• 0 Relatório de estágio pedagógico desenvolvido na Escola Secundária José Falcão junto da turma 1 do 11º no ano letivo de 2015/2016 : aptidão física nas aulas de educação físic

      Martins, Raul Agostinho Simões; Francisco, Paulo Jorge Neto de Jesus; Santos, Cindhy Tanit Juliano dos (2016)
      Relatório de estágio do mestrado em Ensino da Educação Física nos Ensinos Básico e Secundário, apresentado à Faculdade de Ciências do Desporto e Educação Física da Universidade de Coimbra
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 ‘That extra sparkle’: students’ experiences of volunteering and the impact on satisfaction and employability in higher education

      Barton, Emma; Bates, Elizabeth A.; O'Donovan, Rachel (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2017-08-31)
      Research suggests that students entering Higher Education are doing so with greater expectations around their graduate employability. Students’ volunteering activities have been of interest to academics, but the impact of these activities on learning, employability and student satisfaction has been neglected. The current study investigated whether students who volunteered felt it benefited them, whether they felt they were more employable and whether they perceived their course as satisfying in combination with their volunteering. This small-scale qualitative study used a sample of psychology undergraduate students in focus groups (n = 11), and also a number of psychology graduate interviews (n = 6) from one UK university. Thematic analysis produced several key themes including students’ motivations to begin volunteering, which were mainly career-oriented; their motivations to continue, which included rewarding feelings and personal development; the impact of volunteering on their psychology degree, which included situated learning; and their perceptions of their volunteering and its impact on their employability. The findings indicated many reasons for both starting and continuing with volunteering activities with a clear narrative among this sample that volunteering enhanced their employment and postgraduate prospects. Findings are discussed in line with the current context of Higher Education and the implications for both students and Higher Education Institutions.
    • 0 1997, by the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Evaluation of 32Si as a tracer for measuring silica production rates in marine waters

      The Pennsylvania State University CiteSeerX Archives; Mat-k A. Brzezinski; Dennis R. Phillips (2013-07-17)
      The radioisotope 32Si was evaluated as a tracer for measuring silica production rates in marine waters. j2Si is a weak p-emitter that decays to 32P allowing the isotope to be used to determine simultaneously the production rate of biogenic silica and organic phosphorus. High specific activity ‘*Si, 42,000-52,000 Bq (pug Si)-I, was produced by the proton spallation of KCl. Reasonable tracer additions result in only nanomolar increases in the ambient silicic acid and orthophosphate concentrations during production rate experiments. Protocols for quantifying the amount of 32Si and 32P in samples by liquid scintillation counting (LSC) and gas-flow proportional counting (GFPC) are presented. Both protocols eliminate the 4-month wait for secular equilibrium between 32Si and 72P required by earlier methods. GFPC is especially useful as the instrumentation is lightweight and portable allowing real-time analysis of samples at sea. Real-time analysis by GFPC at sea and postcruise analysis by LSC gave results that agreed to within 17 and 7 % for 12Si and 32e respectively. Subsequent intercalibrations of the LSC and GFPC methods indicated that agreement to within O.l-4 % for both isotopes can be achieved. Parallel incubations of samples from Monterey Bay, California, using the radioisotope 32Si and the stable isotope ‘OSi gave silica production rates that generally agreed to within 30%. No significant bias was observed between rates obtained with the two tracers. The greater sensitivity and ease of analysis of the radioisotope makes 32Si the tracer of choice for future studies of silica
    • 0 formalizacji związku przyczynowego

      Karl-Marx-Universität, Leipzig Sektion Marxistisch-Leninstische Philosophie; Urchs, Max (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2015-05-08)
      Im Rahmen der formalen Logik versucht man auf verschiedene Art und Weise
 Implikationen zu definieren, die den intuitiven Cehalt der "weil..., darum..."
 Beziehung wiedergeben. Einige dieser Formalisierungsansätze werden vorgestellt.
 Am Beispiele einer auf Jaśkowski zurückgehenden Konzeption wird demonstriert,
 wie man kausale Beziehungen repräsentierende Funktoren semantisch
 charakterisieren kann. Man konstruiert dazu zunächst n-dimensionale Kripke-
 -Modelle, in denen eine nichtklassische aussagenlogische Sprache interpretiert
 wird. Die Ausdrucksmittel der Sprache gestatten die Definition verschiedener
 Kausalfunktoren, deren Eigenschaften überdies von der jeweiligen Modellklasse
 abhängen. Man erhält also eine Vielzahl formaler Entsprechungen für die intuitive
 Kausalbeziehung, unter denen die den jeweiligen Anschauungen am nächsten
 kommende auszuwählen ist.
    • 0 jornalismo como sistema perito

