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The Battle to Reduce Maternal Deaths in Southern Lima.
Vega
PLOS Medicine , 2006,
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Cultural Factors That Influence the Intervention with Latin-American Minors  [PDF]
Reina Castellanos Vega
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2015.65056
Abstract: This article tries to announce the cultural factors that influence the intervention with Latin-American minors. For it there offers a general vision of the situation that the minors present in some countries of Latin America (Colombia, Ecuador and Dominican Republic) due to the fact that according to information of the last poll of the National Institute of Statistics, in Spain they represent the second group of immigration and if one speaks about minors have a major presence in Spanish soil being outlined the band of age between the 10 to 19 years. It is a study of descriptive character; the interview is in use to key informants who come from Latin America especially from the renowned countries previously. In this investigation, the situation of the minors is described in risk in his native land, the familiar models inside the Latin culture, the role of the man and the woman, the migratory process, the meeting with the culture of reception, the reasons and motives that take these young persons to the formation of gangs, the situation that the same ones present in the Spanish company and which are the cultural guidelines that can influence at the moment of attend users of Latin-American origin. One has thought that the young persons form gangs to find the fondness and the attention, often denied in the home or to be protected from other gangs; on the other hand, it highlights an increase of the feminine headquarters where there is related to the belief increasingly widespread that the children are a private cost that must be taken up office basically for the women; in addition, the young persons observe his parents with the modal of economic but not emotional stability.
Hermeneutical Engineering of Requirements  [PDF]
Wagner Varalda, ítalo S. Vega
Journal of Computer and Communications (JCC) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jcc.2017.52002
Abstract: The Software Engineering aims to develop, within the deadlines and costs established, quality software and that meets the needs of its users. To be made the definition of what the software should do (to establish its purpose), it included the execution of activity the Requirements Engineering, where the context of software to be developed is identified, examined and specified. All other activities of software development depend primarily on this activity. However, there is a problem increasingly in evidence: understand the context of software to be developed. This article aims to present a proposal to face this problem through the use of specific hermeneutical methods for the Requirements Engineering, which will help the software development team understand the original needs of the business to be attended. The basic idea is to produce a hermeneutic specification acceptable, which will be used for the extraction and the specification of the software requirements to be developed. In essence, the hermeneutics focuses on the true interpretation and understanding in contextualized of what is intended to know. The Hermeneutical Engineering of Requirements comes to be the result of the adequacy of methods hermeneutical to assist, specifically the activity of Engineering of Requirements.
Hermeneutical Theodolite of Requirements: Evaluating and Revealing the Quality Grades of Software Requirements and of Domain of Application  [PDF]
Wagner Varalda, ítalo Santiago Vega
Journal of Computer and Communications (JCC) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jcc.2018.65004
Abstract: Throughout the development of software, during Requirements Engineering activities, software requirements dynamically and constantly evolve and mature from an “identified” stage to an “approved” stage. This evolution takes place individually for each requirement, in a very particular way, because it depends on the level of understanding that the requirements engineer reaches in relation to it. How, then, to monitor the evolution of each software requirement? How to know the quality of each software requirement? How to measure the level of understanding and difficulty that the requirements engineer has in relation to each software requirement? This paper aims to present a proposal to answer these questions through the use of an instrument developed specifically to assess and reveal the quality grades of each software requirement and also to assess and reveal that the levels of understanding and of difficulty of the requirements engineer is in relation to each software requirement. This instrument was called the Hermeneutical Theodolite of Requirements, which also can be applied to evaluate that the levels of understanding and of difficulty of the requirements engineer is in relation to the domain of application, essential input artifact and primordial to the specification of the requirements of software.
Hermeneutical Elicitation of Requirements: A Technical Perspective to Improve the Conception of the Software Requirements  [PDF]
Wagner Varalda, ítalo Santiago Vega
Journal of Computer and Communications (JCC) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jcc.2018.69010
Abstract: In order to develop quality software that meets the originals needs of its users, it is necessary to perform the Requirements Engineering, so that the software context to be developed is identified, examined and specified properly. However, there is a problem that is increasingly in debate: the difficulty in understanding and establishing the purpose of the software to be developed, as pointed out by important researches in the area, such as the Chaos Report, which indicates that only 29% of software projects are successful, and the Software Engineering Institute, which points out software requirements as a critical factor for the success of software engineering and that deficiencies in this dimension are the main causes of software project failures. This article presents a proposal to address this problem through the use of the Hermeneutical Elicitation of Requirements, which is the conceptual adequacy of some hermeneutical methods in a technical approach that assists the requirements engineer to conceive better of the software requirements. In this way, the software engineer will be better able to develop the software to better meet the needs of its end users and sponsors.
