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AN ELUCIDATION OF PUBLIC SOUND ART THROUGH A NON-SONOROUS TRADITION
María Andueza Olmedo
SoundEffects , 2012,
Abstract: The origins of sound art are usually traced to previous sonorous artistic manifestations such as futurism or fluxus (see Labelle, 2006; Kahn, 1999). However, in non-sonorous manifestations it is also possible to appreciate some features of sound art that go beyond the dominant role that sound plays. By adding to the topic of sound art essential notions of temporality, spatial construction and social recognition, the emergence of a sonorous artistic practice which goes beyond the mere use of sound is revealed. In this sense, research in public sound art, which is the primary topic of this paper, provides three issues to which it is important to pay attention in order to pose new sound art theories and ideas: First, the viewer-listener, considered simply as a citizen; second, the city, understood as a sculptural space and a social space, and finally, derived from the previous two, the transformation of the concept of ‘space’ in the practices concerning the public sphere of art. The implementation of these concepts, which took place naturally in different artistic domains, represented the beginning of the creative use of sound and, specifically, the awakening of public sound art. For this reason, based on sound art studies, as mentioned above, the projection of the article goes beyond these writings in an attempt to connect sound art with the public space. Literature on sound art has described its origins through music, poetry, architecture and other disciplines. However, this article addresses its origin in connection with the specific area of the city. The sound installation’s pioneer, Max Neuhaus, will act as a guide towards this aim. This process allows a rereading of some of the most evocative examples of sound art and, at the same time, provides other references that will be valuable for assessing the growing interest in the creation of sound interventions in public space. The prolific career of Max Neuhaus, which covered a broad range of topics, will establish a connection between public sound art and artists and thinkers who are rarely linked to this medium. These connections will, however, offer new perspectives onto the most widely discussed topics of the discipline: temporality and spatiality. This inquiry into the roots of sound art is an attempt to make a contribution to its history, not only by way of evidence, but also through suggestions provided by works of art that are far removed from the medium of sound and by other contributions from different fields of studies.(1)
Self-Esteem, in Students of Yucatan, Mexico  [PDF]
Yolanda Oliva Pe?a, María Guadalupe Andueza Pech, Elsa María Rodríguez Angulo
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2019.104028
Abstract: This study analyzes the relationship between self-esteem, in secondary school students, mainly of rural origin, with the ethnic condition, taken into consideration for this purpose the use of the language, in which we compare the Mayan speakers and non-Mayan speakers of a region of Yucatan, Mexico, in men and women. Quantitative, cross-sectional study, with a simple random sample of 1452 Yucatan high school students, by means of a self-administered questionnaire. The main results are that 22% of the population has a low self-esteem level, with significant differences by age (p = 0.028) and in negative self-esteem score in the variable Maya-speaker and not Maya-speaker (p = 0.023). There were also differences between the condition of rural and urban. The prevention and care of mental health in adolescence must take into account the peculiarities of cultural contexts and gender determinants, to strengthen the autonomy and self-esteem of new generations, educational programs based on studies that take into account the determinants social gender and ethnicity, now blurred before the global communication processes.
XI Congreso del Grupo de Métodos Cuantitativos, SIG y Teledetección de la Asociación de Geógrafos Espa oles. Murcia, 20- 23 de Septiembre de 2004
María Teresa Camacho Olmedo
Cuadernos Geográficos , 2004,
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Análisis del proceso de comunicación en un proceso de mediación de conflictos con una pareja de separados, basado en la teoría de la acción comunicativa de Habermas y el modelo relacional simbólico
Restrepo Espinosa,María Helena; Campos,Olmedo;
Diversitas: Perspectivas en Psicología , 2010,
Abstract: the present includes a case study of a family mediation process with a separated couple in a judiciary consultant service of the rosario university at bogotá, colombia. its purpose was to analyze the type of communication dialogues that occurred during the mediation process, based on jurgen habermas action communication theory and the symbolic relationship model of mediation (mrs) developed by the school of family studies of the université cattólica del sacro cuore di milano. the core of the conflict mediation process is centered upon the comprehension of bonding in a couple, family or community members, as well as the symbolic meaning that act as regulators of the relationship. the structure of the bonding between a couple, together with the basic gender differences between being a man or a woman, and the task of providing for the generations within the conscience of nurturing, is basic to guarantee the maintenance of the parental task for their offspring after the rupture of the marriage bonding
Rese a de "Gobiernos locales trabajando: un recorrido a través de programas municipales que funcionan" de Enrique Cabrero Mendoza (coord.)