      Miguel,Luis Felipe (Departamento de Sociologia da Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas da Universidade de São Paulo, 1999-05-01)
      análise do jornalismo (entendido em sentido amplo, isto é, como difusão de notícias por quaisquer meios) com base em categorias extraídas da obra As conseqüências da modernidade do sociólogo inglês Anthony Giddens. O jornalismo é visto como um sistema perito, isto é, um sistema de excelência técnica cuja efetividade repousa na confiança depositada por seus consumidores. A partir daí, busca-se estabelecer a centralidade da imprensa nos processos políticos contemporâneos e o desafio que ela lança ao ordenamento democrático.
    • 0 jornalismo como sistema perito Journalism as expert system

      Luis Felipe Miguel (Universidade de Sâo Paulo, 1999-05-01)
      análise do jornalismo (entendido em sentido amplo, isto é, como difusão de notícias por quaisquer meios) com base em categorias extraídas da obra As conseqüências da modernidade do sociólogo inglês Anthony Giddens. O jornalismo é visto como um sistema perito, isto é, um sistema de excelência técnica cuja efetividade repousa na confiança depositada por seus consumidores. A partir daí, busca-se estabelecer a centralidade da imprensa nos processos políticos contemporâneos e o desafio que ela lança ao ordenamento democrático.<br>The article analyses the press (understood as news' diffusion by any means) making use of Anthony Giddens' concepts in The consequences of modernity. The press is seen as an expert system, that is, a system with technique excellence, whose efficacy depends on the trust of its consumers. From this observation, the article searches to establish the centrality of the press in contemporary political procedures and the defiance it introduces to the democratic order.

      The Pennsylvania State University CiteSeerX Archives (2011-10-29)
      The Israeli ultra-orthodox population doubles every seventeen years. With 60 % of prime aged males attending yeshiva rather than working, that community is rapidly outgrowing its resources. Why do fathers with families in poverty choose yeshiva over work? Draft deferments subsidize yeshiva attendance, yet attendance typically continues long after the attendants are draft exempt. I explain this puzzle with a club good model in which yeshiva attendance signals commitment to the community. Subsidizing membership in a club with sacrifice as an entry requirement induces increased sacrifice, compounding the distortion and dissipating the subsidy. Policies treating members and potential entrants equally are Pareto improving. The analysis may generalize to other ‘fundamentalist ’ groups that respond to the incursion of markets by increasing the stringency of prohibitions and sacrifice.
    • 0 semantičkom sadržaju i tvorbi obiteljskih nadimaka u Pagu

      Kustić, Nikola (Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 1993-05-10)
      Many years of traffic isolation of the town of Pag, which is situated within a deep bay in the central part of the Island of Pag, resulted in preservation of many traditions, especially "cakavizm” as a form of cakavian dialect. Although the official family names had been recorded very early (in the year of 1399), family nicknames had developed, too, out of necessity and in order to individualize and to differentiate many families who had the same family names. From the language point of view, family nicknames in Pag are not dialectal patronymic variants, but rather lexically new words that substitute exchange patronymics in everyday’s informal use. Like all onomastic lexical words, nicknames too belong to the basic language expressive elements of the spoken language of Pag, and live according to its rules, preserving its semantic content and lexical meaning. Family nicknames of Pag have been formed mainly on the bases of their Christian names, occupation, character, physical or mental characteristics of an individual. However, there are also nonsemantic nicknames that have originated from erroneously pronounced Italian words; some of the nicknames lost their meaning due to phonetic changes which then caused the loss of the initial morpheme structure of the words. With regard to the origin motivation, nicknames as language categories have the form of Christian or family names, and are most often monosyllabic nouns or substantiated other words, because by use of nouns semantic structure of the content is best expressed. The formative structure of family nicknames of Pag opens those formative elements which are characteristic of cakavian dialect with an obvious influence of the neighbouring stokavian spoken language. From the structural point ov view, it is possible to place them into three groups: unchanged, changed and complex nicknames. Unchanged nicknames consist of monosyllabic words. To the group of changed nicknames is belong most of those that have the form of a family names, or have originated from Christian names. There are very few complex nicknames with distinguishable parts. All nicknames have feminine and masculine gender forms, and regularly have both singular and plural forms. Singular forms may be declined as nouns of masculine or feminine gender. Plural forms are declined as adjectives according to the pronominal declention, showing their belonging to specific families. Regardless of the existence of the basis and their root morpheme, which could have, as the meaningful lexeme bearer, being formed under the influence of the Italian language, the family nicknames of Pag, as derivatives, are entirely formed according to the rules of the Croatian language, because Pag has always belonged to the Croatian linguistic corpus.
    • 0 Students Sanskrit English Dictionary Apte Reduced Size

