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Homo faber: esculpiendo hombres. La coproducción investigativa en la interioridad de una práctica
Bialakowsky, Alberto Leonardo;Franco, Delia Elena;Patrouilleau, María Mercedes;Bardi, Nora;Lusnich, Cecilia María;
Convergencia , 2009,
Abstract: the social sciences of labor have face great challenges to explore labor; however, in this disciplines the study of the industrial model has prevailed, while the analysis of sectors of services as productive spaces has been delayed. laborers in governmental institutions, not only work the "shapes" and "substances", but also the very human survival and reproduction. the present article is aimed at giving an account of the work of men working on men, specifically on laborers who work on other laborers who undergo social disaggregation, exclusion, and ghettification. the results from our qualitative research show the participation in the production of knowledge of the very laborers, rehearsing a co-productive dialogue in hospital and with laborers from recovered enterprises. this dialogical construction allows exploring the dimensions of alienation, power and the subjectivity in the social processes of labor.
HOMO (PRE)FABER / Homo (pre)faber  [cached]
Miguel ángel de la Cova Morillo-Velarde
Proyecto, Progreso, Arquitectura , 2012,
Abstract: RESUMEN En el presente número de la Revista PpA, dedicado a la vivienda prefabricada, se entrelazan dos de los campos de investigación de la arquitectura más efervescentes del último siglo: técnica y habitar. Industrialización, estandarización, modulación y seriación se confunden con el concepto de prefabricación como finas capas de un hojaldre difíciles de separar, horneadas bajo un mismo fuego que no es otro que el de responder a través de la producción reglada al alojamiento. En todos estos términos, el valor de la técnica, donde la figura del artesano aún permite pensar en una respuesta específica para cada producto, virará hacia el de la tecnología, dificultando incluir el hecho particular dentro del proceso creativo. Esta confrontación entre objetividad y contingencia adquiere mayor relevancia en el caso de la vivienda prefabricada, por la distancia especulativa que implica la ultimación del dise o previo a su construcción. La actual proliferación de soluciones predefinidas a la hora de enfrentarse al proyecto arquitectónico –principalmente en aspectos constructivos– y el aumento de la producción prefabricada de viviendas a nivel mundial requieren una reflexión disciplinar en la materia, que hilvane relaciones intencionadas entre hombre y producto.SUMMARY This issue of PPA is dedicated to the prefabricated home, and intertwines two of the most lively research areas in architecture over the last century: craftsmanship and living. Industrialization, standardization, modularization and serial production become blended with the concept of prefabrication as thin layers of puff pastry, difficult to separate, baked under the same fire which is nothing more than responding to accommodation needs through regulated production. In all these terms, the value of craftsmanship, where the artisan is still allowed to think of a specific response for each product, will veer towards that of technology, making the inclusion of that response in the creative process more difficult. This confrontation between objectivity and contingency becomes more important in the case of the prefabricated home, due to the speculative distance involved in the finalization of the design, prior to its construction. The current proliferation of predefined solutions that are available for tackling the architectural project, mainly in construction aspects, and the increased prefabricated production of homes worldwide require a disciplinary reflection on the subject, which tacks together the intended relationships between man and product.
Environmentally Initiated, Self-Confirming Alienation in the Workplace  [PDF]
Laura Riolli, Victor Savicki
Open Journal of Depression (OJD) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojd.2014.34020
Abstract: Employees face an increasing number of stressors that can originate from the actual performance of their duties, from the relationships with fellow workers and supervisors, and from organizational structures and expectations which accumulated over time results on burnout which contains the factor of depersonalization/cynicism. This conceptual paper focuses on an insidious pattern of behavior that evolves from chronic stress in the workplace into a pattern of ongoing behavior that increases worker alienation from others and perpetuates itself through self-confirming perceptions and actions. We argue that depersonalization/cynicism needs to be addressed at the organizational and individual level.
Faber Polynomials with common zero  [PDF]
Viktor Savchuk
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: We describe the two sets of meromorphic univalent functions in the class $\Sigma$, for which the sequence of Faber polynomials $\{F_j\}_{j=1}^\infty $ have the roots with following properties respectively: $\sum_{j=1}^{n}|F_j(z_0)|=0<|F_{n+1}(z_0)|, $ $n\in\mathbb N, $ and $|F_1(z_0)|> 0=\sum_{j=2}^{\infty}|F_j(z_0)|$. We found an explicit form of Faber polynomials for such functions.
Some properties of Faber-Walsh polynomials  [PDF]
Olivier Sète
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: Walsh introduced a generalisation of Faber polynomials to certain compact sets which need not be connected. We derive several equivalent representations of these Faber-Walsh polynomials, analogous to representations of Faber polynomials. Some simple asymptotic properties of the Faber-Walsh polynomials on the complement of the compact set are established. We further show that suitably normalised Faber-Walsh polynomials are asymptotically optimal polynomials in the sense of [Eiermann and Niethammer 1983].
