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Integrated care for the complex medically ill
Debbie Kralik
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2007,
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Guma, nobre cavaleiro do mar, e a lusitanidade mítica em Mar Morto =Guma, noble knight of the sea and the mythical lusitanidade in Mar Morto
Angelini, Paulo Ricardo Kralik
Letras de Hoje , 2011,
Abstract: Mar Morto, um dos textos mais representativos do escritor Jorge Amado, reatualiza importantes mitos de tradi o lusitana, percebidos por Gilbert Durand, e apresenta um personagem que corporifica os ideais de uma lusitanidade mítica, através de seu caráter guerreiro. Guma, o marítimo mais popular de Amado, traz em sua trajetória uma conduta heroica digna do imaginário cavalheiresco. Sujeito predestinado, que n o se conforma com os limites impostos, Guma carrega com ele uma audácia do impossível que o faz ser escolhido pela deusa Iemanjá, sua fiel protetora. Ao Galaaz da Bahia, em diálogo com A Demanda do Santo Graal, será destinado um lugar heroico no imaginário do povo do cais: o salvador oculto que um dia retornará. Mar Morto, one of the most representative texts by writer Jorge Amado, updates important myths of the Lusitanian tradition, as pointed out by Gilbert Durand, and features a character who is the embodiment of the ideals of a mythical lusitanidade, through his warrior attributes. Guma, Jorge Amado’s most popular sailor, brings in its path a heroic conduct worthy of the imaginary knighthood. Guma is a predestined character, who does not conform to the limits imposed. He carries with him an impossible audacity, which makes him being chosen by the goddess Yemanjá, his faithful protectress. This Galaaz from Bahia, in dialogue with the A Demanda do Santo Graal, will be allocated a heroic place in the imagination of the people of the docks: the mystic savior who will return one day.
CARNOSINE CONTENT AND MUSCLE OXIDATIVE STABILITY OF MALE AND FEMALE BROILER CHICKENS
Gordana Kralik,Helga Medi?,Nives Maru?i?,Zlata Kralik
Poljoprivreda (Osijek) , 2011,
Abstract: Carnosine is a dipeptide with antioxidative effects in broiler muscles. Its anti-ageing effect has also been determined recently, which is especially important for human health and vitality preservation. The research investigated concentration of carnosine in breast and thigh muscles of Cobb 500 broilers. It was carried out on 20 male and female broilers that were conventionally fattened for 42 days. Carnosine concentrations and TBARS values were measured on fresh breast and thigh muscles with respect to broiler sex. Content of carnosine was slightly higher in female broiler breast muscles than in male’s (1079.85 : 1012.66 μg/g tissue; P>0.05). Female broiler thigh muscle tissue also contained higher carnosine values than male’s (464.69 : 404.97 μg/g tissue; P>0.05). The research proved that carnosine was more deposited in breast muscle tissue than in thigh muscle tissue, regardless of broiler sex. Lipid peroxidation products measured as TBARS values (mg MDA/kg tissue) did not statistically differ according to broiler sex or muscle type (P>0.05). Further research needs to be directed towards control of peroxidation products during meat storage.
ENRICHMENT OF POULTRY PRODUCTS WITH FUNCTIONAL INGREDIENTS
Gordana Kralik,Zlata Kralik,Manuela Gr?evi?,Zoran ?krti?
Poljoprivreda (Osijek) , 2012,
Abstract: Primary role of food is to provide nutritive stuffs in sufficient amounts to meet nutritive requirements. However, recent scientific findings confirm assumptions that particular food or its ingredients had positive physiological and psychological effects on health. Functional food is referred to food rich in ingredients, having beneficial effects on one or more functions in an organism. By consuming functional food consumers can expect some health benefits. Production of poultry products as functional food is getting more important on foreign markets while portion of such products on domestic food market is insignificant. The aim of this paper is to present possibilities for enrichment of poultry products, such as broiler and turkey meat and chicken eggs, as they can be characterized as functional food. Functional ingredients in poultry products are polyunsaturated fatty acids (LNA, EPA and DHA) and antioxidants. Enrichment of poultry products with the stated ingredients that are beneficial for human health is subject of many researches, and only recently have researches been directed towards assessment of market sustainability of such products.
