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The Wauja snake-basket: myth and the conceptual imagination of material culture in Amazonia

Aristoteles Barcelos Neto
2016 Mundo Amazónico  
simultaneous musical and iconographic nature of weaving art.  ...  The literature on Amazonian ethnology is plenty of mythical serpents whose deeds are related to the origin of humanity, the invention and teaching of shamanic knowledge, artefacts, graphic motifs and songs  ...  codes (Munn 1973) .  ... 
doi:10.15446/ma.v7.55701 fatcat:ahx6wwqdvzeb5n376kq5yo7evq

Regulating life and death: the case of Israel's "Health Basket" Committee

Guy I Seidman
2006 The Journal of contemporary health law and policy  
Taylor stated: "Until August 1914 a sensible, law-abiding Englishman could pass through life and hardly notice the existence of the state, beyond the post office and the policeman." ' This was probably  ...  The private-public distinction meant significant autonomy and self-reliance in the private domain, as the state showed little interest in providing the public services such as education or medical treatment  ...  been well explored, and they mostly relate to Israel's cultural context.  ... 
pmid:17405243 fatcat:nuxxi6buhzaergj5s5hbooru2q

Coding Reliability Studies [chapter]

2012 PISA  
This document and any map included herein are without prejudice to the status of or sovereignty over any territory, to the delimitation of international frontiers and boundaries and to the name of any  ...  The opinions expressed and arguments employed herein do not necessarily reflect the official views of the Organisation or of the governments of its member countries.  ...  A number of additional questions were developed to explore new theoretical and policy dimensions (OECD, 2010a).  ... 
doi:10.1787/9789264167872-14-en fatcat:fmd5n5dvz5gd7gzckozi2ky5oq

Do Phonological Codes Constrain the Selection of Orthographic Codes in Written Picture Naming?

Patrick Bonin, Ronald Peereman, Michel Fayol
2001 Journal of Memory and Language  
Sound-to-print consistency of picture labels was manipulated in five experiments to investigate whether phonological codes constrain the selection of orthographic codes in written picture naming.  ...  In Experiments 1 and 2, participants wrote down picture names which were inconsistent or consistent in the phono-orthographic mapping defined either at the level of the word unit, i.e., heterographic homophones  ...  In this technique, the visibility of the prime is reduced by using short prime durations and forward and backward masking.  ... 
doi:10.1006/jmla.2000.2786 fatcat:x7foptoxnvgnpbdsg6xmsm5bvu

The Cut and Paste Society: Isomorphism in Codes of Ethics

Lori Holder-Webb, Jeffrey Cohen
2011 Journal of Business Ethics  
The regulation, however, clearly states the belief that Codes should vary from firm to firm and that individual firms should determine the specific content of a Code.  ...  Aside from the matter of financial reporting, the vague and stylized content of the Codes was a predicted response and constitutes a rational response to the regulation.  ...  Cohen, David Sharp and Greg Trompeter for helpful comments and suggestions. Appendix 1 See Table 7 .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10551-011-1060-1 fatcat:q6wb36l64jgxhiby5cmneyyyhe

a-k (complete) Living 2016: Cultural Codes and Arrays in Arab Everyday Worlds Five Years After the "Arab Spring"

Stephan Guth (ed.), Elena Chiti (ed.)
2017 Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies  
The case of satiric literature (adab sākhir) Satire has a deep tradition in Egyptian culture that goes back to ancient times, and its prevalence throughout history has certainly to do with the national  ...  political culture, with its characteristic mix of deference and derision towards patriarchal authoritarianism, a mix that seems to have permeated for centuries the social fabric, from the nuclear family  ...  In this regard, the view of reality as dark comedy relates to the broken code Ordinary Citizen = Hero explored by Elena Chiti. 54 And this ordinary hero presupposes, one may say, a broken code Order  ... 
doi:10.5617/jais.4761 fatcat:i7lturfgofdenhww7hvmkyyiiq

Applyinq AspectJ to J2EE application development

N. Lesiecki
2006 IEEE Software  
VMS saw benefits resulting from the aspectoriented implementation of these concerns in the areas of code size, understandability, and reduced defects.  ...  This report will detail specific areas to which AspectJ was applied, the development team's reaction to the new technology, strategies employed to ease adoption, and some of the pitfalls encountered when  ...  Though our familiarity with AspectJ and AOP has grown, we are still in the process of altering our mental models to accommodate aspect-orientation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ms.2006.1 fatcat:5ktbekduyjfnpmnvc4esulbw4u

Facilitating joint attention with salient pointing in interactions involving children with autism spectrum disorder

Katja Dindar, Terhi Korkiakangas, Aarno Laitila, Eija Kärnä
2016 Gesture  
Previous studies have predominantly built on structured observation measures and predefined coding categories to measure children's responsiveness to gestures.  ...  However, how these gestures are designed and what detailed interactional work they can accomplish have received less attention.  ...  This work was supported by the Academy of Finland [140450], Alfred Kordelin Foundation and Olvi Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1075/gest.15.3.06din fatcat:2ntdmnr5zzdxjdn43v7y6vr7gy

