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Las estructuras del mundo de la vida moderno frente a la globalización. Una lectura desde las sociologías de J. Habermas y A. Giddens
Federico J. Paladino
Papeles del CEIC , 2011,
Abstract: En este artículo expondremos reconstructivamente, y deforma articulada, el modo en el que las sociologías deJu rgen Habermas y Anthony Giddens conceptualizan lasconsecuencias que sobre las formas de vida modernasestán provocando los actuales procesos de globalización.Más precisamente, se trata de entender la conformaciónde la sociedad global como una radicalización del procesode racionalización moderno y, desde esta perspectiva,analizar cómo el funcionamiento -ahora global- de lossistemas funcionales habilita nuevas modalidades deinteracción y presenta nuevos desafíos a los tipos deintegración social que han alcanzado las sociedadesmodernas. / In this article we will discuss reconstructively and articulately,the way in which the sociologies of Ju rgenHabermas and Anthony Giddens conceptualize theimpact that above modern lifestyles are causing currentprocesses of globalization. More precisely, itcomes to understanding the formation of global societyas a radicalization of modern rationalization process,and, from this perspective, analyze how the operation–now global- of functional systems enable new forms ofinteraction and presents new challenges to the types ofsocial integration that have reached modern societies.
Sociedad y comunidad: dialéctica entre totalidad e interrupción.Un esbozo de articulación a contramano del sentido común sociológico
Federico J. Paladino
Nómadas , 2011,
Abstract: Este trabajo intenta presentar, exponer y articular críticamente, dos perspectivas (filosófica una, etnológica otra) que rebasan y desafían el marco tradicional (teórico y político) con el que el discurso sociológico clásico ha conceptualizado las nociones de comunidad y sociedad y su mutua imbricación histórica. En los primeros apartados nos ocuparemos de exponer detalladamente aquello que, desde su orientación deconstructiva, Jean Luc Nancy entiende por "Comunidad inoperante". Aunque en sus resultados dicha elaboración se presente absolutamente contraintuitiva para el sentido común sociológico, se hará notar, a su vez, de qué manera esta perspectiva podría ser remitida a ciertas problemáticas que pertenecen al núcleo actual de la teoría sociológica contemporánea. Los restantes apartados, en donde se inicia verdaderamente la tensión crítica, observarán cómo es posible desde el planteamiento filosófico de Nancy insinuar una convergencia teórica con aquella línea de investigación de orientación etnológica que describe la relación comunitaria desde una gramática que gira en torno a la noción de lo sagrado y su contenido de violencia asociado. Sobre este último complejo teórico se destacarán las nociones de liminalidad y communitas elaboradas por el antropólogo británico Victor Turner para redefinir la relación entre la comunidad y la sociedad desde una perspectiva genuinamente dialéctica y derivar desde allí algunas consideraciones en torno a lo político.
PANDA: A Multipurpose Integral Test Facility for LWR Safety Investigations
Domenico Paladino,J?rg Dreier
Science and Technology of Nuclear Installations , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/239319
Abstract: The PANDA facility is a large scale, multicompartmental thermal hydraulic facility suited for investigations related to the safety of current and advanced LWRs. The facility is multipurpose, and the applications cover integral containment response tests, component tests, primary system tests, and separate effect tests. Experimental investigations carried on in the PANDA facility have been embedded in international projects, most of which under the auspices of the EU and OECD and with the support of a large number of organizations (regulatory bodies, technical dupport organizations, national laboratories, electric utilities, industries) worldwide. The paper provides an overview of the research programs performed in the PANDA facility in relation to BWR containment systems and those planned for PWR containment systems. 1. Introduction The research programs performed in the PANDA facility are devoted to improving safety and economics of current (Generation II) as well as more advanced (Generation III) LWR types. Past and ongoing programs performed in PANDA are listed in Table 1, while photos of the PANDA facility are shown in Figure 1. In Table 1, the project investigating LWR containment is marked in grey, whereas projects devoted to produce data on separate effects with high safety relevance are marked in white. The facility has been initially built and used in a consortium between PSI and (Electric Power Research Institute) EPRI/(General Electric) GE to study the passive decay heat removal systems and containment response for the Simplified boiling water reactor (SBWR). Later the PANDA facility was used for investigations related to the (passive containment cooling system) PCCS of the ESBWR (Economic/European SBWR) (Figure 2, Section 3.2) in the framework of the European Union (EU) 4th Framework Program (FWP) TEPSS Project [1]. The SBWR/ESBWR containments are represented in the PANDA facility by six cylindrical vessels and four condensers immersed in four water pools. In the EU 4th FWP IPSS project, in the PANDA facility have been performed investigations related to the Building Condenser of the SWR1000 (AREVA design) [2]. With the OECD/ISP42 program, a specific test consisting of six phases has been performed and analyzed in the PANDA facility to study the PCCS performance in very challenging situations. In the EU 5th FWP TEMPEST project, experimental investigations in the PANDA facility focused on the effects of noncondensable light gas (as hydrogen) on the PCCS performance [3], and, in the EU 5th FWP NACUSP project, the investigations in the PANDA
Educación superior indígena en Brasil. Políticas gubernamentales y demandas indígenas: diálogos y tensiones
Paladino, Mariana;
Desacatos , 2010,
Abstract: the aim of this article is to offer an overview of the current situation of indigenous higher education in brazil, focusing on recent governmental policies regarding the promotion or support to the access and permanence of indigenous people in this educational level, and on initiatives of some public universities. it also puts forward a concise characterization of indigenous students' demands, and the sense that higher education has for them.
