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Construcción del límite no relativista para la ecuación de Dirac a partir de su solución fundamental
A. R. Becerra Becerra
Bistua : Revista de la Facultad de Ciencias Básicas , 2007,
Abstract: Se estudia la solución fundamental de la ecuación de Dirac y sus propiedades, y a partir de ello se obtiene el límite no relativista.
All you need is love: ciudadanía, género y educación en los debates del primer socialismo argentino
Becerra, Marina;
Cadernos Pagu , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-83332006000200014
Abstract: this work pretends to analyze the socialist strategies for the production of a modern citizenship, during the socialism foundational period (1896-1910), coincident with the moment of basic scholarship in argentine. the investigations about those socialists debates line a special interest for the gender problems because the socialism is one of the political formations that in argentine strongly defended the feminine emancipation and very early impelled the production of a modern citizenship for both sexes.
Metáforas en Lengua de Se?as Chilena
Becerra,Carolina;
Psykhe (Santiago) , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-22282008000100005
Abstract: the present study examined the characteristics of chilean deaf people's metaphoric language and its relevance in linguistic comprehension. this key question is based in the scarcity of studies conducted in chile. a qualitative study was developed, on the basis of analysis of videos of chilean deaf people spontaneous sign language. a list of conceptual and no conceptual metaphors in chilean sign language was developed. the comprehension of these metaphors was evaluated in a group of deaf subjets, educated using sign language communication. the results identify the existence of metaphors of the deaf culture. these methaphors would be coherent with the particular experiences of deaf subjets and do not necessarily agree with spoken language.
“Atmosphere”, a Precursor of “Cognitive Schemas”: Tracing Tacit Phenomenological Influences on Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Rodrigo Becerra
Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology , 2004,
Abstract: Whilst individuals deal with divergent sorts of stimuli from the environment, they also tend to display some regularity in the way they respond to related patterns. These consistent responses can be conceptualised as cognitive schemas. A paramount component of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is the notion of cognitive schemas as they are a favoured point of therapeutic intervention. CBT as articulated by Beck in the 1960s owes intellectual acknowledgment to Merleau-Ponty and Heidegger and their notions of “atmosphere” and “clearing” respectively. This essay explores the notion of cognitive schema and atmosphere as applied to emotional pathology. It suggests that the well-known influence that phenomenology had on existential psychology could be extended to empirical clinical psychology, like CBT. The strategy adopted in this paper is to use Dreyfus’ ontological and epistemological distinction in psychopathology and then make a similar distinction, albeit using different terminology, in the CBT tradition. Some empirical findings from the literature are examined which render support to the existence of cognitive schemas and their crucial contributory role in the aetiology and maintenance of emotional disorders. It is noted that some of the features of these cognitive schemas were espoused well before Beck by Merleau-Ponty and the phenomenological-existential tradition. Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology, Volume 4, Edition 1 July 2004
Differenza sessuale, diritti delle donne e lotte socialiste in Argentina: le proposte di Enrique Del Valle Iberlucea (1877-1921)
Marina Becerra
Storia delle Donne , 2009,
Abstract: Along this work there is an investigation about the argentine socialistic concerning to the feminine rights, inside the frame of the modern citizenship production, at the beginning of the XX century. Particularly there is an analysis of the position of a Spanish socialistic senator –became naturalized argentine– Enrique Del Valle Iberlucea, in the debates about the incorporation of divorce to the Civil Code, project that he had presented in 1918 as a national senator. There is an interest in to find out in what way this radicalized position, original among the masculine voices of this particular epoch, contributed to the criticism of the power relationships between both sexes.
Hipotiroidismo congénito y fenilcetonuria en el ni o
CARLOS BECERRA
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2008,
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Rese a de "Movimientos Sociales y Luchas por el Derecho Humano al Agua en América Latina"
Andrea Becerra
Polis : Revista de la Universidad Bolivariana , 2006,
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HISTORIA DE LA POLICíA Y DEL EJERCICIO DEL CONTROL SOCIAL EN COLOMBIA
Dayana Becerra
Prolegómenos. Derechos y Valores , 2010,
Abstract: El presente trabajo es una exploración histórica crítica de la institución policial en su función de control social en Colombia hasta el periodo histórico conocido como la regeneración. Para tal efecto, se han estudiado tanto los textos legales, como la realidad social, atinentes a la Policía, entendida en sus dos acepciones: función y estructura institucional. De dicho análisis se constata una gran paradoja: mientras que la mayoría de las competencias asignadas eran de tipo administrativo, dichas atribuciones permitieron una omnipresencia de la Policía como ente de control social más allá de lo estrictamente penal.
LA CONCILIACIóN PREPROCESAL EN EL SISTEMA PENAL ACUSATORIO Y SUS PRINCIPALES APORTES
Dayana Becerra
Prolegómenos. Derechos y Valores , 2009,
Abstract: La aproximación que se efectúa en el presente estudio, inicia con un acercamiento al concepto de conciliación como mecanismo alternativo de resolución de conflictos, estableciendo los rasgos generales de esta figura; para posteriormente analizar el antecedente inmediato de la conciliación preprocesal en la ley 600 de 2.000, que abrió camino para concederle en materia penal a este mecanismo mayor importancia. Subsiguientemente se profundiza en la conciliación preprocesal consagrada expresamente en la ley 906 de 2004, y se analizan los cambios generados, para así conocer sus características, y determinar sus principales aportes, en el marco del sistema penal acusatorio.
Metáforas en Lengua de Se as Chilena Metaphors in Chilean Sign Language
Carolina Becerra
Psykhe (Santiago) , 2008,
Abstract: Este estudio describe las características del lenguaje metafórico de personas sordas chilenas y su impacto en la comprensión lingüística. La relevancia de esta pregunta radica en la escasez de investigaciones realizadas, particularmente a nivel nacional. Se desarrolló un estudio cualitativo en base a análisis de videos de sujetos sordos en habla espontánea. Se confeccionó una lista de metáforas conceptuales y no conceptuales en Lengua de Se as Chilena. Posteriormente se evaluó su comprensión en un grupo de sujetos sordos, educados con modalidad comunicativa de lengua de se as. Los resultados obtenidos permiten observar la existencia de metáforas propias de la cultura sorda. Ellas serían coherentes con las particulares experiencias de los sujetos sordos y no necesariamente concuerdan con el lenguaje oral. The present study examined the characteristics of Chilean deaf people's metaphoric language and its relevance in linguistic comprehension. This key question is based in the scarcity of studies conducted in Chile. A qualitative study was developed, on the basis of analysis of videos of Chilean deaf people spontaneous sign language. A list of conceptual and no conceptual metaphors in Chilean sign language was developed. The comprehension of these metaphors was evaluated in a group of deaf subjets, educated using sign language communication. The results identify the existence of metaphors of the deaf culture. These methaphors would be coherent with the particular experiences of deaf subjets and do not necessarily agree with spoken language.
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