sectoral total factor productivity are at the heart of Ricardian trade theory and many models of growth and development, very little is known about their size and their form. In this paper we try to fill this gap by using a Hybrid-Ricardo-Heckscher-Ohlin trade model and bilateral sectoral trade data to overcome the data problem that has limited previous studies, which have used input and output data to back out productivities, to a small number of OECD economies. We...


    Falla, Ricardo


    EL ARTISTA Y LA ÉPOCA: UN «HUAYCO» DE CREACIÓN COLECTIVA» RICARDO FALLA Hace aproximadamente 3 años [sic], apareció en Barranco el Taller de Arte «Huayco» EPS con el deliberado propósito de mostrar las esencias de nuestro ser nacional. Francisco Mariotti (36), María Luy (30), Charo Noriega (23), Mariela Zevallos (21), Herbert Rodríguez (21), Armando Williams (24) y juan Javier Salazar (25), integrantes de esta singular experiencia, decidieron apoyarse mutuamente para «crear una alternativa o ...

  1. El desarrollo del conocimiento y el manejo de las organizaciones: a propósito de la discusión sobre el taylorismo

    Romero Urrego, Ricardo


    Los anteriores artículos recogen las exposiciones del debate sobre la vigencia del taylorismo, realizado en el primer semestre de 1997 en mesa redonda convocada por el Departamento de Gestión empresarial, el Programa Maestría en Administración y la revista innovar. Se conto con la participación de la profesora Anita Waiss del departamento de sociología de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, los profesores Carlos Martínez, Ricardo Romero y Bernardo Parra, del departamento de Gestión Empresari...

  2. Fronteras de papel: archivos, colecciones y la cuestión de límites en las naciones americanas

    Irina Podgorny


    Full Text Available This article analyzes various intellectual practices tied to the use of public and private documents in the practice of history in Argentina over the second half of the nineteenth century. Starting from the "question of limits," this essay analyzes the work of bibliophiles Manuel Ricardo Trelles and Juan Martín Leguizamón, both of whom tried to histori­cally reconstruct the territorial unity of Argentina. It shows how this work lies at the crossroads of antiquarian studies, History, and Natural History.

  3. Economía del turismo : Un enfoque desde la teoría del comercio internacional

    Porto, Natalia


    Desde sus inicios y por largo tiempo, la teoría del comercio internacional estuvo centrada en la explicación de los flujos de comercio de bienes entre países. Al mismo tiempo, la política económica también se ha ocupado de esta problemática. Desde la teoría de la ventaja comparativa de Ricardo a principios del siglo XIX y los modelos de dotaciones factoriales de Heckscher y Ohlin a principios del siglo XX hasta la integración de la competencia imperfecta en la teoría del comercio a fines del ...

  4. AGARD Index of Publications, 1989-1991 (Index des Publications 1989-1991)


    26150 18-08) May N92-12458# Sener Ingenieria y Sistemas S.A., Madrid (Spain). 1991 A METHODOLOGY FOR SOFTWARE SPECIFICATION AND (AGARD-AG-317...RICARDO MINGUEZ, andAGARND/ Scientionl ruestions Executive PEDRO SEGUROLA (Sener Ingenieria y Sistemas S.A., Madrid, Complex control systems like those used...rai-1ir-a nt"l madala p310 9*1-15745 Renaent i wrosmrnevsto thite RAF atr tensapfortce "Is"-pt p77 M91-10972 AM TOc eun.111ACa Al@ g p 34 N9*1-191)72

  5. Mananase : produção por via convencional e recombinante e obtenção de produto formulado líquido

    Montibeller, Valesca Weingartner


    Orientador : Profª. Drª. Luciana Porto Souza Vandenberghe Coorientadores : Prof. Dr. Carlos Ricardo Soccol e Profª. Drª.Vanete Thomaz Soccol Tese (doutorado) - Universidade Federal do Paraná, Setor de Tecnologia, Programa de Pós-Graduação em Engenharia de Bioprocessos e Biotecnologia. Defesa: Curitiba, 15/06/2015 Inclui referências : f. 145-166 Área de concentração: Agroindústria e biocombustíveis Resumo:As mananases são enzimas aplicadas nos mais diversos segmentos industriais...

  6. La Renta de la Tierra en el Pensamiento de J.S. Mill y H. George

    Alberto José Figueras


    Full Text Available El año 2008 ha visto a la sociedad argentina enfrascada en un debate sobre los impuestos a las exportaciones agrícolas. Uno de los puntos centrales fue quién soportaría finalmente el costo de este tributo, su impacto sectorial, grupal y territorial. Ahora bien, cuando surgen estas controversias suele ser útil mirar hacia atrás para descubrir qué fue lo que opinaron los grandes autores del pasado en circunstancias similares, mutatis mutandi. Se revisan ideas y pensamientos de William Petty, Adam Smith, Henry George , David Ricardo y John Stuar Mill entre otros.

  7. Tendencias de la demanda de transporte público y el plan de transporte urbano de Santiago

    Germán Correa Díaz


    Full Text Available El Gobierno del Presidente Ricardo Lagos está comprometido en la ejecución de un vasto y complejo Plan de Transporte Urbano, que toca todos los modos de transporte, tanto público como privado, tanto de personas como de bienes, que circulan por la ciudad. Su principal programa es la modernización del transporte público, consistente en la construcción de un Sistema Integrado que proporcione un buen servicio, seguro, menos contaminante y con rentabilidades que permitan mantener un estándar óptimo.

  8. Post mortem examination report concerning Nadim Nuwwara

    Leth, Peter Mygind


    Post mortem examination report concerning Nadim Nuwawara, 17-years old, who was killed may 15 2014 in Beitunia near Rahmallah, Palestine. The examination was performed by an international team consisting of dr. Saber Al-Aloul, director of the Medico Legal Institute at Quds University, dr. Marc A....... Krouse, Deputy Chief Medical Examiner, Office of Chief Medical Examiner, Fort Worth, Texas, USA, dr. Chen Kugel, Chief Forensic Pathologist, Abu Kabir Institute of Forensic Medicine, Tel Aviv, dr. Ricardo Pablo Nachman, forensic expert at Abu Kabir Institute of Forensic Medicine, Tel Aviv and dr. Peter...

  9. Informes clínicos breves

    Facultad de Medicina Revista de la


    Full Text Available Carcinoma de tiroides / Cristian Roger Barbosa Sandoval y Edgar Jose Figueredo ; tutor Erix Boz6n -- Protocolo para el manejo de pacientes con trastorno afectivo bipolar manfaco (TABM / Luis Eduardo Jaramillo y Ricardo Sanchez -- Apendicitis aguda: experiencia en el Hospital de La Misericordia / Enrique Villamizar Zuniga ; tutores Efrairn Bonilla, Mizrahinn Mendez -- Comparacion del crecimiento facial en pacientes con fisuras labio-palatinas reparadas mediante dos tecnicas de palatoplastia / Oswaldo J. Gomez ; tutor Rafael Gomez -- Enfermedades del tejido conectivo en neoplasia / MarJioCharry Barrios ; tutor Jorge Rodrfguez Riveros.

  10. Beta-cell function is associated with metabolic syndrome in Mexican subjects



    Blanca G Baez-Duarte1,3, María Del Carmen Sánchez-Guillén3†, Ricardo Pérez-Fuentes2,3, Irma Zamora-Ginez1,3, Bertha Alicia Leon-Chavez1, Cristina Revilla-Monsalve4, Sergio Islas-Andrade41Posgrado en Ciencias Químicas, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, México; 2Facultad de Medicina, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, México; 3Centro de Investigaci...

  11. ¿Vigencia del taylorismo? De los enunciados a la realidad

    Anita Weiss de Belalcázar


    Los anteriores artículos recogen las exposiciones del debate sobre la vigencia del taylorismo, realizado en el primer semestre de 1997 en mesa redonda convocada por el Departamento de Gestión empresarial, el Programa Maestría en Administración y la revista innovar. Se conto con la participación de la profesora Anita Waiss del departamento de sociología de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, los profesores Carlos Martínez, Ricardo Romero y Bernardo Parra, del departamento de Gestión Empresari...

  12. Commander manipulator scoops prestigious mulit-million pound BNFL contract

    Bailey, Andrew.


    Twenty-one Commander robotic arms are on order from INBIS (formerly Ricardo Hitec) and BNFL Engineering Limited (''BEL'', the engineering arm of parent company BNFL). The multi-million pound contract was won amid fierce competition from other well-known names in robotic engineering. The specially designed Commander manipulators will be engaged in remotely handling Intermediate Level Waste (ILW) in a suite of four BNFL ILW plants, which are currently either under construction or planned at Sellafield. The first Commander will delivered to BNFL's Sellafield Silo Emptying Project in January 1998. (Author)

  13. Mobiliser les jeunes, enraciner la démocratie

    C'est là où la lutte en faveur de la démocratie prend sa source. Patrick Watson, auteur et homme de télévision canadien. Ricardo Funari / LA RECHERCHE BIEN ... Mais ce n'est qu'un côté de la médaille, car il y a aussi beaucoup de .... Les jeunes associent violence et criminalité à une foule d'autres.

  14. Jõulujazz alustab heaga / Kai Ilustrumm

    Ilustrumm, Kai


    Heategevuskontserdist "Aita alustada elu!" Kaarli kirikus 28. nov., Soome multiinstrumentalisti Sakari Kukko trio kontserdist 5. dets. Niguliste muuseum-kontserdisaalis, ameerika vokaalansambli M-Pact kontserdist 7. dets. Pärnu kontserdimajas, Raivo Tafenau-Meelis Vindi koosmusitseerimisest tšiili löökpillimängija Ricardo Padillaga 11. dets. Niguliste muuseum-kontserisaalis, Helin-Mari Arderi kontserdist "Sajab esimest lund" 15. dets. Niguliste muuseum-kontserisaalis, rootsi ansambli Bossa Electrica esinemiset 16. dets. Rock Café's, ansambli Eesti Keeled kontserdist "Vaiksel ööl" 17. dets. Tallinnas Sokos Hotell Virus

  15. Autobiografía de Juan Miguel Acevedo

    Juan Miguel Acevedo


    Full Text Available Cuatro años ha que había empezado a escribir esta obra, cuando llegó a mis manos la filosófica carta que en junio de 72 dirige el sabio y erudito doctor Ricardo de la Parra al señor José Caicedo Rojas. La lectura de esta carta hizo caer la puma de mis manos y destruyó mis borrados. Me encontraba con un hombre sumamente estudioso, que se me había adelantado en sus dudas y en sus estudios sobre religión.

  16. El lado oscuro de la economía internacional: comercio, distribución y bienestar

    Anchorena, Sergio Oscar


    Según la teoría de las ventajas comparativas de Ricardo, expuesta en la actualidad por Paul Krugman y Maurice Obstfeld (2001), los países intercambian por necesidad y por conveniencia. Esto es, importan lo que les es difícil o caro producir y exportan aquellos productos para los son más productivos. La diferencia de productividad entre los países es la base del intercambio y es el origen de las llamadas "ventajas comparativas". El comercio resulta siempre benéfico, afirman, porque permite sat...

  17. Los medios masivos y las redes de comunicación interpersonal en la difusión de innovaciones agropecuarias y de control de la natalidad .

    Juan Braun


    Full Text Available En América Latina se ha investigado muy poco sobre los sistemas o redes de comunicación interpersonal. En la presente investigación del Experto argentino Juan Ricardo Braun, se analiza la importancia que esos sistemas tie­nen en la difusión de innovaciones en la región. Esta investigación se ha centrado en Acción Cultural Popular -ACPO- que es una agencia colombiana de cambio que, entre otras acciones, trata de difundir innovaciones agropecuarias y de control de la natalidad utilizando medios interpersonales de comunicación.

  18. Prefacio

    Walker, Charles


    Este libro contiene los tomos primero, segundo y tercero de las Memorias histórico, físicas, crítico, apologéticas de la América Meridional de José Eusebio Llano Zapata (Lima 1721-Cádiz 1780), las cuales abarcan respectivamente los reinos mineral, vegetal y animal. Los dos volúmenes manuscritos consultados en la Real Biblioteca del Palacio Real de Madrid catalogados como 11/1809 y 11/1810, fueron concluidos hacia 1757. Ricardo Palma publicó el primer tomo dedicado al reino mineral en 1904 en ...

  19. Materiais antropogênicos suspensos na atmosfera de Curitiba

    Polezer, Gabriela


    Orientador: Prof. Dr. Ricardo H. Moreton Godoi Co-orientador: Prof. Dr. Andrea P. de Oliveira Dissertação (mestrado) - Universidade Federal do Paraná, Setor de Tecnologia, Programa de Pós-Graduação em Engenharia e Ciência dos Materiais - PIPE. Defesa: Curitiba, 28/10/2015 Inclui referências : f. 91-99 Área de concentração: Engenharia e ciência de materiais Resumo: O material particulado (MP) tem sido considerado um dos principais poluentes atmosféricos, e muitos estudos vêm dem...

  20. Jamming the Works: Art, Politics and Activism Introduction

    Linda Dittmar; Joseph Entin


    As we enter the second decade of the 21st century, art that aims to actively challenge the social order continues to spark controversy and encounter resistance. In one recent instance, the University of California at San Diego threatened to revoke the tenure of Ricardo Dominguez, a professor of visual art, who developed what he calls “transborder immigrant tools”—recycled cell phones loaded with GPS software that point border-crossers to caches of fresh water in the desert. Dominquez has call...

  1. Jamming the Works: Art, Politics and Activism Introduction

    Linda Dittmar


    Full Text Available As we enter the second decade of the 21st century, art that aims to actively challenge the social order continues to spark controversy and encounter resistance. In one recent instance, the University of California at San Diego threatened to revoke the tenure of Ricardo Dominguez, a professor of visual art, who developed what he calls “transborder immigrant tools”—recycled cell phones loaded with GPS software that point border-crossers to caches of fresh water in the desert. Dominquez has called the phones, which feature an audio application that plays inspirational poetry to migrants, a “mobile Statue of Liberty.”

  2. JPRS Report, Science & Technology Europe & Latin America.


    Brazil’s Plasma Physics Program Described [Antonio Monies Filho, Ricardo Magnus Osorio Galvao; ESPACIAL , May 87p 7] 33 JPRS-ELS-88-003 ^ D T...these offset by equivalent sales of products or services. An exception was Itau Tecnologia S.A., one of the few, if not the only, firms to show a...a Scopus — In the case of Scopus Tecnologia , the first semester was terrible, with high costs and weak sales. During the second trimester, sales

  3. El trabajo en Smith: valor o medida del valor?

    Adolfo Rodríguez Herrera


    Este artículo revisa los conceptos desarrollados por Smith para formular su teoría del valor (valor, precio real y valor de  cambio. Nuestra interpretación de sus textos sobre el valor no coincide con la que tradicionalmente se ha hecho. De acuerdo con nuestra interpretación, no sería correcta la crítica de Ricardo y Marx a la posición de Smith sobre el papel del trabajo como medida de valor. Para estos autores, Smith no es consistente al proponer que el valor de una mercancía es definido o medido como la cantidad de trabajo necesaria para producirla y simultáneamente como la cantidad de trabajo que puede ser comprada por esta mercancía. Tratamos de demostrar que para Smith el trabajo tiene un doble papel –como fuente y como medida del valor–, y que a ello se debe la confusión generada por su uso de algunos términos: Smith propone el trabajo como una medida de valor porque lo concibe como una fuente de valor. Con esta interpretación queda claro, paradójicamente, que la teoría del valor trabajo de Smith corresponde sustancialmente con la que más tarde desarrollarán Ricardo y Marx.

  4. Publisher Correction: Discordant congenital Zika syndrome twins show differential in vitro viral susceptibility of neural progenitor cells.

    Caires-Júnior, Luiz Carlos; Goulart, Ernesto; Melo, Uirá Souto; Araujo, Bruno Henrique Silva; Alvizi, Lucas; Soares-Schanoski, Alessandra; de Oliveira, Danyllo Felipe; Kobayashi, Gerson Shigeru; Griesi-Oliveira, Karina; Musso, Camila Manso; Amaral, Murilo Sena; daSilva, Lucas Ferreira; Astray, Renato Mancini; Suárez-Patiño, Sandra Fernanda; Ventini, Daniella Cristina; da Silva, Sérgio Gomes; Yamamoto, Guilherme Lopes; Ezquina, Suzana; Naslavsky, Michel Satya; Telles-Silva, Kayque Alves; Weinmann, Karina; van der Linden, Vanessa; van der Linden, Helio; de Oliveira, João Ricardo Mendes; Arrais, Nivia Maria Rodrigues; Melo, Adriana; Figueiredo, Thalita; Santos, Silvana; Meira, Joanna Goes Castro; Passos, Saulo Duarte; de Almeida, Roque Pacheco; Bispo, Ana Jovina Barreto; Cavalheiro, Esper Abrão; Kalil, Jorge; Cunha-Neto, Edécio; Nakaya, Helder; Andreata-Santos, Robert; de Souza Ferreira, Luis Carlos; Verjovski-Almeida, Sergio; Ho, Paulo Lee; Passos-Bueno, Maria Rita; Zatz, Mayana


    The original PDF version of this Article contained errors in the spelling of Luiz Carlos Caires-Júnior, Uirá Souto Melo, Bruno Henrique Silva Araujo, Alessandra Soares-Schanoski, Murilo Sena Amaral, Kayque Alves Telles-Silva, Vanessa van der Linden, Helio van der Linden, João Ricardo Mendes de Oliveira, Nivia Maria Rodrigues Arrais, Joanna Goes Castro Meira, Ana Jovina Barreto Bispo, Esper Abrão Cavalheiro, and Robert Andreata-Santos, which were incorrectly given as Luiz Carlos de Caires Jr., UiráSouto Melo, Bruno Silva Henrique Araujo, Alessandra Soares Schanoski, MuriloSena Amaral, Kayque Telles Alves Silva, Vanessa Van der Linden, Helio Van der Linden, João Mendes Ricardo de Oliveira, Nivia Rodrigues Maria Arrais, Joanna Castro Goes Meira, Ana JovinaBarreto Bispo, EsperAbrão Cavalheiro, and Robert Andreata Santos. Furthermore, in both the PDF and HTML versions of the Article, the top panel of Fig. 3e was incorrectly labeled '10608-1' and should have been '10608-4', and financial support from CAPES and DECIT-MS was inadvertently omitted from the Acknowledgements section. These errors have now been corrected in both the PDF and HTML versions of the Article.

  5. Interplay simulation/testing in the optimisation of gearshift quality for manual transmissions; Zusammenspiel Simulation/Erprobung bezueglich optimierte Schaltqualitaet von Handschaltgetriebe

    Leist, S.; Donin, R. [Ricardo Deutschland GmbH, Schwaebisch Gmuend (Germany); Kelly, D. [Ricardo DTS, Leamington Spa (United Kingdom)


    Passenger comfort is an aspect of the development of modern passenger cars that cannot be overlooked. Achieving a high degree of shift comfort, i.e. a combination of shift feeling and low shift forces, is a great challenge, since the mechanical processes taking place are highly non-linear and arbitrary. A purely test-based programme of shift quality development is cost- and time-intensive. Such a programme runs the risk of not delivering the necessary results on time. Therefore it is necessary to develop a methodology that facilitates a complementary interplay between simulation and testing, and in which the vehicle is considered as a complete system. Sub-systems such as shift lever, inner and outer shift mechanism, transmission, clutch and engine must be considered very carefully with regard to the system requirements, which are often conflicting. Over the last 15 years, Ricardo has developed a tool with which shift quality can be objectively assessed-''GSQA - Gear Shift Quality Assessment''. Today, with the help of its detailed dynamic simulation models, Ricardo is in a position to solve complex shift quality problems in the concept phase as well as in series production. (orig.)

  6. First International Symposium on Long QT Syndrome through the Internet, April 2004

    Sergio Dubner


    Full Text Available With the First Virtual Symposium on Long QT Syndrome already finished; which was held over the month of April, 2004 as an educational activity of the International Society for Holter and Noninvasive Electrocardiology (ISHNE, and completely through the Internet; we, the Presidents of the Scientific and Steering Committees, Sergio Dubner, Edgardo Schapachnik and Andrés Ricardo Pérez Riera, are wondering gladly surprised, which may have been the main causes of such a huge success as we have reached, and the enormous interest arisen. Just to have an idea of the dimension achieved, data obtained from (an site or with the traditional search engine Google, prove that the first reply when you request information about long QT Syndrome is the access site of the Symposium. We believe that the response to this question may be summarized in one word: REALIZATION. The best definition for success is realization. The huge motivation in each one of us made the difference. We worked with a cohesive group, like a team, aware of the unparalleled and great opportunity Prof. Arthur Moss had initially assigned to Sergio Dubner and Edgardo Schapachnik, an invitation that the latter extended to Andrés Ricardo Pérez Riera.

  7. Evolução darwiniana & ciências sociais

    José Eli da Veiga


    Full Text Available Este artigo sintetiza os principais resultados do ciclo temático com o mesmo título que foi coordenado pelo autor em 2007 como uma das atividades públicas do Instituto de Estudos Avançados da Universidade de São Paulo. Também é uma introdução às outras três contribuições que fazem parte deste dossiê: os artigos dos professores Ricardo Waizbort, da Fiocruz, e do professor Mario Possas, da UFRJ, e a entrevista especial concedida pelo professor Geoffrey Hodgson (University of Hertfordshire, UK.This article is a synthesis of the main results obtained in a thematic cycle with the same title which was coordinated by the author during 2007 as one of the public activities of the University of Sao Paulo's Institute of Advanced Studies. It is also an introduction to the three o other contributions to this dossier: the articles from professors Ricardo Waizbort (Fiocruz and Mario Possas (UFRJ, and the especial interview with professor Geoffrey Hodgson (University of Hertfordshire, UK.

  8. Attenuation in the translation of bilingual journalistic texts

    Armando González Salinas


    Full Text Available First approach to the identification of mitigation/intensification markers in translating journalistic articles from bilingual publication in English and its translation into Spanish. There are three articles from Newsweek Magazine, a useful tool to use with translation students. The objective is the Annotated Translation of finished articles and book chapters that, after a pre-screening analysis, foster the translation of the Spanish version from written English texts. The first journalistic article with a historical theme is: The Return of Ruthless Richard – El Regreso del despiadado Ricardo (Ricardo III, used to detect the mitigation/intensification markers in both versions. Steps: 1. Sentence by sentence analysis in English, to find mitigation characteristics. 2. Review selected sentences in English with the Spanish counterpart. 3. Comparison and contrast of both versions. 4. Discuss similarities/differences to notice if the transfer of markers signals mitigation/intensification in both versions. 5. Discuss findings and write comments of translation aspects whose changes are discussed: annotated translation. Although most mitigation studies are based on oral discourse (not excluding the written text, this research considers written texts as a means and an end, in the observation and description, since original versions are unchangeable; this opens the option to edit and modify, which is promoted, before the final version elaborated between students and researchers is reached. Some comments are included as the result of what is described above.

  9. Progresso tecnico, forme di mercato e disoccupazione. ( Technical progress, market forms and unemployment



    Full Text Available Lo scopo del presente lavoro è triplice . Il primo obiettivo è quello di sottolineare l'importanza delle intuizioni da trovare nel lavoro di Sylos Labini . Il secondo scopo è quello di espandere su di essa distinguendo tra i diversi tipi di progresso tecnico . Infine , il terzo obiettivo è quello di commentare il confronto di Labini di Ricardo e Keynes sulla possibilità di disoccupazione tecnologica . Per quanto riguarda la sua descrizione del progresso tecnologico come " risparmio di lavoro " , l'autore mostra che una descrizione più completa sarebbe più utile per i suoi scopiThe purpose of the present paper is threefold. The first purpose is to emphasise the importance of the insights to be found in Sylos Labini’s work. The second purpose is to expand upon it by distinguishing  between the different types of technical progress. Finally, the third purpose is to comment on Labini’s comparison of Ricardo and Keynes on the possibility of technological unemployment. Regarding his description of technological progress as “labour saving”, the author shows that a more comprehensive description would be more useful for his purposes.JEL: E24, J64, O33

  10. Ideology and population theory.

    Harvey, D


    The ideological and ethical foundations of population theory are examined in the light of the supposed eithical neutrality of scientific enquiry. The works of Malthus, Ricardo, and Marx are contrasted and it is shown that their theories of population resulted in each case from the adoption of a particular kind of method--empiricism in Malthus, normative analytic "model building" in Ricardo, and dialectical materialism in Marx. It is shown that a Malthusian or neo-Malthusian view of the population problem is inevitable if enquiry is founded in empiricism or in normative analytics. The well-known disagreement between Malthusian and Marxian viewpoints therefore has its foundation in method. Most modern enquiry into the population-resources problem is dominated by empirical and analytic (including systems theory) approaches and consequently arrives at neo-Malthusian conclusions. The final section analyses the consequences of adopting a neo-Malthusian view, and it is shown that in a world dominated by an elite, this can frequently bring about the political, social, and economic repression of a non-elite. It is concluded that the choice of scientific method does not produce unbiased results and that the dominance of a certain conception of scientific method leads to the scientific support of a viewpoint used to justify repression of the underprivileged in society.

  11. Experimental cross-correlation nitrogen Q-branch CARS thermometry in a spark ignition engine

    Lockett, R. D.; Ball, D.; Robertson, G. N.


    A purely experimental technique was employed to derive temperatures from nitrogen Q-branch Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering (CARS) spectra, obtained in a high pressure, high temperature environment (spark ignition Otto engine). This was in order to obviate any errors arising from deficiencies in the spectral scaling laws which are commonly used to represent nitrogen Q-branch CARS spectra at high pressure. The spectra obtained in the engine were compared with spectra obtained in a calibrated high pressure, high temperature cell, using direct cross-correlation in place of the minimisation of sums of squares of residuals. The technique is demonstrated through the measurement of air temperature as a function of crankshaft angle inside the cylinder of a motored single-cylinder Ricardo E6 research engine, followed by the measurement of fuel-air mixture temperatures obtained during the compression stroke in a knocking Ricardo E6 engine. A standard CARS programme (SANDIA's CARSFIT) was employed to calibrate the altered non-resonant background contribution to the CARS spectra that was caused by the alteration to the mole fraction of nitrogen in the unburned fuel-air mixture. The compression temperature profiles were extrapolated in order to predict the auto-ignition temperatures.

  12. Cambios históricos en el aporte terrígeno de la cuenca del Río de la Plata sobre la plataforma interna Uruguaya

    Marrero, Analía; Tudurí, Adriana; Pérez, Laura; Cuña, Caroline; Muniz, Pablo; Lopes Figueira, Rubens; Michaelovitch de Mahiques, Michel; Alves de Lima Ferreira, Paulo; Pittauerová, Daniela; Hanebuth, Till; García Rodríguez, Felipe


    El Río de la Plata (RdlP) presenta significativas variaciones naturales (hidrodinámicas y oceanográficas) asociadas a diferentes condiciones climáticas. El propósito de este trabajo es inferir los cambios de aportes continentales de sedimentos y su relación con las variaciones hidrológicas del Río de la Plata, a través del análisis de proxies sedimentológicos y geoquímicos en testigos de sedimentos de la plataforma interna uruguaya que registran los últimos 100 años, aproximadamente. A partir de la datación por 210Pb de dos testigos de sedimentos (GeoB 13813-4 y BAR1) se reconstruyó la geocronología del ambiente, y se relacionó con datos de las forzantes climáticas Pacific Decadal Oscillation, El Niño/La Niña Southern Oscillation, Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation, y las anomalías hidrológicas de los ríos Paraná y Uruguay. Los valores más positivos y estables del Southern Oscillation Index, los cuales corresponden a fases La Niña, se observan en el periodo correspondiente entre 1910-1970, respecto al resto de la serie, donde se aprecia una mayor variabilidad y una tendencia hacia valores más negativos (eventos El Niño). Se hicieron dendrogramas (clustering) jerárquicos para ambos testigos. Para el testigo GeoB 13813-4, se utilizó la relación Ca/Ti y la granulometría, mientras que para BAR1 se recurrió a variables granulométricas y la tasa de sedimentación. El mayor aporte continental hacia la región de la plataforma adyacente al Río de la Plata registrado a partir del año 1970, podría ser el factor principal de los agrupamientos observados en los clusters para ambos testigos. Las agrupaciones mostraron una diferenciación en la década de 1970, lo que estaría asociado al aumento de los caudales de los ríos Paraná y Uruguay, durante las últimas tres décadas del siglo XX. Por otra parte se observa que la granulometría del testigo BAR1 presentó un mayor tamaño de grano y más variabilidad que en el caso del testigo Geo

  13. O "Outubro" de Marx

    João Antonio de Paula


    Full Text Available This article examines a decisive moment in the critique of political economy developed by Marx,  which is the somewhat abrupt choice of theconcept of merchandise as a starting point for the book Contribution to a Critique of Political Economy, of 1859. It is known that up until a few months before he delivered his text to the publisher, Marx thought about beginning his book with a chapter on value, similar to what Ricardo had done in his Principles. The theoretical and methodological implications of this choice are well known today. This text seeks to situate the circumstances and meanings of the concept of merchandise in Marx’s work.

  14. Poesia em Revista: Oroboro

    Helena Alves Gouveia


    Full Text Available A serpente que engole a si mesma é uma figura curiosa do simbolismo de um processo de contínua transformação, de um movimento circular incessante, rumo à infinitude, sem traços de fim ou começo. Oroboro é um nome de origem grega que remete a esta serpente que se morde e penetra em si mesma ao engolir o próprio rabo. Mas também é o nome da revista de cultura editada em Curitiba pelos artistas-editores Ricardo Corona e Eliana Borges.

  15. La funzione di produttività di Sylos Labini tra mercato e territorio: un'analisi econometrica per le regioni italiane

    Giulio Guarini


    Full Text Available This study analyzes the labour productivity for the Italian regions estimating the Sylos Labini's function. In this function, in dynamic term, the labour productivity depends positively on market (Smith effect, on unit labour cost (organization's effect, on difference between wages and prices of machine (Ricardo effect and past investments, while it depends negatively on current investments (disturbance effect. According to the estimates, for the Italian regions, these three effects are significant; moreover the dimension of these effects are conditioned by sector and territorial peculiarities. In particular, the Smith effect could be determined by the phenomenon of labour hoarding for which during recession entrepreneur prefers to reduce utilization of workers that fire them. Finally, the significance of investments could be caused by an important multicollinearity between present and past investments.

  16. A fotorreportagem sobre o sequestro dos uruguaios na revista Veja, de 1978 a 1980: a atuação dos fotógrafos e o papel da fotografia = The photographs about the uruguayans kidnapping in Veja magazine, from 1978 to 1980: the photographer`s job and the role of the photography

    Proença, Caio de Carvalho


    Full Text Available O presente artigo procura compreender o papel que as fotografias assumiram no decorrer de diversas reportagens sobre o caso do sequestro clandestino de dois uruguaios, Lilián Celiberti e Universindo Díaz, em Porto Alegre, publicadas na revista semanal Veja de 1978 a 1980 durante atuação da Operação Condor. Com base nas obras de Lorenzo Vilches e Jorge Pedro Sousa, tentaremos desenvolver algumas questões como: Qual o papel da fotografia, perante textos e legendas, nas páginas da revista? Perante um contexto específico do fotojornalismo nos principais meios de comunicação ocidentais, qual a importância da produção dos fotógrafos Ricardo Chaves e Olívio Lamas no caso do sequestro? Estes e outros assuntos serão brevemente apresentados

  17. Memory and memory’s appropriation: educator Thales Castanho de Andrade’s profiles

    Fernando Luiz Alexandre


    Full Text Available The purpose of this work is to analyse the construction process of educator and infant-juvenile literature writer Thales Castanho de Andrade’s different profiles. The starting point of this research was the examination of three bound tomes of newspaper clippings, at “Biblioteca Pública Municipal de Piracicaba ‘Ricardo Ferraz de Arruda Pinto’”, referred like folders, denomination conferred by the public library, relating to the author’s memory. To verify the Thales Castanho de Andrade’s and other city important people’s profiles, were analysed speeches by local press journalists who had elected pertinent subjects which contributed to the making of author’s memory and to make him a reference to the city.

  18. Expedient

    Fernando de Assis Rodrigues


    Full Text Available Expedient of Volume 3, Issue 1 from the year 2017EDITORIAL STAFFEditorsDiana Vilas Boas Souto AleixoFernando de Assis RodriguesEditorial ComissionDiana Vilas Boas Souto AleixoFernando de Assis RodriguesRicardo César Gonçalves Sant’AnaExecutive ComissionPedro Henrique Santos BisiAd hoc peer reviewersAna Carolina Simionato, Universidade Federal de São Carlos (UFSCarDiana Vilas Boas Souto Aleixo, Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESPElaine Parra Affonso, Faculdade de Tecnologia de Presidente Prudente (FATEC - Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESPElvio Gilberto da Silva, Universidade do Sagrado Coração (USCFábio Mosso Moreira, Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESPThais Batista Zanineli, Universidade Estadual de Londrina (UELText reviewersDiana Vilas Boas Souto Aleixo, Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESPElizabete Cristina de Souza Aguiar Monteiro (UNESP

  19. What is Quantum Information?

    Lombardi, Olimpia; Fortin, Sebastian; Holik, Federico; López, Cristian


    Preface; Introduction; Part I. About the Concept of Information: 1. About the concept of information Sebastian Fortin and Olimpia Lombardi; 2. Representation, information, and theories of information Armond Duwell; 3. Information, communication, and manipulability Olimpia Lombardi and Cristian López; Part II. Information and quantum mechanics: 4. Quantum versus classical information Jeffrey Bub; 5. Quantum information and locality Dennis Dieks; 6. Pragmatic information in quantum mechanics Juan Roederer; 7. Interpretations of quantum theory: a map of madness Adán Cabello; Part III. Probability, Correlations, and Information: 8. On the tension between ontology and epistemology in quantum probabilities Amit Hagar; 9. Inferential versus dynamical conceptions of physics David Wallace; 10. Classical models for quantum information Federico Holik and Gustavo Martin Bosyk; 11. On the relative character of quantum correlations Guido Bellomo and Ángel Ricardo Plastino; Index.

  20. Informe de Actividades de la Academia Segundo Semestre 2005.

    Alfredo Jácome Roca


    • Los días 30 de septiembre y 1º de octubre se llevó a cabo el Simposio sobre Historia de la Terapéutica en Colombia, organizado por la Sociedad Colombiana de Historia de la Medicina, que preside el Académico Efraim Otero Ruiz. Los ponentes fueron los Académicos Otero Ruiz, Alberto Gómez Gutiérrez, Fernando Sánchez Torres, Ricardo Rueda González, Alfredo Jácome Roca, Germán Peña Quiñones, Hugo A. Sotomayor, Diego Andrés Rosselli Cock y además los doctores Liliana Támara, Rudolph Martínez, Est...


    Alfons Barceló


    Full Text Available No era Ernest Lluch individuo propenso a adoptar un singular libro de cabecera, ni a seguir con fidelidad las huellas de un único maestro. Pero, por supuesto, tenía su personal esquema devalores y sus escalas de preferencias. Y uno de los autores que sin discusión estaba presente en su galería privada de economistas ilustres fue Piero Sraffa (1898-1983. Creo que también habríacolocado en esa división de honor a François Quesnay, Adam Smith, David Ricardo, Karl Marx, Knut Wicksell, John M. Keynes, Joseph A.Schumpeter, Maurice H. Dobb, Wassily Leontief, John K. Galbraith, Paolo Sylos Labini y Albert O. Hirschman.

  2. New models for droplet heating and evaporation

    Sazhin, Sergei S.


    A brief summary of new models for droplet heating and evaporation, developed mainly at the Sir Harry Ricardo Laboratory of the University of Brighton during 2011-2012, is presented. These are hydrodynamic models for mono-component droplet heating and evaporation, taking into account the effects of the moving boundary due to evaporation, hydrodynamic models of multi-component droplet heating and evaporation, taking and not taking into account the effects of the moving boundary, new kinetic models of mono-component droplet heating and evaporation, and a model for mono-component droplet evaporation, based on molecular dynamics simulation. The results, predicted by the new models are compared with experimental data and the prehctions of the previously developed models where possible. © 2013 Asian Network for Scientific Information.

  3. A prediction study of a spark ignition supercharged hydrogen engine

    Al-Baghdadi, Maher A.R. Sadiq.; Al-Janabi, Haroun A.K. Shahad


    Hydrogen is found to be a suitable alternative fuel for spark ignition engines with certain drawbacks, such as high NO x emission and small power output. However, supercharging may solve such problems. In this study, the effects of equivalence ratio, compression ratio and inlet pressure on the performance and NO x emission of a four stroke supercharged hydrogen engine have been analyzed using a specially developed computer program. The results are verified and compared with experimental data obtained from tests on a Ricardo E6/US engine. A chart specifying the safe operation zone of the hydrogen engine has been produced. The safe operation zone means no pre-ignition, acceptable NO x emission, high engine efficiency and lower specific fuel consumption in comparison with the gasoline engine. The study also shows that supercharging is a more effective method to increase the output of a hydrogen engine rather than increasing the compression ratio of the engine at the knock limited equivalence ratio

  4. Enrique Barba and the Rioplatense Colonial World. Balances and Projections

    Emir Reitano


    Full Text Available The Universidad Nacional de La Plata and the history studies at the Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias de la Educación were shaped by Ricardo Levene, who left his wake for years in many of his disciples. The figure of Enrique Barba, one of the outstanding members of that school of history, developed and shined in the city of la Plata and its university. In his fifty-five years of work, Barba wrote more than fifty books, articles and contributions. However, in the lines that follow, we will refer to his least known streak, his contribution to the Rioplatense colonial past. In addition, we will study his followers in the study of the colonial period.

  5. The fight for funding deficits. About the illusion of prosperity and financial depletion of the State

    Ion-Lucian Catrina


    Full Text Available From Ricardo and Smith the deficits were seen as the one of „the most terrible scourges which was ever invented to afflict a nation” as a system which tends to make us less thrifty, to blind us to our real situation. In the twentieth century allowing deficits regardless of their destination opened the wrong door to excessive debt and vulnerable states to the credit markets. This paper aims at showing that currently many European Member States faced not only with high deficits and high stocks of public debt, which under normal conditions could be easier managed, but with the rejection and the lower confidence of investors and financial institution, with higher burden of interests and significant loss of growth perspective.

  6. Los trabajos de restauración en la cúpula de Santa María del Fiore. FLORENCIA

    Riccardo Dalla Negra


    Full Text Available En la actualidad está a punto de concluir un proceso iniciado en el año 1977, denso en estudios y hallazgos científicos sobre la obra maestra de Filippo Brunelleschi, la Cúpula de Santa María del Fiore en Florencia. Ricardo Dalla Negra director de los trabajos de restauración resume en este artículo uno de los experimentos de monitorización más avanzado en el campo internacional revelado como un instrumento decisivo para conocer el comportamiento estructural, extendiéndose además a las distintas fases de restauración de las pinturas murales de Vasari y Zuccari.

  7. Shift Performance Test and Analysis of Multipurpose Vehicle

    Can Yang


    Full Text Available This paper presented an analysis of the gear shifting performances of a multipurpose vehicle transmission in driving condition by Ricardo's Gear Shift Quality Assessment (GSQA system. The performances of the transmission included the travel and effort of the gear shift lever and synchronizing time. The mathematic models of the transmission including the gear shift mechanism and synchronizer were developed in MATLAB. The model of the gear shift mechanism was developed to analyze the travel map of the gear shift lever and the model of the synchronizer was developed to obtain the force-time curve of the synchronizer during the slipping time. The model of the synchronizer was used to investigate the relationship between the performances of the transmission and the variation of parameters during gear shifting. The mathematic models of the gear shift mechanism and the synchronizer provided a rapid design and verification method for the transmission with ring spring.

  8. Effect of pilot fuel quantity on the performance of a dual fuel engine

    Abd Alla, G.H.; Soliman, H.A.; Badr, O.A.; Abd Rabbo, M.F. [Zagazig University, Cairo (Egypt). Shoubra Faculty of Engineering


    It is well known that the operation of dual fuel engines at lower loads suffers from lower thermal efficiency and higher unburned percentages of fuel. To rectify this problem, tests have been conducted on a special single cylinder compression ignition research engine (Ricardo E6) to investigate the effect of pilot fuel quantity on the performance of an indirect injection diesel engine fuelled with gaseous fuel. Diesel fuel was used as the pilot fuel and methane or propane was used as the main fuel which was inducted into the intake manifold to mix with the intake air. Through experimental investigations, it is shown that, the low efficiency and excess emissions at light loads can be improved significantly by increasing the amount of pilot fuel, while increasing the amount of pilot fuel at high loads led to early knocking. (author)

  9. Organizational Learning Capability: An Example of University Hospital



    Full Text Available In health care institutions aiming healthy society by the way protecting and promoting human health, reaching information has a vital importance. This descriptive research purposed an evaluation of organizational learning capability of 396 employees working in Gülhane Military Medical Academy Hospital. A questionnaire including socio-demographic characteristics was used along with Organizational Learning Capability scale designed by Ricardo CHIVA and His Friends. Data acquired was analyzed with SPSS 15.0 program. Participants’ Organizational Learning Capability and its subscales means were assessed in terms of their sociodemographic characteristics. Assessing participants’ answers in terms of 5 subscales which are experimentation, risk taking, interaction with the external environment, dialogue and participatory decision-making; for education level and professional groups, statistical significant differences was found between Organizational Learning Capability and its subscales means.

  10. Applied Mathematics Seminar 1982


    This report contains the abstracts of the lectures delivered at 1982 Applied Mathematics Seminar of the DPD/LCC/CNPq and Colloquy on Applied Mathematics of LCC/CNPq. The Seminar comprised 36 conferences. Among these, 30 were presented by researchers associated to brazilian institutions, 9 of them to the LCC/CNPq, and the other 6 were given by visiting lecturers according to the following distribution: 4 from the USA, 1 from England and 1 from Venezuela. The 1981 Applied Mathematics Seminar was organized by Leon R. Sinay and Nelson do Valle Silva. The Colloquy on Applied Mathematics was held from october 1982 on, being organized by Ricardo S. Kubrusly and Leon R. Sinay. (Author) [pt

  11. Fundamentación de los derechos de propiedad: clásicos y modernos

    Michel S. Zouboulakis


    Full Text Available La historia de un concepto a veces descubre representaciones mentales y expresiones particulares que revelan desarrollos teóricos distintos. Aunque el análisis económico de los derechos de propiedad fue iniciado a comienzos de los años sesenta por Alchian, Coase y Demsetz, el concepto era conocido para los economistas clásicos. En su sentido amplio, la definición de derechos de propiedad estaba presente en las Lecturas sobre jurisprudencia de Adam Smith. Evolucionó notablemente con Ricardo, Senior y J. S. Mill. Recordar las ideas de los clásicos acerca de los derechos de propiedad y del uso de los factores de producción –trabajo, tierra y capital– y su producto mejorará en forma visible el debate actual.

  12. Reducing the viscosity of Jojoba Methyl Ester diesel fuel and effects on diesel engine performance and roughness

    Selim, Mohamed Y.E.


    An experimental investigation has been carried out to test two approaches to reduce the viscosity of the Jojoba Methyl Ester (JME) diesel fuel. The first approach is the heating of the fuel to two temperatures of 50 and 70 deg. C as compared to the base ambient temperature and to diesel fuel too. The second approach is adding one chemical which is considered by its own as alternative and renewable fuel which is Diethyl Ether (DEE). The viscosity has been reduced by both methods to close to diesel values. The performance of a diesel engine using those fuels has been tested in a variable compression research engine Ricardo E6 with the engine speed constant at 1200 rpm. The measured parameters included the exhaust gas temperature, the ignition delay period, the maximum pressure rise rate, maximum pressure, and indicated mean effective pressure and maximum heat release rate. The engine performance is presented and the effects of both approaches are scrutinized.

  13. Plant maintenance and plant life extension issue, 2008

    Agnihotri, Newal


    The focus of the March-April issue is on plant maintenance and plant life extension. Major articles include the following: Exciting time to be at the U.S. NRC, by Dale Klein, Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Extraordinary steps to ensure a minimal environmental impact, by George Vanderheyden, UniStar Nuclear Energy, LLC.; Focused on consistent reduction of outages, by Kevin Walsh, GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy; On the path towards operational excellence, by Ricardo Perez, Westinghouse Electric Company; Ability to be refuelled on-line, by Ian Trotman, CANDU Services, Atomic Energy of Canada, Ltd.; ASCA Application for maintenance of SG secondary side, by Patrick Wagner, Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation, Phillip Battaglia and David Selfridge, Westinghouse Electric Company; and, An integral part of the landscape and lives, by Tyler Lamberts, Entergy Nuclear Operations, Inc. The Industry Innovation article is titled Steam generator bowl drain repairs, by John Makar and Richard Gimple, Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation

  14. Combustion of jojoba methyl ester in an indirect injection diesel engine

    Selim, M.Y.E. [United Arab Emirates University, Al-Ain (United Arab Emirates). Mechanical Engineering Dept.; Radwan, M.S.; Elfeky, S.M.S. [Helwan University, Cairo (Egypt). Mechanical Power Engineering Dept.


    An experimental investigation has been carried out to examine for the first time the performance and combustion noise of an indirect injection diesel engine running with new fuel derived from pure jojoba oil, jojoba methyl ester, and its blends with gas oil. A Ricardo E6 compression swirl diesel engine was fully instrumented for the measurement of combustion pressure and its rise rate and other operating parameters. Test parameters included the percentage of jojoba methyl ester in the blend, engine speed, load, injection timing and engine compression ratio. Results showed that the new fuel derived from jojoba is generally comparable and a good replacement to gas oil in diesel engine at most engine operating conditions, in terms of performance parameters and combustion noise produced. (author)

  15. Reducing the viscosity of Jojoba Methyl Ester diesel fuel and effects on diesel engine performance and roughness

    Selim, Mohamed Y.E. [Mech. Eng. Dept., UAE University, Al-Ain, Abu Dhabi 17555 (United Arab Emirates)


    An experimental investigation has been carried out to test two approaches to reduce the viscosity of the Jojoba Methyl Ester (JME) diesel fuel. The first approach is the heating of the fuel to two temperatures of 50 and 70 C as compared to the base ambient temperature and to diesel fuel too. The second approach is adding one chemical which is considered by its own as alternative and renewable fuel which is Diethyl Ether (DEE). The viscosity has been reduced by both methods to close to diesel values. The performance of a diesel engine using those fuels has been tested in a variable compression research engine Ricardo E6 with the engine speed constant at 1200 rpm. The measured parameters included the exhaust gas temperature, the ignition delay period, the maximum pressure rise rate, maximum pressure, and indicated mean effective pressure and maximum heat release rate. The engine performance is presented and the effects of both approaches are scrutinized. (author)

  16. Hot topics from the Assemblies.


    INSTEAD: a randomised switch trial of indacaterol versus salmeterol/fluticasone in moderate COPD Authors: Rossi A, van der Molen T, Ricardo del Olmo, et al. Eur Respir J 2014; 44: 6, 1548-1556 SUMMARY: Inhaled corticosteroids (ICS) remain a highly controversial treatment for stable chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Data linking high-dose ICS with complications, such as pneumonia and fractures, has necessitated a re-evaluation of their role in COPD management. Guidelines currently suggest ICS for patients with a forced expiratory volume in 1 s (FEV1) <50% predicted (or <60% in some regions) and a history of exacerbations. Nevertheless, it is well known that ICS and combination ICS/long-acting β-agonist (LABA) treatments are commonly used outside these groups. In view of the increasingly recognised dangers of ICS treatment, data demonstrating the safety of discontinuing ICS treatment is welcome.

  17. 1st National Health Examination Survey (INSEF 2015): determinants of health

    Namorado, Sónia; Santos, Joana; Antunes, Liliana; Kislaya, Irina; Santos, Ana João; Castilho, Emília; Cordeiro, Eugénio; Dinis, Ana; Barreto, Marta; Gaio, Vânia; Gil, Ana Paula; Rodrigues, Ana Paula; Silva, Ana Clara; Alves, Clara Alves; Vargas, Patrícia


    O primeiro INSEF realizado em Portugal é promovido e coordenado pelo Instituto Ricardo Jorge através do seu Departamento de Epidemiologia, em parceria com o Instituto Norueguês de Saúde Publica e em colaboração com as Administrações Regionais de Saúde do Continente e Secretarias Regionais de Saúde das Regiões Autónomas dos Açores e da Madeira. Enquadramento: A importância da informação obtida através de inquéritos de saúde com exame físico realizados a amostras probabilísticas da pop...

  18. The empty cradle: fragment of the life of a fighter for the argentine pediatric

    María Cristina TARRÉS


    Full Text Available This paper pays tribute to a pioneer of the Argentinean Pediatrics, Dr, Ricardo Gutiérrez, founder of the Buenos Aires Children’s Hospital whose name carries at present. This mark of respect is made by analyzing the film La cuna vacía (The Empty Cradle, which homage him during 1949. Exceeding the nationalist and social context of its premiere, this simple and slightly sweetened version of Gutiérrez’s fragment of life may be now rescued, in critical axiological moments in our country, because of its didactic and motivational nature and especially because of its build-up-values stimulation during health sciences undergraduate and graduate education.


    Adnan PARLAK


    Full Text Available An optimisation of the Diesel cycle has been performed for power output and thermal efficiency with respect to compression ratio for various extreme temperature ratio. The relation between compression ratio and extreme temperature ratio, which gives optimum performance is derived. As the compression ratio of the diesel engine is increased in comparison to the optimum value of the engine, it is shown that the performance of the engine is decreased. The experimental study agrees with these results. In this study, compression ratio of a single cylinder pre-combustion chamber variable compression ratio Ricardo E6 type engine with the optimum compression ratio of 18.20 was increased to 19.60. As a results of this increase, specific fuel consumption was increased about 8 % and brake thermal efficiency was decreased about 7.5 %.

  20. Efficiency of a new internal combustion engine concept with variable piston motion

    Dorić Jovan Ž.


    Full Text Available This paper presents simulation of working process in a new IC engine concept. The main feature of this new IC engine concept is the realization of variable movement of the piston. With this unconventional piston movement it is easy to provide variable compression ratio, variable displacement and combustion during constant volume. These advantages over standard piston mechanism are achieved through synthesis of the two pairs of non-circular gears. Presented mechanism is designed to obtain a specific motion law which provides better fuel consumption of IC engines. For this paper Ricardo/WAVE software was used, which provides a fully integrated treatment of time-dependent fluid dynamics and thermodynamics by means of onedimensional formulation. The results obtained herein include the efficiency characteristic of this new heat engine concept. The results show that combustion during constant volume, variable compression ratio and variable displacement have significant impact on improvement of fuel consumption.

  1. Filatelia y Medicina

    Ricardo Rueda González


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    El Museo de la Academia Nacional de Medicina, por iniciativa de su Curador, Académico Ricardo Rueda González, creo la Sección de Filatelia y Medicina, que ha logrado recolectar un número significativo de estampillas de Colombia, tanto de correos como sobretasas que se han emitido en nuestro país con motivos médicos o relacionados con la medicina.

    En esta oportunidad presentamos las sobretasas de la Liga Antituberculosa Colombiana, como las que existen en muchos lugares del mundo a las que el coleccionismo internacional les reconoce valor filatélico, constituyen un aporte voluntario a una obra benéfica y que circularon junto con las estampillas de correo ordinario que se adhieren a los sobres.

  2. Gestión moderna y taylorismo en el tercer milenio

    Carlos Martínez Fajardo


    Full Text Available El presente articulo expone las ideas básicas de la presentación que realicé en la mesa redonda organizada por el Departamento de Gestión Empresarial, el programa Maestría en Administración y la revista Innovar en el segundo semestre de 1997, centrada en el tema de la vigencia del taylorismo. Este evento contó con la participación de la profesora Anita Weiss del departamento de Sociología de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, del profesor Guillermo Camacho como consultor y conferencista de diferentes universidades del país, y de los profesores Bernardo Parra, coordinador del evento, Ricardo Romero, profesor, y Carlos E. Martínez Fajardo, profesor y director del Departamento de Gestión.

  3. ¿Ciudades más humanas? Una aproximación a través de los instrumentos de planificación urbana

    Waldo López Moya


    Full Text Available Bajo el slogan “más democracia y más derechos”, en Junio de 1991, se dieron a conocer las Bases programáticas de la Concertación de Partidos por la Democracia para el Gobierno de Ricardo Lagos Escobar, 2000-2006. Según esas bases, uno de los puntales en materia de desarrollo sería la de alcanzar “Ciudades más humanas” y en las que hubiera importantes transformaciones en lo concerniente a desarrollo urbano, transporte, medio ambiente, ordenamiento territorial y participación ciudadana.

  4. The Family and Community Medicine Residency Program of the municipality of Rio de Janeiro

    Daniel Ricardo Soranz


    Daniel Ricardo Soranz é Subsecretário de Atenção Primária, Vigilância e Promoção da Saúde do Município do Rio de Janeiro desde 2009, ano em que a Atenção Primária à Saúde (APS) do município começou a ser reestruturada por meio da Estratégia Saúde da Família (ESF), ampliando de 3,5% (2009) para 42% (2013) a cobertura da APS dos mais de seis milhões de cariocas. Com a crescente ampliação surgiu, ao final de 2011, a necessidade de formar médicos de família e comunidade. Assim, em 2012, o municíp...

  5. “Gate and Port of the South of Argentina”? Nuances and Debates in the Image of Bahia Blanca City in Its Regional Context in the Mid-twentieth Century

    Juliana López Pascual


    Full Text Available For over a century the people of Bahia Blanca, Argentinian port city located at the south west of the province of Buenos Aires, they have imagined it and defined it not only as part of the Patagonian territories but also as their legitimate political, economic and cultural center. The aim of historicizing and questioning this idea, trying to account for the interests that were mobilized, the ideological postures that hinted, and the impact it had on the effective regional layout, is what motivates our research. To that end, this article does focus on economic and infrastructural dimension that some debates of mid-twentieth century used simultaneously as evidence and as ultimate goal of this alleged hegemony. For this purpose, we will analyze the writings of Domingo Pronsato and Ricardo M. Ortiz whom, from different geopolitical perspectives, devised specific roles for the city that suited their plans for the regional development of Patagonia.

