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Lenguaje omnipotente: análisis de una obra teatral de Roberto Albeza
Rodríguez Mauri,Diego N.;
Cuadernos de la Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales. Universidad Nacional de Jujuy , 2007,
Abstract: the following research was made as part of ciunsa's (investigation council of the national university of salta city) proyect about salta's dramatic art. this proyect has recently started. the title of the chosen text is verditón poeta en el país de izder, by roberto albeza. it's an unknown play, published in the magazine pirca (1959). my main interest in the play is the constitution of a peculiar language dimension that goes through the entire text. this is crucial because it presents a considerable high grade of hermetism. to begin, verditón is marked by the constant use that albeza makes of a cuasi-lirical language, reinforced by the insertion of fragments of poems. that's why the borders between dramatic prose and poetry aren't clear; on the contrary, the author tries to erase them completely to accomplish a hybrid text full of tangential zones. this resolves in a quiet original generic crossing. on the other hand, the inclusion of surreal elements also increases the grade of hermetism i was talking about before. besides, this cuasi-poetical language reinforces the constitution of a particular semantic universe that anticipates a mythology and a mechanic of its own. considering this, and surrounding verditón's figure, is that the word adquires an unusual force and the capacity to create a world as a cuasi-divine instrument. that is to say, a clear metalinguistic component exists which makes this play mainly self-referential.
Evaluación de un programa de educación nutricional en el tratamiento de la obesidad mórbida (OM) Assessment of a nutritional education programme on the treatment of morbid obesity
N Salleras,A Pibernat,N Pons,S Mauri
Nutrición Hospitalaria , 2004,
Abstract:
The presence of uncoupling protein in brown adipose tissue of reindeer
Mauri Nieminen,Seppo Saarela,Jaqueline S. Keith,James N. Morrison
Rangifer , 1990,
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Wannier interpolation of the electron-phonon matrix elements in polar semiconductors: Polar-optical coupling in GaAs
J. Sjakste,N. Vast,M. Calandra,F. Mauri
Physics , 2015, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.92.054307
Abstract: We generalize the Wannier interpolation of the electron-phonon matrix elements to the case of polar-optical coupling in polar semiconductors. We verify our methodological developments against experiments, by calculating the widths of the electronic bands due to electron-phonon scattering in GaAs, the prototype polar semiconductor. The calculated widths are then used to estimate the broadenings of excitons at critical points in GaAs and the electron-phonon relaxation times of hot electrons. Our findings are in good agreement with available experimental data. Finally, we demonstrate that while the Fr\"ohlich interaction is the dominant scattering process for electrons/holes close to the valley minima, in agreement with low-field transport results, at higher energies, the intervalley scattering dominates the relaxation dynamics of hot electrons or holes. The capability of interpolating the polar-optical coupling opens new perspectives in the calculation of optical absorption and transport properties in semiconductors and thermoelectrics.
