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Paul Garner, Porfirio Díaz : entre el mito y la historia: [reseña]

Víctor A. Villavicencio Navarro, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México. ITAM
2017 Estudios: filosofía, historia, letras  
Paul Garner demuestra que se trató de un régimen excepcional porque adquirió características peculiares en circunstancias particulares.  ...  Como resultado de más de dos décadas de investigación y a propósito del centenario de la muerte del protagonista del periodo que Daniel Cosío Ville gas bautizó como Porfiriato, Paul Garner presenta una  ... 
doi:10.5347/01856383.0121.000276603 fatcat:hp2xd5z27jbf3ljzugak2opaim

Sobre Paul Garner, Porfirio Díaz, del héroe al dictador. Una biografía política

Josefina Zoraida Vázquez
2004 Historia Mexicana El Colegio de México  
Felipe Castro Gutiérrez Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México Paul GARNER, Porfirio Díaz, del héroe al dictador. Una biografía política, México, Planeta, 2003, 292 pp.  ...  Paul Garner hace buen uso de la bibliografía existente y de la consulta de la masiva correspondencia de Díaz, para proporcionarnos un agradable y ágil acercamiento al elusivo porfiriato.  ... 
doaj:1a406bff7eb1472aa922febb58179c9f fatcat:5htlxbw4vjetveydeywyvbxbmu

Paul Garner, British Lions and Mexican Eagles. Business, Politics, and Empire in the Career of Weetman Pearson in Mexico, 1889-1919

María Del Carmen Collado Herrera
2013 América Latina en la Historia Económica  
José MAríA lUis MorA Ciudad de México, México Paul Garner, Porfirio Díaz: del héroe al dictador. Una biografía política, México, Planeta, 2003.  ...  Mauricio Tenorio Trillo y Aurora Gómez Galvarriato, El porfiriato, México, Fondo de Cultura Económica/Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, 2006 (Herramientas para la Historia). 12 Paul Garner  ... 
doi:10.18232/alhe.v20i1.515 fatcat:zne5i6mo4bdj5kyhjskrddv6ky

Notes on the Bryophytes of Garner State Park, Texas

Paul V. Prior
1960 The Southwestern naturalist  
THE SOUTHWESTERN NATURALIST 5 (1): 43-47 APRIL 15, 1960 NOTES NOTES ON THE BRYOPHYTES OF GARNER STATE PARK, TEXAS.— Garner State Park in northern Uvalde County, Texas, lies at the southern edge of the  ... 
doi:10.2307/3669354 fatcat:cywqramrgrbpnj2i2opuxfaawq

Tuberculosis (HIV-negative people)

Lilia E Ziganshina, Paul Garner
2009 Clinical evidence  
About a third of the world's population has latent tuberculosis. In 2004, over 14 million people had active tuberculosis. Approximately 1.7 million people died from the infection. Over 80% of new cases diagnosed in 2004 were in people in Africa, South-East Asia, and Western Pacific regions. We conducted a systematic review and aimed to answer the following clinical questions: What are the effects of interventions to prevent tuberculosis in people without HIV infection at high risk of developing
more » ... tuberculosis? What are the effects of interventions to prevent tuberculosis in people without HIV infection at high risk of developing multidrug-resistant tuberculosis? What are the effects of different drug regimens in people with newly diagnosed pulmonary tuberculosis without HIV infection? What are the effects of different drug regimens in people with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis without HIV infection? What are the effects of low-level laser therapy in people with tuberculosis without HIV infection? Which interventions improve adherence to treatment in people with tuberculosis without HIV infection? We searched: Medline, Embase, The Cochrane Library, and other important databases up to July 2008 (Clinical Evidence reviews are updated periodically, please check our website for the most up-to-date version of this review). We included harms alerts from relevant organisations such as the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). We found 31 systematic reviews, RCTs, or observational studies that met our inclusion criteria. We performed a GRADE evaluation of the quality of evidence for interventions. In this systematic review we present information relating to the effectiveness and safety of the following interventions: adding pyrazinamide in chemotherapy regimens lasting up to 6 months; adding rifampicin to isoniazid regimens; benefits of different regimens; chemotherapy for less than 6 months; daily chemotherapy; direct observation treatment; intermittent chemotherapy for 6 months or longer; isoniazid; low-level laser therapy for pulmonary tuberculosis; regimens containing quinolones; rifampicin plus isoniazid; substituting rifampicin with ethambutol in the continuous phase; and support mechanisms for directly observed treatment.
pmid:19445749 pmcid:PMC2907790 fatcat:wfjp6pqkxjagxpb4uzdhdsqeru