The 'reformation' of counselling  [cached]
G.A. Lotter
In die Skriflig , 2001, DOI: 10.4102/ids.v35i2.562
Abstract: Although the Reformation took place some four hundred years ago, one area in which reformation is really needed today is the counselling of people. Since Wilhelm Wundt started the “study of the mind” in 1879, William James and Sigmund Freud followed and secular psychology gradually has developed to take the “front seat”; hence moving Biblical counselling, which has been practised since the times of the New Testament, to the “back burner”. This development had been going on for the greater part of the 20th century, up to the publication of Competent to Counsel by Jay E. Adams in 1970. In the model for counselling suggested by Adams, the principles of the Reformation of the sixteenth century, Soli Deo Gloria, Soli Scriptura, Soli Fidei, Sola Gratia, etc. were again implemented in assisting and counselling people with personal and interpersonal problems. The epistomological and anthropological approach of secular psychology differs radically from that of Biblical principles, thus necessitating a new “reformation” of counselling. Within this new form counselling, inter alia, implies the following: the Word of God has its rightful place, sin has to be taken seriously and the work of the Holy Spirit should be recognised. In this article it is proposed that the “reformation” of counselling was started by scholars with a Biblical Reformational approach and that this method of counselling followed the parameters of the Reformation of the sixteenth century. This “reformation” developed into a new direction in counselling and still continues today with fascinating new frontiers opening up for Biblical counselling.
Faber polynomials and Poincaré series  [PDF]
Ben Kane
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: In this paper we consider weakly holomorphic modular forms (i.e. those meromorphic modular forms for which poles only possibly occur at the cusps) of weight $2-k\in 2\Z$ for the full modular group $\SL_2(\Z)$. The space has a distinguished set of generators $f_{m,2-k}$. Such weakly holomorphic modular forms have been classified in terms of finitely many Eisenstein series, the unique weight 12 newform $\Delta$, and certain Faber polynomials in the modular invariant $j(z)$, the Hauptmodul for $\SL_2(\Z)$. We employ the theory of harmonic weak Maass forms and (non-holomorphic) Maass-Poincar\'e series in order to obtain the asymptotic growth of the coefficients of these Faber polynomials. Along the way, we obtain an asymptotic formula for the partial derivatives of the Maass-Poincar\'e series with respect to $y$ as well as extending an asymptotic for the growth of the $\ell$-th repeated integral of the Gauss error function at $x$ to include $\ell\in \R$ and a wider range of $x$.
Properties and examples of Faber--Walsh polynomials  [PDF]
Olivier Sète,J?rg Liesen
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: The Faber--Walsh polynomials are a direct generalization of the (classical) Faber polynomials from simply connected sets to sets with several simply connected components. In this paper we derive new properties of the Faber--Walsh polynomials, where we focus on results of interest in numerical linear algebra, and on the relation between the Faber--Walsh polynomials and the classical Faber and Chebyshev polynomials. Moreover, we present examples of Faber--Walsh polynomials for two real intervals as well as some non-real sets consisting of several simply connected components.
Parental Alienation Syndrome  [PDF]
Fuat Torun
Psikiyatride Guncel Yaklasimlar , 2011,
Abstract: Children who have been programmed by one parent to be alienated from the other parent are commonly seen in the context of child-custody disputes. Its primary manifestation is the child’s campaign of denigration against a parent, a campaign that has no justification. It is said to result from a combination of a programming (brainwashing) parent’s indoctrinations and the child’s own contributions to the vilification of the targeted parent. Many evaluators use the term parental alienation syndrome to refer to the disorder engendered in such children. However, there is significant controversy going on about the validity of parental alienation syndrome. The purpose of this article has been to describe and help to differentiate parental alienation syndrome and abuse for mental health professionals working in the field, and discuss the arguments about the validity of this syndrome.
Alienation in educational organizations and its’ management  [cached]
Sadi Y?lmaz,P?nar Sarpkaya
International Journal of Human Sciences , 2009,
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to study the alienation in educational organizations carefully and to call attention to this subject which was studied insufficiently. Descriptive method was used in the study. The concept of alienation was brought up with philosophical and sociological principals and then common inferences about the educational organizations were made within the help of studies which were about the alienation in educational institutions. Hegel was the first to consider the fact of “alienation” philosophically in his book “Phenomenology of Spirit ”. To Hegel human history is also the history of human being’s becoming alienated to himself. After Hegel, Ludwig Feuerbach considered this fact in his book “Essence of Christianity” in 1841. According to Marx, alienation is a compulsory phase that development of human being must have. Marx emphasizes that in capitalist society which is named as modern society man with his labor in production relations becomes alienated to his labor, then to his social relationships, and finally to himself. In his opinion, man is desired to pull in to the consumption helical that is obstinately insisted as necessity. In this way, consumption and dissatisfaction are two elements which set off and product each other. Alienation is deterioration and decay conceit of human existence’s natural, social, psychological and cultural dimensions. It is human being’s separating from each other and becoming alienated to each other. In this respect, alienation means that man survives by becoming distant to himself, to the product he produces, to his natural, social, psychological and cultural environment but under the control of their dominance and decisiveness. Seeman distinguishes alienation into five; Powerlessness, Meaninglessness, Normlessness, Isolation and self-estrangement. The studies that are made in educational organizations about alienation focus on alienation of teacher and student. There are different approaches in the studies about student’s alienation. Some researches consider that school atmosphere is an important reason for the alienation of youngsters. And they say that this alienating atmosphere creates some aberrational attitudes like suicide, discipline problems and drinking alcohol to excess habitually. Some other researchers believe that the origin of alienation and aberrational attitudes is at home and is related to the environment and that school increases those. Significant relations were found between alienation and anger in some researches. Due to the studies about teachers’ alienation in educational
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