  6. 1915: Representación de la subjetividad femenina en la Vanguardia, periódico activista veracruzano

    Flores Grajales, María Guadalupe


    Si el hombre es esclavo, vosotros lo sois también. La cadena no reconoce sexos; la infamia que avergüenza al hombre os infama de igual modo a vosotras. No podéis sustraeros a la vergüenza de la opresión; la misma garra que acogota al hombre os extingue a vosotras, necesario es, pues, ser solidario con gran contienda de la felicidad... ¿Qué no entendéis de política? No es esta una cuestión de política es una cuestión de vida o muerte...Ricardo Flores Magón, Regeneración (1904) Durante el porfi...




    Full Text Available In this paper we reflect on the discourse of political humor and its constitution from gestures of interpretation related to inscription and movement of subjects and senses in/among affiliation and memory networks. As analysis unit, we have chosen an electronic cartoon that textualizes the electoral dispute between the political parties PT and PSDB aired in 2015 on the website by Maurício Ricardo. Analysis of the selected text allowed us to observe the work of subject-author signifying the political events, as well as on the network of meanings regarding Brazilian political memory. This article enrolls in the theoretical field of French and Brazilian tradition of Discourse Analysis taking as basic references Pêcheux and Orlandi’s works.


    José Alfredo Balderrama-Ruedas


    Full Text Available This descriptive research is under the quantitative approach, the method analysis statistic is used, to show up the results obtained by the students from the Escuela Normal Rural Ricardo Flores Magón (ENRRFM, whose performed work out and sports among the four years in the bachelor´s degree in education, so on the entry test to the teaching service and analyze the relationship between work out and the sports with academic performance. The results found were the following: from the 96 students analyzed, an average of 21.87% performed work out and sport; this group got a higher average in the final results in comparison to the ones who did not and they got a qualified higher average in the entry test to the professional teaching service, however the difference did not show to mean significant according to the statistic used to analyze the data.

  9. Representations of desires in some recent gay Asian-American writings.

    Murray, Stephen O


    This article explores conceptions of same-sex sexual behavior and desires by American gay males who grew up in Pacific Island or Asian societies. In the absence of systematic survey data, representations, which are not assumed to be autobiographical, by two South Asian émigrés to Canada (Badruddin Khan and Shyam Selvadurai), two second generation Filipino-Americans (Joël Tan and Ricardo Ramos), a second generation Chinese-Hawaiian (Norman Wong) and three men of Chinese descent born and raised in Southeast Asia (Lawrence Chua, Justin Chin, and T. C. Huo) are examined. The unsatisfying script of sexual submission of Asians to whites is particularly central, except for the South Asians. These books provide recurrent evidence of role distance, of switching roles (often without rewriting a dominance-submission conception of insertion-reception) and of some degree of reconceiving the (sexual) self.


    Irma Yazmina Araiza-Delgado


    Full Text Available Today, one of the major challenges facing society is the care of the environment, and for this reason the thematic becomes important for the education system that aims to educate citizens to be able to engage harmoniously into the environment where they are embedded. Therefore, this is research´s aims to understand the social representations of the school student teachers Normal Ricardo Flores Magon regarding the care of the environment, starting from the course Environmental Education for Sustainability and was conducted from a qualitative perspective, to gather information were used the survey and the portfolio of the students as instruments. The results were: the persistence of an anthropocentric paradigm therefore is responsibility to the teacher’s trainers of educators to change this view where prevails a critical and self-centered approach.

  11. Componentes para una renovada teoría de la renta

    Cuevas Homero


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    1.1 El sistema de Ricardo legó una teoría de la renta con un alto grado de generalidad y consistencia, quiza mayor del que sule reconocérsele, lo cual parece evidente cuando se dejan de lado ciertas simplificaciones expositivas del capítulo II de los Principios y se enfrenta a la complejidad del modelo íntegro desarrollado en el capítulo XXIV. Esta complejidad descansa, a su vez en la interrelación de unas pocas lineas muy sólidas, las cuales se identifican a continuación (1.2 a 1.7.

  12. To the last drop. About oil's political economy; Til siste draape. Om oljens politiske oekonomi

    Ryggvik, Helge


    This book sets the last few years dramatic oil news into a context which until now has been missing in the Norwegian debate. The starting point is an analysis of what the classical economists - from Smith and Ricardo to Marx and George - would have called the oil companies special political economy. The book shows that which is good for the new Statoil, nearly never will be good for Norway and the rest of the world. It shows how a small elite has secured a good grip on straws into the great oil wealth, how the foundation, in international context presented as a successful Norwegian oil policy, is about to break down and how the great internationalization project which lay behind, will change Norway's relationship to the world - forever. (AG)

  13. Antijudaïsme, pouvoir politique et administration de la justice. Juifs, chrétiens et convertis dans l’espace juridictionnel de la Chancillería de Valladolid (xve-xvie siècles

    Elisa Caselli


    Full Text Available Composition du juryMonsieur. Bernard Vincent, Directeur de thèses (ÉHESS,Monsieur. Bartolomé Bennassar (Université de Toulouse le Mirail,Monsieur. Ricardo Garcia Carcel (Université Autonome de Barcelone,Madame. Claude Gauvard (Université de Paris I,Madame. Béatrice Perez (Université de Rennes II,Monsieur. Jean-Paul Zuñiga, (ÉHESSMention très honorable avec félicitation du juryThèse soutenue le 28 juin 2010RésuméÀ travers des procès judiciaires impliquant des juifs, plaidant entre eux ou...

  14. Acto encabezado por el ex presidente Raúl Alfonsín a 30 años del golpe de estado de 1976 en la entrada de la ESMA (Escuela de Mecánica de la Armada)

    Alfonsín, Raúl Ricardo


    Radio Universidad registra el discurso del ex presidente Raúl Alfonsín en el frente de la ESMA, en Buenos Aires, el 24 de marzo de 2006, al cumplirse 30 años del último golpe de estado. Se refiere al rol de las Fuerzas Armadas y a su desempeño a lo largo del siglo XX, a la participación civil en los gobiernos de facto, al terrorismo y la desvalorización de la democracia. También se pronuncia contra la instauración del feriado nacional el 24 de marzo. Raúl Ricardo Alfonsín: nació en Chasco...

  15. Los autores como actores en el teatro experimental español de los años veinte

    Fraga Fernández-Cuevas, María Jesús


    Full Text Available During the attempts for theatrical renewal in the twenties, several playwrights worked also as actors. The Baroja’s acted in the company ‘El Mirlo Blanco’; D. Pío participation was enthusiastic although brief, while his brother Ricardo was better recognized for his work as stage designer. Rivas Cherif participated in numerous performances and his coherence with the new theatre model that he defended was unanimously praised. Eusebio de Gorbea was considered the best actor among the playwrights, although his more appreciated characteristics like tone, gesture and roughness approached him to naturalism. The interpretative work of these authors as components of a group, whose nucleus remained amongst successive renovation attempts, is also recognized by its discipline, renounce to individual success and subordination to scenic treatment.En los ensayos de renovación teatral de los años veinte, varios dramaturgos intervinieron como actores. Los hermanos Baroja actuaron en la compañía ‘El Mirlo Blanco’: la participación de D. Pío fue entusiasta pero breve; de su hermano Ricardo se recuerda con mayor interés su labor de escenógrafo. Las numerosas actuaciones de Rivas Cherif fueron unánimemente valoradas por su coherencia con los presupuestos del nuevo teatro que tanto defendió. Eusebio de Gorbea fue el dramaturgo más reconocido en su labor de actor, si bien sus rasgos más destacados, tono, ademán, rudeza le sitúan cercano al naturalismo. La labor interpretativa de estos autores como componentes de un grupo, cuyo núcleo se mantiene en los sucesivos intentos renovadores, es también alabada por su disciplina, renuncia al lucimiento y supeditación al tratamiento escénico.

  16. Effects of diluent admissions and intake air temperature in exhaust gas recirculation on the emissions of an indirect injection dual fuel engine

    Abd-Alla, G.H.; Soliman, H.A.; Badr, O.A.; Abd-Rabbo, M.F. [Zagazig University, Cairo (Egypt). Shoubra Faculty of Engineering


    The operation of Diesel engines on gaseous fuels, commonly known as dual fuel engines, uses Diesel fuel as the pilot fuel and gaseous fuel (methane and sometimes propane in the present work) as the main fuel. The gaseous fuel was inducted in the intake manifold to mix with the intake air. The investigation was conducted on a high speed indirect injection (Ricardo-E6) dual fuel engine and was concerned with the effects of exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) on the dual fuel engine combustion and emissions, in particular, the effects of intake air temperature and diluent admissions (N{sub 2} and CO{sub 2}) on combustion and emissions. The use of diluents to displace oxygen (O{sub 2}) in the intake air resulted in a reduction in the O{sub 2} supplied to the engine, increased the inlet charge thermal capacity (thermal effect) and, potentially, CO{sub 2} and N{sub 2} participated in the combustion process (chemical effect). In a separate series of tests, the temperature of the engine inlet charge was raised gradually in order to simulate the effect of mixing hot EGR with the engine inlet gaseous fuel air mixture. It was found that the admission of diluents resulted in reductions in the exhaust oxides of nitrogen (NO{sub x}). Higher inlet charge temperature increases the exhaust NO{sub x} but reduces the unburned hydrocarbon emissions. Finally, when carbon dioxide was added to the inlet gaseous fuel air charge, large reductions in NO{sub x} were observed. (author)

  17. An economic assessment of low carbon vehicles

    Summerton, P. [Cambridge Econometrics CE, Cambridge (United Kingdom); Harrison, P. [European Climate Foundation ECF, Brussels (Belgium)] (eds.)


    The study aimed to analyse the economic impacts of decarbonizing light duty vehicles. As part of the study, the impacts of the European Commissions proposed 2020 CO2 regulation for cars and vans have been assessed. The analysis showed that a shift to low-carbon vehicles would increase spending on vehicle technology, therefore generating positive direct employment impacts, but potentially adding 1,000-1,100 euro to the capital cost of the average new car in 2020. However, these additional technology costs would be offset by fuel savings of around 400 euro per year, indicating an effective break-even point for drivers of approximately three years. At the EU level, the cost of running and maintaining the European car fleet would become 33-35 billion euro lower each year than in a 'do nothing scenario' by 2030, leading to positive economic impacts including indirect employment gains. Data on the cost of low carbon vehicle technologies has largely been sourced from the auto industry itself, with the study supported by a core working group including Nissan, GE, the European Association of Automotive Suppliers (CLEPA), and the European Storage Battery Manufacturers Association (Eurobat). Fuel price projections for the study were based on the IEA's World Energy Outlook, while technical modelling was carried out using the transport policy scoping tool SULTAN (developed by Ricardo-AEA for the European Commission) and the Road Vehicle Cost and Efficiency Calculation Framework, also developed by Ricardo-AEA. Macro-economic modelling was done using the E3ME model, which has previously been used for several European Commission and EU government impact assessments. This report focuses on efficient use of fossil fuels in internal combustion- and hybrid electric vehicles. It will be followed by a second report, which will focus on further reducing the use of fossil fuels by also substituting them with domestically produced energy carriers, such as electricity and

  18. Modelos nacionais e regionais de família no pensamento social brasileiro National and Regional Family Patterns in Brazilian Social Thought



    Full Text Available As revisões sobre os estudos clássicos de família no Brasil convergem na crítica ao patriarcalismo como modelo genérico e fixo de descrição dessa instituição, propondo que a família brasileira era uma pluralidade dispersa de experiências. Sugerimos que já nas narrativas ensaísticas sobre a identidade nacional existem modelos plurais de família brasileira, diversificados em termos da compreensão dos arranjos locais de relações familiares. Com esse objetivo, relemos, sob o eixo família-nação-região, dois conjuntos de ensaístas significativos para a construção de identidades regionais particulares (primeiro, Alfredo Ellis Jr. e Cassiano Ricardo; segundo, Alceu Amoroso Lima e Sylvio de Vasconcellos, pensadores/produtores de visões de São Paulo e de Minas Gerais, respectivamente, enquanto culturas e sociedades em grande parte caracterizadas por suas experiências de organização familiar própria.Revisions of classical studies of the family in Brazil agree in criticizing patriarchalism as a general and fixed model describing this institution, arguing that the Brazilian family was a plurality of dispersed experiences. We suggest that in the essay narratives of national identity there are already plural models of the Brazilian family, which are diversified according to local arrangements of family relations. Considering the themes family-nation-region, we review the work of two groups of important essayists on the construction of particular regional identities: Alfredo Ellis Jr. e Cassiano Ricardo; Alceu Amoroso Lima e Sylvio de Vasconcellos. We argue that these essayists articulated visions of São Paulo and Minas Gerais as cultures and societies characterized in a significant way by experiences of a proper family organization.

  19. Reseñas

    HC Reseñas


    Full Text Available CARO CANCELA, Diego (coord.: El primer liberalismo en Andalucía (1808- 1869. Política, economía y sociabilidad. Cádiz: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Cádiz, 2005 (295 pp.. VILAR, María José: Territorio y ordenación administrativa en la España contemporánea. Los orígenes de la actual Región uniprovincial de Murcia. Murcia: Asamblea Regional de Murcia y Real Academia Alfonso X el Sabio, 2004. iv + 377 pp. + cartografía (s.n. Juana Martínez Mercader PÉREZ MARÍN, María Dolores (Sch. P.: Escolapias en Andalucía. Córdoba: Servicio de Publicaciones, Universidad de Córdoba, 2005. Prólogo de José Manuel Cuenca Toribio. 748 p. Fernando López Mora EALHAM, Chris & RICHARDS, Michael (eds.: The Splintering of Spain. Cultural History and the Spanish Civil War. Cambridge: University Press, 2005. 282 pp., XV ilustraciones, VI mapas. Luis Arias González ÁLVAREZ TARDÍO, Manuel: El camino a la democracia en España. 1931 y 1978. Madrid: Gota a Gota, 2005. PAYNE, Stanley G.: El colapaso de la República. Los orígenes de la Guerra Civil Española. Madrid: La Esfera de los Libros, Alianza, 2005. Hernán Rodríguez Velasco ALY, Götz: La utopía nazi: cómo Hitler compró a los alemanes. Barcelona: Crítica, 2006. Helí Ovalle Fuente MARTÍN DE LA GUARDIA, Ricardo y PÉREZ SÁNCHEZ, Ricardo: La URSS contra las Comunidades Europeas. La percepción soviética del mercado común (1957-1962. Valladolid: Universidad de Valladolid, Secretariado de Publicaciones e Intercambio Editorial, 2005. Silvia Marcu DÍAZ FERNÁNDEZ, Antonio M.: Los servicios de inteligencia españoles. Desde la guerra civil hasta el 11-M. Historia de una transición. Madrid: Alianza, 2005 Hernán Rodríguez Velasco BENEYTO, José María; MARTÍN DE LA GUARDIA, Ricardo M. y PÉREZ SÁNCHEZ, Guillermo Á. (dir.: Europa y Estados Unidos — Una historia de la relación atlántica en los últimos cien años. Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2005. Silvia Marcu CUENCA

  20. Correspondencia sobre la estela romana de Araño (Rianxo conservada en el Museo de Pontevedra

    Santos Fernández, Carlos


    Full Text Available The aim of this collaboration is to present a series of documents, basically letters (signed by Casto Sampedro, Eladio Oviedo Arce, Ricardo Blanco-Cicerón and others about a Roman tombstone that was found in 1907 in Araño (Rianxo, A Coruña, Spain, and at present is in the Museo de Pontevedra. The documents, which are reproduced in an appendix, come from four Galician archives (Museo do Pobo Galego, Museo de Pontevedra, Real Academia Galega, Catedral de Santiago and Instituto de Estudios Gallegos Padre Sarmiento, and they provide new data about the discovery of the stele, the laborious process for his acquisition, the admission into the Sociedad Arqueológica de Pontevedra, his exhibition in the Exposición Regional Gallega de 1909, and the fruitless negotiations on the definitive permanency of the tombstone in Santiago. The stele’s description (text, anthropomorphic decoration and architectural decoration and a bibliographical update over this gravestone precede the study of the documents and his transcription.La finalidad de esta colaboración es dar a conocer un conjunto de documentos, fundamentalmente cartas (suscritas, entre otros, por Casto Sampedro, Eladio Oviedo Arce o Ricardo Blanco-Cicerón, acerca de una estela funeraria romana (CIRG-I n.º 81 adscribible al Subgrupo Rías Baixas, hallada en 1907 en Araño (Rianxo y que actualmente se exhibe en el Museo de Pontevedra. Los documentos, que se transcriben íntegramente en el Apéndice, proceden de cinco archivos gallegos (Museo do Pobo Galego, Museo de Pontevedra, Real Academia Galega, Catedral de Santiago e Instituto de Estudios Gallegos Padre Sarmiento, y proporcionan nuevos datos sobre el descubrimiento de la estela, las laboriosas gestiones encaminadas a su adquisición, el ingreso en la Sociedad Arqueológica de Pontevedra, su exhibición en la Exposición Regional Gallega de 1909 y las infructuosas negociaciones encaminadas a que la pieza quedara definitivamente en Santiago

  1. Accumulation and foreign trade from a center-periphery perspective Acumulación y comercio exterior desde una perspectiva centro-periferia

    García José Guillermo


    Full Text Available The theories which have attempted to explain the insertion of the countries of the periphery in the international division of labor haven't been able to explain in a satisfactory way the economic foundations and mechanisms of foreign trade in that contexto To understand the logic of the mechanism of peripheral insertion, the function served by foreign
    trade in the capital accumulation process must be analyzed. By going back to this problem in the classical analysis, some pieces of a new puzzle can be found. Smith's theory of the extension of the market, the structural heterogeneity of capitalism expressed in the differentiation of national price systems and profit rates according to Ricardo, and the foundations of the forms of mercantile and industrial accumulation in Marx are the new elements. The profit rate improves the conditions of accumulation when it exploits the differences in the national price systems. In the process of accumulation, the mechanisms of industrial accumulation operate in the interior, and they are strengthened by the
    mechanisms of mercantile accumulation which operate in external trade. As a consequence, the extension of the market outward to the periphery is only viable to the extent that this zone offers compensations which improve the condi tions determining the rates of profi t and accumulation
    in the center.Las teorías que han intentado explicar en forma satisfactoria los fundamentos y los mecanismos económicos del comercio exterior en ese contexto. Para entender la lógica del mecanismos de inserción periférica, es necesario analizar la funci´pon que cumple el comercio exterior en el proceso de acumulación de capital. Retomando está problemática en el análisis clásico, se pueden sacara las piezas del nuevo romprecabezas. La teroría de la extensión de mercados de Smith, la heterogenidad estructural del capitalismo expresada en la diferenciación de sistemas de precios nacionales y de tasas

  2. The influence of psychoeducation on regulating biological rhythm in a sample of patients with bipolar II disorder: a randomized clinical trial

    Faria AD


    Full Text Available Augusto Duarte Faria,1 Luciano Dias de Mattos Souza,2 Taiane de Azevedo Cardoso,2 Karen Amaral Tavares Pinheiro,2 Ricardo Tavares Pinheiro,2 Ricardo Azevedo da Silva,2 Karen Jansen21Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande – FURG, Rio Grande, RS, Brazil; 2Health and Behavior Postgraduate Program, Universidade Católica de Pelotas – UCPEL, Pelotas, RS, BrazilIntroduction: Changes in biological rhythm are among the various characteristics of bipolar disorder, and have long been associated with the functional impairment of the disease. There are only a few viable options of psychosocial interventions that deal with this specific topic; one of them is psychoeducation, a model that, although it has been used by practitioners for some time, only recently have studies shown its efficacy in clinical practice.Aim: To assess if patients undergoing psychosocial intervention in addition to a pharmacological treatment have better regulation of their biological rhythm than those only using medication.Method: This study is a randomized clinical trial that compares a standard medication intervention to an intervention combined with drugs and psychoeducation. The evaluation of the biological rhythm was made using the Biological Rhythm Interview of Assessment in Neuropsychiatry, an 18-item scale divided in four areas (sleep, activity, social rhythm, and eating pattern. The combined intervention consisted of medication and a short-term psychoeducation model summarized in a protocol of six individual sessions of 1 hour each.Results: The sample consisted of 61 patients with bipolar II disorder, but during the study, there were 14 losses to follow-up. Therefore, the final sample consisted of 45 individuals (26 for standard intervention and 19 for combined. The results showed that, in this sample and time period evaluated, the combined treatment of medication and psychoeducation had no statistically significant impact on the

  3. Performance of a Mobile Phone App-Based Participatory Syndromic Surveillance System for Acute Febrile Illness and Acute Gastroenteritis in Rural Guatemala.

    Olson, Daniel; Lamb, Molly; Lopez, Maria Renee; Colborn, Kathryn; Paniagua-Avila, Alejandra; Zacarias, Alma; Zambrano-Perilla, Ricardo; Rodríguez-Castro, Sergio Ricardo; Cordon-Rosales, Celia; Asturias, Edwin Jose


    surveillance system demonstrated a high reporting rate and good agreement between parental reported data and nurse-reported data during home visits. Several household-level and external factors were associated with decreased syndromic reporting. Poor reporting rate was associated with decreased syndromic and pathogen-specific case ascertainment. ©Daniel Olson, Molly Lamb, Maria Renee Lopez, Kathryn Colborn, Alejandra Paniagua-Avila, Alma Zacarias, Ricardo Zambrano-Perilla, Sergio Ricardo Rodríguez-Castro, Celia Cordon-Rosales, Edwin Jose Asturias. Originally published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (, 09.11.2017.

  4. "La Salud Pública, Situación actual, Propuestas y Recomendaciones"

    Alvaro Moncayo Medina


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    El Académico Gustavo Malagón-Londoño es Médico Cirujano de la Universidad Javeriana y Especialista en Ortopedia y Traumatología.
    Es Profesor Titular de la Universidad Militar Nueva Granada y ha sido Profesor de la Universidad del Rosario y de la Juan N. Corpas. Fue Decano Fundador de la Facultad de Medicina de la Universidad Militar.
    Ha sido Presidente de la Asociación Colombiana de Facultades de Medicina y Asesor y Secretario General del Ministerio de Salud. Además ha sido Gerente de CORPAL y Secretario de Salud del Distrito Capital de Bogotá.
    En la actualidad es Miembro de Número de la Academia Nacional de Medicina, Miembro Titular de la Sociedad de Ortopedia, Miembro de laAcademia Americana de Ortopedia, de la Sociedad Latinoamericana de Ortopedia y de la Asociación Mundial de Ortopedia.
    El Dr. Malagón ha publicado 10 Libros: 2 con la Organización Panamericana de la Salud, 1 con la Alcaldía Mayor de Bogotá y 7 con la Editorial Médica Panamericana difundidos en los países de habla hispana. De los 7 últimos libros publicados por el Académico Malagón, uno va por la tercera edición y cuatro por la segunda. Ha recibido 18 Condecoraciones entre ellas la Cruz de Boyacá y la Medalla Jorge Bejarano por servicios a la Salud Pública ya la Educación en Salud. También ha publicado más de 1.000 artículos en periódicos y revistas especializadas sobre temas de salud.
    El Doctor Ricardo Galán Morera es Médico Cirujano egresado de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Magíster en Salud Pública de la Universidad de Antioquia, Especialista en Medicina Preventiva y Salud

  5. Prehistoria y primera historia de la Sociedad Española de Educación Comparada = Background and early history of the Spanish Comparative Education Society

    Ramona Valls


    Full Text Available En este artículo los autores se aproximan a los orígenes de la educación comparada en España, analizando su proceso de institucionalización universitaria. Después de referirse someramente a los vestigios de la etapa anterior a la Guerra Civil (1936-1939, se revisa el papel activo desarrollado por el profesor Juan Tusquets que puso las bases para una primera institucionalización de la disciplina, a partir de la revista Perspectivas Pedagógicas (1958 y del Instituto de Pedagogía Comparada (1964, dependiente del CSIC y adscrito a la Universidad de Barcelona. A partir de 1974 se dan los primeros pasos para la gestación y puesta en marcha de la Sociedad Española de Educación Comparada, cuyas dos primeras décadas –hasta llegar a 1994– contaron con la dirección del profesor Ricardo Marín Ibáñez. A partir de 1995, con la aparición de la Revista Española de Educación Comparada, la Sociedad alcanza su mayoría de edad, científica y académica.In this article, the authors examine the origins of comparative education in Spain, analyzing the process of its university institutionalization. After taking a brief look at the vestiges of the period prior to the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939 they review the active role played by Professor Juan Tusquets, who set the groundwork for the preliminary institutionalization of the discipline, from the 1958 journal Perspectivas Pedagógicas (Educational Perspectives and the Institute for Comparative Education (1964, part of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC affiliated with the University of Barcelona. The first steps to develop and implement the Spanish Comparative Education Society were taken in 1974 and for the first two decades, through 1994, the Society was run by Professor Ricardo Marín Ibáñez. After 1995, with the appearance of the Revista Española de Educación Comparada (Spanish Journal of Comparative Education, the Society came of age, both scientifically and academically.

  6. A hydrodynamic model for cooperating solidary countries

    De Luca, Roberto; Di Mauro, Marco; Falzarano, Angelo; Naddeo, Adele


    The goal of international trade theories is to explain the exchange of goods and services between different countries, aiming to benefit from it. Albeit the idea is very simple and known since ancient history, smart policy and business strategies need to be implemented by each subject, resulting in a complex as well as not obvious interplay. In order to understand such a complexity, different theories have been developed since the sixteenth century and today new ideas still continue to enter the game. Among them, the so called classical theories are country-based and range from Absolute and Comparative Advantage theories by A. Smith and D. Ricardo to Factor Proportions theory by E. Heckscher and B. Ohlin. In this work we build a simple hydrodynamic model, able to reproduce the main conclusions of Comparative Advantage theory in its simplest setup, i.e. a two-country world with country A and country B exchanging two goods within a genuine exchange-based economy and a trade flow ruled only by market forces. The model is further generalized by introducing money in order to discuss its role in shaping trade patterns. Advantages and drawbacks of the model are also discussed together with perspectives for its improvement.

  7. Mometasone furoate in the management of asthma: a review

    Ricardo A Tan


    Full Text Available Ricardo A Tan1, Jonathan Corren21California Allergy and Asthma Medical Group, Los Angeles, CA; 2Allergy Research Foundation, Los Angeles, CA, USAAbstract: Inhaled corticosteroids (ICS have proven to be the most effective and essential therapy for the treatment of bronchial asthma. The 2007 National Asthma Education and Prevention Program guidelines recommend ICS as preferred therapy for patients with mild to severe persistent asthma. Mometasone furoate (MF is a relatively new ICS agent with high affinity for the glucocorticoid receptor. It is approved in the US for maintenance treatment of asthma for patients 4 years of age and older. It has been shown to be well tolerated with no significant adverse side effects observed in clinical trials and post-marketing surveillance. The efficacy of mometasone furoate has been established in large, well-designed studies. In patients with persistent asthma previously treated either with short-acting beta-agonists alone or twice-daily maintenance therapy with ICS, once-daily MF has been shown to be superior to placebo in improving lung function, symptom control, and quality of life; and has shown comparable efficacy compared with budesonide, beclomethasone, and fluticasone. Twice-daily dosing with MF has been demonstrated to successfully allow for reduction or elimination of oral corticosteroids in severe asthmatics.Keywords: inhaled steroids, mometasone furoate, once-daily dosing, asthma, stepwise approach

  8. Association of body composition with sarcopenic obesity in elderly women

    Silva AO


    Full Text Available Alessandro Oliveira Silva,1,2 Margô Gomes Oliveira Karnikowski,3 Silvana Schwerz Funghetto,3 Marina Morato Stival,3 Ricardo Moreno Lima,3 Jéssica Cardoso de Souza,1 James Wilfred Navalta,4 Jonato Prestes11Catholic University of Brasilia, Brasilia, DF, Brazil; 2Center University of Brasilia, Brasilia, DF, Brazil; 3University of Brasilia, Brasilia, DF, Brazil; 4University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV, USAAbstract: The aim of the present study was to investigate the prevalence of sarcopenic obesity and its association with obesity and sarcopenia in elderly Brazilian women. Two hundred and seventy-two sedentary women with a mean age of 66.75 ± 5.38 years were recruited for participation in this study. Obesity was determined by both body mass index and dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA evaluations. Sarcopenic obesity diagnosis was established from the ratio between fat-free mass and body surface area as obtained by DXA. There was no association of obesity with sarcopenic obesity (P = 0.424. In contrast, sarcopenia was significantly related to sarcopenic obesity (P < 0.001, although most of the elderly women with sarcopenia (n = 171 did not exhibit sarcopenic obesity. These results highlight the importance of diagnosing sarcopenic obesity as elderly women exhibiting sarcopenia could be either eutrophic or obese.Keywords: sarcopenic obesity, aging, obesity, sarcopenia, health

  9. Escrituras subversivas: pensamiento crítico desde Centroamérica

    Juan Pablo Gómez


    Full Text Available ¿Qué significa escribir durante la guerra? ¿Qué posicionalidades y sensibilidades se producen a partir de estas experiencias límites y de qué forma nos pueden ayudar a comprender el pasado y el presente? Para responder estas preguntas analizamos la política de escritura de tres pensadores centroamericanos: Ignacio Martín-Baró, Ricardo Falla e Ileana Rodríguez. A través del método etnográfico de la historia propuesto por Cristina Rivera Garza, postulamos que estos intelectuales nos permiten establecer un puente para presenciar el pasado. Cada uno de ellos nos ofrece una imagen del pasado reciente de tres países de la región. El pensamiento producido desde Centroamérica durante los contextos revolucionarios y de guerra nos permite dialogar críticamente con el pasado, a la vez que nos da luces para pensar los cambios que continúan pendientes hoy.

  10. [Diagnosis of congenital endocrinological disease in newborns with prolonged jaundice and hypoglycaemia].

    Braslavsky, D; Keselman, A; Chiesa, A; Bergadá, I


    The association of prolonged neonatal jaundice and hypoglycaemia may be secondary to an endocrinological disease. Pituitary insufficiency and primary adrenal insufficiency are the most likely endocrine diseases that need to be ruled out. We retrospectively analysed the clinical and laboratory characteristics of thirteen patients referred to the Hospital de Niños Ricardo Gutiérrez between years 2003 and 2008 due to prolonged neonatal jaundice and hypoglycaemia secondary to pituitary insufficiency in twelve patients, and in one secondary to primary adrenal insufficiency. All patients had a history of neonatal hypoglycaemia. Ten patients had conjugated hyperbilirubinaemia and six also had elevated transaminases. Combined pituitary hormone deficiency was observed in the twelve hypopituitarism patients. Hormonal replacement normalised liver function and resolved the prolonged jaundice in all the patients. None of them underwent liver biopsy. Hypoglycaemia also remitted after hormonal therapy. Prolonged or cholestatic jaundice associated with neonatal hypoglycaemia is highly likely to be due to pituitary hormone deficiency or primary adrenal insufficiency. Early diagnosis and treatment of these children reverts the prolonged jaundice and prevents morbidity and mortality due to recurrent hypoglycaemia and hormone deficiencies. Copyright © 2011 Asociación Española de Pediatría. Published by Elsevier Espana. All rights reserved.

  11. Diagnóstico ambiental preliminar de la Central Termoeléctrica de Paipa

    Carlos Magno Martínez Mora


    Full Text Available Este trabajo, realizado por el Ingeniero Carlos M. Martínez Mora, como uno de los requisitos para optar al título de Magister Scientiae en Ingeniería ambiental y dirigido por el ingeniero Jorge Ricardo Bernal, tuvo como objetivo analizar las condiciones actuales de operación de la Central Termoeléctrica de Paipa y establecer las bases para la preparación del expediente ambiental exigido por el Código de los Recursos Naturales Renovables y de Protección al Medio Ambiente. Se estableció que en el momento operan tres unidades de generación de 33, 66 Y 74 megavatios. Se utiliza el agua del río Chicamocha, para condensación y transferencia de calor hacia el ambiente. El combustible utilizado es carbón mineral, cuyas emisiones contaminadoras son cenizas y óxidos de azufre. Se llevó a cabo un programa de muestreo de calidad del agua y se hizo un estimativo de calidad del aire, mediante la aplicación de un modelo de dispersión. Definido el estado actual o de referencia, se realizó un análisis de los efectos predecibles que podría causar sobre la calidad ambiental, la instalación de una cuarta unidad generadora de 150 megavatios. Se hacen varias recomendaciones tendientes a minimizar tales posibles efectos negativos.

  12. Juventudes universitarias de izquierda. De la lucha ideológica a la violencia política

    Álvaro Acevedo Tarazona


    Full Text Available Tal como sucedió en otros lugares del mundo, en Colombia du - rante las décadas de los sesenta y los setenta primó un ambien - te de lucha revolucionaria. Los líderes sindicales, los antiguos militantes del partido Comunista, algunos literatos y artistas de avanzada y los jóvenes universitarios fueron atraídos, desde puntos de vista ideológico, emocional y político por las corrien - tes discursivas que abogaban por una revolución total. Este artí - culo analiza los casos de cinco jóvenes que pasaron de la lucha ideológica a empuñar las armas. Son los casos de Jaime Arenas Reyes, Víctor Medina Morón, Fabio y Manuel Vásquez Castaño y Ricardo Lara Parada, quienes conformaron el primer núcleo de lo que se conocería después como Ejército de Liberación Nacio - nal (ELN. Un análisis prosopográfico de estos cinco casos nos permitirá ver la estrecha relación entre el ambiente universitario de las décadas de los sesenta y setenta y el surgimiento de la lu - cha armada en Colombia.

  13. [Scientific Research Policy for Health in Portugal: II - Facts and Suggestions].

    Guerreiro, Cátia Sá; Hartz, Zulmira; Sambo, Luís; Conceição, Cláudia; Dussault, Gilles; Russo, Giuliano; Viveiros, Miguel; Silveira, Henrique; Pita Barros, Pedro; Ferrinho, Paulo


    After more than 40 years of democracy and 30 years of European integration, Portugal has bridged the research gap it had previously. However, when compared to global and European research policies, Portugal still has a long way go regarding investment in research and development. Health Research in Portugal has been managed by the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia and the National Health Institute Doctor Ricardo Jorge, and it has not been a political priority, emphasized by the absence of a national scientific research plan for health, resulting in a weak coordination of actors in the field. The strategic guidelines of the 2004 - 2010 National Health Plan are what comes closest to a health research policy, but these were not implemented by the institutions responsible for scientific research for the health sector. Trusting that adopting a strategy of incentives to stimulate health research is an added-value for the Portuguese health system, the authors present five strategic proposals for research in health in Portugal.

  14. Petrography and geochronology (U/Pb-Sm/Nd) the Passagem Granite, Pensamiento Granitoid Complex, Paragua Terrane, SW Amazon Craton, Mato Grosso, Brazil; Petrologia e geocronologia (U/Pb-Sm/Nd) do Granito Passagem, Complexo Granitoide Pensamiento, SW do Craton Amazonico (MT)

    Jesus, Gisely Carmo de, E-mail: [Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso (ICET/UFMT), Cuiaba, MT (Brazil). Inst. de Ciencias Exatas e da Terra. Programa de Pos-Graduacao em Geociencias; Sousa, Maria Zelia Aguiar de, E-mail: [Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso(ICET/UFMT), Cuiaba, MT (Brazil). Inst. de Ciencias Exatas e da Terra. Dept. de Recursos Minerais; Ruiz, Amarildo Salina; Matos, Joao Batista de, E-mail:, E-mail: jmatos@cpd.ufmt.b [Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso (ICET/UFMT), Cuiaba, MT (Brazil). Inst. de Ciencias Exatas e da Terra. Dept. de Geologia Geral


    The Passagem granite includes stocks, plugs and dikes located in the Ricardo Franco hill - Vila Bela da Santissima Trindade region - state of Mato Grosso, central Brazil. The Passagem Granite is included in the Paragua terrane - SW Amazonian Craton. It consists of isotropic monzogranite, sienogranite and more rarely granodiorites with leucocratic dark gray to white color. These rocks range from hypidomorphic inequigranular to xenomorphic texture, fine to medium grained. Biotite is the only primary mafic present as essential phase and characterize an expanded slightly acid sequence formed by a sub-alkaline magmatism of high-potassium calc-alkaline, slightly peraluminous composition from arc magmatic tectonic environment during a post-collisional period. Mechanism of fractional crystallization of plagioclase, biotite, titanite, apatite and zircon associated with simultaneous crustal assimilation are suggested for the evolution of these rocks. The results support the hypothesis of a post-collisional magmatism in the Paragua terrane at 1284 +- 20 Ma corresponding to the crystallization age of the Passagem granite. This paper propose that Passagem Granite represents as an extension in Brazilian terrane of the Pensamiento Granitoid Complex. (author)

  15. O trabalho docente no gênero charge: uma análise pelo modelo do interacionismo sociodiscursivo

    Lília Santos Abreu-Tardelli


    Full Text Available O presente artigo tem por objetivo (i compreender a representação social do professor e seus respectivos reflexos sociais e culturais propagados pela mídia brasileira no cenário político contemporâneo e (ii propor o trabalho com gêneros na perspectiva do interacionismo sociodiscursivo (ISD a partir do seu modelo de análise (Bronckart, 1999; Bronckart e Machado 2004;2009 como instrumento auxiliar no desenvolvimento de consciência crítica nos estudantes. Para tanto, analisamos as marcas linguístico-discursivas na charge eletrônica “A noite não compensa”, de autoria de Maurício Ricardo, a partir do modelo do ISD, complementando-o com a proposta de Ducrot (1987. O estudo levou-nos a tecer considerações a respeito do discurso polifônico característico do gênero charge, permitindo-nos concluir que a construção do chargista reflete o discurso de senso comum na sociedade contemporânea brasileira, que considera o exercício do magistério um trabalho pouco valorizado.

  16. Mercato culturale: El nacimiento de la ornamentación de un Coliseo

    Mauricio Oviedo Salazar


    Full Text Available La República de Costa Rica, al igual que muchas otras naciones latinoamericanas a lo largo del siglo XIX, asumió la ruta para construir un Estado positivo a partir de políticas económicas liberales y un programa cultural basado en modelos europeos. Las negociaciones y contrataciones, principalmente con Europa, efectuadas para la construcción y ornamentación del Teatro Nacional de Costa Rica (1891-1897, fueron sumamente complejas. Ciertamente, el Ministro Plenipotenciario en el Exterior Marqués Manuel María de Peralta y Alfaro desempeñó un rol esencial en este proyecto, no obstante, la red de personas participantes fue más amplia. Respecto del proyecto de ornamentación y decoración de este inmueble, nos preguntamos: ¿Cómo se llevaron a cabo las relaciones entre los mercaderes italianos y el Estado costarricense? Mediante la revisión de fuentes primarias y secundarias, utilizando el método hipotético-deductivo, hemos podido realizar un esbozo de las relaciones comerciales-culturales de cinco comerciantes italianos, a saber, Francesco y Lorenzo Durini, Ruy Cristóforo Molinari, Attilio Lazaro Riatti y Gaetano de Benedictis; con algunos ciudadanos costarricenses que actuaron en calidad de representantes del Estado: Adolfo Erba, el Marqués de Peralta, Ricardo Pacheco Marchena y Juan José Ulloa Giralt.

  17. Eli Hecksher as a Portrait Maker

    Benny Carlson


    Full Text Available Eli Heckscher was not only author of extensive investigations into economic history. He was also skillful in depicting phenomena in small format in encyclopædias, journals and newspapers. This article presents Heckscher as portrait maker of economic scholars. In these portraits—what he emphasized, what he praised, what he criticized—one can discern the stance of the portrait maker himself. Overall, his portraits are permeated by admiration of sharp theoretical analyses and massive economic historical investigations. He admires the founding fathers of political economy, Adam Smith and David Ricardo, stresses continuity in the development of economic thought, praises humble innovators like David Davidson, Knut Wicksell and Alfred Marshall and denounces (what he perceives as pretentious innovators like Gustav Cassel and John Maynard Keynes. He is critical towards economists who attempt to break out of the classical and neoclassical tradition, especially representatives of the German historical school, and what he judges to be a new type of mercantilism, represented by Bertil Ohlin and Keynes. At the same time he appreciates voluminous and solid investigations into economic history, even if performed without theoretical beacons, by scholars like William Cunningham, William Ashley, John Clapham, Marc Bloch, Richard Ehrenberg and Werner Sombart.

  18. Redes intelectuales y recepción en la cultura jurídico penal de Córdoba (1900–1950

    José Daniel Cesano


    Full Text Available El propósito de este artículo es analizar los factores que contribuyeron al abandono de la doctrina científica del positivismo criminológico en el ámbito de la cultura jurídica de Córdoba a partir de 1926. Con ese objeto, y a partir de las categorías de la historia intelectual, se analizará la conformación de una élite intelectual, conformada por juristas europeos (Luis Jiménez de Asúa, Marcello Finzi y Roberto Goldschmidt, y su relación con juristas locales (Enrique Martínez Paz, Sebastián Soler y Ricardo Núñez. A partir de ese contacto, y en el ámbito del Instituto de Derecho Comparado de la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Córdoba, comenzó un proceso de recepción de la dogmática analítica de la teoría del delito que vino a sustituir el modelo epistemológico del positivismo. En este proceso, se analiza, especialmente, la traducción de obras relevantes de la ciencia jurídica alemana y su difusión a través de empresas editoriales locales.

  19. Tangential 2-D Edge Imaging for GPI and Edge/Impurity Modeling

    Maqueda, Ricardo; Levinton, Fred M.


    Nova Photonics, Inc. has a collaborative effort at the National Spherical Torus Experiment (NSTX). This collaboration, based on fast imaging of visible phenomena, has provided key insights on edge turbulence, intermittency, and edge phenomena such as edge localized modes (ELMs) and multi-faceted axisymmetric radiation from the edge (MARFE). Studies have been performed in all these areas. The edge turbulence/intermittency studies make use of the Gas Puff Imaging diagnostic developed by the Principal Investigator (Ricardo Maqueda) together with colleagues from PPPL. This effort is part of the International Tokamak Physics Activity (ITPA) edge, scrape-off layer and divertor group joint activity (DSOL-15: Inter-machine comparison of blob characteristics). The edge turbulence/blob study has been extended from the current location near the midplane of the device to the lower divertor region of NSTX. The goal of this effort was to study turbulence born blobs in the vicinity of the X-point region and their circuit closure on divertor sheaths or high density regions in the divertor. In the area of ELMs and MARFEs we have studied and characterized the mode structure and evolution of the ELM types observed in NSTX, as well as the study of the observed interaction between MARFEs and ELMs. This interaction could have substantial implications for future devices where radiative divertor regions are required to maintain detachment from the divertor plasma facing components.

  20. A prediction study of a spark ignition supercharged hydrogen engine

    Al-Baghdadi, M.A.R.S.; Al-Janabi, H.A.K.S. [University of Babylon (Iraq). Dept. of Mechanical Engineering


    Hydrogen is found to be a suitable alternative fuel for spark ignition engines with certain drawbacks, such as high NO{sub x} emission and small power output. However, supercharging may solve such problems. In this study, the effects of equivalence ratio, compression ratio and inlet pressure on the performance and NO{sub x} emission of a four stroke supercharged hydrogen engine have been analyzed using a specially developed computer program. The results are verified and compared with experimental data obtained from tests on a Ricardo E6/US engine. A chart specifying the safe operation zone of the hydrogen engine has been produced. The safe operation zone means no pre-ignition, acceptable NO{sub x} emission, high engine efficiency and lower specific fuel consumption in comparison with the gasoline engine. The study also shows that supercharging is a more effective method to increase the output of a hydrogen engine rather than increasing the compression ratio of the engine at the knock limited equivalence ratio. (author)

  1. Repairs in 104 Gy/h?



    In 1989 it was found that in each unit of the MAPS Candu nuclear power station in India the centre portion of the heavy water inlet manifold opposite the 300 mm inlet pipe had torn away. Equipment for remote inspection, repair and removal of debris in an area with constricted and difficult access and radiation fields of about 10 4 Gy/h was developed by Ricardo Hitec of the United Kingdom. This consists of a work performing manipulator, TV viewing systems and a posting tube manipulator for insertion of tools and debris containers into the calandria. A variety of special end effector and tools were also developed jointly with AEA Technology. A first repair campaign was carried out on Unit 1 in 1991. Following a detailed TV survey of the damage a reappraisal of the situation was undertaken and a programme of equipment enhancement carried out. In July 1992 a second repair campaign took place on Unit 2. The difficulties encountered and the degree of success achieved are described. Work proceeded at an intensive level for 14 days when the campaign was ended in view of the exhaustion both of personnel and the equipment. Although more work could have been done a major improvement had been achieved. (UK)

  2. Interoceptive sensitivity as a proxy for emotional intensity and its relationship with perseverative cognition

    Lugo RG


    Full Text Available Ricardo G Lugo,1 Kirsi Helkala,2 Benjamin J Knox,2 Øyvind Jøsok,2 Natalie M Lande,1 Stefan Sütterlin3,4 1Department of Psychology, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Elverum, Norway; 2Norwegian Defence Cyber Academy, Lillehammer, Norway; 3Faculty for Health and Welfare Sciences, Østfold University College, Oslo, Norway; 4CHDT Research Group, Oslo University Hospital, Halden, Norway Background: Technical advancement in military cyber defense poses increased cognitive demands on cyber officers. In the cyber domain, the influence of emotion on decision-making is rarely investigated. The purpose of this study was to assess psychophysiological correlation with perseverative cognitions during emotionally intensive/stressful situations in cyber military personnel. In line with parallel research on clinical samples high on perseverative cognition, we expected a decreased interoceptive sensitivity in officers with high levels of perseverative cognition.Method: We investigated this association in a sample of 27 cyber officer cadets.Results: Contrary to our hypothesis, there was no relationship between the factors.Discussion: Cyber officers might display characteristics not otherwise found in general populations. The cyber domain may lead to a selection process that attracts different profiles of cognitive and emotional processing. Keywords: cyber, perseverative cognitions, interoception, decision-making

  3. School Inclusion Strategies: Physical Education and Sport Practices in Projeto Semear at Caic Vale do Sol de Araraquara (SP

    Fábio Tadeu Reina


    Full Text Available This paper examines the potential of Physical Education discipline in the process of school inclusion of students from the lower working classes in a peripherical elementary school EMEF Ricardo C. C. Monteiro, popularly known as CAIC Vale do Sol, because of its location in the section of the city of Araraquara, SP, named as Vale do Sol ( Sun Valley. The data, obtained from interviews with people of the institution, confirmed the importance of the discipline Physical Education and of the Project SEMEAR as strategies for maintaining the continuity of the students' presence at school and the positive consequences of this inclusion. Considering the sociological character of this research, the studies of Pierre Bourdieu and followers offered the categories of sociological analysis which ensured the necessary support to verify the restructuring of the primary habitus of the students acquired in their families in a habitus cultivated in school, to assure the acceptance of symbolic codes imposed by the educational institution and legitimized by society. We can conclude that Physical Education as a compulsory subject in school curriculum plays a key role in this educational institution and especially to those families belonging to this class fraction that consciously or unconsciously ascribe to it (Physical Education the continuity of the school trajectory of their children, making possible a better quality of life.

  4. [Recurrent wheezing: prevalence and associated factors in infants from Buenos Aires City, Argentina].

    Szulman, Gabriela Aída; Freilij, Héctor; Behrends, Ilse; Gentile, Ángela; Mallol, Javier

    The episodes of bronchial obstruction at early age constitute a frequent problem in Pediatrics. The aim of this study was to evaluate the prevalence of recurrent wheezing in infants in Buenos Aires City, as well as to identify any associated factors. Cross-sectional study performed from 2011 to 2012 in the Children Hospital Ricardo Gutiérrez, Buenos Aires City, as part of the International Study of Wheezing in Infants. A validated questionnaire was applied to parents of infants aged between 12 and 15 months. The prevalence of wheezing, mostly the recurrent episodes (three or more), and their probable associated factors were evaluated. Data were statistically analyzed with χ 2 , Fisher's test, binary and logistics multiple regression analysis. The significance level was 0.05. Over 1063 infants, 58.9% (confidence interval (CI) 95% 55.9-61.9) presented at least one episode of wheezing and 26.3% (CI95% 23.8-29.9) three or more episodes (recurrent wheezing). Risk factors associated to wheezing were male gender (p=0.001), six or more episodes of cold during the first year of life (p Infantil de México Federico Gómez. Publicado por Masson Doyma México S.A. All rights reserved.

  5. El plano Bogotá Futuro. Primer intento de modernización urbana

    José Miguel Alba Castro


    Full Text Available El crecimiento acelerado de Bogotá a comienzos del siglo XX llevo a Ricardo Olano, promotor del plano Medellín Futuro, a proponer a la Sociedad de Embellecimiento de Bogotá, en 1917, el plano Bogotá Futuro. El plano Bogotá Futuro (1923-1925 consigno los ideales de modernización urbanística del city planning, tras su discusión en los congresos de Mejoras Nacionales, las direcciones de obras públicas del departamento y del municipio y las sociedades de embellecimiento y de ingenieros. El plano, apoyado parcialmente en la modernización de la administración municipal (1915-1924 y considerado un plano de ensanche, contiene propuestas de intervenciones para sus calles centrales, reinterpretadas por Karl Brunner en sus proyectos de 1934 y 1935. Aunque efectivamente se modernizaron las instituciones de la ciudad, no se logró constituir un proyecto de sociedad moderna. Así, al tener influencias, francesas, anglosajonas y españolas, el plano propuso una ciudad bella, monumental y compacta, mientras que se caracterizó a Bogotá como una ciudad de parcelas y barracas.

  6. False sense of safety by daily QTc interval monitoring during methadone IVPCA titration in a patient with chronic pain

    Miranda-Grajales H


    Full Text Available Hector Miranda-Grajales, Joy Hao, Ricardo A CrucianiDepartment of Pain Medicine and Palliative Care, Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, NY, USAAbstract: It has been proposed that some deaths attributed to methadone are related to prolongation of the QTc interval; however, there are no clear recommendations on electrocardiogram (ECG monitoring in patients undergoing intravenous methadone infusion. This is a report on a patient receiving methadone intravenous patient-controlled analgesia titration for the treatment of chronic pain. Initially, her daily ECGs showed QTc intervals within normal limits; however, she experienced a rapid increase in QTc interval from 317 ms to 784 ms within a 24-hour period after methadone had been discontinued for excessive sedation. QTc interval greater than 500 ms is considered to be high risk for the fatal arrhythmia Torsades de Pointes. Daily ECGs did not detect a gradual increase in the QTc interval that would have alerted the medical staff of the need to decrease or stop the methadone before reaching a prolonged QTc interval associated with cardiotoxicity. In selected cases where aggressive methadone titration is required, more intensive monitoring, such as telemetry or ECG determinations every 12 hours, might help detect changes in QTc interval duration that might otherwise be missed by daily ECG determinations.Keywords: methadone, QTc prolongation, opioids, opioid side effects, IVPCA methadone

  7. NOx emission control in SI engine by adding argon inert gas to intake mixture

    Moneib, Hany A.; Abdelaal, Mohsen; Selim, Mohamed Y.E.; Abdallah, Osama A.


    The Argon inert gas is used to dilute the intake air of a spark ignition engine to decrease nitrogen oxides and improve the performance of the engine. A research engine Ricardo E6 with variable compression was used in the present work. A special test rig has been designed and built to admit the gas to the intake air of the engine for up to 15% of the intake air. The system could admit the inert gas, oxygen and nitrogen gases at preset amounts. The variables studied included the engine speed, Argon to inlet air ratio, and air to fuel ratio. The results presented here included the combustion pressure, temperature, burned mass fraction, heat release rate, brake power, thermal efficiency, volumetric efficiency, exhaust temperature, brake specific fuel consumption and emissions of CO, CO 2 , NO and O 2 . It was found that the addition of Argon gas to the intake air of the gasoline engine causes the nitrogen oxide to reduce effectively and also it caused the brake power and thermal efficiency of the engine to increase. Mathematical program has been used to obtain the mixture properties and the heat release when the Argon gas is used.

  8. CERN innovators tackle humanitarian needs

    Katarina Anthony


    At last year's THE Port hackathon, the Better Body Bags team emerged with a new approach to body-bag technology that catered to the needs of humanitarian organisations. What started as a weekend hack has developed into a full-scale R& D project, as the team joins forces with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to put their body bags into production.   Ricardo Páramo Peláez, the team's product designer, presented the first prototype at THE Port Hackathon 2014. The "body" is his fellow team mate, João Cordovil Bárcia. A typical body bag is essentially a long plastic bag with handles: it breaks, leaks, smells and isn't cheap. “Little thought had gone into using new technology to improve the bags,” says Tim Head, an LHCb physicist who is leading the Better Body Bags team. “Simple improvements can keep bodies in better condition, thus improving the identification ...

  9. House of Cards: dna Shakesperiano na trilogia e nas séries

    Brunilda T. Reichmann


    Full Text Available Este artigo faz uma leitura de produções literárias e televisivas contemporâneas, da trilogia política House of Cards, To Play the King e The Final Cut, do escritor inglês Michael Dobbs; da série da BBC: The House of Cards Trilogy, adaptação desses romances; bem como da maxissérie da Netflix, House of Cards, baseada nas anteriores. Detém-se em alguns elementos literários dessas produções e os relaciona com peças do dramaturgo inglês William Shakespeare, mais especificamente, a Macbeth, a Otelo, o Mouro de Veneza e a Ricardo III. Tentamos demonstrar como romancistas, roteiristas e diretores de séries celebram a inigualável arte de Shakespeare ao retrabalhar temas, atualizar contextos e reconstruir traços de personalidade de seus personagens inesquecíveis. Em suma, este texto visa resgatar algumas características genéticas das peças de Shakespeare presentes na produção artística/midiática contemporânea.