      Dr. Narinder Sharma
      Dharma books, Hinduism literature, Hinduism books, Philosphy books, '0Students Sanskrit English Dictionary - Apte - reduced size.pdf'
    • 0 to 10,000,000 (commission for Oxford University Biochemistry Department)

      Cattrell, A. (2013-02-21)
 The Biochemistry Department at Oxford University in collaboration with architects Hawkins Brown commissioned four artists to make permanent art works for their new building. The project was called Saltbridges which is a term in protein chemistry that describes ion pairs, a form of strong interaction between oppositely charged residues.
 It refers literally and metaphorically to the dynamic relationships between artists and scientists that the project encouraged. Saltbridges aims were to; commission new art works; to encourage intellectual dialogue between research scientists and artists and to establish an outstanding contemporary art collection for the Department.
 The artists selected for the commissions were Peter Fraser, Nicky Hirst, Tim Head and Annie Cattrell.
 All of them worked closely with the scientists (who are world renown in their professional fields) in order to make new commissions for the building that referenced concepts and ideas about the research that is undertaken in this specific environment .
 Saltbridges included two large-­‐scale commissions on glass by Nicky Hirst (The Glass Menagerie and Portal).
 A residency in Structural Bioinformatics and Computational Biochemistry by Tim Head resulting in a digital light work and design for the atrium carpet (Light Cycle and Open Field).
 A photography residency by Peter Fraser leading to large-­‐scale photographic works for the new building.
 Annie Cattrell worked closely with Professor Jonathan Hodgkin whose research on the genetic development of the nematode has contributed to the winning of a Nobel Prize in 2009 (at Cambridge University) and him wining the Genetics Society Medal in 2012.
 This research investigates how the combining and synthesis of current artistic, and scientific methods, can form new, and challenging approaches, and discourses, in the production of site specific artworks.
 The methodology for this output is informed by the seminal text by CP Snow on ‘The Two Cultures’ (1959), and subsequent contemporary publications that revisit the art, humanities, and science discourse, such as ‘Art & Science’ by Ede (2005), and ‘Visualizations, The Nature Book of Art and Science’, by Martin Kemp (2000).
 The research question was intended to show how art, and science, can or cannot, combine to make new aesthetic, and conceptual approaches to making art.
 The methodological process involved questioning:
 1. The scientific method, as a way of understanding living matter, including ethical, impartial and empirical approaches.
 2. New approaches that can inform sculptural language, as mediated through the use of 3D prototyping, and laser technologies.
 3. Visual aesthetics, and the use of metaphor, in combining artistic and scientific intentions, and concepts to form new artworks.
 This research lead to Cattrell being commissioned, by Oxford University, to make ‘0 to 10,000,000’ which is a suspended permanent artwork for the air space in the atrium, in the purpose built new Biochemistry Department, designed by architects Hawkins Brown.
 Initially Cattrell had dialogues with Professor Jonathan Hodgkin, of Oxford University Biochemistry Department, about current biochemical research, and more specifically his research into developmental genetics. Hodgkin’s recent research had contributed to the joint winning of a Nobel Prize in 2009, at Cambridge University, and winning the Genetics Society Medal in 2012.
 The title of the commission ‘0 to 10,000,000’, refers to the numerical range of the temperature within matter, suggesting and referencing an understanding through scientific measurement, of the complex relationship between a single unit, and a mass of units or particles in a dynamic state of inter-dependency.
 ‘0’ relates to freezing, where no movement takes place, and ‘10,000,000’ to the inner temperature of the core of the sun, which is a plasma where matter is made, and new elements are formed. Plasma is the fourth state of matter, which is not solid, liquid, nor gas. It is composed of free moving electrons and ions, which are atoms that have lost electrons, and under certain circumstances, protons and neutrons, which makes up 99% of the visible universe. The idea of plasma is relevant from the cosmic, to the bio-molecular scale. 
 Cattrell’s work was composed of a multitude of coloured, suspended resin bird formations. The colours of the birds references temperature. and the overall effect of the piece is to make a metaphorical, sculptural, genetic plasma. The configuration of the work used the flocking patterns of 156 casts, which where made from two taxidermy birds. These were laser scanned, digitally abstracted, and reconfigured using rapid prototyping techniques. 
 Represented beyond the literal, the flock referred to the genetic scientific use, and understanding of living organisms, the dynamic potential of living matter to act as a metaphor, because everything is in constant flux, and the questioning of how three dimensional visual representation can suggest holistic vantage points of understanding complexity.
    • 0 типичных свойствах личности вовлекаемого в совершение преступления несовершеннолетнего

