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Urgent Work: Developing a Gender- Responsive Approach for Girls in the Juvenile Justice System / Trabajo urgente: desarrollando una respuesta con perspectiva de género para ni as en el Sistema de Justicia Juvenil
Lawanda Ravoira,JuLiette GRaziano,Vanessa Patino Lydia
Universitas Psychologica , 2012,
Abstract: This paper reviews the prevalence of girls in the U.S. juvenile justice sys- tem, compares national and international incarceration rates, and reviews the profile needs of justice-involved girls. The authors offer their Model as an example of how to develop a gender-responsive approach to girls in the justice system, including a description of how the model was operationalized in a community in the United States. Critical developments and emerg- ing opportunities for each of the Model’s components: advocacy, model programming, public education, training and technical assistance, gender responsive tools, systems accountability, and evaluation are highlighted. Lessons learned are offered as a springboard for conversations about how the international community can individually assess their needs and resources and work together to improve the response to girls. The paper concludes with recommendations for choosing, evaluating, and implementing best- practice approaches for meaningful reform.
Prevalence of Gastrointestinal Parasites among Captive Primates in Panama
Vanessa Vianeth Valdes Sanchez,Azael Saldana Patino,Vanessa Jenny Pineda Segundo,Jorge Antonio Camacho Sandoval,Claudia Virginia Charpentier Esquivel,Tonatiuh Alejandro Cruz Sanchez
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012,
Abstract: The aim of the present study was determine, the prevalence of the gastrointestinal parasites of wild primates in captivity in the Republic of Panama during the year 2008. During the year 2008 in two Zoos, the summit Municipal Zoo and the Nispero Zoo, there were recollected 87 fecal samples belong to 29, no human clinically healthy individuals of the Ateles geoffroyi, Ateles fuciceps, Cebus capucinus, Saguinus geoffroyi and Aotus lemurinus species. The samples were processed by the qualitave analysis of concentration by sedimentation using the formol-acetate of ethylic protocol and the modified Zielh-Neelsen's dye. Four genres of major prevalence in primates were identified as: Criptosporidium sp., Endolimax nana, Estrongiloides sp. and Entamoeba sp. The parasite with major prevalence was Criptosporidium sp. in Ateles fuciceps. It is important to mention that two PGI have not been reported in Panama, being these: Oesophagostomun sp. and Enteromonas hominis. The asociation between the levels of gastrointestinal parasites in both studied zoos, was evalued using Fisher's exact test and the results indicated that there exists no significantive difference between them and the level of significance of p<0.05. This is Panama's first record of the species of gastrointestinal parasites that affects the animals in captivity therefore, this research will serve as a guide to establish the necessary preventive measures to favor the conversation of these species.
X-Ray Fluorescence Microscopy Reveals Accumulation and Secretion of Discrete Intracellular Zinc Pools in the Lactating Mouse Mammary Gland
Nicholas McCormick,Vanessa Velasquez,Lydia Finney,Stefan Vogt,Shannon L. Kelleher
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0011078
Abstract: The mammary gland is responsible for the transfer of a tremendous amount of zinc (~1–3 mg zinc/day) from maternal circulation into milk during lactation to support the growth and development of the offspring. When this process is compromised, severe zinc deficiency compromises neuronal development and immune function and increases infant morbidity and/or mortality. It remains unclear as to how the lactating mammary gland dynamically integrates zinc import from maternal circulation with the enormous amount of zinc that is secreted into milk.
Nível de atividade física em mulheres mastectomizadas e submetidas a reconstru o mamária Physical activity in women undergoing mastectomy and breast reconstruction
Miguel Sabino Neto,Jo?o Ricardo Moreira,Vanessa Resende,Lydia Masako Ferreira
Revista Brasileira de Cirurgia Plástica , 2012,
Abstract: INTRODU O: A prática regular de atividade física tem sido recomendada para preven o e tratamento de doen as coronárias, diabetes melito e hipertens o arterial. Além de fator protetor, a atividade física após o diagnóstico de cancer de mama tem sido correlacionada a aumento da qualidade de vida e da sobrevida. O objetivo deste estudo é avaliar o nível de atividade física de mulheres mastectomizadas sem reconstru o mamária e de mulheres submetidas a reconstru o mamária pós-tratamento de cancer de mama. MéTODO: A casuística foi composta por 2 grupos, um de mulheres mastectomizadas sem reconstru o mamária e outro de mulheres mastectomizadas e submetidas a reconstru o mamária pós-mastectomia, ambos com 18 pacientes. Todas as pacientes tinham idade entre 18 anos e 60 anos. Os critérios de exclus o foram: deficiência física, analfabetismo, vigência de tratamento de quimioterapia, radioterapia ou psiquiátrico, e tratamento cirúrgico realizado em período inferior a um ano. As voluntárias responderam ao Questionário Internacional de Atividade Física (IPAQ). A análise estatística foi realizada aplicando-se o teste qui-quadrado e o teste t de Student, tendo sido adotado o nível de significancia de P < 0,05. RESULTADOS: No grupo de mulheres mastectomizadas sem