    Sergio Miguel Vélez Zambrano


    Full Text Available La investigación tuvo como propósito identificar y describir especies de Meliola (Meliolales/Ascomycetes/Ascomycota asociadas a plantas silvestres del Cerrado brasileño. Se analizaron muestras colectadas en la hacienda Pelicano del Parque Estatal Serra Ricardo Franco, situado en Vila Bela da Santíssima Trindade en la frontera con Bolivia, y también en Barra do Garças, ambos sitios localizados en el Estado de Mato Grosso. A partir de la visualización de estructuras vegetativas y reproductivas de los hongos fueron montadas láminas de vidrio que contenían lactoglicerol y que fueron selladas con esmalte, para su posterior observación a través de microscopio estereoscópico y microscopio de luz. Se identificaron un total de 5 especies de Meliola, siendo estas M. alibertiae en Alibertia edulis, M. desmodii–laxiflori y M. stizolobii var. eriosematis en Desmodium spp., M. kernii en Casearia sp. Meliola voacangae en Aspidosperma nobile. Cada especie fue identificada basándose en la planta hospedera, morfología del ascoma, forma y dimensión de las ascosporas, ramificación de las hifas, distribución de los apresorios e hifopodios espermáticos en las hifas.

  11. Cylinder pressure sensing and model-based control in engine management systems

    Truscott, A.; Noble, A.; Akoachere, A.; Beaumont, A. [Ricardo Consulting Engineers Ltd., Bridge Works (United Kingdom); Mueller, R.; Hart, M. [FT2/EA, HPC T721, DaimlerChrysler AG, Stuttgart (Germany); Kroetz, G. [FT2/M, DaimlerChrysler AG, Muenchen (Germany); Cavalloni, C.; Gnielka, M. [Kistler Instrumente AG, Winterthur (Switzerland)


    Global demands on fuel economy and lower emissions from automotive vehicles have had a large impact on the development of engine management systems (EMS) in recent years. However, despite the advances in system hardware, the software programmed into these systems has yet to utilise the full potential of modern control methodologies. Model based control and diagnostics is the next step forward in the development of EMS software with the potential of providing improvements in cost, efficiency, emissions and comfort. However, the full utilisation of such techniques requires very close monitoring of engine conditions. This is made possible with the advent of new inexpensive sensor technology that can withstand the harsh environment of the combustion chamber. To exploit the above advances, the AENEAS collaborative project is being carried out by Ricardo, DaimlerChrysler and Kistler, with financial support from the European Commission and Swiss government, and has the objective of realising the benefits of cylinder pressure based engine management system (CPEMS) technology. This paper describes the application of CPEMS technology to a spark ignition (SI) engine. It describes how the combination of model based algorithms, incorporating physical principles, and cylinder pressure sensing can provide an effective means of engine control and diagnostics. (orig.)

  12. Combustion pressure-based engine management system

    Mueller, R.; Hart, M. [DaimlerChrysler, Stuttart (Germany); Truscott, A.; Noble, A. [Ricardo, Shoreham-by-Sea (United Kingdom); Kroetz, G.; Richter, C. [DaimlerChrysler, Munchen (Germany); Cavalloni, C. [Kistler Instruments AG, Winterthur (Switzerland)


    In order to fulfill future emissions and OBD regulations, whilst meeting increasing demands for driveability and refinement, new technologies for SI engines have to be found in terms of sensors and algorithms for engine control units. One promising way, explored in the AENEAS collaborative project between DaimlerChrysler, Kistler, Ricardo and the European Commission, is to optimize the behavior of the system by using in-cylinder measurements and analysing them with modern control algorithms. In this paper a new engine management system based on combustion pressure sensing is presented. The pressure sensor is designed to give a reliable and accurate signal of the full pressure trace during a working cycle. With the application of new technologies low cost manufacturing appears to be achievable, so that an application in mass production can be considered. Furthermore, model-based algorithms were developed to allow optimal control of the engine based on the in-cylinder measurements. The algorithms incorporate physical principles to improve efficiency, emissions and to reduce the parameterisation effort. In the paper, applications of the combustion pressure signal for air mass estimation, knock detection, ignition control cam phase detection and diagnosis are discussed. (author)

  13. A cylinder pressure based engine management system

    Truscott, A.; Noble, A. [Ricardo Consulting Engineers Ltd. (United Kingdom); Mueller, R.; Hart, M.; Kroetz, G.; Eickhoff, M. [DaimlerChrysler AG (Germany); Cavalloni, C.; Gnielka, M. [Kistler Instrumente AG (Switzerland)


    Worldwide demands on fuel economy and lower emissions from automotive vehicles have led to stringent requirements in the development of Engine Management Systems (EMS). Cylinder Pressure based Engine Management Systems (CPEMS) provide a way forward in EMS technology by combining intelligent control algorithms with innovative sensing techniques. The full utilisation of model-based control and diagnostics to provide improvements in cost, efficiency, emissions and comfort requires the close monitoring of engine conditions. This is made possible with the advent of new inexpensive sensor materials that can withstand the harsh environment of the combustion chamber. AENEAS is a collaborative project undertaken by Ricardo, DaimlerChrysler and Kistler, with financial support from the European Commission and the Swiss Government, aimed at demonstrating the major benefits of CPEMS technology. This paper describes the application of CPEMS technology to a spark ignition (SI) engine. It describes how the combination of model based algorithms, incorporating physical principles, and cylinder pressure sensing can provide an effective means of engine control and diagnostics. Results are presented to demonstrate the benefits of this new technology. (author)

  14. Effect of exhaust gas recirculation on some combustion characteristics of dual fuel engine

    Selim, Mohamed Y.E. [United Arab Emirates Univ., Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Al-Ain (United Arab Emirates)


    Combustion pressure rise rate and thermal efficiency data are measured and presented for a dual fuel engine running on a dual fuel of Diesel and compressed natural gas and utilizing exhaust gas recirculation (EGR). The maximum pressure rise rate during combustion is presented as a measure of combustion noise. The experimental investigation on the dual fuel engine revealed the noise generated from combustion and the thermal efficiency at different EGR ratios. A Ricardo E6 Diesel version engine is converted to run on a dual fuel of Diesel and compressed natural gas and having an exhaust gas recycling system is used throughout the work. The engine is fully computerized, and the cylinder pressure data and crank angle data are stored in a PC for offline analysis. The effects of EGR ratio, engine speeds, loads, temperature of recycled exhaust gases, intake charge pressure and engine compression ratio on combustion noise and thermal efficiency are examined for the dual fuel engine. The combustion noise and thermal efficiency of the dual fuel engine are found to be affected when EGR is used in the dual fuel engine. (Author)

  15. Exhaust emissions from an indirect injection dual-fuel engine

    Abd Alla, G.H.; Badr, O.A.; Soliman, H.A.; Abd Rabbo, M.F.


    Diesel engines operating on gaseous fuels are commonly known as dual-fuel engines. In the present work, a single-cylinder, compression ignition, indirect injection research (Ricardo E6) engine has been installed at United Arab Emirates University for investigation of the exhaust emissions when the engine is operating as a dual-fuel engine. The influence of changes in major operating and design parameters, such as the concentration of gaseous fuel in the cylinder charge, pilot fuel quantity, injection timing and intake temperature, on the production of exhaust emissions was investigated. Diesel fuel was used as the pilot fuel, while methane or propane was used as the main fuel which was inducted in the intake manifold and mixed with the intake air. The experimental investigations showed that the poor emissions at light loads can be improved significantly by increasing the concentration of gaseous fuel (total equivalence ratio), employing a large pilot fuel quantity, advancing the injection timing of the pilot fuel and increasing the intake temperature. It is demonstrated that, in general, any measure that tends to increase the size of the combustion regions within the overly lean cylinder charge will reduce markedly the concentrations of unburned hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide in the exhaust gases. (Author)

  16. Exhaust emissions from an indirect injection dual-fuel engine

    Abd Alla, G.H.; Badr, O.A.; Soliman, H.A.; Abd Rabbo, M.F. [Zagazig Univ., Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Cairo (Egypt)


    Diesel engines operating on gaseous fuels are commonly known as dual-fuel engines. In the present work, a single-cylinder, compression ignition, indirect injection research (Ricardo E6) engine has been installed at United Arab Emirates University for investigation of the exhaust emissions when the engine is operating as a dual-fuel engine. The influence of changes in major operating and design parameters, such as the concentration of gaseous fuel in the cylinder charge, pilot fuel quantity, injection timing and intake temperature, on the production of exhaust emissions was investigated. Diesel fuel was used as the pilot fuel, while methane or propane was used as the main fuel which was inducted in the intake manifold and mixed with the intake air. The experimental investigations showed that the poor emissions at light loads can be improved significantly by increasing the concentration of gaseous fuel (total equivalence ratio), employing a large pilot fuel quantity, advancing the injection timing of the pilot fuel and increasing the intake temperature. It is demonstrated that, in general, any measure that tends to increase the size of the combustion regions within the overly lean cylinder charge will reduce markedly the concentrations of unburned hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide in the exhaust gases. (Author)

  17. Sensitivity of dual fuel engine combustion and knocking limits to gaseous fuel composition

    Selim, M.Y.E. [United Arab Emirates University, Al-Ain (United Arab Emirates). Dept. of Mechanical Engineering


    Combustion noise, knock and ignition limits data are measured and presented for a dual fuel engine running on dual fuels of Diesel and three gaseous fuels separately. The gaseous fuels used are liquefied petroleum gas, pure methane and compressed natural gas mixture. The maximum pressure rise rate during combustion is presented as a measure of combustion noise, and the knocking and ignition limits are presented as torque output at the onset of knocking and ignition failure. Experimental investigation on the dual fuel engine revealed the noise generated from combustion, knocking and ignition limits for all gases at different design and operating conditions. A Ricardo E6 Diesel version engine is converted to run on dual fuel of Diesel and the tested gaseous fuel and is used throughout the work. The engine is fully computerized, and the cylinder pressure data, crank angle data and engine operating variables are stored in a PC for off line analysis. The effects of engine speeds, loads, pilot injection angle, pilot fuel quantity and compression ratio on combustion noise, knocking torque, thermal efficiency and maximum pressure are examined for the dual engine running on the three gaseous fuels separately. The combustion noise, knocking and ignition limits are found to relate to the type of gaseous fuels and to the engine design and operating parameters. (author)

  18. Effect of engine parameters and gaseous fuel type on the cyclic variability of dual fuel engines

    Mohamed Y.E. Selim [United Arab Emirates University, Al-Ain (United Arab Emirates). Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering


    This paper presents an analysis of the cycle-to-cycle combustion variation as reflected in the combustion pressure data of a single cylinder, naturally aspirated, four stroke, Ricardo E6 engine converted to run as dual fuel engine on diesel and gaseous fuel of LPG or methane. A measuring set-up consisting of a piezo-electric pressure transducer with charge amplifier and fast data acquisition card installed on an IBM microcomputer was used to gather the data of up to 1200 consecutive combustion cycles of the cylinder under various combination of engine operating and design parameters. These parameters included type of gaseous fuel, engine load, compression ratio, pilot fuel injection timing, pilot fuel mass, and engine speed. The data for each operating conditions were analyzed for the maximum pressure, the maximum rate of pressure rise representing the combustion noise, and indicated mean effective pressure. The cycle-to-cycle variation is expressed as the mean value, standard deviation, and coefficient of variation of these three parameters. It was found that the type of gaseous fuel and engine operating and design parameters affected the combustion noise and its cyclic variation and these effects have been presented. 21 refs., 6 figs., 1 tab.

  19. Pressure-time characteristics in diesel engine fueled with natural gas

    Selim, Mohamed Y.E. [Helwan Univ., Mechanical Power Engineering Dept., Cairo (Egypt)


    Combustion pressure data are measured and presented for a dual fuel engine running on dual fuel of diesel and compressed natural gas, and compared to the diesel engine case. The maximum pressure rise rate during combustion is presented as a measure of combustion noise. Experimental investigation on diesel and dual fuel engines revealed the noise generated from combustion in both cases. A Ricardo E6 diesel version engine is converted to run on dual fuel of diesel and compressed natural gas and is used throughout the work. The engine is fully computerized and the cylinder pressure data, crank angle data are stored in a PC for off-line analysis. The effect of engine speeds, loads, pilot injection angle, and pilot fuel quantity on combustion noise is examined for both diesel and dual engine. Maximum pressure rise rate and some samples of ensemble averaged pressure-crank angle data are presented in the present work. The combustion noise, generally, is found to increase for the dual fuel engine case as compared to the diesel engine case. (Author)

  20. Analysis of the Scavenging Process of a Two-Stroke Free-Piston Engine Based on the Selection of Scavenging Ports or Valves

    Boru Jia


    Full Text Available The free-piston engine generator (FPEG is a linear energy conversion device with the objective of utilisation within a hybrid-electric automotive vehicle power system. In this research, the piston dynamic characteristics of an FPEG is compared with that of a conventional engine (CE of the same size, and the difference in the valve timing is compared for both port scavenging type and valve scavenging type, with the exhaust valve closing timing is selected as the parameter. A zero-dimensional simulation model is developed in Ricardo WAVE software (2016.1, with the piston dynamics obtained from the simulation model in Matlab/SIMULINK (R2017a. For the CE and FEPG using scavenging ports, in order to improve its power output to the same level as that of a CE, the inlet gas pressure is suggested to be improved to above 1.2 bar, approximately 0.2 bar higher than that used for a CE. If a CE cylinder with exhaust valves is adopted or referred to during the development of an FPEG prototype, the exhaust valve is suggested to be closed earlier to improve its power output, and a higher intake pressure is also suggested if its output power is expected to be the same or higher than that of a CE.

  1. El objeto a en los sueños de fin de análisis

    Celeste Labaronnie

    Full Text Available Resumen Este artículo se ubica en el marco del psicoanálisis lacaniano y su objetivo es la discusión de aportes teóricos sobre la plasmación del objeto a en los sueños de fin de análisis y su relación con el despertar. Se utilizan herramientas conceptuales de la disciplina para analizar cuatro contribuciones teóricas: la propuesta de Colette Soler de considerar la aparición del objeto a en algunos sueños como el punto de inserción de la pulsión, que conduce al despertar; los desarrollos de Ricardo Nepomiachi acerca de la plasmación onírica del vaciamiento del objeto a; la relación entre el objeto y el despertar sin angustia destacado por Frida Nemirovsky y Fabián Naparstek; y la noción de sueños-índice, postulada por Marcelo Mazzuca, en los cuales el objeto se inserta en una trama onírica, según una relación establecida entre deseo y satisfacción en determinado momento del análisis.

  2. Improving the performance of dual fuel engines running on natural gas/LPG by using pilot fuel derived from jojoba seeds

    Selim, Mohamed Y.E. [Mechanical Engineering Department, College of Engineering, UAE University, Jimmi, Al-Ain, P.O. Box 17555, Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates); Radwan, M.S.; Saleh, H.E. [Mechanical Power Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering at Mattaria, Helwan University, Cairo (Egypt)


    The use of jojoba methyl ester as a pilot fuel was investigated for almost the first time as a way to improve the performance of dual fuel engine running on natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) at part load. The dual fuel engine used was Ricardo E6 variable compression diesel engine and it used either compressed natural gas (CNG) or LPG as the main fuel and jojoba methyl ester as a pilot fuel. Diesel fuel was used as a reference fuel for the dual fuel engine results. During the experimental tests, the following have been measured: engine efficiency in terms of specific fuel consumption, brake power output, combustion noise in terms of maximum pressure rise rate and maximum pressure, exhaust emissions in terms of carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons, knocking limits in terms of maximum torque at onset of knocking, and cyclic variability data of 100 engine cycles in terms of maximum pressure and its pressure rise rate average and standard deviation. The tests examined the following engine parameters: gaseous fuel type, engine speed and load, pilot fuel injection timing, pilot fuel mass and compression ratio. Results showed that using the jojoba fuel with its improved properties has improved the dual fuel engine performance, reduced the combustion noise, extended knocking limits and reduced the cyclic variability of the combustion. (author)

  3. Comparative performance and emissions study of a direct injection Diesel engine using blends of Diesel fuel with vegetable oils or bio-diesels of various origins

    Rakopoulos, C.D.; Antonopoulos, K.A.; Rakopoulos, D.C.; Hountalas, D.T.; Giakoumis, E.G.


    An extended experimental study is conducted to evaluate and compare the use of various Diesel fuel supplements at blend ratios of 10/90 and 20/80, in a standard, fully instrumented, four stroke, direct injection (DI), Ricardo/Cussons 'Hydra' Diesel engine located at the authors' laboratory. More specifically, a high variety of vegetable oils or bio-diesels of various origins are tested as supplements, i.e. cottonseed oil, soybean oil, sunflower oil and their corresponding methyl esters, as well as rapeseed oil methyl ester, palm oil methyl ester, corn oil and olive kernel oil. The series of tests are conducted using each of the above fuel blends, with the engine working at a speed of 2000 rpm and at a medium and high load. In each test, volumetric fuel consumption, exhaust smokiness and exhaust regulated gas emissions such as nitrogen oxides (NO x ), carbon monoxide (CO) and total unburned hydrocarbons (HC) are measured. From the first measurement, specific fuel consumption and brake thermal efficiency are computed. The differences in the measured performance and exhaust emission parameters from the baseline operation of the engine, i.e. when working with neat Diesel fuel, are determined and compared. This comparison is extended between the use of the vegetable oil blends and the bio-diesel blends. Theoretical aspects of Diesel engine combustion, combined with the widely differing physical and chemical properties of these Diesel fuel supplements against the normal Diesel fuel, are used to aid the correct interpretation of the observed engine behavior

  4. A campanha #foraricardoteixeira no Twitter: interações sociais e debate público a respeito do esporte

    Diego de Sousa Mendes


    Full Text Available Em 2011 ganhou espaço na mídia um movimento que se iniciou no Twitter e que reivindicava a saída do então presidente da Confederação Brasileira de Futebol (CBF. O episódio demonstrava o poder que a mobilização popular assumia nas Redes Sociais. A partir dessa temática, realizamos uma pesquisa com o objetivo de investigar como são os debates públicos sobre fatos esportivos na Rede Social Twitter, a partir de um estudo de caso da campanha "Fora Ricardo Teixeira". Para tal, analisamos 725 postagens textuais do Twitter e acompanhamos a campanha por seis meses. Constatamos que, para protestar, os participantes debatem entre si, divulgam opiniões pessoais e informações da mídia que não são presentes nos meios televisivos, além de abordarem a temática esportiva de modo amplo e crítico.

  5. Organic Rankine cycle - review and research directions in engine applications

    Panesar, Angad


    Waste heat to power conversion using Organic Rankine Cycles (ORC) is expected to play an important role in CO2 reductions from diesel engines. Firstly, a review of automotive ORCs is presented focusing on the pure working fluids, thermal architectures and expanders. The discussion includes, but is not limited to: R245fa, ethanol and water as fluids; series, parallel and cascade as architectures; dry saturated, superheated and supercritical as expansion conditions; and scroll, radial turbine and piston as expansion machines. Secondly, research direction in versatile expander and holistic architecture (NOx + CO2) are proposed. Benefits of using the proposed unconventional approaches are quantified using Ricardo Wave and Aspen HYSYS for diesel engine and ORC modelling. Results indicate that, the implementation of versatile piston expander tolerant to two-phase and using cyclopentane can potentially increase the highway drive cycle power by 8%. Furthermore, holistic architecture offering complete utilisation of charge air and exhaust recirculation heat increased the performance noticeably to 5% of engine power at the design point condition.

  6. Organic Rankine cycle – review and research directions in engine applications

    Panesar Angad


    Full Text Available Waste heat to power conversion using Organic Rankine Cycles (ORC is expected to play an important role in CO2 reductions from diesel engines. Firstly, a review of automotive ORCs is presented focusing on the pure working fluids, thermal architectures and expanders. The discussion includes, but is not limited to: R245fa, ethanol and water as fluids; series, parallel and cascade as architectures; dry saturated, superheated and supercritical as expansion conditions; and scroll, radial turbine and piston as expansion machines. Secondly, research direction in versatile expander and holistic architecture (NOx + CO2 are proposed. Benefits of using the proposed unconventional approaches are quantified using Ricardo Wave and Aspen HYSYS for diesel engine and ORC modelling. Results indicate that, the implementation of versatile piston expander tolerant to two-phase and using cyclopentane can potentially increase the highway drive cycle power by 8%. Furthermore, holistic architecture offering complete utilisation of charge air and exhaust recirculation heat increased the performance noticeably to 5% of engine power at the design point condition.

  7. Encarnaciones poéticas. Cuerpo, arte y necropolítica

    Ileana Dieguez Caballero


    Full Text Available En este trabajo discuto la emergencia de la sangre como mimesis de la pérdida de cuerpos y vidas en un contexto de necropolítica, pero también como impregnación espectral de la ausencia a través de acciones artísticas. La presencia de la sangre ha comprometido estrategias metafóricas, como figuras de semejanza con las escenas de la violencia. Y también ha comprometido a la sangre misma como flujo abyecto, implicando estrategias metonímicas que generan poéticas secrecionales. A partir de las elaboraciones teóricas de Georges Didi-Huberman, me interesa abordar el imaginativo vínculo entre encarnar y sangrar a través del efecto del rojo cinabrio. Este texto aborda acciones de tres artistas. Ricardo Wiesse, Rosa María Robles y Teresa Margoles. Pero más allá de los escenarios del arte, busco pensar lo que se pinta, lo que se trastorna, en los escenarios abyectos, teñidos por la catástrofe de los cuerpos desencarnados.

  8. ¿Sobrevivira taylor en el tercer milenio?

    Bernardo Parra R.


    Full Text Available Los anteriores artículos recogen las exposiciones del debate sobre la vigencia del taylorismo, realizado en el primer semestre de 1997 en mesa redonda convocada por el Departamento de Gestión empresarial, el Programa Maestría en Administración y la revista innovar. Se conto con la participación de la profesora Anita Waiss del departamento de sociología de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, los profesores Carlos Martínez, Ricardo Romero y Bernardo Parra, del departamento de Gestión Empresarial de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia. El debate también conto con la presencia del profesor Guillermo Camacho Caro, consultor y conferencista de las diferentes universidades del país, quien hizo una excelente comparecencia del taylorismo, la profesora Lilian M. Gilbreth quien se concentro en las formas de promover el bienestar del trabajador. Por ese entonces ella trabajaba en un proyecto de diseñar cocinas integrales.

  9. ¿Vigencia del taylorismo? De los enunciados a la realidad

    Anita Weiss de Belalcázar


    Full Text Available Los anteriores artículos recogen las exposiciones del debate sobre la vigencia del taylorismo, realizado en el primer semestre de 1997 en mesa redonda convocada por el Departamento de Gestión empresarial, el Programa Maestría en Administración y la revista innovar. Se conto con la participación de la profesora Anita Waiss del departamento de sociología de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, los profesores Carlos Martínez, Ricardo Romero y Bernardo Parra, del departamento de Gestión Empresarial de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia. El debate también conto con la presencia del profesor Guillermo Camacho Caro, consultor y conferencista de las diferentes universidades del país, quien hizo una excelente comparecencia del taylorismo, la profesora Lilian M. Gilbreth quien se concentro en las formas de promover el bienestar del trabajador. Por ese entonces ella trabajaba en un proyecto de diseñar cocinas integrales.

  10. El desarrollo del conocimiento y el manejo de las organizaciones: a propósito de la discusión sobre el taylorismo

    Ricardo Romero Urrego


    Full Text Available Los anteriores artículos recogen las exposiciones del debate sobre la vigencia del taylorismo, realizado en el primer semestre de 1997 en mesa redonda convocada por el Departamento de Gestión empresarial, el Programa Maestría en Administración y la revista innovar. Se conto con la participación de la profesora Anita Waiss del departamento de sociología de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, los profesores Carlos Martínez, Ricardo Romero y Bernardo Parra, del departamento de Gestión Empresarial de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia. El debate también conto con la presencia del profesor Guillermo Camacho Caro, consultor y conferencista de las diferentes universidades del país, quien hizo una excelente comparecencia del taylorismo, la profesora Lilian M. Gilbreth quien se concentro en las formas de promover el bienestar del trabajador. Por ese entonces ella trabajaba en un proyecto de diseñar cocinas integrales.

  11. Comparison of Engine Simulation Software for Development of Control System

    KinYip Chan


    Full Text Available Most commonly used commercial engine simulation packages generate detailed estimation of the combustion and gas flow parameters. These parameters are required for advanced research on fluid flow and heat transfer and development of geometries of engine components. However, engine control involves different operating parameters. Various sensors are installed into the engine, the combustion performance is recorded, and data is sent to engine control unit (ECU. ECU computes the new set of parameters to make fine adjustments to actuators providing better engine performance. Such techniques include variable valve timing, variable ignition timing, variable air to fuel ratio, and variable compression ratio. In the present study, two of the commercial packages, Ricardo Wave and Lotus Engine Simulation, have been tested on the capabilities for engine control purposes. These packages are compared with an in-house developed package and with reference results available from the literature. Different numerical experiments have been carried out from which it can be concluded that all packages predict similar profiles of pressure and temperature in the engine cylinder. Moreover, those are in reasonable agreement with the reference results while in-house developed package is possible to run simulations with changing speed for engine control purpose.

  12. Allelism of Genes in the Ml-a locus

    Giese, Nanna Henriette; Jensen, Hans Peter; Jørgensen, Jørgen Helms


    Seven barley lines or varieties, each with a different gene at the Ml-a locus for resistance to Erysiphe graminis were intercrossed. Progeny testing of the F2s using two different fungal isolates per cross provided evidence that there are two or more loci in the Ml-a region. Apparent recombinants...... were also screened for recombination between the Hor1 and Hor2 loci which are situated either side of the Ml-a locus. The cross between Ricardo and Iso42R (Rupee) yielded one possible recombinant, with Ml-a3 and Ml-a(Rul) in the coupling phase; other recombinants had wild-type genes in the coupling...... phase. Iso20R, derived from Hordeum spontaneum 'H204', carrying Ml-a6, had an additional gene, in close coupling with Ml-a6, tentatively named Ml-aSp2 or Reglv, causing an intermediate infection type with isolate EmA30. It is suggested that Ml-a(Ar) in Emir and Ml-a(Rul), shown to differ from other Ml...

  13. Bibliografía

    Rosa María Montero Tejada


    Full Text Available RESEÑA 1 de : Beceiro Pita, Isabel; Córdoba de la Llave, Ricardo. Parentesco, poder y mentalidad. La nobleza castellana (siglos XII-XV. Madrid : CSIC, 1990. RESEÑA 2 de : Coll-Vinet, Roberto; Bernal Cruz, Francisco J. Curso de documentación. Madrid : Edit. Dossat, 1990. RESEÑA 3 de : Corral García, Esteban. Ordenanzas de los concejos castellanos : formación, contenidos y manifestaciones: siglos XIII-XVIII. Burgos : S.E., 1988. RESEÑA 4 de : García Oliva, María Dolores. Organización económica y social del concejo de Cáceres en la baja Edad Media. Cáceres : Institución Cultural el Brócense, 1990. RESEÑA 5 de : Magdalena Nom de Deu, JOsé Ramón. Libro de viajes de Benjamín de Tudela. Barcelona : Biblioteca Nueva Sefarad, Ríopiedras Ediciones, 1989. RESEÑA 6 de : TOrres Fontes, Juan. Repartimiento de Orihuela. Murcia : Ed. Academia Alfonso X el Sabio / Patronato Ángel García Rogel, 1988.

  14. Enhanced photodynamic leishmanicidal activity of hydrophobic zinc phthalocyanine within archaeolipids containing liposomes [Corrigendum

    Perez AP


    Full Text Available Perez AP, Casasco A, Schilrreff P, et al. Int J Nanomedicine. 2014;9:3335–3345.The author list on page 3335 was incorrect, it should have been: Ana Paula Perez,1 Agustina Casasco,2 Priscila Schilrreff,1 Maria Victoria Defain Tesoriero,1,3 Luc Duempelmann,1 Juan Sebastián Pappalardo,4 Maria Julia Altube,1 Leticia Higa,1 Maria Jose Morilla,1 Patricia Petray,2 Eder L Romero11Programa de Nanomedicinas, Departamento de Ciencia y Tecnología, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, 2Servicio de Parasitología y Enfermedad de Chagas, Hospital de Niños Ricardo Gutiérrez, 3Unidad Operativa Sistemas de Liberación Controlada, Centro de Investigación y Desarrollo en Química, Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Industrial (INTI, Buenos Aires,4Virology Institute, Center for Research in Veterinary and Agronomic Sciences, National Institute for Agricultural Technology (INTA, Hurlingham, BA, ArgentinaRead the original article

  15. Reseñas/Book Reviews

    Book Review Editor, Barbara Hogenboom


    Full Text Available The Triumph of Politics: The Return of the Left in Venezuela, Bolivia and Ecuador, by George Philip and Francisco Panizza; reviewed by Peadar Kirby, p. 99The Struggle for Maize: Campesinos, Workers, and Transgenic Corn in the Mexican Countryside, by Elizabeth Fitting; reviewed by Gerard Verschoor, p. 100The Allure of Labor. Workers, Race and the Making of the Peruvian State, por Paulo Drinot; reviewed by Miguel F. Canessa Montejo, p. 102Workshop of Revolution. Plebeian Buenos Aires and the Atlantic World, 1776-1810, by Lyman Johnson; reviewed by Ricardo Cicerchia, p. 104Elegía Criolla. Una reinterpretación de las guerras de independencia hispanoamericanas, por Tomás Pérez Vejo ; reviewed by Raymond Buve, p. 105Forty Miles from the Sea. Xalapa, the Public Sphere and the Atlantic World in Nineteenth-Century Mexico, by Rachel A. Moore; reviewed by Raymond Buve, p. 107Creating Good Neighbors? Die Kultur- und Wirtschaftspolitik der USA in Lateinamerika, 1940-1946, by Ursula Prutsch; reviewed by Gisela Cramer, p. 109Between Horse & Buggy and Four-wheel Drive – Change and Diversity among Mennonite Settlements in Belize, Central America, by Carel Roessingh and Tanja Plasil; reviewed by Anna Sofia Hedberg, p. 111

  16. Experimental study on an IC engine in-cylinder flow using different steady-state flow benches

    M. El-Adawy


    Full Text Available In-cylinder air flow structures are known to strongly impact on the performance and combustion of internal combustion engines (ICE. Therefore the aim of this paper is to experimentally study an IC engine in-cylinder flow under steady-state conditions. Different methods can be used to characterize the in-cylinder flow which are optical engines and laser diagnostics, computational fluid dynamic and steady-state flow bench. Here we are concentrating on two different types of flow benches. The first (Ricardo uses the impulse torque meter method while the other (FEV uses the paddle wheel technique. The experiments were carried out on the same cylinder head and the same pressure difference across the inlet valves of 600 mmH2O in order to compare the results. The experimental results are presented in terms of the measured air flow rate, flow coefficient, discharge coefficient and non-dimensional rig tumble. Moreover, number of modifications were conducted on the FEV flow bench in order to apply particle image velocimetry measurements on the vertical tumble plane, which passing through the middle of the cylinder at different valve lifts. The results show that a reasonably good level of agreement can be achieved between both methods, providing the methods of calculations of the various parameters are consistent. Keywords: In-cylinder flow, Flow bench, Tumble motion, Flow coefficient, Particle image velocimetry

  17. Omora Ethnobotanical Park and the UNESCO Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve

    Eugene C. Hargrove


    Full Text Available The biocultural conservation and research initiative of Omora Ethnobotanical Park and the UNESCO Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve was born in a remote part of South America and has rapidly expanded to attain regional, national, and international relevance. The park and the biosphere reserve, led by Ricardo Rozzi and his team, have made significant progress in demonstrating the way academic research supports local cultures, social processes, decision making, and conservation. It is a dynamic hive of investigators, artists, writers, students, volunteers, and friends, all exploring ways to better integrate academia and society. The initiative involves an informal consortium of institutions and organizations; in Chile, these include the University of Magallanes, the Omora Foundation, and the Institute of Ecology and Biodiversity, and in the United States, the University of North Texas, the Omora Sub-Antarctic Research Alliance, and the Center for Environmental Philosophy at the University of North Texas. The consortium intends to function as a hub through which other institutions and organizations can be involved in research, education, and biocultural conservation. The park constitutes one of three long-term socio-ecological research sites in Chile of the Institute of Ecology and Biodiversity.

  18. Air pollution, land price development and assessment of immission control needs in urban development plans. The impact of immission pollution by sulphur dioxide and dust precipitation on property prices in residential areas of Dortmund and Duisburg

    Lee Chenjai.


    Air pollution, land price development and assessment of immission control needs in urban development plans. The impact of immission pollution by sulphur dioxide and dust precipitation on property prices in residential areas of Dortmund and Duisburg. The focus of this thesis is on studying the links between property prices and air pollution. The ground rent theory which goes back to the 16th century provides the theoretical basis for this work. RICARDO put forward the theory, that air may, under certain circumstances, - as for instance different local air pollution levels or sensitivity of locals to air quality -, which did not apply 200 years ago actually produce rent. These circumstances do indeed apply widely today - different air pollution levels in urban areas are just a case in point. Various empiricial studies in the U.S. proved that air pollution with different substances does actually influence the value of property. The ground rent influenced by air pollution is called ''air rent''. This study contains empirical studies on the influence of air pollution by sulphur dioxide SO 2 and dust precipitation on general property prices in residential areas of Dortmund between 1979 and 1989 and Duisburg between 1981 and 1989. (orig./UA) [de

  19. Free time minimizers for the three-body problem

    Moeckel, Richard; Montgomery, Richard; Sánchez Morgado, Héctor


    Free time minimizers of the action (called "semi-static" solutions by Mañe in International congress on dynamical systems in Montevideo (a tribute to Ricardo Mañé), vol 362, pp 120-131, 1996) play a central role in the theory of weak KAM solutions to the Hamilton-Jacobi equation (Fathi in Weak KAM Theorem in Lagrangian Dynamics Preliminary Version Number 10, 2017). We prove that any solution to Newton's three-body problem which is asymptotic to Lagrange's parabolic homothetic solution is eventually a free time minimizer. Conversely, we prove that every free time minimizer tends to Lagrange's solution, provided the mass ratios lie in a certain large open set of mass ratios. We were inspired by the work of Da Luz and Maderna (Math Proc Camb Philos Soc 156:209-227, 1980) which showed that every free time minimizer for the N-body problem is parabolic and therefore must be asymptotic to the set of central configurations. We exclude being asymptotic to Euler's central configurations by a second variation argument. Central configurations correspond to rest points for the McGehee blown-up dynamics. The large open set of mass ratios are those for which the linearized dynamics at each Euler rest point has a complex eigenvalue.

  20. Mine rent and the new economic system

    Cadan, K. (Federalni Ministerstvo Paliv a Energetiky, Prague (Czechoslovakia))


    Reviews historical concept of ground rents with reference to works of Adam Smith and David Ricardo and to 19th century capitalism and Marxism-Leninism. Asks whether mine rents can exist under a socialist system and examines theoretical basis for mine rents, which includes socio-economic aspects, geological conditions, proximity to markets and environmental considerations. Compares mine rents with agricultural land rents and analyzes value of end product (coal) and effect of pricing method on it. Explains pricing system in Czechoslovakia, which involves 3 groupings: coking coal, coke and energy coal (including briquets), the price of each of which is set according to average costs and geological conditions. Surplus revenue (or positive mine rent) only arises therefore at mines where the production costs are lower than fixed trade prices. Discusses in general terms application of new economic system (perestroika) to concept of mine rent and assessment of mine profitability and concludes that method of pricing solid fuels will play a decisive role. 4 refs.

  1. Farinelli o sobre las derivaciones vocales de esa vieja costumbre de castrar

    Óscar BOTTASSO


    Full Text Available La película representa algunos pasajes de la vida de Carlo Broschi, el célebre Farinelli, un castrato que hizo las delicias de tantísimos amantes de la ópera settecentista. De un reto callejero entre el joven cantante y un trompetista del cual Farinelli emerge triunfante gracias a su voz excepcional, George F. Haendel por ese entonces músico oficial de la corte inglesa y casi como de paso por el lugar le propone viajar a Londres. La oferta es desechada por Farinelli lo cual da lugar a una tirantez en la relación entre ambos, impregnada por antipatías pero al mismo tiempo un dejo de reconocimiento mutuo. En contraposición al escasamente abordado confinamiento de Farinelli en la corte española, en pleno apogeo de su carrera, el film abunda en mostrarnos las variadas visitas de los hermanos Broschi a distintos escenarios europeos, matizado por episodios donde lo seductor de su talante servía de disparador de numerables escenas amorosas finalmente efectivizadas por su hermano Ricardo, anatómicamente intacto. Un hecho que en función de la fisiopatología de un castrado prepuberal parece más sobrerepresentado que veraz.

  2. Concepts and Bounded Rationality: An Application of Niestegge's Approach to Conditional Quantum Probabilities

    Blutner, Reinhard


    Recently, Gerd Niestegge developed a new approach to quantum mechanics via conditional probabilities developing the well-known proposal to consider the Lüders-von Neumann measurement as a non-classical extension of probability conditionalization. I will apply his powerful and rigorous approach to the treatment of concepts using a geometrical model of meaning. In this model, instances are treated as vectors of a Hilbert space H. In the present approach there are at least two possibilities to form categories. The first possibility sees categories as a mixture of its instances (described by a density matrix). In the simplest case we get the classical probability theory including the Bayesian formula. The second possibility sees categories formed by a distinctive prototype which is the superposition of the (weighted) instances. The construction of prototypes can be seen as transferring a mixed quantum state into a pure quantum state freezing the probabilistic characteristics of the superposed instances into the structure of the formed prototype. Closely related to the idea of forming concepts by prototypes is the existence of interference effects. Such inference effects are typically found in macroscopic quantum systems and I will discuss them in connection with several puzzles of bounded rationality. The present approach nicely generalizes earlier proposals made by authors such as Diederik Aerts, Andrei Khrennikov, Ricardo Franco, and Jerome Busemeyer. Concluding, I will suggest that an active dialogue between cognitive approaches to logic and semantics and the modern approach of quantum information science is mandatory.

  3. Recovery Act - Sustainable Transportation: Advanced Electric Drive Vehicle Education Program

    Caille, Gary


    The collective goals of this effort include: 1) reach all facets of this society with education regarding electric vehicles (EV) and plug–in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV), 2) prepare a workforce to service these advanced vehicles, 3) create web–based learning at an unparalleled level, 4) educate secondary school students to prepare for their future and 5) train the next generation of professional engineers regarding electric vehicles. The Team provided an integrated approach combining secondary schools, community colleges, four–year colleges and community outreach to provide a consistent message (Figure 1). Colorado State University Ventures (CSUV), as the prime contractor, plays a key program management and co–ordination role. CSUV is an affiliate of Colorado State University (CSU) and is a separate 501(c)(3) company. The Team consists of CSUV acting as the prime contractor subcontracted to Arapahoe Community College (ACC), CSU, Motion Reality Inc. (MRI), Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) and Ricardo. Collaborators are Douglas County Educational Foundation/School District and Gooru (, a nonprofit web–based learning resource and Google spin–off.

  4. Renda da Terra, Expansão da Fronteira Imobiliária, Gentrificação e Exclusão no Brasil (2009-2015

    Fabian Scholze Domingues


    Full Text Available This article uses the differential rent theory of David Ricardo to offer an economic explanation for the recent rise in property prices and rents seen in Brazil between 2009 and 2015. Unlike the advocates of the existence of a speculative bubble in the housing market, it is proposed that increase price in rents and properties come from the expansion of the urban frontier, largely caused by the public policies of housing geared to low-income classes. As in the Ricardian model, the analysis is done by dividing the society into three social classes: workers, capitalists and rentiers. It is argued that nominal prices will not decrease, as would be expected if the origin of the phenomenon had been located in the credit market. Thus, the main beneficiaries of this policy is the class of rentiers, not the worker class, neither the capitalist class. The differential rent theory also allows explain movements of gentrification and exclusion, ie revaluation central areas with good urban infrastructure, but degraded, resulting in the exclusion of large population, removed to areas far from the center of metropolitan areas. As a result, to solve the long term problem of housing shortage and ensure the right to housing, the government should create a coordinated set of regulatory measures for the housing policy. These policies should aimed not only housing construction, as well as control of the rent prices, to reduce the excessive burden on housing, and create of a social tax on vacant dwellings, to curb property speculation.

  5. Apertura comercial y desarrollo económico mundial en la globalización

    Carlos Encinas Ferrer


    Full Text Available La política económica neoliberal ha promovido a escala global la apertura comercial bajo la hipótesis de que la liberalización del comercio da lugar automáticamente a un quiebre positivo en la tendencia de crecimiento económico. Esta acción de política económica está sustentada fundamentalmente en la teoría de la ventaja comparativa desarrollada por David Ricardo en la segunda década del Siglo XIX. Sin embargo, la ausencia de un incremento generalizado del PIB que acompañe la apertura comercial implementada a partir de la década de los ochenta en una gran cantidad de países nos muestra señales de que algo ha sucedido en el modelo exportador adoptado contrario a las expectativas favorables prometidas. México y muchos otros países se encuentran en un callejón sin salida, con problemas que se han profundizado con la reciente crisis económica que hasta ahora, especialmente en EE.UU. y Europa, no muestra señales de una recuperación global.


    Abdelhak RAZKY


    Full Text Available This study aims to examine the treatment of linguistic variation in Brazilian Portuguese textbooks for High School and prompts a debate about concepts like right and wrong, language variation, language change and language prejudice. In this sense, it considers whether the textbook discusses the linguistic variation, understanding it as a result of a variety of sociocultural factors of a linguistic community. Our corpus consists of a collection of Portuguese Language for High School, prepared by Carlos Alberto Faraco, approved by the National Textbook Program (PNLD 2015. The research is part of the dialogue between Sociolinguistics and mother tongue teaching, more specifically, in theoretical and methodological studies of Bortoni-Ricardo (2004, Faraco (2004, Alkmim (2005, Labov (2008, among others, in addition to the National Curriculum Parameters of High School Portuguese Language – PCN (BRASIL, 2000. The methodology is based on descriptive, bibliographical and documentary research and a qualitative approach. The results show, that the current development, in that collection highlights a concern to incorporate linguistic studies in the heterogeneity and linguistic diversity from sociolinguistic perspective.

  7. Sensitivity of dual fuel engine combustion and knocking limits to gaseous fuel composition

    Selim, Mohamed Y.E.


    Combustion noise, knock and ignition limits data are measured and presented for a dual fuel engine running on dual fuels of Diesel and three gaseous fuels separately. The gaseous fuels used are liquefied petroleum gas, pure methane and compressed natural gas mixture. The maximum pressure rise rate during combustion is presented as a measure of combustion noise, and the knocking and ignition limits are presented as torque output at the onset of knocking and ignition failure. Experimental investigation on the dual fuel engine revealed the noise generated from combustion, knocking and ignition limits for all gases at different design and operating conditions. A Ricardo E6 Diesel version engine is converted to run on dual fuel of Diesel and the tested gaseous fuel and is used throughout the work. The engine is fully computerized, and the cylinder pressure data, crank angle data and engine operating variables are stored in a PC for off line analysis. The effects of engine speeds, loads, pilot injection angle, pilot fuel quantity and compression ratio on combustion noise, knocking torque, thermal efficiency and maximum pressure are examined for the dual engine running on the three gaseous fuels separately. The combustion noise, knocking and ignition limits are found to relate to the type of gaseous fuels and to the engine design and operating parameters

  8. The central bank issuing policy and Fisher´s equation of exchange

    Richard Pospíšil


    Full Text Available The issue of money and establishing interest rates are the main activities of central banks. Through this, the banks immediately influence the behaviour of households, companies, financial markets and the state with the impact on real outcome, employment and prices. When monitoring the issue of money, it is necessary to focus not only on its volume, but also on the attributes and functions carried by money. Among the first economists who considered the quality monetary aspect were J. Locke, D. Hume, D. Ricardo and others. The founders of modern monetarism of the 20th century were I. Fisher and M. Friedman. Fisher was the first to define the equation of monetary equilibrium in the present-day form. The objective of the paper is to point out different approaches to the equation and its modifications and different meanings of its variables. As regards the monetary aggregate M – Money – the paper also deals with the denomination of the aggregate to its various elements, which is significant for fulfilling monetary policy targets. This approach is very important especially at present in the time of crisis when central banks are performing their policy considering contradictory targets of price stability and economic growth.


    Stefanía Cuellar Alvira


    Full Text Available El presente documento plantea el abordaje de una idea errónea acerca de la evolución visita de manera unidireccional. La propuesta se realiza en el  marco del trabajo de práctica del seminario de Didáctica II del programa de Licenciatura De Ciencias Naturales Y Educación Ambiental de la Universidad Surcolombiana.  Empleando la estrategia enseñanza de resolución de problemas, partiendo de la pregunta central a resolver ¿cómo evolucionaron los animales y las plantas? Con una secuencia de tres fases: la presentación del problema, plan de solución teniendo en cuenta el uso de los videos The Simpsons – Homer  Evolution” y “La era del hielo 4 - Trailer Oficial Español Latino” para la representación sobre las concepciones unidireccional y multidireccional del concepto de evolución y mecanismos de evolución; con una fase final de conclusiones por medio del planteamiento de situaciones problemas. Propuesta desarrollada a estudiantes del grado noveno de la institución Educativa Ricardo Borrero Álvarez,de la ciudad de Neiva.

  10. Chagas. From Exotic Tropical Disease to Pathology Globalized

    Beatriz BASSO


    Full Text Available Chagas disease, whose aetiological agent is Trypanosoma cruzi, is one of the main endemic diseases in Latin America, ranking fourth regarding the number of lost life years due to death or disability in the area; nevertheless, it is among the so-called “neglected diseases”. Despite its rural origin, where it is transmitted through vector insects belonging to the Reduviidae family, it has nowadays also become a problem in urbanized areas and is becoming globalized through inter-human transmission, above all congenital, but also through transfusions and transplants. Chagas, a Hidden Affliction (Chagas, Un mal escondido, a documentary by Ricardo Preve, focuses on both aspects of the disease: the rural and the global one, including interviews with North American doctors and European researchers. A significant part of the film takes place in the USA, showing the worst consequence of the evolution of the disease, which is death by chagasic cardiopathy which, being a reality that takes place during filming, increases the sense of drama. In this paper we approach specific topics related to Chagas disease from a biomedical point of view, including comments related to the highlights of the film that are connected with such aspects. Towards the end, there is mention of the film Houses of Fire (Casas de fuego and of certain illustrative aspects concerning the life of Dr Salvador Mazza and the Argentine Mission of Regional Pathology Studies (MEPRA, topics that have already been dealt with in this. 

  11. A contribution to the thermal and aero-dynamical modelling of the urban micro-climate. Analysis of the water and vegetation impact on the comfort conditions in outdoor spaces; Contribution a la modelisation thermo-aeraulique du microclimat urbain. Caracterisation de l'impact de l'eau et de la vegetation sur les conditions de confort en espaces exterieurs

    Vinet, J.


    In summer, temperatures in cities may rise, thereby inducing the so-called 'urban heat island' and tremendous consequences on outdoor comfort, health risks, pollutant emission and energy consumption. Replacing vegetation and moist surfaces by concrete or asphalt may enhance these problems. Therefore, the aim of this thesis is to quantify the impact of vegetation and water on urban micro-climate and comfort through numerical modelling; In the first part, a scientific literature review considers various topics applied to our problem such as urban micro-climate, simulations, urbanism, urban forestry and outdoor thermal comfort. This information is relevant to define and interpret further numerical modelling. Numerical simulations based on the coupling of the SOLENE. thermal program and the N3S CFD code are proposed to model wind flow, air and surface temperatures. The theoretical principles, hypothesis and coupling methodology are presented here. This set of numerical tools is combined in order to help urban or landscape planners, architects and engineers, to analyse the impacts of different projects on micro-climate and on outdoor thermal comfort, under hot summer conditions. To illustrate this approach, an open space in Montpellier (southern France) called the 'Place du Millenaire' and designed by Ricardo Bofill is studied, considering various cases (no vegetation, actual vegetation and vegetation in 30 years). The comparative results demonstrate improvements of urban form, micro-climate and outdoor thermal comfort. (author)

  12. Power, Gender, and Canon Formation in Mexico

    Cynthia Steele


    Full Text Available I propose to analyze Castellanos's trajectory from marginalized ethnographer and critic of "latino" society, to presidential insider and ambassador, and the first modern Mexican woman writer to be accepted into the literary canon. I will explore the intersection of politics, gender, and the (self- creation of a literary persona with regard to the following issues: 1 the tension between self-exposure and self-censorship in Castellanos's literary work; 2 Castellanos's intense and problematic relationship with her illegitimate, mestizo half-brother; 3 the coincidences and contradictions between Castellanos's journalistic account of her relationship with her servant Maria Escandon, and Maria's own oral history twenty years later; 4 the tension between depression and dependency, on the one hand, and self-assertiveness and audacity, on the other; 5 the relation between Castellanos's role as ambassador and the personal, apolitical, often frivolous character of her journalistic articles written in Israel; 6 the contradictory readings of Castellanos's death, and the respective implications for her place in the canon; and 7 the implications, for their reception, of the love letters published in Cartas a Ricardo 1994, as opposed to 1974.

  13. Subjective evaluation of uncorrected vision in patients undergoing cataract surgery with (diffractive multifocal lenses and monovision

    Stock RA


    Full Text Available Ricardo Alexandre Stock, Thaís Thumé, Luan Gabriel Paese, Elcio Luiz Bonamigo Universidade do Oeste de Santa Catarina, Rua Getúlio Vargas, Joaçaba, Santa Catarina, Brazil Purpose: To analyze patient satisfaction and difficulties with bilateral multifocal intraocular lenses (IOLs implantation and aspheric monofocal IOLs implantation using monovision, after cataract surgery.Materials and methods: A total of 61 participants were included in the study, 29 with monovision and 32 with multifocal lenses. The inclusion criteria were patients undergoing phacoemulsification for bilateral visual impairment due to cataracts and presenting with postoperative visual acuity of 20/30 or better for distance and line J3 or better for near vision.Results: The 2 groups had similar results regarding difficulties with daily activities such as distance vision, near vision, watching television, reading, cooking, using a computer or cellphone, shaving/putting on makeup and shopping. There were differences in responses between the groups regarding difficulty with night vision (P=0.0565 and night driving (P=0.0291. Degree of satisfaction in terms of distance vision without glasses was statistically significantly better in monovision group (P=0.0332, but not for near (P=0.9101.Conclusion: Both techniques yielded satisfactory results regarding visual acuity for different activities without the need to use glasses. Multifocal lenses are a good option for patients with the exception of night driving, and who desire independence from glasses. Keywords: cataract extraction, aphakia, postcataract, patient satisfaction, night vision

  14. Revista Panida

    Gilberto Loaiza Cano


    Full Text Available Panida fue la revista quincenal de arte y literatura que nació en Medellín el 15 de febrero de 1915 y aglutinó, por primera vez, a una nueva generación de intelectuales que, con algunas poses propias de las vanguardias artísticas, animó el ambiente patriarcal de la capital antioqueña. En esa revista se reunieron quienes, posteriormente, construyeron sus peculiares, y en algunos casos truncos, caminos creativos: Ricardo Rendón, León de Greiff, Teodomiro Isaza, Libardo Parra, Rafael Jaramillo, Jesús Restrepo Olarte, Eduardo Vasco, Jorge Villa, Félix Mejía, Bernardo Martínez, Fernando González, José Manuel Mora y José Gaviria. La revista reunió poetas, pintores, músicos, filósofos, que constituyeron el núcleo germinal de la generación de Los Nuevos. En sus diez números -murió el 20 de junio de 1915- logró expresar la intención de revaluar la tradición artística decimonónica y dio las puntadas iniciales de lo que sería el tímido contacto de nuestros intelectuales de comienzos de siglo con el vigoroso movimiento vanguardista.

  15. LÁZARO GILA MEDINA. Pedro de Mena. Madrid: Arco/Libros, 2007. 228 pp. y 124 ils.

    José Luis Requena Bravo De Laguna


    Full Text Available Una de las primeras monografías de la colección Ars Hispanica dirigida bajo la experta supervisión del profesor Benito Navarrete Prieto está dedicada a uno de los escultores del barroco andaluz y español más excelsos de todos los tiempos, nos referimos al granadino Pedro de Mena (1628-1688. Sin duda alguna, la aparición de esta monografía —la segunda después de la publicada por Ricardo de Orueta y Duarte en 1914— ha de celebrarse como un verdadero acontecimiento para todos los amantes de la escultura. Se armonizan en él un conocimiento riguroso de las fuentes documentales —en archivos y bibliotecas— rastreando la historia de las obras con una sorprendente minuciosidad, y una extraordinaria sensibilidad para calibrar el valor estético de la obra escultórica de Mena, hoy dispersa entre numerosas iglesias, museos y colecciones.

  16. Petrography and geochronology (U/Pb-Sm/Nd) the Passagem Granite, Pensamiento Granitoid Complex, Paragua Terrane, SW Amazon Craton, Mato Grosso, Brazil

    Jesus, Gisely Carmo de; Sousa, Maria Zelia Aguiar de; Ruiz, Amarildo Salina; Matos, Joao Batista de


    The Passagem granite includes stocks, plugs and dikes located in the Ricardo Franco hill - Vila Bela da Santissima Trindade region - state of Mato Grosso, central Brazil. The Passagem Granite is included in the Paragua terrane - SW Amazonian Craton. It consists of isotropic monzogranite, sienogranite and more rarely granodiorites with leucocratic dark gray to white color. These rocks range from hypidomorphic inequigranular to xenomorphic texture, fine to medium grained. Biotite is the only primary mafic present as essential phase and characterize an expanded slightly acid sequence formed by a sub-alkaline magmatism of high-potassium calc-alkaline, slightly peraluminous composition from arc magmatic tectonic environment during a post-collisional period. Mechanism of fractional crystallization of plagioclase, biotite, titanite, apatite and zircon associated with simultaneous crustal assimilation are suggested for the evolution of these rocks. The results support the hypothesis of a post-collisional magmatism in the Paragua terrane at 1284 +- 20 Ma corresponding to the crystallization age of the Passagem granite. This paper propose that Passagem Granite represents as an extension in Brazilian terrane of the Pensamiento Granitoid Complex. (author)

  17. Effects of butanol-diesel fuel blends on the performance and emissions of a high-speed DI diesel engine

    Rakopoulos, D.C.; Rakopoulos, C.D.; Giakoumis, E.G.; Dimaratos, A.M.; Kyritsis, D.C.


