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Una mirada actual de la simbología en enfermería
Burbano,Consuelo;
Colombia Médica , 2007,
Abstract: the historical investigation as well as a critical assessment of previous events related to nursing, reveal their effects on nursing present behaviours and practice. nursing as science and discipline is constituted by memorable facts; nursing is the science of human existence in time; it comes from the past and goes to the future; as others sciences, it has been built slowly through three stages: knowledge, ethics, and aesthetics. the symbols of the oldest art and youngest profession -nursing should be orientated with critical sense and in accordance with current practices in the discipline.
Acción colectiva en espacios cerrados: Etnografía y nuevas formas de participación
Biskupovic,Consuelo;
Polis (Santiago) , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-65682011000100003
Abstract: this article describes an ethnographic fieldwork carried out with a neighbor's association trying to protect a forest in santiago's piedmont. it first shows ethnographic descriptions and analysis based on two reunions between members of the neighbor's organization and state institutions agents. then, it focuses on theoretical questions presented by social sciences, to analyze this type of collective action, while at the same time suggesting methodological options to understand these new participation processes. additionally, it states the different types as well as the contradictions emerging from this participation modality.
Estrategias de gestión de la mano de obra en América Latina
Consuelo Iranzo
Papeles de población , 1998,
Abstract: El objetivo de este artículo es recoger y sistematizar las características fundamentales de las estrategias de gestión de la mano de obra en América Latina a la luz de los procesos de modernización organizativa. Los países considerados en el análisis fueron los tres más grandes (Brasil, México y Argentina) y tres de los medianos (Colombia, Chile y Venezuela), utilizando como fuente los estudios previos realizados por expertos en sus respectivos países. A partir de deslindar tres fases sucesivas en los procesos de modernización, más o menos comunes en los países analizados, se intenta identificar sus principales fuerzas motoras y sus rasgos más resaltantes con el objetivo de extraer elementos que permitan enriquecer la discusión acerca del carácter de las transformaciones organizativas que han tenido lugar en nuestro continente en las últimas dos décadas.
Specialità e specificità umana e animale: il caso dell’altruismo
Consuelo Luverà
Rivista Italiana di Filosofia del Linguaggio , 2012,
Abstract: According to some theories human beings’ moral capacity is discontinuous with the natural capacities of all nonhuman species. They are basically bad and selfish: their good behavior must be explained as an artificial product of the cultural human properties: this conception views morality as a cultural innovation achieved by our species alone. By contrast other theories hold that humans are by nature altruist: good nature is inherited from our nonhuman ancestors. According to this conception human moral behavior is continuous with nonhuman behavior. It has its evolutionary origins in emotions that we share with other animals, and it’s a direct outgrowth of the social instincts that we share with other animals, too. When in seventies Edward O. Wilson’s Sociobiology came out perspectives in favor of moral discontinuity between human beings and nonhuman species got a scientific support. Ethological model about altruism elaborated to explain animal behaviors dropped hints that also human altruism was basically a hidden opportunism. However any discussion about altruism must include the caveat that dissimilar socio-ecological conditions will lead to important differences in the altruistic behavior. We need to consider species-specific and eco-ethological properties of each species and the role of language with relation to human cognition in order to comprehend the possibility of altruistic behavior.
Análisis del nombre a partir del léxico del cuerpo humano en la lengua muinane
Vengoechea Consuelo
Forma y Función , 2003,
Abstract: En este escrito el léxico del cuerpo humano es analizado en primer lugar de de manera formal a partir de su morfosintaxis, constituyéndose en el objetivo principal desarrollado. Este léxico contiene las unidades sintácticas que los hablantes asignan a los referentes definidos como "partes del cuerpo humano" y que no siempre coinciden con las partes del cuerpo humano en el léxico de la lengua espa ola. El análisis permite profundizar en los procesos de construcción de las unidades sintácticas en mención. éstas son en su mayoría palabras nominales, delimitadas a partir de diferentes criterios, cuya lexicogénesis proviene de diversos procedimientos. Los nombres en muinane pueden ser de una parte nombres relativos y de otra nombres absolutos. Ellos ostentan las categorías gramaticales de clase nominal, número y caso. Los nombres pueden sufijar además un morfema temporal. Un número reducido de sintagmas nominales puede encontrarse también en el léxico del cuerpo humano. En segundo lugar se aborda el léxico desde su significado a partir de la semántica. La concepción del cuerpo humano en el léxico, como un todo divisible en partes, se observa desde el punto de vista del análisis semántico del léxico como una partonomía, uno de los tipos de jerarquías lexicales del lenguaje. En tercer lugar se muestra la relevancia que puede tener un acercamiento entre el léxico estudiado y algunas concepciones culturales indicadas aquí a partir de la observación etnográfica y las cuales son sugeridas por los mismos hablantes. El léxico del cuerpo humano está compuesto por palabras que representan nociones de gran relevancia cultural. El cuerpo humano es un modelo del mundo y un modelo de las relaciones entre los grupos sociales.
