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Intercultural Interaction: Indonesia and Soviet Society in the Sphere of Art Paintings in the Second Half of the XXth Century

Iwan Jaconiah Kurniawan, Russian State Social University
2020 Contemporary problems of social work  
In the second half of the XXth century, Indonesian artists had a close relationship with the Soviet Society in the sphere of fine art.  ...  the paper studies the problem of defining an intercultural interaction. The authors analyzed scientific works to identify and classify the Indonesian social realism art painting.  ...  video stream of the session with the tester, you can correct the behavior, but it is important to remember that the specialist can also make mistakes in data analysis if he only views video data.  ... 
doi:10.17922/2412-5466-2020-6-2-65-71 fatcat:dw3sbct5kbek3ezibxxez6g35q

2010 CAEP/ACMU Scientific Abstracts May 29–Jun. 2, 2010 Montréal, Que

2010 CJEM: Canadian Journal of Emergency Medical Care  
Studies reported in English, French and German were included if they reported adult data comparing the effect of a bolus dose of etomidate to another rapidly acting intravenous induction agent.  ...  Data was pooled using the random effects model if at least 4 clinically homogenous studies of the same design reported the same outcome measure.  ...  Conclusion: Real-time adaptation and modification of the hospital pandemic response plan is required to deal with prolonged surges in volume/acuity.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1481803500012318 fatcat:epwo65v6ovevtcfrkctzm52n6y

Chancelloriids of the Cambrian Burgess Shale

S Bengtson, D Collins
2015 Palaeontologia Electronica  
Chancelloriids were close in organization to cnidarians but shared the character of coelosclerites with the bilaterian halkieriids and siphogonuchitids.  ...  Chancelloriids were sedentary animals, anchored to shells or lumps of debris in the muddy bottom, or to sponges, or to other chancelloriids.  ...  Fenton for helpful assistance in the ROM collections. P. von Knorring provided the artwork. Two anonymous reviewers contributed to the improvement of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.26879/498 fatcat:lz6dsmyrrjajvbk5pfpygj2bi4

In the middle of nowhere? A sociological guide to the beaten tracks of backpacking in the former British Empire

Flynn William
In particular it seeks to answer the question of what makes India such a 'special place' in the world of backpacking as a 'litmus test' for off-the-beaten-track travel.  ...  It begins by analyzing the historical precursors and ideological antecedents of the discourses and practices of independent travel and tourism in 19th Europe, with a focus on England and the role played  ...  Backpackers can travel to out-of-season places in order to get the cheapest and best deals, and generally the flexibility that their mobility provides them with allows them to haggle without fear of being  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0105132 fatcat:thmne42nffepneevabzzp4leqi

Paris: Invisible City

Bruno Latour, Emilie Hermant
Well then, do these devourers of space and time exist only in our imagination? If so we'd have the space to spread out with ease.  ...  , from deal to deal.  ... 

Always One Bit More, Computing and the Experience of Ambiguity [chapter]

Fun and Software : Exploring Pleasure, Paradox and Pain in Computing  
to measure correlations in fluctuating prices over time) in order to leverage a few per cent increase in the confidence with which US car sales or tourist travel to Hong Kong can be predicted 'in the  ...  The time of real-time composition -live performance -is real time, but the control and audio computations are carried out in turn prior to, and in the pockets in between, real time, according to the order  ... 
doi:10.5040/ fatcat:vv5cvvow7ngwxkvbqpqgqvejzy

Editor's Preface & Acknowledgments: A JournAl of soCiAl Theory

James Lincoln, Joshua Martin, Sheryl Means, Anna Stone, Jonathan Tinnin, Faculty Advisor, Francie Chassen-Lopez, Editorial Board, Benjamin Agger, James Boon, Anthropology, Matthew Geography (+24 others)
In 2009, she graduated with a Masters degree in Spanish literature from the University of Florida, and from 2009-2013, served as Lecturer of Spanish at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga where  ...  Her research examines cultural representations of lesbian criminality in relationship to state surveillance practices from the mid-century to present.  ...  DC: How often do you find yourself in the United States, coming around to universities here? FA: I have been several times to the United States, but not terribly often.  ... 