    An experimental investigation is conducted to evaluate the effects of using blends of n-butanol (normal butanol) with conventional diesel fuel, with 8%, 16% and 24% (by volume) n-butanol, on the performance and exhaust emissions of a standard, fully instrumented, four-stroke, high-speed, direct injection (DI), Ricardo/Cussons 'Hydra' diesel engine located at the authors' laboratory. The tests are conducted using each of the above fuel blends or neat diesel fuel, with the engine working at a speed of 2000 rpm and at three different loads. In each test, fuel consumption, exhaust smokiness and exhaust regulated gas emissions such as nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide and total unburned hydrocarbons are measured. The differences in the measured performance and exhaust emission parameters of the three butanol-diesel fuel blends from the baseline operation of the diesel engine, i.e., when working with neat diesel fuel, are determined and compared. It is revealed that this fuel, which can be produced from biomass (bio-butanol), forms a challenging and promising bio-fuel for diesel engines. The differing physical and chemical properties of butanol against those for the diesel fuel are used to aid the correct interpretation of the observed engine behavior.

  18. O Museu da Saúde em Portugal: um espaço físico, um espaço virtual

    Inês Cavadas de Oliveira

    Full Text Available Resumo O Museu da Saúde em Portugal, baseado no duplo conceito de espaço físico polinucleado e espaço virtual, desenvolve o inventário do seu acervo, tendo, até ao momento, estudado mais aprofundadamente cinco das suas coleções – Tuberculose, Urologia, Psicologia, Medicamento e Malária. Neste artigo, o museu apresenta essas coleções, bem como a problemática do desenvolvimento da atividade museológica no espaço de um laboratório nacional, o Instituto Nacional de Saúde Doutor Ricardo Jorge, salientando as questões dos espaços de reserva e de exposição, o processo de inventário e as atividades de divulgação, atendendo aos desafios inerentes a uma atividade desenvolvida num espaço não museológico.

  19. Colombianos de ayer. Don Ezequiel de Uricoechea

    Víctor Sánchez Montenegro


    Full Text Available Este ilustre sabio nació en Bogotá el 10 de abril de 1834. Contemporáneos de él o mejor dicho de su misma generación, fueron José María Cordovez Moure, Epifanio Mejía, Rafael Celedón, José Joaquín Borda, Camacho Roldán, Diego Fallon, Jorge Isaacs, Felipe Pérez, José María Samper, Ricardo Silva, José María Vergara y Vergara y muchos otros ingenios que formaron la tertulia de "El Mosaico", a la cual perteneció también el doctor Uricoechea. En el lapso comprendido entre el nacimiento y la muerte, acaecida en julio de 1880, el país ha presenciado los grandes acontecimientos históricos y la floración de una nueva generación que fue "la edad de oro de la República", según el concepto autorizado del doctor Luis López de Mesa.

  20. Los iniciadores de la Facultad de Medicina de la Universidad Nacional

    Héctor Pedraza


    Full Text Available El año 1967 es prolífico en efemérides para la cultura colombiana al celebrar fechas centenarias: el natalicio de egregios varones: Carlos Arturo Torres y Carlos E. Restrepo, quienes en diferente forma contribuyeron a cimentar el concepto y la vida democrática de la República; Ricardo Acevedo Bernal quien interpretó en el lienzo con perfección a nuestros próceres de la Independencia y fue émulo de Gregorio Vásquez Arce y Ceballos en la pintura religiosa; Julio Flórez, el bardo dilecto del pueblo; la aparición de la novela de Isaacs que encarnó el sentimiento literario y amoroso de varias generaciones románticas. En el campo científico, aparentemente modesto, pero trascendental para el progreso del país, celebramos el centenario de la reaparición de la Universidad Nacional y con ella, el de su Facultad de Medicina, tan íntimamente ligada a nuestra Academia Nacional de Medicina, pues ambas tuvieron en sus orígenes los mismos fundadores, aun cuando en épocas diferentes, y pre-existieron durante algunos años como instituciones privadas, antes de su incorporación o reconocimiento oficial.

  1. Literatura, historia y memoria

    Nancy Malaver Cruz


    Full Text Available Este artículo señala la estrecha relación que existe entre los conceptos de literatura, historia y memoria. En primer lugar, analiza las similitudes entre la actividad de escribir ficciones (es decir, hechos imaginados y la de escribir acerca de la historia (es decir, hechos del pasado. Para ello, el artículo se detiene en las ideas de filósofos como Hegel y Nietzsche. El artículo señala la gran importancia de la literatura en términos de la construcción de la memoria histórica de los diferentes grupos humanos. Específicamente, el artículo se refiere al género de la historia-ficción, ejemplos del cual son algunas de las obras maestras de los latinoamericanos Jorge Luis Borges y Ricardo Piglia. El artículo ofrece una sucinta presentación de la teoría tropológica del discurso, propuesta por White, en especial su idea de la mediación lingüística, así como de algunas observaciones que sobre el tema han hecho autores como Ricœur y Genecco.

  2. Tres miradas sobre paisaje, identidad regional y cultura folclórica en Santiago del Estero

    Judith Farberman


    Full Text Available Este artículo explora las relaciones entre paisaje, identidad y cultura popular en algunas obras de Ricardo Rojas, Bernardo Canal Feijóo y Orestes Di Lullo sobre Santiago del Estero. Consideramos que Canal Feijóo y Di Lullo regresaron en sus trabajos de las décadas de 1930 y 1940 a tres cuestiones tratadas por Rojas en El país de la selva (1907, aunque en un contexto ya irremediablemente cambiado de destrucción del bosque chaqueño. La primera de ellas consiste en la búsqueda de los orígenes de la cultura folclórica santiagueña en el período colonial. En ausencia de flujos consistentes de inmigración europea, los autores se remitieron a la conquista y a los mestizajes biológicos y culturales posteriores como punto de partida para la formación de una cultura local que ambos estimaban aún vigorosa y original. La segunda es la identidad entre paisaje y cultura folclórica. Di Lullo y Canal compartían con Rojas la idea de que la imaginación popular nacía de la naturaleza o, mejor dicho, de la sensibilidad de sujetos íntimamente consustanciados con ella. En consecuencia, la destrucción del paisaje sólo podía conducir a la del folclore, al que encontraban ya irremediablemente degradado. En tercer lugar, se hallaba la elevación del folclore santiagueño a marca de origen, a sello identitario. El componente indígena, hispano o mestizo se encontraba presente, en diferentes medidas, en aquel patrimonio ancestral que, como Rojas lo había hecho antes, Canal y Di Lullo describieron e interpretaron a la luz de sus personales lecturas de la historia santiagueña.This article explores the relationship between landscape, identity and popular culture of Santiago del Estero in the works of Ricardo Rojas, Bernardo Canal Feijóo and Orestes Di Lullo. In my opinion, Di Lullo and Canal Feijóo revisited El país de la selva (1907 in some of their works, especially in those written in the 30's and 40's. Three issues are analyzed here. The first

  3. O cuidado nos centros municipais educacionais infantis em relação às infecções respiratórias agudas = The care in the municipal centers for children education about acute respiratory infections

    Eloeth Kaliska Piva


    Full Text Available As infecções respiratórias agudas (IRA são causa de morbidade e mortalidade na infância, e sua crescente manifestação e transmissão nos centros educacionais infantis têm sugestionado maior atenção aos cuidados prestados nesses locais as crianças. Este estudo teve por objetivo conhecer as atitudes preventivas e curativas do cuidado proporcionado pelos monitores educacionais dos Centros Municipais Educacionais Infantis da Cidade de Cascavel - PR diante das IRA. Para tanto, realizamos entre novembro a dezembro de 2008, uma pesquisa qualitativa com 12 monitores educacionais, por meio da entrevista semi-estruturada gravada. Os aspectos emergentes das entrevistas foram pontuados e orientado na ótica do cuidado integral de José Ricardo de Carvalho Mesquita Ayres. As ações das monitoras educacionais em relação as IRA têm caráter curativo, sendo fundamentadas no cuidado técnico e entendimentos causais. Nessas ações faltam elementos que compõem o cuidado integral como o movimento, a interação, a reconstrução de identidades e alteridades, a não-causalidade, a plasticidade, a temporalidade e a responsabilidade. Diante disso, enfatiza-se a necessidade de preparar os monitores e as instituições para o cuidado integral. E, sobretudo, a articulação dos centros educacionais aos setores de saúde promovendo a aplicação de estratégias para o controle, prevenção e promoção da saúde das crianças.Acute respiratory infections are the causes of morbidity and mortality during infancy and childhood. Their increasing manifestation and transmission in day-care centers have demanded greater attention for children’ care in such institutions. Current research investigates prevention and care activities provided by educational monitors of day-care center in Cascavel, Paraná State, Brazil, with regard to acute respiratory infections. A qualitative research was undertaken with 12 educational monitors between November and December 2008

  4. A Low Cost Air Hybrid Concept Un concept hybride à air et à bas prix

    Lee C. Y.


    Full Text Available The air hybrid engine absorbs the vehicle kinetic energy during braking, stores it in an air tank in the form of compressed air, and reuses it to propel a vehicle during cruising and acceleration. Capturing, storing and reusing this braking energy to give additional power can therefore improve fuel economy, particularly in cities and urban areas where the traffic conditions involve many stops and starts. In order to reuse the residual kinetic energy, the vehicle operation consists of 3 basic modes, i.e. Compression Mode (CM, Expander Mode (EM and normal firing mode. Unlike previous works, a low cost air hybrid engine has been proposed and studied. The hybrid engine operation can be realized by means of production technologies, such as VVT and valve deactivation. In this work, systematic investigation has been carried out on the performance of the hybrid engine concept through detailed gas dynamic modelling using Ricardo WAVE software. Valve timing optimization has been done for the more efficient operation of air hybrid operation and obtaining higher braking and motoring mean effective pressure for CM and EM respectively. Le moteur hybride à air absorbe l’énergie cinétique du véhicule en cas de freinage, la stocke sous forme d’air comprimé, puis la réutilise pour faire avancer le véhicule en circulation ou en accélération. Capter, stocker et réutiliser cette énergie et créer ainsi une puissance plus importante peut donc permettre de plus grandes économies de carburant, surtout en ville et zone urbaine, lorsque les conditions de circulation imposent de nombreux arrêts et démarrages. Pour pouvoir réutiliser l’énergie cinétique, on distingue trois modes de base d’utilisation du véhicule : les modes compression (MC, expansion (ME et standard. Un moteur hybride à air et à bas prix a été proposé et étudié. Un tel moteur peut être opéré par le biais de technologies de production, comme le VVT et la d

  5. School and writing. A school page in the daily newspaper Escuela y escritura. Una página escolar en la prensa diaria



    Full Text Available The innovative and vanguard experience known as «La Isla de los Niños» that was accomplished in the Canary Islands by the teacher Ricardo García Luis, represents the reality of writing done in the schools. His ability to prepare students for participation in a form of media communication led to the fusion of educational, cultural and social elements that facilitated a dialog between the students and the world. The purpose was not to prepare a student publication for the educational center, but rather to publish in the daily newspaper. The children expressed themselves freely on diverse topics and themes at a time in which the Franco dictatorship represented definite censorship. Initially the work came out of the professional work of the aforementioned teacher, in a school in the town of La Zarza, in the municipality of Arico (south of the island of Tenerife, that discovered the ability to narrate, describe, interpret and retell the activities of his students that he felt worthy of notice. He broke with the mold and all educational stereotypes and opened new horizons for his students when he edited the material written in his school and published in the newspaper El Día a weekly paper from Santa Cruz de Tenerife.La experiencia innovadora y vanguardista que realizó en Canarias el maestro Ricardo García Luis, conocida como «La Isla de los Niños», representa la proyección de la escritura desde la escuela. Su conciencia y disposición para habilitar a los escolares para su intervención y proyección en un medio de comunicación condujo a la conjugación educativa, cultural y social, a través de la cual los alumnos dialogaban con el mundo. Porque no se trataba de elaborar una página escolar para el centro educativo, sino para insertarla en la prensa diaria. De acuerdo con los objetivos de su creador, los niños se expresaban libremente sobre diversos aspectos y temas en una etapa aún amordazada por la dictadura franquista. En un

  6. Unidades fototérmicas e temperatura-base inferior de frutos de Mangueira Alfa, na Baixada Cuiabana Photothermal units and lower base temperature for alfa mango fruit on the Baixada Cuiabana

    Marcelo Paes de Barros


    Full Text Available O objetivo deste trabalho foi determinar a temperatura-base inferior (Tb a partir da unidade fototérmica (UF para o cultivo experimental de manga Alfa sob condições de cerrado. Foram utilizados dados diários da temperatura do ar disponibilizados pela Estação Agrometeorológica Padre Ricardo Remetter, localizada em Santo Antônio do Leverger-MT (15,8° S e 56,1° W, 140 m, e avaliação sensorial do estádio de maturação dos frutos de manga. A Tb foi determinada pelo método da menor variabilidade das unidades fototérmicas (UF acumuladas do período da floração à colheita dos frutos, variabilidade avaliada pelo coeficiente de variação (cv simulado para diferentes valores da Tb. De julho a novembro de 2007, em três plantas de um pomar demonstrativo irrigado, foram identificados 82 frutos para o acompanhamento do crescimento e maturação. Entre esses frutos, em meados de dezembro de 2007, foi possível identificar 13 frutos que atingiram a maturidade fisiológica, após um período médio de observação de 112 dias. Para exigência fototérmica de 1.878.166,1 UF, encontrou-se Tb de 10 °C, valor consistente com os apresentados na literatura para a cultivar de manga, o que comprova a eficiência do método que combina a ação da temperatura e do fotoperíodo sobre a maturação dos frutos e que confere um caráter mais racional que o método tradicional da soma térmica.In this study was to determine the lower base temperature (Tb for Alfa mango fruit, using the photothermal units (PTU method in cerrado conditions. The meteorological data for the study were acquired from "Padre Ricardo Remetter" meteorological station located at Santo Antonio do Leverger, MT, Brazil (15,8° S and 56,1° W, 140 m, and the fruit data was acquired by sensorial evaluation of mango fruit maturation state. The Tb was determined by less variability of the coefficient of variation (cv method applied to the PTU sum, from flowering to harvest, simulated for


    Manuel Alcides Jofré


    Full Text Available El cuento "Warma kuyay (Amor de niño" se publica en 1935, en Agua1. Han transcurrido 70 años desde su aparición. Esta breve pieza narrativa de José María Arguedas fue conocida en Chile a partir de la Antología del cuento hispanoamericano de Ricardo Latcham2 y figura también en la recopilación de todos los cuentos de Arguedas en Amormundo3. En el presente trabajo de investigación, se utilizará primero una técnica de análisis textual que se centrará en el análisis de motivos, entendidos como una situación básica en la vida humana. El triángulo amoroso y la ruptura provocada por el cuarto elemento son cuidadosamente estudiados, en la perspectiva de definir al cuento tanto como una narración de un solo episodio o como una narración de un solo motivo. Esta definición orgánica es esencial para el discurso narrativo bajo análisis, en la cual se percibirán oposiciones estructurales entre luminosidad-oscuridad, armonía e inarmonía, naturaleza y marginalidad, interior y exterior. Finalmente, se intenta una clasificación, desde el punto de vista de su organización interna mediante una tipología, todo lo cual lleva la exégesis a una propuesta histórica y diacrónica, abordando así las nociones de generación, promoción, tendencia y corriente, características de la construcción de la historia literaria en el periodo superrealistaThe short story "Warma kuyay" ("A child's love" was published in "Agua", in 1935. Seventy years have passed since then. This brief narrative piece by José María Arguedas was known in Chile through Ricardo Latcham's Anthology of 1962, "Antología del cuento hispanoamericano", and it also appears in the compilation of all of Arguedas's short fiction in "Amormundo". Our research will first use the textual analysis technique, centered on the analysis of motivation, understood as a basic situation in human life. The love triangle and the rupture provided by the fourth element are carefullly studied, in

  8. The income concept in classical applied to the study of agrarian conflict in 2008 El concepto de renta en los clásicos aplicado al estudio del conflicto agrario del año 2008

    José A. Pierri


    Full Text Available The Agrarian Conflict of 2008 divided the society of Argentina in sectors that supported and opposed the adoption of Resolution No. 125 of the Secretary of Agriculture. Fisheries and Food referred to establish mobileexport duties on exports of grains and soy .The confrontation addressed, indirectly, a classic theoretical debate in the economic history of Argentina, the origin and definition of the concept of land and income distribution, issues including the main theme Income Differential. The problem addressed by several authors, can be cited recent work by Ernesto Laclau, Guillermo Flichman, Eduardo Azcuy Ameghino and Juan Iñigo Carreras, refers to the theoretical approaches proposed by Adam Smith, David Ricardo and Karl Marx on these issues applied European countries in the nineteenth century. The purpose of this study is to analyze those classic concepts on income statements and contrast these theoretical approaches with statistical data about the evolution of production and income from the production of soybeans and soybean products in the decades immediately preceding and during the 2008, when agriculture was referred to the long conflict. In light of the above to analyze the validity and limitations of the traditional theoretical approaches to analyze the present agrarian situation.El conflicto agrario del año 2008 dividió a la sociedad argentina en sectores que apoyaron y se opusieron a la aprobación de la Resolución N§ 125 de la Secretaria de Agricultura, Ganadería. Pesca y Alimentación referida a establecer derechos de exportación móviles a la exportación de granos y derivados de la soja. La confrontación abordó, indirectamente, un clásico debate teórico en la historia económica argentina, el del origen y definición del concepto renta de la tierra y su distribución, cuestiones que incluyen como tema principal a la Renta Diferencial. La problemática abordada por diversos autores, entre los que se pueden citar trabajos

  9. Abstract [NOMA-15: International workshop on nonlinear maps and their applications


    The International Workshop on Nonlinear Maps and their Applications (NOMA) is a series of international conferences. NOMA editions were held in Toulouse (Noma’07), Urbino (Noma’09), Évora (Noma’ 11) and Zaragoza (Noma’13). The fifth edition of NOMA was organised and hosted by the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of University College Dublin. This workshop brings together researchers from theoretical and application areas (mathematics, physics, engineering and economics) who study nonlinear discrete systems. Nonlinear iterative processes play an important role in physical, biological and social phenomena. Nonlinear mappings can directly model various systems or can be obtained using numerical methods permitting the solution of differential nonlinear equations. In both cases, the understanding of specific behaviours and bifurcations of these type of systems is of the greatest interest. This workshop is open to theoretical studies as well as applicative ones in the fields of physics, electronics, biology, computational methods, engineering, telecommunications and others. The scientific programme of NOMA’ 15 included 28 invited and regular lectures with 12 selected talks published in this special issue. Prof Vassili Gelfreich (the University of Warwick), Prof Daniele Fournier-Prunaret (INSA Toulouse), Prof Ricardo Lopez-Ruiz (the University of Zaragoza), Prof Sergio Callegari (the University of Bologna), Prof Yoshifumi Nishio (Tokushima University) and Dr Elena Blokhina (University College Dublin) have served as the editors of NOMA’2015 and selected the papers. On behalf of the scientific committee of NOMA, we would like to thank the editors and Eoghan O'Riordan and Panagiotis Giounanlis for their help in preparing this special issue. We are very grateful for the support of University College Dublin and to the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. (paper)

  10. Summary of the analyses for recovery factors

    Verma, Mahendra K.


    IntroductionIn order to determine the hydrocarbon potential of oil reservoirs within the U.S. sedimentary basins for which the carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery (CO2-EOR) process has been considered suitable, the CO2 Prophet model was chosen by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) to be the primary source for estimating recovery-factor values for individual reservoirs. The choice was made because of the model’s reliability and the ease with which it can be used to assess a large number of reservoirs. The other two approaches—the empirical decline curve analysis (DCA) method and a review of published literature on CO2-EOR projects—were deployed to verify the results of the CO2 Prophet model. This chapter discusses the results from CO2 Prophet (chapter B, by Emil D. Attanasi, this report) and compares them with results from decline curve analysis (chapter C, by Hossein Jahediesfanjani) and those reported in the literature for selected reservoirs with adequate data for analyses (chapter D, by Ricardo A. Olea).To estimate the technically recoverable hydrocarbon potential for oil reservoirs where CO2-EOR has been applied, two of the three approaches—CO2 Prophet modeling and DCA—do not include analysis of economic factors, while the third approach—review of published literature—implicitly includes economics. For selected reservoirs, DCA has provided estimates of the technically recoverable hydrocarbon volumes, which, in combination with calculated amounts of original oil in place (OOIP), helped establish incremental CO2-EOR recovery factors for individual reservoirs.The review of published technical papers and reports has provided substantial information on recovery factors for 70 CO2-EOR projects that are either commercially profitable or classified as pilot tests. When comparing the results, it is important to bear in mind the differences and limitations of these three approaches.

  11. Las éticas de la convergencia y la filosofía de lo cotidiano: Los actos comunicativos como condiciones de humanización del mundo globalizado mediante la responsabilidad, la reflexión, la compasión y el reconocimiento del otro

    Francisco Javier Villar


    Full Text Available El artículo presentará el cruce y coincidencias de dos propuestasfilosófico-morales latinoamericanas para el mundo actual: la que surge apartir de la edición de un libro homenaje al filósofo argentino Ricardo Maliandi(Salas, 2010 y la del filósofo chileno Humberto Giannini, reflejadatambién en un libro homenaje (Sánchez y Aguirre, 2011. En el artículoambas propuestas son presentadas como un aporte propio de la filosofíalatinoamericana al mundo de la filosofía desde las éticas del diálogo, rescatandosus coincidencias y similitudes. El artículo aprovechará sus enfoquespara leer la realidad latinoamericana con sus problemas y necesidades sociales,éticas y políticas proponiendo con sus autores aquellos principalesrasgos de una ética comunicativa que posibilitarán condiciones de vida personaly colectivas más humanizadoras y habitables para todas las personas:la responsabilidad, la reflexión, la compasión y el reconocimiento del otro.Siendo la educación, en estas propuestas filosóficas, uno de los vehículosesenciales de construcción social del mundo actual, a partir de ellas propondrá a su vez caminos de educabilidad y de logros de dichas condiciones enel ámbito de la educación superior latinoamericana. Por último, el artículoplantea la responsabilidad social universitaria como un concepto, enriquecidopor el aporte de estas éticas convergentes y cotidianas, a consolidarse enlas universidades para que éstas, en cuanto organizaciones sociales, logrendicha construcción social

  12. Biological trade and markets.

    Hammerstein, Peter; Noë, Ronald


    Cooperation between organisms can often be understood, like trade between merchants, as a mutually beneficial exchange of services, resources or other 'commodities'. Mutual benefits alone, however, are not sufficient to explain the evolution of trade-based cooperation. First, organisms may reject a particular trade if another partner offers a better deal. Second, while human trade often entails binding contracts, non-human trade requires unwritten 'terms of contract' that 'self-stabilize' trade and prevent cheating even if all traders strive to maximize fitness. Whenever trading partners can be chosen, market-like situations arise in nature that biologists studying cooperation need to account for. The mere possibility of exerting partner choice stabilizes many forms of otherwise cheatable trade, induces competition, facilitates the evolution of specialization and often leads to intricate forms of cooperation. We discuss selected examples to illustrate these general points and review basic conceptual approaches that are important in the theory of biological trade and markets. Comparing these approaches with theory in economics, it turns out that conventional models-often called 'Walrasian' markets-are of limited relevance to biology. In contrast, early approaches to trade and markets, as found in the works of Ricardo and Cournot, contain elements of thought that have inspired useful models in biology. For example, the concept of comparative advantage has biological applications in trade, signalling and ecological competition. We also see convergence between post-Walrasian economics and biological markets. For example, both economists and biologists are studying 'principal-agent' problems with principals offering jobs to agents without being sure that the agents will do a proper job. Finally, we show that mating markets have many peculiarities not shared with conventional economic markets. Ideas from economics are useful for biologists studying cooperation but need

  13. Analysis of the backpressure effect of an Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) evaporator on the exhaust line of a turbocharged heavy duty diesel power generator for marine applications

    Michos, Constantine N.; Lion, Simone; Vlaskos, Ioannis; Taccani, Rodolfo


    Highlights: • Waste heat recovery on internal combustion engines is studied. • The backpressure effect of the Organic Rankine Cycle boiler has been evaluated. • Three different state-of-the art turbocharging technologies have been assessed. • Six different fluids for medium-high temperature recovery have been considered. • A reduction up to 10% in fuel consumption can be achieved. - Abstract: In marine and power generation sectors, waste heat recovery technologies are attracting growing attention in order to increase heavy duty diesel engines efficiency and decrease fuel consumption, with the purpose of respecting stringent emissions legislations. In this work, the backpressure effect of an Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) evaporator on the exhaust line of a turbocharged, V12 heavy duty diesel engine, for typical marine and power generation applications has been investigated using the commercial software Ricardo WAVE. Three different state-of-the art turbocharging strategies are assessed in order to counterbalance the increased pumping losses of the engine due to the boiler installation: fixed turbine, Waste-Gate (WG) and Variable Geometry Turbine (VGT). At the same time, the steady-state thermodynamic performance of two different ORC configurations, simple tail-pipe evaporator and recuperated simple tail-pipe evaporator layouts, are assessed, with the scope of further increasing the engine power output, recovering unutilized exhaust gas heat. Several different working fluids, suitable for medium-high temperature waste heat recovery, are evaluated and screened, considering, as well, health and safety issues. Thermodynamic cycle parameters such as, for example, evaporation and condensing pressures, working fluid mass flow and cycle temperatures, are optimized in order to obtain the maximum improvement in Brake Specific Fuel Consumption (bsfc). From the engine side point of view, a VGT turbocharger is the most favorable solution to withstand increased

  14. The somatic marker theory in the context of addiction: contributions to understanding development and maintenance

    Olsen VV


    Full Text Available Vegard V Olsen,1 Ricardo G Lugo,1 Stefan Sütterlin1,2 1Section of Psychology, Lillehammer University College, Lillehammer, 2Department of Psychosomatic Medicine, Division of Surgery and Clinical Neuroscience, Oslo University Hospital – Rikshospitalet, Oslo, Norway Abstract: Recent theoretical accounts of addiction have acknowledged that addiction to substances and behaviors share inherent similarities (eg, insensitivity to future consequences and self-regulatory deficits. This recognition is corroborated by inquiries into the neurobiological correlates of addiction, which has indicated that different manifestations of addictive pathology share common neural mechanisms. This review of the literature will explore the feasibility of the somatic marker hypothesis as a unifying explanatory framework of the decision-making deficits that are believed to be involved in addiction development and maintenance. The somatic marker hypothesis provides a neuroanatomical and cognitive framework of decision making, which posits that decisional processes are biased toward long-term prospects by emotional marker signals engendered by a neuronal architecture comprising both cortical and subcortical circuits. Addicts display markedly impulsive and compulsive behavioral patterns that might be understood as manifestations of decision-making processes that fail to take into account the long-term consequences of actions. Evidence demonstrates that substance dependence, pathological gambling, and Internet addiction are characterized by structural and functional abnormalities in neural regions, as outlined by the somatic marker hypothesis. Furthermore, both substance dependents and behavioral addicts show similar impairments on a measure of decision making that is sensitive to somatic marker functioning. The decision-making deficits that characterize addiction might exist a priori to addiction development; however, they may be worsened by ingestion of substances with

  15. Postmenopausal vaginal atrophy: evaluation of treatment with local estrogen therapy

    Minkin MJ


    Full Text Available Mary Jane Minkin,1 Ricardo Maamari,2 Suzanne Reiter3 1Department of Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, USA; 2Novo Nordisk Inc., Plainsboro, NJ, USA; 3Mid-County Health Center, Largo, FL, USA Abstract: Postmenopausal vaginal atrophy, resulting from decreased estrogen production, frequently requires treatment. Estrogen preparations provide the most effective treatment; local application is preferred to systemic drugs when treating only vaginal symptoms. As local estrogen therapies have comparable efficacy, this study aimed to understand treatment practices, assess experiences with different forms of local estrogen-delivering applicators, and evaluate satisfaction. Women who were US residents aged ≥18 years, menopausal (no spontaneous menstrual period for ≥1 year or with a double oophorectomy, and receiving local estrogen therapy for 1–6 months (vaginal cream [supplied with a reusable applicator] or vaginal tablets [supplied with a single-use/disposable applicator], completed an online questionnaire. Data from 200 women (100 cream users and 100 tablet users; mean therapy duration 3.48 months showed that most stored medication in the room in which it was applied (88% and applied it at bedtime (71%, a procedure for which cream users required, on average, more than twice the time of tablet users (5.08 minutes versus 2.48 minutes. Many cream users applied larger-than-prescribed amounts of cream, attempting to achieve greater efficacy (42%, or lower-than-recommended doses (45%, most frequently to avoid messiness (33% or leakage (30%. More tablet users (69% than cream users (14% were "extremely satisfied" with their applicator. Postmenopausal women using local estrogen therapy were generally more satisfied with the application of vaginal tablets than cream. Patient satisfaction may help to facilitate accurate dosing. Positive perceptions of medication will help to optimize treatment, which

  16. Small sets of interacting proteins suggest functional linkage mechanisms via Bayesian analogical reasoning.

    Airoldi, Edoardo M; Heller, Katherine A; Silva, Ricardo



  17. [Clinical and endoscopic features of a selected population with serrated colorectal adenomas in a private clinic in Lima - Peru].

    Castillo, Ofelia; Barreda, Carlos; Recavarren, Sixto; Barriga, José A; Salazar M, Fernando; Yriberry, Simón; Barriga, Eduardo; Salazar C, Fernando


    To describe the clinical and endoscopic caracteristics of a population that has only serrated polyps of colon (mainly sessile serrated adenomas) in a private clinic in Lima, Perú, from 2009-2011. Retrospective study conducted at the endoscopy center of Clinic Ricardo Palma, Lima, Peru. Olympus colonoscope was used with high definition, including NBI (narrow band imaging) and electronic magnification. Patients had pathologic diagnosis of “polyps and / or colorectal serrated adenomas” and excluded those with synchronous tubular or villous adenomas. Images were evaluated by two endoscopists and then by a third gastroenterologist. We found 201 serrated polyps in 108 patients. Women were 60.2% and overweight predominated. Eighty (74.1%) had only one serrated adenoma and 23 (21.3%) with at least one synchronous hyperplastic polyp. The average size of sessile serrated adenomas was 5.12 mm (± 3.87 DS) and the flat type was 91 (58.7%). There were significant differences in the diameter of sessile serrated adenomas between the distal and proximal colon (4.47 mm ± 2.23 vs. 6.90 mm ± 6.25; p<0.000). The common features of sessile serrated adenomas were: White (31/36, 86.1%), smooth (28/36, 77.8%) and regular margins (26/36, 72.2%). There was a relationship between vascular pattern according NBI and serrated polyp histology (p=0.024). The endoscopic features of sessile serrated adenomas can evade detection to white light. NBI is a useful tool to define some features of these lesions.

  18. Simulation of the fuel consumption benefits of various transmission arrangements and control strategies within a flywheel based mechanical hybrid system

    Body, William; Brockbank, Chris [Torotrak (Development) Ltd. (United Kingdom)


    Flywheel based mechanical hybrid technology is being developed for both motorsport and mainstream automotive applications. One particular road car application project, part funded by the UK Government Technology Strategy Board, is being led by Jaguar Land Rover, managed by Prodrive and using advanced technology from Flybrid Systems, Ford, Ricardo. Torotrak and Xtrac. During the two year programme, the group will develop the new technology and build a demonstrator vehicle equipped with the system. The mechanical system recovers kinetic energy from the vehicle during braking to a high speed rotating flywheel via a variable drive system. When compared to an electric motor / battery arrangement, the mechanical hybrid system offers benefits in cost, weight, package, efficiency and ultimately vehicle fuel consumption. As part of the development and optimisation process in order to specify the road car system, all aspects of the mechanical hybrid system are under investigation by the group. Alongside the required quantity of energy storage and the rates of energy recovery and reapplication, a number of different physical architectures for the system are being analysed. The Torotrak full-toroidal traction drive has been assigned as the variable drive element of the mechanical hybrid system. Multiple configuration options are available including direct drive, epicyclic shunted, range extended CVT and epicyclic shunted IVT arrangements. In addition, the flywheel and variable drive system can be connected to the powertrain in a variety of different locations, from the engine through the powertrain to the wheels. This paper describes the simulation of the mechanical hybrid system with particular focus on the impact on the fuel consumption benefit, over multiple drive cycles, of the variable drive configuration, the location of the variable drive and flywheel system and the control strategy options. (orig.)

  19. Late- versus early-onset geriatric depression in a memory research center

    Carol Dillon


    Full Text Available Carol Dillon1, Ricardo F Allegri2, Cecilia M Serrano1, Mónica Iturry1, Pablo Salgado1, Frank B Glaser1, Fernando E Taragano21Memory Research Center, Department of Neurology, Hospital General Abel Zubizarreta, GCBA Buenos Aires, Argentina; 2Department of Neuropsychology (SIREN, CEMIC University, Buenos Aires, ArgentinaObjective: To contrast early-onset (<60 years and late-onset (>60 years depression in geriatric patients by evaluating differences in cognition, vascular comorbidity and sociological risk factors. Both patient groups were compared with normal subjects.Materials and methods: We recruited 76 patients with depressive symptoms (37 late onset and 39 early onset and 17 normal controls matched by age and educational level. All subjects were assessed using a semistructured neuropsychiatric interview and an extensive neuropsychological battery. Vascular and sociological risk factors were also evaluated.Results: We found a significant variation in performance between depressive patients and normal controls in most cognitive functions, especially memory (P < 0.0001, semantic fluency (P < 0.0001, verbal fluency, and digit-symbol (P < 0.0001. Late-onset depression patients scored lower and exhibited more severe impairment in memory domains than early-onset depression patients (P < 0.05. Cholesterol levels and marital status were significantly (P < 0.05 different between the depressive groups. Both depressed groups (early- and lateonset were more inactive than controls (P < 0.05; odds ratio: 6.02.Conclusion: Geriatric depression may be a manifestation of brain degeneration, and the initial symptom of a dementia. It is important to consider this in the treatment of patients that exhibit late-onset depressive symptoms.Keywords: early- and late-onset depression, geriatrics, cognition

  20. Experimental study of dual fuel engine performance using variable LPG composition and engine parameters

    Elnajjar, Emad; Selim, Mohamed Y.E.; Hamdan, Mohammad O.


    Highlights: • The effect of using variable LPG is studied. • Five fuels with propane to butane % volume ratio are: 100-70-55-25-0. • 100% Propane composition shows the highest noise levels with similar performance. • At 45° BTDC injection timing 55% Propane LPG the only fuel experience knocking. • LPG fuels gave similar engine performance, with differences in levels of noise. - Abstract: The present work investigates experimentally the effect of LPG fuel with different composition and engine parameters on the performance of a dual compression engine. Five different blends of LPG fuels are used with Propane to Butane volume ratio of 100:0, 70:30, 55:45, 25:75, and 0:100. A single cylinder, naturally aspirated, four strokes, indirectly injected, water cooled modified Ricardo E6 engine, is used in this study. The study is carried out by measuring the cylinder pressure, engine load, engine speed, crank angle, and the fuel’s flow rate. The engine performance under variable LPG fuel composition, engine load, pilot fuel injection timing, compression ratio, pilot fuel mass and engine speed, are estimated by comparing the following engine parameters: the cylinder maximum pressure, the indicated mean effective pressure, the maximum rate of pressure rise, and the thermal efficiency. The experimental data indicates that the engine parameters are playing a major role on the engine’s performance. Different LPG fuel composition did not show a major effect on the engine efficiency but directly impacted the levels of generated combustion noise

  1. Mayaro virus: the jungle flu

    Izurieta RO


    Full Text Available Ricardo O Izurieta,1 David A DeLacure,1 Andres Izurieta,2 Ismael A Hoare,1 Miguel Reina Ortiz,1,3 1Department of Global Health, College of Public Health, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA; 2Department of Computer Science and Engineering, College of Engineering, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA; 3Fundación Raíces, Esmeraldas, Ecuador Abstract: Mayaro fever is an emerging acute viral disease endemic in Central and South America. Mayaro virus (MAYV is classified in the Semliki Forest virus antigenic complex and shares similarities with the alphavirus Chikungunya virus and the flavivirus Dengue virus. MAYV is an arbovirus transmitted by Haemagogus janthinomys, with competence also demonstrated in Aedes aegypti, Aedes scapularis, and Anopheles quadrimaculatus. Outbreaks and small epidemics of Mayaro fever have occurred in several countries in northern South America and the Caribbean. In addition, travel-associated cases have been reported in European nationals returning from endemic areas. Clinical features of Mayaro fever include fever, chills, persistent arthralgia, retro-orbital pain, maculopapular rash, itching, dizziness, and, rarely, lymphadenopathy. Methods of control for MAYV are similar to those used for other sylvatic arboviruses. Although MAYV was discovered as long ago as the 1950s and continues to be prevalent in the tropical areas of the Americas, it remains neglected and under-studied. This paper provides a thorough and current review of the published MAYV literature ranging from its original description to modern outbreaks, and from the basic virus characteristics to the clinical and epidemiological aspects of this disease. Keywords: Mayaro virus, emerging arbovirus, dengue-like virus, arthrogenic virus

  2. Razón y amor en la teología medieval incipiente: Aproximación desde la confluencia de las fuentes griegas y latinas

    Anneliese Meis


    Full Text Available El presente estudio escoje un período de gran envergadura teológica y excepcionalmente sensible al problema razón y amor. En el siglo XII se va gestando la subjetividad moderna, de tanta relevancia para la Teología, pero, sobre todo, se produce aquella confluencia de fuentes latinas y griegas, que como problema requiere máxima atención, ya que su recepción patrística medieval es vital para la búsqueda de la verdad a través de la ciencia. Se estudian siete autores que remontan al siglo XII: -Hildegard von Bingen, Guillermo de St. Thierry, Ricardo de San Víctor-, pero tres le preceden: -Gregorio Magno, Juan Escoto Eriúgena, Anselmo de Canterbury- y uno los complementa: Buenaventura. La elección de estos autores ha permitido seguir de cerca la articulación del problema, su contextualización y las soluciones novedosas, de gran riqueza antropológica teológicaThis study selects a period of great theological depth and particularty sensitive to the issue of reason and love. The modern subjectivity, which has had enormous relevance for Theology, started to germinate during the XII century; the times of the convergence of the Latin and Greek sources. This required much attention, as their reception by the medieval patristic is essential for a proper search of the truth through the science. The article focuses on seven authors who date from the XII century. Hildegard von Binger, Willian of St. Thierry, Richard of Saint Victor, who are preceded by Gregory the Greta, John Scotus Eriungena, Anselm of Canterbury and Bonaventure. The selecction of these authors allows a close articulation of the problem, its contextualisation and novel solutions of great theological and anthropological richness

  3. Physical exercise is effective in preventing cigarette smoke-induced pulmonary oxidative response in mice

    Nesi RT


    Full Text Available Renata Tiscoski Nesi,1 Priscila Soares de Souza,1 Giulia Pedroso dos Santos,1 Anand Thirupathi,1 Bruno T Menegali,1 Paulo Cesar Lock Silveira,1 Luciano Acordi da Silva,1 Samuel Santos Valença,2 Ricardo Aurino Pinho11Laboratory of Exercise Biochemistry and Physiology, Graduate Program in Health Sciences, Health Sciences Unit, Universidade do Extremo Sul Catarinense, Criciúma, SC, Brazil; 2Biomedical Science Institute, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, BrazilAbstract: Reactive oxygen species (ROS are important in the pathogenesis of pulmonary injury induced by cigarette smoke (CS exposure, and physical exercise (Ex is useful in combating impaired oxidative process. We verified the preventive effects of Ex on lung oxidative markers induced by smoking. In this study, 36 mice (C57BL-6, 30–35 g were split into four groups: control, CS, Ex, and CS plus Ex. Ex groups were given prior physical training in water (2×30 min/d, 5 days/wk, 8 weeks. After training, the CS groups were subjected to passive exposure to four cigarettes, 3 × per day, for 60 consecutive days. After 24 hours from the last exposure, CS animals were sacrificed, and lung samples were collected for further analysis. Left lung sample was prepared for histological analysis, and right lung was used for biochemical analysis (superoxide, hydroxyproline, lipid peroxidation [thiobarbituric acid reactive species], protein carbonylation [carbonyl groups formation], superoxide dismutase [SOD], catalase [CAT], and glutathione peroxidase [GPx] activities. Group comparisons were evaluated by analysis of variance (ANOVA. Results were expressed as mean ± standard deviation, with P<0.05 considered significantly different. Preventive Ex impeded histological changes and increased the enzymatic defense system (SOD and GPx by reducing oxidative damage in lipids and proteins. This preventive effect of prior physical Ex alleviates damage caused by CS exposure.Keywords: exercise

  4. Empujados hacia la muerte. Guiones trágicos para los hombres que aman a otros hombres.

    Miguel Arroyo Fernández


    Full Text Available Pensadores como Michel Foucault,  Judith Butler o Ricardo Llamas, han llamado la atención acerca de la estrecha relación que se establece en la cultura occidental entre la homosexualidad y la muerte, lo cual se manifiesta en sus creaciones culturales. Otro rasgo que caracteriza la politica sexual predominante es la desvirtuación de la bisexualidad originaria del ser humano, a través del establecimiento de dos categorías excluyentes: homosexual y heterosexual. Con objeto de verificar cómo todo ello se refleja en nuestros discursos cinematográficos se ha escogido un corpus amplio de películas  europeas y norteamericanas, de todas las épocas, que incluyen en su relato un evento específico: el de la muerte de uno o varios personajes que mantienen relaciones sexuales con personas de su mismo sexo. Se han detectado varias líneas narrativas que se repiten, de las cuales se han incluido aquí ejemplos de las siguientes: la perplejidad el hombre ante su propia ambivalencia sexual y su trágico destino cuando infringe la norma heterosexista; la muerte social, el suicidio y las conductas autodestructivas; la ejecución del sodomita; el asesinato del homosexual como resultado del clima de homofobia, la muerte del homosexual malvado; la eliminación del intruso en la relación heterosexual. Se concluye que, efectivamente, el cine es un agente activo en la difusión de narrativas que asocian estrechamente la homosexualidad con la muerte.

  5. The impact of limbic system morphology on facial emotion recognition in bipolar I disorder and healthy controls

    Bio DS


    Full Text Available Danielle Soares Bio,1 Márcio Gerhardt Soeiro-de-Souza,1 Maria Concepción Garcia Otaduy,2 Rodrigo Machado-Vieira,3 Ricardo Alberto Moreno11Mood Disorders Unit, 2Institute of Radiology, Department and Institute of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil; 3Experimental Therapeutics and Pathophysiology Branch (ETPB, National Institute of Mental Health, NIMH NIH, Bethesda, MD, USAIntroduction: Impairments in facial emotion recognition (FER have been reported in bipolar disorder (BD subjects during all mood states. This study aims to investigate the impact of limbic system morphology on FER scores in BD subjects and healthy controls.Material and methods: Thirty-nine euthymic BD I (type I subjects and 40 healthy controls were subjected to a battery of FER tests and examined with 3D structural imaging of the amygdala and hippocampus.Results: The volume of these structures demonstrated a differential pattern of influence on FER scores in BD subjects and controls. In our control sample, larger left and right amygdala demonstrated to be associated to less recognition of sadness faces. In BD group, there was no impact of amygdala volume on FER but we observed a negative impact of the left hippocampus volume in the recognition of happiness while the right hippocampus volume positively impacted on the scores of happiness.Conclusion: Our results indicate that amygdala and hippocampus volumes have distinct effects on FER in BD subjects compared to controls. Knowledge of the neurobiological basis of the illness may help to provide further insights on the role of treatments and psychosocial interventions for BD. Further studies should explore how these effects of amygdala and hippocampus volumes on FER are associated with social networks and social network functioning.Keywords: bipolar disorder, social cognition, facial emotion recognition

  6. Effects of piston surface treatments on performance and emissions of a methanol-fueled, direct injection, stratified charge engine

    West, B.; Green, J.B. [Oak Ridge National Lab., TN (United States)


    The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of thermal barrier coatings and/or surface treatments on the performance and emissions of a methanol-fueled, direct-injection, stratified-charge (DISC) engine. A Ricardo Hydra Mark III engine was used for this work and in previous experiments at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). The primary focus of the study was to examine the effects of various piston insert surface treatments on hydrocarbon (HC) and oxides of nitrogen (NO{sub x}) emissions. Previous studies have shown that engines of this class have a tendency to perform poorly at low loads and have high unburned fuel emissions. A blank aluminum piston was modified to employ removable piston bowl inserts. Four different inserts were tested in the experiment: aluminum, stainless steel with a 1.27-mm (0.050-in.) air gap (to act as a thermal barrier), and two stainless steel/air-gap inserts with coatings. Two stainless steel inserts were dimensionally modified to account for the coating thickness (1.27-mm) and coated identically with partially stabilized zirconia (PSZ). One of the coated inserts then had an additional seal-coat applied. The coated inserts were otherwise identical to the stainless steel/air-gap insert (i.e., they employed the same 1.27-mm air gap). Thermal barrier coatings were employed in an attempt to increase combustion chamber surface temperatures, thereby reducing wall quenching and promoting more complete combustion of the fuel in the quench zone. The seal-coat was applied to the zirconia to reduce the surface porosity; previous research suggested that despite the possibly higher surface temperatures obtainable with a ceramic coating, the high surface area of a plasma-sprayed coating may actually allow fuel to adhere to the surface and increase the unburned fuel emissions and fuel consumption.

  7. Reseñas y Notas Bibliográficas

    Hermes Tovar Pinzón Tovar Pinzón


    Full Text Available Jorge Juan y Antonio de Ulloa, Noticias Secretas de América (Edición Facsimilar, Biblioteca Banco Popular, Bogotá 1983 2 volúmenes 707 pp. / Bernardo Tovar Zambrano, La Colonia en la Historiografía Colombiana, Edit. La Carreta, Medellín, 1984,193 págs. / David Bushnell. Eduardo Santos y la Política del Buen Vecino. Bogotá El Ancora Editores, 1984. / Ricardo Sánchez: Historia Política de la clase obrera. Editorial La Rosa Roja, Bogotá 1982. / Gonzalo Sánchez Donny Meertens: bandoleros, gamonales y campesinos el caso de la violencia en Colombia prologo de Eric j. Hobsbawm (el angora editores, Bogotá, 1983,255 paginas. / Marco Palacios. El Café en Colombia. 1850-1970. Una Historia Económica, Social y Política. El Colegio de México. El Ancora Editores. Bogotá 1983. Segunda Edición corregida y aumentada. / Nina S. de Friedemann y Carlos Patifio Rosselli, Lengua y Sociedad en el Palenque de San Basilio (Bogotá 1983, Publicaciones del Instituto Caro y Cuervo, mapas, fotografías, 300 pp.. / Documentos para la historia de la insurrección comunera en la Provincia de Antioquia, 1765-1785 (Medellín 1982, Universidad de Antioquia, departamento de Historia,.620 pp.. / Manual Lucena Salmoral, EI memorial de don Salvador Plata, Los comuneros y los movimientos antirreformistas (Bogotá 1982, Instituto colombiano de cultura hispánica, 316 pp.. / Juan Marchena Fernández, Oficiales y Soldados en el ejercito de América (Sevilla, 1983, Escuela de Estudios Hispanoamericanos, apéndices, gráficos, 400 pp.. / Eduardo Pérez 0., Guerra Irregular en la Independencia 1810- 1830 (Tunja 1982, Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia, ilustraciones, 468 pp..

  8. Cognitive reserve and Aβ1-42 in mild cognitive impairment (Argentina-Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative

    Harris P


    Full Text Available Paula Harris,1,2 Marcos Fernandez Suarez,1 Ezequiel I Surace,1,2 Patricio Chrem Méndez,1 María Eugenia Martín,1 María Florencia Clarens,1 Fernanda Tapajóz,1,2 Maria Julieta Russo,1 Jorge Campos,1 Salvador M Guinjoan,1,2 Gustavo Sevlever,1 Ricardo F Allegri1,2 1Instituto de Investigaciones Neurológicas, 2Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas, Buenos Aires, Argentina Background: The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between cognitive reserve and concentration of Aβ1-42 in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF of patients with mild cognitive impairment, those with Alzheimer’s disease, and in control subjects. Methods: Thirty-three participants from the Argentina-Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative database completed a cognitive battery, the Cognitive Reserve Questionnaire (CRQ, and an Argentinian accentuation reading test (TAP-BA as a measure of premorbid intelligence, and underwent lumbar puncture for CSF biomarker quantification. Results: The CRQ significantly correlated with TAP-BA, education, and Aβ1-42. When considering Aβ1-42 levels, significant differences were found in CRQ scores; higher levels of CSF Aβ1-42 were associated with higher CRQ scores. Conclusion: Reduced Aβ1-42 in CSF is considered as evidence of amyloid deposition in the brain. Previous results suggest that individuals with higher education, higher occupational attainment, and participation in leisure activities (cognitive reserve have a reduced risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Our results support the notion that enhanced neural activity has a protective role in mild cognitive impairment, as evidenced by higher CSF Aβ1-42 levels in individuals with more cognitive reserve. Keywords: amyloid, biomarkers, cerebrospinal fluid, Alzheimer’s disease 

  9. [History from neuropsychology to cognitive neurosciences in Argentina].

    Allegri, Ricardo F; Bagnatti, Pablo


    The first step from the neuropsychology in Argentina was in 1883 with the thesis of Antonio Piñeiro about the brain localization of the language and vision disorders, only few years after Broca. The aim of this work has been to describe the development of the neuropsychology in Argentina and its relation with the psychology, neurology and psychiatry. The first period was into the neurology with its French school in?uence. In 1907, Jose Ingeniero published in French his book about "amusia", Cristofredo Jakob the "folia neurobiologica" where he described the organization of the human brain, Vicente Dimitri in 1933 his book "aphasia" and Bernardo de Quiros in 1959 his works about dyslexia. The psychiatry at the hospices with the German influence from Jakob developed to the modern neuropsychiatry with Juan Carlos Goldar. The argentine school of psychology by the holism and the psychoanalysis influence do not accept the neuropsychology until 1960 where was included at the school of psychology from the university of Buenos Aires (UBA) with the first linguistics works of Juan Azcoaga. At the 80, began the North American influence of the neurology with authors like Carlos Mangone (dementia), Ramon Leiguarda (apraxia), Sergio Starkstein (depression and apathy) and Ricardo Allegri (memory and Alzheimer). In 1982 the Argentine Neuropsychological Society was founded and in 1987 was the working group of dementia from the Argentine Neurological Society. At this moment, Aldo Ferreres organized the chair of neuropsychology at the school of psychology (UBA). Nowadays, the growing as discipline is in context of the psychology, neurology and psychiatry in the way of the recent cognitive neurosciences.

  10. Quality of life of glaucoma patients under medical therapy with different prostaglandins

    Paletta Guedes RA


    Full Text Available Ricardo Augusto Paletta Guedes,1–3 Vanessa Maria Paletta Guedes,1–3, Sirley Maria Freitas,2 Alfredo Chaoubah11Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Juiz de Fora, Minas Gerais, Brazil; 2Paletta Guedes Ophthalmological Center, Juiz de Fora, MG, Brazil; 3Santa Casa de Misericórdia Hospital, Juiz de Fora, Minas Gerais, BrazilPurpose: To assess the quality of life of glaucoma patients under medical therapy with different prostaglandin analogs.Methods: A cross-sectional study of consecutive glaucoma patients was designed. We assessed the patients' quality of life through the Brazilian 25-question version of the National Eye Institute Visual Functioning Questionnaire, comprising 12 subscales (general health, general vision, ocular pain, near vision, distance vision, social function, mental health, role limitations, dependency, driving, color vision, and peripheral vision and a total composite score. Clinical features, including current medical treatment, were obtained from each patient's medical record. Three groups of patients were identified according to the prostaglandin in use: bimatoprost, latanoprost, or travoprost. The main outcome measures were: mean score in each subscale and mean total composite score.Results: The mean total composite score for the whole group was 70.60. The bimatoprost, latanoprost, and travoprost groups had the following mean composite scores, respectively: 56.56, 77.36, and 71.08 (P = 0.001, analysis of variance [ANOVA]. Latanoprost and travoprost results were similar, and both were superior to bimatoprost. Most subscales had similar results. The subscale with the lowest score for all groups was general health. Groups were homogenous and comparable.Conclusion: There is a difference in the quality of life between glaucoma patients using prostaglandin analogs. It seems that bimatoprost users have lower QoL when compared to latanoprost and travoprost users.Keywords: glaucoma, medical treatment, prostaglandin analogs

  11. From Ecology to Finance (and Back?): A Review on Entropy-Based Null Models for the Analysis of Bipartite Networks

    Straka, Mika J.; Caldarelli, Guido; Squartini, Tiziano; Saracco, Fabio


    Bipartite networks provide an insightful representation of many systems, ranging from mutualistic networks of species interactions to investment networks in finance. The analyses of their topological structures have revealed the ubiquitous presence of properties which seem to characterize many—apparently different—systems. Nestedness, for example, has been observed in biological plant-pollinator as well as in country-product exportation networks. Due to the interdisciplinary character of complex networks, tools developed in one field, for example ecology, can greatly enrich other areas of research, such as economy and finance, and vice versa. With this in mind, we briefly review several entropy-based bipartite null models that have been recently proposed and discuss their application to real-world systems. The focus on these models is motivated by the fact that they show three very desirable features: analytical character, general applicability, and versatility. In this respect, entropy-based methods have been proven to perform satisfactorily both in providing benchmarks for testing evidence-based null hypotheses and in reconstructing unknown network configurations from partial information. Furthermore, entropy-based models have been successfully employed to analyze ecological as well as economic systems. As an example, the application of entropy-based null models has detected early-warning signals, both in economic and financial systems, of the 2007-2008 world crisis. Moreover, they have revealed a statistically-significant export specialization phenomenon of country export baskets in international trade, a result that seems to reconcile Ricardo's hypothesis in classical economics with recent findings on the (empirical) diversification industrial production at the national level. Finally, these null models have shown that the information contained in the nestedness is already accounted for by the degree sequence of the corresponding graphs.

