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Standard and quality of life of rural areas population in the view of new paradigm of development
Adamska Hanna
Journal of Agribusiness and Rural Development , 2012,
Abstract: One of the main tasks of modern civilization is development according to a New Paradigm, so-called sustainable development.It involves economic and social de-velopment with respect to the state of environment. Demands of sustainable development involve the notion of intergenerational justice, which provides the possibilities of meeting the requirements of humanity in the future. A man constitutes the centre of interest and is the main subject of sustainable development. Its superior aim is to fulfill the needs and aspirations of people, especially the improvement of their standard and quality of life. The work presents analysis of theoretical and empirical issues connected with the development, as well as the standard and quality of life of rural areas population in the region of Lower Silesia, taking into account its functional regions. The analysis made use of sustainable development indexes, basing on normalization method. The mentioned indexes involved housing conditions, as well as expenses connected with housing, health, culture and sport. Areas situated in the surrounding of larger urban agglomerations with higher potential of development, proved to acquire higher standards and quality of life. From the regional point of view the lowest values featured region I of rural character. Research results clearly defined the standard and quality of life of rural areas population in Lower Silesian voivodeship, as well as the changes in these two examined parameters, which confirmed the results of the research conducted in the territory of the whole country.
Evaluation of sustainable development of rural areas of the redzki district
Hanna Adamska
Journal of Agribusiness and Rural Development , 2009,
Abstract: The article discussed the aspects connected with sustainable development of rural areas. The evaluation of the of the redzki District communes utilizes the selected coefficients in agreement with the social order. In the analysis six fields relating to the level and the quality of life, public health, demography, economic activity, poverty and exclusion were considered. The method of the reduction of the multifunction space was used for the interpretation of results.
Alergia pokarmowa u dzieci - trudno ci diagnostyczne
Inga Adamska
Pediatria Wspó?czesna , 2011,
Abstract: Diagnostyka alergii pokarmowej jest procesem trudnym i wieloetapowym. Niew a ciwa diagnoza mo e narazi pacjenta na niepotrzebne leczenie, m.in. diet eliminacyjn . Podstaw rozpoznania alergii pokarmowej jest szczegó owo przeprowadzone badanie lekarskie oraz próby eliminacji i prowokacji. Podejrzenie alergii IgE-zale nej u cz ci pacjentów mo na potwierdzi testami skórnymi i oznaczeniem swoistych antygenowo przeciwcia klasy IgE. Ze wzgl du na ryzyko wyst pienia powik ań podczas prób prowokacyjnych i niedoborów ywieniowych w czasie stosowania diet eliminacyjnych, opieka lekarska nad dzie mi z alergi pokarmow wymaga znacznej wiedzy i do wiadczenia.
Schizothyrioma ptarmicae (Helotiales, Ascomycota), a rare European fungus newly found in Poland
Iwona Adamska
Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae , 2004, DOI: 10.5586/asbp.2004.009
Abstract: The morphological properties of Schizothyrioma ptarmicae (Helotiales, Ascomycota), a fungus known from a single locality in Poland and infrequently reported from Europe, are described and illustrated. Schizothyrioma ptarmicae is a parasite of leaves of Achillea ptarmica. It has been found in the Myrico-Saliceto auritae and Cirsio-Polygonetum plant associations of the S owiński National Park. Additionally, the properties of the specimens of S. ptarmicae collected were compared with those of S. aterridium, the only other member of the genus Schyzothyrioma.
M. Rem, De taal van de klerken uit de Hollandse grafelijke kanselarij (1300-1340). Naar een lokaliseringsprocedure voor het veertiende-eeuws Middelnederlands
Anna Adamska
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 2004,
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J.F. Benders, Bestuursstructuur en schriftcultuur. Een analyse van de bestuurlijke verschriftelijking in Deventer tot het eind van de 15de eeuw
Anna Adamska
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 2003,
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The Evolution of Light Stress Proteins in Photosynthetic Organisms
Mounia Heddad,Iwona Adamska
Comparative and Functional Genomics , 2002, DOI: 10.1002/cfg.221
Abstract: The Elip (early light-inducible protein) family in pro- and eukaryotic photosynthetic organisms consists of more than 100 different stress proteins. These proteins accumulate in photosynthetic membranes in response to light stress and have photoprotective functions. At the amino acid level, members of the Elip family are closely related to light-harvesting chlorophyll a/b-binding (Cab) antenna proteins of photosystem I and II, present in higher plants and some algae. Based on their predicted secondary structure, members of the Elip family are divided into three groups: (a) one-helix Hlips (high light-induced proteins), also called Scps (small Cab-like proteins) or Ohps (one-helix proteins); (b) two-helix Seps (stress-enhanced proteins); and (c) three-helix Elips and related proteins. Despite having different physiological functions it is believed that eukaryotic three-helix Cab proteins evolved from the prokaryotic Hlips through a series of duplications and fusions. In this review we analyse the occurrence of Elip family members in various photosynthetic prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms and discuss their evolutionary relationship with Cab proteins.