An Odyssey with complexity and network science: From the brain to social organisation

Paul Expert, Kim Christensen, Henrik Jensen
Finally, we investigate community structure in complex systems. Social interactions in humans are also a prime example of a system with emerging structure, the nature [...]  ...  We find that a key brain region plays a different role in the network organisation of the two populations, which is in agreement with previous findings on the disease schizophrenia.  ...  In the case of an fMRI signal, this step consists in aggregating 2 × 2 × 2 = 8 adjacent voxels' time-series (2.1) to create a block-voxel B ′ whose BOLD intensity at time t, v B ′ (t), is the average intensity  ... 
doi:10.25560/9755 fatcat:36i627ub5fh7rjt6fdgfxw3oa4

Finding workable solutions to the issues adversely affecting the preservation of built cultural heritage in India

Prashant Banerjee
By analyzing the relationship between preservation and development analyzed in the three case studies in different parts of India, this thesis seeks to gain an enhanced understanding of the link between  ...  Simultaneously, an attempt will be made to interpret the definition of success in the case of a preservation effort and the various factors that affect it.  ...  Human development requires that necessary attention be paid to individual concerns and also to a mix of social and economic processes. 172 All of the three case studies, have covered issues dealing with  ... 
doi:10.7916/d82b8xjg fatcat:inhywh4esraqhjqmsc2cncvnpi

Long run industrialisation in China: a strategic analysis [article]

William Huw McKay, University, The Australian National, University, The Australian National
This judgement is reached following a detailed empirical examination of China's very long term economic history up to the time of writing; a lengthy assessment of the industrialisation path of Asia's first  ...  The entire argument is framed by Snooks' dynamic strategy theory, which is expounded in a novel form and extended to meet the requirements of the task at hand.  ...  The author's professional interactions with the travelling delegations of Chinese SOEs is consistent with these points, with the number of individual visitors per travel party clearly lower in recent times  ... 
doi:10.25911/5d78d4e0ab16b fatcat:ohjdc2qjgbhldf4surc6r2ii2q

The digital apparatus: reimagining cinema in new media

Charles Robert Heugh Tutton
This dissertation examines the notion of digital cinema in relation to its analogue predecessor by relocating debates about ontology into the realm of media theory in order to re-imagine the function of  ...  This chapter draws on a Bazinian notion of realism and, with regard to the changing ontologies of [...]  ...  This is why the best poetry invokes the world of the mind, out of time and space, and why the epic genre in literature deals with journey and conflict instead of the seasonal migration of specific bird  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/589a6c73e0001 fatcat:q6zc4jxeizbktefclqsb2wqhim

"Tobi (or Not) Tobi" Climate change, cultural heritage and community agency: an ethnographic case-study of Tobi Island in the Republic of Palau

David Tibbetts
, as he giggled quietly and spit out a long stream of betel juice.  ...  In time, Justin and I then travelled to Koror from Guam, where we joined Nemecio's support and time for two weeks and made necessary repairs 51 on the canoe to prepare for its later shipment to us  ... 
doi:10.25903/6dm8-q968 fatcat:vi2vpbvubrf65jpmbtnxqneukm

Understanding contextual agents and their impact on recent Hollywood film music practice

V Hexel
Acknowledging the role and influence of so-called contextual agents in film music composition means to consider film scores in the spheres of conceptualisation and compositional practice.  ...  Film music must bow to commercial pressures that are often at odds with originality.  ...  24 with each other in terms of number of films and total box office gross in order to pull out the commercially most successful composers.  ... 
doi:10.24379/rcm.00000382 fatcat:mglajvlpz5babbtxudl2bgyx4e

Animation in Sub-Saharan Africa: trajectories of ideas and practice

Paula Callus
I also don't have to deal with preconceived notions of what things are supposed to look like.  ...  For this reason, further research that emerged from active fieldwork in a range of local contexts was necessary in order to analyze the dissemination and exposure of new Sub-Saharan animated films.  ...  Martin 9) If you marked LESS than 3 in Question 8, then please describe specifically which parts of the logistics you found problematic or poorly managed. 10) Please mark with an X in the appropriate  ... 
doi:10.25501/soas.00023812 fatcat:wztqfutlb5ckdavoavqn5v557u

History of Victorian film societies as exemplified by the Camberwell film society

Dorothy Mavis Jenkins
The purpose of this study is to investigate these issues. During the 1950s there was an upsurge of interest in the formation of film societies in the state of Victoria.  ...  The study contends that the genesis of film societies lies in the 1890s with the development of machines such as the Kinematograph and Kinetoscope: the former captured moving images, the latter projected  ...  In addition to melodramas and detective stories, almost half of all films made in Germany at this time were comedies and musicals, many of them similar in genre if not in quality to movies coming out of  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/58ae24474cb34 fatcat:go3v27aeerhyxlop6sfn2o7aga
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