Komparativ-kausales Mapping und die Nutzung von CMAP3-Software in qualitativen Studien Comparative Causal Mapping and CMAP3 Software in Qualitative Studies El mapeo comparativo causal y el software CMAP3 en estudios cualitativos
Mauri Laukkanen
Forum : Qualitative Social Research , 2012,
Abstract: Kausales (kognitives) Mapping ist in den sp ten 1970er Jahren als innovative Methodik entstanden, um die organisationsbezogenen überzeugungen von politischen Entscheidungstr ger/innen zu erheben und zu analysieren. Seit dieser Zeit hat insbesondere das komparativ-kausale Mapping (KKM) in Management-, Organisations- und IT-Studien in Gro britannien und den USA breiten Einsatz gefunden. In diesem Beitrag gebe ich einen überblick über die konzeptuellen Grundlagen und wesentlichen Varianten des KKM, um diesen Ansatz qualitativ Forschenden vorzustellen, die an neuen Verfahren und Werkzeugen interessiert sind. Zus tzlich informiere ich über eine neue, nicht-kommerzielle Windows-Software, CMAP3, die für kleinere und mittlere Fallzahlen entwickelt wurde. Am Ende veranschauliche ich die Vielseitigkeit und Potenz des CCM an sechs Typen von Untersuchungen, mit denen jeweils unterschiedliche Zielsetzungen und Forschungsfragen verbunden sind und in denen unterschiedliche Modifikationen des CCM verwendet werden. URN: http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs1202133 Causal (aka cognitive) mapping emerged in the late 1970s as an innovative method for capturing and analyzing political decision-makers' and organizational phenomenological and causal belief patterns. Since then, in particular comparative causal mapping (CCM) has become widely used especially in management and organization (MOC) and IT-studies in the UK and USA. This paper provides an overview of the conceptual underpinnings and main variants of CCM to introduce the approach to qualitative researchers interested in new methods and research tools. Next, the paper presents new non-commercial Windows software, CMAP3, designed for small and medium size-N CCM-studies. Finally, to describe CCM-methods' versatility and potential, the paper discusses six types of CCM-studies, which represent different conceptions of target phenomena and research objectives and apply different modifications of the basic CCM-platform. URN: http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs1202133 El mapeo causal (mejor conocido como mapeo cognitivo) surgió a fines de 1970 como un método innovador para capturar y analizar políticos que toman decisiones y patrones fenomenológicos organizacionales y de creencias causales. Desde entonces, en particular el mapeo causal comparativo (MCC) ha sido muy utilizado especialmente en la gestión y organización y en los estudios IT en el Reino Unido y en Estados Unidos. Este artículo brinda un panorama de los fundamentos conceptuales y las principales variedades del MCC para presentar el enfoque a los in
Fundamentos de la concepción moderna de la traducción: la teoría de la traducción renacentista = Origins of the modern concept of translation: the Renaissance theory of translation
Mauri FURLAN
1611 : Revista de Historia de la Traducción , 2012,
Abstract: Las reflexiones sobre la práctica de la traducción del Renacimiento revelan que en ese período aparecieron las ideas —que todavía hoy guían esta actividad— basadas en la existencia de una unidad de pensamiento y de actuación, en una teoría de la traducción. Para una buena lectura de aquellos textos es imprescindible el estudio de la concepción del lenguaje entonces vigente que era una parte de la retórica clásica. En ella se originó el pensamiento renacentista sobre la traducción definido en este artículo como teoría elocutiva de la traducción . Renaissance reflections on translation practice reveal not only that the foundations of contemporary translation theory were laid during that period, but also that there was a unity of thought and practice, in other words a theory of translation. A proper interpretation of these texts inevitably requires an examination of the then current concept of language, as formulated in Classical rhetoric. This is key to our understanding of Renaissance thinking on translation, and will provide the framework for our analysis of the period’s thinking on the topic, according to what might be termed as the “elocutive theory of translation” in the Renaissance.
Cultural Differences in the Strategy of the Negotiation between France and Italy: the Approach of the Interlocutor
Antonella MAURI
Studii de Stiinta si Cultura , 2012,
Abstract: In the international context, any negotiation needs the knowledge of the local culture. The respectof the social codes and the way of interacting in a certain context are very important in negotiation,and negotiation also needs a strategy of communication including cultural differences and thedecoding of speech, but also the meaning of the non-verbal codes (body movements, dress code,attitudes, exchange of courtesies…) But it is sometime more hard to behave in a impeccable way ina country were the local culture is close to the negotiator culture, because in this case a behaviorbadly adapted to circumstances or a blunder can be considered as an insult. Anyway, the distrust tothe foreigner is always present in human beings, even at an unconscious level ; and each one has acertain degree of attachment in its own cultural identity and he wants from foreigners respect forhis country, his customs and his civilization. If one suspected that the other one does not respecthim or laughs at him, the instinctive reaction of this subject is lock and a withdrawal. We can evenarrive to a real hostility feeling to his interlocutor, which is exactly the opposite of the attitudeindispensable to any successful negotiation. A good negotiator has the duty to establish from thebeginning a reliable work atmosphere or, at least, of mutual respect whit this interlocutor, talkinghim in a suitable way and never violating the local codes of politeness and savoir-vivre. In thisarticle, we explain how to go and speak correctly to yours Italian partners in several professionalcontexts.