The Battle to Reduce Maternal Deaths in Southern Lima
Luis Vega
PLOS Medicine , 2006, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pmed.0030016
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Algunos problemas de estética y hermenéutica
Vega, Amador;
Diánoia , 2009,
Abstract: answers to isabel cabrera and zenia yébenes escardó on the possibility of an apophatic aesthetics and its relation to the experience of the sacred in art. i return to te question of the opportunity of the idea of mistery and religion in relation to some new studies in theology and philosophy.
Estética apofática y hermenéutica del misterio: elementos para una crítica de la visibilidad
Vega, Amador;
Diánoia , 2009,
Abstract: throughout the twentieth century different hermeneutics of negativity helped reflect on the spiritual debts to negative theology, and in particular to the major mystical trends of medieval europe. the technical term "apophatic (or negative) aesthetics" is proposed to define the work of some twentieth-century artists, who are considered the heirs of these traditions. in this article, a painting by mark rothko (1903-1970) is studied. in it some central motifs of the modern religious experience can be traced. the hermeneutics of negativity is to be understood as a preamble to apophatic aesthetics, with its ascetic and mystical roots set out from a new historical reality, in which the difference between sacred and profane is no longer significant.
EXPERIENCIAS DE CORDILLERA, ECOS DE FRíO: RELATOS CRUZADOS ENTRE CHILE Y QUITO EN EL SIGLO XVI
Vega,Alejandra;
Revista chilena de literatura , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-22952011000300012
Abstract: in the hispanic narrative of the conquest of peru, we can identify two different yet related episodes: pedro de alvarado's journey to quito in 1534 and the expedition to chile commanded by diego de almagro in 1535-1536. this article discusses the echoes than can be pinpointed in the accounts of both experiences in a corpus of texts written or printed around 1550 (gonzalo fernández de oviedo, francisco lópez de gómara, pedro cieza de león and agustín de zárate). by tracing unexpected similarities and differences, this proposal discusses the importance of oral circulation of histories amongst peruvian conquistadors. the features of conversation, as a social practice, allowed the register ofan early christian conceptualization of the tawantinsuyu territory. here quito and chile became frontier marks of the conquered space, thus enabling a superposition of these places as they were characterized by a shared set of mountain-related images.
Perspectivas de la estética y la política en J. F. Lyotard
Vega,Amparo;
Revista de Estudios Sociales , 2010,
Abstract: the central perspectives and concepts of the aesthetics and politics of the philosophy of jean-fran?oise lyotard are presented in this text. the emergence from the war leads lyotard, starting with his first texts in 1948, to question politics, ask for a critical philosophy (phenomenology, 1954), and a later distance himself from philosophy during the years in which he became a militant with the marxist group which published the magazine socialism or barbarism, with which he remains until 1966. why philosophyze (1964) captures the aforementioned experience and defines the orientation and research themes of later investigations of critical philosophy from which aesthetics, politics, and the concepts that relate these two areas are given thought. a first critical perspective of aesthetics focuses on the relationship between desire and arts, and between desire and the critical discourse, starting with discourse, figure (1971) and ending with libidinal economy (1974). this study ends with a nietzsche-like aesthetic and politic described as paths adrift with the strongest of libidinal intensities. the evaluation of these practices in libidinal economy and the devices of capitalism, in particular, lead lyotard to change his perspective. from pragmatic analyses of the games of language in discourses, knowledge and tales, as well as the practices and institutions of advanced societies, the postmodern condition (1982-1985) integrates the aesthetic manner of reflexive judgement (kant) to the proposal of a postmodern "critical knowledge". the enthusiasm (1986) proposes a analogy of aesthetic and critical judgment applied to the political. due to the multiplication of languages and their heterogeneity, unsolvable conflicts arise which are analyzed by lyotard, mostly under the concept of diferend (the difference, 1983), the sublime in the postmodern explained to children, and the inhuman. in covering these issues, this text defines steps and analogous elements between critique, a
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