Notes on access conditions and permanence of indigenous peoples in Brazilian higher education
Mariana Paladino
Práxis Educativa , 2012,
Abstract: Current investigation presents an overview of the situation of indigenous higher education in Brazil, with special focus on policies implemented by the Brazilian government and on affirmative action programs for indigenous students by government universities. Foregrounded on field records and research, access conditions and permanence of indigenous students in Brazilian university are investigated. Students' demands, their main difficulties and experiences within the university context are also described and analyzed. The essay endeavors to be a contribution on a still unexplored field in indigenous education and schooling, which has become an important issue within the indigenous movement although it still lacks serious analytical reflection.
Una fabula de amor: Nazareno Cruz y el lobo (Las palomas y los gritos)
Paladino, Diana
Arbor : Ciencia, Pensamiento y Cultura , 2003,
Abstract: El exceso como estilo. En un conocido ensayo sobre Casablanca, Umberto Eco dice: Cuando la elección de lo aceptado es limitada, se obtiene un film amanerado, de serie, o incluso kitsch. Pero cuando de lo aceptado se utiliza verdaderamente todo, lo que se logra es una arquitectura como la Sagrada Familia de Gaudí. Se logra el vértigo, se roza la genialidad Esto es, en cierto modo, lo que ocurre con Nazareno Cruz y el lobo. Un film desbordante, apasionado, pleno. Una historia que avanza a borbotones, una puesta en escena estridente, un relato construido por momentos (en algunos casos, gloriosos; en otros, no tanto). Nazareno es una suerte de pastiche que conjura símbolos y mitos, folclore y religión, el bien y el mal. Es todo lo contrario de lo que se podría entender como una obra acabada, homogénea, perfecta.
Ritos de Civiliza o e Cultura: a escola bakairi
Mariana Paladino
Avá : Revista de Antropología , 2007,
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AUDIT IN THE OFFICIAL CONTROL OF APPROVED PLANTS
E. Paladino
Italian Journal of Food Safety , 2013, DOI: 10.4081/ijfs.2009.6.57
Abstract: The UE 882/04 Regulation has changed the approach of the official control on food business. The audit as a monitoring tool responds to a logic of making a less frequent but more global check and reported not only to what is possible to verify at the time but also to the system put in place by companies to prevent and manage hazards and risks. This study analyzes the results of an audit program implemented in 2008 to control approved plants assessing through numerical indicators the activity, the efficiency and the effectiveness. To this end a comparison with the monitoring data on the same plants made in 2005, has been done in order to evaluate the possible differences in results due to the use of audit as a monitoring tool. The results show a good degree of implementation of the program and a good effectiveness, assessed by the number of Non-Compliance detected. Compared to 2005 it results the increased effectiveness of control and the reduced number of used hours is evident.
Scientific publications about DNA structure-function and PCR technique in Costa Rica: A historic view (1953-2003)
Albertazzi,Federico J;
Revista de Biología Tropical , 2004,
Abstract: the spreading of knowledge depends on the access to the information and its immediate use. models are useful to explain specific phenomena. the scientific community accepts some models in biology after a period of time, once it has evidence to support it. the model of the structure and function of the dna proposed by watson & crick (1953) was not the exception, since a few years later the dna model was finally accepted. in costa rica, dna function was first mentioned in 1970, in the magazine biología tropical (tropical biology magazine), more than 15 years after its first publication in a scientific journal. an opposite situation occurs with technical innovations. if the efficiency of a new scientific technique is proved in a compelling way, then the acceptance by the community comes swiftly. this was the case of the polymerase chain reaction, or pcr. the first pcr machine in costa rica arrived in 1991, only three years after its publication. rev. biol. trop. 52(3): 417-421. epub 2004 dic 15.
Scientific publications about DNA structure-function and PCR technique in Costa Rica: A historic view (1953-2003)
Federico J Albertazzi
Revista de Biología Tropical , 2004,
Abstract: The spreading of knowledge depends on the access to the information and its immediate use. Models are useful to explain specific phenomena. The scientific community accepts some models in Biology after a period of time, once it has evidence to support it. The model of the structure and function of the DNA proposed by Watson & Crick (1953) was not the exception, since a few years later the DNA model was finally accepted. In Costa Rica, DNA function was first mentioned in 1970, in the magazine Biología Tropical (Tropical Biology Magazine), more than 15 years after its first publication in a scientific journal. An opposite situation occurs with technical innovations. If the efficiency of a new scientific technique is proved in a compelling way, then the acceptance by the community comes swiftly. This was the case of the polymerase chain reaction, or PCR. The first PCR machine in Costa Rica arrived in 1991, only three years after its publication. Rev. Biol. Trop. 52(3): 417-421. Epub 2004 Dic 15. La diseminación del conocimiento depende de la disponibilidad de la información y aplicar dicha información para resolver una problema. Los modelos sirvan para explicar fenómenos determinados. En Biología los modelos son aceptados por la comunidad científica después de cierto tiempo si ha probado su validez y reconocido la evidencia para apoyar dicho modelo. El modelo estructural y función de la molécula de ADN propuesto por Watson y Crick (1953) no fue la excepción pues tardó varios a os en ser completamente aceptado por la comunidad científica. En Costa Rica la primera publicación relacionada con la función del ADN fue en la Revista Biología Tropical fue en 1970, más de 15 a os después de ser propuesta. La situación contraria se presenta cuando son innovaciones técnicas. Si la eficiencia es demostrada, rápidamente se incorpora dentro de la comunidad. Este fue el caso de la reacción en cadena de la polimerasa, abreviado en inglés como "PCR". La primera máquina de "PCR" llegó a Costa Rica en 1991, tan solo tres a os después de la publicación de la técnica.
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