      Ряузова, Галина (Федеральное государственное казенное образовательное учреждение высшего профессионального образования «Санкт-Петербургский университет Министерства внутренних дел Российской Федерации», 2012)
      В статье рассмотрены типичные свойства личности несовершеннолетнего, вовлекаемого в совершение преступления, особенности формирования системы его ценностей и нравственных идеалов, значимость полной информации о вовлеченном для эффективного планирования мероприятий по розыску важнейших доказательств по делу о вовлечении несовершеннолетнего в совершение преступления.

      The Pennsylvania State University CiteSeerX Archives (2016-10-21)
      The purpose of this study was to assess children's and adults ' quantitative understanding of fractions in a new and potentially definitive way, and to determine whether this understanding was related to fraction computational skill. Thirty-seven seventh graders and 32 adults (college students) participated in the study. A computation task was used to classify subjects as "good " or "poor " at fraction computation. An estimation task was used to classify the same subjects as "good " or "poor " at understanding fraction size. If such understanding is important to learning or remembering fraction computation rules, subjects would be expected to be "good " or "poor " at both. The study indicated that a quantitative notion of fractions was only one of the variables determining fraction computational skill. (RH) Reproductions supplied by EDRS are the best that can be made from the original document.
    • 0,07m2 par habitant

      Lalande, Aude; Mangeot, Philippe; Tuleu, Benoît (2005)
      Résuméentretien avec Gérald Grunberg, directeur de la Bpi
    • 0- 23-2017 TLC Sermon

      Trinity Lutheran Church of Vancouver Washington (Trinity Lutheran Church of Vancouver Washington, 2017-07-23)
      Weeds among the Wheat Reading: Matthew 13:24-30
    • 0-07-2007SambathSamskaranam

    • 0-6 aylik bebeği olan annelerin anne sütünü artırmaya yönelik geleneksel uygulamaları / Traditional applications to improve breast milk production of mothers having infants between 0 to 6 months of age

      Akdolun Balkaya, Nevin; Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi, Sağlık Bilimleri Enstitüsü, Doğum-Kadın Sağlığı ve Hastalıkları Hemşireliği Anabilim Dalı; Gökduman, Mine (Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi, Sağlık Bilimleri Enstitüsü, 2016-01-13)
      Araştırma 0-6 aylık bebeği olan annelerin anne sütünü artırmaya yönelik geleneksel uygulamalarını belirlemek amacıyla tanımlayıcı ve kesitsel olarak yapılmıştır. Çalışma, Kütahya ili belediye sınırları içindeki 1-14 No'lu Merkez Sağlık Ocakları'nda gerçekleştirilmiştir. Örneklemi 216 anne oluşturmuştur. Veriler araştırmacı tarafından literatüre göre hazırlanan soru formuyla toplanmıştır. Verilerin toplanabilmesi için Kütahya İl Sağlık Müdürlüğü'nden resmi izin ve Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi Tıp Fakültesi Etik Kurulu'ndan etik onay alınmış, anneler araştırma hakkında bilgilendirilmiş ve yazılı onamları alınmıştır. Veriler araştırmacı tarafından annelerin evlerinde ziyaret edilmesi ve yüz yüze görüşme sırasında soru-cevap yöntemiyle toplanmıştır. Veriler 01.07.2008-20.07.2008 tarihlerinde toplanmıştır. Verilerin değerlendirilmesinde tanımlayıcı istatistikler ile Ki-kare, Exact Ki-kare ve tek yönlü varyans analizi (ANOVA) kullanılmıştır Yaş ortalaması 26.85±4.87 olan annelerin %53.2'si ilkokul mezunu, %89.4'ü ev hanımı ve %45.8'i yetersiz gelirlidir Annelerin %90.3'ü bebeklerini ilk 30 dakikada emzirmiştir. Annelerin %75'i bebeklerini ilk altı ayda sadece anne sütüyle beslemeyi düşünmelerine rağmen, %65'i bunu gerçekleştirebilmiştir. Annelerin %72.7'si sütlerinin yeterli olduğunu düşünmektedir ve bunların %68.8'inin bebekleri yeterli ağırlıktadır. Annelerin %77.8'i emzirme konusunda eğitim almamıştır. Annelerin %19.9'u sütlerini artırmak için hiçbir uygulama yapmamış, çok azı (%9.2) modern uygulama, çoğu geleneksel (%47.9) ve geleneksel+modern (%42.7) uygulamaları yapmışlardır. En çok su (%62), süt (%24.1), tatlı (%20.8), incir (%18.1), soğan (%17.6), meyve-meyve suyu (%16.2), rezene çayı (%14.8) ve sebze-yeşilliğin (%13.9) sütü arttırdığına inanılmaktadır. Anne sütünü artırmaya yönelik uygulamaları annelerin yaşı, çalışma durumu, gelir durumu, yaşayan çocuk sayısı, besleme şekli, sütlerinin yeterliliğine ilişkin düşünceleri ile emzirme anne sütünü artırıcı önlemler/uygulamalar konusunda eğitim alma durumu, bebeğin yaşı ve anne sütüyle beslemeyi düşündükleri süre etkilemektedir (p<0.05).
    • 0-8: Young children's Internet use