Performative(s) Gemeinwesen Performing Communit(y)ies Representando comunidad(es)
Debbie Horsfall
Forum : Qualitative Social Research , 2008,
Abstract: In diesem Beitrag erz hle ich die Geschichte einer Gruppe von Gemeindemitarbeiter/innen, Aktivist/innen und Akademiker/innen, die im Rahmen eines partizipativen Forschungsansatzes zuzammengekommen sind, um "erfolgreiche Geschichten von Differenz und Widerstand" zu untersuchen. Anschlie end an ein Konzept des "Wandels von den R ndern" befassten wir uns mit und sammelten wir lokale Erz hlungen von Hoffnung und von erfolgreichem, allt glichem Widerstand. Wir taten dies, indem wir uns Geschichten erz hlten, einander zuh rten, Spa miteinander hatten, lachten, a en und kreativ waren – um so unsere Erfolge und unser solidarisches Miteinander zu zelebrieren, zu dokumentieren, zu analysieren und für andere sichtbar zu machen. Nach fünf Jahren kamen ca. 40 Personen zusammen, um eine erste creative community conference in den Blue Mountains (Neusüdwales, Australien) zu planen und zu organisieren. Im Zuge dieser gemeinsamen Arbeit entstand dann auch eine creative reflective writing group, die an WINTER, BUCK und SOBIECHOWSKAs (1999) Konzept der patchwork texts und RICHARDSONs (2000) writing as inquiry als theoretische und methodologische Grundlage der eigenen Arbeit anschloss. Im Verlauf von Gespr chen mit dem (statt über das) Publikum entwickelte diese Gruppe ein Drehbuch (AMBLER et al. 2002) für ein Stück, das bei bisher vier Konferenzen aufgeführt wurde. In diesem Beitrag befasse ich mich mit dieser Gruppe und ihrer Arbeit, dem Drehbuch und dessen Aufführungen, als Beispiel für eine performative Sozialwissenschaft in Aktion. Ich behandle dabei auch theoretische Fragen z.B. nach der geschichtlichen Perspektive einer performativen Sozialwissenschaft als performative Ethnografie. Dies scheint mir insbesondere wichtig, da wir als Sozialwissenschaftler/innen an einer "zukunftsorientierten Forschung" interessiert sind, deren Arbeiten zugleich klar und an Ver nderung orientiert sein und die Welt nicht nur beschreiben sollten (DENZIN 2000, S.915). URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0802573 This paper tells the story of a group of community workers, activists and academics who came together, in a participatory inquiry, to explore "good news stories of difference and resistance". Using an organising principle of social change from the margins we engaged in, and collected, local stories of hope, ordinary resistances and success. Using simple strategies such as story telling, purposeful listening, fun, laughter, food and creativity we sought to celebrate, document, analyse and make visible our successes and nurture each other. After five years 40 people came together to plan and host
The Field of Play in music therapy education
Debbie Carroll
Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy , 2010,
Abstract: In this paper, I illustrate how the Field of Play model, developed by Carolyn Kenny (1989) as a guide for the theory and practice of music therapy, can also serve as a model for educational practice. Descriptions of each of the fields that comprise this model - aesthetic, musical space, field of play, ritual, a particular state of consciousness, power and creative process - provide a springboard for reflecting on my role as a music therapy educator in sowing a Field of Play with my students. I also discuss some of the theoretical and philosophical ideas that inform my work. I conclude with some ‘food’ for thought, including a list of questions for reflection aimed at inspiring you, the reader, to begin, or continue, reflecting on the assumptions, theories and values that inform your work as music therapy clinician, educator and/or researcher.
Telecentres and the provision of community based access to electronic information in everyday life in the UK
Debbie Ellen
Information Research: an international electronic journal , 2003,
Abstract: This paper presents research undertaken for a PhD between 1997 and 2000 in the United Kingdom. The study explored three themes, the use of electronic information in everyday life, the use of telecentres by local communities in everyday life and community involvement strategies in the design, development and implementation of telecentres. Results led to development of a framework to inform future community based ICT initiatives. The findings and methods used to analyse the data are relevant to both future study of community based ICT initiatives and the broader areas of information seeking, information seeking behaviour and user needs. Consequently, it is hoped they will be used by other researchers wishing to take a qualitative approach when studying in these areas. This paper will report findings relating to the use of electronic information in everyday life, setting these findings within the context of the whole study. The full PhD thesis is available on-line.
Small Space, Big Ideas: The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology
Debbie Challis
Archaeology International , 2011, DOI: 10.5334/ai.1310
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Creating Voices: Ancient to Modern at the Petrie Museum
Debbie Challis
Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies , 2012, DOI: 10.5334/jcms.1011205
Abstract: How do you voice the ancient past? How do you speak a language, the pronunciation of which is contested? Can animate objects speak and if they could, what stories would they tell? Who has the right to make those decisions? Here I argue that understanding more about ‘voices’ in the museum can assist us with exploring that nebulous ‘in-between’ space, the space between the story of the object as presented by the museum and the object as perceived by the visitor, rather than simply directing an interpretation narrative.
Technical Evaluation Report 34: Growing Virtual Communities
Debbie Garber
International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning , 2004,
Abstract: As online collaborative technologies become easier to use, an increasing range of “virtual communities” are being established, often for educational purposes. This report stresses that an efficient technology is only part of the process underlying a successful online community. It considers the social process on which an online learning community must be founded if it is to flourish and be useful. Definitions of community, learning community, and virtual learning community are reviewed, and the experience of an online community member is discussed. The importance of nurturing the community’s health, and the natural life cycle of a virtual community, are examined.
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