Between designer drugs and afterburners: A Lexicographic- Semantic Study of Equivalence
A Adamska-Salaciak
Lexikos , 2011,
Abstract: The lexicons of natural languages are not isomorphic. Reasons for the anisomorphism can be sought on three interrelated planes: language structure, extralinguistic reality, and conceptualisation. Simply put, the relevant differences may reside in the language, the world, the mind, or any combination of these. As a result, what goes under the name of lexicographic equivalence is a rather heterogeneous category. Growing awareness of this fact has resulted over the years in the creation of several tentative typologies of equivalence, one of which is presented below, together with a brief discussion of some strategies for dealing with imperfect equivalence. The remaining part of the article comprises a detailed analysis of a single problem encountered while preparing a new edition of a bilingual dictionary for Polish learners of English. The task at hand involved choosing a viable counterpart for a (Polish) semantic neologism from among a few (English) equivalence candidates. In the discussion, reference is made both to the metalexicographic categories introduced earlier and to such concepts developed by lexical (especially cognitive) semantics which may prove helpful in capturing the meaning differences between the sourcelanguage item and its competing target-language renditions. This micro-scale dissection of a single specimen demonstrates that we are still some way from being able to classify, let alone deal with, all the instances of imperfect interlingual correspondence that come our way. Persisting in the efforts to advance our understanding of the complex issues covered by the blanket term lexicographic equivalence thus seems crucial for improving the treatment of meaning in bilingual dictionaries.
Between designer drugs and afterburners: A Lexicographic-Semantic Study of Equivalence Tussen designer drugs (ontwerpersdwelms) en afterburners (naverbranders): 'n leksikografies-semantiese studie van ekwivalensie.
Arleta Adamska-Sa?aciak
Lexikos , 2012, DOI: 10.5788/21-1-35
Abstract: The lexicons of natural languages are not isomorphic. Reasons for the anisomorphism can be sought on three interrelated planes: language structure, extralinguistic reality, and conceptualisation. Simply put, the relevant differences may reside in the language, the world, the mind, or any combination of these. As a result, what goes under the name of lexicographic equivalence is a rather heterogeneous category. Growing awareness of this fact has resulted over the years in the creation of several tentative typologies of equivalence, one of which is presented below, together with a brief discussion of some strategies for dealing with imperfect equivalence. The remaining part of the article comprises a detailed analysis of a single problem encountered while preparing a new edition of a bilingual dictionary for Polish learners of English. The task at hand involved choosing a viable counterpart for a (Polish) semantic neologism from among a few (English) equivalence candidates. In the discussion, reference is made both to the metalexicographic categories introduced earlier and to such concepts developed by lexical (especially cognitive) semantics which may prove helpful in capturing the meaning differences between the source-language item and its competing target-language renditions. This micro-scale dissection of a single specimen demonstrates that we are still some way from being able to classify, let alone deal with, all the instances of imperfect interlingual correspondence that come our way. Persisting in the efforts to advance our understanding of the complex issues covered by the blanket term lexicographic equivalence thus seems crucial for improving the treatment of meaning in bilingual dictionaries. Die leksikons van natuurlike tale is nie isomorf nie. Redes vir die gebrek aan isomorfie kom op drie onderling verwante vlakke voor: taalstruktuur, die buitetalige realiteit, en konseptualisasie. Anders gestel kan die tersaaklike verskille in die taal, die wêreld, die verstand, of enige kombinasie hiervan aangetref word. Gevolglik is dit wat as leksikografiese ekwivalensie bekend staan 'n nogal heterogene kategorie. 'n Groeiende bewuswording van hierdie feit het oor die jare daartoe gelei dat verskeie tentatiewe tipologie van ekwivalensie geskep is, waarvan een hieronder aangebied word, saam met 'n kort bespreking van sommige strategie om onvolledige ekwivalensie te hanteer. Die oorblywende deel van die artikel bevat 'n uitvoerige ontleding van 'n enkele probleem wat te gekom is toe 'n nuwe uitgawe van 'n tweetalige woordeboek vir Po
The Effects of European Austerity Programmes on Social Security Systems  [PDF]
Arne Heise, Hanna Lierse
Modern Economy (ME) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/me.2011.24055
Abstract: The recent financial and economic crisis is intensifying the pressure for budget consolidation,increasing the likelihood of cuts in social services throughout Europe. One government after another is bringing forward a budget consolidation programme. Cuts are envisaged above all in social services and so the question arises of what effects this will have on welfare states in EU member countries and on Social Europe in general. In this study cuts in social systems are analysed and compared, both planned and already undertaken. Regardless of the different magnitudes of the austerity efforts and the policy fields concerned there can be no doubt that all austerity programmes are regressive in nature and that the option of raising incomes is being exercised far less frequently than spending cuts and this applies especially in the social realm.
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