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Nikola Tesla’s contributions to radio developments
Marin?i? Aleksandar,CivriZorica,Milovanovi? Bratislav
Serbian Journal of Electrical Engineering , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/sjee0603131m
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Family and marital affairs in 19th century Serbia
Divac Zorica
Glasnik Etnografskog Instituta SANU , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/gei0654219d
Abstract: Ethnology, as a science, continues to dedicate very much attention to the traditional culture of Serbian 19th century villages. In the past, material culture with all of the disappearing, relic artifacts no longer in use was in the focus of the science. A large amount of data was gathered, on the population origins, migrations, beliefs, rituals, social institutions such as cooperative associations and so on. In spite of these data, ethnology today has no detailed knowledge on life of Serbian 19th century villages especially there is a gap in our knowledge on family life in the first half of the 19th century. Family researches, such as ethnologists, sociologists and particularly those that deal with transformations, in their analyses use as a variable the so-called patriarchal-traditional model of the family. The model assumes: extended or cooperative family, stable and directed toward maintaining family ties and property; divorce is rare since the marriage itself is founded on duties toward family group and deference for a husband or father; the family is tied down to its land and family ties with male lineage are encouraged, and so on. In the first half of the 19th century however, Serbia was the battle-field of political turmoil, rebellion fights and huge social changes and general attitude of instability, migrations arguments, Turkish aggression, and frequent governmental changes, which brought about disturbance in patriarchal system, customs and regulations. Archival sources from the period reveal that courts were very busy dealing with cases of family and marital issues. It is evident that the regulations were put forward to enhance family solidity through marriage and family stability. Several available examples show "a dark side" of the Serbian family life of the period; today, it is not possible to establish the degree to which the family transformed itself from a patriarchal to a more liberated one.
Breeding of maize types with specific traits at the Maize Research Institute, Zemun Polje
Paji? Zorica
Genetika , 2007, DOI: 10.2298/gensr0702169p
Abstract: Maize is primarily grown as an energy crop, but the use of different specific versions, such as high-oil maize, high-lysine maize, waxy maize, white-seeded maize, popping maize and sweet maize, is quite extensive. Speciality maize, due to its traits and genetic control of these traits, requires a particular attention in handling breeding material during the processes of breeding. It is especially related to prevention of uncontrolled pollination. In order to provide successful selection for a certain trait, the following specific procedures in evaluation of the trait are necessary: the estimation of a popping volume and flake quality in popping maize; the determination of sugars and harvest maturity in sweet maize; the determination of oil in selected samples of high-oil maize types, and so forth. Breeding programmes for speciality maize, except high-amylose maize, have been implemented at the Maize Research Institute, Zemun Polje, Belgrade, for the last 45 years. A great number of high-yielding sweet maize hybrids, popping maize, high-oil and high-lysine, flint and white-seeded maize hybrids were developed during this 45-year period. Auspicious selection and breeding for these traits is facilitated by the abundant genetic variability and technical and technological possibilities necessary for successful selection.
Medicine for children: The European initiative in the regulation of new drugs and clinical studies
?ivkovi? Zorica
Srpski Arhiv za Celokupno Lekarstvo , 2007, DOI: 10.2298/sarh0712686z
Abstract: Over the last two years, a special field named the "Medicine for Children" has been intensively developed. It is particularly significant for professionals, parents, but also for politicians and high-level officials of the European Union and its constitutive institutions: the European Health Commission and the European Council. The main idea is to make a drastic change in the attitude toward children, as the most vulnerable members of the society, namely to create the "Medicine for Children" instead of the "Medicine in Children". This short report presents the draft and ideas of the new European legislation on the application of drugs for children, performance of clinical studies in pediatric population and mandatory inclusion into the international network of scientific experts, clinical centers capable of performing studies and the already completed or ongoing clinical study registers.
