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Human Rights in the Context of Criminal Justice: A Study of Urban Crime  [PDF]
Randriamihanta Jery Elis, Yideng Liu
Open Journal of Political Science (OJPS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojps.2018.83022
Abstract: Urban areas are known by their facilities and enhanced opportunities of living and employment. With the availing all the facilities, many serious issues have emerged due to urbanization in developing countries. The most highlighted problems include security and crime in urban areas in developing countries. This paper is aimed to focus on the urban crime, the reasons behind the crime happened, the major indicators of crimes and what is the city response and what policy should be developed by police and society. To achieve the objective of this research secondary data was used. With the help of literature crime indicators were explored and explained well in this research. Eight countries were analyzed with the help of literature to check the overall crime situation there. Crime in those all eight countries was low to high level. It is in alarming in some areas of Africa and other developing countries. Study showed crime is increasing from last three years which is high. In any society urban crime prevails it created unsafe environment, threaten to lives, threaten to belonging and has impact on life quality and economy of the country. Law force agencies must be empowered and well equipped to control the situation. Its government responsibilities to create employment opportunities for youth so that they cannot engage into illegal activities.
Disease, religion and medicine: smallpox in nineteenth-century Benin
Soumonni, Elisée;
História, Ciências, Saúde-Manguinhos , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-59702012000500003
Abstract: the essay examines, with special reference to smallpox, the perception and interpretation of disease in pre-colonial dahomey, present-day republic of benin. because disease is seen primarily as a punishment from the gods and not just as a medical problem or a bodily disorder, traditional cult priests play a leading role in making diagnoses and prescribing remedies, mostly based on medicinal plants. the prominence of sakpata, god of smallpox, coupled with the influence of its priests is evaluated within the context of dahomey's political history and the spread of the disease. this pivotal position was to constitute a challenge to the french colonial campaign to vaccinate against smallpox.
Trilhando caminhos: a resistência dos camponeses no Ceará em busca de sua liberta o. = Treading roads: the farmers’ resistance in Ceará in search of his Liberation.
Elis Dener Lima Alves
Agro@mbiente On-line , 2010,
Abstract: Esta tese buscou reconstruir os caminhos que os camponeses no Ceará têm percorrido como resistência à expropria o, analisando que nesse processo o que estava em jogo, era luta pela reprodu o de uma condi o de vida assentada na autonomia, controle e administra o do trabalho e do fruto do trabalho,como parte dos valores que comp em os significados da condi o camponesa. Neste trabalho analisouse como se deu o processo de mobiliza o dos: camponeses no interior dos latifúndios buscando entender como os moradores de condi o resolveram resistir e lutar contra uma domina o que parecia cristalizada, e quais as estratégias utilizadas nesse processo para passar das lutas pelos direitos para a luta pela permanência e conquista da terra e posteriormente pela organiza o baseado nas práticas da ocupa o/acampamento/assentamento. Analisou também, a realidade concreta dos assentamentos/assentados, destacando as formas de apropria o da terra e a organiza o das unidades de produ o e trabalho enquanto caminho pensado pelos camponeses/assentados, ou seja, analisou-se como se deu a apropria o dessa fra o do território. A compreens o das formas de organiza o e resistência dos camponeses assentados levou a compreens o que estes superaram a domina o a que estavam submetidos apontando para a forma o da consciência de classe.
Ilha de Calor ou Ilha Térmica: um conceito aberto à discuss o
Elis Dener Lima Alves
Revista Espa?o Acadêmico , 2010,
Abstract: As cidades podem ser entendidas como organiza es estritamente humanas, nas quais o homem atua com toda a sua for a e plenitude, transformando a natureza em fun o de suas necessidades. Com isso, o homem elegeu a cidade como sua morada e a cada ano que passa o número de pessoas nelas vem crescendo vertiginosamente. Esses grandes aglomerados urbanos acabam criando um verdadeiro clima urbano gerado através da interferência dos fatores que se processam sobre a camada de limite urbano e que agem alterando o clima em escala local. Cria-se ent o anomalias na temperatura e na umidade, sendo as “ilhas de calor” (ilhas térmicas) o fen meno mais representativo dessas modifica es.
MENDON A, F.; DANNI-OLIVEIRA, I. M. Climatologia: no es básicas e climas do Brasil. S o Paulo: Oficina de Texto, 2007. 206 p.
ELIS DENER LIMA ALVES
Revista Sociedade & Natureza , 2010,
Abstract: Com o intuito de encerrar a carência de uma obra escrita por pesquisadores brasileiros, que tivesse maior enfoque nas características da atmosfera do país, foi que Mendon a e Danni-Oliveira elaboraram o livro: Climatologia: No es básicas e climas do Brasil.