Um passaporte húngaro, de Sandra Kogut: cinema polí-tico e intimidade
Consuelo Lins
Galáxia , 2008,
Abstract: Um passaporte húngaro, da cineasta e videoartista brasileira Sandra Kogut, é um filme que utiliza diferentes tecnologias para construir uma narrativa em que a diretora está fortemente presente. Trata-se de um filme em que a esfera da vida privada está em primeiro plano, indo ao encontro de uma realidade midiática que esvazia cada vez mais a esfera pública em favor da intimidade. Contudo, diferentemente do que assistimos na televis o, o filme articula de maneira singular experiências pessoais com a história e a memória coletivas, imprimindo deslocamentos importantes tanto em rela o í produ o midiática quanto ao documentário clássico polí-tico e aos filmes autobiográficos mais correntes. Palavras-chave cinema, documentário, intimidade, memória, polí-tico Abstract A Hungarian Passport, a film by Sandra Kogut, a Brazilian film-maker and video artist, makes use of different technologies in order to construct a narrative in which the director is strongly present. The private life circle is quite evident in the film, conforming to a media reality that progressively does without a public context in favour of the intimate. However, different from what we see on television, this film, in such special manner, articulates personal experiences with collective history and memory, imprinting important displacements both in relation to the mediatic production and the classical political documentary as well as the more common autobiographical films. Key words cinema, documentary, intimacy, memory, politics
Pakikibaka sa Wika: Ganoon Pa Rin Ngayon
Consuelo Paz
Kasarinlan : Philippine Journal of Third World Studies , 1998,
Abstract: A century after the revolution that catapulted the Philippines beyond Spanish colonial rule, the battle for the liberation of the Filipino language is still being waged. A common language that will embrace a way of life that is truly of the Filipino people has yet to be established although efforts to establish one have spanned more than a century. During the early stages of the revolution, political ideals were spread through materials mainly written in Spanish. Carrying the message of freedom to the masses proved difficult because three centuries of Spanish rule limited the literacy level of the fragmented Filipino people among members of the ilustrado class, who spoke, thought and wrote in Spanish. There was, however, an attempt by leaders of the revolution to formalize a national language for the Filipinos who needed to be free from Spain and its cultural influence. But first and foremost, the national language, which was still to take shape, was to become a tool of the revolution. Primarily, the people needed to be reminded of their love for the motherland and the need for unity if lasting freedom was to be achieved. This was done through writings in Filipino; never mind if a definitive Filipino grammar was absent. Consequently, the use of a non-Spanish language raised the level of awareness regarding the existence of an indigenous one.Early attempts to use a native language revealed the depth of Spanish influence. It was clear that Spanish orthography and grammar were to be an integral part of the national language that was just starting to take shape. But the proponents of the language revolution were not to give up easily and made significant progress in the formalization of the national language. An example of this is the use of affixes, the grammatical function of which is an integral part of all local dialects. The use of affixes was not yet extensive or uniform given the complex nature of the local vocabulary which was still heavy with Spanish holdovers. Before any further shaping of the national language could take place, the United States established an education system that would shelve the institutionalization of a Filipino language for another hundred years. Without a national language toprevent the entrenchment of the English language, the latter became the mode of communication among the educated. The non-elite groups were marginalized and barred from participation in government because of the language barrier. At present, the constitutionally assured use of Filipino in governance and education is implemented only in ceremony. Its ful
Algunas reflexiones sobre la relación docencia-investigación
Consuelo Corredor
Lecturas de Economía , 1995,
Abstract:
Julio Pinto Vallejos y Verónica Valdivia Ortiz de Zárate, Chilenos todos? La construcción social de la nación (1810-1840)
Consuelo Figueroa
Historia (Santiago) , 2011,
Abstract:
A 50 a os del Vaticano II: verdaderas luces y urgentes desafíos (Fifty years of Vatican II: real lights and urgent challenges) - DOI: 10.5752/P.2175-5841.2011v9n24p1290
Consuelo Velez
Horizonte : Revista de Estudos de Teologia e Ciências da Religi?o , 2011, DOI: 10.5752/p.2175-5841.2011v9n24p1290
Abstract: Resumen El artículo celebra los 50 a os del Vaticano II a partir de sus luces y desafíos. Entre los innumerables motivos para celebrar se destaca el cambio de la perspectiva eclesial, de una Iglesia centrada en sí misma a una Iglesia capaz de observar y nombrar las realidades del mundo, abierta a la comprensión de la historia como el lugar de la revelación divina. También hace memoria de otras “luces” conciliares, relativas a la opción por los pobres, al laicado, a la vida religiosa, a la liturgia. Frente a los vientos de la involución que azotan actualmente a la Iglesia, la reflexión indica desafíos que sigan plasmando el espíritu del Vaticano II: la exigencia de la conversión constante, la solidaridad para con los pueblos excluidos, la participación igualitaria de la mujer en la comunidad eclesial, la mayoridad del laicado, el diálogo ecuménico e inter-religioso, el diálogo con la “pos-modernidad”, la abertura al desarrollo científico, a la interdisciplinaridad, a la colaboración entre los diferentes estratos sociales y al mundo plural. Palabras-clave: Iglesia. Vaticano II. Memoria. Desafíos. Abstract The article celebrates the 50th anniversary of Vatican II: its achievements and challenges. Among the reasons to celebrate, the article highlights the changes verified within the ecclesial perspective: the turning from a self-centered church to a church able to see and name the realities of the world and open to understand history as the place of divine revelation. The article also presents other contributions of the Council regarding the option for the poor people and other issue such as the laity, the religious life and the liturgy. Facing the winds of involution currently present in the Church, this article shows some challenges actually faced by Vatican II: the requirement of constant conversion, solidarity with the excluded peoples, equal participation of women in the church community, the majority participation of the laity, the ecumenical and interreligious dialogue with the "post-modernity". Finally, the text shows other challenges: the opening to the scientific development, the interdisciplinary vision of the world and the collaboration between different social classes in a pluralistic world. Keywords: Church. Vatican II. Memory. Challenges. - DOI: 10.5752/P.2175-5841.2011v9n24p1290
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