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Flipped Marking and Plagiarism Avoidance in a Digital Age
While plagiarism in digital classrooms has been am important topic of discussion in the literature on post-secondary teaching and learning, too often this discussion has been framed in unhelpful polemic and moral terms. In contrast, this paper argues that using a peer-evaluation flipped marking syst...
Female nutritional condition affects ovarian fluid quality in guppies
Male and female gametes are often embedded in fluids that are produced by gonads and other reproductive tissues. Female reproductive fluids, usually called ovarian fluid (OF), which often constitute a relevant volumetric component of the egg mass, are rich in ions, sugars and proteins, and are invol...
Commentary on the texts of Julie Micheau, Claude Szatan and François Aventur, Renaud Damesin and Carole Tuchszirer
Regionalised health insurance?
the subject of the regionalisation of the health system is important. Tantot brandi as REMEDE miracle, tantot denonce as utopia. For 20 years, regionalisation has been progressing, gently, by small, successive keys. Paradoxically, any drastic overhaul has a hypothetic regional health agency. Today t...
The journalistic writers of Boubacar Boris Diop: a meta-speech on African literature
This essay analyses about a hundred articles written by Boubacar Boris Diop and published in Senegalese newspapers between 1979 and 1996, to show how these texts, which represent part of his work as a journalist, become for him the site of a critical and theoretical reflection on African literature....
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While contemporary values have opened up other avenues of achievement for women, maternal experience is currently essential for full personal realisation, this new imperatives of our time. In this context, the child has become the illusory place where the parents and their own reussite are fully sat...
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Cumulative frequency-dependent selective episodes allow for rapid morph cycles and rock-paper-scissors dynamics in species with overlapping generations
Aceh Expansion Mechanism By Constitution And Local Government Constitution Of Aceh
“Urgencies”, from fiction to reality
This quick return trip between the small american ecran and the French-speaking realite will make it possible to make Mediter on the carts that the reflexion sometimes has to fill in in order to move forward...
The placement of tobacco products in films
The purpose of this article is to present a form of publicity used by tobacco manufacturers to promote their brands: product placement in films. More precisely, the first step will be to determine the impact of this advertising technique on consumers and, in particular, on young people. Secondly, we...
TEACHING POSTMODERN AND NARRATIVE SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE THROUGH THE USE OF FILM-BASED CLIENTS
This paper elaborates on the use of film-based clients in teaching narrative therapy in social work. In this paper, I provide my rationale for the use of film-based clients and then highlight the life story of Lars, taken from the film Lars and the Real Girl (2007), as an example of how film clients...
Since its creation in 2003 by a collective of Kenyan writers and intellectuals led by Binyavanga Wainaina, the literary journal Kwani? has become a renowned literary institution in Kenya and abroad. A hybrid textual object, at the interface between med...
This article aims to uncover the role played by La Reconnaissance africaine : organe d’enseignement religieux et d’études historiques, one of the first periodicals printed in French West Africa, in reconfiguring the colonial literary space in the 1930’s. The article first presents a close reading of...
Genetic HITCHHIKING AND THE DYNAMIC BuildUp OF GENOMIC divergence DURING SPECIATION WITH GENE FLOW
A major issue in evolutionary biology is explaining patterns of differentiation observed in population genomic data, as divergence can be due to both direct selection on a locus and genetic hitchhiking. "Divergence hitchhiking" (DH) theory postulates that divergent selection on a locus reduces gene...
Space reports in the survey: the resources of the misunderstanding
International audience; This paper additional interpretation methods in socio-anthropology, discussing on the interactions between observers and observed. The inclusion of the sociologist in the data analysis re-examining the distinction between “authentication” or “natural” Discourses and “artifici...
The entourage of Charles de Gaulle President of the GPRF in Paris (25 August 1944-21 January 1946)
A Paris, is Liberation, the entourage of the GPRF General of Gaulle, with some 60 members, around the President’s cabinet headed by Gaston Palewski. These members, coming from pre-war surroundings such as Paul Reynaud, General in London and above all from Resistance, are young people, diplomats and...
Rural and Community Development in Nigeria : An Assessment
The paper examines rural or community development in Nigeria with emphasis on the institutions, agencies, policies and strategies employed to bring about the much needed rural development in the country. It goes further to assess the impacts of the various efforts made by both the domestic and forei...
Effect of gender and type of sport practiced on aggression and self-esteem in Tunisian athletes.
The aim of this study is to investigate the relationships between self-esteem and aggressive dispositions of athletes by gender and types of sports. Thus, two questionnaires of aggression and the inventory of the physical self-esteem were completed by 440 subjects (mean age 21.49 ± 1.96) practicing...
Panchayat Raj Institutions as an Instrument for Women Empowerment-A Case Study
Understanding the Changing Concepts of Halloween in America
<jats:p> America has many cultures and most of them brought by the immigrants, as multiculturalism country it provides the people with freedom to explore themselves with many positive ways, what becoming the issues nowadays is about the origin of certain culture and how i...
The Wittgenstein Archives at the University of Bergen (WAB)and the University Library
<jats:p>Presentation given at UiT Digital Humanities Conference 2017</jats:p>
Two Museums for a Heritage: Unangax̂ Collections from Unga Island
This article looks at the parallel fates of two Unangax̂ (Aleut) collections from the second half of the nineteenth century made by French Alphonse Pinart and American William Dall. Their explorations of Unga Island burial caves, partly driven by their rivalry, resulted in collections of unique and...
Shared Inuit culture: European museums and Arctic communities
Since the 1980s, museum professionals have increasingly committed to sharing collections with the descendants of people and communities from whom the collected artifacts originated. As late as the 1970s, Indigenous people were not considered stakeholders in the collection and exhibition of their own...
III. Cosmopolitanism and Political Globalisation
This article explores the sources and consequences of a constitutive tension of the humanitarian discourse, that between the recognition of socio-cultural egalitarianism (which emerges from critical cosmopolitanism) and attachment to an individualistic moral universalism oriented toward a suffering...