An ethnological look at the issue of prolonged adolescence
Divac Zorica
Glasnik Etnografskog Instituta SANU , 2009, DOI: 10.2298/gei0902123d
Abstract: In our environment there exists a special kind of intergenerational connectedness within the family in the form of a strong commitment of the parents to support their children in the course of their entire life (financial assistance, paying for education, providing for housing/shared housing, attending to and care of offspring). The Socialist system had recognized this role of the family and the social care was directed towards the family (allocation of flats according to the number of members of the household, cheap holidays for employee families provided by trade unions etc) In the turbulent times of the post-socialist period, social care and safety from the previous Socialist system vanished. The family became the most important and only source of support for young people. This led to so-called extended childhood or delayed growing up, which is expanding so as to involve increasingly more generations and age groups, including even persons from 16 to 35 years of age.
Zorica Antic
Acta Facultatis Medicae Naissensis , 2009,
Abstract: The students at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Nis have specific demands for English. They have a desire to publish medical articles in respected journals, they want to participate in international conferences and practice abroad. Having this in mind, we have concluded that an analysis of the structure and style of medical research papers and teaching scientific medical writing to students are very useful.Intercommunication, which means reading and publishing articles, getting involved in research, participating in conferences, following new improvements, is the imperative device for the self-development of a doctor.
An Outline of EMP Course Design
Zorica Anti?
Acta Facultatis Medicae Naissensis , 2012,
Abstract: Society is now at a stage at which it is possible to obtain information about almost anything within a very short period of time. Such a situation requires the usage of one language for mutual understanding and communication of scientific, technological and academic information among different linguistic groups within a multilinguistic community. English has become the common language of international experts in a wide range of subjects, including medicine. Courses in ESP focus on the specific vocabulary and the unique language skills those in a given field are likely to require.The overall goal of the English in Medicine course at the Faculty of Medicine in Ni is to improve the proficiency of the learners and inevitably comprises the discoursal, grammatical and sociolinguistic competence and performance depending on the four linguistic skills.
Analysis of Student¢s Errors in English for Medical Purposes
Zorica Anti?
Acta Facultatis Medicae Naissensis , 2010,
Abstract: Medical students need to be aware not only of their present and future needs during the course of medical English but also of difficulties and problems they possess concerning the knowledge of general English. The aim of the study was to collect and analyze students’ errors as markers that would point to the areas of English where additional teaching and instruction is needed in order to be able to participate in the course of medical English. The study was carried out in 2009 at the Faculty of Medicine in Ni and included 200 second-year medical students. It relies on data obtained from grammar-based placement test and from conversations with the students. Although an intermediate level of general English is necessary for participating in the course of medical English, the results show that there are areas of language which present problems to the students and need to be particularly emphasized and practiced. Students’ errors and comments on their problems may serve as useful diagnostic markers. Using these data, along with information obtained in direct communication with the students, the teachers may develop a plan which would help broaden the knowledge and enable the students to become more confident in professional communication in English. It is very important and useful to take advantage of the medical context because it presents a source of great motivation for the students.
Zorica Antic
Acta Facultatis Medicae Naissensis , 2007,
Abstract: The paper presents the arguments that speak in favor of using a typical medical interview in the process of teaching English for Medical Purposes. First of all, such a method is closely in line with the much acclaimed method of content- based learning that bears special relevance for teaching and learning English for Specific Purposes in general. Furthermore, it allows for active involvement of students in a number of ways, they find themselves in the area of expertise they are familiar with, and, simultaneously, are in a position to practice both their medical knowledge and their English skills. It is highly student-centered and student-oriented method, as it gives them full initiative to direct the teaching/learning process. What is more, they gain insight into social and communicative skills that are of utmost importance for their practice, but which they hardly ever study or practice in other subjects during their studies.
The concept of masculinity in Freud's theory of culture
Tomi? Zorica
Theoria, Beograd , 2009, DOI: 10.2298/theo0901077t
Abstract: This paper stresses out the concept of 'masculinity', as the functional for Freud's theory of culture. The traditional dichotomy between the nature and the culture, which is based upon the difference between femininity and masculinity, is used in Freud's work as the fact that confirms the 'origin of culture' as the masculine enterprise. Focused on Freud's theory of instincts this paper shows off that this theory interprets man as the only possible subject of culture.
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