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From neutral to commitment to gestalt-therapy
Le « neutre » est d’abord différencié de ses usages en psychanalyse, puis il est présenté comme substrat de la formation de forme dans une perspective gestaltiste. Loin d’être un évitement ou une abstention, il présente alors un caractère actif, engagé, où l’attention, libérée de tout ce qui pourrai...
Ways of life and life spaces in Paris region outer suburbs, the Centre Essonne-Seine-Orge example
Despite the major changes occurring in the Île-de-France region (a renewed planning scheme, Grand Paris project, new territorial division), the outer suburbs and their inhabitants still do not raise a particular interest from the public authorities. Their lifestyle would confirm upheld stereotypes a...
Comparing and combining energy saving policies : Will proposed residential sector policies meet French official targets ?
This paper assesses the impact of French policies for residential space-heating energy consumption, both enacted (tax credits for the purchase of energy efficient durables, soft loans for retrofitting actions, stringent building codes) and anticipated (carbon tax, retrofitting obligation). It uses a...
From macro- to microfactors in health : Social science approaches in research on sexually transmitted infections (Volume 15, Number 1)
Perceptions of the body and sexuality are socially and culturally constructed. They are deeply influenced by historical realities, ethnic affiliation, power relations, gender roles, and concepts of morality. In the highly sensitive context of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), social science re...
PENINGKATAN PEREKONOMIAN RAKYAT DI KARESIDENAN REMBANG MELALUI PENGELOLAAN TERNAK TAHUN 1900-1942 (SUATU KAJIAN HISTORIS)
Ranch as one of the community in supporting the economy Residency Rembang has received attentionfrom the colonial government. It can be seen from one of the policies issued by the government at thattime, the effort to develop the farm. Governmentâ€™s attention not only on livestock assistance, but a...
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Transmission Expansion and Electricity Trade: A Case Study of the Greek Power System
The integration of European electricity markets, through the market coupling process, can create significant efficiency gains in terms of social welfare to European consumers and industries. The market coupling process is anticipated to more efficiently utilize the generation and transmission activi...
Social interoperability of AI in health: a challenge for the design of algorithms located in practices
In this article, our objective is to explore an emerging concept in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in health, that of social interoperability. In other words, we would like to understand the relationship between users (healthcare professionals, patients, caregivers) and data generated by...
Evaluation of anti-smoking policies in Latin American countries in the age of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control
OBJETIVO: El Convenio Marco para el Control del Tabaco (CMCT) pretende coordinar las políticas mundiales que reducen el consumo de tabaco. Con toda probabilidad, estas medidas tendrán efectos en países de ingresos medianos y bajos; no obstante, se requieren estudios de evaluación para determinar sus...
The adoption of various legal systems in Indonesia: an effort to initiate the prismatic Mixed Legal Systems
Indonesia has three legal systems. Thus experts dispute which one to use. Peter de Cruz’s opinion on worldwide legal systems makes it hard to classify Indonesia. This paper analyses the existence of Mixed Legal Systems in the world legal system and the consequences of adopting them in Indonesia to c...
A Physical Model-Based Data-Driven Approach to Overcome Data Scarcity and Predict Building Energy Consumption
Predicting building energy consumption needs to be anticipated to save building energy and effectively control the predictions. This study depicted the target building as a physical model to improve the learning performance in a data-scarce environment and proposed a model that uses simulation resul...
Implementation of health promotion programmes in schools: an approach to understand the influence of contextual factors on the process?
International audience Background: Implementing complex and multi-level public health programmes is challenging in school settings. Discrepancies between expected and actual programme outcomes are often reported. Such discrepancies are due to complex interactions between contextual factors. Contextu...
An environmental scan of KT tools about pediatric concussion in Canada: protocol
Background: In North America, more than 650 000 children present to hospital emergency departments (ED) annually, for concussions. Concussion, is defined as a complex pathophysiologic process affecting the brain, induced by biomechanical forces due to either a direct or indirect blow, resulting in t...