  12. Design of a nanostructured lipid carrier intended to improve the treatment of tuberculosis

    Pinheiro M


    Full Text Available Marina Pinheiro,1,* Ricardo Ribeiro,1,* Alexandre Vieira,1,* Fernanda Andrade,2 Salette Reis1 1IUCIBIO, REQUIMTE, Chemistry Department, Faculty of Pharmacy, 2Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Technology, Department of Drug Sciences, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal *These authors contributed equally to this work Abstract: This work aimed to design, develop, and characterize a lipid nanocarrier system for the selective delivery of rifabutin (RFB to alveolar macrophages. Lipid nanoparticles, specifically nanostructured lipid carriers (NLC, were synthetized by the high-shear homogenization and ultrasonication techniques. These nanoparticles were designed to exhibit both passive and active targeting strategies to be efficiently internalized by the alveolar macrophages, traffic to the acidified phagosomes and phagolysosomes, and release bactericidal concentrations of the antituberculosis drug intracellularly. NLC that could entrap RFB were prepared, characterized, and further functionalized with mannose. Particles’ diameter, zeta potential, morphology, drug% entrapping efficiency, and drug release kinetics were evaluated. The mannose coating process was confirmed by Fourier transform infrared. Further, the cytotoxicity of the formulations was evaluated by 3-(4,5-dimethylthiazol-2-yl-2,5 diphenyltetrazolium bromide (MTT assay in A549, Calu-3, and Raw 264.7 cells. The diameter of NLC formulations was found to be in the range of 175–213 nm, and drug entrapping efficiency was found to be above 80%. In addition, high storage stability for the formulations was expected since they maintained the initial characteristics for 6 months. Moreover, the drug release was pH-sensitive, with a faster drug release at acidic pH than at neutral pH. These results pose a strong argument that the developed nanocarrier can be explored as a promising carrier for safer and more efficient management of tuberculosis by exploiting the pulmonary route of

  13. Violência, culpa e ato: causas e efeitos subjetivos em adolescentes

    Henrique Figueiredo Carneiro


    Full Text Available Este trabalho apresenta um relato de pesquisa realizada sobre a violência e o adolescente, evidenciando o objetivo, as causas e os efeitos subjetivos que desencadeiam a violência na atualidade. Apresenta também uma investigação qualitativa com referencial teórico-conceitual da psicanálise, em destaque os conceitos de mal-estar, lei, anomia, limites, laços sociais, necessidade, desejo, culpa, passagem ao ato, individualismo, discurso capitalista, amor, vida e morte. Foram utilizados fotografias e fragmentos de filmes apresentados aos adolescentes inseridos no projeto Pró-jovem, desenvolvido na cidade de Maracanaú, Ceará, Brasil. As análises confirmaram os pressupostos da pesquisa de que a violência guarda relação direta com a ineficácia dos discursos normativos, que a culpa não comparece em consequência dos atos desfechados contra o próximo e que o sujeito não se guia por uma referência mítica do representante da lei.(* Colaboradores da pesquisa: doutora Marta Gerez Ambertín (Universidad de Santiago del Estero - Argentina; mestra em Psicologia Márcia Batista dos Santos (Universidade de Fortaleza - Brasil; alunos de Mestrado em Psicologia: Thiago Costa Matos Carneiro da Cunha (Labio, Rossana Vaz Borja (Labio, Carla Renata Braga de Souza (Labio/Leipcs, Lisieux D’Jesus Luzia de Araújo Rocha (Labio/Otium - Universidade de Fortaleza - Brasil; graduado em Psicologia Marcus Vinicius Ximenes Rocha (Universidade de Fortaleza – Brasil; bolsista de I. C. CNPq: Ricardo Pinheiro Maia Júnior; bolsista de I. C. Funcap: Rayana Silva Lima (Universidade de Fortaleza. Projeto apoiado pelo CNPq por meio de Bolsa de Produtividade em Pesquisa concedida ao Prof. Dr. Henrique Figueiredo Carneiro.

  14. How we went digital without a strategy.

    Semler, R


    Once you say what business you're in, you put your employees into a mental straitjacket and hand them a ready-made excuse for ignoring new opportunities. So rather than dictate his company's identity, Ricardo Semler--the majority owner of Semco in São Paulo, Brazil--lets his employees shape it through their individual efforts and interests. "I don't know what Semco is," he writes in this first-person account of his company's expansion from manufacturing to Internet services. "Nor do I want to know." Ten years ago, Semco employees who were selling cooling towers to owners of large commercial buildings heard customers complain about the high cost of maintaining the towers. The salespeople proposed a new business in cooling-tower maintenance, and the venture is now a $30 million property-management business. That initiative led to the creation, with Semco's support, of an on-line exchange to facilitate the management of commercial construction projects. The exchange is revolutionizing the construction process in Brazil and has become a springboard for further Web initiatives such as virtual trade shows. The author shares some of the lessons he has learned along the way: Forget about the top line. Never stop being a start-up. Don't be a nanny (treat your employees like adults). Let talent find its place. Make decisions quickly and openly when it comes to reviewing proposals for new businesses. And partner promiscuously: "Our partners," Semler says, "are as much a part of our company as our employees."


    Henry Manuel Mora Jiménez


    Full Text Available Adam Smith se maravilló con los resultados de la división del trabajo y del cambio desarrollado en una economía de mercado (el mecanismo de la “mano invisible”; pero llamó la atención sobre los límites a largo plazo del proceso capitalista de acumulación, que parecía imponer una tendencia a la baja de las ganancias.David Ricardo fue un firme defensor del libre comercio y propuso la teoría de las “ventajas comparativas”, pero avanzó el descubrimiento del fundamento económico de la lucha de clases, que él ubicó en la pugna distributiva por el “producto neto” y en la ley de los rendimientos decrecientes.John Stuart Mill realizó una síntesis sincrética de la Escuela clásica inglesa y del desarrollo capitalista hasta mediados del siglo XIX, pero incorporó en su marco conceptual la contradicción entre la producción y la distribución (la eficiencia y la equidad, y adelantó la teoría del “estado estacionario”.Karl Marx reconoció e incluso elogió, la “misión histórica civilizadora” del capitalismo y el gigantesco desarrollo de las fuerzas productivas que el mismo ha hecho posible, pero dedicó gran parte de su vida a demostrar científicamente los efectos autodestructivos sobre el ser humano y sobre la naturaleza que el capitalismo conlleva en sus entrañas.

  16. Research Networks: a fundamental value-added for scientific communication / Redes de investigación: un valor agregado fundamental para la comunicación científica

    Wilson López López


    Full Text Available This edition of Universitas Psychologica has a special value because it is the result of a collaborative work with a research group from the Universidad de La Frontera led by Ricardo Perez Luco, Jaime Alfaro and Beatriz Paes from Chile, who organized the “First International Seminar of Juvenile Justice. Be and Ought to be of the public policy” a meeting that brought together world leading researchers in order to investigate an emerging and critical problem in our societies, such as the juvenile justice. We accep their proposals after agreeing the compliance of our demands of peer review and think that we are a trusted international academic channel. The first 14 articles of this edition were the result of an exhaustive peer-review evaluation, which have guaranteed quality. We hope readers will recognize the building of the theme proposed. This edition contains articles from universities and institutions of Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, The United States, Spain, Italy, France and Mexico.Moreover, I would like to mention the importance of our panorama section in which we are publishing interviews with world leading academics such as Professor Mario Bunge, one of the most influential living philosophers of our time (authorof the Treaty of Philosophy 1974-1989 “one of the most ambitious projects of modern philosophy” and of numerous, influential and provocative books on multiple topics of the contemporary society; and recently with Kenneth Gergen, a theorist who has significantly substantiated the social constructivist psychology and critical perspectives associated with this. There are also interviews with psychologistswho have made contributions to psychology, as Fernando González Rey. Universitas will continue publishing these types of articles for discussion and reflection, as well as a quality research, and we invite our readers and authors to evaluate the presentation of this kind of contributions.

  17. Inventar o passado, construir o futuro: São Paulo entre nacionalismos e cosmopolitismos nas primeiras décadas do século 20

    Joana Mello de Carvalho e Silva


    Full Text Available O artigo aponta como a questão do estilo mais adequado para São Paulo estava inserida no debate autorizado de engenheiros e arquitetos, ao mesmo tempo em que animava a discussão entre intelectuais e o público leigo. A partir dos textos do jornalista e escritor modernista Menotti del Picchia (1892-1988 e do arquiteto russo Gregori Warchavchik (1896-1972, publicados sobretudo no jornal Correio Paulistano, bem como os do escritor e editor Monteiro Lobato (1884-1948 e do engenheiro português Ricardo Severo (1869-1940, veiculados n’O Estado de S. Paulo, e ainda das crônicas do crítico e poeta Mário de Andrade (1893-1945, divulgadas no Diário Nacional, percebe-se que o tema da fisionomia daquela cidade em plena marcha de progresso alimenta a construção do discurso acerca da nacionalidade e da modernidade artística, nas primeiras décadas do século 20. Tal debate ocorre em um campo de investigação e experimentação artísticas intensas, que se dá no embate entre a idealização universalista, a defesa radical da modernidade artística, o tradicionalismo conservador e o patriotismo tacanho.

  18. Infectious crystalline keratopathy caused by Cladosporium sp. after penetrating keratoplasty: a case report

    Stock RA


    Full Text Available Ricardo Alexandre Stock,1 Elcio Luiz Bonamigo,2 Emeline Cadore,3 Rafael Allan Oechsler4 1Corneal Transplant Section, Santa Terezinha University Hospital, 2Department of Ophthalmology and Bioethics, 3University of Western Santa Catarina, Joaçaba, 4Cornea Department, Oftalmo Center Blumenau, Blumenau, Santa Catarina, Brazil Background: Infectious crystalline keratopathy is a rare, progressive infection characterized by the insidious progression of branches and crystalline corneal opacities with minimal or no inflammation. This case report describes the evolution of an infectious crystalline keratopathy caused by Cladosporium sp., which developed after tectonic keratoplasty in a patient with a history of ocular trauma.Case presentation: A 40-year-old Brazilian male was the victim of firework-induced trauma to the left eye, which resulted in a corneal laceration that could not be sutured as well as a severe traumatic cataract. The patient underwent penetrating keratoplasty and phacoemulsification. During postoperative follow-up, another therapeutic keratoplasty was required because unresponsive infectious keratitis was observed. The infiltrate’s characteristics were suggestive of infectious crystalline keratopathy; in particular, the infiltrate was insidious and progressive, and grayish-white branches appeared in the anterior corneal stroma. As different therapies were administered, inflammatory reactions ranging from mild to severe were observed. The infection was unresponsive to typical antifungal drugs. This lack of response most likely occurred due to steroid treatment and the diffuse corneal spread of an atypical microorganism, which was subsequently identified in culture as Cladosporium sp. After the second therapeutic keratoplasty, the patient’s eye integrity was successfully reestablished.Conclusion: This study likely provides the first report describing a case of infectious crystalline keratopathy caused by Cladosporium sp. This case


    Carolina Julieta Fernández


    Full Text Available This paper is a comparative analysis of the Logica Campsale Anglici, valde utilis et realis contra Ocham, from an anonymous author known as pseudo Richard of Campsall, and Ockham’s Summa logicae, in answer to which the former was written. We summarize both authors’s fundamental positions on five key issues: 1 the synonymy between abstract and concrete terms, 2 the reference of primary and secondary intentions, 3 the nature of the relations of predication between terms in propositions, 4 the status of the “passions of the soul” and 5 the prime signification of spoken words. Our aim is to sketch the polemic between Nominalism and Realism in the second decade of the XIVth century.Este trabajo es un análisis comparativo de la Logica Campsale Anglici, valde utilis et realis contra Ocham, de autor anónimo vulgarmente conocido como pseudo Ricardo de Campsall, y la Summa logicae de Guillermo de Ockham, en respuesta a la cual fue redactada. Se reseñan las posiciones fundamentales de ambos autores respecto de cinco cuestiones paradigmáticas: la sinonimia entre términos abstractos y concretos, la referencia de las primeras y segundas intenciones, la naturaleza de las relaciones de predicación en las proposiciones, el estatus de las pasiones del alma y el significado primario de las voces. El objetivo es caracterizar la polémica entre nominalismo y realismo en la segunda década del s. XIV.

  20. The Discontinuous Development Trend of Structuralism: Alternative Tradition of Economic Analysis (R. Prebisch, Y. Yaremenko, G. Mensch, and others

    Petr A. Orekhovsky


    Full Text Available The main factors of economic growth in the mainstream of the economic theory are capital and labor, and the rates of growth are determined by the rate of savings. Alternative tradition of the economic analyses does accent on the structural changes that are taking place in the economic system. This restructuring is the main factor of development. This paper is a brief outline of the formation and evolution of the structuralist theory of economic growth. Elements of structuralism are standing yet in the concept of expanded reproduction of Marx, theory of comparative costs Ricardo, the model Solow. The characteristic of the concept of unequal exchange in international trade associated with the hypothesis Prebisch – Singer, describes the formation of a global system of «center – periphery». We introduce a distinction between the structuralist and neo-classical theories of economic growth associated with the discussions in the Soviet Union on the role of «extensive» and «intensive» growth factors. Considered in detail the model of «multi-level economy» Yuri Yaremenko as compared to the «economy of shortage» J. Kornai. The heterogeneity of the technological structure is present both in Soviet economy, as in the market, capitalist economy. The last situation was demonstrated by the concept of «technological stalemate» G. Mensch. As the impact of international economic relations on the economic development of the role of structural analysis will increase. The need for industries with increasing and diminishing returns, as well as the establishment of appropriate structural policies in their work justifies E. Reinert. His concept complements views Y. Yaremenko and G. Mensch on economic development.

  1. El cuerpo entre la educación, la política y los estudios sociales.

    Javier Schargorodsky


    Full Text Available P { margin-bottom: 0.21cm; direction: ltr; color: rgb(0, 0, 0; text-align: left; }P.western { font-family: "Liberation Serif",serif; font-size: 12pt; }P.cjk { font-family: "Tahoma (Thai"; font-size: 12pt; }P.ctl { font-family: "Times New Roman CE"; font-size: 12pt; } En el libro Cuerpo, educación, política: tensiones epistémicas, históricas y prácticas, Eduardo Galak y Emiliano Gambarotta compilan ocho artículos en los cuales, desde diversos enfoques, se realizan aportes a las investigaciones sociales sobre el cuerpo. La compilación está estructurada en tres partes. La primera, titulada “Tensiones epistemológicas: la conquista del problema”, está compuesta por tres capítulos que brindan herramientas para la construcción del objeto de estudio en cuestión, objeto que oscila entre el cuerpo y las prácticas corporales. La segunda parte se titula “Tensiones histórico-genealógicas en la educación de los cuerpos”. Allí se inscriben dos textos en los que se muestran las consonancias y disonancias entre las políticas educativas del distrito bonaerense y las políticas nacionales. La tercera parte del libro “Tensiones de las prácticas corporales: deportes, juegos, danzas”, se centra en prácticas corporales específicas. Los autores de los capítulos son: Ricardo Crisorio, Emiliano Gambarotta, Santiago Pich, Sidinei Pithan da Silva, Paulo Fensterseifer, Myriam Southwell, Eduardo Galak, Alexandre Fernández Vaz, Carolina Duek, Noelia Enriz y Ana Sabrina Mora.

  2. Reduced Order Modeling in General Relativity

    Tiglio, Manuel


    Reduced Order Modeling is an emerging yet fast developing filed in gravitational wave physics. The main goals are to enable fast modeling and parameter estimation of any detected signal, along with rapid matched filtering detecting. I will focus on the first two. Some accomplishments include being able to replace, with essentially no lost of physical accuracy, the original models with surrogate ones (which are not effective ones, that is, they do not simplify the physics but go on a very different track, exploiting the particulars of the waveform family under consideration and state of the art dimensional reduction techniques) which are very fast to evaluate. For example, for EOB models they are at least around 3 orders of magnitude faster than solving the original equations, with physically equivalent results. For numerical simulations the speedup is at least 11 orders of magnitude. For parameter estimation our current numbers are about bringing ~100 days for a single SPA inspiral binary neutron star Bayesian parameter estimation analysis to under a day. More recently, it has been shown that the full precessing problem for, say, 200 cycles, can be represented, through some new ideas, by a remarkably compact set of carefully chosen reduced basis waveforms (~10-100, depending on the accuracy requirements). I will highlight what I personally believe are the challenges to face next in this subarea of GW physics and where efforts should be directed. This talk will summarize work in collaboration with: Harbir Antil (GMU), Jonathan Blackman (Caltech), Priscila Canizares (IoA, Cambridge, UK), Sarah Caudill (UWM), Jonathan Gair (IoA. Cambridge. UK), Scott Field (UMD), Chad R. Galley (Caltech), Frank Herrmann (Germany), Han Hestahven (EPFL, Switzerland), Jason Kaye (Brown, Stanford & Courant). Evan Ochsner (UWM), Ricardo Nochetto (UMD), Vivien Raymond (LIGO, Caltech), Rory Smith (LIGO, Caltech) Bela Ssilagyi (Caltech) and MT (UMD & Caltech).

  3. Planets and Life

    Sullivan, Woodruff T., III; Baross, John


    Foreword; Preface; Contributors; Prologue; Part I. History: 1. History of astrobiological ideas W. T. Sullivan and D. Carney; 2. From exobiology to astrobiology S. J. Dick; Part II. The Physical Stage: 3. Formation of Earth-like habitable planets D. E. Brownlee and M. Kress; 4. Planetary atmospheres and life D. Catling and J. F. Kasting; Part III. The Origin of Life on Earth: 5. Does 'life' have a definition? C.E. Cleland and C. F. Chyba; 6. Origin of life: crucial issues R. Shapiro; 7. Origin of proteins and nucleic acids A. Ricardo and S. A. Benner; 8. The roots of metabolism G.D. Cody and J. H. Scott; 9. Origin of cellular life D. W. Deamer; Part IV. Life on Earth: 10. Evolution: a defining feature of life J. A. Baross; 11. Evolution of metabolism and early microbial communities J. A. Leigh, D. A. Stahl and J. T. Staley; 12. The earliest records of life on Earth R. Buick; 13. The origin and diversification of eukaryotes M. L. Sogin, D. J. Patterson and A. McArthur; 14. Limits of carbon life on Earth and elsewhere J. A. Baross, J. Huber and M. Schrenk; 15. Life in ice J. W. Deming and H. Eicken; 16. The evolution and diversification of life S. Awramik and K. J. McNamara; 17. Mass extinctions P. D. Ward; Part V. Potentially Habitable Worlds: 18. Mars B. M. Jakosky, F. Westall and A. Brack; 19. Europa C. F. Chyba and C. B. Phillips; 20. Titan J. I. Lunine and B. Rizk; 21. Extrasolar planets P. Butler; Part VI. Searching for Extraterrestrial Life: 22. How to search for life on other worlds C. P. McKay; 23. Instruments and strategies for detecting extraterrestrial life P. G. Conrad; 24. Societial and ethical concerns M. S. Race; 25. Planetary protection J. D. Rummel; 26. Searching for extraterrestrial intelligence J. C. Tarter; 27. Alien biochemistries P. D. Ward and S. A. Benner; Part VII. Future of the Field: 28. Disciplinary and educational opportunities L. Wells, J. Armstrong and J. Huber; Epilogue C. F. Chyba; Appendixes: A. Units and usages; B. Planetary

  4. Intestinal parasites in paper money circulating in the city of Diamantina (Minas Gerais, Brazil

    Costa MA


    Full Text Available Marina A Costa,1 Layane M Teodoro,1 Gustavo H Bahia-de-Oliveira,2 Ana Paula N Nunes,3 Ricardo A Barata1 1Laboratório de Parasitologia, Departamento de Ciências Biológicas, Universidade Federal dos Vales dos Jequitinhonha e Mucuri, Diamantina, MG, Brazil; 2Laboratório de Doenças Parasitárias, Departamento de Farmácia, Universidade Federal dos Vales dos Jequitinhonha e Mucuri, Diamantina, MG, Brazil; 3Laboratório de Bioestatística e Epidemiologia, Departamento de Ciências Básicas, Universidade Federal dos Vales dos Jequitinhonha e Mucuri, Diamantina, MG, Brazil Background: Banknotes are objects of great turnover and diffusion among the population, and can be efficient mechanisms in the dissemination of several intestinal parasites. This study investigated the presence of biological forms of intestinal parasites present in circulating cash banknotes in the city of Diamantina, Minas Gerais, Brazil, aiming to propose interventions aimed at improving local public health. Materials and methods: Between February and April 2017, samples of banknotes collected in five commercial establishments of the city were analyzed, namely: 1 gas station, 2 supermarket, 3 butchery, 4 pharmacy and 5 free fair. Ten circulating banknotes of each value (R$2.00, R$5.00, R$10.00, R$20.00, R$50.00 and R$100.00 were exchanged for new banknotes, washed with Tween 80 and, after spontaneous sedimentation, analyzed under an optical microscope with a magnification of 10× and 40×. Results: Cysts of Entamoeba coli (74.60%, cysts of Endolimax nana (16.94%, Giardia lamblia cysts (4.44%, unidentified nematode larvae (2.02%, Hymenolepis sp. (0.81%, Taenia sp. (0.81% and Ancylostomidae larvae (0.40% were found. Conclusions: The results revealed the need for improvements in basic sanitation, health and education activities that emphasized the importance of proper hand hygiene. Keywords: intestinal parasites, banknotes, Diamantina

  5. Clinical utility and development of the fluticasone/formoterol combination formulation (Flutiform® for the treatment of asthma

    Tan RA


    Full Text Available Ricardo Antonio Tan,1 Jonathan Corren2 1California Allergy and Asthma Medical Group, 2David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, USAAbstract: Pharmacologic treatment of asthma should be done with a stepwise approach recommended in treatment guidelines. If inhaled corticosteroids (ICSs alone are not adequate, ICSs in combination with long-acting β-agonists (LABAs are now established and widely used as the next step in effective controller therapy. Fixed-dose ICS/LABA combinations in a single device are the preferred form of delivery and improve compliance by enabling patients to get symptom relief from the LABA while receiving the anti-inflammatory benefits of ICSs. Fluticasone propionate/formoterol fumarate is one of the newest fixed-dose combinations. It has been in use in Europe in 2012, but is still under regulatory review in the US. Fluticasone is a synthetic ICS with potent anti-inflammatory effects, while formoterol is a selective β2-adrenergic receptor agonist with a rapid onset of bronchodilation within 5–10 minutes and a 12-hour duration of action. Fluticasone/formoterol has shown superior efficacy when compared to fluticasone or formoterol alone in multiple well-designed studies. The combination has shown comparable or “noninferior” benefits in lung function, clinical symptoms, and asthma control when compared with fluticasone and formoterol administered concurrently in separate inhalers. Fluticasone/formoterol provides similar efficacy with fluticasone/salmeterol, but with more rapid symptom relief. It has been compared directly with budesonide/formoterol with comparable results. Fluticasone/formoterol is well tolerated, with no unusual or increased safety concerns versus each individual component or other available ICS/LABA combinations. Fluticasone/formoterol is the latest entry into a relatively crowded market of branded fixed-dose preparations. Upcoming generic fixed-dose combinations and once-daily agents

  6. MOMA and other next-generation ion trap mass spectrometers for planetary exploration

    Arevalo, R. D., Jr.; Brinckerhoff, W. B.; Getty, S.; Mahaffy, P. R.; van Amerom, F. H. W.; Danell, R.; Pinnick, V. T.; Li, X.; Grubisic, A.; Southard, A. E.; Hovmand, L.; Cottin, H.; Makarov, A.


    Since the 1970's, quadrupole mass spectrometer (QMS) systems have served as low-risk, cost-efficient means to explore the inner and outer reaches of the solar system. These legacy instruments have interrogated the compositions of the lunar exosphere (LADEE), surface materials on Mars (MSL), and the atmospheres of Venus (Pioneer Venus), Mars (MAVEN) and outer planets (Galileo and Cassini-Huygens). However, the in situ detection of organic compounds on Mars and Titan, coupled with ground-based measurements of amino acids in meteorites and a variety of organics in comets, has underlined the importance of molecular disambiguation in the characterization of high-priority planetary environments. The Mars Organic Molecule Analyzer (MOMA) flight instrument, centered on a linear ion trap, enables the in situ detection of volatile and non-volatile organics, but also the characterization of molecular structures through SWIFT ion isolation/excitation and tandem mass spectrometry (MSn). Like the SAM instrument on MSL, the MOMA investigation also includes a gas chromatograph (GC), thereby enabling the chemical separation of potential isobaric interferences based on retention times. The Linear Ion Trap Mass Spectrometer (LITMS; PI: William Brinckerhoff), developed to TRL 6 via the ROSES MatISSE Program, augments the core MOMA design and adds: expanded mass range (from 20 - 2000 Da); high-temperature evolved gas analysis (up to 1300°C); and, dual polarity detector assemblies (supporting the measurement of negative ions). The LITMS instrument will be tested in the field in 2017 through the Atacama Rover Astrobiology Drilling Studies (ARADS; PI: Brian Glass) ROSES PSTAR award. Following on these advancements, the Advanced Resolution Organic Molecule Analyzer (AROMA; PI: Ricardo Arevalo Jr.), supported through the ROSES PICASSO Program, combines a highly capable MOMA/LITMS-like linear ion trap and the ultrahigh resolution CosmOrbitrap mass analyzer developed by a consortium of five

  7. El Paciente Winston Churchill

    Alfredo Jácome Roca


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    El 24 de enero de 1965 moría Sir Winston Churchill, unos dos meses después de haber cumplido su nonagésimo aniversario y a los 9 días de haber entrado en coma por un tercer y último accidente cerebro vascular.

    Fue un hombre extraordinario, el mejor estadista que ha tenido Inglaterra y uno de los personajes
    más importantes del siglo XX.

    Fue longevo a pesar de su agitada existencia y de la presencia de muchas dolencias que le aquejaron, confirmando aquel dicho de que los más enfermos son los que más viven. Recordando el libro de Accoce “Los enfermos que nos gobiernan”, y habiendo visitado la casa de Chartwell en unas vacaciones en el Reino Unido, el académico Ricardo Rueda González se dedicó a investigar y a conseguir datos sobre la historia médica de Winston Spencer Churchill, logrando en medio de apuntes de aquí y de allá, y con la ayuda de personal de nuestra corporación, la elaboración de un estupendo libro con ese título, en buena hora publicado por la Universidad Javeriana.

    Sobra decir que esta muy bien escrita obra se la lee uno de un tirón, dado el estilo fácil del autor, lo bien documentada que está y el interesante anecdotario, pues la vida de este gigante de la raza humana fue una permanente anécdota. Dice el prologuista Alberto Dangond Uribe, experto en el tema, lo siguiente: “En el curso de esa larga vida, tan intensa y tan activa, la envoltura mortal de Winston Churchill atravesará con éxito, peligros innumerables, accidentes y enfermedades de diversa índole...


    Soledad Mart\\u00EDnez Zuccardi


    Full Text Available Además de vehículos de proyectos estéticos, científicos y/o ideológicos, las revistas culturales configuran experiencias propicias para la formación de grupos de intelectuales y escritores. Este trabajo estudia los rasgos de lo que denomino como el «grupo realizador» de la Revista de Letras y Ciencias Sociales (Tucumán, 1904-1907 y que a mi entender está integrado por sus fundadores (el poeta modernista de origen boliviano Ricardo Jaimes Freyre y los abogados tucumanos Juan B. Terán y Julio López Mañán y por otras figuras que colaboran en el proyecto desde la provincia (José Ignacio Aráoz, Alberto Rougés, Juan Heller, Miguel Lillo, Germán García Hamilton, Abraham Maciel y Ubaldo Benci. El trabajo se detiene en el examen de los perfiles y las trayectorias intelectuales de las distintas figuras mencionadas (en especial de los fundadores, así como en el análisis del grupo que constituyen, tomando en cuenta aspectos tales como la procedencia social, las vinculaciones con las instituciones culturales y con el poder político, el lugar otorgado a la cultura (con particular referencia a los campos de la literatura y la historia, las relaciones que vinculan entre sí a los integrantes (intelectuales, familiares, de amistad. El desarrollo del trabajo muestra que se trata de un grupo estrechamente ligado a los sectores de elite locales, al poder político y a las instituciones culturales y que por otra parte exhibe una conciencia sobre la cultura que hasta entonces no parecía haberse desplegado de modo tan resuelto y sistemático en Tucumán. La Revista de Letras y Ciencias Sociales es acaso la cristalización inicial de esa preocupación cultural así como la primera manifestación pública del grupo, algunos de cuyos miembros crearían luego una institución central en la vida intelectual de la provincia y del Norte argentino como la Universidad de Tucumán. Palabras clave: Revistas culturales; Intelectuales; Formaciones culturales

  9. Comportamento informacional em teses e dissertações na ciência da informação no Brasil entre 2007-2012: revisão de literatura

    Vitor Taga


    Full Text Available Estudos sobre comportamento informacional têm atraído o interesse de diversas áreas do conhecimento, entre elas a Ciência da Informação. Realizou-se uma pesquisa documental exaustiva em âmbito brasileiro, das teses e dissertações apresentadas nos onze Programas de Pós-Graduação de Ciência da Informação, defendidas no período de 2007 a abril de 2012. Foi identificado um total de 465 dissertações e 157 teses publicadas no respectivo período. Ao aplicar a escolha dos seguintes termos no título e palavras-chave: Comportamento Informacional; Comportamento de Busca da Informação; Necessidade de Informação; Estudo de Usuários; Busca da Informação; Acesso à informação; Uso da Informação; Necessidade, Busca, Acesso e Uso da Informação; Sense-Making; Tomada de decisão; e, Recuperação da Informação obteve-se para a análise 88 dissertações e 17 teses. Os termos com maior ocorrência no título foram: Tomada de Decisão (11, Comportamento Informacional (10 e Recuperação da Informação (10. Cabe salientar que, nas palavras-chave a Recuperação da Informação (49 teve a maior ocorrência entre os termos, seguida de Estudo de Usuários (19, Comportamento informacional (15, Necessidade de Informação (12, e Tomada de Decisão (10. A média de 19 documentos publicados por ano entre 2007 e 2010. O estudo identificou os autores, os orientadores e gerou um grafo no qual se percebe o posicionamento central de seis orientadores: Ricardo Barbosa (UFMG, Mônica Erichsen Nassif Borges (UFMG, Murilo Bastos da Cunha (UNB, Emir José Suaiden (UNB, Helen de Castro Silva Casarin (UNESP, Isa Maria Freire (UFF / UFPB. A temática comportamento informacional aparece com maior ocorrência nas instituições: UFMG, UNB, UNESP e UFPB. A pesquisa demonstrou a continuidade de estudos na área e apontaram que aproximadamente 1/5 das dissertações e 1/10 das teses brasileiras abrangem.

  10. Knowledge and attitudes of Latin American gynecologists regarding unplanned pregnancy and use of combined oral contraceptives

    Bahamondes L


    Full Text Available Luis Bahamondes,1 Josefina Lira-Plasencia,2 Ricardo Martin,3 Victor Marin,4 Maria Y Makuch1 1Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, School of Medical Sciences, University of Campinas (UNICAMP, Campinas, Brazil; 2Instituto Nacional de Perinatología, México, DF, México; 3Hospital Universitario, Fundación Santa Fe de Bogotá, Bogotá, Colombia; 4Hospital Central, Petróleos Mexicanos, México, DF, México Background: Unintended pregnancy is a public health problem and unmet medical need worldwide. It is estimated that in the year 2012, almost 213 million pregnancies occurred, and the global pregnancy rate decreased only slightly from 2008 to 2012. It was also estimated that 85 million pregnancies (40% of all pregnancies were unintended and that 38% ended in an unintended birth. Objectives: To assess knowledge and attitudes of Latin American (LA obstetricians and gynecologists (OBGYNs regarding unintended pregnancies and aspects of combined oral contraceptive (COC use. Methods: A survey was conducted during a scientific meeting about contraception in 2014, in which OBGYNs from 12 LA countries who provide attention in contraception were invited to respond to a multiple-choice questionnaire to assess their knowledge and attitudes regarding unplanned pregnancy and some aspects regarding COC use. Results: A total of 210 OBGYNs participated in the study. Their knowledge regarding COC failure was low. The participants reported they believed that their patients habitually forgot to take a pill and that their patients did not know what to do in these situations. They were aware of the benefits of COC use; however, they were less prone to prescribe COCs for the purpose of protecting against ovarian and endometrial cancer, and one-quarter of them had doubts about the association between COC use and cancer risk. Conclusion: The interviewed LA OBGYNs showed some flaws in terms of knowledge of COC failure rates and the non-contraceptive benefits and risks

  11. Post-War Central America

    Dirk Kruijt


    Full Text Available – Terror in the Countryside. Campesino Responses to Political Violence in Guatemala, 1954-1985, by Rachel A. May. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Center for International Studies/Research in International Studies/Latin America Series #35, 2001. – La guerrilla fue mi camino. Epitafio para César Montes, by Julio César Macías. Guatemala: Piedra Santa/Colección Afluentes de Modernidad, 1999. – Testigo de conciencia (Periodismo de Opinión Documentado, by Marco A. Mérida. Guatemala: ARCASAVI, 2000. – Centroamérica 2002. Un nuevo modelo de desarrollo regional, edited by Klaus Bodemer and Eduardo Gamarra. Caracas: Nueva Sociedad, 2002. – Who Governs? Guatemala Five years After the Peace Accords, by Rachel Sieder, Megan Thomas, George Vickers and Jack Spence. Cambridge, Mass.: Hemispheric Initiatives/Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA, January 2002. – Pasos hacia una nueva convivencia: Democracia y participación en Centroamérica, edited by Ricardo Córdova Macías, Günther Maihold and Sabina Kurtenbach. San Salvador: FUNDAUNGO, Instituto de Estudios Iberoamericanos de Hamburgo and Instituto Iberoamericano de Berlin, 2001. – Los desafíos de la democracia en Centroamérica, by René Poitevin and Alexander Sequén-Mónchez. Guatemala: FLACSO, 2002. – Más allá de las elecciones: Diez años después de los acuerdos de paz, edited by Hector Dada Hirezi. San Salvador: FLACSO, 2002. – Guatemala, un proyecto inconcluso: La multiculturalidad, un paso hacia la democracia, by Hugo Cayzac. Guatemala: FLACSO, 2001. – La violencia en el contexto del posconflicto, según la percepción de comunidades urbanas pobres de Guatemala, by Caroline Moser and Cathy McIlwaine. Washington/Bogotá: Banco Mundial-Región de Latinoamérica y el Caribe/Tercer Mundo Editores, 2001. – El lado oscuro de la eterna primavera. Violencia, criminalidad y delincuencia en la postguerra, by Manolo Vela, Alexander Sequén-Mónchez and Hugo Antonio Solares

  12. Improved Large Aperture Collector Manufacturing

    O' Rourke, Deven [Abengoa Solar LLC, Lakewood, CO (United States); Farr, Adrian [Abengoa Solar LLC, Lakewood, CO (United States)


    The parabolic trough is the most established CSP technology and carries a long history of design experimentation dating back to the 1970’s. This has led to relatively standardized collector architectures, a maturing global supply chain, and a fairly uniform cost reduction strategy. Abengoa has deployed more than 1,500MWe of CSP troughs across several countries and has built and tested full-scale prototypes of many R&D concepts. The latest trough R&D efforts involved efforts to internalize non-CSP industry experience including a preliminary DFMA principles review done with Boothroyd Dewhurst, a construction literature review by the Arizona State University School of Construction Management, and two more focused manufacturing engineering subcontracts done by Ricardo Inc. and the nonprofit Edison Welding Institute. The first two studies highlighted strong opportunities in lowering part count, standardizing components and fasteners, developing modular designs to support prefabrication and automation, and devising simple, error-proof manual assembly methods. These principles have delivered major new cost savings in otherwise “mature” products in analogous industries like automotive, truck trailer manufacture, metal building fabrication, and shipbuilding. For this reason, they were core in the design development of the SpaceTube® collector, and arguably key to its early successes. The latter two studies were applied specifically to the first-generation SpaceTube® design and were important in setting the direction of the present SolarMat project. These studies developed a methodology to analyze the costs of manufacture and assembly, and identify new tooling concepts for more efficient manufacture. Among the main opportunities identified in these studies were the automated mirror arm manufacturing concept and the need for a less infrastructure-intensive assembly line, both of which now form central pillars of the SolarMat project strategy. These new designs will be

  13. Development of biodegradable methylprednisolone microparticles for treatment of articular pathology using a spray-drying technique

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    Full Text Available Blanca Tobar-Grande,1 Ricardo Godoy,1 Paulina Bustos,2 Carlos von Plessing,1 Elias Fattal,3,4 Nicolas Tsapis,3,4 Claudia Olave,1 Carolina Gómez-Gaete11Departamento de Farmacia, Facultad de Farmacia, Universidad de Concepción, Concepción, Chile; 2Departamento de Bioquímica Clínica e Inmunología, Facultad de Farmacia, Universidad de Concepción, Concepción, Chile; 3Univ Paris-Sud, Institut Galien Paris-Sud, Faculté de Pharmacie, Châtenay-Malabry, France; 4CNRS, UMR 8612, Faculté de Pharmacie, Châtenay-Malabry, FranceAbstract: In this work, microparticles were prepared by spray-drying using albumin, chondroitin sulfate, and hyaluronic acid as excipients to create a controlled-release methylprednisolone system for use in inflammatory disorders such as arthritis. Scanning electron microscopy demonstrated that these microparticles were almost spherical, with development of surface wrinkling as the methylprednisolone load in the formulation was increased. The methylprednisolone load also had a direct influence on the mean diameter and zeta potential of the microparticles. Interactions between formulation excipients and the active drug were evaluated by x-ray diffraction, differential scanning calorimetry, and thermal gravimetric analysis, showing limited amounts of methylprednisolone in a crystalline state in the loaded microparticles. The encapsulation efficiency of methylprednisolone was approximately 89% in all formulations. The rate of methylprednisolone release from the microparticles depended on the initial drug load in the formulation. In vitro cytotoxic evaluation using THP-1 cells showed that none of the formulations prepared triggered an inflammatory response on release of interleukin-1ß, nor did they affect cellular viability, except for the 9.1% methylprednisolone formulation, which was the maximum test concentration used. The microparticles developed in this study have characteristics amenable to a therapeutic role in

  14. Status rent in new developing economy

    Aleksandrova Natal'ja


    Full Text Available The status rent and conditions of its appearance are characterized in new developing economy by the position of new political economy. The bases of the general theory of rent were laid by classicists of political economy (F. Cene, A. Smith, J. Anderson, J. Mill, T. Maltus, D. Ricardo, K. Marx. They differentiated the rare rent (natural, absolute rent and differential land rent. Neoclassicists widened the definition of rent understanding it as income from any productive factor not only from land. Mostly, investigators of rent keep to two main postulates. Firstly, it is over profit, the income of special kind connected with using of exclusive, limited or rare goods for some time. Secondly, the rent is owned by the owners of these goods. These statements belonging to the natural rent can be used for the analysis of others, unnatural kinds of rent. The status rent belongs here. Let us analyze the status rent from the position of new political economy. As old political economy the new one also has its object - economic relations in the society and it call for the opening of deep, important processes of economic life. But by contrast with old political economy the new one, firstly, is based on other methodology (institutional economy, the theory of social choice, system approach; secondly, it studies economic relations not as static (the position of different classes, but as dynamic in economic behavior; thirdly, it is not confrontational: economic relations are understood not as antagonistic with non-avoidance of social cataclysm but as conflict-compromising; fourthly, it operates not only with social aggregates (class, country, social group, but it is also directed to a person, his/her freedom of choice in economic behavior; and, finally, fifthly, it overcomes the past careful marking out of other sciences, and, on the contrary, strives for an interdisciplinary approach in the stream of modern institutionalism including the problems of sociology

  15. Book Reviews

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    Full Text Available Christoph Antons (ed.; Law and development in East and South-East Asia (Adriaan Bedner David B. Dewitt, Carolina G. Hernandez (eds; Development and security in Southeast Asia (vol. 1 & 2 (Freek Colombijn Lily Kong, Brenda S.A. Yeoh; The politics of landscape in Singapore; Constructions of ‘nation’ (Ben Derudder Andrew Hardy; Red hills; Migrants and the state in the highlands of Vietnam (Hans Hägerdal Hanneman Samuel, Henk Schulte Nordholt (eds; Indonesia in transition; Rethinking ‘civil society’, ‘region’, and ‘crisis’ (david Henley S. Margana; Pujangga Jawa dan bayang-bayang kolonial (Mason Hoadley Karel E.M. Bongenaar; De ontwikkeling van het zelfbesturend landschap in Nederlandsch-Indie: 1855-1942 (Gerry van Klinken Pamela J. Stewart, Andrew Strathern; Humors and substances; Ideas of the body in New Guinea (Michael Lieber Wu Xiao An; Chinese business in the making of a Malay state, 1882-1941 (Loh Wei Leng Mikihiro Moriyama; Sundanese print culture and modernity in 19th-century West Java (Julian Millie Yunita T. Winarto; Seeds of knowledge; The beginning of integrated pest management in Java (Simon Platten Jelle Miedema, Ger Reesink; One head, many faces; New perspectives on the Bird’s Head Peninsula of New Guinea (Anton Ploeg Christopher R. Duncan (ed.; Civilizing the margins; Southeast Asian government policies for the development of minorities (Nathan Porath Rosario Mendoza Cortes, Celestina Puyal Boncan, Ricardo Trota Jose; The Filipino saga; History as social change (Portia L. Reyes Stephen Dobbs; The Singapore River; A social history, 1819-2002 (Victor R. Savage Michael Wood; Official history in modern Indonesia; New Order perceptions and counterviews (Henk Schulte Nordholt Claudio O. Delang (ed.; Living at the edge of Thai society; The Karen in the highlands of northern Thailand (Nicholas Tapp Andrew C. Willford, Kenneth M. George (eds; Spirited politics: Religion

  16. Foot health-related quality of life among elderly with and without lesser toe deformities: a case–control study

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    Full Text Available Daniel López-López,1 María Martínez-Vázquez,1 Marta Elena Losa-Iglesias,2 César Calvo-Lobo,3 David Rodríguez-Sanz,4 Patricia Palomo-López,5 Ricardo Becerro-de-Bengoa-Vallejo6 1Research, Health and Podiatry Unit, Department of Health Sciences, Faculty of Nursing and Podiatry, Universidade da Coruña, Ferrol, Spain; 2Faculty of Health Sciences, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain; 3Nursing and Physical Therapy Department, Institute of Biomedicine (IBIOMED, Universidad de León, Ponferrada, León, Spain; 4School of Sports Science, European University, Villaviciosa de Odón, Madrid, Spain; 5University Center of Plasencia, Universidad de Extremadura, Extremadura, Spain; 6School of Nursing, Physiotherapy and Podiatry, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, Spain Purpose: The aim of this study was to compare the health-related quality of life impact related to foot health and health in general in older adults with lesser toe deformities (LTD and without any foot conditions. Methods: A case–control observational study was carried out following the Strengthening the Reporting of Observational Studies in Epidemiology criteria. A total of 100 older adults with a mean age of 74.39±6.02 years were recruited at an outpatient clinic; 50 of these subjects had LTD (case group and 50 subjects were without any foot conditions (control group. Presence of LTD was determined in both feet using the Kelikian push-up test, and the Foot Health Status Questionnaire scores were self-reported.Results: The case group showed lower scores in quality of life in relation to health in general and to foot health specifically. Statistically significant differences (p<0.05 between case and control groups were shown by means of the Wicoxon test.Conclusion: A negative impact in quality of life in relation to foot health should be considered in older adults with LTD, regardless of gender. Keywords: aged, foot deformities, foot disease, quality of life, toes

  17. Mental disorders, functional impairment, and nerve growth factor

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    Full Text Available Fanny Helena Martins Salles,1 Pedro San Martin Soares,1 Carolina David Wiener,1 Thaise Campos Mondin,1 Paula Moraes da Silva,1 Karen Jansen,1–3 Luciano Dias de Mattos Souza,1 Ricardo Azevedo da Silva,1 Jean Pierre Oses1–3 1Translational Science on Brain Disorders, Department of Health and Behavior, Catholic University of Pelotas, Pelotas, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil; 2Translational Psychiatry Program, 3Center of Excellence on Mood Disorders, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth Medical School, Houston, TX, USA Abstract: Nerve growth factor (NGF is an important member of the neurotrophin family and its alteration has been associated with psychiatric disorders. Functionality consists of the activities that an individual can perform, as well as their social participation, which is an important factor in analyzing the carrier living conditions of subjects with psychiatric suffering. Several studies have evaluated functionality in bipolar disorder; however, no studies have evaluated the functionality in other mental disorders. There are also few studies investigating the association between functionality and the biological bases of mental disorders. This study aimed to evaluate the serum NGF levels in psychiatric patients and to verify a possible association between the serum neurotrophic levels and functionality. This was a cross-sectional study with a convenient sample obtained from the Public Mental Health Service from the south of Brazil. The final sample was composed of 286 patients enrolled from July 2013 to October 2014. Data was collected using a sociodemographic questionnaire, and the diagnosis was confirmed using the Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview (M.I.N.I and a Functioning Assessment Short Test. The serum NGF levels were determined using the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay method. Statistical analyses were performed using IBM SPSS Statistic

  18. Possible new ways in the pharmacological treatment of bipolar disorder and comorbid alcoholism

    Jean-Michel Azorin


    Full Text Available Jean-Michel Azorin1, Charles L Bowden2, Ricardo P Garay3, Giulio Perugi4, Eduard Vieta5, Allan H Young61Department of Psychiatry, CHU Sainte Marguerite, Marseilles, France; 2Department of Psychiatry, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX, USA; 3CNRS-UMR 8162, Université Paris-Sud, and Hôpital Marie Lannelongue, Le Plessis-Robinson, France; 4Vincent P Dole Dual Diagnosis Team, Santa Chiara and University Hospital, Department of Psychiatry, University of Pisa, Italy; 5Clinical Institute of Neuroscience, Hospital Clinic, University of Barcelona, IDIBAPS, CIBER -SAM, Barcelona, Spain; 6Institute of Mental Health, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, CanadaAbstract: About half of all bipolar patients have an alcohol abuse problem at some point of their lifetime. However, only one randomized, controlled trial of pharmacotherapy (valproate in this patient population was published as of 2006. Therefore, we reviewed clinical trials in this indication of the last four years (using mood stabilizers, atypical antipsychotics, and other drugs. Priority was given to randomized trials, comparing drugs with placebo or active comparator. Published studies were found through systematic database search (PubMed, Scirus, EMBASE, Cochrane Library, Science Direct. In these last four years, the only randomized, clinically relevant study in bipolar patients with comorbid alcoholism is that of Brown and colleagues (2008 showing that quetiapine therapy decreased depressive symptoms in the early weeks of use, without modifying alcohol use. Several other open-label trials have been generally positive and support the efficacy and tolerability of agents from different classes in this patient population. Valproate efficacy to reduce excessive alcohol consumption in bipolar patients was confirmed and new controlled studies revealed its therapeutic benefit to prevent relapse in newly abstinent alcoholics and to improve alcohol hallucinosis. Topiramate

  19. Transport and release of colloidal 3-mercaptopropionic acid-coated CdSe–CdS/ZnS core-multishell quantum dots in human umbilical vein endothelial cells

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    Full Text Available Jacopo M Fontana,1 Huijuan Yin,1 Yun Chen,2 Ricardo Florez,1 Hjalmar Brismar,1 Ying Fu1 1Section of Cellular Biophysics, Department of Applied Physics, Royal Institute of Technology, Science for Life Laboratory, Solna, 2Department of Molecular and Clinical Medicine/Clinical Physiology, The Sahlgrenska Academy and University Hospital, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden Abstract: Colloidal semiconductor quantum dots (QDs have been extensively researched and developed for biomedical applications, including drug delivery and biosensing assays. Hence, it is pivotal to understand their behavior in terms of intracellular transport and toxicological effects. In this study, we focused on 3-mercaptopropionic acid-coated CdSe-CdS/ZnS core-multishell quantum dots (3MPA-QDs converted from the as-grown octadecylamine-coated quantum dots (ODA-QDs and their direct and dynamic interactions with human umbilical vein endothelial cells (HUVECs. Live cell imaging using confocal fluorescence microscopy showed that 3MPA-QDs first attached to and subsequently aggregated on HUVEC plasma membrane ~25 min after QD deposition. The aggregated QDs started being internalized at ~2 h and reached their highest internalization degree at ~24 h. They were released from HUVECs after ~48 h. During the 48 h period, the HUVECs responded normally to external stimulations, grew, proliferated and wound healed without any perceptible apoptosis. Furthermore, 1 3MPA-QDs were internalized in newly formed LysoTracker-stained early endosomes; 2 adenosine 5'-triphosphate-induced [Ca2+]i modulation caused a transient decrease in the fluorescence of 3MPA-QDs that were attached to the plasma membrane but a transient increase in the internalized 3MPA-QDs; and 3 fluorescence signal modulations of co-stained LysoTracker and QDs induced by the lysosomotropic agent Gly-Phe-β-naphthylamide were spatially co-localized and temporally synchronized. Our findings suggest that 3MPA

  20. Cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease: Links with oxidative stress and cholesterol metabolism

    Alejandra Sekler


    Full Text Available Alejandra Sekler1,2, José M Jiménez2, Leonel Rojo2, Edgard Pastene3, Patricio Fuentes4, Andrea Slachevsky4, Ricardo B Maccioni1,21Center of Cognitive Neurosciences, International Center for Biomedicine (ICC, Santiago, Chile; 2Laboratory of Cellular, Molecular Biology and Neurosciences, Faculty of Sciences, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile; 3Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Concepcion, Concepción, Chile; 4Unidad de Neurología Cognitiva y Demencias, Servicio de Neurología, Hospital del Salvador, Santiago, ChileAbstract: Oxidative stress has been implicated in the progression of a number of neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease (AD, Parkinson’s disease and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. We carried out an in-depth study of cognitive impairment and its relationships with oxidative stress markers such as ferric-reducing ability of plasma (FRAP, plasma malondialdehyde and total antioxidative capacity (TAC, as well as cholesterol parameters, in two subsets of subjects, AD patients (n = 59 and a control group of neurologically normal subjects (n = 29, attending the University Hospital Salvador in Santiago, Chile. Cognitive impairment was assessed by a set of neuropsychological tests (Mini-Mental State Examination, Boston Naming Test, Ideomotor Praxia by imitation, Semantic Verbal Fluency of animals or words with initial A, Test of Memory Alteration, Frontal Assessment Battery, while the levels of those oxidative stress markers and cholesterol metabolism parameters were determined according with standard bioassays in fresh plasma samples of the two subgroups of patients. No significant differences were observed when the cholesterol parameters (low-, high-density lipoprotein, total cholesterol of the AD group were compared with normal controls. Interestingly, a correlation was evidenced when the levels of cognitive impairment were analyzed with respect to the plasma antioxidant capacity (AOC of

  1. Book Reviews

    Book Review Editor, Barbara Hogenboom


    Full Text Available The Economic History of the Caribbean since the Napoleonic Wars, by Victor Bulmer-Thomas (2012; reviewed by Gert OostindieSubjects or Citizens: British Caribbean Workers in Cuba, 1900-1960, by Robert Whitney and Graciela Chailloux Laffita (2013; reviewed by Rose Mary AllenDebating Civil-Military Relations in Latin America, editado por David Mares y Rafael Martínez (2014; reseñado por Raul Benitez-ManautComparative Public Policy in Latin America, editado por Jordi Díez y Susan Franceschet (2012; reseñado por Gonzalo DelamazaEntre el desarrollo y el buen vivir. Recursos naturales y conflictos en los territorios indígenas, editado por José Aylwin, Salvador Martí i Puig, Claire Wright y Nancy Yañez (2013; reviewed by Almut Schilling-VacaflorDignity for the Voiceless. Willem Assies’s Anthropological Work in Context, editado por Ton Salman, Salvador Martí i Puig, y Gemma van der Haar (2014; reseñado por Ricardo Calla OrtegaDemocracy in ‘Two Mexicos’; Political Institutions in Oaxaca and Nuevo León, by Guadelupe Correa-Cabrera (2013; reviewed by Jos BartmanWhere the River Ends, by Shaylih Muehlmann (2013; reviewed by Maria L. Cruz-TorresKnowing History in Mexico. An ethnography of Citizenship, by Trevor Stack (2012; reviewed by Raymond BuveFor God and Revolution. Priest, Peasant, and Agrarian Socialism in the Mexican Huasteca, por Mark Saad Saka( 2013; reseñado por Antonio Escobar OhmstedeWorking Women, Entrepreneurs, and the Mexican Revolution: the Coffee Culture of Córdoba, Veracruz, by Heather Fowler-Salamini (2013; reviewed by Robert F. AlegreWar by Other Means. Aftermath in Post-Genocide Guatemala, edited by Carlota McAlister and Diana Nelson (2013; reviewed by Dirk KruijtLucha revolucionaria. Perú, 1958-1967, por Jan Lust (2013; reseñado por Dirk KruijtWomen in War. The Micro-Processes of Mobilization in El Salvador, by Jocelyn Viterna (2013; reviewed by Ralph SprenkelsZero Hunger: Political Culture and Antipoverty Policy in

  2. Integration of a Technology-Based Mental Health Screening Program Into Routine Practices of Primary Health Care Services in Peru (The Allillanchu Project): Development and Implementation.

