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Usefulness of Natural Starters in Food Industry: The Example of Cheeses and Bread  [PDF]
Demarigny Yann, Gerber Pauline
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2014.517181
Abstract: Natural starters have been extensively used for many centuries to make many different fermented food products from different raw materials: Milk, meat, roots, vegetables, etc. The industrialisation of food production at the end of the 19th century necessitated the use of regular selected starters to standardize the organoleptic characteristics of the final product. As a consequence, during the 20th century, there was a decline in the use of natural starters in Western countries except in the production of local cheeses or sourdough breads. The beginning of this new millennium has witnessed a deep change in consumer demand, in pursuit of quality, safety and pleasure. In this context, natural starters could, in the future, play an important role in the development of fermented products. However, food producers and researchers have first to cope with fundamental problems in the understanding of these complex ecosystems. The dynamic evolution of the microbial population inside the natural starter (its resilience, its genetic and physiological aptitudes) and the consequences on the product are still partially unknown. This document reviews a broad range of articles concerning the use of natural starters with a specific focus on cheeses and breads, and discusses the major stakes for local food production and the consumption of typical products.
Guardians and Targets: A Routine Activity Approach to Terrorism in Southeast Asia  [PDF]
Camille Laurence Pauline Bigot
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2017.512011
Since 9/11, terrorism has been an important subject of study within the political and social fields, having often been examined critically. However, empirical frameworks have been lacking within the study of terrorism. This paper aims to counter reductionist views of terrorism and provide a holistic analysis under the arch of a criminological ontological framework. This study tests the relevance of routine activity theory to terrorism, taking the specific case study of terrorism within Southeast Asia. Working with Interpol, terror attacks, and counter-terrorism operations were quantified to mathematically model Routine Activity Theory where I aimed to find predictive terror patterns. Using a time-series analysis of terrorist attacks and counter-terrorism operations, Deterrence Theory, Randomness Theory in targeting and Contagion theory will be tested. A comparative framework will be established between religious attacks and politically related ones. My research aims to disprove any discursive assumptions of terrorism through a quantitative empirical focus. Furthermore, it aims to find patterns within terrorism to learn how to better combat it.
Deployment of Soft Skills for Effective Customer Service in the 21st Century Library  [PDF]
Adeniran Pauline Oghenekaro
Journal of Computer and Communications (JCC) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jcc.2018.63003
Abstract: The advent of information communication technology in the information environment has brought dramatic changes in the way information is being handled and managed today. This wind of change engineered by ICT has also changed the information seeking behavior of users making them to place more demands on libraries. There is a need for libraries to strive to be effective in their services to customers in order to remain relevant in the information age. The paper considered the deployment of soft skills expressed in terms of staff appearance, approachability, effective communication, positive attitude, ability to cope in difficult situation, and so on, for more effective customer services in the 21st century library. The paper concluded that, effective customer service in libraries is imperative in the 21st century library as it will make library users feel important, improves learning, increases patronage, and promotes library and university image. The outcome of this paper will help the management of libraries irrespective of the type to be more effective in the services they render to their clients. This will ultimately increase patronage and clients retention.
Expatriates ill after travel: Results from the Geosentinel Surveillance Network
Lim Poh-Lian,Han Pauline,Chen Lin H,MacDonald Susan
BMC Infectious Diseases , 2012, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2334-12-386
Abstract: Background Expatriates are a distinct population at unique risk for health problems related to their travel exposure. Methods We analyzed GeoSentinel data comparing ill returned expatriates with other travelers for demographics, travel characteristics, and proportionate morbidity (PM) for travel-related illness. Results Our study included 2,883 expatriates and 11,910 non-expatriates who visited GeoSentinel clinics ill after travel. Expatriates were more likely to be male, do volunteer work, be long-stay travelers (>6 months), and have sought pre-travel advice. Compared to non-expatriates, expatriates returning from Africa had higher proportionate morbidity (PM) for malaria, filariasis, schistosomiasis, and hepatitis E; expatriates from the Asia-Pacific region had higher PM for strongyloidiasis, depression, and anxiety; expatriates returning from Latin America had higher PM for mononucleosis and ingestion-related infections (giardiasis, brucellosis). Expatriates returning from all three regions had higher PM for latent TB, amebiasis, and gastrointestinal infections (other than acute diarrhea) compared to non-expatriates. When the data were stratified by travel reason, business expatriates had higher PM for febrile systemic illness (malaria and dengue) and vaccine-preventable infections (hepatitis A), and volunteer expatriates had higher PM for parasitic infections. Expatriates overall had higher adjusted odds ratios for latent TB and lower odds ratios for acute diarrhea and dermatologic illness. Conclusions Ill returned expatriates differ from other travelers in travel characteristics and proportionate morbidity for specific diseases, based on the region of exposure and travel reason. They are more likely to present with more serious illness.
