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SALON: Simplified Sensing System for Activity of Daily Living in Ordinary Home

Tomokazu Matsui, Kosei Onishi, Shinya Misaki, Manato Fujimoto, Hirohiko Suwa, Keiichi Yasumoto
2020 Sensors  
Therefore, it is required to develop the activity of daily living (ADL) sensing systems that are based on high-performance sensors and information technologies.  ...  As aging populations continue to grow, primarily in developed countries, there are increasing demands for the system that monitors the activities of elderly people while continuing to allow them to pursue  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20174895 pmid:32872516 pmcid:PMC7506971 fatcat:mjeagrnyrvadhbm5sgp5wsonei

"Are We an Elected People?" [chapter]

Alessandro Gusman
2021 Refugees and Religion  
, struggling to find a way to survive, a house to live, and places in which to build a sense of "home" and of belonging in their exile (Russell 2011).  ...  During the first months of fieldwork, the time I spent with them had been mostly marked by routines, common daily activities, dull and exciting moments, sharing of meals, and other ordinary activities.  ... 
doi:10.5040/9781350167162.0015 fatcat:xrubzagqq5a4jn6rvieuylg6ty

Art for the Soviet home

Susan Reid
2011 Human Affairs  
They also pressed for affordable art and craft to be made available to ordinary people for their new homes.  ...  decorating in the formation of the new person who would live under communism.  ...  premises (in both senses of the word) for this flowering of amateur creativity.  ... 
doi:10.2478/s13374-011-0036-2 fatcat:q3tynlqi55a7hakfkxs4iwoaiu

The Functions of Housing in Response to Changed Lifestyles in Korean Residential Spaces: A Comparative Analysis of the Cases in Lifestyle and Architectural Magazines

Hyun-ah Kwon, Soomi Kim
2021 Sustainability  
However, the recent shift in social structure has led to the emergence of new lifestyles, which has also called for new functions of housing.  ...  In addition to our previous literatures on changes in "characteristics of residents" and "r [...]  ...  daily activities.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su132112079 doaj:77f6e1be46844e69b7e5c479ad54065c fatcat:utcpunrpvvb77ncs6d6oorlpvi

'A New Order is Being Created': Domestic Modernism in 1930s Britain

Daniel Moore
2016 Modernist Cultures  
awareness of the rather mundane aspects of daily living in mind.  ...  For instance, in furniture there is hardly a room or piece which could be considered for people of ordinary means.  ... 
doi:10.3366/mod.2016.0148 fatcat:pfidv7agxffsliob3z2xtuqk5u

The Poiesis of Everyday Life and Space in Yüksel Street

Duygu Cihanger Ribeiro
2019 Ankara Araştırmaları Dergisi  
on Yüksel Street that would make the fluid archive of the ordinary practices and aesthetics (memory enacted in the present).  ...  Despite the initial street pattern maintains today in morphological sense, the altering faces of everyday life and its temporal, spatial and societal impact result in a multi-layered urban entity.  ...  In this sense, the study simplifies the units of rhythmanalysis as set by Lefevbre.  ... 
doi:10.5505/jas.2019.63825 fatcat:gictr7gsd5gerl2a366o5zfjjm

The art salon in the Arab region : politics of taste making [article]

(:Unkn) Unknown, Universitäts- Und Landesbibliothek Sachsen-Anhalt, Martin-Luther Universität, Nadia Maltzahn, Monique Bellan
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This volume is the result of a series of conversations and discussions that took place in various forums.  ...  The Society of French Orientalist Painters, for example, which was closely connected to the development of salons in Tunisia and Algeria, created an award for the Tunis Salon in 1897 for artists living  ...  salons in Europe, the Egyptian Salon was a mundane site for sociabilities, 2 often presided over by women from privileged backgrounds and held in their private homes.  ... 
doi:10.25673/33131 fatcat:r4qlxj63gvb3vj45ikodjeexse

Introduction: Feminist Domesticities

Jo Applin, Francesca Berry
2017 Oxford Art Journal  
Berman, Francis Bernard (Chisholm Gallery: New York, 1996). 9 For Breton see Martine Segalen, 'The Salon des arts ménagers, 1923-1983: A French effort to instil the virtues of home and the norms of good  ...  , as the vehicles by which to campaign -as her first priority -for material, if reformist, improvements to the personal and professional lives of women.  ... 
doi:10.1093/oxartj/kcx007 fatcat:lp3gabkbezafddk4ryryp7crlm

