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Public health advocacy to reinstate reproductive rights of Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PTGs) in Chhattisgarh
Nandi Sulakshana,Mishra JP,Kanungo Kanica,Manikpuri Hemnarayan
BMC Proceedings , 2012, DOI: 10.1186/1753-6561-6-s5-p1
Mélanocytes épidermiques et mélanocytes folliculaires
JP Ortonne, JP Benedetto
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1981, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-13-1-17
Consumption Value of Digital Devices: An Investigation through Facebook Advertisement  [PDF]
Abhishek Mishra
Social Networking (SN) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/sn.2015.43007
Abstract: Data collection represents the most effort-intensive stage of any marketing research exercise, especially in cases sampling frame is unavailable. Sub-optimal bypasses in form of student surveys or surveys employing convenience sampling have become common. In modern era, where laptops and smartphones enable easy accessibility of respondents online, this study utilizes Facebook advertisement as a source of data collection to measure the construct of user experience for interactive products. Modern digital devices, like smartphones, are a source of a variety of experiences for the user. Design teams at various smartphone manufacturers are struggling every day to create products which provide complete consumer experiences. This work not only proposes a framework for describing the same with usability, social value and pleasure in use, but also tests the scales for each by empirical validation. Data collection process through Facebook, as a sample frame, is something yet to be seen in marketing literature. This work goes the distance in not only demonstrating the efficacy of using Facebook advertisement as a viable data collection tool but also developing a framework to measure consumption value. Outcomes of the study, should promote further research using this sampling frame for future research, especially in the area of marketing.
Estimation of crossbreeding parameters between Large White and Meishan porcine breeds. III. Dominance and epistatic components of heterosis on reproductive traits
JP Bidanel
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1993, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-25-3-263
Single and two-stage selection on different indices in open nucleus breeding systems
JP Mueller
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1984, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-16-1-103
Méthode simplifiée de calcul des valeurs génétiques des femelles tenant compte de toutes les parentés
JP Poivey
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1986, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-18-3-321
Repeatability of ovulation rate and its relationship with litter size in four sheep breeds
JP Hanrahan
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1977, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-9-1-126c
Epidemiological investigation on envenomation: from theory to practice
Chippaux, JP;
Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-91992012000400014
Abstract: a better understanding of the epidemiology of envenoming would improve care, provided that the survey is representative, reliable and accurate. several types of surveys could help to clarify the incidence, severity, circumstances, factors and determinants of envenomations. the relevant information may be collected and analyzed from hospital records or case report forms (for retrospective studies) or established from a protocol of longitudinal observation of cases attended at health facilities during a given period (prospective study). the household survey includes interviewing all or part of the population of a locality with a standardized questionnaire to obtain information on the circumstances of the accident. finally, standardized questionnaires can be administered to health workers in order to ascertain the circumstances and procedures of care, the availability and use of treatment and the level of knowledge of agents. correctly performed, these surveys should promote the organization of the management of snakebites or scorpion stings because they identify the location of envenomation and quantify the needs. however, the surveyed localities should be chosen for relevance to be representative of the territory, just as methodology and analysis should be rigorous in order to give useful results.
The xylophonist and the poetry of the xylophone text with emphasis on the dagara dirge
JP Kuutiero
Journal of Science and Technology (Ghana) , 2006,
Abstract: The xylophone is one of the musical instruments used for various occasions by the Dagara [also known as the Dagaaba or Dagartis] and the Sissalas of the Upper West Region of Ghana. Whenever it is played it is normal to hear people who are familiar with its tunes sing or hum the mellifluous tunes that emanate from it. It is possible to see some people wiggling their waists to the rhythm of the tunes. But beyond the production of music are two other important roles that the xylophone text performs - a communication medium and a transmitter of poetic texts. In this study, an attempt has been made to shed light on the xylophone, the xylophonist and the xylophone texts. The nature of the texts has been highlighted with the objective of demonstrating how poetic they are. The study also shows how a text can manifest itself as a voice of conscience while maintaining its aesthetic value.
Die metafoor ‘saam met christus gekruisig’ in kultuurhistoriese verband
JP Malan
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2009,
Abstract: The metaphor ‘being crucifi ed with Christ’ in sociohistorical context Crucifi xion is a concept that is far removed from the experience and understanding of the 21stcentury post-modern man. To understand the power of the message of the cross, one fi rst has to determine what the meaning of crucifi xion was to the person in antiquity. The relevant facts about the cross and crucifi xion were intertwined with social and political realities of the time. This article endeavours to construct a valid and probable sociohistorical context for the metaphor Xristw~| sunestau/rwmai (‘I am being crucifi ed with Christ’). The relevant terminology as well as the practice of crucifi xion in ancient nations also receive attention. Possible differences in the shape of the cross and crucifi xion procedures are being debated. The article also tries to conceive of the shame and rejection the condemned had to endure. The sociohistorical implications of the preposition ‘with’ will be discussed to indicate its meaning to the person from ancient times. What would such a person have understood and experienced when told that he had to be crucifi ed with Christ? To any individual from that social and historical context such a statement would have immediately conjured up a clear picture of the price that was to be paid. It would have meant the renunciation of everything that was dear and essential in the life of that person; rejection of family and friends; inhuman pain, both physically and emotionally, as well as the knowledge that the decision was irrevocable.
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