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(Re)produire, marquer et (s’)approprier des lieux (publics) de ville par les mots ou comment les murs (dé)font les langues à Dschang
JB Tsofack
Africa Development , 2010,
Abstract: Dans cette contribution, nous voulons interroger ce désordre linguistique dans une ville camerounaise marquée comme on le sait du sceau du plurilinguisme. Autrement dit, il est question de voir comment les murs (enseignes murales ou publiciaires) y font les langues, c’està- dire, construisent des pratiques linguistiques hétérogènes, mais aussi comment ces mêmes murs défont les langues, les modifient de manière inconsciente et permanente , ou, à contrario, comment les langues font ou défont les murs. On est donc ainsi amené à constater que l’espace public est aussi un espace discursif et le lieu même du désordre linguistique où ce qui est important, ce n’est pas ce que les gens parlent ou écrivent, mais comment ils parlent et écrivent, communiquent dans ce désordre, ou malgré ce désordre, voire même grace à ce désordre , comment les langues ont mise en scène et s’affichent publiquement. Nous partons de l’observation indirecte des pratiques linguistiques faite sur un corpus non sollicité d’énoncés publicitaires (toponymes, enseignes diverses) recueillis lors d’une enquête de terrain menée en 2007 dans la ville de Dschang. Cette méthodologie relève dans l’ensemble, de l’Analyse du Discours telle que l’ont pensée Bulot et Veschambre (2006b), c’est-à-dire, une analyse du procès d’appropriation de l’espace , de son marquage langagier.
The use of oxygen consumption as an indicator of energy assimilation in full sib groups of rainbow trout
JB Kinghorn
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1980, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-12-4-422c
The effect of ACTH on parturition as defence mechanism stimulator in sows
JB Ludvigsen
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1982, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-14-1-99a
Selection for prolificacy in the Cambridge sheep
JB Owen
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1982, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-14-4-579c
The development of a prolific breed of sheep
JB Owen
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1977, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-9-1-128b
Scientific and Technological Skills Acquisition at the Primary School Level as a Strategy to Mitigating the Challenges of Vision 2020 in Nigeria
JB Nbina
African Research Review , 2011,
Abstract: Primary science is the foundation on which subsequent science teaching and learning at the secondary and tertiary levels of education is built. The low number of graduates in science and technology from the higher institution that are independent, or self reliant shows that there is low or no skills teaching in science and technology, which have generated a lot of concern .the world is continuously being reduced to a global village due to science and technology. There is therefore need to mobilize as many pupils as possible and the teacher as well to learn and teach science skills. This paper therefore highlights the interest and different skills which are imperative for pupils in science and technology. It discusses strategies for skills acquisition, how to demonstrate such skills, how to motivate learners to acquire science and technological skills, and how to help learners practice the new skills acquired. Recommendations are given on how the primary school teacher can get involved in the crusade that skill is imperative for pupils in science and technology.
Analysis of Poor Performance of Senior Secondary Students in Chemistry in Nigeria
JB Nbina
African Research Review , 2012,
Abstract: This study investigated the poor performance of students in Chemistry. The widespread poor performance and the negative attitudes towards chemistry of secondary school students have been largely ascribed to teaching problems. A random sample of 109 students from St Pius X College Bodo City was used. The research instrument was a reliable and validated 20 items likert type questionnaire which was administered on 109 secondary school students to obtain responses on the factors that are responsible for poor performance of students in Chemistry. The responses were analyzed using t-test statistics. At 0.05 significant level and 38 degree of freedom, the calculated t-value was 0.469 and the t-critical was 2.021. Since t critical was significant the null hypothesis was retained. Thus, there was no significant difference among the respondents concerning the factors that are responsible for poor performance of students in Chemistry in Nigerian secondary schools. One of the recommendations made was the need for efficient and effective teachers who are professionally and academically qualified to promote Chemistry learning in schools.
The Impact of Increased Efficiency in the Transport Sectors Energy Use: A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis for the Botswana Economy
JB Tlhalefang
Botswana Journal of Economics , 2011,
Abstract: Energy efficiency is viewed as a tool for achieving both sustainable development and environmental sustainability in Botswana and world-wide. This is premised on the standard wisdom that energy-augmenting technical progress reduces aggregate energy consumption. In the energy economics literature, there is disagreement as to whether the beneficial effect of energy efficiency stimulus on energy consumption is partially or wholly counteracted by the negative effect of the response of the economic system to a fall in the relative price of energy services caused by an energy efficiency shock. This paper uses a computable general equilibrium model of energy-economy interactions for Botswana to explore the consequences of energy efficiency enhancement in the transport sectors. These sectors are among those targeted to be energy-efficient by 2016 and are the largest energy-consumers. The evidence shows that efficiency improvement in the transport sectors energy use stimulates economic activity and results in modest conservation of both total energy and petroleum, but increases non-petroleum use, implying that there are large rebound effects on total energy and petroleum consumption of 95 percent and 91 percent, respectively, and a backfire effect of 101 percent for non-petroleum consumption. The results do not undermine a policy of inreasing energy efficiency, but underscore that government needs to design a package of energy policies if it wishes to achieve energy conservation that will substantially reduce carbon emissions.
Theological poverty of churches in the developing world: Its causes and effects
JB Hwang
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2011,
Abstract: By and large, the non Protestant churches from the developing world rarely have a creative theology that is unique to their own cultures and religiosity. It was my hypothesis that the theological barrenness of churches from the developing world is partly as a result of the antiintellectualist legacy of the past missions from the developed world. This legacy was fostered by the strong paternalism of these past missions on the one hand and on the other, by their revivalist conversionism. The anti-intellectual legacy has brought two notable results to the missionised churches from the developing world: their profound dependency on theologies from the developed world and their resulting theological poverty, both interdependent elements.
A novel method of removing a foreign body from the external ear canal
JB Janeke
South African Journal of Surgery , 2004,
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