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NEW DISPOSITIONS WITH REGARD TO FILIATION
Dan LUPA CU,Cristiana Mihaela CR CIUNESCU
Lex et Scientia , 2011,
Abstract: The new Romanian Civil Code is a milestone for the profound reform of our judiciary as regards the matter of private law relationships, on the grounds of valuating the national and international experience. The novelties are represented, mainly, by the review of certain legal institutions and promotion of new principles and solutions. On this backdrop, the regulation of family relationships also received a new face.The present task is devoted to highlighting the amendments interfered in the matter of filiation, by presenting the systematization method of legal regulations and the critical analysis of its content.
NEW DISPOSITIONS WITH REGARD TO FILIATION
DAN LUPASCU,CRISTIANA MIHAELA – CRACIUNESCU
Challenges of the Knowledge Society , 2011,
Abstract: The new Romanian Civil Code1 is a milestone for the profound reform of our judiciary as regards the matter of private law relationships, on the grounds of valuating the national and international experience.2 The novelties are represented, mainly, by the review of certain legal institutions and promotion of new principles and solutions. On this backdrop, the regulation of family relationships also received a new face. The present task is devoted to highlighting the amendments interfered in the matter of filiation, by presenting the systematization method of legal regulations and the critical analysis of its content.
ética Bororo: a sobrevivência de um povo
Tolentino, Nelson Gil;
Intera??es (Campo Grande) , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1518-70122009000200010
Abstract: the study in hand focuses on the action of the church, by way of salesian missionaries, together with the bororo people at the meruri mission, situated in the brazilian centro-oeste. this approach centralizes its attention on the struggle of the bororo indians for their survival, whether in their contact with the first colonizers, or in their contact with missionaries. between 1940 and 1960, for reasons little sought out by scholars up to now, the bororo residents in meruri decided to die. today, going against this decision, the bororo in meruri are growing demographically. considering these facts, two questions spontaneously present themselves: 1a. what made the bororo opt for death? 2a. what motivated this indigenous nation, already self-determined, to recuperate enthusiasm for life? beginning with a brief historical reconstruction of the missionary experience in meruri - mato grosso state, in the centro-oeste region of brazil, the study opens out to include the option of this brazilian ethnic group.
Tiago Marques Aipobureu: um bororo marginal
Fernandes, Florestan;
Tempo Social , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-20702007000200012
Abstract: the text analyzes the biography of a member of the bororo tribe, tiago marques aipobureu. born on the eastern plateau of mato grosso, he was taken by missionaries to study in cuiabá and later travelled through europe. on returning to brazil, he was employed as a teacher, but was unable to adapt to his new life. married to a woman from his tribe, he tried to rejoin the bororo, likewise without success. thus he found himself midway between worlds, unable to join fully either 'civilized' society and culture, or indigenous society and culture. tiago's maladjustment exemplifies the situation of the marginal person, someone situated on the dividing line between two races, on the margin of two cultures, unable to belong wholly to either.
Funerais entre os Bororo: imagens da refigura??o do mundo
Novaes, Sylvia Caiuby;
Revista de Antropologia , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-77012006000100009
Abstract: in this article i analyze bororo funerals as moments of defacement and refacement (taussig, 1999). death triggers a series of transformations that involve the dead person, the corpse itself, the soul, the making of the deceased's representative, and the relationships among the living. all these transformations which are the object of public secrecy take place along the various rituals that compose the funerary ritual cycle. the text is accompanied by a selection of photographs taken by myself during 30 years of field research among the bororo indians of mato grosso, brazil, in order to illustrate bororo funerals as moments of recreation of the world, following the theoretical perspectives of taussig (1999) and overing (1989, 1990).
