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La educación ambiental: caracterizar la identidad nacional y la cultura Latinoamericana
Camacho,Carlos;
Educere , 2006,
Abstract: there is great controversy surrounding the origins of environmental education in venezuela due to the shortage of bibliography on the matter, as well as its importance to define and characterize national identity and latin american culture. in this sense, this paper aims to interpret existing documents to answer the questions related to its possible origin and influence in the consolidation of latin american cultures. to write this paper, diferent key documents on environmental education were consulted, research papers, legal proceedings and electronic references. the importance of environmental education lies in the knowledge bequeathed by conservational education, known today as environmental education, generated from colonial times until today. among the conclusions, we can highlight: this type of education ofered in venezuela may have had it origin during the 18th century, with the influence of simón rodriguez and his disciple simón bolívar. between them, the conservationist decrees were drafted between 1825 and 1828. during the 20th century, a legal framework is created to channel the process, but at the same time had more political undertones than that of real environmental education. the environmental education process was written into article 107 of the constitution of the bolivarian republic of venezuela and it is finally proven that environmental education defines and characterized national identity and latin american culture.
Disfunción Eréctil: Abordaje y Manejo del Paciente
Camacho,JH;
Revista de la Facultad de Medicina , 2002,
Abstract: considering the erectile dysfuntion as a condition that affect half the male population in the usa and other countries, including venezuela, and notably diminush the quality of life of the patient and his partner, a review of specilized literature about this subject was made, emphatizing on the most actual aspects about international and national epidemiology, associated risk factors, clinical approach and complementary tests, and therapeutic options (oral therapy: sildenafil, phentolamine; intracavernosal therapy: alprostadil; vaccum; psycotherapy, and alternative future therapy and others), seen from a primary physician point of view to primary physicians themselves, with the pourpose of divulgating the essencial knowledge about erectile dysfunction, to be applied in primary care and enhancing the quality of life of both the patient and his partner.
Los a?os sesenta: una memoria personal
Camacho,álvaro;
Revista de Estudios Sociales , 2009,
Abstract: this article narrates the personal experiences of a colombian sociologist during the 1960s. it is an attempt to describe some of the period's most salient aspects and to relate them to the author's own experiences. it characterizes the 1960s as a period of profound social transformations in colombia and the world. colombia saw the fall of the military government and the beginning of the frente nacional, which implied the restoration of political democracy and important changes in state administration, political parties, and political practices, particularly in colombia's national university. worldwide, the decade witnessed a cultural revolution that transformed the public presence of young people. the article underlines the relationship between biography and social processes as a basic component of sociology.
The Contingency Contrast Model: an explanatory alternative
Camacho, Isaac;
Revista mexicana de análisis de la conducta , 2009,
Abstract: the present paper is a theoretic proposal in the field of experimental psychology. its objective is to present the contingency contrast model (ccm) as an explanatory alternative for the study of conditional discrimination learning. the general notion of a model is discussed as well as the epistemic properties which a model must have in order to be a candidate in the set of explanatory models in the field of conditional discrimination. the epistemic properties discussed here are: a) empirical inclusiveness; b) predictability; and c) heuristic capacity, all of which are proven given procedures, effects, and empirical exploration possibilities in the study of conditional discrimination learning. finally, given this demonstration of the epistemic properties of the ccm it is presented as an explanatory alternative in the field of conditional discrimination.
Realcompactification and repleteness of Wallman spaces
James Camacho
International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences , 1993, DOI: 10.1155/s016117129300064x
Abstract: The extension of bounded lattice continuous functions on an arbitrary set X to the set of lattice regular zero-one measures on an algebra generated by a lattice (a Wallman-type space) is investigated.
On maximal measures with respect to a lattice
James Camacho
International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences , 1991, DOI: 10.1155/s0161171291000091
Abstract: Outer measures are used to obtain measures that are maximal with respect to a normal lattice. Alternate proofs are then given extending the measure theoretic characterizations of a normal lattice to an arbitrary, non-negative finitely additive measure on the algebra generated by the lattice. Finally these general results are used to consider -smooth measures with respect to the lattice when further conditions on the lattice hold.
Etnocentrismo, racismo y miedo: los indígenas y los incultos en Martí
Jorge Camacho
Cromohs (Firenze) , 2010,
Abstract: In the following article I return to the idea of ethnicity and liberalism in Latin America during the last part of the 19th century. I also discuss Martí’s view of the Indians after 1885, when his chronicles were fueled by the rhetoric of pro-indigenous groups such as the Friends of Indians Association. I propose to look at other ways in which Martí’s ethnocentric view of culture and race intertwined with his agenda of “defending” the Indians, especially in his essay “Nuestra América.” For that purpose I retrace some of my previous arguments and discuss other essays that have recently elaborated on Martí’s “other side”, the one that imposes on the Indians his own liberal agenda, and the vision of modernity that the elites were constructing in Latin America at the end of 19th century. In my previous articles I discussed Martí’s chronicles on the Guatemalan, Mexican and American Indians and here I will focus on the similarities between the positivists in Mexico and Martí’s emphasis on “scientific politics” as well as his fear that those that were at the lowest level of society could one day revolt against the republic and destroy the justice “accumulated in books.” For books symbolized for Martí the “lettered elite”, those that had power and exercised it to their own advantage. He talked about this fear in Mexico, and in his most famous essay he returned to it again with a somewhat different perspective, but still with the conviction that within a democracy everything could be solved and a revolt from the “unlettered” masses was not justified. I argue that even if “Nuestra América” meant a more positive view of the “Indian problem”, Martí still considers the Indians, the “gauchos” and the rest of the “incultos” as a threat. They were the natural ally of the “caudillos” that ruled for so long Latin America, charismatic caudillos such as Juan Manuel de Rosas.
Los a os sesenta: una memoria personal.
álvaro Camacho.
Revista de Estudios Sociales , 2009,
Abstract: This article narrates the personal experiences of a Colombian sociologist during the 1960s. It is an attempt to describe some of the period’s most salient aspects and to relate them to the author’s own experiences. It characterizes the 1960s as a period of profound social transformations in Colombia and the world. Colombia saw the fall of the military government and the beginning of the Frente Nacional, which implied the restoration of political democracy and important changes in state administration, political parties, and political practices, particularly in Colombia’s National University. Worldwide, the decade witnessed a cultural revolution that transformed the public presence of young people. The article underlines the relationship between biography and social processes as a basic component of sociology.
CETIH: Historia contada a tres voces/CETIH: A Story Told by Three People
Laura Camacho
Revista de Ingeniería , 2011,
Abstract: Una vez más la Revista de Ingeniería se propone recordar un hito para la ingeniería colombiana que se gestó en la Universidad de los Andes. Pero, esta vez, la historia será contada a tres voces: Carlos Angulo Galvis, Fabio Castrellón y Juan Saldarriaga. Tres nombres que determinaron el origen, transformación y desaparición del Centro de Estudios Técnicos e Investigaciones Hidráulicas, más conocido como CETIH; siglas que aún hacen eco en la memoria de algunos de nuestros lectores.
Editorial.
álvaro Camacho
Revista de Estudios Sociales , 2003,
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