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    J√ľrgen Habermas: religi√£o, diversidade cultural e publicidade

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    Este trabalho pretende recuperar o modo particular como J√ľrgen Habermas enfrenta, a partir dos conceitos de publicidade, legitimidade e agir comunicativo, alguns desafios que, em nosso entender, interessam particularmente o pensamento antropol√≥gico contempor√Ęneo: o problema da tradu√ß√£o cultural ou da irredutibilidade das diferen√ßas e o problema do lugar da religi√£o no espa√ßo p√ļblico.The aim of this essay is to take a reflexive view of the particular way J√ľrgen Habermas faces some theorethical challenges that, from my point of view, are particulary interesting to anthropological contemporary thought: the cultural translation problem and the presence of religion on the public space

    Desarrollo de un proyecto profesional de creación de empresa periodística: Inforgráfica, S.L. Una apuesta por la información visual

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    Treball Final de Grau en Periodisme. Codi: PE0932 Curs acad√®mic: 2013-2014INFORGR√ĀFICA, S.L., is an infographic company that focuses on creating infographics for enterprises and a biweekly journal. Also referred to as ‚Äúinformation graphics‚ÄĚ, infographics are representations of information, data or knowledge.INFORGR√ĀFICA, S.L., es una empresa especializada en la realizaci√≥n de infograf√≠as. Se dedica a plasmar la informaci√≥n visualmente y opta √ļnicamente por la comunicaci√≥n visual y la infograf√≠a como canal para explicar y simplificar la realidad

    Defending the aesthetic: the conservation of an artist’s book

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    Modern and contemporary books, easily replaceable in the internet age, are weeded from collections and disposed of because of their poor quality materials and construction. For an art library, where obsolescence is rarely an issue, the 20th- and 21st-century book can be a problem. Rare and seminal works in our collections are crumbling because they are acidic or perhaps they just cannot withstand the handling (and photocopying). We have become alert to the conservation of books from the hand-press period, but do not always know what to do with recent publications, or we cannot afford to undertake the measures necessary. As the artist’s book as an art form reaches its 50th birthday, we highlight the conservation of one such volume, in hopes of opening up discussion about the care of our contemporary treasures

    Colonial Organization of Mine Labour in Charcas 1 (Present-Day Bolivia) and Its Consequences 2 (Sixteenth to the Seventeenth Centuries)

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    This article analyses the changes in the organization of labour during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries in colonial Charcas, present-day Bolivia, focusing on the role that different colonial authorities played in this process and its consequences. The Spanish took advantage of the pre-Hispanic organization of labour from the beginning of their conquest. However, in a colonial context, labour relations changed significantly, and the architect of those alterations was Viceroy Francisco de Toledo. We examine the transformations in mine labour carried out by the Spanish colonial polity; these had a significant effect not only on mining, but also on all labour relations in the southern colonial Andes.Fil: Gil Montero, Raquel. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas. Centro Científico Tecnológico Conicet - Tandil. Instituto de Geografía, Historia y Ciencias Sociales. Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires. Instituto de Geografía, Historia y Ciencias Sociales; ArgentinaFil: Zagalsky, Paula Cecilia. Universidad Nacional de Jujuy; Argentina. Universidad de Buenos Aires; Argentina. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas; Argentin

    Inquiry-based science education in primary school in Spain : teachers' practices

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    Teaching science by inquiry allows students to develop scientific skills, which is key during primary school, and enhances learning. In this study we present the results of a survey to 63 primary school teachers in Spain about their practices in science class and their knowledge about inquiry-based science education (IBSE). Our results show that concept-based paradigm of science is predominant. Scientific skills, besides observation, are not developed, and the concept of research is restricted to bibliographic search. Teachers believe that IBSE is feasible in the Spanish educative system, although they identify the length of the curriculum and the lack of time are the main obstacles

    The role of parental communication and emotional intelligence in child-to-parent violence.

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    In recent years, cases of child-to-parent violence (CPV) have increased significantly, prompting greater scientific interest in clarifying its causes. The aim of this research was to study the relationship between styles of family communication (open, offensive and avoidant), emotional intelligence or EI (attention, repair and perceived emotional clarity) and CPV, taking into account the gender of the aggressors. The participants of the study were 1200 adolescents (46.86% boys) between the ages of 12 and 18 enrolled at secondary schools in the Autonomous Communities of Andalusia and Valencia (M = 13.88, SD = 1.32). A Multivariate Analysis of Variance (MANOVA, 3 √ó 2) was performed with CPV and gender as independent variables and family communication styles and EI as dependent variables. The results showed that the adolescents with low CPV obtained lower scores for offensive and avoidant family communication and higher scores for both positive family communication and emotional repair. The girls scored higher than the boys in both offensive communication and perceived emotional attention. The results highlight the importance of encouraging positive communication, as well as the need to strengthen perceived emotional repair to prevent future cases of CPV

    Parenting dimensions and adolescent peer aggression: a gendered analysis.

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    Thepresent studyhadtwomaingoals. The firstwas to analyze thedifferences between parenting dimensions¬Ņstrictness/imposition and involvement/acceptance¬Ņin adolescents' engagement in peer aggression as aggressors, victims, aggressive victims, and non-involved. The second goal was to examine diferences between parenting dimensions and peer-aggression roles by gender of both parents and adolescents. Participants were 779 adolescents (49.16% boys and 50.84% girls), aged between 12 and 16 years old (M = 14.21; SD = 1.35), enrolled in schools in Andalusia (Spain). Findings showed significant diferences in parenting dimensions depending on gender of both adolescents (boy or girl) and parents (mother and father). For sons, non-involved adolescents scored higher in mother and father involvement than aggressors and aggressive victims. For daughters, non-involved scored higher in mother involvement than aggressors. Furthermore, girl aggressors and aggressive victims reported higher levels of mother imposition than non-involved. Results and their implications for sustainable development in adolescence are discussed
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