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Kudoa sciaenae (Myxozoa: Multivalvulidae) cysts distribution in the somatic muscles of Stellifer minor (Tschudi, 1844) (Pisces: Sciaenidae)
Oliva, Marcelo;Luque, Jose Luis;Teran, Luz;Llican, Leonardo;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1992, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761992000100006
Abstract: the distribution of kudoa sciaenae cysts (myxozoa), in terms of intensity and prevalence, in the somatic muscles of the sciaenid stellifer minor, shows an apparent preference for the anterior body region, including the head. the observed preference seems to be a consequence of the differential distribution of muscle mass, in the defined area, because when density (cyst/g dry muscle), is considered, all the somatic areas, but not cephalic area, do no show significant differences in terms of mean intensity and prevalence.
Subjectivities of Young People Demobilized from FARC in a Scenario of Peace Construction  [PDF]
Luz Marina Lara Salcedo
Open Journal of Political Science (OJPS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ojps.2017.71007
Abstract: This article presents the results of a research on the displacement of subjectivities of a group of demobilized young people formerly enlisted in the Colombian armed group FARC guerrillas (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia, Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia). Drawing on a social constructionist perspective (Gergen, 1996), this paper emphasizes a perspective of the subject formed inside the armed group—under new conditions, scenarios, personals traits and ways of living—, as well as the new subject that emerges after deciding to rejoin civilian life. The methodological design was oriented from the central premises of the social constructionist perspective. The methodological approach was the narrative inquiry with its three phases: production, analysis and interpretation. For analytical purposes, the model used was the narrative approach proposed by Coninck & Godard (1998). The main results show that when the youngsters decide leaving the armed group, begins the transition to civilian life; it is a time of confrontation, doubts and fears that young people must face in their own way. The youngsters came from being immersed in an armed group that supported their identity. The transition implies losing a way of living, experiencing the uncertainty, but also with the hope of rebuilding their life projects. In this transit, youngsters feel unprotected and helpless; the values acquired of brotherhood and solidarity in the guerrilla life suddenly disappear and young people is confronted with a world of new social meanings and ways of being and doing. The results show the rupturing and continuities that rise in their subjectivities before and after joining the armed group, as well as the emerging and conflicting subjectivities in the process of disengagement. In addition, great fluctuations of emotional repertoires, as well as identity, ties, values and lifestyles go through a process of redefinition and reconfiguration to settle back into civilian society.
Contributions of Educational Psychology to University Education  [PDF]
Luz Marina Méndez Hinojosa
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2015.63017
Abstract: The scientific article presented here is intended to provide university teachers the theoretical basis for their work in the classroom, considering three principal theoretical learning paradigms: Behaviorism, cognitivism and constructivism; and four particular theories that have been labeled like constructivist (psychogenetic theory, meaningful learning theory, theory of strategic learning and the historical-cultural theory). Thus, this theoretical review provides guidelines to act in the university classroom that can lead to the elimination of “teaching without learning”.
Review of "Perspectives on Free and Open Source Software" edited by Feller J, Fitzgerald B, Hissam SE and Lakhani KR
Saturnino Luz
BioMedical Engineering OnLine , 2006, DOI: 10.1186/1475-925x-5-23
Abstract: Perspectives on Free and Open Source SoftwareCambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2005538 pages, ISBN 0-262-06246-1Perspectives on Free and Open Source Software is a collection of articles by researchers, advocates and critics of the Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) movement and its way of building and distributing software. The book represents a serious attempt to assess the current state of FOSS and discuss its future.The volume is structured along 5 parts, some containing cohesive sets of articles, some loosely related ones. The three chapters that make up part 1 report on attempts to explain the FOSS phenomenon from the perspective of the psychology and sociology of its main actors. In particular, these articles try to explain what leads FOSS developers not to sell the software they create, but rather regard that software as free. The question appears to be framed initially in terms of explaining "free as in free beer" rather than "free as in freedom" [1], presumably in order to keep the attention of the business reader. However, detailed investigation soon reveals the complexities of the issue and the inadequacy of that frame of reference. Part 2 discusses issues relating to FOSS evaluation, where the term "evaluation" is used in a broader sense than in software engineering. The term here designates an attempt to ascertain not only the value of open source as a development methodology but its worth and long-term prospects as a movement. Three of the chapters address technical questions, including interesting discussions of the effects of public access to source code on security. The remaining three chapters contain analyses and (at times extravagant) responses to (similarly extravagant) claims about the inherent superiority of FOSS found in the literature, particularly those by Raymond [2]. Part 3 counters the impression left by part 2 that software engineering these days is mostly about politics, economics and anthropology by presenting actual software engineering to
Cr?nica e brasilidade: a cata??o do mínimo e do escondido
Luz, Eduardo;
Machado de Assis em Linha , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1983-68212012000100007
Abstract: machado de assis wrote the 246 chronicles of the series "a semana" between 1892 and 1897. by then, he had already gone through many disappointments: brazilian drama did not yield good results in the model of the french realistic theatre; literature had not become a form of social intervention; and politics had become synonymous with moral crisis. machado then directed his attention to the chronicle, which would translate his thoughts about our urban life rituals. intrigued by cultural settings that eluded him, he decided to seek the psychosocial features of the brazilian people. this article presents some results of machado de assis's effort of to understand brazilianness.