Pascal’s wager: tracking an intended reader in the structure of the argument
Pascal’s wager is the name of an argument in favor of belief in God presented by Blaise Pascal in §233 of Thoughts. Ian Hacking (1972) pointed out that Pascal’s text involves three different versions of the argument. This paper proceeds from this identification, but it concerns an examination of the...
To model the architectural design process with regard to a “reception design” : epistemological study
Manchmal wird die Architektur für die Nutzungen kritisiert, die sie "produziert" oder "verboten" hat (eine gewisse Geringschätzung der "grands ensembles" der französischen Nachkriegszeit ist dafür symptomatisch). Manchmal geht es bei der Kritik gerade um die Kluft zwischen der ursprünglichen Absicht...
Conserving Water in Irrigated Agriculture: The Economics and Valuation of Water Rights
The effective management of water resources in Alberta is crucial to sustainable agriculture, industrial development, and environmental management. The historical water allocation mechanism, administration apportionment, has been viewed in recent years as ineffective and cumbersome. Accordingly, the...
The diverted uses of medicines or dilemmas brought about by acting on the time remaining in the care of the end of life at the hospital
L'accompagnement des mourants proposé par les soins palliatifs se fonde sur l'autonomie du patient impliquant un discours ouvert autour de la mort qui approche. Afin de déployer leur offre à l'hôpital, les professionnels des soins palliatifs souhaitent formaliser l'entrée dans la phase palliative de...
Using Disruptive Technologies in Government: Identification of Research and Training Needs
Part 4: AI, Data Analytics and Automated Decision Making International audience Over the past years, a number of new technologies have emerged with a potential to disrupt many spheres of the society. While public sector traditionally lacks behind business in innovation, significant changes are antic...
A systematic approach of learning technologies in the French education system
Our qualitative research is part of a thought of Sciences of Education. It is based on interviews with members of the school system and specifically the actors who use ENT, Digital Work Environment. Our analysis is mainly based on the model of Wallet, PADI. Our systemic and multi referenced theoreti...
Postsecular Victorians: literature, culture, and belief
This dissertation argues that nineteenth-century literature anticipated the vibrant interdisciplinary debates that now center on the meanings of secularism. For decades, modernity has been associated with the decline of religion, ignoring the many ways that modern institutions adapted religious feel...
The Lexicographical and Lexicological Procedures and Methods of John Wilkins
Athabasca River basin water use assessment
The Athabasca River Basin contains valuable resources including timber, coal, petroleum and natural gas, and oil sands. A variety of intensive development activities are taking place and the use of water in these activities is important. In order to provide the Athabasca River Basin Planner with wat...
Territorial dynamics of adoption, diffusion and uses of rural third-workplaces : a systemic approach of telework centers in Cantal
The development of third-place in the form of telework centres since 2005 questions the effects of public policies of ICTs and telework on French rural areas. The thesis analyzes these public systems interacting with their territorial dynamics of anchors and their effects on spatial differentiation...
On the Feasibility of Water Surface Mapping with Single Photon LiDAR
Single photon sensitive airborne Light Detection And Ranging (LiDAR) enables a higher area performance at the price of an increased outlier rate and a lower ranging accuracy compared to conventional Multi-Photon LiDAR. Single Photon LiDAR, in particular, uses green laser light potentially capable of...
Wildland fire potential outlooks for Portugal using meteorological indices of fire danger
Portugal is recurrently affected by large wildfire events that have serious impacts at the socio-economic and environmental levels and dramatic consequences associated with the loss of lives and the destruction of the landscape. Accordingly, seasonal forecasts are required to assist fire managers, t...
Ecotourism as a Forest Conservation Tool: An NDVI Analysis of the Sitakunda Botanical Garden and Ecopark in Chattogram, Bangladesh
Ecotourism, a sustainable form of tourism, is increasingly being viewed as a tool that can promote global biodiversity and forest conservation. This study explored the scope of ecotourism in forest conservation practices in the developing context by taking the Sitakunda Botanical Garden and Ecopark...