Dissecting the visual perception of body shape with the Garner selective attention paradigm

Leah T. Johnstone, Paul E. Downing
2017 Visual Cognition  
Word count: 7789 (excluding references and figure captions) Garner interference for body shape 1 Abstract The visual appearance of bodies provides important social cues -how are they extracted?  ...  Three experiments using the Garner selective-attention paradigm, in the first such application for body stimuli, found that when making sex judgements, body weight was successfully filtered; however, when  ...  Here we approach this question with an experimental and conceptual approach developed by Garner (Algom & Fitousi, 2017; Garner, 1976; Pomerantz & Garner, 1973) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/13506285.2017.1334733 fatcat:i7anpg3pm5dpnm7x3kruhs3owi

Malaria: severe, life-threatening

Aika Amy Anita Omari, Paul Garner
2007 Clinical evidence  
Severe malaria mainly affects children under 5 years old, non-immune travellers, migrants to malarial areas, and people living in areas with unstable or seasonal malaria. Cerebral malaria, causing encephalopathy and coma, is fatal in around 20% of children and adults, and neurological sequelae may occur in some survivors. Severe malarial anaemia may have a mortality rate of over 13%. We conducted a systematic review and aimed to answer the following clinical questions: What are the effects of
more » ... timalarial treatments; and adjunctive treatment for complicated falciparum malaria in non-pregnant people? We searched: Medline, Embase, The Cochrane Library and other important databases up to December 2006 (Clinical Evidence reviews are updated periodically, please check our website for the most up-to-date version of this review). We included harms alerts from relevant organisations such as the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). We found 31 systematic reviews, RCTs, or observational studies that met our inclusion criteria. In this systematic review we present information relating to the effectiveness and safety of the following interventions: dexamethasone, exchange blood transfusion, initial blood transfusion, intramuscular artemether, intravenous artesunate.
pmid:19454095 pmcid:PMC2943816 fatcat:m65wiuawiffi5d3kzsuvqtvdfe

Advanced Accounting

S. Paul Garner, H. S. Noble
1942 Southern Economic Journal  
Paut GARNER  ... 
doi:10.2307/1053145 fatcat:372ce5o3drgh7itjj72qkja734

Steroids for treating cerebral malaria

Kameshwar Prasad, Paul Garner
1999 The Cochrane library  
doi:10.1002/14651858.cd000972 pmid:10796562 fatcat:awv7od7hozc2llzhebvnodm5qu

The effect of facial expression on contrast sensitivity: a behavioural investigation and extension of Hedger, Garner, & Adams (2015) [article]

Abigail L. M. Webb, Paul B. Hibbard
2018 bioRxiv   pre-print
for fearful face expressions is driven by the fact that effective contrast is higher in these faces compared to other expressions, when the contrast sensitivity function is taken into account (Hedger, Garner  ...  Findings show that visual contrast thresholds do not differ for different facial expressions We re-conduct analysis of faces' effective contrast, using the procedure developed by Hedger, Garner, & Adams  ...  We replicate measures of effective 350 contrast used by Hedger, Garner and Adams [15] to establish the extent that CSF .  ... 
doi:10.1101/432229 fatcat:5hccfidtfjbybkik2fw2lry2ja