Cuadernos de Economía , 2003,
Abstract: e. fama published an article in 1970 about " the theory of efficient capital markets" which had -and still has- a strong impact on finance. this article shows that fama′s theory has little to do with efficiency as understood by economists. all that fama really did was give a new name to a theory which had been around for more than a century, according to which the stock exchange is an " equitative game" or a martingale, as shown by samuelson, conditioned by supposing expectations′ homogeneity. what fama said about efficiency can only be explained by ideological reasoning, since it was proposed as part of the " new classics" anti-keynesian offensive launched during the 1970s.
‘Children and fools, they say, cannot lie’: un dicton tourné en plaisanterie dans Misogonus d’Anthony Rudd ‘Children and fools, they say, cannot lie’: a Proverb Turned Upside Down in Anthony Rudd’s Misogonus
Pauline Blanc
Revue LISA / LISA e-journal , 2009, DOI: 10.4000/lisa.395
Abstract: In the play entitled Misogonus that is attributed to Anthony Rudd by one of its editors, Lester E. Barber, the Vice-character, Cacurgus, stands out as a virtuoso performer even though he merely demonstrates a moral lesson. The double-dealing servant of two masters, Cacurgus goes out of his way to prove the ill-founded premises of the saying “Children and fools, they say, cannot lie”. He deceives both of his masters, but remains loyal to his audience for whom he performs a highly entertaining play. The two aspects of his role are shown to be quite distinct as he intervenes on the outside and inside of two separate plots in which the twists and turns of a devious mind are displayed as being a series of disagreeable tricks played upon a group of malleable, credulous victims.
Les inondations de février 2007 dans les kampung pauvres de Jakarta
Pauline Texier
EchoGéo , 2007,
Abstract: Les inondations de février 2007 qui ont affecté Jakarta (20 M habitants) ont été dramatiques (55 morts, 400 000 sinistrés). Outre leurs causes intrinsèques (configuration topographique favorable, précipitations concentrées dans le temps, superposition de deux ondes de crue), ces inondations furent amplifiées par l'urbanisation accélérée au cours des dix dernières années et une gestion des eaux défaillante à l'échelle de la ville. Ce type d'événement a affecté en priorité les quartiers populaires et a entra né des conséquences économiques et sanitaires graves, qui se traduisent pour ces populations par une vulnérabilité accrue au risque d'inondation et un sentiment croissant d'insécurité. The floods that affected Jakarta (20 M inhabitants) in February 2007 were catastrophic (55 human losses, 400,000 victims). Besides their intrinsic causes (favorable topographic context, concentration of precipitation in time, superposition of two flood waves), the inundation was amplified by the accelerated urbanization of these last ten years and by an inefficient water management at the city scale. This type of event mainly affected the poor districts, hence resulting in severe economical and sanitary consequences that might generate an increased vulnerability to flood hazards and a feeling of political insecurity for these populations
Citizenship and Mental Health Policy in Europe
Prior, Pauline
Social Work and Society , 2007,
Abstract: The problems confronted by people who experience mental disorders are often conceptualised in terms of health and illness. However, these problems extend far beyond the healthcare system, into all areas of human life. Having a psychiatric diagnosis may have a negative impact on every aspect of the individual’s life, leading to the deprivation or limitation of rights in relation to housing, employment, and family life. In this article, some of these problems are discussed within the theoretical framework of debates on citizenship and on human rights. As the context is Europe, reference is made to the recent policy initiatives with the EU, to national and European level consumer organisations and to cases brought before the European Court of Human Rights.
The concept of national character in 18th century France
Pauline Kra
Cromohs (Firenze) , 2002,
La danse au prisme du genre : la revue Danser (1985 - 2008),
Pauline Boivineau
Genre & Histoire , 2009,
Abstract: Dans le contexte favorable de la naissance des Centres Chorégraphiques Nationaux et de l’essor de la danse contemporaine, la revue mensuelle Danser voit le jour en 1983 par la volonté du journaliste Jean-Claude Diénis qui partage ses intérêts entre danse classique et ce que l’on appelle la nouvelle danse fran aise . Première sur le marché de la presse chorégraphique, la revue Danser s’est imposée rapidement, pour la diversité des rubriques (actualité, biographie, spectacle, histoire de la ...
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