    Diez-Canseco, Francisco; Toyama, Mauricio; Ipince, Alessandra; Perez-Leon, Silvana; Cavero, Victoria; Araya, Ricardo; Miranda, J Jaime


    of unidentified psychological symptoms in primary care. To increase its sustainability and utility, this procedure can be incorporated into the routine practices of existing health care services, following tailoring to the resources and features of each service. The early detection of psychological symptoms by a PHCP within a regular consultation, followed by adequate advice and support, can lead to a significant percentage of patients accessing specialized care and reducing the treatment gap of mental disorders. ©Francisco Diez-Canseco, Mauricio Toyama, Alessandra Ipince, Silvana Perez-Leon, Victoria Cavero, Ricardo Araya, J Jaime Miranda. Originally published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (, 15.03.2018.

  3. New structure–activity relationships of chalcone inhibitors of breast cancer resistance protein: polyspecificity toward inhibition and critical substitutions against cytotoxicity

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    Full Text Available Luciana Pereira Rangel,1,2,* Evelyn Winter,1,3,* Charlotte Gauthier,1 Raphaël Terreux,4 Louise D Chiaradia-Delatorre,5 Alessandra Mascarello,5 Ricardo J Nunes,5 Rosendo A Yunes,5 Tania B Creczynski-Pasa,3 Sira Macalou,1 Doriane Lorendeau,1 Hélène Baubichon-Cortay,1 Antonio Ferreira-Pereira,2 Attilio Di Pietro11Equipe Labellisée Ligue 2013, BMSSI UMR 5086 CNRS/Université Lyon 1, Institut de Biologie et Chimie des Protéines, Lyon, France; 2Department of General Microbiology, Institute of Microbiology, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; 3Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, PPGFAR, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianopolis, Santa Catarina, Brazil; 4Equipe BISI, BMSSI UMR 5086 CNRS/Université Lyon 1, Institut de Biologie et Chimie des Protéines, Lyon, France; 5Department of Chemistry, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianopolis, Santa Catarina, Brazil*These authors contributed equally to this workAbstract: Adenosine triphosphate-binding cassette subfamily G member 2 (ABCG2 plays a major role in cancer cell multidrug resistance, which contributes to low efficacy of chemotherapy. Chalcones were recently found to be potent and specific inhibitors, but unfortunately display a significant cytotoxicity. A cellular screening against ABCG2-mediated mitoxantrone efflux was performed here by flow cytometry on 54 chalcone derivatives from three different series with a wide panel of substituents. The identified leads, with submicromolar IC50 (half maximal inhibitory concentration values, showed that the previously identified 2'-OH-4',6'-dimethoxyphenyl, as A-ring, could be efficiently replaced by a 2'-naphthyl group, or a 3',4'-methylenedioxyphenyl with lower affinity. Such a structural variability indicates polyspecificity of the multidrug transporter for inhibitors. At least two methoxyl groups were necessary on B-ring for optimal inhibition, but substitution at positions 3, 4, and 5 induced cytotoxicity


    Negrea Adrian


    Full Text Available The purpose of the current paper is to highlight possible engines that can boost Romanian foreign trade from a chronic deficit to a more balanced one. In the beginning, the main theories and models that tackle this subject will be presented. In this respect, the paper starts with Smith, Ricardo, Manoilescu and Heckscher-Ohlin, in order to see the historic thought of trade model development. Following these models, a more mathematical approach will be made, using a thorough analysis at the product level. All the computations will be based on the combined nomenclature with its XXII classes, being the most exact determinant of traded goods. This paper uses the statistical indicators of Michaely and Lafay, in order to determine the specialization effect of the Romanian classes for a period of twenty one years, starting with 1991 and ending in 2012. This is the point where former, current and future specialized engines of potential trade growth can be established. It is crucial for a country to determine its potential in an open international arena, in order to take the necessary steps to encourage or discourage productive or non-productive areas of certain industry branches. Based on the results and on the previous methodology, a mix of theory with solid mathematical analysis, will gives the opportunity to draw up different sets of sustainable development formulas in order to obtain a higher concentration ratio regarding several classes from the combined nomenclature. For Romania to obtain higher gains from international trade, a more sustainable integration in the European Union, it has to stop its chronic balance of trade deficit. Looking at and analysing the potential development of a combined nomenclature class or classes, will help improving Romania’s chronic deficit, offering a long term prospective of sustainable development, reducing its foreign debt, improving its balance of trade accounts, and transforming its import driven economy to a

  5. Radioactivity concentration and heavy metal content in fuel oil and oil-ashes in Venezuela

    Barros, H.; Sajo-Bohus, L.; Abril, J.M.; Greaves, E.D.


    During the last years an intensive national program was developed to determine the environmental radioactivity levels in Venezuela. Gamma dose and the radon concentrations indoors, in drinking water, in caves and in artificial cavities including the effect of radon transported to the surface with the earth gas have been studied. To continue this project the oil and other natural energy resource should be considered. It is expected that the environmental radiation level is modified in regions where the oil industrial activity is more aggressive such as in the Zulia State and the Faja Petrolifera del Orinoco, (Central Region). In these regions Venezuela is producing 1.750 thousand barrels of oil from the near-to-the- surface or deep oil drilling. Petroleum constitutes an important source of energy and as the majority of natural source contains radionuclides and their disintegration products, being U, Ra, Pb, Bi, Po and K the most often encountered. The combustion of petroleum concentrate in the ashes those radioelements, and later enter the environment by different ways producing adverse effects on the quality of man life. The concentration of radioelements varies greatly between oil fields, then we still requiring local survey studies in this area. Moreover due to the recent national interest in recycling processes, it becomes important to take precaution in the selection of materials that may contain by-products of industrial origin, including oil. In fact the oil ashes, oil slurry and other mining by-products are thought to be employable in the building industry. The concentration of radioactivity in the ash from thermoelectric power plants that use petroleum as a primary energy source was determined. The analysis include the two major thermoelectric power plants in Venezuela, Ricardo Zuluaga on the northern sea side of Caracas and Planta Centro on the littoral of Carabobo State. The study cover different samples: fuel oil No 6, ashes, heavy and medium petroleum

  6. Stent tunnel technique to save thrombosed native hemodialysis fistula with extensive venous aneurysm

    Rabellino M


    Full Text Available Martin Rabellino,1 Guillermo J Rosa-Diez,2 Sergio A Shinzato,1 Pablo Rodriguez,1 Oscar A Peralta,1 Maria S Crucelegui,2 Rosario Luxardo,2 Agustina Heredia-Martinez,2 Mariela I Bedini-Rocca,2 Ricardo D García-Mónaco1 1Department of Angiography and Endovascular Therapy, 2Department of Nephrology, Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina Introduction and purpose: The increasing number of patients undergoing hemodialysis and the limited number of access sites have resulted in an increasing number of techniques to maintain vascular access for hemodialysis. Thrombosed arteriovenous (AV fistulas with large venous aneurysms have poor treatment results, with both endovascular and surgical techniques, leading to a high rate of definitive AV access loss. The purpose of this study was to review the feasibility and initial results of this novel endovascular treatment of thrombosed AV fistulas with large venous aneurysms.Materials and methods: A novel endovascular treatment technique of inserting nitinol auto-expandable uncovered stents stretching through the whole puncture site area, thus creating a tunnel inside the thrombus, was retrospectively analyzed and described.Results: A total of 17 stents were placed in 10 hemodialysis fistulas, with a mean venous coverage length of 17.8 cm. In all the cases, 100% technical success was achieved, with complete restoration of blood flow in all patients. There were no procedure-related complications. The mean follow-up was 167 days (range 60–420 days, with a primary and assisted patency of 80% and 100%, respectively. No multiple trans-stent struts-related complications were observed. Three stent fractures were diagnosed with plain films at the site of puncture without consequence in the venous access permeability.Conclusion: The “stent tunnel technique” is a feasible, safe and effective alternative to salvage native hemodialysis access, thus extending the function of the venous access with

  7. Clinical aspects of foot health and their influence on quality of life among breast cancer survivors: a case–control study

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    Full Text Available Patricia Palomo-López,1 David Rodríguez-Sanz,2 Ricardo Becerro-de-Bengoa-Vallejo,3 Marta Elena Losa-Iglesias,4 Jorge Guerrero-Martín,5 Cesar Calvo-Lobo,6 Daniel López-López7 1Department of Nursing, University Center of Plasencia, University of Extremadura, 2Department of Physical Therapy and Podiatry, Physical Therapy and Health Sciences, Research Group, Universidad Europea de Madrid, Madrid, 3School of Nursing, Physiotherapy and Podiatry, University Complutense of Madrid, 4Faculty of Health Sciences, University Rey Juan Carlos, 5Department of Nursing, Faculty of Medicine, Badajoz. University of Extremadura, 6Nursing and Physical Therapy Department, Institute of Biomedicine (IBIOMED, Universidad de León, Ponferrada, León, 7Research, Health and Podiatry Unit, Department of Health Sciences, Faculty of Nursing and Podiatry, Universidade da Coruña, Spain Purpose: The aim of this study was to analyze and compare foot health and general health in a sample of women divided into two groups: 1 those with breast cancer and undergoing chemotherapy treatment and 2 healthy women without breast cancer and with normalized reference values.Methods: A case–control observational study was performed. Two-hundred women with a mean age of 51.00±8.75 years were recruited from podiatric medicine and surgery clinics from the University of Extremadura (Plasencia, Spain and the Hospital Infanta Cristina (Badajoz, Spain. The women were divided into case and control groups (undergoing chemotherapy treatment and healthy women, respectively. The Foot Health Status Questionnaire was used to assess foot health domain scores.Results: Significant differences between both groups were seen for foot pain (P=0.003, foot function (P<0.001, physical activity (P<0.001, social capacity (P<0.001, and vigor (P=0.001. The remaining domains (footwear, general health, and foot health did not show significant differences between the two groups (P≥0.01.Conclusion: Women with

  8. Impact of plantar fasciitis on the quality of life of male and female patients according to the Foot Health Status Questionnaire

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    Full Text Available Patricia Palomo-López,1 Ricardo Becerro-de-Bengoa-Vallejo,2 Marta Elena Losa-Iglesias,3 David Rodríguez-Sanz,4 César Calvo-Lobo,5 Daniel López-López6 1Department of Nursing, University Center of Plasencia, Universidad de Extremadura, Spain; 2School of Nursing, Physiotherapy and Podiatry, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain; 3Faculty of Health Sciences, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain; 4Physiotherapy Department, Faculty of Health, Exercise and Sport, European University of Madrid, Villaviciosa de Odón, Madrid, Spain; 5Nursing and Physical Therapy Department, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of León, Ponferrada, León, Spain; 6Research, Health and Podiatry Unit, Department of Health Sciences, Faculty of Nursing and Podiatry, Universidade da Coruña, Spain Background and purpose: Plantar fasciitis (PF is a foot disorder in adults secondary to an inflammatory response caused by repetitive micro-trauma. We evaluated and compared the impact on quality of life (QoL related to foot health and general health between males and females with PF. Methods: In this cross-sectional descriptive study, patients with PF were recruited from a podiatry clinic. Physical examination, sociodemographic data, and the self-reported Foot Health Status Questionnaire (FHSQ were recorded. The FHSQ has three sections and provides two composite scores from 0 to 100. Higher scores (close to 100 reflect better QoL related to foot health and health in general; lower scores (close to 0 denote a worse QoL related to these health items. Results: One hundred patients (49 males [42.38 ± 14.065 years old] and 51 females [43.90 ± 14.305 years old] were recruited. Section one of the FHSQ evaluates four foot domains, and significant differences (P<0.05 were shown for foot pain and footwear, with males having higher scores than females, but not for foot function and general foot health (P>0.05. Section two assesses four domains of general wellbeing, and significant


    Kittelson, D; Watts, W; Johnson, J; Zarling, D Schauer,J Kasper, K; Baltensperger, U; Burtscher, H


    The University of Minnesota collaborated with the Paul Scherrer Institute, the University of Wisconsin (UWI) and Ricardo, Inc to physically and chemically characterize the exhaust plume from recruited gasoline spark ignition (SI) vehicles. The project objectives were: (1) Measure representative particle size distributions from a set of on-road SI vehicles and compare these data to similar data collected on a small subset of light-duty gasoline vehicles tested on a chassis dynamometer with a dilution tunnel using the Unified Drive Cycle, at both room temperature (cold start) and 0 C (cold-cold start). (2) Compare data collected from SI vehicles to similar data collected from Diesel engines during the Coordinating Research Council E-43 project. (3) Characterize on-road aerosol during mixed midweek traffic and Sunday midday periods and determine fleet-specific emission rates. (4) Characterize bulk- and size-segregated chemical composition of the particulate matter (PM) emitted in the exhaust from the gasoline vehicles. Particle number concentrations and size distributions are strongly influenced by dilution and sampling conditions. Laboratory methods were evaluated to dilute SI exhaust in a way that would produce size distributions that were similar to those measured during laboratory experiments. Size fractionated samples were collected for chemical analysis using a nano-microorifice uniform deposit impactor (nano-MOUDI). In addition, bulk samples were collected and analyzed. A mixture of low, mid and high mileage vehicles were recruited for testing during the study. Under steady highway cruise conditions a significant particle signature above background was not measured, but during hard accelerations number size distributions for the test fleet were similar to modern heavy-duty Diesel vehicles. Number emissions were much higher at high speed and during cold-cold starts. Fuel specific number emissions range from 1012 to 3 x 1016 particles/kg fuel. A simple

  10. Sixteen weeks of resistance training can decrease the risk of metabolic syndrome in healthy postmenopausal women

    Conceição MS


    Full Text Available Miguel Soares Conceição,1 Valéria Bonganha,1 Felipe Cassaro Vechin,2 Ricardo Paes de Barros Berton,1 Manoel Emílio Lixandrão,1 Felipe Romano Damas Nogueira,1 Giovana Vergínia de Souza,1 Mara Patricia Traina Chacon-Mikahil,1 Cleiton Augusto Libardi2 1Exercise Physiology Laboratory, School of Physical Education, State University of Campinas, Campinas, 2Laboratory of Neuromuscular Adaptation to Strength Training, School of Physical Education and Sport, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil Background: The postmenopausal phase has been considered an aggravating factor for developing metabolic syndrome. Notwithstanding, no studies have as yet investigated the effects of resistance training on metabolic syndrome in postmenopausal women. Thus, the purpose of this study was to verify whether resistance training could reduce the risk of metabolic syndrome in postmenopausal women. Methods: Twenty postmenopausal women were randomly assigned to a resistance training protocol (n = 10, 53.40 ± 3.95 years, 64.58 ± 9.22 kg or a control group (n = 10, 53.0 ± 5.7 years, 64.03 ± 5.03 kg. In the resistance training protocol, ten exercises were performed, with 3 × 8–10 maximal repetitions three times per week, and the load was increased every week. Two-way analysis of variance was used to evaluate specific metabolic syndrome Z-score, high density lipoprotein cholesterol, fasting blood glucose, triglycerides, waist circumference, blood pressure, strength, and body composition. The level of statistical significance was set at P < 0.05. Results: The main results demonstrated a significant decrease of metabolic syndrome Z-score when the postmenopausal women performed resistance training (P = 0.0162. Moreover, we observed decreases in fasting blood glucose for the resistance training group (P = 0.001, and also significant improvements in lean body mass (P = 0.042, 2.46%, reduction of body fat percentage (P = 0.001, −6.75% and noticeable increases in

  11. Trajetórias da organização político-sindical dos docentes do Oeste catarinense: um estudo descritivo

    Joviles Vitório Trevisol


    Full Text Available O presente artigo apresenta os resultados de uma dissertação de mestrado em educação, realizada entre janeiro de 2004 a dezembro de 2006, sobre o processo de organização político-sindical dos profissionais da educação em Santa Catarina, mais particularmente no Oeste de Santa Catarina. O propósito fundamental desta pesquisa foi descrever a trajetória das lutas empreendidas pela categoria no período entre 1988 e 2006. Tomando como referência os mais importantes trabalhos sobre organização sindical no Brasil, desenvolvidos por Ricardo Antunes, Armando Boito, Leôncio Martins Rodrigues e outros, este trabalho descreve os processos de organização político-sindical dos docentes no Oeste de Santa Catarina. Por meio da pesquisa documental e das técnicas de memória oral, procurou-se conhecer as experiências vivenciadas pelos dirigentes sindicais envolvidos nesse processo. A investigação demonstrou que a organização política dos professores em Santa Catarina chegou ao seu ápice com a criação do Sindicato dos Trabalhadores em Educação (Sinte, em 1998, finalizando a forte tradição assistencialista alimentada pela Associação Catarinense dos Professores (ACP e a Associação dos Licenciados de Santa Catarina (Alisc, fundadas, respectivamente, em 1952 e 1966. O Sinte fortaleceu politicamente a categoria e foi decisivo para a conquista de inúmeros direitos trabalhistas para a categoria docente em Santa Catarina. A pesquisa mostra, também, que a partir da segunda metade dos anos 90 o movimento político-sindical dos professores começa a enfrentar dificuldades de mobilização e inicia um processo gradativo de enfraquecimento e deslegitimação, inclusive entre os professores e a comunidade escolar. O sindicalismo de luta foi substituído pelo de negociação.

  12. Análise de citações dos artigos da Intercom - Revista Brasileira de Ciências da Comunicação (1985- 2008Análisis de citas de artículos en Intercom – Revista Brasileira de Ciências da Comunicação (1985-2008

    Ida Regina Chittó Stumpf


    Full Text Available Estuda a produção científica em Ciências da Comunicação por meio da análise da Intercom – Revista Brasileira de -Ciências da Comunicação, a primeira publicada por uma sociedade científica e a mais antiga na área ainda em atividade. Através da técnica bibliométrica de análise de citações, analisam-se os 287 artigos publicados entre 1985 e 2008. Dos documentos citados, estudam-se as seguintes variáveis: autores citados; tipo de autoria; autocitação; tipo de documento; título de periódico; idioma; local de publicação; idade do documento. A análise das 5.801 referências revela que foram citados 3.604 diferentes autores. Entre estes, estão como os mais citados José Marques de Melo, Jesús Martín-Barbero, Armand Mattelart, Pierre Bordieu, Paulo Freire, Guillermo Orozco Gómez, César Ricardo Siqueira Bolaño, Jurgen Habermas, Néstor García Canclini e Sérgio Caparelli. A autocitação ocorre em 137 artigos, totalizando 6% do total das citações (346 autocitações. Livro e capítulo de livro constam como os tipos de documentos mais citados (70,7%. Entre os 337 títulos de periódicos arrolados, os 10 com maior percentual de citações são: Comunicação & Sociedade; Intercom – RBCC; Diálogos de La Comunicación; Comunicación y Cultura; Journal of Communication; Journalism Quarterly; Media, Culture and Society; Critical Studies in Mass Communication; European Journal of Communication; e Telos. O português é o idioma de 53% das citações, seguido do inglês e do espanhol. A maior parte dos documentos citados (48,2% foi publicada no Brasil. O maior percentual de citações refere-se a documentos publicados antes de 1985, independentemente do ano de publicação do artigo. Diante dos resultados, afirma-se que o estudo revela o comportamento de citação da comunidade científica de Comunicação que publica na Intercom – RBCC.

  13. Ceftriaxone and clavulanic acid induce antiallodynia and anti-inflammatory effects in rats using the carrageenan model

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    Full Text Available Abraham Ochoa-Aguilar,1,2 Rosa Ventura-Martinez,1 Marco Antonio Sotomayor-Sobrino,1 Ruth Jaimez,1 Ulises Coffeen,3 Ariadna Jiménez-González,2 Luis Gerardo Balcázar-Ochoa,1 Rafael Pérez-Medina-Carballo,2 Rodolfo Rodriguez,1 Ricardo Plancarte-Sánchez4 1Pharmacology Department, Faculty of Medicine, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, México; 2Research Department, Mexican Faculty of Medicine, La Salle University, Mexico City, México; 3Instituto Nacional de Psiquiatría Ramón de la Fuente Muñiz, Mexico City, México; 4Pain Clinic, National Cancer Institute of Mexico, Mexico City, México Introduction: Ceftriaxone (CFX and clavulanic acid (CA are 2 β-lactam molecules widely used as antibiotics. However, several reports of their antiallodynic properties have been published in recent years. Although this effect has been considered mostly due to a GLT1 overexpression, these molecules have also been proven to induce direct immunomodulation. In this work, we determine the acute analgesic effect of CFX and CA in an inflammatory pain model and assess if their administration may induce anti-inflammatory effects. Methods: The carrageenan (Carr test was used as an inflammatory pain model. Both mechanical and thermal responses were analyzed after CFX and CA administration at different times. A plethysmometer was used to determine inflammation. Also, TNF-α and IL-10 serum concentrations were determined by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. Results: Both CFX and CA induced a significant thermal antiallodynic effect 3 and 24 h after administration. Furthermore, CA induced a mechanical antiallodynic effect 30, 60, and 90 min after administration. Moreover, a significant anti-inflammatory effect was found for both molecules 24 h after Carr injection. Also, both CA and CFX modulated TNF-α and IL-10 serum concentrations at different times. Conclusion: Our results provide evidence that both CFX and CA cause an analgesic effect on a Carr

  14. Dos traducciones costarricenses de Guy de Maupassant

    Alejandro Alvarado Quirós


    Full Text Available La historia de la traducción literaria en Costa Rica ya tiene buena documentación académica que corrobora su desarrollo y su persistencia. Desde los años tempranos del siglo xx, no pocos escritores dedicaron su pluma, a modo de oficio paralelo, tanto a su creación literaria como a la traducción. Sin duda alguna, porque las obras que tradujeron significaban, en buena medida, sus verdaderos modelos de escritura, pero también porque como traductores, entendieron desde temprano que misión suya era también verter al español, y para Costa Rica, obras que de otro modo difícilmente se conocerían con prontitud en el medio. Un insigne escritor costarricense de aquella etapa inicial de las letras nacionales fue Alejandro Alvarado Quirós (1876-1945, autor de crónicas, crítica literaria y ensayos de singular interés. Como escritor asociado al modernismo costarricense, fue asiduo lector de las letras francesas de la segunda mitad del siglo xix, y varios de los grandes narradores del realismo y el simbolismo francés fueron sus preferidos. En 1912 reunió en el pequeño tomo titulado Lilas y resedas (Imprenta Alcina, San José varios cuentos franceses, especialmente del ilustre cuentista Guy de Maupassant. De esa colección se han extraído dos, para esta sección de Letras: «Nuestras cartas» y «Adiós», que pulcramente Alvarado Quirós vertió al español; desde luego, un español culto, al modo del discurso modernista, como conscientemente el traductor ejecutó su labor. Como Alvarado Quirós, no pocos modernistas se vieron seducidos por el oficio de traducir: Roberto Brenes Mesén, Ricardo Fernández Guardia, Fabio Baudrit, José Fabio Garnier. Fue una empresa que se fue convirtiendo en tarea obligada y, con el tiempo, en una especie de tradición solapada, que hasta nuestros días se extiende.

  15. PREFACE: X Workshop of the Gravitation and Mathematical Physics Division, Mexican Physical Society


    Avanzados (CINVESTAV), Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa (UAM-I), Universidad de Guanajuato (UG), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). We especially acknowledge the support and the kind hospitality of our host, the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo. Ricardo Becerril Bárcenas, Héctor H. Hernández Hernández, Miguel Sabido, Carlos A. Soto, Luis Alberto López, Omar Pedraza, Victoria E. Cerón. Editors

  16. Robotic assessment of the influence of age on upper-limb sensorimotor function

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    Full Text Available Ana LLinares, Francisco Javier Badesa, Ricardo Morales, Nicolas Garcia-Aracil, JM Sabater, Eduardo Fernandez Biomedical Neuroengineering, Universidad Miguel Hernández de Elche, Elche, Spain Purpose: This paper examines the influence of age on several attributes of sensorimotor performance while performing a reaching task. Our hypothesis, based on previous studies, is that aged persons will show differences in one or more of the attributes of sensorimotor performance. Patients and methods: Fifty-one subjects (aged 20–80 years with no known neuromotor disorders of the upper limbs participated in the study. Subjects were asked to grasp the end-effector of a pneumatic robotic device with two degrees of freedom in order to reach peripheral targets (1.0 cm radius, "quickly and accurately", from a centrally located target (1.0 cm radius. Subjects began each trial by holding the hand within the central target for 2000 milliseconds. Afterwards, a peripheral target was illuminated. Then participants were given 3000 milliseconds to complete the movement. When a target was reached, the participant had to return to the central target in order to start a new trial. A total of 64 trials were completed and each peripheral target was illuminated in a random block design. Results: Subjects were divided into three groups according to age: group 1 (age 20–40 years, group 2 (age 41–60 years, and group 3 (age 61–80 years. The Kruskal–Wallis test showed significant differences (P < 0.05 between groups, except for the variables postural speed in the dominant arm, and postural speed and initial deviation in the non-dominant arm (P > 0.05. These results suggest that age introduces significant differences in upper-limb motor function. Conclusion: Our findings show that there are objective differences in sensorimotor function due to age, and that these differences are greater for the dominant arm. Therefore for the assessment of upper-limb function, we should

  17. 对李嘉图经济伦理思想的一个误读%A Misreading to Ricardo's Economic Ethics



    David Ricardo opened the new era of modern free trade. However, there are little thought, or misreading about Ricardo's economic ethics. Ricardo's economic ethics mainly expressed utilitarianism, the principle of "the greatest happiness of the greatest number" is most clearly reflected by his theory of comparative advantage. The theory still has general signifi- cance towards many fields until today. But there are also some scholars hold a kind of careful or even critical attitude to- wards it, and misread Ricardo's economic ethics via "Comparative Advantage Trap". The misreading, from the apparently sense, makes the theory of comparative advantage be wrong questioned, and from a more profound point of view, probably makes utilitarianism be blamed beyond necessity.%大卫·李嘉图开启了近现代自由贸易的全新时代,但对于李嘉图的经济伦理思想却鲜有梳理或是有所误读。李嘉图的经济伦理思想主要是功利主义的,其比较优势理论最为集中地体现了“最大多数人的最大幸福”原则,直到今天仍对诸多领域有一般性指导意义。然而,也有一些学者对其持审慎甚至批评的态度,并以“比较优势陷阱”误读李嘉图的经济伦理思想。这种误读从表层来说是使比较优势学说遭到了错误的质疑,从更深层来说则很有可能使得功利主义受到的诘难超越了其应该遭遇的尺度。

  18. Reseñas de Libros

    José Antonio Ruiz Gil


    Full Text Available Beck, Ulrich; Grande, Edgar, La Europa Cosmopolita. Sociedad y Política en la Segunda Modernidad. Barcelona, Paidós, 2006, 392 pp.Páginas 187-189José Antonio Ruiz GilCastells, Manuel (ed., La sociedad red: una visión global. Madrid, Alianza Editorial, 2006, 558 pp.Páginas 189-191David Molina RabadánCuenca Toribio, José Manuel, Nacionalismo, Franquismo y Nacionalcatolicismo. Madrid, Editorial Actas, 2008, 220 pp.Páginas 191-193Ricardo Martín de la GuardiaDiamond, Jared, Colapso, Por qué unas sociedades perduran y otras desaparecen. Madrid, Debate, 2006, 854 pp.Páginas 193-195Daniel Alcalde GüelfoFumaroli, Marc, El Estado cultural (ensayo sobre una religión moderna. Barcelona, Acantilado, 2007, 147 pp.Páginas 195-197José Antonio Ruiz GilGarí, Manuel; Pastor, Jaime y Romero, Miguel (eds., 1968. El mundo pudo cambiar de base. Madrid, Los Libros de la Catarata, 2008, 365 pp.Páginas 197-199Ana Domínguez RamaMann, James, Los Vulcanos. El gabinete de guerra de Bush: Cheney, Powell, Rumsfeld, Rice, Wolfowitz, Armitage. Granada, Almed, 2007, 498 pp.Páginas 199-201David Molina RabadánMartín Muñoz, Gema, Iraq. Un fracaso de Occidente (1920-2003. Barcelona, Tusquets, 2003, 323 pp.Páginas 201-202José María Torrente GisbertMuñoz Aunión, Antonio, La política común europea de derecho de asilo. Valencia, Tirant Lo Blanc. 2007, 268 pp.Páginas 202-205José Joaquín Fernández AllesRey Tristán, Eduardo (dir., Memorias de la violencia en Uruguay y Argentina. Golpes, dictaduras, exilios (1973-2006. Santiago de Compostela, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela-CIEAM, 2007, 382 pp.Páginas 205-206Silvina JensenShlaim, Avi, El Muro de Hierro. Israel y el mundo árabe. Granada, Almed, 2003, 778 pp.Páginas 207-208José María Torrente GisbertWallerstein, Immanuel, Utopística o las opciones históricas del siglo XXI. Madrid, Siglo XXI Editores, 1998, 91 pp.Páginas 208-209Manuel Pérez Salinas

  19. In situ detection of Chlamydia pneumoniae, C. trachomatis, and cytokines among cardiovascular diseased patients from the Amazon region of Brazil

    Freitas LS


    Full Text Available Larissa S Freitas,1 Núbia Caroline C Almeida,1 Maria Alice Freitas Queiroz,1 Marcelo M Zaninotto,2 Hellen T Fuzii,3 Alfredo Ribeiro-Silva,4 Antonio CR Vallinoto,1 Marluísa OG Ishak,1 Juarez AS Quaresma,3 Ricardo Ishak1 1Virus Laboratory, Institute of Biological Sciences, Federal University of Para, 2Hospital of Clinic Gaspar Viana, 3Laboratory of Immunopathology, Nucleus of Tropical Medicine, Federal University of Para, Belém, 4Departament of Pathology, Medical School of Ribeirão Preto, University of Sao Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil Background: Chronic coronary artery disease has been associated, as a consequence of the local inflammatory reaction with previous or persistent infection with Chlamydia pneumoniae, which led to the investigation of the association of cardiovascular disease and previous infection with C. trachomatis and the role of cytokine profile (in situ markers in the vascular system tissues. Methods: Sixty-nine biopsies were collected for immunohistochemical analysis for the presence of IL-6, IL-8, TNF-α, IFN-γ, TGF-β, and IL-10, in 16 fragments from atheromatous plaques, 32 aorta fragments, and 21 valve fragments, using a tissue microarray technique for paraffin embedded tissues. Results: Most patients undergoing revascularization surgery were men >50 years, while those undergoing valve replacement were mostly women <50 years. TNF-α was the most prevalent marker, detected in 91.7% (55/60 of the samples. The mean percent area stained was greater in patients infected with C. pneumoniae (3.81% vs 1.92%; p=0.0115 and specifically in the aorta (4.83% vs 2.25%; p=0.0025; C. trachomatis infection was higher in valves, and C. pneumoniae in plaques, both without statistical significance. There was no significant difference in the cytokine staining profile between patients previously infected with both species and uninfected patients. Conclusion: Although there was no difference in the cytokine profile between patients previously

  20. Thermal barrier coatings application in diesel engines

    Fairbanks, J. W.


    Commercial use of thermal barrier coatings in diesel engines began in the mid 70's by Dr. Ingard Kvernes at the Central Institute for Industrial Research in Oslo, Norway. Dr. Kvernes attributed attack on diesel engine valves and piston crowns encountered in marine diesel engines in Norwegian ships as hot-corrosion attributed to a reduced quality of residual fuel. His solution was to coat these components to reduce metal temperature below the threshold of aggressive hot-corrosion and also provide protection. Roy Kamo introduced thermal barrier coatings in his 'Adiabatic Diesel Engine' in the late 70's. Kamo's concept was to eliminate the engine block water cooling system and reduce heat losses. Roy reported significant performance improvements in his thermally insulated engine at the SAE Congress in 1982. Kamo's work stimulates major programs with insulated engines, particularly in Europe. Most of the major diesel engine manufacturers conducted some level of test with insulated combustion chamber components. They initially ran into increased fuel consumption. The German engine consortium had Prof. Woschni of the Technical Institute in Munich. Woschni conducted testing with pistons with air gaps to provide the insulation effects. Woschni indicated the hot walls of the insulated engine created a major increase in heat transfer he refers to as 'convection vive.' Woschni's work was a major factor in the abrupt curtailment of insulated diesel engine work in continental Europe. Ricardo in the UK suggested that combustion should be reoptimized for the hot-wall effects of the insulated combustion chamber and showed under a narrow range of conditions fuel economy could be improved. The Department of Energy has supported thermal barrier coating development for diesel engine applications. In the Clean Diesel - 50 Percent Efficient (CD-50) engine for the year 2000, thermal barrier coatings will be used on piston crowns and possibly other components. The primary purpose of the

  1. Social Media for the Dissemination of Cochrane Child Health Evidence: Evaluation Study.

    Dyson, Michele P; Newton, Amanda S; Shave, Kassi; Featherstone, Robin M; Thomson, Denise; Wingert, Aireen; Fernandes, Ricardo M; Hartling, Lisa


    .com scores for 61 studies promoted during the study period and recorded an average increase of 11 points. Research staff (n=3) contributed approximately 433 hours to promotion activities and planning (6.5 hours each per week) to implement the social media strategy, and study investigators reviewed all content (blog posts and tweets). This study provides empirical evidence on the use of a coordinated social media strategy for the dissemination of evidence to professionals providing health services to children and youth. The results and lessons learned from our study provide guidance for future knowledge dissemination activities using social media tools. ©Michele P Dyson, Amanda S Newton, Kassi Shave, Robin M Featherstone, Denise Thomson, Aireen Wingert, Ricardo M Fernandes, Lisa Hartling. Originally published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (, 01.09.2017.

  2. O retrato literário em duas Novelas Ejemplares de Cervantes: El amante liberal e La española inglesa

    Alberto Rodríguez


    Full Text Available Las novelas ejemplares “El amante liberal” y “La española inglesa” presentan la peculiar visión que Cervantes tenía del retrato literario. En ambas novelas, la imagen es cambiante. No hay nada estático porque todo participa del flujo constante de la vida. En “El amante liberal”, el retrato de Leonisa va ganando en profundidad, aunque su indumentaria se mantiene inalterable durante la novela. Con cada nueva aparición de la joven, los adornos que lleva en su persona pierden importancia. Dejamos lo cosmético y superficial a un lado para descubrir planos internos que antes no vislumbrábamos. En otras palabras, la imagen evoluciona, y se reconstituye a lo largo de la trama. Lo mismo ocurre con Ricardo, pues sufre transformaciones que lo convierten en una persona muy distinta al final. En “La española inglesa”, la reconstitución se puede palpar en el cambio físico de Isabela, que comienza con su bella apariencia, pasa a una horrenda fealdad, y termina recuperando su belleza primera. Después de la ambigüedad inicial de su figura, Ricaredo inicia una lenta evolución hasta alcanzar una forma definida y clara hacia el final. Su imagen ambigua se reconstituye en una imagen cuajada y bien definida. El narrador retratista inicia sus retratos con sobriedad y concisión, con un claro impulso mimético. No obstante, su presencia cambia con los desafueros imaginativos de sus retratos. Al final, se reconstituye su imagen porque regresa a su estilo mimético del principio.  En fin, el retrato literario cervantino muestra el devenir incansable de la vida y las mutaciones inevitables del tiempo; pero el proceso de reconstitución muestra la esencia de la persona en medio de las vicisitudes, los cambios y las peripecias de la existencia.

  3. Embarazo en 18 mujeres que padecieron cáncer en la infancia Pregnancy in 18 women survivors of childhood cancer

    L. Schwartz


    Full Text Available Para determinar las consecuencias del tratamiento del cáncer en el embarazo, parto y descendencia de mujeres sobrevivientes de cáncer en la infancia, se entrevistó a 18 de ellas (entre 15 y 49 años de edad con diagnóstico y tratamiento entre julio 1965 y diciembre de 1982 (15 en la Unidad de Oncología del Hospital de Niños Ricardo Gutiérrez de Buenos Aires y 3 en la práctica privada y evaluadas hasta diciembre de 2000. Se consideró las siguientes causas de riesgo durante el embarazo, parto y descendencia: laparotomía, agentes alquilantes, doxorubicina y radioterapia infradiafragmática. Los diagnósticos fueron: linfoma no Hodgkin 6, nefroblastoma 5, retinoblastoma 3, osteosarcoma 1, fibrosarcoma 1, histiocitosis de células de Langerhans 2. Diez pacientes fueron laparotomizadas, 11 tratadas con agentes alquilantes, 8 con doxorubicina y 7 con radioterapia infradiafragmática. Nacieron 10 niñas y 18 varones. No se detectaron anomalías congénitas en los 28 hijos. Dos hermanos, cuya madre padeció retinoblastoma bilateral, heredaron la enfermedad. Es necesario continuar el seguimiento de las mujeres que sobrevivieron al cáncer en la infancia para conocer los efectos del cáncer y su tratamiento en el embarazo, parto y descendencia.To analyze the effect of cancer treatment on pregnancy, delivery and progeny of women survivors of childhood cancer, 18 of them (15 to 49 years of age were interviewed, with diagnosis and treatment between july 1965 and December 1982 (15 from the Oncology Unit of the Children's Hospital of Buenos Aires and 3 from a private practice and evaluated until December 2000. The following potential determinants to suffer adverse effects on pregnancy, delivery and descendence were considered: laparotomy, alkylating agents, doxorubicine, infradiaphragmatic radiotherapy. Diagnoses were: non-Hodgkin lymphoma 6, nephroblastoma 5, retinoblastoma 3, osteosarcoma 1, fibrosarcoma 1, Langerhans cell histiocytosis 2. Ten

  4. Climate variability and Port wine quality

    Gouveia, Celia; Liberato, Margarida L. R.; Trigo, Ricardo M.; Dacamara, Carlos


    ), suggesting that this type of analysis may be used in developing a tool that may help anticipating a vintage year, based on already available seasonal climate outlooks. Célia Gouveia and Ricardo M. Trigo. "Influence of climate variability on wheat production in Portugal". GeoENV2006- 6th International Conference on Geostatistics for Environmental Applications, Rhodes, October, 25-27, 2006 Miranda, P.M.A., F. Coelho, A. R. Tomé, M. A Valente., A. Carvalho, C. Pires, H. O. Pires, V. C. Cabrinha and C. Ramalho (2002) "20th Century Portuguese Climate and Climate Scenarios", in Santos, F.D., K Forbes and R. Moita (eds) Climate Change in Portugal: Scenarios, Impacts and Adptation Measures", 27-83. Gradiva

  5. Comparative effects of the ω3 polyunsaturated fatty acid derivatives resolvins E1 and D1 and protectin DX in models of inflammation and pain

    Fonseca FCS


    Full Text Available Flávia CS Fonseca,1 Ricardo M Orlando,2 Regina MM Turchetti-Maia,1 Janetti Nogueira de Francischi1 1Department of Pharmacology, Biological Sciences Institute, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil; 2Department of Chemistry, Exact Sciences Institute, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil Purpose: Specialized pro-resolving lipid mediators (SPMs, also known as lipoxins, resolvins (Rvs, protectins and maresins, have been implicated in the resolution of the inflammatory process. However, a systematic comparison of their activity in the relief of inflammation and pain models is still lacking.Materials and methods: The effects of Rvs E1 and D1 and protectin DX (PDX were assessed in rat paws inflamed by the standard proinflammatory stimulus carrageenan or by histamine, 5-hydroxytryptamine, substance P or prostaglandin E2. The experimental outcomes were the mechanical nociceptive threshold and increase in paw volume as a measure of pain and edema formation, respectively. The analgesic and anti-inflammatory activities of the indicated SPMs were also compared with nonsteroidal (indomethacin and celecoxib and steroidal (dexamethasone anti-inflammatory drugs.Results: Only RvE1 and RvD1 presented analgesic and anti-inflammatory activities in the carrageenan model, and RvE1 was twice as potent as RvD1. Both substances tended to be better analgesics than anti-inflammatory agents, with a modeling profile similar to steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. However, proinflammatory effects (edema formation were also detected when the mediators histamine, 5-hydroxytryptamine or substance P replaced carrageenan as the proinflammatory stimuli. The analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects of resolvins were specifically prevented by an antagonist of the leukotriene B4 receptor 1 (BLT1.Conclusion: Rvs, as analgesic agents, may be better therapeutic agents than nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, the

  6. Revista Colombiana de Ciencias Sociales, 7(2, (July-December, 2016

    Sonia Natalia Cogollo Ospina


    Full Text Available Revista Colombiana de Ciencias Sociales Vol. 7 No. 2 (julio-diciembre, 2016 Presentación Sonia Natalia Cogollo Ospina Editorial Latinoamérica, un camino hacia la prevención del deterioro cognitivo Ricardo F. Allegri Educación emocional y satisfacción con la vida percibida en un grupo de adultos mayores Adriana del Pilar Perugache Rodríguez, Ana Lucía Caicedo Leiton, Karen Alexandra Barón Guerrero, Dayana Stephany Tenganan Álvarez La evaluación de la competencia digital en la docencia universitaria: el caso de los grados de empresariales y económicas María Rosa Fernández Sánchez, Marcelo Sánchez-Oro Sánchez, Rafael Robina Ramírez Reflexividad, mediaciones y educación. El sujeto y su interacción con la pantalla audiovisual Juan David Zabala Sandoval  La educación intra e intercultural como enfoque pedagógico “propio” Alcibíades Miguel López Hernández y Edith María Cuello Daza  Modelos democráticos con pretensiones emancipatorias: una invitación a transitar de lo racional a lo razonable Mariluz Nova Laverde  Acciones colectivas como práctica de memoria, realizadas por una organización de víctimas en Medellín (Colombia Jolyn Elena Castrillón Baquero, Juan David Villa Gómez, Andrés Felipe Marín Cortés  Embarazo juvenil en el Departamento del Cesar: ¿y dónde está el padre? Mario Alejandro Duarte Orozco Un acercamiento a Gramsci: la hegemonía y la reproducción de una visión del mundo Mauricio Puentes Cala, Ivonne Suárez Pinzón

  7. An experimental investigation into combustion and performance characteristics of an HCCI gasoline engine fueled with n-heptane, isopropanol and n-butanol fuel blends at different inlet air temperatures

    Uyumaz, Ahmet


    Highlights: • Combustion was retarded with the increase of the amount of isopropanol and n-butanol in the test fuels. • Combustion was advanced with the increase of air inlet temperature on HCCI combustion. • Isopropanol seems more suitable fuel due to controlling the HCCI combustion and preventing knocking. • Almost zero NO emissions were measured when alcohol used except for n-heptane and B20 test fuels. - Abstract: An experimental study was conducted in a single cylinder, four stroke port injection Ricardo Hydra test engine in order to determine the effects of pure n-heptane, the blends of n-heptane and n-butanol fuels B20, B30, B40 (including 20%, 30%, 40% n-butanol and 80%, 70%, 60% n-heptane by vol. respectively) and the blends of n-heptane and isopropanol fuels P20, P30, P40 (including 20%, 30%, 40% isopropanol and 80%, 70%, 60% n-heptane by vol. respectively) on HCCI combustion. Combustion and performance characteristics of n-heptane, n-butanol and isopropanol were investigated at constant engine speed of 1500 rpm and λ = 2 in a HCCI engine. The effects of inlet air temperature were also examined on HCCI combustion. The test results showed that the start of combustion was advanced with the increasing of inlet air temperature for all test fuels. Start of combustion delayed with increasing percentage of n-butanol and isopropanol in the test fuels. Knocking combustion was seen with B20 and n-heptane test fuels. Minimum combustion duration was observed in case of using B40. Almost zero NO emissions were measured with test fuels apart from n-heptane and B20. The test results also showed that CO and HC emissions decreased with the increase of inlet air temperature for all test fuels. Isopropanol showed stronger resistance for knocking compared to n-butanol in HCCI combustion due to its higher octane number. It was determined that n-butanol was more advantageous according to isopropanol as thermal efficiency. As a result it was found that the HCCI

  8. Expedient

    Fernando de Assis Rodrigues


    Full Text Available ExpedientElectronic Journal Digital Skills for Family Farming (RECoDAFISSN (electronic – 2448-0452Expedient of Volume 4, Issue 1, January – June of year 2018 EDITORIAL BOARDHead EditorFernando de Assis Rodrigues – São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilEditorial BoardAlfredo Bonini Neto, São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilAna Carolina Simionato, Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar, BrazilCristian Berrío-Zapata, Federal University of Pará (UFPA, BrazilElaine Parra Affonso, São Paulo State Technological College (FATEC - São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilFernando de Assis Rodrigues, São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilMaria Elisabete Catarino, State University of Londrina (UEL, BrazilMaría Laura Foradori, National University of Córdoba (UNC, ArgentinaPascal Aventurier, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD, FranceRicardo César Gonçalves Sant’Ana, São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilExecutive ComissionFábio Mosso Moreira, São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilPedro Henrique Santos Bisi, São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilAd hoc peer reviewers of this issueAna Carolina Simionato, Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar, BrazilCristian Berrío-Zapata, Federal University of Pará (UFPA, Brazil Cristiane Hengler Corrêa Bernardo, São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilDiana Vilas Boas Souto Aleixo, Faculdade de Filosofia e Ciências, São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilElizabete Cristina de Souza de Aguiar Monteiro, Faculdade de Filosofia e Ciências, São Paulo State University (UNESP, Brazil Elvio Gilberto da Silva, Sacred Heart University (USC, BrazilFábio Mosso Moreira, São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilJacquelin Teresa Camperos Reyes, São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilLarissa Pavarini Luz, São Paulo State Technological College (FATEC, BrazilMaria Elisabete Catarino, State University of Londrina (UEL, BrazilPascal Aventurier, Institut de

  9. PREFACE: XII Latin American workshop on plasma physics (17-21 September 2007, Caracas, Venezuela)

    Puerta, Julio


    Deutsch, Ricardo Galvao, Carlos Hidalgo, Paulo Sakanaka, Konosuke Sato, Malcom Haines and Maher Boulos. The general feeling is that these mini-courses were very successful. As an original idea of Professor Ricardo Magnus Osorio Galvão, Director of Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Físicas, we saluted the creation of The Vladimir Tsypin Award to the best Poster in the meeting. This prize was presented by Professor Galvão in memoriam of Vladimir Semenovich Tsypin. It was suggested that the granting of this award be made in every meeting from now on. We think that it is very important to emphasise the mini-courses due to the necessity of increasing in the near future a better formation for our young scientists. The contributions of all the lecturers are greatly appreciated. We had the typical fields in plasma physics as in past meetings. We also appreciated very much the lectures of Professor Malcolm Haines, Professor Sergey Popel, Professor Claude Deutsch, and Professor Antony Peratt for their very interesting talks on the Z-Pinch recorded to prehistory. Special thanks again to these lecturers since they have joined and honoured our meetings in the past as well. As in the VII LAWPP, all the sessions of the workshop were held at the Universidad Simon Bolivar campus, located in the nice green Valley of Sartenejas near Caracas. We also appreciate the stimulus and the financial support that we have always had for the preparation of these workshops from our institution by means of its authorities: Professor Benjamin Sharifker (Rector), Professor Aura Lopez (Dean of Academic Activities), (Professor Jose Luis Paz (Dean of Research and Development), Professor Pedro Berrisbeitia (Dean of Postgraduate Studies) and Professor William Colmenares (Dean of Extended Activities). We must also mention and appreciate the collaboration of architect Alejandro Chataing Roncajolo as Secretary and Coordinator of the Congress, as well as the daily important collaborations of our students Anais M

  10. Notas sobre los avatares históricos de la revista "ARQUITECTURA" como medio de difusión de la innovación arquitectónica

    Capitel, Antón


    Full Text Available From 1918 to 1930, the journal published texts primarily dealing with history. Despite this historicism, news on the modernist revolution slipped into its pages.Beginning in or around 1930 it focused more on new architecture. Nonetheless, it maintained an eclectic policy and published many articles on non-modern subjects. After the Civil War, the government took it over in an attempt to promote neo-historicist architecture. From 1948 to 1972 its editor-in-chief was Carlos de Miguel. In 1956 it was returned to the Chartered Institution of Architects. This period was characterized by a professional bias, with a focus on chronicling Madrilenian and Spanish architecture. It was followed by short, erratic stages until 1976 under the leadership of Junquera and Pérez-Pita. After 1981, this same line was continued by Javier Frechilla, Gabriel Ruiz Cabrero and the author of this article, with a more learned and academic accent, but without losing sight of the professional chronicling and eclecticism that had guided previous stages. After 1987 the editors-in-chief were de la Mata, Nieto and Sobejano. Theirs was an interesting journal, but with a lower profi le. They were succeeded by Soriano and Porras, who gave the journal an avant-garde slant. Baldellou was editor-in-chief from 1993 to 2000, a period that merits rather harsh commentary. In 2000 José Ballesteros, Juan García Millán and Ricardo Sánchez-Lampreave took over; and later Antón Capitel and García Millán retrieved the journal’s values as a vehicle for architectural innovation and culture and for chronicling local, national and international events.La revista, de 1918 a 1930, era una publicación dedicada sobre todo a textos, generalmente de historia. La época era historicista, aunque se fue deslizando en sus páginas la revolución moderna. Hacia 1930 se dedicó más a la nueva arquitectura. No obstante era ecléctica, y no dejaba de publicar a muchísimos no modernos. Acabada la

  11. Encuesta sobre bioética en un historial de pediatría: Bases para futuras estrategias Survey on bioethics in a pediatric hospital: Basis for new strategies

    Dolores Lynch Pueyrredon


    Full Text Available La ética médica (EM forma parte de la medicina desde sus comienzos pero recién en las últimas décadas se la reconoce como disciplina independiente. Se realizó un estudio observacional y descriptivo a médicos del Hospital de Niños Ricardo Gutiérrez para determinar: a el conocimiento de conceptos básicos de EM entre sus miembros, b la inserción y función del comité de bioética (CB en dicha institución. Se repartieron 150 encuestas, se recuperaron 90 (60%. Los conceptos teóricos de EM (definiciones de bioética, paciente terminal, autonomía, justicia, beneficencia, y consentimiento informado fueron respondidos correctamente por el 75.2%. Conocía la existencia del CB el 97.8%. Lo había consultado alguna vez el 61.1%. De aquellos que consultaron, la recomendación sugerida por el CB para resolver el dilema ético presentado fue: totalmente útil, para el 23.6%, parcialmente útil para el 45.5%, y no útil para el 27.3%. Nunca había consultado al CB el 37.8%, del cual el 64.7% refería no haber tenido dilema, el 11.7% consideraba no útil"a priori" la posible respuesta del CB, el 11.7% no justificó la causa, el 2.9% no distinguió los dilemas y a otro 2.9% no se le ocurrió consultar. La mayoría de los que respondieron tenía información adecuada sobre conceptos básicos de EM. Tanto el índice de consultas al CB como la valoración de sus dictámenes como total o parcialmente útiles (69.1% avalan la acción del mismo. Es llamativo que el principal argumento por el cual no se consultó al CB fue el no tener dilemas éticos. Tanto el CB en el HNRG como las universidades deberían intensificar la docencia en EM, fundamentalmente en los aspectos prácticos, que facilitaría a los integrantes del equipo de salud detectar dilemas éticos.Although medical ethics is part of medicine since its beginning, it is only in the last decades that it is recognized as a necessary discipline. A survey of pediatricians of Hospital de Ni

  12. Institutional preconditions of socio-ecological-economic regulation of environmental management activities

    T. A. Plaksunova


    Full Text Available The need to regulate environmental management activities of institutional entities arises when it affects the interests of third-party entities or threatened by the ongoing entity manufacturing practices its own resilience, to achieve the main goal. The complexity and diversity of the forms of socio-ecological and ecological-economic issues at different levels of the economic system leads to the development of many directions and views on the expansion of the management process of these levels (global, national, regional, local and techniques from rigid-deklorative state before combination with the market. In this respect, the neoclassical economic theory actively generated new analytical ideas and concept that enables to respond adequately to emerging economic realities. So we can distinguish the following approaches to regulate environmental management activities: T. Malthus and D. Ricardo, revealing issues of social, ecological and economic implications of limited natural resources in the context of the law of diminishing effectiveness and the need to regulate environmental management activities. John. St. Mill and George proved to be ineffective in addressing environmental problems in the industrial economy of the type of the imperfection of the institutions of society, justifying the occurrence of crises protohistoric speculation nature's benefits. A. Pigou developed the theory of externalities, which revealed the need for state regulation of the environmental management activities of economic entities, harmonization of individual and social interests. Research I. Kula, F. Khan and P. Samuelson identified a pattern about the formation of the system of regulation nature-safety activities, not only within individual States but also on a global level. R. Crows have shown that the methods of direct state regulation of nature economic activity is not as good as it seems at first glance and so you should not underestimate the role and potential


    Hugo Armando Sotomayor Tribin


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    Sexta muestra de la serie “Objetos del trimestre”, que busca mostrar diferentes objetos, fotografías, libros, y documentos del Museo de Historia de la Medicina de la Academia.


    En la Nueva Granada de principios del siglo XIX solo existía una facultad o escuela de medicina, la del Colegio Mayor de Nuestra Señora del Rosario, en Bogotá. A partir de 1828 ya existían, en lo que hoy es Colombia, la Escuela de Medicina de la Universidad Central, la escuela de Medicina del Magdalena y el Istmo asentada en Cartagena, y sobrevivían las cátedras de medicina del Rosario y San Bartolomé, con sede en Bogotá; en 1864 se abrió en Bogotá la primera Escuela de Medicina, privada; en esa década de los sesenta del siglo XIX el Estado Soberano del Cauca reanudó y cerró los estudios de medicina en el Colegio del Estado, el Estado Soberano de Boyacá activó en 1869 en el Colegio de Boyacá la cátedra de medicina, de vida breve. A finales del siglo XIX solo existían las facultades de medicina de las universidades Nacional, de Antioquia y de Cartagena, y en 1920 el país seguía teniendo esas tres facultades de medicina en funcionamiento.