Sleep habits in native brazilian bororo children
REIM?O, RUBENS;SOUZA, JOSé CARLOS ROSA PIRES DE;GAUDIOSO, CARLOS EDUARDO VILELA;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X1999000100003
Abstract: sleep behavior patterns in childhood are influenced by familial, cultural and environmental factors. in understanding sleep in native brazilian bororo children, one should consider the influence of their culture on the child's sleep. this research analyzes sleep habits of native bororo children from the meruri village, located in an indian reservation in the state of mato grosso. fourty four children ( 24 m; 20 f) were evaluated; ages ranged from one month to 10 years, with a mean age of 4.9 years. sleep characteristics were assessed by means of a standard questionnaire applied to the mothers. cosleeping - sleeping together with family members - was a remarkable finding, in every child 0-2 year old and in 81.5% in the 2-10 years group. the second characteristic was sleeping with many people in the same room. there was an average of 5.1 people per room in the younger group and 3.9 people in the older group
Sleep habits in native brazilian bororo children  [cached]
REIM?O RUBENS,SOUZA JOSé CARLOS ROSA PIRES DE,GAUDIOSO CARLOS EDUARDO VILELA
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 1999,
Abstract: Sleep behavior patterns in childhood are influenced by familial, cultural and environmental factors. In understanding sleep in Native Brazilian Bororo children, one should consider the influence of their culture on the child's sleep. This research analyzes sleep habits of Native Bororo children from the Meruri village, located in an Indian Reservation in the state of Mato Grosso. Fourty four children ( 24 M; 20 F) were evaluated; ages ranged from one month to 10 years, with a mean age of 4.9 years. Sleep characteristics were assessed by means of a standard questionnaire applied to the mothers. Cosleeping - sleeping together with family members - was a remarkable finding, in every child 0-2 year old and in 81.5% in the 2-10 years group. The second characteristic was sleeping with many people in the same room. There was an average of 5.1 people per room in the younger group and 3.9 people in the older group
Reconsideration of quantum measurements  [PDF]
Spiridon Dumitru
Physics , 2001,
Abstract: The usual conjectures of quantum measurements approaches, inspired from the traditional interpretation of Heisenberg's ("uncertainty") relations, are proved as being incorrect. A group of reconsidered conjectures and a corresponding new approach are set forth. The quantum measurements, regarded experimentally as statistical samplings, are described theoretically by means of linear integral transforms of quantum probability density and current, from intrinsic into recorded readings. Accordingly, the quantum observables appear as random variables, valuable, in both readings, through probabilistic numerical parameters (characteristics). The measurements uncertainties (errors) are described by means of the intrinsic-recorded changes for the alluded parameters or for the informational entropies. The present approach, together with other author's investigations, give a natural and unified reconsideration of primary problems of Heisenberg's relations and quantum measurements. The respective reconsideration can offer some nontrivial elements for an expected re-examination of some disputed subsequent questions regarding the foundations and interpretation of quantum mechanics.
La filiation et l’aide médicale à la procréation Filiation and medical assistance to procreation  [cached]
Anne Cadoret
Droit et Cultures , 2009,
Abstract: L’aide médicale à la procréation permet une procréation aussi proche que possible du processus naturel de fabrication d’un enfant en s’appuyant sur les éléments de base de la procréation, substances (sperme et ovule). A partir de cette base technique, chaque société va dire les combinaisons obligatoires pour aboutir à une filiation et transcrire une donnée naturelle de la procréation en une donnée sociale. Comment se passe cette transcription ? Que nous dit-elle du passage de la transformation du corps et de la sexualité en parenté ? Y aurait-il d’autres montages possibles de la filiation ? Medical assistance to procreation allows for procreation which is as close as possible from the natural process of the making of a child by relying on basic elements of procreation i.e. substances (sperm and ovum). From this technical basis, every society determines the combinations required to establish a filiation and transcribes a natural data of procreation into a social data. How is this transcription produced? What does it tell us about the transformation of the body and sexuality into parenthood? Would there be other possible constructions of the filiation?
Domestic cooked cheese  [cached]
Slavko Kirin
Mljekarstvo , 2006,
Abstract: The research results of sensory properties, chemical and microbiological quality of domestic cooked cheese, which is produced around Bjelovar region, are presented in this paper.Domestic cooked cheese is Croatian autochthonous cheese produced in wider north-western region of Croatia (Bilogora, Lika, Banovina, Gorski Kotar and around Zagreb), and therefore should be registered as Protected Denomination of Origin (PDO) and/or Protected Geographical Indication (PGI). Sensory properties, chemical and microbiological analyses were performed on 16 samples (7 non-smoked and 9 smoked cheeses). All cheese samples were produced according to tradition. Significant unevenness was determined in sensory, chemical and microbiological quality. Domestic cooked cheese can be classified as soft cheese according to dry matter content, and as semi-hard cheese according to water content in non fat cheese matter. According to fat content in dry matter, domestic cooked cheese can be classified as fat cheese. Standardization elements are proposed.
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