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Edict in Pre-Colonial India: An Analysis from the New Haven Perspective1  [PDF]
Fozia Nazir Lone
Beijing Law Review (BLR) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/blr.2014.51008
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The territory of India is the locus of an ancient and deeply philosophical culture. This land not only gave birth to the epic religion of Hinduism but also to the first urban civilization, the Indus Valley Civilization. Many different kingdoms such as Mauryan Empire and Mughal Empire with customary authoritative decision practices also emerged in the Indian subcontinent. However, the impact these deep and distinct cultures, civilizations and empires have had on decision-making and official behavior in India over the decades has not been studied. This article seeks to study the notion of law/interstate law in pre-colonial India, how it was formulated during and in what way/s the process of making law was different from western traditions of law-making. To achieve this end, the New Haven methodology will be adopted. This work will also provide some preliminary conclusions in relation to Indian foreign policy which remains “formalist dualism” from ancient to current times.

An epidemiological study of respiratory syncytial virus associated hospitalizations in Denmark
Stensballe Lone
Respiratory Research , 2002, DOI: 10.1186/rr189
Abstract: Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is the most common viral pathogen that causes lower respiratory tract infections in infants. Studies have implicated severe RSV infections early in life as a risk factor for subsequent development of reactive airway disease. We are conducting a study to validate RSV-associated diagnoses in the Danish National Patient Registry, to assess whether the incidence of severe RSV infection is increasing in Denmark, to identify predisposing and protective factors for RSV-associated hospitalization in Denmark, and to examine the association of severe RSV infection with reactive airway disease. The influence of various biological, social and environmental factors on hospitalization for RSV infection will be studied through several population-based registers, including the Danish National Birth Cohort: 'Better health for mothers and children'. The RSV hospitalization cases will be compared with control individuals selected within the same population groups on a case–control or a cohort basis in order to produce estimates of age-adjusted and sex-adjusted relative risks (odds ratio and relative risk) for hospitalization associated with various risk factors. Using register linkage and unique registration of exposures collected through interviews and blood samples from the Danish National Birth Cohort, we will be able to resolve the issues referred to above in a very large sample of Danish children.
A Swedish perspective on Pedagogical Competence
Lone Krogh
Dansk Universitetspaedagogisk Tidsskrift , 2011,
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Det er sv rt at tro p , at man ikke kan forbedre sig . Potentialer og dilemmaer i udvikling af professionel underviserkompetence
Lone Krogh
Dansk Universitetspaedagogisk Tidsskrift , 2006,
Abstract: Artiklen har afs t i betingelser og vilk r for udvikling og organisering af universitetsp dagogisk efteruddannelse. Aktuelle samfundsm ssige og uddannelsespolitiske udviklingstendenser diskuteres som centrale vilk r for universiteterne og underviserne. Der er tale om betingelser og vilk r, som ogs har betydning for mange underviseres m de at forholde sig til p dagogisk efteruddannelse p . Adjunktp dagogikum ved Aalborg Universitet beskrives som eksempel p , hvorledes udviklingen og undervisernes vilk r kan indt nkes i organiseringen og struktureringen af adjunktp dagogikum sammen med nyere viden om undervisnings- og l ringsteori.
Oversigt over arkiver
Lone Liljegren
Erhvervshistorisk ?rbog , 2012,
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FCJ-149 Affect and Care in Intimate Transactions
Lone Bertelsen
Fibreculture Journal , 2012,
Abstract: This article considers the ‘co-affective’ power of the new media artwork Intimate Transactions. This co-affective power operates at the ‘trans-subjective’ level of experience. In order to explore this level of experience the article draws on the work of Brian Massumi, Bracha Ettinger and Felix Guattari amongst others. For these thinkers the ‘trans-subjective’ level of experience, precisely because it is ‘co-affective’, holds ethical potential. The article argues for the importance of tending to ‘co-affective’ level of experience – both in designing “interactive” art, such as Intimate Transactions, and in life more generally.
The Population Impact of a Large School-Based Influenza Vaccination Campaign
Carlos G. Grijalva,Yuwei Zhu,Lone Simonsen,Edward Mitchel,Marie R. Griffin
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0015097
Abstract: The optimal vaccination strategy to mitigate the impact of influenza epidemics is unclear. In 2005, a countywide school-based influenza vaccination campaign was launched in Knox County, Tennessee (population 385,899). Approximately 41% and 48% of eligible county children aged 5–17 years were immunized with live attenuated influenza vaccine before the 2005–2006 and 2006–2007 influenza seasons, respectively. We sought to determine the population impact of this campaign.