    Aunque se logró tener conocimiento de catorce libros, solo se exhiben 10 (uno por autor, a excepción de Nicolás Osorio y Ricaurte con dos, ambos exhibidos, y Luis Cuervo Márquez con dos, solo uno exhibido, con la ausencia de las obras de los autores Ricardo de La Parra, Juan de Dios Tavera Barriga y Gabriel D. Ujueta y el libro de Luis Cuervo Márquez titulado: La fiebre amarilla en el interior de Colombia.

    Sobre el total de los 14 libros, diez están exhibidos y de ellos, tres fueron publicados en lo que iba hasta ese momento del siglo XX: Manual de Higiene y Medicina Infantil, de Barberi; Contribución al estudio de la lepra en Colombia, de Montoya y Flórez, y Geografía Médica y patológica de Colom- bia: contribución al

  14. El pintor de un ocaso. Enrique Loncán entre brindis y charlas de amigo

    Adriana Rodríguez Pérsico


    Full Text Available Durante las décadas de 1920 y 1930, una serie de escritores y periodistas cultivan la crítica política en textos que fusionan costumbrismo y humor. Con algunas excepciones, prefieren las formas breves, ya sea el cuento, el aguafuerte o la causerie. Arturo Cancela, Enrique Loncán, Enrique Méndez Calzada llegan con sus escritos a un público amplio porque colaboran en periódicos y revistas de gran tirada como La Nación, El Hogar, Caras y Caretas. Profundamente escépticos, son antiyrigoyenistas y a fuerza de tanto negativismo, antidemocráticos. El blanco de sus risas es el gobierno nacional y popular. Muestran una Argentina que, entre la ruina de las instituciones, se vislumbra como una sociedad en pedazos. Pero no sólo atentan contra los tiempos presentes. Los textos ponen en marcha una operación de desmitificación extendida de los grandes relatos nacionales. La risa y el estereotipo corroen los mitos creados por los escritores del Centenario como Leopoldo Lugones, Manuel Gálvez, Ricardo Rojas -para nombrar a los más representativos- que imaginan en sus ensayos identidades colectivas para la nación desplegando linajes reales o inventados. Los escritores nacionalistas se dan la tarea de crear un pasado para alimentar con memorias lo que veían como un desierto cultural e histórico. Los textos, que en su mayor parte adoptan la forma del ensayo monumental y totalizador, apuestan a consolidar la grandeza de la nación. Al construir la memoria colectiva, los relatos nacionales funcionan como archivos que guardan las tradiciones y establecen genealogías dando testimonio de un pasado primigenio. Enrique Loncán publica entre 1923 y 1936 cuatro volúmenes de causeries de título muy porteño, Las charlas de mi amigo en las que actualiza el género imprimiéndole la huella política. Elige las formas y los tonos de la causerie decimonónica para dotarlos de contenidos políticos. La jocosidad y la burla se unen para producir un tipo de

  15. Seasonal variability in clinical care of COPD outpatients: results from the Andalusian COPD audit

    López-Campos JL


    Full Text Available Jose Luis López-Campos,1,2 Maria Abad Arranz,1 Carmen Calero-Acuña,1,2 Fernando Romero-Valero,3 Ruth Ayerbe-García,4 Antonio Hidalgo-Molina,3 Ricardo I Aguilar-Pérez-Grovas,4 Francisco García-Gil,5 Francisco Casas-Maldonado,6 Laura Caballero-Ballesteros,5 María Sánchez-Palop,6 Dolores Pérez-Tejero,7 Alejandro Segado Soriano,7 Jose Calvo-Bonachera,8 Bárbara Hernández-Sierra,8 Adolfo Doménech,9 Macarena Arroyo-Varela,9 Francisco González-Vargas,10 Juan J Cruz-Rueda10 1Unidad Médico-Quirúrgica de Enfermedades Respiratorias, Instituto de Biomedicina de Sevilla (IBiS, Hospital Universitario Virgen del Rocío/Universidad de Sevilla, Seville, 2CIBER de Enfermedades Respiratorias (CIBERES, Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Madrid, 3Sección de Neumología, Hospital Puerta del Mar, Cádiz, 4Servicio de Neumología, Hospital Juan Ramón Jiménez, Huelva, 5Servicio de Neumología, Hospital Universitario Reina Sofía, Córdoba, 6Servicio de Neumología, Hospital Universitario San Cecilio, Granada, 7Sección de Neumología, Hospital Infanta Margarita, Cabra, Córdoba, 8Servicio de Neumología, Hospital Torrecárdenas, Almería, 9Servicio de Neumología, Hospital Regional Universitario de Málaga, Málaga, 10Servicio de Neumología, Hospital Universitario Virgen de las Nieves, Granada, Spain Objectives: Clinical practice in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD can be influenced by weather variability throughout the year. To explore the hypothesis of seasonal variability in clinical practice, the present study analyzes the results of the 2013–2014 Andalusian COPD audit with regard to changes in clinical practice according to the different seasons.Methods: The Andalusian COPD audit was a pilot clinical project conducted from October 2013 to September 2014 in outpatient respiratory clinics of hospitals in Andalusia, Spain (8 provinces with more than 8 million inhabitants with retrospective data gathering. For the present analysis

  16. Acute effects of power and resistance exercises on hemodynamic measurements of older women

    Coelho-Júnior HJ


    Full Text Available Hélio José Coelho-Júnior,1,2 Maria-Cláudia Irigoyen,3 Samuel da Silva Aguiar,2,4 Ivan de Oliveira Gonçalves,2,5 Niels Olsen Saraiva Câmara,6 Marco Antonio Cenedeze,7 Ricardo Yukio Asano,2,8 Bruno Rodrigues,1 Marco Carlos Uchida1 1Applied Kinesiology Laboratory–LCA, School of Physical Education, University of Campinas, Barão Geraldo, Campinas, São Paulo, 2Center of Health Sciences, University of Mogi das Cruzes, Mogi das Cruzes, 3Hypertension Unit, Heart Institute (InCor, Medical School of University of São Paulo, 4School of Physical Education, Catholic University of Brasília, Águas Claras, Brasília, 5Community Center for Older People of Poá, Poá, 6Department of Immunobiology, Laboratory of Transplantation Immunology, Institute of Biomedical Sciences, University of São Paulo, 7Nephrology Division, Federal University of São Paulo, 8School of Arts, Sciences and Humanities, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil Purpose: The purpose of this study was to compare the acute effects of resistance training (RT and power training (PT on the hemodynamic parameters and nitric oxide (NO bioavailability of older women. Materials and methods: A randomized experimental design was used in this study. Twenty-one older women (age: 67.1±4.6 years; body mass index: 28.03±4.9 kg/m2; systolic blood pressure: 135.1±21.1 mmHg were recruited to participate in this study. Volunteers were randomly allocated into PT, RT, and control session (CS groups. The PT and RT groups underwent a single session of physical exercise equalized by training volume, characterized by 3 sets of 8–10 repetitions in 8 different exercises. However, RT group performed exercise at a higher intensity (difficult than PT (moderate group. On the other hand, concentric contractions were faster in PT group than in RT group. Hemodynamic parameters and saliva samples (for NO quantification were collected before and during an hour after exercise completion. Results: Results

  17. Influenzanet: Citizens Among 10 Countries Collaborating to Monitor Influenza in Europe.

    Koppeschaar, Carl E; Colizza, Vittoria; Guerrisi, Caroline; Turbelin, Clément; Duggan, Jim; Edmunds, W John; Kjelsø, Charlotte; Mexia, Ricardo; Moreno, Yamir; Meloni, Sandro; Paolotti, Daniela; Perrotta, Daniela; van Straten, Edward; Franco, Ana O


    youngest and oldest age groups in 7 countries). The incidence of ILI in Influenzanet was found to be closely correlated although quantitatively higher than that obtained by the sentinel medical practice networks. Various risk factors for acquiring an ILI infection were identified. The VE studies performed with Influenzanet data suggest that this surveillance system could develop into a complementary tool to measure the effectiveness of the influenza vaccine, eventually in real time. Results from these analyses illustrate that Influenzanet has developed into a fast and flexible monitoring system that can complement the traditional influenza surveillance performed by sentinel medical practices. The uniformity of Influenzanet allows for direct comparison of ILI rates between countries. It also has the important advantage of yielding individual data, which can be used to identify risk factors. The way in which the Influenzanet system is constructed allows the collection of data that could be extended beyond those of ILI cases to monitor pandemic influenza and other common or emerging diseases. ©Carl E Koppeschaar, Vittoria Colizza, Caroline Guerrisi, Clément Turbelin, Jim Duggan, W John Edmunds, Charlotte Kjelsø, Ricardo Mexia, Yamir Moreno, Sandro Meloni, Daniela Paolotti, Daniela Perrotta, Edward van Straten, Ana O Franco. Originally published in JMIR Public Health and Surveillance (, 19.09.2017.

  18. Teología de la Evolución (III: el Espíritu Santo como Fuente de la Novedad Emergente. Denis Edwards, 2004

    Manuel G. Doncel


    Full Text Available Cerramos la presentación de la tríada de intuiciones valiosas para elaborar una teología dela «creación evolutiva», que iniciamos con las intuiciones de Karl Rahner y Karl Schmitz-Moormann [ve rPENSAMIENTO, vol. 63 (2007, pp. 605-636, y vol. 64 (2008, pp. 783-814, respectivamente]. Presentamos hoy las intuiciones del teólogo católico australiano Denis Edwards, publicadas definitivamente en su libro de 2004. Profundo conocedor de la teología de Karl Rahner, parte de la intuición de la «autotrascendencia activa», pero la enriquece sustancialmente desde su opción filosófica por una «ontología relacional» y su profundo conocimiento de la tradición trinitaria y pneumatológica. Llega así a su intuición central que ve esa acción divina que posibilita la emergencia evolutiva a través de la autotrascendencia de las creaturas como función «propia» del Espíritu Santo, extático y dador-de-vida. Por otra parte, en su modernización de la «relación creadora» de Santo Tomás, intuye también esa relación como función «propia» del Espíritu Santo, extático y portador-de-koinonía. Como intuición previa, ve el interés de destacar estas funciones o papeles «propios de» (y no sólo «apropiados a» las personas divinas, dentro de la acción indivisa de la Trinidad sobre la creación. La primera parte del presente artículo presenta esas tres intuiciones en forma de tesis (§ 1.3. Pero presenta previamente su base filosófica de «ontología relacional» del universo y de la Trinidad, a través de los tres «trascendentales abiertos»: «relacionalidad», «identidad relacional» y «emergencia evolutiva» (§ 1.1. Y su base de una teología de la acción del Espíritu en la creación: bíblica, patrística y teológica moderna (§ 1.2. La segunda busca rastrear en las publicaciones de Denis Edwards su itinerario conceptual: de la concepción cristológica rahneriana, a través del nuevo trinitarismo, revitalizador de Ricardo

  19. Outcomes in Child Health: Exploring the Use of Social Media to Engage Parents in Patient-Centered Outcomes Research.

    Dyson, Michele P; Shave, Kassi; Fernandes, Ricardo M; Scott, Shannon D; Hartling, Lisa


    parents participated in the discussion, our Facebook page gained 43 followers, and our posts reached 5866 users. Mirroring the first phase, most followers were female (79%, 34/43), between 35 and 44 years (49%, 21/43), and resided in Canada (98%, 42/43). User engagement was variable, with no clear patterns emerging in timing, topic, or type of post. Most participants were highly educated, urban dwelling, and female, limiting diversity and representativeness. The source of referral for most survey respondents was through Facebook or a friend, suggesting the importance of personal connections in the dissemination and uptake of information. User engagement with the Facebook-based discussion threads was inconsistent and difficult to initiate. Although there is substantial interest in the use of social media as a component of an effective patient engagement strategy, challenges regarding participant engagement, representativeness, obtaining buy-in, and resources required must be carefully considered. ©Michele P Dyson, Kassi Shave, Ricardo M Fernandes, Shannon D Scott, Lisa Hartling. Originally published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (, 16.03.2017.

  20. Poly-l-lysine-coated magnetic nanoparticles as intracellular actuators for neural guidance

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    Full Text Available Cristina Riggio,1,* Maria Pilar Calatayud,2,* Clare Hoskins,3 Josephine Pinkernelle,4 Beatriz Sanz,2 Teobaldo Enrique Torres,2,5 Manuel Ricardo Ibarra,2,5 Lijun Wang,3 Gerburg Keilhoff,4 Gerardo Fabian Goya,2,5 Vittoria Raffa,1,6 Alfred Cuschieri1,3 1Institute of Life Science, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Piazza Martiri della Libertà, Pisa, Italy; 2Instituto de Nanociencia de Aragón, Universidad de Zaragoza. Mariano Esquillor, Zaragoza, Spain; 3IMSaT, Institute for Medical Science and Technology, University of Dundee, Dundee, Scotland; 4Otto-von-Guericke University, Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Magdeburg, Germany; 5Departamento de Física de la Materia Condensada, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Zaragoza. Cerbuna 12, Zaragoza, Spain; 6Department of Biology, Università di Pisa, Pisa, Italy*These authors contributed equally to this workPurpose: It has been proposed in the literature that Fe3O4 magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs could be exploited to enhance or accelerate nerve regeneration and to provide guidance for regenerating axons. MNPs could create mechanical tension that stimulates the growth and elongation of axons. Particles suitable for this purpose should possess (1 high saturation magnetization, (2 a negligible cytotoxic profile, and (3 a high capacity to magnetize mammalian cells. Unfortunately, the materials currently available on the market do not satisfy these criteria; therefore, this work attempts to overcome these deficiencies.Methods: Magnetite particles were synthesized by an oxidative hydrolysis method and characterized based on their external morphology and size distribution (high-resolution transmission electron microscopy [HR-TEM] as well as their colloidal (Z potential and magnetic properties (Superconducting QUantum Interference Devices [SQUID]. Cell viability was assessed via Trypan blue dye exclusion assay, cell doubling time, and MTT cell proliferation assay and reactive oxygen species production

  1. Mestizaje y nacionalismo en la tierra en armas de Dávalos / Serrano y en algunos ensayos de Juan Carlos Dávalos.

    Elisa Moyano


    Full Text Available El presente trabajo realiza un análisis de La tierra en armas, Los gauchos y “Gauchos y collas” en los que algunos personajes se presentan elaborados desde el paradigma del mestizaje. Los textos no constituyen descripciones del mestizo, del mestizaje o del proceso de su constitución (aunque los ensayos hacen pequeños aportes en este sentido como las realizadas por Uslar Pietri o por Fernando Ortiz. Se trata (y ésta es nuestra hipótesis de textos donde se construyen mestizos ideales para proponerlos como figuras de identificación en el marco de una doctrina política: el nacionalismo. El análisis se hizo siguiendo el modelo teórico-metodológico que Cornejo Polar utiliza para “desenmascarar” el hispanismo de la tesis de Riva Agüero sobre el Inca Garcilaso. A partir de comparaciones con las figuras mestizas construidas en otros textos, se encontraron similitudes con las de Riva Agüero con lo que se pensó en una posible raíz andina de los textos davalianos; pero se llegó a la conclusión de que éstos: 1.- están informados por un nacionalismo fuertemente hispanista a la manera de Manuel Gálvez y no al modo helenizante de Lugones 2.- están atravesados por un tenaz antiindigenismo, en las antípodas de una posición como la de Ricardo Rojas que daba importancia también a la vertiente indígena del mestizaje. Finalmente y a manera de conclusión se discute si, a comienzos del siglo XXI, tiene sentido “denunciar” hispanismo. O si, realizada en tantos ensayos la ponderación del mestizaje como característica de Hispanoamérica (aún cuando se haga sobresalir la vertiente hispana del mismo no sería preferible: 1.- ubicar los textos en sus condiciones productivas; 2.- preguntar por el lugar enunciativo desde dónde se “desenmascara” el hispanismo; 3.- ver si en los enunciados no se está estigmatizando todavía a España que —a diferencia de otras potencias imperiales— hizo posible la mezcla, y finalmente 4.- observar si, al

  2. Blood pressure reactivity to mental stress is attenuated following resistance exercise in older hypertensive women

    Gauche R


    Full Text Available Rafael Gauche,1 Ricardo M Lima,1,2 Jonathan Myers,2 André B Gadelha,1 Silvia GR Neri,1 Claudia LM Forjaz,3 Lauro C Vianna1 1Faculty of Physical Education, University of Brasília, Brasília, Brazil; 2Cardiology Division, Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System and Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, USA; 3School of Physical Education and Sport, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil Purpose: This study aimed to investigate the effects of resistance exercise (RE on autonomic control and blood pressure (BP reactivity during mental stress (MS in treated older hypertensive women. Methods: Ten older hypertensive women (age =71.1±5.5 years; body mass index =24.2±3.9; mean BP [MBP] =85.4±3.5 underwent a protocol consisting of BP and heart rate variability (HRV output assessments at baseline and during MS, and these measurements were taken before and 60 minutes after two bouts of RE (traditional and circuit. MS was induced through a computerized 3-minute Stroop color–word test before and 1 hour after each exercise session; BP was measured every minute during MS, and HRV was monitored as a measure of cardiac autonomic control. Results: A significant effect of time on systolic BP (∆pre =17.4±12.8 versus ∆post =12.5±9.6; P=0.01, diastolic BP (∆pre =13.7±7.1 versus ∆post =8.8±4.5; P=0.01, and MBP (∆pre =14.0±7.7 versus ∆post =9.3±5.4; P<0.01 after RE was observed, with no differences between the two sessions. In addition, a significant effect of time on log-normalized low-frequency component of HRV (ms2; 5.3±0.8 pre-exercise MS versus 4.8±1.0 baseline value; P=0.023 was also observed, showing a significant change from baseline to MS before RE, but not after RE sessions. These results may be related to a lessened RE-mediated cardiac sympathetic activity during MS. Conclusion: RE is an effective tool to reduce BP reactivity to MS, which could therefore be associated with an acute reduction in cardiovascular risk. This

  3. Reseñas

    HC Reseñas


    Full Text Available BURKE, PETER (ed. Formas de hacer historia. Madrid, Alianza, 1993. CARASA, PEDRO (ed. Élites. Prosopografía contemporánea. Valladolid, Universidad, 1994. BLAS GUERRERO, ANDRÉS DE. Nacionalismos y naciones en Europa. Madrid, Alianza, 1994. MARTÍN DE LA GUARDIA, RICARDO M. y PÉREZ SÁNCHEZ, GUILLERMO A. (Coords. El sueño quedó lejos. Crisis y cambios en el mundo actual. Valladolid, Universidad, 1993. MENA MÚGICA, MAYRA y HERNÁNDEZ VICENTE, SEVERIANO Fuentes documentales de la Administración Española en el Archivo Nacional de Cuba. La Administración Autonómica Española de Cuba en 1898. Salamanca, Universidad, 1994. BAHAMONDE, ÁNGEL y MARTÍNEZ, JESÚS A. Historia de España. Siglo XIX. Madrid, Cátedra, 1994. TORTELLA, GABRIEL. El desarrollo de la España contemporánea. Historia económica de los siglos XIX y XX. Madrid, Alianza, 1994. NÚÑEZ, CLARA E. y TORTELLA, GABRIEL (eds. La maldición divina. Ignorancia y atraso económico en perspectiva histórica. Madrid, Alianza, 1993. NÚÑEZ, CLARA E. La fuente de la riqueza. Educación y desarrollo económico en la España Contemporánea. Madrid, Alianza, 1992. BAHAMONDE MAGRO, ÁNGEL (dir. Las comunicaciones en la construcción del Estado contemporáneo en España: 1700-1936. Madrid, Ministerio de Obras Públicas, Transportes y Medio Ambiente, 1993. GORTÁZAR, GUILLERMO (ed. Nación y Estado en la España liberal. Madrid, Noesis, 1994. CUENCA TORIBIO, JOSÉ MANUEL. Parlamentarismo y antiparlamentarismo en España. Madrid, Publicaciones del Congreso de los Diputados, 1995. GUEREÑA, JEAN-LOUIS, RUIZ BERRIO, JULIO y TIANA FERRER, ALEJANDRO (Eds. Historia de la Educación en la España contemporánea. Diez años de investigación. Madrid, CIDE, 1994. TOWNSON, NIGEL (ed. El republicanismo en España (1830-1977. Madrid, Alianza, 1994. ROCAMORA, JOSÉ ANTONIO. El nacionalismo Ibérico 1792-1936. Valladolid, Universidad, 1994. VAL VERDE LAMSFÚS, LOLA. Entre el deshonor y la miseria

  4. Comparison of percentage body fat and body mass index for the prediction of inflammatory and atherogenic lipid risk profiles in elderly women

    Funghetto SS


    Full Text Available Silvana Schwerz Funghetto,1 Alessandro de Oliveira Silva,2 Nuno Manuel Frade de Sousa,3 Marina Morato Stival,1 Ramires Alsamir Tibana,4 Leonardo Costa Pereira,1 Marja Letícia Chaves Antunes,1 Luciano Ramos de Lima,1 Jonato Prestes,4 Ricardo Jacó Oliveira,1 Maurílio Tiradentes Dutra,2 Vinícius Carolino Souza,1,4 Dahan da Cunha Nascimento,4 Margô Gomes de Oliveira Karnikowski1 1University of Brasília (UnB, Brasília, DF, Brazil; 2Center University of Brasilia (UNICEUB, Brasilia, DF, Brazil; 3Laboratory of Exercise Physiology, Faculty Estácio de Sá of Vitória, ES, Brazil; 4Catholic University of Brasília, Brasília, DF, Brazil Objective: To compare the clinical classification of the body mass index (BMI and percentage body fat (PBF for the prediction of inflammatory and atherogenic lipid profile risk in older women.Method: Cross-sectional analytical study with 277 elderly women from a local community in the Federal District, Brazil. PBF and fat-free mass (FFM were determined by dual energy X-ray absorptiometry. The investigated inflammatory parameters were interleukin 6 and C-reactive protein.Results: Twenty-five percent of the elderly women were classified as normal weight, 50% overweight, and 25% obese by the BMI. The obese group had higher levels of triglycerides and very low-density lipoproteins than did the normal weight group (P≤0.05 and lower levels of high-density lipoproteins (HDL than did the overweight group (P≤0.05. According to the PBF, 49% of the elderly women were classified as eutrophic, 28% overweight, and 23% obese. In the binomial logistic regression analyses including age, FFM, and lipid profile, only FFM (odds ratio [OR]=0.809, 95% confidence interval [CI]: 0.739–0.886; P<0.0005 proved to be a predictor of reaching the eutrophic state by the BMI. When the cutoff points of PBF were used for the classification, FFM (OR=0.903, CI=0.884–0.965; P=0.003 and the total cholesterol/HDL ratio (OR=0.113, CI=0.023–0

  5. Relationship of depression in participants with nonspecific acute or subacute low back pain and no-pain by age distribution

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    Full Text Available Cesar Calvo-Lobo,1 Juan Manuel Vilar Fernández,2 Ricardo Becerro-de-Bengoa-Vallejo,3 Marta Elena Losa-Iglesias,4 David Rodríguez-Sanz,5 Patricia Palomo López,6 Daniel López López7 1Physical Therapy Department, Motion in Brains Research Group, Instituto de Neurociencias y Ciencias del Movimiento, Centro Superior de Estudios Universitarios La Salle, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid; 2Modeling, Optimization and Statistical Inference Research Group, Universidade da Coruña, A Coruña; 3School of Nursing, Physiotherapy and Podiatry, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid; 4Faculty of Health Sciences, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid; 5Physical Therapy & Health Sciences Research Group, Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud, el Ejercicio y el Deporte, Universidad Europea de Madrid, Madrid; 6University Center of Plasencia, Universidad de Extremadura, Badajoz; 7Research, Health and Podiatry Unit, Department of Health Sciences, Faculty of Nursing and Podiatry, Universidade da Coruña, A Coruña, Spain Background and purpose: Nonspecific low back pain (LBP is the most prevalent musculoskeletal condition in various age ranges and is associated with depression. The aim of this study was to determine the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI scores in participants with nonspecific LBP and no-pain by age distribution.Methods: A case–control study was carried out following the Strengthening the Reporting of Observational Studies in Epidemiology criteria. A sample of 332 participants, divided into the following age categories: 19–24 (n=11, 25–39 (n=66, 40–64 (n=90, 65–79 (n=124, and ≥80 (n=41 years was recruited from domiciliary visits and an outpatient clinic. The BDI scores were self-reported in participants with nonspecific acute or subacute (≤3 months LBP (n=166 and no-pain (n=166.Results: The BDI scores, mean ± standard deviation, showed statistically significant differences (p<0.001 between participants with nonspecific acute or

  6. Online continuing medical education as a key link for successful noncommunicable disease self-management: the CASALUD™ Model

    Gallardo-Rincón H


    Full Text Available Héctor Gallardo-Rincón,1 Rodrigo Saucedo-Martínez,1 Ricardo Mujica-Rosales,1 Evan M Lee,2 Amy Israel,2 Braulio Torres-Beltran,3 Úrsula Quijano-González,3 Elena Rose Atkinson,3 Pablo Kuri-Morales,4 Roberto Tapia-Conyer1 1Fundación Carlos Slim, Mexico City, Mexico; 2Lilly Global Health, Eli Lilly and Company, Vernier, Switzerland; 3C230 Consultores, Mexico City, Mexico; 4Mexican Ministry of Health, Mexico City, Mexico Purpose: The purpose of this study is to evaluate how the benefits of online continuing medical education (CME provided to health care professionals traveled along a patient “educational chain”. In this study, the educational chain begins with the influence that CME can have on the quality of health care, with subsequent influence on patient knowledge, disease self-management, and disease biomarkers. Methods: A total of 422 patients with at least one noncommunicable disease (NCD treated in eight different Mexican public health clinics were followed over 3 years. All clinics were participants in the CASALUD Model, an NCD care model for primary care, where all clinic staff were offered CME. Data were collected through a questionnaire on health care, patient disease knowledge, and self-management behaviors; blood samples and anthropometric measurements were collected to measure patient disease biomarkers. Results: Between 2013 and 2015, the indexes measuring quality of health care, patient health knowledge, and diabetes self-management activities rose moderately but significantly (from 0.54 to 0.64, 0.80 to 0.84, and 0.62 to 0.67, respectively. Performing self-care activities – including owning and using a glucometer and belonging to a disease support group – saw the highest increase (from 0.65 to 0.75. A1C levels increased between 2013 and 2015 from 7.95 to 8.41% (63–68 mmol/mol (P<0.001, and blood pressure decreased between 2014 and 2015 from 143.7/76.8 to 137.5/74.4 (systolic/diastolic reported in mmHg (P<0

  7. Beta-cell function is associated with metabolic syndrome in Mexican subjects



    Full Text Available Blanca G Baez-Duarte1,3, María Del Carmen Sánchez-Guillén3†, Ricardo Pérez-Fuentes2,3, Irma Zamora-Ginez1,3, Bertha Alicia Leon-Chavez1, Cristina Revilla-Monsalve4, Sergio Islas-Andrade41Posgrado en Ciencias Químicas, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, México; 2Facultad de Medicina, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, México; 3Centro de Investigación Biomédica de Oriente, Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social, Atlixco, Puebla, México; 4Multidiciplinary Research Group on Diabetes (José Sánchez-Corona, Fernando Guerrero-Romero, Martha Rodriguez-Moran, Agustin Madero, Jorge Escobedo-de-la-Peña, Silvia Flores-Martinez, Esperanza, Martinez-Abundis, Manuel Gonzalez-Ortiz, Alberto Rascon-Pacheco, Margarita Torres-Tamayo, Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social, México, Distrito Federal, México; †María Del Carmen Sánchez-Guillén passed away on 27 November 2009.Aims: The clinical diagnosis of metabolic syndrome does not find any parameters to evaluate the insulin sensitivity (IS or β-cell function. The evaluation of these parameters would detect early risk of developing metabolic syndrome. The aim of this study is to determine the relationship between β-cell function and presence of metabolic syndrome in Mexican subjects.Material and methods: This study is part of the Mexican Survey on the Prevention of Diabetes (MexDiab Study with headquarters in the city of Puebla, Mexico. The study comprised of 444 subjects of both genders, aged between 18 and 60 years and allocated into two study groups: (1 control group of individuals at metabolic balance without metabolic syndrome and (2 group composed of subjects with metabolic syndrome and diagnosed according to the criteria of the Third Report of the National Cholesterol Education Program Expert Panel on Defection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Cholesterol in Adults. Anthropometric, biochemical, and clinical assessments were carried out.Results: Average age of the

  8. Reseñas de Libros

    Diego Iturriaga Barco


    , 2003, 241 pp.Páginas 198-200Alejandro Román AntequeraUceda, Ricardo, Muerte en el Pentagonito. Los cementerios secretos del Ejército Peruano. Bogotá, Planeta Colombiana, 2004, 477 pp.Páginas 200-202Magdalena ChocanoVeiga, Francisco, Slobo. Una biografía no autorizada de Milosevic. Madrid, Debate, 2004, 579 pp.Páginas 202-204Joseba Louzao VillarZebiri, Kate, Mahmud Shaltut and Islamic Modernism. Oxford, Clarebdon Press, 1993, 200 pp.Páginas 204-206Ibrahim Abu Bakar

  9. Evaluation of Technical Feasibility of Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition (HCCI) Engine Fueled with Hydrogen, Natural Gas, and DME

    Pratapas, John; Mather, Daniel; Kozlovsky, Anton


    The objective of the proposed project was to confirm the feasibility of using blends of hydrogen and natural gas to improve the performance, efficiency, controllability and emissions of a homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI) engine. The project team utilized both engine simulation and laboratory testing to evaluate and optimize how blends of hydrogen and natural gas fuel might improve control of HCCI combustion. GTI utilized a state-of-the art single-cylinder engine test platform for the experimental work in the project. The testing was designed to evaluate the feasibility of extending the limits of HCCI engine performance (i.e., stable combustion, high efficiency and low emissions) on natural gas by using blends of natural gas and hydrogen. Early in the project Ricardo provided technical support to GTI as we applied their engine performance simulation program, WAVE, to our HCCI research engine. Modeling support was later provided by Digital Engines, LLC to use their proprietary model to predict peak pressures and temperatures for varying operating parameters included in the Design of Experiments test plan. Digital Engines also provided testing support for the hydrogen and natural gas blends. Prof. David Foster of University of Wisconsin-Madison participated early in the project by providing technical guidance on HCCI engine test plans and modeling requirements. The main purpose of the testing was to quantify the effects of hydrogen addition to natural gas HCCI. Directly comparing straight natural gas with the hydrogen enhanced test points is difficult due to the complexity of HCCI combustion. With the same air flow rate and lambda, the hydrogen enriched fuel mass flow rate is lower than the straight natural gas mass flow rate. However, the energy flow rate is higher for the hydrogen enriched fuel due to hydrogen’s significantly greater lower heating value, 120 mJ/kg for hydrogen compared to 45 mJ/kg for natural gas. With these caveats in mind, an

  10. Evaluation of Technical Feasibility of Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition (HCCI) Engine Fueled with Hydrogen, Natural Gas, and DME

    John Pratapas; Daniel Mather; Anton Kozlovsky


    The objective of the proposed project was to confirm the feasibility of using blends of hydrogen and natural gas to improve the performance, efficiency, controllability and emissions of a homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI) engine. The project team utilized both engine simulation and laboratory testing to evaluate and optimize how blends of hydrogen and natural gas fuel might improve control of HCCI combustion. GTI utilized a state-of-the art single-cylinder engine test platform for the experimental work in the project. The testing was designed to evaluate the feasibility of extending the limits of HCCI engine performance (i.e., stable combustion, high efficiency and low emissions) on natural gas by using blends of natural gas and hydrogen. Early in the project Ricardo provided technical support to GTI as we applied their engine performance simulation program, WAVE, to our HCCI research engine. Modeling support was later provided by Digital Engines, LLC to use their proprietary model to predict peak pressures and temperatures for varying operating parameters included in the Design of Experiments test plan. Digital Engines also provided testing support for the hydrogen and natural gas blends. Prof. David Foster of University of Wisconsin-Madison participated early in the project by providing technical guidance on HCCI engine test plans and modeling requirements. The main purpose of the testing was to quantify the effects of hydrogen addition to natural gas HCCI. Directly comparing straight natural gas with the hydrogen enhanced test points is difficult due to the complexity of HCCI combustion. With the same air flow rate and lambda, the hydrogen enriched fuel mass flow rate is lower than the straight natural gas mass flow rate. However, the energy flow rate is higher for the hydrogen enriched fuel due to hydrogen's significantly greater lower heating value, 120 mJ/kg for hydrogen compared to 45 mJ/kg for natural gas. With these caveats in mind, an

  11. Development of a bone-targeted pH-sensitive liposomal formulation containing doxorubicin: physicochemical characterization, cytotoxicity, and biodistribution evaluation in a mouse model of bone metastasis

    Ferreira DS


    Full Text Available Diêgo dos Santos Ferreira,1,2 Samilla Dornelas Faria,1 Sávia Caldeira de Araújo Lopes,1 Cláudia Salviano Teixeira,1 Angelo Malachias,3 Rogério Magalhães-Paniago,3 José Dias de Souza Filho,4 Bruno Luis de Jesus Pinto Oliveira,2 Alexander Ramos Guimarães,2 Peter Caravan,2 Lucas Antônio Miranda Ferreira,1 Ricardo José Alves,1 Mônica Cristina Oliveira1 1Department of Pharmaceutical Products, Faculty of Pharmacy,Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil; 2Athinoula A Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA; 3Department of Physics, 4Department of Chemistry, Institute of Exact Sciences, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil Background: Despite recent advances in cancer therapy, the treatment of bone tumors remains a major challenge. A possible underlying hypothesis, limitation, and unmet need may be the inability of therapeutics to penetrate into dense bone mineral, which can lead to poor efficacy and high toxicity, due to drug uptake in healthy organs. The development of nanostructured formulations with high affinity for bone could be an interesting approach to overcome these challenges.Purpose: To develop a liposomal formulation with high affinity for hydroxyapatite and the ability to release doxorubicin (DOX in an acidic environment for future application as a tool for treatment of bone metastases.Materials and methods: Liposomes were prepared by thin-film lipid hydration, followed by extrusion and the sulfate gradient-encapsulation method. Liposomes were characterized by average diameter, ζ-potential, encapsulation percentage, X-ray diffraction, and differential scanning calorimetry. Release studies in buffer (pH 7.4 or 5, plasma, and serum, as well as hydroxyapatite-affinity in vitro analysis were performed. Cytotoxicity was evaluated by MTT assay against the MDA-MB-231 cell line, and biodistribution was

  12. From somatic pain to psychic pain: The body in the psychoanalytic field.

    Hartung, Thomas; Steinbrecher, Michael


    The integration of psyche and soma begins with a baby's earliest contact with his or her parents. With the help of maternal empathy and reverie, β-elements are transformed into α-elements. While we understand this to be the case, we would like to enquire what actually happens to those parts of the affect which have not been transformed? For the most part they may be dealt with by evacuation, but they can also remain within the body, subsequently contributing to psychosomatic symptoms. This paper describes how the body serves as an intermediate store between the psychic (inner) and outer reality. The authors focuses on the unconscious communicative process between the analyst and the analysand, and in particular on how psychosomatic symptoms can spread to the analyst's body. The latter may become sensitive to the analysand's psychosomatic symptoms in order to better understand the psychoanalytical process. Sensory processes (visual and auditory) and psychic mechanisms such as projective identification can serve as a means for this communication. One of the first analysts to deal with this topic was Wilhelm Reich. He described one kind of psychosomatic defence like a shell, the character armour, comparing the armour formed by muscle tension with another, more psychical type of armour. This concept can be linked to Winnicott's contribution of the false self and later on to Feldman's concept of compliance as a defence. The authors links further details of the clinical material with theoretical concepts from Joyce McDougall, Piera Aulagnier, and Ricardo Rodulfo and Marilia Aisenstein. With the aid of the complex concept of projective identification, as described by Heinz Weiss, the authors discusses the important question of how the analyst gets in touch with the patient's current psychosomatic state, and describes a specific communication between the body of the psychoanalyst and the body of the patient. A vignette illustrates in greater detail the relationship

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  14. Anti-CEA loaded maghemite nanoparticles as a theragnostic device for colorectal cancer

    Campos da Paz M


    Full Text Available Mariana Campos da Paz,1 Maria de Fátima M Almeida Santos,1 Camila MB Santos,2 Sebastião W da Silva,2 Lincoln Bernardo de Souza,3 Emília CD Lima,3 Renata C Silva,1 Carolina M Lucci,1 Paulo César Morais,2 Ricardo B Azevedo,1 Zulmira GM Lacava11Instituto de Ciências Biológicas; 2Instituto de Física, Universidade de Brasília, Brasília, DF, Brazil; 3Instituto de Química, Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, GO, BrazilAbstract: Nanosized maghemite particles were synthesized, precoated (with dimercaptosuccinic acid and surface-functionalized with anticarcinoembryonic antigen (anti-CEA and successfully used to target cell lines expressing the CEA, characteristic of colorectal cancer (CRC cells. The as-developed nanosized material device, consisting of surface decorated maghemite nanoparticles suspended as a biocompatible magnetic fluid (MF sample, labeled MF-anti-CEA, was characterized and tested against two cell lines: a high-CEA expressing cell line (LS174T and a low-CEA expressing cell line (HCT116. Whereas X-ray diffraction was used to assess the average core size of the as-synthesized maghemite particles (average 8.3 nm in diameter, dynamic light scattering and electrophoretic mobility measurements were used to obtain the average hydrodynamic diameter (550 nm and the zeta-potential (−38 mV of the as-prepared and maghemite-based nanosized device, respectively. Additionally, surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS was used to track the surface decoration of the nanosized maghemite particles from the very first precoating up to the attachment of the anti-CEA moiety. The Raman peak at 1655 cm−1, absent in the free anti-CEA spectrum, is the signature of the anti-CEA binding onto the precoated magnetic nanoparticles. Whereas MTT assay was used to confirm the low cell toxicity of the MF-anti-CEA device, ELISA and Prussian blue iron staining tests performed with both cell lines (LS174T and HCT116 confirm that the as-prepared MF

  15. 2012 best practices for repositories collection, storage, retrieval, and distribution of biological materials for research international society for biological and environmental repositories.


    Third Edition [Formula: see text] [Box: see text] Printed with permission from the International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories (ISBER) © 2011 ISBER All Rights Reserved Editor-in-Chief Lori D. Campbell, PhD Associate Editors Fay Betsou, PhD Debra Leiolani Garcia, MPA Judith G. Giri, PhD Karen E. Pitt, PhD Rebecca S. Pugh, MS Katherine C. Sexton, MBA Amy P.N. Skubitz, PhD Stella B. Somiari, PhD Individual Contributors to the Third Edition Jonas Astrin, Susan Baker, Thomas J. Barr, Erica Benson, Mark Cada, Lori Campbell, Antonio Hugo Jose Froes Marques Campos, David Carpentieri, Omoshile Clement, Domenico Coppola, Yvonne De Souza, Paul Fearn, Kelly Feil, Debra Garcia, Judith Giri, William E. Grizzle, Kathleen Groover, Keith Harding, Edward Kaercher, Joseph Kessler, Sarah Loud, Hannah Maynor, Kevin McCluskey, Kevin Meagher, Cheryl Michels, Lisa Miranda, Judy Muller-Cohn, Rolf Muller, James O'Sullivan, Karen Pitt, Rebecca Pugh, Rivka Ravid, Katherine Sexton, Ricardo Luis A. Silva, Frank Simione, Amy Skubitz, Stella Somiari, Frans van der Horst, Gavin Welch, Andy Zaayenga 2012 Best Practices for Repositories: Collection, Storage, Retrieval and Distribution of Biological Materials for Research INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR BIOLOGICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL REPOSITORIES (ISBER) INTRODUCTION T he availability of high quality biological and environmental specimens for research purposes requires the development of standardized methods for collection, long-term storage, retrieval and distribution of specimens that will enable their future use. Sharing successful strategies for accomplishing this goal is one of the driving forces for the International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories (ISBER). For more information about ISBER see . ISBER's Best Practices for Repositories (Best Practices) reflect the collective experience of its members and has received broad input from other repository professionals. Throughout this document

  16. 8th Argentinean Bioengineering Society Conference (SABI 2011) and 7th Clinical Engineering Meeting

    Meschino, Gustavo Javier; Ballarin, Virginia L.


    President Dr Gustavo Meschino Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata Comittee Dr Gustavo Abraham Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata - CONICET Mg Rubén Acevedo Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos Ing Pablo Agüero Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata Ing Mariela Ambrustolo Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata Dr Ricardo Armentano Universidad Favaloro Dra Virginia L Ballarin Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata Dra Josefina Ballarre Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata - CONICET Dr Eduardo Blotta Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata Ing Marco Benalcázar Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata Mg Freddy Geovanny Benalcázar Palacios Escuela Superior Politécnica de Chimborazo, Ecuador Dr Roberto Boeri Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata - CONICET - INTEMA Dra Agustina Bouchet Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata Dr Ariel Braidot Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos Dr Marcel Brun Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata Dra Silvia Ceré Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata - CONICET Ing Fernando Clara Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata Dr Raúl Correa Prado Universidad Nacional de San Juan Bioing Pablo Cortez Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata Dra Teresita R Cuadrado Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata - CONICET Ing Eduardo De Forteza Universidad Favaloro Dra Mariana Del Fresno Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires Dr Martín Diaz Informática Médica Hospital Aleman de Buenos Aires - GIBBA Ing Julio César Doumecq Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata Mg Ana María Echenique Universidad Nacional de San Juan Bioing Pedro Escobar Universidad Nacional del Centro, Olavarría, Pcia de Buenos Aires Dr Fernando Daniel Farfán Universidad Nacional de Tucumán Dr Carmelo Felice Universidad Nacional de Tucumán - CONICET Dr Elmer Fernández Universidad Católica de Córdoba - CONICET Ing José Flores Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos Dr Arturo Gayoso Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata Dra Bioing Agustina Garcés Universidad Nacional de San

  17. A base de conhecimentos profissionais para o ensino: provocações à docência universitária

    Jefferson da Silva Moreira


    : provocations on university teaching  ABSTRACT This work shows the results of a conducted research which aimed to understand how the professional knowledge related to teaching by professors who teach in engineering courses at a public university in Bahia. Since the stricto sensu graduate programs are predominantly directed to the researcher’s formation, the investigation process revolved around the following guiding question: where and by which processes did teachers of engineering courses of a public university in Bahia built their professional knowledge related to teaching? This qualitative study is grounded in discussions made by authors who discuss University Pedagogy: Masetto (2012, Pimenta (2009, D'Ávila (2013, Soares (2009 and teacher training: Pimenta (2014; Marcelo Garcia (2012; Mizukami et. al. (2010 and Nono (2005. The collection of data was carried out by a socio-professional questionnaire, as well as the application of the teaching case entitled "Ricardo's Dilemma". The analysis of the data was based on the assumptions of the content analysis technique (BARDIN, 1977. The performed analysis allows us to assert that: a the teaching practice of university professors is based on model teachers that they had during their schooling process in basic and higher education. b The teaching profession, in higher education, is built daily, based on experience exchange with peers. c the teaching practice during the master's degree and the participation in training courses have been considered as driving elements in the learning processes of teaching and professional development of the subjects participating in our study. Keywords: University teaching. Professional knowledge. Teacher training   La base de conocimientos profesionales para la enseñanza: provocaciones a la docencia universitaria RESUMEN El artículo es resultado de una investigación que buscó investigar cómo se establece la construcción de los conocimientos profesionales relacionados con la enseñanza por


    Carlos Augusto Pereira Viana


    ísicas, dado ver nelas a ocorrência do retraimento da libido ao eu e o consequente abandono do mundo exterior. Ao contrário de Freud que tinha grande experiência para com o tratamento das neuroses, tanto Jung como Sandor Ferenczi tinham uma clínica com pacientes afetados por esquizofrenia e por paranoia e realizavam uma discussão constante desses caso com Freud, pelos quais mostrava um grande interesse. Freud, por sua vez, ao escrever o caso Schreber, baseado na biografia do mesmo, avança no entendimento da paranoia, a partir de meticulosa análise do desencadeamento e organização do delírio de Schreber, chegando a traçar sua gramática. Contribuição até hoje considerada fundamental para a clínica para com a psicose paranoica. Fruto de sua pesquisa de mestrado em psicologia na UFC, sob a orientação do Professor Ricardo Barrocas, esse livro testemunha o empenho em realizar uma análise com fundamentos epistemológicos e dados de relevância clínica acerca das contribuições recíprocas desses dois pensadores, situando-as tanto no contexto da história do pensamento psicopatológico, quanto no que diz respeito ao desenvolvimento de dois sistemas de pensamento, pensando-os em relação ao desenvolvimento de um mesmo conceito. Disso resulta uma análise cuja marca é o senso ético e o respeito que o autor dedica em seu trabalho de investigação aos dois pensadores, o que não costuma ser comum, uma vez que essa discussão é, amiúde, marcada por uma supervalorização da posição de um dos lados sobre o outro. E tal não ocorre, no contexto desse trabalho, uma vez que ele se fundamenta por sobre dados analíticos cuidadosamente tratados e que nos fazem avançar em relação a um entendimento mais efetivo e sistemático dos principais eixos conceituais e metodológicos que geraram a ruptura entre os dois colaboradores, mas também do que desses eixos cada um deles anexou do outro ao seu sistema de pensamento. O que justifica, inclusive, o fato de ambos, mesmo

  19. Editorial

    Eloisa Bordoli


    indexación de LATINDEX.             Cabe señalar que los artículos publicados abarcan una variedad de temas relacionados con la problemática teórica y con diversos recortes y tematizaciones provenientes del campo fenoménico de la enseñanza. Los abordajes que se efectúan se asientan en diversos marcos disciplinarios y enfoque teóricos que permiten interrogar y poner en “suspenso” la centralidad de lo fáctico o los marcos prescriptivos que han hegemonizado los discursos sobre la enseñanza al tiempo que amplían los marcos comprensivos del acontecimiento didáctico.             Particularmente en este número se ofrecen cinco artículos y tres notas de investigación junto a una reseña. El texto de Ricardo Crisorio, “Sujeto y cuerpo en educación”, analiza las distintas nociones de sujeto y la especificidad del sujeto en la educación así como las nociones de cuerpo. A partir de este rastreo y sus interrelaciones aborda el análisis de las prácticas de enseñanza en educación corporal. El trabajo de Marcelo Novas, “Schreber y su enseñanza”, recorre las propuestas de Freud y Lacan sobre el proceso identificatorio. A partir de estas conceptualizaciones explora las interrelaciones con la enseñanza.  En una línea similar, el texto de Adrián Villalba, “Cuando la enseñanza hace sujeto, el concepto de identidad cuestionado”, retoma los aportes conceptuales sobre la identificación, efectuados por Freud y Lacan, para interrogarse sobre el pretendido sujeto pasible de enseñanza. Por su parte, el artículo de Norma Rodríguez y Alexandre Fernandez Vaz, “Contenidos de la enseñanza: conceptualizaciones, crítica epistemológica, propuestas de intervención”, se articula en torno al desarrollo de la hipótesis que señala que la transición de una Educación Física centrada en una propuesta de objetivos tiene su correlato en el discurso de la ciencia moderna y que, una propuesta de una pedagogía por contenidos tiene su

  20. Св. Симеон – вечният владетел на сърбите

    Нина [Nina] Гагова [Gagova


    Full Text Available St. Simeon – the eternal ruler of the Serbs The article discusses the development of the cult of St. Simeon (Stefan Nemanja, ca. 1113–1199 in the thirteenth century as a core of the ruler’s ideology and a mirror of the political changes in Serbia. The main task is to discover when, how and why the founder of the Nemanidi dynasty became the first and eternal ruler of the Serbs, analyzing the choice of the biblical motifs and quotations in the introductions and in a number of other selected places in the main ideological texts of the period: two Hilandar Monastery charters, one written from the Grand Zhupan Stefan Nemanja himself in 1198, the other – written in 1207/8 by his son, Stefan the First-Crowned as well as three Vitae of St. Simeon, written by his sons St. Sava and St. Stefan and by the Hilandar’s hegumenos Domentian. The study applies the approach of biblical thematic clues, proposed by Ricardo Picchio, hitherto unused for these sources, and takes into consideration also some results obtained through the investigation of early Slavic Orthodox texts from the point of view of the same concept. One conclusion which was arrived at is that the same tradition of biblical exegesis con­cerning the concepts of the Unfailing Mercy and Continuity of the Apostleship and the motifs of Conversion/New Nations and the Blessed Generation of the Upright, is consistently used in Serbian text for the same purpose – the affirmation of one’s own saints and, through their cults, confirmation of own “institutions of salvation” (ruling dynasty, church organization, liturgical language as proceeding directly from God. In the three Vitae of St. Simeon different inherited models and patterns are adopted, corresponding to different versions of Ideal Ruler and of legitimization in changing political circumstances in Serbia and in European South-East in the thirteenth century. The last version, long lasting in Serbian political ideology, can be

  1. XXXI LIAC Meeting on Vascular Research - Proceedings

    L. Monteiro Rodrigues et al.


    ência Keynote Speaker | Prelector Livia Visai Free Comunications | Comunicações livres Speakers | Prelectores Gabriele Corsaro Michel Spina Ricardo Moreira Keynote lecture 5 | 5ª Conferência Keynote Speaker | Prelector Antonio D'Amore 4st Session |Sessão 4 Innovation and Technology from Diagnostics to Therapeutics | Inovação e Tecnologia de Diagnóstico à Terapêutica Charmain | Moderador - Philippe Charpiot Keynote lecture 6 | 6ª Conferência Keynote Speaker | Prelector Laurent Riou Free Comunications | Comunicações livres Speakers | Prelectores Carlota Saldanha Eduardo Vilela Hugo Ferreira Keynote lecture 7 | 7ª Conferência Keynote Speaker | Prelecto Geoffrey Mitchell 12 September | 12 de Setembro 5st Session |Sessão 4 Clinical Applications | Aplicações Clínicas Charmain | Moderador - Vicenta Llorente-Cortés Free Comunications | Comunicações livres Speakers | Prelectores Antonio Leppeda Henrique Silva Diogo Fonseca Open Session ANTONIO TAMBURRO Conference 1st Session | Sessão 1 Molecular and Supramolecular Structure | Estrutura Molecular e Supramolecular Chairman / Moderador Alain Pierre Gadeau C.01 - Molecular and Supramolecular Structure of glycopeptides as scaffolds in tissue engineering (U Basilicata Speaker / Prelector Brigida Bochicchio C.02 - Domain CR9 of Low-Density Lipoprotein Receptor-Related Protein 1 (LRP1 Is Critical for Aggregated LDL-Induced Foam Cell Formation from Human Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells (CSIC-ICCC, Barcelona Speaker / Prelector Vicenta Llorente-Cortés 1st Session | Sessão 1 Molecular and Supramolecular Structure | Estrutura Molecular e Supramolecular C.03 - Beneficial effects of physical training on the vascular dysfunction induced by intermittent hypoxia (U Grenoble - U Libanaise Speaker / Prelector Zeinab El Dirani C.04 - Protocols for studying Pelvic Venous Pathology (Hospital Rúber Internacional, Madrid Speaker / Prelector Leal Monedero 1st Session | Sessão 1 Molecular and Supramolecular Structure | Estrutura

  2. Novedades Bibliográficas

    anurio Colombiano de Historia social y de la cultura


    Full Text Available Jaime Humberto Borja, Los indios medievales de Fray Pedro de Aguado. Construcción del idólatra y escritura de la historia en una crónica del siglo XVI. Bogotá: Pontificia Universidad Javeriana - Icanh, 2002, 247 páginas. / Testamentos Indígenas de Santafé de Bogotá, siglos XVI-XVII. Edición y prólogo de Pablo Rodríguez Jiménez. Bogotá: Instituto Distrital de Cultura y turismo - Alcaldía Mayor de Bogotá D.C., 2002. /  Juan Carlos Pérgolis, La Plaza: el centro de la ciudad. Bogotá: Universidad Católica de Colombia- Universidad Nacional de Colombia, 223 páginas. / Clément Thibaud, Repúblicas en armas. Los ejércitos bolivarianos en la guerra de Independencia en Colombia y Venezuela. Bogotá: Editorial Planeta, 2003. 571 páginas. / Proceso de beatificación y canonización de San Pedro Claver. Anna María Splenadianni y Tulio Aristizábal, S.J. (editores. Bogotá: Pontificia Universidad Javeriana - Universidad Católica del Táchira, 2002, 593 páginas. / La Terapéutica en el Nuevo Reino de Granada: un recetario franciscano del siglo XVIII. Editado por el Dr. Santiago Díaz y el padre Luis Carlos Mantilla. Bogotá: Academia Colombiana de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales, 2002, 208 páginas. / Cartagena de Indias en el Siglo XIX. Haroldo Calvo y Adolfo Meisel (Editores. Cartagena: Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano - Banco de la República, 2002. /  Osear Almario García, Los Renacientes y su territorio: ensayos sobre la etnicidad negra en el Pacífico su colombiano. Medellín: Concejo de Medellín - Universidad pontificia Bolivariana, 2003, 276 páginas. /  Ricardo Sánchez, De la memoria a la acción: crítica histórica. Cali: Universidad del Valle, 2003, 248 páginas. / Santiago Montenegro. El arduo tránsito hacia la modernidad. Historia de la industria textil durante la primera mitad del siglo xx: Medellín: Editorial Universidad de Antioquia - Facultad de Ciencias Humanas y Económicas - Universidad Nacional de

  3. Cuadernos de Antropología Social Nº 43

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    Full Text Available Cuerpo editorialEditores AsociadosCecilia Benedetti (coordinación editorial, Soledad Cutuli, María Guadalupe García, Mariana García Palacios, Julieta Infantino, Hernán Morel, Diego ZenobiCoordinación del DossierLena DavilaEvaluadores del NúmeroNacionalesLuis Abel Agüero, Universidad de Buenos AiresPatricia Arenas, Universidad Nacional de Tucumán Denis Baranger, Universidad Nacional de MisionesEmilio Crenzel, Universidad de Buenos AiresSergio Chamorro, Universidad Nacional de QuilmesMaría Elina Estebanez, Universidad de Buenos AiresPablo Kreimer, Universidad MaimónidesAlberto Lalouf, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes Gustavo Otegui, Universidad de Buenos Aires Diego Ezequiel Pereyra, Universidad de Buenos Aires Hugo Ratier, Universidad de Buenos AiresRoberto Ricardo Ringuelet, Universidad Nacional de La PlataMarcelo Sarlingo, Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos AiresAna María Vara, Universidad Nacional de San MartínExtranjerosRafael Almeida Antunes, Instituto Federal Catarinense, BrasilAndrea Álvarez Díaz, Universidad de Chile, ChilePilar Calveiro, Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México, MéxicoMarcelo Ernandez Macedo, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, BrasilGuillermo Faladori, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, MéxicoSonnia Romero Gorski, Universidad de la República, UruguayMarko Monteiro, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, BrasilAdriano Premebida, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, BrasilMariano Sardón, Artista PlásticoObra en Tapa: Fotograma de Visualizacion del tráfico de comunicaciones del Zócalo. México DF, 2010. Video en tiempo real. Exhibición Dynamic Imposition - Ars Electronica- Mariano Sardón nació en 1968 en Bahía Blanca (Argentina. Es profesor y director de la Licenciatura en Artes Electrónicas de la Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero (UNTREF. Codirige proyectos de investigación entre arte y neurociencia en el ámbito de la

  4. Páginas iniciais

    Ficha catalográfica e sumário bilíngue



  5. Reseñas

    HC Reseñas


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  6. A pedagogia histórico-crítica e a atualidade do trabalho como princípio educativo: apontamentos para a prática revolucionária na educação popular

    Marcos Roberto Lima


    relativa, destacando-se no Capítulo XIV a determinação do trabalho produtivo como essencialmente produtor de mais-valia (MARX, 1988, p. 101. Em texto anterior, Tumolo (1996 havia enfrentado a temática do trabalho como princípio educativo, contrapondo autores que abordaram a questão da centralidade do trabalho como categoria analítica.  A hipótese do autor é a de que no enfrentamento dos detratores da centralidade do trabalho, autores como Ricardo Antunes padeceriam da “falta de radicalidade”, devido ao fato de não incluírem a categoria de trabalho produtivo em suas análises, limitando-se às categorias trabalho concreto e trabalho abstrato (idem, p. 54. Porém, se no primeiro texto o autor se limitou ao desenvolvimento da categoria de trabalho produtivo para a sustentação da inviabilidade da tese do trabalho como principio educativo, no texto apresentado na 24º Encontro da Anped, Tumolo é um pouco mais ousado em sua crítica, questionando se devido à impossibilidade do trabalho ser um principio educativo, seja na sociedade capitalista, seja na sociedade comunista, não seria o “prazer de viver” o principio educativo, já que tendencialmente a necessidade do trabalho seria minimizada (TUMOLO, 2001, p. 256. Saviani se apoia no Capítulo VI inédito de O Capital para afirmar o trabalho educativo constitui-se em uma modalidade de trabalho não material cujo produto não se separa da produção (MARX, s/d, p. 119.