Virgen, ángel, flor y debilidad: paradigmas de la imagen de la mujer en la literatura colombiana de finales del siglo xix
Tabula Rasa , 2007,
Abstract: the conduct manuals and leaflets that were written specifically for women and that proliferated in colombia during the 19th century reveal the way women were educated and conditioned to follow a patriarchal model in their lives as daughters, girlfriends, wives and mothers. this article first looks at two examples of such manuals, consejos a una ni?a (1878) by jose maria vergara y vergara and consejos a angélica: obra dedicada a las ni?as cristianas (1887) by the poet silveria espinosa de los monteros de rendón (sopo, 1815- 1886) in order to discover the rules that were recommended to them and thus controlled women’s behavior. following, three novels of the same period are studied: dos religiones o mario y frinea (1884) and del colegio al hogar (1893) both by herminia gómez jaime de abadía (tunja, 1861-1926) and soledad: novela original (1893) by eva ceferina verbel y marea (cartagena, 1856-1900). these texts will be examined for their representations of feminine characters and they way the models and rules of conduct are reflected in the fiction of these less known authors.
Virgen, ángel, flor y debilidad: paradigmas de la imagen de la mujer en la literatura colombiana de finales del siglo XIX
Luz Hincapié
Tabula Rasa , 2007,
Abstract: Las cartillas y manuales de conducta dirigidos a la mujer que proliferaron en Colombia en el siglo XIX nos muestran la manera como la mujer fue educada y condicionada a seguir un modelo patriarcal en su papel de hija, novia, esposa, y madre. Este artículo mira primero dos ejemplos de estos manuales de conducta, Consejos a una ni a (1878) de José María Vergara y Vergara (Bogotá, 1831- 1872) y Consejos a Angélica: obra dedicada a las ni as cristianas (1887) de la poeta Silveria Espinosa de los Monteros de Rendón (Sopo, 1815-1886) para descubrir los preceptos que estos recomendaban al deber ser femenino. Posteriormente, se estudian las siguientes novelas de la misma época: Dos religiones o Mario y Frinea (1884) y Del colegio al hogar (1893) ambas por Herminia Gómez Jaime de Abadía (Tunja, 1861-1926) y Soledad: novela original (1893) por Eva Ceferina Verbel y Marea (Cartagena, 1856-1900). En estos textos se examinan las representaciones de los personajes femeninos y la manera como los modelos de conducta se ven reflejados en la ficción de estas autoras poco conocidas.
El tiempo como representación: voces y silencios en los altos páramos andinos de Venezuela
Luz Pargas
Nómadas , 2007,
Abstract: El artículo forma parte de una investigación en desarrollo sobre la dimensión socio-simbólica de los procesos culturales de Los Andes Venezolanos. En el mismo se presenta una primera aproximación al estudio de las representaciones sociales del tiempo a partir de la reproducción de la vida material y espiritual de los habitantes del páramo de Mucuchíes se alando el proceso de transformación cultural que se produce cuando los parameros comienzan a migrar de los altos valles hasta los centros urbanos más primados. Desde el método, se introduce un modo de recoger las voces y silencios como datos aportados por la conversación y el contacto con la gente del lugar a partir de dos ejes (temporal y espacial) cuya ruta va formando un mapa del trayecto de vida (Pargas, 2005).
Rese a de "Miradas sobre la personalidad política de Efraín González Luna" de Jorge Alonso
Luz Lomelí
Espiral , 2005,
Determining F_pi from spectral sum rules
Magdalena Luz
Physics , 2006, DOI: 10.1016/j.physletb.2006.11.003
Abstract: We derive spectral sum rules for a system with two quarks coupled to an imaginary isospin chemical potential in the \epsilon regime. The sum rules show an explicit dependence on the pion decay constant which should make it possible to measure F_pi from the eigenvalue spectrum of this particular Dirac operator.
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