María Soledad Gaytán Olmedo
Convergencia , 2003,
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Rese a de "Gestión Local Creativa: Experiencias Innovadoras en México" de Rodolfo García del Castillo (coord.)
María Soledad Gaytán Olmedo
Convergencia , 2004,
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Los Comités Ciudadanos de Control y Vigilancia del Estado de México
María Soledad Gaytán Olmedo
Convergencia , 2005,
Abstract: La insuficiencia de los mecanismos tradicionales de rendición de cuentas ha dado lugar a que se desarrollen diversos esquemas para asegurar que la sociedad intervenga de forma eficiente y directa en el con trol de las actividades del gobierno: Comités de Vigilancia en Bolivia, Veedurías Ciudadanas en Colombia o Contraloría Social en México, entre otros. El éxito de esos programas usualmente se refiere al número de órganos creados. Sin embargo, el presente documento tiene como objetivo establecer, desde una perspectiva cualitativa, las características principales del modelo de contraloría so cial aplicado en el Estado de México. Los puntos centrales del análisis son: quiénes participan, cómo lo hacen, qué medios se utilizan para el ejercicio del con trol so cial y dónde se aplica.
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Aguiló, María Paz,Rodríguez G. de Ceballos, Alfonso,Andueza Pérez, Alicia
Archivo Espa?ol de Arte , 2005,
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Risk Factors Associated with Domestic Violence and Homicidal Violence of Women: The Case of Yucatan, Mexico  [PDF]
Yolanda Oliva Pe?a, Andrés Santana Carvajal, Guadalupe Andueza Pech, Jolly Hoil Santos, Ricardo Ojeda Rodríguez, Gerardo García Gil, Elsa María Rodríguez Angulo, Manuel Ordó?ez Luna
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2016.71008
Abstract: The manuscript presents results of research conducted with the aim of analyzing the association of geographic areas and risk factors of violence to women occurred in the state of Yucatan during 1997-2014, by reviewing statistics and other sources. Variables domestic violence, sex crimes and homicides and femicides association and risk according to the degree of marginalization, town size and percentage of population analyzed Maya. The main findings of the research show the presence of violence in 49 of the 106 municipalities. Association found the urban condition in cases of domestic violence, sexual offenses, homicide, and femicide, while for domestic violence it was obtained that the condition of Maya speakers is a risk factor. The geospatial distribution shows areas of high violence mostly in the south and east of the state. Some municipalities’ rates for homicide and domestic violence, are higher compared to the national and state average rates recorded. It is concluded that information management has been the key to catalog the state as low gender violence and that the results presented here show the presence of large geographical areas of high risk for the lives of women, which requires your attention of intersectoral public policy.
Diabetes and Periodontal Diseases: An Established Two-Way Relationship  [PDF]
Carlos Arana Molina, Luna Florencio Ojeda, María Sevillano Jiménez, Cristóbal Morales Portillo, Isabel Serrano Olmedo, Tomás Martín Hernández, Gerardo Gómez Moreno
Journal of Diabetes Mellitus (JDM) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jdm.2016.64024
Abstract: Background: Periodontal diseases (PD), including periodontitis, are chronic inflammatory pathologies caused by bacteria in the subgingival biofilm which affect the periodontal tissues. PD is now considered a localized, chronic, oral infection that activates the host immuno-inflammatory responses both locally and systemically, and also constitutes a source of bacteraemia. It is a known fact that periodontal diseases exercise an important influence on the pathogenesis of numerous systemic diseases, including diabetes mellitus (DM). In the mid-nineties, sufficient scientific evidence emerged to confirm an association between DM and periodontitis, which then began to be regarded as the sixth complication of DM. Current scientific evidence points to a two-way relationship between DM and periodontal disease, whereby DM is associated with an increase in the incidence and progression of periodontitis, while periodontal infection is associated with worsening glycemic control in diabetic patients. This two-way relationship points to a need to promote oral health in DM patients, and to implement a joint management protocol between endocrinologist and dentist that aims to create adequate conditions for early diagnosis and the effective treatment of both diseases.
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