  7. Book reviews

    Redactie KITLV


    Evans Braziel (reviewed by J. Michael Dash Mainland Passage: The Cultural Anomaly of Puerto Rico, by Ramón E. Soto-Crespo (reviewed by Guillermo B. Irizarry Report on the Island and Diocese of Puerto Rico (1647, by Diego de Torres y Vargas (reviewed by David A. Badillo Land Reform in Puerto Rico: Modernizing the Colonial State, 1941-1969, by Ismael García-Colón (reviewed by Ricardo Pérez Land: Its Occupation, Management, Use and Conceptualization. The Case of the Akawaio and Arekuna of the Upper Mazaruni District, Guyana, by Audrey J. Butt Colson (reviewed by Christopher Carrico Caribbean Religious History: An Introduction, by Ennis B. Edmonds & Michelle A . Gonzalez (reviewed by N. Samuel Murrell The Cross and the Machete: Native Baptists of Jamaica – Identity, Ministry and Legacy, by Devon Dick (reviewed by John W. Pulis Swimming the Christian Atlantic: Judeoconversos, Afroiberians and Amerindians in the Seventeenth Century, by Jonathan Schorsch (reviewed by Richard L. Kagan Kosmos und Kommunikation: Weltkonzeptionen in der südamerikanischen Sprachfamilie der Cariben, by Ernst Halbmayer (reviewed by Eithne B. Carlin That Infernal Little Cuban Republic: The United States and the Cuban Revolution, by Lars Schoultz (reviewed by Antoni Kapcia Voice of the Leopard: African Secret Societies and Cuba, by Ivor L. Miller (reviewed by Elizabeth Pérez Guantánamo: A Working-Class History between Empire and Revolution, by Jana K. Lipman (reviewed by Barry Carr Packaged Vacations: Tourism Development in the Spanish Caribbean, by Evan R. Ward (reviewed by Polly Pattullo Afro-Greeks: Dialogues Between Anglophone Caribbean Literature and Classics in the Twentieth Century, by Emily Greenwood (reviewed by Gregson Davis Caribbean Culture: Soundings on Kamau Brathwaite, edited by Annie Paul (reviewed by Paget Henry Libertad en cadenas: Sacrificio, aporías y perdón en las letras cubanas, by Aída Beaupied (reviewed by


    Selvino José Assmann


    of biopolitics, calling the attention to distinctions and identities between historically different mechanisms of power. The author tries to call the attention to the polissemic character of the notion of biopolitics. In the fourth article, Cláudia Hausman Silveira, doctoral student at the Interdisciplinary Program of Post-Graduation in Human sciences (DICH at the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC, presents the issue of the family health, comparing the models that have inspired the construction of the Program of Family Health in Brazil, observing their differences and similarities. Moreover, she makes a comparative analysis among the Cuban, English, Canadian and Brazilian models, concluding that the Program multiprofessional proposal of work in interdisciplinary teams, in accordance with the Only System of Health (SUS, can assist in the fulfillment of the health law in the country. In the fifth article, the environmental issue is treated under the pedagogical point of view. Clayton Ângelo Silva Costa, Master in Environmental Sciences (UEMG presents results of a research carried through with private school teachers in the city of Contagem, Minas Gerais, showing the obstacles involving the application of the environmental education interdisciplinary project, focusing aspects of the atmospheric pollution. The last article approaches aspects of the Humanitarian International law. Geovane Machado Alves, Master’s Degree student in Public Law from the University of the Vale do Rio dos Sinos (UNISINOS, starts from the concept of solidarity and humanitarian intervention, and questions the Brazilian performance in Haiti as well as the legal paradigm of the international solidarism and its repercussions. Closing this issue, the theme is the public university itself and its current impasses and challenges. Héctor Ricardo Leis, PhD in Philosophy from the PUC-RJ, associated professor of the Sociology Department, and Selvino J. Assmann, PhD in Philosophy from the

  9. PREFACE: Semiconducting oxides Semiconducting oxides

    Catlow, Richard; Walsh, Aron


    epitaxial In2O3 thin films grown on Y-stabilised ZrO2(111) K H L Zhang, V K Lazarov, T D Veal, F E Oropeza, C F McConville, R G Egdell and A Walsh Hydrogenated cation vacancies in semiconducting oxidesJ B Varley, H Peelaers, A Janotti and C G Van de Walle Reactive force field simulation of proton diffusion in BaZrO3 using an empirical valence bond approachPaolo Raiteri, Julian D Gale and Giovanni Bussi Conductivity in transparent oxide semiconductorsP D C King and T D Veal A theoretical study of a ZnO graphene analogue: adsorption on Ag(111) and hydrogen transportIlker Demiroglu, Daniele Stradi, Francesc Illas and Stefan T Bromley The interplay between dopants and oxygen vacancies in the magnetism of V-doped TiO2 Ricardo Grau-Crespo and Udo Schwingenschlögl Electron and hole stability in GaN and ZnOAron Walsh, C Richard A Catlow, Martina Miskufova and Alexey A Sokol Holes bound as small polarons to acceptor defects in oxide materials: why are their thermal ionization energies so high?O F Schirmer

  10. PREFACE: XIV Mexican School on Particles and Fields

    Bashir, Adnan; Contreras, Guillermo; Raya, Alfredo; Tejeda-Yeomans, Maria Elena


    de Física de Altas Energías. At a personal level, we are very grateful to Dr Juan Carlos D'Olivo (President of the Red Nacional de Física de Altas Energías), Dr Pedro Mata Vázquez (Director of COECyT), Dr Ricardo Becerril Bárcenas (Director of the Institute of Physics and Mathematics, UMSNH), Dr Rigoberto Vera Mendoza (Director of the Faculty of Science, UMSNH) and Dr José Napoleón Guzmán Ávila (Coordinator of Scientific Research, UMSNH) for their invaluable support in all organizational matters, which enabled the school to become a reality. We gratefully acknowledge the help of our colleagues in the organizing committee: Alexis Aguilar, Alejandro Ayala, Wolfgang Bietenholz, Alberto Güijosa, Gabriela Murguía, Sarira Sahu (UNAM), Eduard de la Cruz Burelo, Abdel Pérez-Lorenzana (CINVESTAV), Elena Cáceres (UCOL), David Delepine (UG), Mariana Kirchbach (UASLP), Ildefonso León (UAS), Juan Carlos Arteaga-Velázquez (for his impeccable work in managing the web page of the school) and Víctor Villanueva (UMSNH). Most of them contributed to the extra work involved in refereeing the contributions submitted for this publication. Many thanks also go to all the student volunteers for the efficiency and dedication with which they carried out their duties. At the registration desk, we relied on the hard work of Xiomara Gutiérrez, Enif Gutiérrez (UMSNH) and Mara Diaz Pancardo. Several post docs and PhD students provided invaluable support in all organizational matters: Adolfo Huet, Cliffor Compeán, Rocío Bermúdez, Saúl Sánchez, Anabel Trejo, Iraís Rubalcava, Khépani Raya, José Juan González, Saúl Hernández Ortiz (UMSNH), Alfredo Galaviz, and Alan Aganza (USON). Their help in carrying out the organization of the school was essential and without their collaboration, this school would not have been the same. We also acknowledge the help of the administrative secretary Maria Esperanza Jaramillo of IFM (UMSNH). We would like to take this opportunity to thank

  11. Five-year review of an international clinical research-training program

    Suemoto CK


    Full Text Available Claudia Kimie Suemoto,1,2 Sherine Ismail,1,3 Paulo César Rodrigues Pinto Corrêa,1,4,5 Faiza Khawaja,1,6 Teodoro Jerves,1 Laura Pesantez,1 Ana Claudia Camargo Gonçalves Germani,1,7 Fabio Zaina,1,8 Augusto Cesar Soares dos Santos Junior,1,9,10 Ricardo Jorge de Oliveira Ferreira,1,11 Priyamvada Singh,1,12 Judy Vicente Paulo,1,13 Suely Reiko Matsubayashi,1,14 Liliane Pinto Vidor,1,15 Guilherme Andretta,1,16 Rita Tomás,1,17 Ben MW Illigens,1,18 Felipe Fregni1,18,19 1Collaborative Learning in Clinical Research Program, Principles and Practice of Clinical Research (PPCR, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA; 2Discipline of Geriatrics, Department of Internal Medicine, University of São Paulo Medical School, São Paulo, Brazil; 3King Abdullah International Medical Research Center, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, Pharmaceutical Care Department, King Khalid Hospital, NGHA, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; 4Discipline of Internal Medicine and Medical Semiology, Department of Internal Medicine, Federal University of Ouro Preto (UFOP Medical School, Ouro Preto, Brazil; 5Discipline of Pneumology, Department of Internal Medicine, Centro Universitário de Belo Horizonte (Uni-BH, Belo Horizonte, Brazil; 6Canadian Centre for Advanced Eye Therapeutics, Mississauga, ON, Canada; 7Department of Preventive Medicine, University of São Paulo Medical School, São Paulo, Brazil; 8Italian Scientific Spine Institute (ISICO, Milan, Italy; 9Hospital Osvaldo Rezende Franco, Betim, Brazil; 10Nucleo de Avaliação de Tecnologia em Saude, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil; 11Department of Rheumatology, Centro Hospitalar e Universitário de Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal; 12Department of Internal Medicine, Saint Vincent Hospital, Worcester, MA, USA; 13Portuguese Institute of Oncology, Coimbra, Portugal; 14Acupuncture

  12. Reseñas de Libros

    Carlos L. Yordan


    Full Text Available Bacevich, Andrew J., The New American Militarism: How Americans are seduced by war. New York, Oxford University Press, 2005, 288 pp.Páginas 201-203Carlos L. YordanGirona Albuixech, Albert; Santacreu Soler, José Miguel (coords., La crisis de la Segunda República. Valencia, Prensa Valenciana, 2006, 143 pp.Páginas 203-206Antonio J. Piqueres DíezGonzález del Miño, Paloma, Las relaciones entre España y Marruecos. Perspectivas para el Siglo XXI. Madrid, Los Libros de la Catarata, 2005, 225 pp.Páginas 206-208Marcela Iglesias OnofrioGuereña, Jean–Louis, La prostitución en la España contemporánea. Marcial Pons, Madrid, 2003, 471 pp.Páginas 208-210Alejandro Román AntequeraHamilton, Clive, El fetiche del crecimiento. Pamplona, Laetoli, 2006, 254 pp.Páginas 210-214José Antonio Ruiz GilKlare, Michael T., Sangre y petróleo. Peligros y consecuencias de la dependencia del crudo. Barcelona, Urano, 2006, 396 pp.Páginas 214-216David Molina RabadánLarraza Micheltorena, María del Mar (dir., De leal a disidente: Pamplona, 1936-1977. Pamplona, Ediciones Eunate, 2006, 330 pp.Páginas 216-218Joaquín Piñeiro BlancaLedesma, José Luis, Los días de llamas de la revolución. Violencia y política en la retaguardia republicana de Zaragoza durante la guerra civil. Zaragoza, Institución Fernando el Católico, 2004, 364 pp.Páginas 218-219José Luis Gutiérrez MolinaMartín de la Guardia, Ricardo; Pérez Sánchez, Guillermo Á.; Szilágyi, István, La Batalla de Budapest. Historia de la insurrección húngara de 1956. Madrid, Actas, 2006, 295 pp.Páginas 219-221Virginia Martín JiménezMedina, Francisco, 23-F. La verdad. Barcelona, Plaza y Janés, 2006, 448 pp.Páginas 221-225Alfonso Pinilla GarcíaMoreno Pestaña, José Luis, Convirtiéndose en Foucault: sociogénesis de un filósofo. Mataró, Montesinos, 2006, 208 pp.Páginas 225-228Alejandro Estrella González“Política de alianza y estrategias unitarias en la historia del PCE”. Papeles de la

  13. Académico Correspondiente. RAFAEL VILLOTA VILLOTA

    Jaime Eraso López


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    Con estas palabras quiero destacar la vida del Dr. Rafael Villota Villota, el amigo de siempre, el compañero de nuestras faenas médicas en el Hospital San Pedro, en la Clínica Maridiaz del antiguo Seguro Social y en el Capítulo de la Academia, durante muchos años.

    Lo suyo viene a ser una pérdida irreparable, lo es para su esposa Isabel, para sus hijos, nietos y familiares cercanos, para sus conciudadanos, para la Academia Nacional de Medicina, Capítulo de Nariño, a la cual sirvió de manera ejemplar.

    Fue un ser humano excepcional, una verdadera gloria de la medicina nariñense. El honró a la Academia con la dignidad de su conducta ejemplar. Su vida estuvo plena de virtudes. Tan agradable era su compañía que en Navidad prendía corazones sin necesidad de mecha. Consentido y cariñoso, su estirpe y su nobleza en llave con Isabelita, siempre los hizo ver como un matrimonio feliz. Alguna vez, en una noche incierta, en su casa, cuando el electrocardiograma no daba señales, contribuí a su alegría con la atropina, cuando Isabelita no estaba dispuesta a dejarlo solo. Él fue uno de los más puros y radiantes valores, con unas convicciones éticas firmes en su paso por la vida. Ahora, está en el seno del Señor junto con Eduardo Trujillo, Ricardo Zarama, Wladimiro Álvarez, Néstor Moncayo, Alfonso Rebolledo, Luis Eduardo Martínez, Luis Carlos Moncayo Navarrete, fundadores del Capítulo de Nariño de la Academia Nacional de Medicina en 1996. Con ellos, la confianza fue total, llena de naturalidad y afecto, dispuestos a encontrar nuevos horizontes para la Institución. Fueron en verdad, seres paradigmáticos, incomparables.

    Su muerte, ocurrida ya hace más de dos meses, afecta en grado mayor a quienes tuvimos el privilegio de su amistad, empeñados en mejorar los servicios hospitalarios, tal como ocurrió en el Hospital San Pedro y en la Clínica del Seguro Social. Bajo la Dirección del Dr. Luis Díaz del Castillo

  14. PREFACE: XVII Congress of Bioengineering and VI Clinical Engineering Conference

    Rocha, Darío


    executive committee also deserve special recognition. They have made up for their lack of experience with their great effort and dedication, achieving a level of excellence: Melina Rua, Cecilia Rocha, Noelia Vergonzi, Guillermo Civetta, Ricardo Montico, Ariel Olmos, Guillermo Chavez, Marcos Vaccani, and others. Finally we thank all the presenters, speakers, exhibitors, partners and everyone who contributed to this successful Congress. The next gathering will be held in the internationally known city of Mar del Plata on 28-30 September 2011. It will undoubtedly be a continuation of this notable event which has been held annually for 30 years. Ing Darío RochaSABI and Polo Tecnologico Rosario Committees Member

  15. Ensayo sucinto para un Ordenamiento Cronológico. Sobre un Libro de la Historia de la Medicina en Nariño

    José María Corella Hurtado


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    Historia de la Medicina en Nariño

    Pasto, mi ciudad, tiene su encanto propio. Es diferente a las demás ciudades; por la idiosincrasia de su gente y su forma de hablar y de pensar y por esa demarcación geográfica que nos aísla irremediablemente como un veredicto bíblico; hacia el norte por los eriales inconmensurables que llegan hasta Rosas y por el sur por los propios linderos patrios.

    La ciudad también tiene una historia de hospitales, de clínicas, de farmacias, de enfermeras y de galenos ilustres que ocupan un sitial grande en el escenario del esplendor. Por eso el acopio de datos, en libros y recuentos, siempre son bien recibidos porque ellos evitan que las anécdotas no vayan al baúl ominoso del olvido “El libro” Historia de la medicina en Nariño, siglo XX”de los doctores Leonardo Matta y Ricardo Zarama Burbano dice que el primer hospital que existió en la ciudad estaba localizado en lo que es hoy, la carrera 25 con calle 16 y que se llamaba centro de atención de pacientes La Madre de Dios, cuyo director era el doctor Pedro de Ahumada (Hermano de Santa Teresa de Jesús. Se fundó en el año de 1556. (1

    Un boletín editado por la Alcaldía de Pasto, en el mes de agosto de 1999, señala que “Un Hospital se inauguró en Pasto el 20 de diciembre de 1572 y corresponde a una carta entregada al padre Fray Miguel de Medina, vicario provincial en la Gobernación de Popayán, quien por aquel entonces se presentó en esta ciudad ante el Muy Magnífico Señor (así reza el acta Capitán Diego de Esquivel, Alcalde ordinario por su Majestad y le pidió se someta y dio posesión de las casas y los terrenos para la construcción de un Hospital en esta ciudad. A ese primitivo hospital y después de transcurrir 267 años se le dio el nombre de Hospital de la Asunción de Pasto. Segœn el historiador Sergio Elías Ortiz en su libro “Crónicas de la Ciudad de Pasto”, los hospitales

  16. Editorial

    Carolina Santamaria Ulloa


    muestran estudiantes y docentes de un colegio en Costa Rica, y concluyen que tanto estudiantes como docentes tienen nociones limitadas al respecto. Chamizo, por su parte, presenta un estudio exploratorio de las muertes violentas en Costa Rica. El autor concluye que el grupo de 15 a 34 años es el más afectado por las muertes violentas y que las zonas fronterizas y costeras son las que presentan mayor riesgo.Nuestra sección de documentos históricos reproduce un trabajo elaborado hace más de 25 años por Víctor Gómez, catedrático pensionado de la Universidad de Costa Rica. Patricia Delvó hace una semblanza y una breve presentación de este trabajo que analiza la baja en la fecundidad en Costa Rica durante los años sesenta y principios de los setentas.Les invito a leer este nuevo número y aprovecho para expresarles que recibo del ahora director de Población y Salud en Mesoamérica, Ricardo Chinchilla Arley, la función editora de nuestra revista. Asumo con el compromiso de mantener la calidad y rigurosidad científica que a lo largo de 10 años ha forjado el prestigio del que hoy nos enorgullecemos. Gracias a los autores por elegirnos para publicar sus investigaciones y a ustedes, lectores, por mantenernos vigentes.

  17. Reseñas de Libros

    José Miguel Delgado Idarreta


    Full Text Available Andrés Cabello, Sergio; Capellán de Miguel, Gonzalo; Fandiño Pérez, Roberto y Orduña Prada, Mónica, La transición a la democracia en La Rioja. Logroño, Gobierno de La Rioja, 2001, 291 pp.Páginas 199-200José Miguel Delgado IdarretaBeneyto, José María; Martín de la Guardia, Ricardo y Pérez Sánchez, Guillermo (dirs., Europa y Estados Unidos. Una historia de la relación atlántica en los últimos cien años. Madrid, Biblioteca Nueva, 2005, 356 pp.Páginas 201-203David Molina RabadánBosworth, Richard J. B., Mussolini’s Italy. Life under the Fascist Dictatorship 1915-1945. New York, Penguin, 2006, 692 pp.Páginas 203-205Jan NelisDávila A., Mireya; Fuentes S., Claudio (eds., Promesas de cambio. Izquierda y derecha en el Chile contemporáneo. Santiago de Chile, Editorial Universitaria, FLACSO, 2003, 189 pp.Páginas 205-208David Oviedo SilvaDelgado Idarreta, José Miguel; Andrés Cabello, Sergio, Actas del V Simposio de Historia Actual: La Rioja, España, Europa. Logroño, Instituto de Estudios Riojanos, 2006, 449 pp.Páginas 208-212Alfonso Pinilla GarcíaEvans, Richard J., La llegada del Tercer Reich. Barcelona, Península, 2005, 672 pp.Páginas 212-214Alejandro Piñero GonzálezFriedman, Thomas L., La Tierra es plana. Breve historia del mundo globalizado del siglo XXI. Madrid, Martínez Roca, 2006, 496 pp.Páginas 214-216David Molina RabadánGil Calvo, Enrique, El miedo es el mensaje. Riesgo, incertidumbre y medios de comunicación. Madrid, Alianza Editorial, 2004, 320 pp.Páginas 216-218Lucía Benítez EyzaguirreGoicovic Donoso, Igor, Entre el dolor y la ira. La venganza de Antonio Ramón Ramón. Chile, 1914. Osorno, Editorial Universidad de los Lagos, 2005, 188 pp.Páginas 218-221Alejandra Brito PeñaGriffin, Roger (ed., Fascism, Totalitarianism and Political Religion. New York, Routledge, 2005, 225 pp.Páginas 221-222Jan NelisMcNeill, John R., Algo nuevo bajo el Sol. Historia medioambiental del mundo en el siglo XX. Alianza

  18. A Laser Spark Plug Ignition System for a Stationary Lean-Burn Natural Gas Reciprocating Engine

    McIntyre, D. L. [West Virginia Univ., Morgantown, WV (United States)


    To meet the ignition system needs of large bore, high pressure, lean burn, natural gas engines a side pumped, passively Q-switched, Nd:YAG laser was developed and tested. The laser was designed to produce the optical intensities needed to initiate ignition in a lean burn, high compression engine. The laser and associated optics were designed with a passive Q-switch to eliminate the need for high voltage signaling and associated equipment. The laser was diode pumped to eliminate the need for high voltage flash lamps which have poor pumping efficiency. The independent and dependent parameters of the laser were identified and explored in specific combinations that produced consistent robust sparks in laboratory air. Prior research has shown that increasing gas pressure lowers the breakdown threshold for laser initiated ignition. The laser has an overall geometry of 57x57x152 mm with an output beam diameter of approximately 3 mm. The experimentation used a wide range of optical and electrical input parameters that when combined produced ignition in laboratory air. The results show a strong dependence of the output parameters on the output coupler reflectivity, Q-switch initial transmission, and gain media dopant concentration. As these three parameters were lowered the output performance of the laser increased leading to larger more brilliant sparks. The results show peak power levels of up to 3MW and peak focal intensities of up to 560 GW/cm2. Engine testing was performed on a Ricardo Proteus single cylinder research engine. The goal of the engine testing was to show that the test laser performs identically to the commercially available flashlamp pumped actively Q-switched laser used in previous laser ignition testing. The engine testing consisted of a comparison of the in-cylinder, and emissions behavior of the engine using each of the lasers as an ignition system. All engine parameters were kept as constant as possilbe while the equivalence ratio (fueling

  19. Impresiones y recuerdos: José Silverio Gómez 1801-1904

    Henri Pittier


    Full Text Available Este ensayo del sabio conservacionista Henri Pittier (1857-1950 que data de 1904 es posiblemente el primer testimonio sobre la excepcional longevidad de los habitantes de la Península de Nicoya, Costa Rica. Fue el estadístico costarricense Carlos Raabe quien llamó mi atención sobre este ensayo cuando en 2007 diversos medios de comunicación del mundo dan a conocer a la, así llamada, “Blue Zone” de Nicoya. La organización National Geographic había acuñado tres años antes en un artículo de su conocida revista el término Blue Zone para designar tres bolsones de súper longevidad en el mundo: Okinawa en Japón, Cerdeña en Italia y Loma Linda en California, EEUU. Más tarde, y a raíz de una ponencia sobre la excepcionalmente baja mortalidad de los nonagenarios costarricenses que presenté en la XXV Conferencia Mundial de la Unión Internacional para el Estudio Científico de la Población (IUSSP en Tours, Francia y tras cuidadoso examen de la evidencia científica, National Geographic incluye a la península de Nicoya como la cuarta Blue Zone del mundo. Henri Pittier se anticipa, entonces, cien años en descubrir la Blue Zone de Nicoya.¿Quién es Henri Pittier?Una rápida búsqueda en Google da cuenta de que el más antiguo y más famoso parque nacional de Venezuela, establecido en 1938, se denomina Henri Pittier en reconocimiento al botánico y geógrafo suizo de ese nombre que se estableció en ese país en 1917 y que publicó en 1926 el “Manual de las Plantas Usuales de Venezuela” una obra clásica reeditada varias veces y utilizada hasta nuestros días. Pittier publicó cerca de 300 obras, entre los que se cuenta otra obra clásica: “Primitia Flora Costaricensis” (1907. Henri Pittier es de la estirpe de los sabios naturalistas del Siglo XIX como Humboldt o Darwin. Llega a Costa Rica en 1887 invitado por las visionarias autoridades de educación costarricense de entonces quienes al mando de Mauro Fernández y Ricardo Jim

  20. Proceedings - II Scientific Conferences CBIOS

    L. Monteiro Rodrigues, et al.


    ícia Rijo. P.11 ASSESSING THE EFFECT OF MANUAL MASSAGE ON THE LOWER LIMB MICROCIRCULATION. Clemente Rocha, Henrique Silva, Inês Frazão and Luís Monteiro Rodrigues P.12 MYRTLE EXTRACT AS A COSMETIC PRESERVATIVE. Epole N. Ntungwe, Joana Marçalo, Catarina Garcia, Marisa Nicolai, Luis Monteiro Rodrigues, Catarina Reis, Patrícia Rijo P.13 IN VITRO INHIBITION OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE BY SOME PLECTRANTHUS SPECIES EXTRACTS. M. André, C. Antunes, J. Silva, C Reis, P. Rijo and M. Nicolai. P.14 EVALUATION OF THE NUTRITIONAL STATUS IN PRE-SURGICAL PATIENTS AND OUTPATIENTS: A CASE STUDY. Flávio Jerónimo, Nelson Tavares P.15 THERMAL STABILITY OF PROTEINS IN THE PRESENCE OF IONIC LIQUIDS. Filipa Rocha, Rita Caparica, Ricardo Peres, Joana Portugal Mota, Tânia Santos de Almeida P.16 CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF ESSENTIAL OILS FROM PLECTRANTHUS SPP. Francisco Sousa 1, Catarina Garcia, Ana C. Figueiredo, Carlos M. Monteiro, Carlos AM Afonso, Catarina Pinto Reis, Patrícia Rijo P.17 EXPLORING THE MICROVASCULAR RESPONSE TO AN OXYGEN STRESS TEST IN A MURINE MODEL OF CARDIAC HYPERTROPHY. Henrique Silva, Alain-Pierre Gadeau, Luís Monteiro Rodrigues. P.18 COMBINING PHOTOPLETHYSMOGRAPHY AND LASER DOPPLER FLOWMETRY TO CHARACTERIZE THE PERIPHERAL VASCULAR RESPONSE IN THE HUMAN LOWER LIMB. Henrique Silva, Clemente Rocha, Beatriz Navarro Brazález, Rita Faria, Raquel Ferreira, Luís Monteiro Rodrigues P.19 EXPLORING THE INFLUENCE OF HEMODYNAMIC DETERMINANTS ON SKIN BARRIER FUNCTION. Henrique Silva, Inês R. Frazão, Hugo Ferreira, Luís Monteiro Rodrigues P.20 EXPLORING THE IMPACT OF ANESTHESIA ON THE ENTROPY PROFILE OF THE DOG’S SKIN PERFUSION – A PILOT STUDY. Henrique Silva, João Requicha, Rui Assunção, Clemente Rocha, Luís Lobo, Margarida Estudante, L. Monteiro Rodrigues. P.21 EVALUATION OF A NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION AT REAL COLÉGIO DE PORTUGAL. Inês Martins1, Ana Abreu Marta Crespo, Rita Faria, Jessica Barreira, Nelson Tavares. P.22 EXPLORING

  1. Comentario al Libro Juan de Dios Carrasquilla, Hombre de Ciencia”

    José Félix Patiño Restrepo


    escritos de Carrasquilla refutando las espeluznantes descripciones de la enfermedad que hacían Emilia Pardo Bazan en Europa y el doctor Ricardo de la Parra entre nosotros. Sus artículos sobre las manifestaciones clínicas de la lepra, publicados en 1905 en los Anales de la Academia de Medellín, son “clásicos por la excelencia de su estilo y la sobriedad y precisión de los conceptos expresados en ellos”, escribe De Francisco.

    La vida de Carrasquilla estuvo marcada por triunfos, pero también sinsabores. El gobierno del Presidente Caro creó en 1895 el Instituto Carrasquilla para el estudio y el tratamiento de la enfermedad bajo la dirección de Juan de Dios Carrasquilla. Allí se desarrolló una importante labor científica no sólo en lepra sino en otros campos. Pero a finales de 1897, cuando Carrasquilla presentaba sus estudios en la Conferencia Internacional de Berlín, el gobierno de Caro clausuró el Instituto.

    El doctor Juan de Dios Carrasquilla falleció a los 75 años de edad, el 14 de julio de 1908. En medio de la consternación de la ciudadanía, sus exequias se realizaron el día siguiente. El doctor Luis Zea Uribe pronunció la oración fúnebre. Adolfo De Francisco Zea reproduce las palabras de Zea Uribe que “retratan de manera admirable la noble figura del sabio”. También transcribe De Francisco la conferencia pronunciada en 1923 en el Teatro Colón de Bogotá, por el doctor Luis Zea Uribe en favor de los leprosos de Agua de Dios: “Juan de Dios Carrasquilla es una de las más limpias glorias de la patria… La patria colombiana teje la más pura corona de su gratitud y de su admiración sobre las sienes del modesto sabio, que fue un gran patriota y un corazón excelente”...

  2. Clínica de Marly 90 Años de su Fundación

    Jorge Cavelier Gaviria


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    Grata es la presencia de vosotros, socios, colegas y amigos, que habéis tenido la gentileza de acompañarnos en este día para nosotros tan lleno de satisfacciones y hondos recuerdos.

    Con orgullo patriótico, celebramos hoy 90 años de la fundación de nuestra institución y ello por sí sólo es motivo suficiente para rendir justo tributo de admiración y cariño a nuestros mayores, quienes en desigual y desinteresada lucha, inspirados eso sí en nobles ideales, acometieron con arrojo esta empresa de dotar a la ciudad y al país de un centro hospitalario que hoy alcanza, después de tan largos años de arduo trabajo, proporciones de innegable valor y sitio prominente en la trayectoria de las realizaciones.

    Ha sido nuestra contribución, franca, leal y sincera en la lucha contra la enfermedad, el dolor y el desconsuelo.

    A comienzos del siglo XX, Chapinero era un barrio campestre de la capital, en su extremo norte, constituido por grandes casaquintas destinadas especialmente para el descanso familiar.

    Una de las más bellas, la había construido el francés Arturo A. de Cambill, luego de comprarle la quinta La Rosita a don Ricardo Gaviria en 1891. Cambill levantó una amplia y hermosa casa y embelleció el lugar con jardín, huertos y otros atractivos de tipo europeo.

    En recuerdo del sitio veraniego de Luis XIV, la llamó Marly. Cambill, le vendió su casa a John M. Vaughan en 1896 quien a su vez, e131 de mayo de 1901, vendió al odontólogo Guillermo Esguerra dicha propiedad. Guillermo Esguerra graduado en los Estados Unidos y hombre emprendedor, amplió las edificaciones y embelleció la casa y se radicó allí con su familia.

    Por ese entonces, regresó de Europa su hermano mayor, el médico Carlos Esguerra. El nombre del doctor Carlos E82,”‘lerraGaitán, cuya fecha de nacimiento se anota el 14 de diciembre de 1863, llena por sí sólo una interesantísima página de la historia médica nacional

  3. PREFACE: Introduction to the proceedings of Dynamics Days South America 2010

    Macau, Elbert E. N.; Pereira, Tiago; Prado, Antonio F. B. A.; Turci, Luiz F. R.; Winter, Othon C.


    Merida - Venezuela Othon Cabo WinterUNESP - "Júlio de Mesquisa Filho"Guaratinguetá - SP - Brazil Ricardo Luiz VianaUniversidade Federal do ParanáCuritiba - PA - Brazil Silvina Ponce DawsonUniversidad de Buenos AiresBuenos Aires - Argentina Vivian M GomesINPE - Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas EspaciaisSão José dos Campos - SP - Brazil Realization INPE logo Promotion ABCM logo   SBA logo SBF logo   SBMAC logo Sponsorship CAPES logo   CNPq logo FAPESP logo   ICTP logo Claf logo   SOARD AFOSR logo TAM logo

  4. Obituary: Janet Akyüz Mattei, 1943-2004

    Williams, Thomas R.; Willson, Lee Anne


    taking night courses in management, data processing, fund raising, and other topics that could help her handle the AAVSO work load more efficiently. Nor was her formal education in astronomy quite complete, for during that difficult period she completed writing her dissertation and earned a PhD in astronomy from Ege University in 1982. AAVSO's headquarters on Concord Avenue was increasingly crowded and also insecure, as the historical data were stored in a building that was vulnerable to fire. In August 1985 long-term AAVSO secretary and benefactor Clinton Banker Ford (BAAS, 1994:1602) solved these problems by donating a new headquarters building at 25 Birch Street in Cambridge. Janet managed the move into the AAVSO's present facilities masterfully, and then led planning for a dedication of the building combined with a celebration of the AAVSO's seventy-fifth anniversary. It is a measure of Janet's growth in stature in the professional community that Ricardo Giacconi, then director of the Space Telescope Science Institute, was the keynote speaker for the celebration and it was attended by the leaders of variable star organizations from a number of countries. The meeting marked a major turning point in the affairs of AAVSO as well as in Janet's own outlook. Substantially more confident in her abilities as a manager and leader of the organization, Janet never looked back. Janet's international contacts, through her active participation in the International Astronomical Union (IAU), led her to participate in 1987 as one of the organizers of an IAU colloquium in Paris on the contribution of amateurs to astronomy, the first of her many later involvements in the field of professional-amateur (Pro-Am) cooperation. During that meeting, the Sociétié Astronomique de France (SAF) honored Janet with their Centennial Award for her leadership in variable star astronomy and within the AAVSO. She received an invitation from the Vereniging voor Sterrenkunde, the variable star observers

  5. Book Review: Aullón de Haro, P. (ed. (2015. Historiografía y Teoría de la Historia del Pensamiento, la Literatura y el Arte. Madrid: Dykinson.

    Esther Zarzo


    y tiempo en la historiografía de la Historia de la Filosofía: Kant y las derivas del método kantiano" by Ángel Poncela González; and "La Historia de los conceptos y su relación con la historia de la filosofía y la historia social" by Antonio de Murcia Conesa. The second part proceeds with the reconstruction of literary historiography as a discipline, using a large series of paradigms, which are either fundamental to the great fields inherited or characterize the extremes and singularities. It begins with "La evolución de la historiografía literaria clásica" by José Joaquín Caerols; "Una síntesis de la historiografía patrística" by Fernando Rivas; "Historiografía de la traducción", a chapter shared by Francisco Lafarga and Luis Pegenaute; "La historiografía estética: pasado y presente", completely realised for the first time by Vicente Carreres; " Introducción a la ‘Historia de la Ciencia’ como género " by Javier Hernandez Ariza; "Musicología histórica e historiografía" by Teresa Cascudo; "La historiografía artística: las artes plásticas" by Javier Portús; and "Historiografía y cine" by José Carlos Rueda.        The third part addresses the opening up to the Middle East, Asia, Africa and America, trying to interpretively characterize and to reconstruct, selectively, the horizon of literary historiographies as large fields, without losing sight of the comparative sense, intended to set up a sense of universality as a way of overcoming the national divisions and restrictions. All this is addresssed in chapters by Ana Agud, "Una historiografía difícil: India"; "El estudio comparatista de la historia literaria de Asia del Este según Cho Dong-Il", prepared by Lee Hye-Kyung; by Alfonso Falero, "Hacia una historiografía literaria en Japón"; by Isaac Donoso, "Historiografía de las letras filipinas". Meanwhile, the two large blocks of American historiography are solved by Ricardo Miguel Alfonso with "Evolución de la historiograf

  6. Programa de Pós Graduação em Ciências Atmosféricas em Engenharia - 2005 -Dissertações Defendidas - Mestrado - Instituto de Geociências - UFRJ


    Full Text Available 217 Anuário do Instituto de Geociências - UFRJ ISSN 0101-9759 Vol. 28-2 / 2005 p. 217-220 Programa de Pós Graduação em Ciências Atmosféricas em Engenharia Dissertações Defendidas - Mestrado Autor: Marcio Santos Ferreira Orientadores: Gustavo César; Rachid Bodstein e Luiz Cláudio Gomes Pimentel Título: Simulação do transporte de poluentes atmosféricos na bacia Aérea III da região metropolitana do Rio de Janeiro via o modelo Aermod No páginas: 193 Resumo Este trabalho apresenta a implementação e adequação do modelo gaussiano de qualidade do ar AERMOD para a Bacia Aérea III da Região Metropolitana do Rio de Janeiro (RMRJ. Os dados meteorológicos e as informações topográficas são processados pelos pré-processadores AERMET e AERMAP, respectivamente, para serem introduzidos no modelo AERMOD. Porém, antes os dados meteorológicos de superfície e altitude são processados por programas desenvolvidos em linguagem FORTRAN 90, para transformar as informações para o formato de processamento do modelo AERMET. As informações de terreno foram transformadas em um arquivo digital (DEM com resolução de 90 metros, para depois serem processadas pelo AERMAP. Foi realizada a comparação entre os resultados estimados da altura da camada de mistura com dados experimentais obtidos da radiossondagem da atmosfera da estação do Galeão, disponibilizado pela INFRAERO. Também foi desenvolvido um teste de sensibilidade do modelo avaliando a influência dos parâmetros de emissão, da altura da camada de mistura e da resolução das informações de topografia, sobre os resultados das simulações. 218 Programa de Pós Graduação em Ciências Atmosféricas em Engenharia Dissertações Defendidas - Mestrado Anuário do Instituto de Geociências - UFRJ ISSN 0101-9759 - Vol. 28-2 /2005 p. 217-220 Autor: Felipe das Neves Roque da Silva Orientadores: Luiz Landau e José Ricardo de Almeida França Título: Utilização de um modelo de

  7. Conflicten over Haagse stadsbeelden. Van Willemspark tot Spuiforum

    Leo Oorschot


    renewal, the haggling around the competition for the House of Representatives or the rivalry and troubles around the The Hague City Hall? The Eurojust (The European Union’s Judicial Cooperation Unit? The International Criminal Court? Such stormy conflicts arise and no sooner ebb away again, often into silent oblivion. And still, in most cases, the construction of the urban image is executed as planned, though often partially. Even more, the conflicts are of importance because they reveal how people experience the city and want to see it. Cracks in society are bluntly exposed this way. For example, the most monumental gateway in The Hague is that of the The Hague Police Precinct built in the 1950’s, which faces the rear side of The Hague’s progressive party’s flagship (1986-1989, the residential complex designed by Ricardo Bofill with parking access, garbage containers, and other utilities. A good observer can see the many contradictions of society mirrored in this situation in the city. The object of this study is to examine the image of the city and the conflicts pertaining to it. The image of the city, also referred to here as the city image, has become particularly popular in recent years. This is due in part to the new position of cities in the global urbanization process, whereby cities have become competitors and moreover, new opportunities for cities to present themselves worldwide result from the revolution in communication technology and digitization. The research shows that the city image, despite its elusiveness and fluidity, played an imperative role in the genesis of the city far earlier. Churchill’s statement ‘we formed our cities and the cities formed us’ could be broadened to: ‘we imagined our cities and that image formed us.’ Nancy Stieber (2006 gave in the book de STAD (2006 an insightful analysis on the relationship between images and the city. The city is conceptualized as a metaphor. According to her, that is one of the

  8. PREFACE: XVth International Conference on Calorimetry in High Energy Physics (CALOR2012)

    Akchurin, Nural


    Livan, Pavia Univ. & INFN Pasquale Lubrano, INFN Perugia Steve Magill, ANL Amelia Maio, LIPP Lisbon Horst Oberlack, MPI Munich Adam Para, FNAL Klaus Pretzl, Univ. of Bern Yifang Wang, IHEP Beijing Richard Wigmans, TTU Ren-Yuan Zhu, Caltech Local Organizing Committee: Nural Akchurin, TTU Debra Boyce, TTU (Secretary) Xiadong Jiang, LANL Jon Kapustinsky, LANL Sung-Won Lee, TTU Sally Seidel, UNM Igor Volobouev, TTU Session Conveners: LHC I-III: David Barney (CERN) Ana Henriques (CERN) Sally Seidel (UNM) Calorimetry Techniques I-II: Francesca Tedaldi (ETH-Zurich) Tao Hu (IHEP-Beijing) Calorimetry Techniques III-IV: Craig Woody (BNL) Tohru Takeshita (Shinshu) Astrophysics and Neutrinos: Don Groom (LBNL) Steve Magill (ANL) Operating Calorimeters: Jordan Damgov (TTU) Gabriella Gaudio (INFN-Pavia) Frank Chlebana (FNAL) Algorithms and Simulations: Artur Apresyan (Caltech) Igor Volobouev (TTU) Front-end and Trigger: Chris Tully (Princeton) Kejun Zhu (IHEP-Beijing) Future Calorimetry: Michele Livan (Pavia Univ.) Frank Simon (MPI) Vishnu Zutshi (NICADD) List of Participants: ABOUZEID, Hass University of Toronto AKCHURIN, Nural Texas Tech University ANDEEN, Timothy Columbia University ANDERSON, Jake Fermilab APRESYAN, Artur California Institute of Technology AUFFRAY, Etiennette CERN BARILLARI, Teresa Max-Planck-Inst. fuer Physik BARNEY, David CERN BESSON, Dave University of Kansas BOYCE, Debra Texas Tech University BRUEL, Philippe LLR, Ecole Polytechnique, CNRS/IN2P3 BUCHANAN, Norm Colorado State University CARLOGANU, Cristina LPC Clermont Ferrand / IN2P3 / CNRS CHEFDEVILLE, Maximilien CNRS/IN2P3/LAPP CHLEBANA, Frank Fermilab CLARK, Jonathan Texas Tech University CONDE MUINO, Patricia LIP-Lisboa COWDEN, Christopher Texas Tech University DA SILVA, Cesar Luiz Los Alamos National Lab DAMGOV, Jordan Texas Tech University DAVYGORA, Yuriy University of Heidelberg DEMERS, Sarah Yale University EIGEN, Gerald University of Bergen EUSEBI, Ricardo Texas A&M University FERRI, Federico CEA

  9. List of Participants


    Marios PetropoulosÉcole Polytechnique, Palaiseau Roberto PettorinoUniversità di Napoli Federico II Franco PezzellaIstituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Napoli Moises Picon PonceIstituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Padova Marco PirroneUniversità di Milano-Bicocca Erik PlauschinnMax-Planck-Institut für Physik, München Andre PloeghCentre for Theoretical Physics, University of Groningen Giuseppe PolicastroLaboratoire de Physique Théorique, École Normale Superieure, Paris Josep PonsUniversitat de Barcelona S Prem KumarUniversity of Wales, Swansea Nikolaos PrezasCERN, Geneva Carlo Alberto RattiUniversità di Milano-Bicocca Riccardo RicciImperial College, London Alejandro RiveroEscuela Universitaria Politécnica de Teruel, Universidad de Zaragoza Irene RodriguezInstituto de Física Teórica, Madrid Maria Jose RodriguezUniversitat de Barcelona Diederik RoestUniversitat de Barcelona Alberto RomagnoniLaboratoire de Physique Théorique d'Orsay, Paris Christian RomelsbergerDublin Institute for Advanced Studies Jan RosseelKatholieke Universiteit Leuven Sebastiano RossiEidgenössische Technische Hochschule, Zürich Felix RustMax-Planck-Institut für Physik, München Cheol RyouPohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) Christian SaemannDublin Institute for Advanced Studies Houman Safaai SISSA, Trieste Alberto SantambrogioIstituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Sezione di Milano Frank SaueressigUniversiteit Utrecht Ricardo SchiappaCERN, Geneva Cornelius Schmidt-ColinetEidgenössische Technische Hochschule, Zürich Maximilian Schmidt-SommerfeldMax-Planck-Institut für Physik, München Waldemar SchulginMax-Planck-Institut für Physik, München Claudio ScruccaUniversité de Neuchâtel Nathan SeibergInstitute of Advanced Studies, Princeton, NJ Domenico SeminaraUniversità di Firenze Alexander SevrinVrije Universiteit, Brussel Konstadinos SfetsosUniversity of Patras Kostas SiamposUniversity of Patras Christoph SiegUniversità Degli Studi di Milano Vaula Silvia Instituto


    Reviewed by Dr. Abdullah KUZU


    Full Text Available ON-LINE EDUCATION: AN EMANCIPATING VISION Written by Margarita Victoria Gomez Publisher: Cortez Editora ISBN 85-249-1062-3 São Paulo, Brazil, July 2004. Reviewed by Ricardo Romo TORRES Manuel Moreno Castaneda Maria del Sol Orozco Aguirre Universidad de Guadalajara Virtual MEXICO "On-line Education " is a book that meets the challenge to present itself as an unfinished text. In addition to demanding an active participation of the reader, it requires a predisposition to complete it through an also inconclusive dialogue. Among its goals we can find the search for education networks that remain under constant reconstruction, maintaining the emancipative vision as an imperative for the reconfiguration, as a constituted tissue for the scaffolding of subjects who impress,imagine, think and have a will. The unfinished part is presented in the following paragraph: "Similar to Babel according to Borges, knowledge is the product of a hazard in which fiction is the universe and where, out of fear of its multiple combinations, individual texts constitute an unfinished tale. In this labyrinth-shaped universe, the mirror and the recurrence do not allow finding the way out" page 134. The sense of being of man within a planetary community is framed by the ontological condition of conclusiveness; the requirement of being more, however, as well. This more is guided by the need for dialogue with others in terms of the opening and maintaining an unconcluded dialogue. The idea of a web or network leads to an articulating demand within the context of the category of wholeness. Based on this category, we will be able to present a reticulum of concepts where we can find included the web, subjectivity, identity, experience, mediation and, of course, digital literacy. This reticulum results in a concept of identified education with a condensed arrival point to something that the author defines as 'the pedagogy of virtuality'. The author is

  11. List of Participants


    Università di Napoli Federico II Elena Méndez Escobar University of Edinburgh Iulian Negru University of Craiova Emil NissimovInstitute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy, Sofia Teake NutmaCentre for Theoretical Physics, University of Groningen Niels Obers Niels Bohr Institute, København Olof Ohlsson SaxUppsala University Rodrigo OleaIstituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Sezione di Milano Domenico OrlandoUniversité de Neuchâtel Marta Orselli Niels Bohr Institute, København Tomas OrtinInstituto de Física Teórica, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid Yaron OzTel Aviv University Enrico PajerLudwig-Maximilians-Universität, München Angel Paredes GalanUtrecht University Sara PasquettiUniversité de Neuchâtel Silvia PenatiUniversità di Milano-Bicocca Jan PerzKatholieke Universiteit Leuven Igor PesandoUniversità di Torino Tassos PetkouUniversity of Crete Marios PetropoulosCenter de Physique Théorique, École Polytechnique, Palaiseau Franco PezzellaIstituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Sezione di Napoli Moises Picon PonceUniversity of Padova Marco PirroneUniversità di Milano-Bicocca Andrea PrinslooUniversity of Cape Town Joris RaeymaekersKatholieke Universiteit Leuven Alfonso RamalloUniversidade de Santiago de Compostela Carlo Alberto RattiUniversità di Milano-Bicocca Marco RauchPhysikalisches Institut, Universität Bonn Ronald Reid-EdwardsUniversity of Hamburg Patricia RitterUniversity of Edinburgh Peter RoenneDESY, Hamburg Jan RosseelUniversità di Torino Clement RuefService de Physique Théorique, CEA Saclay Felix RustMax-Planck-Institut für Physik, München Thomas RyttovNiels Bohr Institute, København and CERN, Geneva Agustin Sabio VeraCERN, Geneva Christian SaemannTrinity College, Dublin Houman Safaai SISSA, Trieste Henning SamtlebenÉcole Normale Supérieure, Lyon Alberto SantambrogioIstituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Sezione di Milano Silviu Constantin SararuUniversity of Craiova Ricardo SchiappaCERN, Geneva Ionut Romeo SchiopuChalmers University, G

  12. Apresentação - Introduction

    RHE Asphe


    autores recorrem a uma documentação variada e oferecem informações detalhadas de uma diversidade de aspectos dessa modalidade educativa: materialidade, currículos, metodologias de ensino, população estudantil.Bruno Bontempi Jr, na sequencia, volta-se à Escola Politécnica de São Paulo e aos engenheiros paulistas formados pela instituição. Memórias, identidades e representações sociais entorno à profissão e à instituição são examinadas a partir da análise dos discursos de engenheiros e formandos, proferidos em sessões solenes da instituição entre 1899 e 1910. O autor afirma que essas instituições de ensino superior constituíram espaços de formação e sociabilidades e, de certa forma, as cerimônias de colação de grau são emblemáticas a esse respeito, não apenas pela ritualística altamente simbólica, mas também como momentos de visibilidade e proliferação discursiva das identidades e representações sociais internamente cultivadas e que se almejava legitimar socialmente.Para fechar este número, História da Educação oferece a seus leitores um documento precioso e uma resenha de obra fundamental. O documento é generosamente partilhado por Eduardo Arriada, Elomar Antonio Callegaro Tambara e Sheila Duarte e intitula-se A sciencia do bom homem Ricardo, titulo que os pesquisadores acrescem o oportuno complemento: um texto de leitura escolar no Brasil Imperial. Recorrentemente, nos eventos e nos balanços da produção em História da educação, vimos nos ressentindo do número de estudos e documentação lacunar acerca do período imperial.Eis um contributo que se soma aos demais já publicados pela revista para conhecimento dos pesquisadores da área. A apresentação do documento é primorosa: os autores explicam não apenas o momento histórico no qual figuraram diversos movimentos de laicização, mas também argumentam a escolha do complemento ao título. Não podemos designar, no século 19, no contexto educacional brasileiro

  13. From the Editor

    Ugur DEMIRAY


    activities, students learn the major points and minor points. So, in her paper, the principles that govern the development of the instructional strategies of Testing and Evaluation in English course of Distance English Language Teacher Training (DELTT Program are presented. Firstly, the program and the course are described briefly. Then the major underlying principles are presented with reference to the related literature and examples from the course are provided. Three book reviews are published in this issue which entitled as “ON-LINE EDUCATION: An Emancipating Vision”, edited by Written by Margarita Victoria Gomez and, published by Cortez Editora, São Paulo, Brazil, in July 2004. Sthe second one is “Trends and Issues in Distance Education: International Perspectives”, edited by Yusra Laila Visser, Lya Visser, Michael Simonsın, & Ray Amirault, 2005, USA, Information Age Publishing. The last and third one is entitled “Teaching With Educational Technology in the 21st Century: The Case of The Asian-Pasific Region”, edited by Yukiko Inoue & Suzanne Belland and published by Information Science Publishing in 2006. The first book “ON-LINE EDUCATION: An Emancipating Vision” is reviewed by Ricardo Romo TORRES. He is from Manuel Moreno Castaneda, Maria del Sol Orozco Aguirre, Universidad de Guadalajara Virtual, MEXICO. Reviewer Dr. Torres indicates in his review that “"On-line Education" is a book that meets the challenge to present itself as an unfinished text. In addition to demanding an active participation of the reader, it requires a predisposition to complete it through an also inconclusive dialogue. Among its goals we can find the search for education networks that remain under constant reconstruction, maintaining the emancipative vision as an imperative for the reconfiguration, as a constituted tissue for the scaffolding of subjects who impress, imagine, think and have a will”. Second book, is “Trends and Issues in Distance Education: International