Ecologia da ictiofauna de um córrego de cabeceira da bacia do alto rio Paraná, Brasil
Lemes, Elis Mara;Garutti, Valdener;
Iheringia. Série Zoologia , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0073-47212002000300007
Abstract: ecological studies were conducted in the ichthyofauna of cedro, a small headwater stream located in a degraded area of state of s?o paulo, brazil, situated in the upper paraná river basin. these are the results of two non-consecutive years observations and collections in two biotopes of that stream: a pool and a rapid. the ecological characteristics studied change in space and time. the present richness of species is high (21 species), nine of which are constant, six accessory and six accidental. the diversity is low (0.69 to 2.38), and the numeric predominance, from one to three species, occurred in both biotopes. the most frequent species are poecilia reticulata (peters, 1859) (28.1%), corydoras cf. aeneus (gill, 1858) (20.3%) and hypostomus cf. ancistroides (ihering, 1911) (19.8%). the density ranges from 0.7 to 19.8 specimens/m3. the similarity index indicates high similarity between the ichthyofauna (45.0% to 95.0%) inside the same or contiguous biotopes. the evenness (0.46 to 1.0) is comparable to those found in similar studies carried out in other streams.
INCOMING TOURISM IN TRANSNISTRIA
Delia BAR-KO?ELIS
Geographia Napocensis , 2011,
Abstract: Incoming tourism is a valuable source of revenues, creating jobs and bringing wealth, whilst contributing to a sustainable development in a widely range of areas. It is a perfect choice for developing Transnistria, with great benefits for local economy and minimum negative impact on the environment, unfortunately unexplored by population and ignored by the government. The following paper makes a short radiography of incoming tourism in Transnistria, also mentions the two main trends of incoming tourism development in Transnistria, one based on Soviet heritance and second on historical artifacts, landscape and folklore.
Ecologia da ictiofauna de um córrego de cabeceira da bacia do alto rio Paraná, Brasil
Lemes Elis Mara,Garutti Valdener
Iheringia. Série Zoologia , 2002,
Abstract: Ecological studies were conducted in the ichthyofauna of Cedro, a small headwater stream located in a degraded area of State of S o Paulo, Brazil, situated in the upper Paraná River basin. These are the results of two non-consecutive years observations and collections in two biotopes of that stream: a pool and a rapid. The ecological characteristics studied change in space and time. The present richness of species is high (21 species), nine of which are constant, six accessory and six accidental. The diversity is low (0.69 to 2.38), and the numeric predominance, from one to three species, occurred in both biotopes. The most frequent species are Poecilia reticulata (Peters, 1859) (28.1%), Corydoras cf. aeneus (Gill, 1858) (20.3%) and Hypostomus cf. ancistroides (Ihering, 1911) (19.8%). The density ranges from 0.7 to 19.8 specimens/m3. The similarity index indicates high similarity between the ichthyofauna (45.0% to 95.0%) inside the same or contiguous biotopes. The evenness (0.46 to 1.0) is comparable to those found in similar studies carried out in other streams.
A study of brackish water membrane with ultrafiltration pretreatment in Indonesia’s coastal area
Elis Hastuti,Made Widiadnyana Wardiha
Journal of Urban and Environmental Engineering , 2012,
Abstract: Water pollution and sea water intrusion to water sources in coastal areas result lack of provision safe drinking water by the drinking water regional company or coastal community. The existing water treatment plant that operated on brackish surface water or groundwater feed requires improving process. Membrane process could be a choice to treat the quality of brackish water to the level of potable water that designed to lower cost with high stabil flux and longer lifetime. This research focus on application of pilot plant of brackish water treatment using Ultrafiltration (UF) membrane-air lift system as pretreatment of Reverse Osmosis (RO) membrane-low pressure. Brackish water sources contain high colloidal and suspended solids that can cause fouling load of RO membranes and impair its performance. UF pretreatment operation tested by addition of compressed air into the feed (air lift system), resulted stable flux, reduces membrane fouling and low feed pressure. A flux of RO with UF pretreatment can produce drinking water of 30–61 L/m2 hour. It was observed, the good quality of RO permeate resulted by using a pretreatment of UF–PS (Polysulfone-UF) with total dissolved solid rejection about 96–98% and color rejection about 99–100% at 5 or 8 bars of operation pressure. This paper concludes that performance of membrane technology with UF–air lift system pretreatment and RO membrane-low pressure could be accepted as condition of brackish water source in Indonesia coastal areas in producing drinking water.
The Techniques for Appeasing the Tension between the International Criminal Court (ICC) and the African Union (AU)  [PDF]
Randriamihanta Jery Elis, Yideng Liu
Open Journal of Political Science (OJPS) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ojps.2019.94043
Abstract: The issue of cooperation between the International Criminal Court and the African continent is nowadays widely discussed. The fact that the African Union has fiercely opposed the authority of the ICC, by non-cooperation and by threatening collective withdrawal in order to create a purely African Court, this article report some techniques for appeasing the tension between these two organizations, so that the repression of international crimes can exist on the African continent. It is not only a question of presenting the efforts already made by the ICC to reduce the problem with the African Union, but also of talking about the accompanying measures of the African Union to these members to judge the person responsible for the international crimes in Africa in order to avoid the application of the principle of complementarity of the Court.
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