The Short Life of the Bank of Ethiopia
Arnaldo Mauri
Acta Universitatis Danubius : Oeconomica , 2010,
Abstract: The Bank of Abyssinia, established in 1905, was given a 50-years concession by theEmperor Menelek II. This institution was engaged in issuing notes as well as in any kind ofcommercial banking business. Haile Sellassie, after acceding to the throne in 1930, could not acceptthat the country’s issuing bank was a foreign-owned share company and decided for nationalization.The change was implemented, however, in a soft way, providing an adequate compensation toshareholders, and in agreement with the main foreign shareholder, the National Bank of Egypt. TheBank of Abyssinia went, therefore, into liquidation and a new institution, the Bank of Ethiopia, wasestablished in 1931. The new bank, although under full Government control, retained management,staff, premises and clients of the ceased financial institution. Italian occupation of the country, in1936, brought the liquidation of the Bank of Ethiopia.
Monetary Developments and Decolonization in Ethiopia (1941-1952)
Arnaldo Mauri
Acta Universitatis Danubius : Oeconomica , 2010,
Abstract: The article analyses the reorganization process of the monetary setting in Ethiopia which started in 1941 along with decolonization, when the Italian colonial rule came to an end. The country regained independence and the former Ethiopian empire was restored. The monetary reform in Ethiopia after the liberation during World War II, was a necessary measure to be adopted. Different paths however could have been followed at that moment by the Ethiopian government. The crucial choice made in money matter was to re-establish a national monetary unit instead of keeping the country inside the East African shilling area, as it was envisaged in British designs for the post-war setting of the Horn of Africa. The Ethiopian project unpredictably prevailed at the end of a weary negotiation, due to the chiefly American support in the framework of a new role gained by the United States in this area. The Ethiopian Authorities were, as a consequence, enabled to free themselves from dependence on Great Britain.
Field experiments using CO2 enrichment: a comparison of two main methods
Mauri A
iForest : Biogeosciences and Forestry , 2010, DOI: 10.3832/ifor0545-003
Abstract: The dramatic increase in global atmospheric carbon dioxide over the past century is hypothesized to have significant impacts on the earth system. To understand the effects of elevated CO2 on terrestrial ecosystems, two main methods have been used to simulate an increase of CO2 in a semi-controlled field setting: 1) Open Top Chambers (OTC); and 2) Free Air CO2 Enrichment (FACE). The OTC method has been applied to study the components of forest ecosystems at small scale by manipulating seedlings or isolated juvenile trees, but is not able to address ecosystem processes as a whole. For technical reasons, OTC cannot be used to consider scaling issues, interaction with the boundary layer, and competition among species. To address these issues FACE technology was developed. FACE enables longer-term studies in larger plots, and allows studies of plant processes such as leaf area and canopy development, canopy energy balance and canopy gas exchange. In this review, I synthesize results from literature, in particular from meta-analysis techniques applied either to OTC or FACE. The results are qualitatively similar: CO2 enrichment leads to reduced stomatal conductance and leaf nitrogen, and enhanced photosynthesis and production. However, photosynthesis and crop yield were lower in FACE experiments than OTC, while starch content was higher. These results provide support for ecosystem model simulations, and help fill the gap between individual plants, forest and regional ecosystem. Neither OTC nor FACE can provide a clear indication of the regional-scale feedbacks between atmosphere and vegetation that might be expected under elevated CO2. To address this issue, further research is needed.
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