      Holloway, Donell J; Green, Lelia R; Brady, Danielle J (Research Online, 2013-01-01)
      Internet participation, by young children (0-8) is increasing world-wide. Tweens (9-12 year olds) usage patterns now resemble of those of teenagers 5 to 6 years ago, and younger schoolaged children’s usage is increasing to the equivalent of tweens. Pre-schoolers are also going online at ever-increasing rates. This paper reports on evidence assembled in an international network of Internet researchers about young children under 9 and their increasing engagement with the Internet. The increase in children’s (0-8) Internet participation indicates certain trends and usage patterns that warrant further attention by researchers, educators and policy makers. Primary school aged children under the age of 9 are visiting ‘virtual worlds’—Web sites such as Minecraft, Club Penguin and Webkinz—that have components of social networking (Bauman & Tantum, 2009; Gee 2013; Tuukkanen et al, 2012), as well as joining 13+ social network sites such as Facebook (.Young Children, 2012). These under-agers are, as a result of youth and inexperience, less likely to have the digital skills needed to negotiate these sites safely (Livingstone et al, 2011). The increasing popularity of touch screen devices (iPads, smartphones) with pre-schoolers is also contributing to the increase in young children accessing the Internet (Brouwer et al, 2011; Verenikina et al, 2001), yet contemporary paediatric advice is to heavily restrict screen time for young children (eg. Sigman, 2012). It is unclear whether such advice accounts for the opportunities inherent in interactive play technologies. To date, little is known about the benefits and opportunities, or the risks and challenges, of children’s internet use in the 0-8 year old age group. Most research has concentrated on older children, partly because the primary concern to date has been around teenagers and partly because there are many more methodological, cost and ethical issues associated with researching younger children. From what we do know about younger children’s increased internet activity, however, it is becomming apparent that more research is needed.
    • _0-xrusn Medical and Ethical Issues in Genetic Screening An Academic View

      The Pennsylvania State University CiteSeerX Archives; Neil A. Holtzman (2013-04-03)
      This article is intended to acquaint those whose principal concerns are the health and safety of workers with genetic screening and some of the medical and ethical issues it raises. Populationbased genetic screening increasingly is being considered for predicting future disease in the person being screened. A major problem in screening for alleles that contribute to the development of common, multifactorial disorders is low sensitivity and positive predictive value. In many instances, no demonstrably effective prophylaxis or treatment is available to help those with positive test results. This creates ethical problems of assuring that testing is in the person's best interest and raises in turn issues of autonomy, discrimination, and privacy. Instead of screening for genetic predispositions to harm from workplace exposures, other means of improving the health of workers may bring greater benefits to a higher proportion of workers. The current state of genetic tests for chronic beryllium disease are considered. None are suitable
    • 0. H. Luders, A List Of Brahmi Inscriptions From The Earliest Times To About A. D. 400 NORTH

      Dr. Narinder Sharma
      Sanskrit Literature, Hinduism texts, Hinduism Books In Italian, Libri indù in italiano, letteratura sanscrita, testi indiani, Tantra, '0. H. Luders, A List of Brahmi Inscriptions from the Earliest Times to about A.D. 400 NORTH.pdf'