Identification of an Antagonistic Probiotic Combination Protecting Ornate Spiny Lobster (Panulirus ornatus) Larvae against Vibrio owensii Infection
Evan F. Goulden, Michael R. Hall, Lily L. Pereg, Lone H?j
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0039667
Abstract: Vibrio owensii DY05 is a serious pathogen causing epizootics in the larviculture of ornate spiny lobster Panulirus ornatus. In the present study a multi-tiered probiotic screening strategy was used to identify a probiotic combination capable of protecting P. ornatus larvae (phyllosomas) from experimental V. owensii DY05 infection. From a pool of more than 500 marine bacterial isolates, 91 showed definitive in vitro antagonistic activity towards the pathogen. Antagonistic candidates were shortlisted based on phylogeny, strength of antagonistic activity, and isolate origin. Miniaturized assays used a green fluorescent protein labelled transconjugant of V. owensii DY05 to assess pathogen growth and biofilm formation in the presence of shortlisted candidates. This approach enabled rapid processing and selection of candidates to be tested in a phyllosoma infection model. When used in combination, strains Vibrio sp. PP05 and Pseudoalteromonas sp. PP107 significantly and reproducibly protected P. ornatus phyllosomas during vectored challenge with V. owensii DY05, with survival not differing significantly from unchallenged controls. The present study has shown the value of multispecies probiotic treatment and demonstrated that natural microbial communities associated with wild phyllosomas and zooplankton prey support antagonistic bacteria capable of in vivo suppression of a pathogen causing epizootics in phyllosoma culture systems.
Pattern of ENT Cancer in a Rural Based Hospital of J&K
Des Raj Bhagat,Anayat Lone,Padam Singh ,R.S.Chib
JK Science : Journal of Medical Education & Research , 2003,
Abstract: A total of 40 cases of total body cancer (TBC) reported at District Hospital. Doda between 1stJanualY, 2002 to 31st December, 2002. ENT cancers comprised 23 (57.5%) cases. Carcinomaof the oesophagus was the commonest cancer amongst TBC comprising of 7 (17.5%) casesfollowed by carcinoma breast and thyroid comprising of 5 (12.5%) cases each, carcinoma ofskin and lymphoma comprising of 4 (10%) cases each. Conunonest age group involved was 4060years. ENT cancers constituted the major burden of TBC in District Doda.
Reassessing Google Flu Trends Data for Detection of Seasonal and Pandemic Influenza: A Comparative Epidemiological Study at Three Geographic Scales
Donald R. Olson ,Kevin J. Konty,Marc Paladini,Cecile Viboud,Lone Simonsen
PLOS Computational Biology , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003256
Abstract: The goal of influenza-like illness (ILI) surveillance is to determine the timing, location and magnitude of outbreaks by monitoring the frequency and progression of clinical case incidence. Advances in computational and information technology have allowed for automated collection of higher volumes of electronic data and more timely analyses than previously possible. Novel surveillance systems, including those based on internet search query data like Google Flu Trends (GFT), are being used as surrogates for clinically-based reporting of influenza-like-illness (ILI). We investigated the reliability of GFT during the last decade (2003 to 2013), and compared weekly public health surveillance with search query data to characterize the timing and intensity of seasonal and pandemic influenza at the national (United States), regional (Mid-Atlantic) and local (New York City) levels. We identified substantial flaws in the original and updated GFT models at all three geographic scales, including completely missing the first wave of the 2009 influenza A/H1N1 pandemic, and greatly overestimating the intensity of the A/H3N2 epidemic during the 2012/2013 season. These results were obtained for both the original (2008) and the updated (2009) GFT algorithms. The performance of both models was problematic, perhaps because of changes in internet search behavior and differences in the seasonality, geographical heterogeneity and age-distribution of the epidemics between the periods of GFT model-fitting and prospective use. We conclude that GFT data may not provide reliable surveillance for seasonal or pandemic influenza and should be interpreted with caution until the algorithm can be improved and evaluated. Current internet search query data are no substitute for timely local clinical and laboratory surveillance, or national surveillance based on local data collection. New generation surveillance systems such as GFT should incorporate the use of near-real time electronic health data and computational methods for continued model-fitting and ongoing evaluation and improvement.
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