Bermuda: Assessment of the Supervision and Regulation of the Financial Sector--Volume II--Detailed Assessment of Observance of Standards and Codes

International Monetary Fund
2005 IMF Staff Country Reports  
This detailed assessment of the observance of standards and codes in the financial sector of Bermuda in the context of the offshore financial center assessment program contains technical advice and recommendations  ...  The staff's overall assessment relating to financial sector regulation and supervision can be found in Volume I.  ...  The use of guidance notes and codes of conduct developed by the BMA are helpful in providing the industry greater guidance.  ... 
doi:10.5089/9781451805604.002 fatcat:yl7kw6fpvfauhelv5tk5rbvmnm

Telling the story of theory of mind: Deaf and hearing children's narratives and mental state understanding

Candida C. Peterson, Virginia P. Slaughter
2006 British Journal of Developmental Psychology  
The ability to recognize people's often paradoxical mental states of mistaken memory, foiled intention, fantasy or FB, and to use these inferred psychological attributes in order to make sense of the overt  ...  of visible (affective or perceptual) mental states only, along with FB failure, to (2) narrative mention of cognitive states along with (1), to (3) elaborated narrative talk about inner states along with  ...  the exploration of individual differences in the use children make of their ToM capacities in populations for whom the FB test is no longer informative.  ... 
doi:10.1348/026151005x60022 fatcat:sqfp7ofpyfhhdoygckpwtuxhpe

Kindergartners' performance in two types of imaginary perspective-taking

Marja van den Heuvel-Panhuizen, Iliada Elia, Alexander Robitzsch
2015 ZDM: Mathematics Education  
and the source are credited.  ...  Special thanks go to Sylvia van den Boogaard who was heavily involved in setting up the study and who worked with the teachers and collected the data.  ...  The aforementioned differences between the children's performances in the visibility items and the appearance items make it clear that development of the IPT type 1 competence (visibility) precedes the  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11858-015-0677-4 fatcat:7tkkudyqmzgmzorwn553mrdegy

Uta Frith's thoughts on the Theory of Mind and Autistic Deficit: Dialogue between Art and Neuroscience

Giuliana Nardacchione
2021 Open Journal of Medical Psychology  
Art challenges us to develop moments of neuroscientific knowledge. On the other.  ...  and the related theory-of-mind deficit.  ...  , and her research group to undertake a quest to explore how the autistic brain functions [1] .  ... 
doi:10.4236/ojmp.2021.103005 fatcat:fydjoj3fy5ashe2pfkfgfvd3cy

Understanding Canoe Making as a Process of Preserving Cultural Heritage

Debora Peterson, Natalia Hanazaki, Fabiana Li
2019 Ethnobiology Letters  
We also explore some socio-cultural dimensions of canoe making in light of the relationships of Caiçara canoe makers and fishers with the forest and with other community members.  ...  This article contributes to a growing body of knowledge to protect elements of Caiçara identity, including initiatives to help maintain canoes, canoe making, and the people involved with them.</p>  ...  Promote activities, such as photovoice and participatory art and local contests, to capture the attention of children and youth.  ... 
doi:10.14237/ebl.10.1.2019.1363 fatcat:ueet6bx4xjauppfy7clchiwvom

Context Effects from Bodily Sensations: Examining Bodily Sensations Induced by Flooring and the Moderating Role of Product Viewing Distance

Joan Meyers-Levy, Rui Zhu, Lan Jiang
2010 Journal of Consumer Research  
When venturing inside stores, they often approach and assess merchandise, sometimes viewing it from afar to gauge its overall appearance but at other times hovering close to goods to explore their details  ...  S hopping can be an active and often fatiguing exercise. Shoppers frequently walk more than a mile during shopping expeditions, traversing parking lots, walkways, and mall atriums.  ...  Participants' comfort-and discomfort-related thoughts about the gift basket also were coded, combined, and analyzed in the same way as were those for the clothes basket.  ... 
doi:10.1086/649028 fatcat:wd4uaj7ncnekxkjhy362wsez7e

Exploring the Nature of Joint Attention Impairments in Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Associated Social and Cognitive Skills

Inge Schietecatte, Herbert Roeyers, Petra Warreyn
2011 Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders  
In this study, social preference, attention disengagement and intention understanding, assumed to be associated with the development of joint attention, are explored in relation to joint attention skills  ...  Exploring the nature of joint attention impairments in young children with autism spectrum disorder: associated social and cognitive skills. 2 Abstract It is generally accepted that joint attention skills  ...  Acknowledgements We are very grateful to the parents and children for participating in the study and making this research possible.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10803-011-1209-x pmid:21360019 fatcat:3gchejjowrbszcaw6oapoy6ii4
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