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Analysis of cognitive features involved in minimally invasive surgery
Minimally invasive surgery reduces postoperative pain, hospitalisation and associated costs. The use of long and rigid instruments in a closed haptic space limits incisions. The latter working conditions also challenge cognitive and motor skills of the surgeons. The surgeons need to mentally rotate...
Privately-owned buildings, re-housing, what next steps ? Professionnals and inhabitants involved in an urban renewal operation
Since 2003, more than 400 popular districts categorized as sensitive urban zones and 4 million inhabitants have become part of a program initiated by the Framework Act on Town Planning and Urban Renewal (so-called “Borloo law”). In order to achieve district transformation and social diversity, the p...
Biomechanical Pressures and Upper Extremity Asymmetry: A Study on Young Laborers
The purpose of this study is to reveal the impacts of biomechanical pressures of heavy working conditions on the upper extremities of young laborers. The study covers the examination of the upper extremities of 104 young laborers in the industrial workshops of Ankara, Turkey regarding bilateral asym...
The staff of the bonaeran prison service in the Hierarchy of Alcaides seniors: an analysis of human rights training in the period from 2007 to 2013
Prison work involves pursuing the task with people who have been deprived of their liberty; whereas they can lead to mental disorders or addictions, lack social and educational skills, come from marginalised groups in society; but each is unique in its own right. Prison staff should treat them in a...
Building zeolites from precrystallized units: nanoscale architecture
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Why Suicide-Terrorists Get Educated, and What to Do About It
This paper tries to reconcile the observed fact that suicide-terrorists have a relatively high education level with rationality. It brings out the conditions under which potential students choose to acquire some education in a rational-choice model where this yields a non-zero probability of blowing...
Children and Young people work during the baroque period. The case of the silk manufacture in Murcia
Nowadays, there are practically no records on the work that Spanish children and young people carried out during the Modern Age. In this paper, we try to analyze the social and labour situation of children, young girls and boys in the Baroque century, concentrating mainly on aspects related to the s...
The World of the Factory in the Poetry of Miquel Martí i Pol
Of the many possible readings offered by the large body of poetry written by Miquel Martí i Pol (Roda de Ter, 1929), the geographical constitutes, perhaps, one of the most suggestive and yet one of the least explored. The rich world of experiences and feelings that the writer captures in his poems,...
The social and symbolic powers of the working reference (discussion by a panel of a thematic section)
National audience Three tracks are invested in this thematic section: — The first is to grasp the symbolic dimension of the centre of work. To what extent does the labour movement provide grammar for collective action? To what extent does collective action in the 68s involve defining itself in parti...
Act 9 and employment relationships in the construction industry in Quebec
In 1973 the Government of Quebec, by Law 9, substantially amended the Act on Labour Relations in the Construction Industry. The author highlights these changes and sets out the consequences.
HERMENÉUTICA DE LA FACTICIDAD, [PSICO]TERAPIA Y ARTE. UN ESTUDIO TEÓRICO-PRÁCTICO PARA LA INTERVENCIÓN EN GRUPOS DE SALUD MENTAL
[EN] This work has both a theoretical and practical approach. It is an attempt to approximate the thought of Martin Heidegger, mainly existential analysis developed in Being and Time, to the field of art therapy. So, on the one hand, some facts and aspects are presented and analysed, which are neede...
The myths and realities of the Latin American university
The text below shows a blueprint, as a working document, allowing a discussion on the myths and realities of the Latin American university. It summarises the questions that have been raised in this regard.
Porto and its women
This is the title of the recent book by Beatriz Pacheco Pereira, edited by Folio. What does the book deal with? In the introduction, the author writes: “Porto has always been a foreign city. It leaves its best citizens fleeing to capital and abroad. It only recognises their quality when the echoes a...
Women in government
Is the quantitatively observable feminisation in the government of Lionel Jospin also discernible in government activity? In other words, is there a feminine way of working as a minister? This is the question that this article seeks to answer by relying on a series of semi-directional interviews wit...
Erotic sexual work of Afro-Colombian women migrating to Europe
Poverty, poor working conditions and unemployment affect ethnic and racial minorities and female-headed households, which has contributed to the emergence and consolidation of ‘atypical’ migration processes, which develop in parallel with other phenomena: globalisation and internationalisation of th...
Symposium: “I would not want a trade negotiator...” The identity of the diplomat: job or noble leisure? Middle-nineteenth century (German Historical Institute Paris-Diderot University, 14-16 June 2017)
In the wake of the numerous work that has renewed the study of international relations and diplomacy in Europe of the first modernity in recent decades, researchers have focused on describing ‘diplomat at work’. Their attention has focused on areas as varied as daily negotiations, the working condit...
Negation and Diffraction of willl in education
Between 1880 and 1920 the academic institution of France, pedagogues and professors of pedagogy, teachers writing school reports and worried parents, have called upon the concept of will to explain failure where there is a lack of it, to galvanise energy where it is present and to raise the spirit i...
Migration of young people entering the labour market in France: A comparison according to the qualification level
‘titrebSummary’/titrebCet article aims to clarify the profile of low-skilled migrants compared to those of qualified migrants. Indeed, while empirical literature on migration highlights that migrants are most often individuals with a relatively high level of initial education, the fact remains that...
The failure of Catholic syndicalism (1922-1926)
The article deals with the trajectory of the National Labour Confederation (CNCT): a working confederation associated with the Catholic Church that rivalles with the Mexican Regional Obrera Confederation (crom), the Mexican Regional Labour Confederation. Confederation of Workers (General Confederati...
Antaxius spinibrachius (Fischer, 1853), a new species for France (Orthoptera, Ensifera)
During orthopterlogical surveys carried out in the department of Mayenne, a new species of Ensiferous for France is discovered: Antaxius spinibrachius (Fischer, 1853). This species, endemic to the Iberian peninsula, is very localised and has probably been inadvertently introduced by working populati...
“To be... what you are”: Interview with R. by Remi Lenoir
Age of forty-seven years old, R. has been an educator since the late 1970s with the Judicial Protection of Youth. Depending on the poor conditions of his childhood, R. sees himself as a kind of miraculus. Describing the conditions in which he works, he informs about what is about living the world as...
Corrosion behaviour of micro-plasma arc welded stainless steels in H3PO4 under flowing conditions at different temperatures
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Economic stimuli, productivity and health in teachers of the Autonomous University of Benito Juárez de Oaxaca
The study aims to describe the partnership between the work that Oaxaca university academics have to do to achieve academic stimuli, in relation to their physical and mental health. A cross-sectional and descriptive study was carried out. A representative random sample was calculated from five facul...
Subjects of Natural Sciences in Training Courses for Teachers of Universities of Brazil and Portugal
Authors working with the teaching of natural sciences consider the importance of children coming into contact with subjects of this field of knowledge from the earliest years of schooling. In view of this, we look at the offer of subjects in this area in courses that train teachers who are qualified...
From working conditions to working conditions: between nomenclature and concept?