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A Rethinking of Children at Stake. Musings por their Revaluation
Un replanteamiento en la noción de las y los niños en juego. Reflexiones para su revalorización

Sonia París, Joanna Haynes
2020 Araucaria  
By Platon because he defended, in The Republic, the need of an external person (philosopher or educator), who had to take charge of giving form to a subject who didn't have it and who was unable to give  ...  Child, approved by The United Nations in November 1989 (United Nations 1989 , in which the notion of children refers to subjects under the age of 18.  ... 
doi:10.12795/araucaria.2020.i43.09 fatcat:w6zo4lixhjferbjownpemvsbzy

Inclusive public space: rethinking practices of mitigation, adaptation and transformation

Karina Landman
2020 Urban Design International  
Publisher's Note Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations.  ...  However, it means that urban designers need to rethink practices of mitigation, adaptation and transformation of public space, both in terms of process and product.  ...  The authors show that while there is often resistance or an inability to facilitate spatial democracy in Tshwane, there are also opportunities in this regard by giving people a voice and enabling bottom-up  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41289-020-00136-4 fatcat:4gwrvdbedzawllmghedblfupkq

Linguistic Citizenship as Utopia

Christopher Stroud
2018 Multilingual Margins  
Howevever, there is an important sense in which the crisis of humanity we are experiencing as a crisis of diversity and voice is deeply entwined with a subterranean crisis of language itself.  ...  A major challenge of our time is to build a life of equity in a fragmented world of globalized ethical, economic and ecological meltdown.  ...  Linguistic Citizenship encourages us to critically rethink the notion of 'linguistic' in favor of some such notion as 'repertoire', a broad palette of semiosis, incorporating what people do and think about  ... 
doi:10.14426/mm.v2i2.70 fatcat:m2onm32tmbdlxgy4hlczz3dnq4

Page 528 of Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA Vol. 29, Issue 2 [page]

1995 Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA  
Nine strategies designed to help students create a personal voice in their academic prose are pres- ented.  ...  DA9420238. 9502690 Hamilton, Sharon (Dept English Indiana U, Indianapolis 46202), Whose Voice Is My Voice When I Write in Academe?, Chpt in WHO OWNS ENGLISH?  ... 

Heloise's Echo [chapter]

Babette Hellemans
2019 Horizontal Learning in the High Middle Ages  
JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive.  ...  We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new forms of scholarship. For more information about JSTOR, please contact support@jstor.org.  ...  the guise of hymns and a monastic Rule designed for women give us some idea of the ongoing exchange between them.  ... 
doi:10.2307/j.ctvnb7nbt.12 fatcat:dqdmyggbuffwtktf32q4qexd6i

9. Heloise's Echo [chapter]

Babette Hellemans, Micol Long, Tjamke Snijders, Steven Vanderputten
2019 Horizontal Learning in the High Middle Ages  
This is particularly true of vocal performances such as in the letters, in which the act of listening offers a moment of connection with the unmistakable individuality of Heloise as a performer.  ...  This chapter presents Heloise of Argenteuil's quest for an intellectual voice through her correspondences with Abelard, Bernard of Clairvaux, and Peter the Venerable.  ...  the guise of hymns and a monastic Rule designed for women give us some idea of the ongoing exchange between them.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9789048532919-010 fatcat:jmdoylkc2vaobpliidvds5i34y

Re-considering the ontoepistemology of student engagement in higher education

Susanne Westman, Ulrika Bergmark
2018 Educational Philosophy and Theory  
We present four arguments on which we elaborate: (1) Rethinking power relations, (2) Questioning linearity and how to use goals, (3) Appreciating pedagogical relationships as multiple voices and becoming-multipleothers  ...  The aim of this article is to reconsider and explore the ontoepistemology of student engagement in higher education as part of a democratic education, going beyond neo-liberal groundings.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to extend a sincere thank you to researchers within the Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA) and to the reviewers who have given valuable comments  ... 
doi:10.1080/00131857.2018.1454309 fatcat:ngpij4i2p5h25oabc7g3ubpfvi

ACOUSTIC ENGINEERING: String Theory Meets Practice as Violinmakers Rethink Their Craft