reconstru o mamária, 16,7% eram muito ativas, 61,1% ativas e 22,2% insuficientemente ativas. No grupo de mulheres com a mama reconstruída, essas incidências foram de 55,6%, 33,3% e 11,1%, respectivamente. Houve diferen a estatisticamente significante entre os grupos (P < 0,0001). CONCLUS ES: O nível de atividade física entre as mulheres submetidas a reconstru o mamária é melhor que entre as mulheres mastectomizadas sem reconstru o mamária. BACKGROUND: Regular physical activity has been recommended for the prevention and treatment of coronary heart disease, diabetes mellitus, and hypertension. Besides being a protective factor against breast cancer, physical activity following the diagnosis of breast cancer has been associated with an improved quality of life and survival. The aim of this study was to assess levels of physical activity in women who had undergone mastectomy without breast reconstruction and in women who had undergone breast reconstruction after breast cancer treatment. METHODS: Two groups, each with 18 patients, comprised the patient series. One group comprised women who had undergone mastectomy without breast reconstruction, and the other group comprised women who had undergone mastectomy and breast reconstruction. All patients were aged between 18 and 60 years. The exclusion criteria w
Sobre las Lenguas indígenas de Suramérica
Patino Rosselli Carlos
Forma y Función , 1981,
Abstract: La lingüística Indoamericana ha recibido una contribución de importancia con la obra The Grouping of South American Indian Languages (Gunter Narr Verlag: Tübingen 1979, Ars Linguistica 2) de la investigadora Mary R. Key. Se trata de una síntesis de los avances de esta disciplina en los últimos diez o quince a os, o sea a partir de la publicación de los manuales generales de Loukotka, McQuown, Mason, etc. El trabajo tiene esencialmente, pues, el carácter de un instrumento crítico-bibliográfico: no es, como el título podría sugerir, un aporte acerca del problema especifico de la clasificación de los idiomas aborígenes de nuestro continente.
Estudios de léxico especializado en espanol e inglés a partir de corpus Studies of specialist lexicon in Spanish and English based on corpus
Pedro Patino García
íkala, Revista de Lenguaje y Cultura , 2010,
Historia Y Sociedad En La Genesis De Las Lenguas Criollas
Carlos Patino Rosselir
Revista de Estudios Sociales , 2002,
Abstract: This article delineates the historical process and the social conditions which gave birth to the variety of languages known as "Creóles" in Linguistics. The first part of the study places Creóles in the new domain called 'Language Contad', due to the multiethnic origin of these dialects. The second part deals with the African languages which came to the New World, the Euro-African contact vernaculars which emerged during the centuries of the slave trade, and the Communications network which obtained in colonial Cartagena. The final part sketches the 'life cycle' of Creoles and refers to R. Chaudenson's 'sociohistorical' approach.
Topological quantization of gravitational fields
Leonardo Patino,Hernando Quevedo
Physics , 2004, DOI: 10.1063/1.1828586
Abstract: We introduce the method of topological quantization for gravitational fields in a systematic manner. First we show that any vacuum solution of Einstein's equations can be represented in a principal fiber bundle with a connection that takes values in the Lie algebra of the Lorentz group. This result is generalized to include the case of gauge matter fields in multiple principal fiber bundles. We present several examples of gravitational configurations that include a gravitomagnetic monopole in linearized gravity, the C-energy of cylindrically symmetric fields, the Reissner-Nordstr\"om and the Kerr-Newman black holes. As a result of the application of the topological quantization procedure, in all the analyzed examples we obtain conditions implying that the parameters entering the metric in each case satisfy certain discretization relationships.
Thermal photon production in a strongly coupled anisotropic plasma
Leonardo Patino,Diego Trancanelli
Physics , 2012, DOI: 10.1007/JHEP02(2013)154
Abstract: Photons produced in heavy ion collisions escape virtually unperturbed from the surrounding medium, thus representing an excellent probe of the conditions at the emission point. Using the gauge/gravity duality, we calculate the rate of photon production in an anisotropic, strongly coupled N=4 plasma with Nf<
Relative importance of different physical processes on upper crustal specific heat flow in the Eifel-Maas region, Central Europe and ramifications for the production of geothermal energy  [PDF]
Lydia Dijkshoorn, Christoph Clauser
Natural Science (NS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ns.2013.52A039

We study the recent upper crustal heat flow variations caused by long-term physical processes such as paleoclimate, erosion, sedimentation and mantle plume upwelling. As specific heat flow is a common lower boundary condition in many models of heat en fluid flow in the Earth’s crust we quantify its long-term transient variation caused by paleoclimate, erosion or sedimentation, mantle plume upwelling and deep groundwater flow. The studied area extends between the Eifel mountains and the Maas river inCentral Europe. The total variation due to these processes in our study area amounts to tectonic events manifested in the studied area 20 mW/m2, about 30% of the present day specific heat flow in the region.

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