Painting Regional Identities: Nationalism in the Arts, France, Germany and Spain, 1890—1914

Eric Storm
2009 European History Quarterly  
Instead of idealized classical landscapes they preferred national scenery and the faithful representation of ordinary people in their native country.  ...  only vehicle for nationalism, however.  ...  paint for the salon.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0265691409342651 fatcat:nhghdcwlgjguta72zhsxb6t5wi

Housewife Writ Large: Marie mécanique, Paulette Bernège, and New Feminist Domesticity in Interwar France

Francesca Berry
2017 Oxford Art Journal  
Berman, Francis Bernard (Chisholm Gallery: New York, 1996). 9 For Breton see Martine Segalen, 'The Salon des arts ménagers, 1923-1983: A French effort to instil the virtues of home and the norms of good  ...  , as the vehicles by which to campaign -as her first priority -for material, if reformist, improvements to the personal and professional lives of women.  ... 
doi:10.1093/oxartj/kcx002 fatcat:3f2wu4az3nhpvnfty6hmskvkke

Conversation and Performance in Seventeenth-Century French Salon Culture

Mallika Lecoeur
How did salon performance practices in turn influence stage practice, notably the staging of salon conversation?  ...  The art of conversation practiced in the salon was a performance that hid itself between interlocutors under a guise of refined "naturalness."  ...  Though the term in a seventeenth-century context seems to suggest a parlor or small living room reserved for polite conversation with one's guests, any spatial specificity related to this activity is difficult  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8bz6d75 fatcat:qeeakdl7wnhy3krjj4whylmvuu

On Beauty … and the History of Business

Kathy Peiss
2000 Enterprise & Society  
A third considers the sale of beauty itself, as a value added and attached to a wide range of goods, from art to bodies. These broad approaches suggest new directions for future research.  ...  Another is the deployment of beauty as a business strategy—in creating brands, sales, and marketing; in managing the workplace; and in projecting corporate identities.  ...  lives of women.  ... 
doi:10.1093/es/1.3.485 fatcat:scwlrdu4rnb23ns3qefozfbh5e

Constructing ordinary places: Place-making in urban informal settlements in Mexico

Melanie Lombard
2014 Progress in Planning  
A focus on residents' own place-making activities hints at prospects for rethinking urban informal settlements.  ...  Observers from a variety of disciplines agree that informal settlements account for the majority of housing in many cities of the global South.  ...  In Xalapa, I also received research assistance from UCISV-Ver, and institutional support from the Institute of Socio-Historic Studies at the Universidad Veracruzana, for which I am grateful; and I benefited  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.progress.2013.05.003 fatcat:n4lv3he3uncdjalildb7rmgjnm

STRANDS OF THE SIXTIES: A Cultural Analysis of the Design and Consumption of the New London West End Hair Salons c. 1954-1975

Kim Smith
Chapter One examines the emergence of the public ladies' hair salon in the late nineteenth century and the developments in its interior design up to 1950s evaluating the hair salon as a gendered public  ...  It challenges dominant historical accounts that have focussed on Paris and examines developments in London, leading to its centrality as a centre for hairdressing creativity in the 1960s.  ...  This of course meant that the general cost of living for ordinary British people would rise (Welles, 1967) .  ... 
doi:10.15123/pub.4622 fatcat:grxso4yw3rcwfdrc4g3vncdpnu

The Future Prospects of Taiwan's Non-Specialized Retail

Tso Chun-To
2017 International Journal of Intelligent Information Systems  
In aspect of Nonspecialized-Retailers' product offering, more and more horizontal alliances are formed in order to provide a one-stop service, in addition, many shopping centers and department stores in  ...  In respond the customer demands, retailers have devoted in Omni-channel integration, Internet of Things (IoT) applications and supporting diversified payment tools.  ...  stores, home appliances, daily groceries, digital technology, gas stations, food industry, catering, living services, entertainment, beauty salons, health and leisure, etc.  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ijiis.20170604.12 fatcat:6mmm4jwxwrcx5h4yoekyhltite
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