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Association of Socioeconomic Factors to Domestic Violence and Murder of Women: The Case of Yucatán, México  [PDF]
Yolanda Oliva Pe?a
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2016.714175
Abstract: Registration of deaths classified as femicide, is an issue that occupies a breach of law, and that in this matter inconsistencies and absences in the information generated persist and persist in popular culture a strong stigma that various social groups and affected (victims) lead to underreporting of gender violence. Documentary research that conducted to determine the association of geographic areas and social factors related to violence to women occurred in the state of Yucatan during 2004 to 2014. Of the major findings of this study are: there are significant differences in the presence of domestic violence with the economic sector with a value of the test statistic of 13,500 with two degrees of freedom, a significant difference with a P-value of 0.001 (P-value < 0.05) was obtained, and P-value 0.000 (P-value < 0.05) for the murders of women. Geospatial distribution shows that the municipalities highest number of cases reported are found in large cities, and related to the three sectors of economic activity. Geographical distribution is North, South and East of the state. We conclude that it is required to have a surveillance system for the prevention of gender violence, also provide therapy to both men and women who have lived or have used violence systematically and taught by trained and sensitive to provide such care staff, and thus prevent deaths from gender violence.
Protective Green Patinas on Copper in Outdoor Constructions  [PDF]
Yolanda Hedberg, Inger Odnevall Wallinder
Journal of Environmental Protection (JEP) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jep.2011.27109
Abstract: The last 15 years of research related to atmospheric corrosion and the release of copper to the environment are shortly summarized. Brown and green patinas with high barrier properties for corrosion are gradually evolved on copper at atmospheric conditions. The corrosion process and repeated dry and wet cycles results in a partial dissolution of corrosion products within the patina. Dissolved copper can be released and dispersed into the environment via the action of rainwater, however the major part is rearranged within the patina during drying cycles. The majority of corrosion products formed have a poor solubility, very different from water soluble copper salts. The release process is very slow and takes place independent of patina color. Its extent has only a marginal effect on the adherent patina. Released copper rapidly interacts with organic matter and in contact with different surfaces already in the close vicinity of the building, such as drainage systems, storm water pipes, pavements, stone materials and soil systems. These surfaces all have high capacities to retain copper in the runoff water and to reduce its concentration and chemical form to non-available and non-toxic levels for aquatic organisms.
Henry Pittier y los inicios del Herbario Nacional de Venezuela
TEXERA,Yolanda;
Acta Botánica Venezuelica , 2006,
Abstract: abstract the paper shows the building of the venezuelan national herbarium till the death of its founder, theamerican botanist born in switzerland henri pittier (1857-1950). it present, through the correspondence that henri pittier had with officials and colleagues, local and foreign, the struggle and the loneliness a man of science can find when trying to build a scientific oriented institution in a hostile or unfriendly environment to this kind of enterprise.
Programa de educación ambiental para la cuenca del río mucujún: una ventana de extensión universitaria
Molina,Yolanda;
Educere , 2006,
Abstract: this article shows the first results of the first year of execution of the environmental education program for the mucujún ’s river basin, which took place with 27 students from the 4th year of forestry engineering, in the area of extension and community involvement, school of forestry and environmental sciences of the university of los andes, with the financial help of the company “aguas de mérida ”. the program aims to contribute to the conservation of the mucujún river basin, which has a vital role in supplying water to the city of mérida, creating an environmental conscience in the youth population. this program was designed for 155 students from seven schools along the basin. nine specific projects were implemented, designed according to the problems that are worsening our natural resources, especially those that afect the quality and quantity of water and according to the possibilities and interests expressed by the teachers and coordinators in the schools. the results show a 36% of execution of activities above the planned ones (75 of 55). also, the work done through these projects gained enthusiasm and allowed for a dynamic and interactive education which helped the forestry students and the children from the participating schools in the acquisition of knowledge, understanding new concepts, developing positive attitudes for the conservation of the environment, as well as other skills. the program brought academia into solving problems in the real world and allowed the use of the basin area as an open classroom for teaching and application of rural extension courses. also, 5 structures for earthworm farming and 3 compost structures were installed.
Migrating techniques, multiplying diagnoses: the contribution of Argentina and Brazil to early 'detection policy' in cervical cancer
Eraso, Yolanda;
História, Ciências, Saúde-Manguinhos , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-59702010000500003
Abstract: this article on the early detection of cervical cancer focuses on the development of two leading diagnostic techniques - colposcopy and the pap smear test - and their histories in argentina and brazil. it explores how diagnostic tools were transferred between europe and the americas, while examining the intersection of cultural and medical aspects and the processes of adaptation and resignification in the receiving countries. colposcopy received little attention in the main western medical centers until south american countries reasserted its significance in the 1950s. 'peripheral' centers played a central role in early detection policies and the combined uses of these methods gave rise to a new stage of 'cumulative confidence' in cervical cancer diagnosis and screening.