A. Cho
2005 Science  
Thanks to the myriad overlapping modes, a violin cranks out certain frequencies more efficiently than others, and the differences give the instrument its distinctive voice.  ...  String Theory Meets Practice as Violinmakers Rethink Their Craft Incorporating innovative designs and novel materials, bright and responsive "ultralight" instruments may be the sound wave of the future  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.310.5753.1414 pmid:16322434 fatcat:g7hqruayr5al5ep27wbrilvwma

Introduction to Part I [chapter]

René Glas, Sybille Lammes, Michiel de Lange, Joost Raessens, Imar de Vries, René Glas, Sybille Lammes, Michiel de Lange, Joost Raessens, Imar de Vries
2018 The Playful Citizen  
More specifically, all the chapters relate to notions of 'ludo-literacy' as discussed in the Introduction.  ...  By engaging with 'analytical' game design experiments, the process of game creation allows citizens to understand and give shape to their surroundings, moving beyond enhanced ludo-literacy toward active  ... 
doi:10.1515/9789048535200-002 fatcat:rli6mmbyp5f3jjhypxat5njxhq

Introduction

Maria Isabel Romero Ruiz, Manuela Coppola
2019 CLCWeb  
of comparative literature and the field of cultural studies designated as "comparative cultural studies.  ...  to the dissemination of scholarly and professional information, Purdue University Press selects, develops, and distributes quality resources in several key subject areas for which its parent university  ...  The authors wish to acknowledge the funding provided by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (Research Project "Bodies in Transit 2," ref.  ... 
doi:10.7771/1481-4374.3371 fatcat:4cffl7mncvdb3d3jtz7qs5xz74

Page 13 of Psychiatric Opinion Vol. 12, Issue 1 [page]

1975 Psychiatric Opinion  
Doctors and psychiatrists will have to rethink their information prac- tices in light of the risks I have outlined, particularly in terms of computerization and dissemination beyond the control of the  ...  Some of you may blanch at the notion of letting patients see their files. But can PSYCHIATRIC OPINION 13  ... 

Understanding Issues Associated with Tracking Students in Mathematics Education

2018 Journal of Mathematics Education  
Furthermore, ideas like incorporating multiple perspectives in mathematics curricula through rethinking the labels associated with mathematics courses, teaching mathematics through the context of history  ...  To conclude, possibilities are proposed to begin rethinking mathematical curriculum in order to disrupt tracking in education.  ...  Building upon the notion of providing choice in students' schooling, teaching mathematics for social justice gives students opportunities to problematize challenges present in the world today (McGee &  ... 
doi:10.26711/007577152790028 fatcat:5fjic5polndlbja5hha7zvyaoq

Self-Determination: What can we Learn from Persons with Profound Intellectual and Multiple Disabilities?

Synne Nese Skarsaune, Halvor Hanisch, Anita Gjermestad
2021 Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research  
This paper challenges the notion of independence by arguing for a rethinking of self-determination that is sensitive to lives characterised by dependency and non-verbal being.  ...  These data are engaged in a theoretical discussion, dialoguing with theories of self-determination and ethics of care.  ...  Acknowledgements Thanks to Vera and Erik, their families and professionals who have participated in the research.  ... 
doi:10.16993/sjdr.830 fatcat:ij55lv22fnfu3d35u7z7ecytq4

Giving People a Voice: On the Critical Role of the Interview in the History of Audience Research

Sonia Livingstone
2010 Communication, Culture & Critique  
Giving people a voice: On the critical role of the interview in the history of audience research Abstract Inspired by the "keywords in communication" theme of the 2009 ICA conference, this paper observes  ...  Original citation: Livingstone, Sonia (2010) Giving people a voice: on the critical role of the interview in the history of audience research. Communication, culture & critique, 3 (4).  ...  life, determined to give the audience a voice, and this opened the way to a sea change in the wider critical analysis of media power (Livingstone, 1998) .  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1753-9137.2010.01086.x fatcat:4z7f4foj3zfjldtaydpbntymb4

Page 127 of Notes and Queries Vol. 40, Issue 1 [page]

1993 Notes and Queries  
of pairings, thus Showalter’s familiar criticism of Woolf’s notions of androgyny is followed by Toril Moi’s poststructuralist def- ence of Woolf’s multi-voiced narratives, and Kate Millet’s iconoclastic  ...  Gibbs gives a clear exposition of Shaw’s theory of evolution, Ruth Fleischmann gives a carefully thought out and well-researched discussion of Catholicism in Canon Sheehan and Daniel Corkery, there is  ... 
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