Reviews

Geoffrey Marshall, O. Hood Phillips, S. A. Smith, D. C. M. Yardley, J. F. Garner, G. D. Nokes, H. A. Hammelmann, J. D. McClean, A. N. Allott, Paul Jackson, L. C. Greek, F. A. Mann (+12 others)
1965 Modern law review  
This book, rehearsing conflicts between federal and state power in the first half-century of our constitutional history, is timely. For the issue of civil rights, especially of Negroes, takes us back to the need for what Professor Konefsky phrases as "authority in the central government to curb the parochial and disruptive actions of the states and to compel them to accept measures required for the good of the nation as a whole." Thus the national insistence of Marshall and Hamilton, relived in
more » ... these pages, applies precisely to reports in today's newspaper. Back in 1832, when Nullification was the threat, Marshall wrote from Richmond to Joseph Story of his fears for the Constitution: "I had supposed that north of the Potomac a firm and solid government competent to the security of rational liberty might be preserved. Even that now seems doubtful. The case of the South seems to me to be desperate. Our opinions are incompatible with a united government even among ourselves."' Hamilton at times was driven closer to despair. Fortunately, these prime protagonists of national supremacy in matters concerning the integrity of the country were also prophets. Current disquiets are less disturbing because of precedents which Hamilton and Marshall established. Cultural differences, while they now appear uppermost, were not lacking in the antagonisms of their era. Cleavage of social custom must yield to the harmonizing mandate of the fundamental law, just as contests more explicitly political and economic were composed. Birchers' billboards in the Southwest crying "Impeach Earl Warren" were anticipated in President Jefferson's mutterings against John Marshall. Federal officers in western Pennsylvania fared worse, at the hands of Whiskey Boys, than did those dispatched to execute court orders in Oxford, Mississippi 175 years later. By coupling the services of Hamilton and Marshall to the Constitution, the author presents not only a cordial partnership of statesmen,
doi:10.1111/j.1468-2230.1965.tb01066.x fatcat:y6qcrqihdzbpteboj2sl6zshou

Directly observed therapy for treating tuberculosis

Jamlick Karumbi, Paul Garner
2015 The Cochrane library  
Jamlick Karumbi performed this review update, assisted by Paul Garner. All review authors reviewed and approved the final manuscript.  ...  Garner carried out the first edition of this Cochrane Review (Volmink 2001) and review updates (Volmink 2003; Volmink 2006; Volmink 2007) .  ... 
doi:10.1002/14651858.cd003343.pub4 pmid:26022367 pmcid:PMC4460720 fatcat:hqoc6nzeinczzg4jpbzeirjtym

Interventions for preventing reactions to snake antivenom

Issarang Nuchprayoon, Paul Garner
1999 The Cochrane library  
Interventions for preventing reactions to snake antivenom (Review) Nuchpraryoon I, Garner P This record should be cited as: Nuchpraryoon I, Garner P.  ...  Characteristics of included studies (Continued ) Medical MeSH check words Humans C O V E R S H E E T Title Interventions for preventing reactions to snake antivenom Authors Nuchpraryoon I, Garner  ... 
doi:10.1002/14651858.cd002153 pmid:10796682 fatcat:x5niw4wn7bapjek6np5k7takai

Universal catastrophe time distributions of dynamically unstable polymers [article]

Paul B. Dieterle, Jenny Zheng, Ethan Garner, Ariel Amir
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Dynamic instability -- the growth, catastrophe, and shrinkage of quasi-one-dimensional filaments -- has been observed in multiple biopolymers. Scientists have long understood the catastrophic cessation of growth and subsequent depolymerization as arising from the interplay of hydrolysis and polymerization at the tip of the polymer. Here, we show that for a broad class of catastrophe models, the expected catastrophe time distribution is exponential. We show that the distribution shape is
more » ... ive to noise, but that depletion of monomers from a finite pool can dramatically change the distribution shape by reducing the polymerization rate. We derive a form for this finite-pool catastrophe time distribution and show that finite-pool effects can be important even when the depletion of monomers does not greatly alter the polymerization rate.
arXiv:2202.05119v1 fatcat:pzwuvejlrbh7vfkwp2g2rlzshm

Application of Burden in Wartime Industries

S. Paul Garner
1945 Southern Economic Journal  
PAUL GARNER University of Alabama With the advent of the defense and war effort the importance of factory bur- den and its application has increased many fold.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1053372 fatcat:rnfiup3h5rbxtacw4i56zwosum
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