By Christoph Kohl
Despite excessive levels of cultural and ethnic range in addition to winning political instability, Guinea-Bissau's inhabitants has constructed a robust feel of nationwide belonging. by means of reading either modern and old views, A Creole Nation explores how creole id, tradition, and political leaders have encouraged postcolonial nation-building approaches in Guinea-Bissau, and the ways that the phenomenon of cultural creolization leads to the emergence of recent identities.
Download PDF by Dwight B. Billings,Gurney Norman,Katherine Ledford: Back Talk from Appalachia: Confronting Stereotypes
By Dwight B. Billings,Gurney Norman,Katherine Ledford
Appalachia has lengthy been stereotyped as a area of feuds, moonshine stills, mine wars, environmental destruction, joblessness, and hopelessness. Robert Schenkkan's 1992 Pulitzer-Prize successful play The Kentucky Cycle once more followed those stereotypes, recasting the yankee fable as a narrative of repeated failure and poverty--the failure of the yankee spirit and the poverty of the yankee soul. Dismayed through nationwide critics' loss of awareness to the adverse depictions of mountain humans within the play, a gaggle of Appalachian students rallied opposed to the stereotypical representations of the region's humans. In again speak from Appalachia, those writers speak again to the yank mainstream, confronting head-on those that view their domestic quarter one-dimensionally. The essays, written by means of historians, literary students, sociologists, artistic writers, and activists, supply quite a few responses. a few research the resources of Appalachian mythology in 19th- and early twentieth-century literature. Others display own reports and examples of grassroots activism that confound and contradict approved photos of ""hillbillies."" the quantity ends with a sequence of reviews aimed without delay on the Kentucky Cycle and comparable modern works that spotlight the sociological, political, and cultural assumptions approximately Appalachia fueling latest fake stereotypes.
Download e-book for kindle: Physical Principles of Medical Ultrasonics by C. R. Hill,J. C. Bamber,G. R. ter Haar
By C. R. Hill,J. C. Bamber,G. R. ter Haar
This re-creation of a well-received ebook treats the phenomenon of ultrasound within the context of clinical and organic purposes, systematically discussing primary actual ideas and ideas. instead of targeting previous remedies, established principally at the simplifications of geometrical acoustics, this book examines innovations of wave acoustics, introducing them within the first actual chapter.
Practical implications of those techniques are explored, first the iteration and nature of acoustic fields, after which their formal descriptions and size. genuine tissues attenuate and scatter ultrasound in ways in which have fascinating relationships to their actual chemistry, and the booklet comprises insurance of those topics.
Physical rules of clinical Ultrasonics additionally comprises severe bills and discussions of the wide range of diagnostic and investigative functions of ultrasound which are now turning into on hand in drugs and biology. The booklet additionally encompasses the biophysics of ultrasound, its functional functions to healing and surgical goals, and its implications in questions of dangers to either sufferer and operator.
By J. Terrence McCabe
Based on 16 years of fieldwork one of the pastoral Turkana humans, McCabe examines how members use the land and make judgements approximately mobility, cattle, and using usual assets in an atmosphere characterised through aridity, unpredictability, lack of confidence, and violence. The Turkana are one of many world's such a lot cellular peoples, yet realizing why and the way they circulation is a posh activity stimulated by means of politics, violence, old kinfolk between ethnic teams, and the govt., in addition to by way of the arid land they name home.
As one of many unique contributors of the South Turkana surroundings venture, McCabe attracts on a wealth of ecological info in his research. His long-standing courting with 4 Turkana households customize his insights and conclusions, inviting readers into the lives of those members, their households, and how they focus on their surroundings and political occasions in day-by-day life.
J. Terrence McCabe is affiliate Professor of Anthropology, collage of Colorado at Boulder.
By Joshua Broder
Diagnostic Imaging for the Emergency Physician, written and edited by a training emergency doctor for emergency physicians, takes a step by step method of the choice and interpretation of in general ordered diagnostic imaging assessments. Dr. Joshua Broder offers demonstrated scientific choice principles, describes time-efficient methods for the emergency healthcare professional to spot critical radiographic findings that effect medical management and discusses scorching subject matters reminiscent of radiation dangers, oral and IV distinction in belly CT, MRI as opposed to CT for occult hip harm, and extra. Diagnostic Imaging for the Emergency Physician has been offered a 2011 PROSE Award for Excellence for the best new e-book in scientific Medicine.
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By Jonas Gleiser
Die Sprache ist ein vielfältiges Mittel für die zwischenmenschliche Kommunikation, aber nicht das Einzige. Auch die Körpersprache ist ein entscheidendes Mittel für die Kommunikation. Sie ist eine Sprache die jeder spricht […]. Schon Paul Watzlawick sagte, „[m]an kann nicht nicht kommunizieren“.
„In allen Lebensbereichen, sei es die Berufswelt, unser privates Umfeld oder die Öffentlichkeit, werden wir mit Reden, Präsentationen, Vorträgen, Werbung oder einfach „nur“ Kommunikation konfrontiert. Wie wir bereits wissen, kann guy nicht, nicht kommunizieren. Auch wenn wir uns zurückziehen und schweigen, kommunizieren wir etwas, dass jemand anders interpretieren kann.“
Da stellt sich die Frage, wie unterschiedlich ist die Körpersprache in anderen Kulturen? Das wir mit Deutsch in beispielsweise Japan nicht viel anfangen können ist klar, da uns dort niemand versteht. Aber verstehen uns die Menschen dort, wenn wir nonverbal kommunizieren?
Robert M. Hayden,Aykan Erdemir,Tu?ba Tanyeri-Erdemir,Timothy's Antagonistic Tolerance: Competitive Sharing of Religious PDF
By Robert M. Hayden,Aykan Erdemir,Tu?ba Tanyeri-Erdemir,Timothy D. Walker,Devika Rangachari,Manuel Aguilar-Moreno,Enrique López-Hurtado,Milica Baki?-Hayden
Antagonistic Tolerance examines styles of coexistence and clash among individuals of other non secular groups, utilizing multidisciplinary examine to research teams who've peacefully intermingled for generations, and who could have constructed elements of syncretism of their non secular practices, and but have became violently on every one other.? Such groups outline themselves as separate peoples, with varied and infrequently competing pursuits, but their interplay is generally peaceful supplied the dominance of 1 team is obvious. the major indicator of dominance is regulate over critical non secular websites, that could be tacitly shared for lengthy sessions, yet later contested or even switched over as dominance alterations. by means of targeting those shared and contested websites, this quantity makes it possible for a much broader knowing of relatives among those groups.
Using a variety of ethnographic, ancient and archaeological information from the Balkans, India, Mexico, Peru, Portugal and Turkey, Antagonistic Tolerance develops a comparative version of the aggressive sharing and transformation of spiritual websites. those stories usually are not regarded as remoted circumstances, yet are as an alternative woven right into a unified analytical framework and is the reason how long term peaceable interactions among non secular groups can flip conflictual or even lead to ethnic cleansing.
By Nihad Farooq
Yuko Miki,Daryle Williams,Elione Silva Guimarães,Isabel's Políticas da raça: Experiências e legados da abolição e da PDF
By Yuko Miki,Daryle Williams,Elione Silva Guimarães,Isabel Cristina Martins Guillen,Israel Ozanam,James Woodard,Jessica Graham,Karl Monsma,Kit McPhee,Luiz Felipe de Alencastro,Marc Hertzman,Marcelo Badaró Mattos,Marcus Vinicius de Freitas Rosa,Maria Helena P
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