A forma??o profissional frente aos desafios da interven??o e das atuais configura??es do ensino público, privado e a distancia
Guerra, Yolanda;
Servi?o Social & Sociedade , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-66282010000400008
Abstract: the current crisis of the capital, together with its new and old determinations, demands metamorphoses from the world of work, which requires a professional profile that serves to this phase of capitalism. my hypothesis is that the current configurations of education are adequate to the demands of the present phase of capitalism, and that such education is guided by the requirements of the labor market. so, the professional background has a double challenge: to unveil and to face the crisis of the capital, as well as the several ways making the working relations and conditions precarious, the flexibility of rights and the emphasis of the social policies that, as a part of the same reasoning, express and influence the professional activity and background.
Aspectos comunicativos y lingüísticos en dos fiestas del estado de Guanajuato
Lastra Yolanda
Forma y Función , 2000,
Abstract: En este trabajo se lleva a cabo una descripción etnográfica en la que se recogen elementos lingüísticos de dos fiestas patronales mexicanas que tienen lugar en las localidades de Cruz del Palmar, Municipios de San Miguel de Allende y San Luis de la Paz, dos poblaciones del estado de Guanajuato. Se analizan eventos comunicativos que dan cuenta de la escogencia de la lengua en relación con contextos específicos.
William Drummond de Hawthornden y sus traducciones de Garcilaso de la Vega en la revista londinense 1616 (1934-1935) = William Drummond of Hawthornden and his translations of Garcilaso de la Vega in the London journal 1616 (1934-1935)
Yolanda MORATó
1611 : Revista de Historia de la Traducción , 2010,
Abstract: Entre 1934 y 1935, los poetas espa oles Manuel Altolaguirre y Concha Méndez publicaron en Londres la revista 1616, con la que aspiraron a compilar en diez hermosos números la mejor lírica inglesa y espa ola. A pesar de que la revista contaba con el original subtítulo saw the death of W. S. & M. de C. , con el que se hacía referencia a la muerte de William Shakespeare y Miguel de Cervantes, no se les incluyó en ningún número, donde sí aparecieron autores contemporáneos como Jorge de Montemayor, Sir Philip Sidney, Garcilaso de la Vega, William Drummond de Hawthornden y Lope de Vega. En este artículo se analizan los condicionantes de la elección de los poemas de Garcilaso y las versiones que de ellos realizó Drummond, publicados en el segundo número. Para ello tomamos como punto de partida la biografía del poeta que Altolaguirre publicó un a o antes, su correspondencia y las conferencias que impartió en Inglaterra. Between 1934 and 1935, Spanish poets Manuel Altolaguirre and Concha Méndez published in London a review called 1616, with the aim of compiling the best English and Spanish poetry in ten stunning issues. Although 1616 bore the original subtitle “saw the death of W. S. & M. C.”, which referred to the year in which William Shakespeare and Miguel de Cervantes died, the writers were not included in any of the issues; however, contemporary authors such as Jorge de Montemayor, Sir Philip Sidney, Garcilaso de la Vega, William Drummond of Hawthornden and Lope de Vega can be found among its pages. This article focuses on Garcilaso’s sonnets and the reasons for choosing Drummond’s versions for the second issue of 1616, taking as a starting point Altolaguirre’s correspondence, his biography of Garcilaso (1933), and the lectures he gave in Britain.
Henry Pittier y los inicios del Herbario Nacional de Venezuela
Yolanda TEXERA
Acta Botánica Venezuelica , 2006,
Abstract: El presente artículo relata el proceso de construcción del Herbario Nacional de Venezuela hasta la muerte de su fundador, el botánico norteamericano de origen suizo Henri Pittier (1857-1950).A través de la correspondencia que Pittier mantuvo con funcionarios y colegas locales y extranjeros se muestra la lucha, a la vez que la soledad, que puede encontrar el hombre de ciencia que trata de construir una institución científica en un medio hostil o en todo caso poco sensibilizado para acoger y apoyar iniciativas de ese tipo. ABSTRACT The paper shows the building of the Venezuelan National Herbarium till the death of its founder, theAmerican Botanist born in Switzerland Henri Pittier (1857-1950). It present, through the correspondence that Henri Pittier had with officials and colleagues, local and foreign, the struggle and the loneliness a man of science can find when trying to build a scientific oriented institution in a hostile or unfriendly environment to this kind of enterprise.
Transversal Lines of the Debates
Yolanda Onghena
Revista CIDOB d'Afers Internacionals , 1998,
Abstract: The Transversal Lines of the Debates gathers for publication the presentations of the scholars invited to the seminar. In the papers, Yolanda Onghena observes that the evolution from the cultural to the inter-cultural travels along four axes: the relations between cultureand society; the processes of change within identity-based dynamics; the representations of the Other; and, interculturality. Throughout the presentations and subsequent debates, whenever the different participants referred to aspects of the cultural identity problematic--”angst”, “obsession”, “deficit”, manipulation”, and others, these same participants in the Transversal Lines of the Debates also showed that, in certain areas, an optimistic viewpoint is not out of the question.
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