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  • There have been rumors for the past several years that the worldwide frog population is declining, perhaps due to effects of global warming. But this book shows that the worldwide frog-story population is growing and thriving. This will be of little comfort to lovers of amphibians, but a cause for pleasure to students of cognitive linguistics, developmental psychology, and narratology.

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  • I would like to thank those with whom I have worked both at the University of Bristol and at the University of East Anglia for their friend- ship, encouragement and advice in the years leading up to the publication of this book. Particular thanks are due to Caroline Ball, Dave Cowan, James Davey, Bronwen Morgan, Jill Morgan, Tony Prosser, Oliver Quick, Mike Radford, Claudina Richards and Mark Stallworthy.

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  • Twelve studies addressed the contextual influences which hinder or enable the develop- ment of reflection and reflective capability. Several studies explored the effect of context on reflection and reflective thinking. Sobral (2000) found evidence for improved quality of learning as students strive for control of their learning. He suggests that a greater effort at reflection is associated with a more positive learning experience, and that reflection in learning is related to readiness for self- regulated learning, and to the meaningfulness of the experience. Boenink et al.

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  • To better understand the international perspective of public policies for the elderly, in line with the parameters that serve as tendencies for national policies, one must contextualize international health conferences that had health promotion as their central topic. Since the Declaration of Alma-Ata, in 1978(5), it has been noted that measures and characteristics of health promotion imply a search for healthier life styles and active aging. Health promotion is seen as a process of community qualification, aiming to improve life and health conditions.

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  • This is a further development of my last book Brain, Mind, and the Signifying Body(Thibault 2004a). That book was a first step in an overall attempt to rethink meaning-making activity from the perspective of the body-brain system – the signifying body – embedded in its ecosocial semiotic environment.

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  • Meaning in context 2. Rational interpretation 3. Logically and reasonably discussing so perplexing 4. The meaning of the meaning question 5. A rather modest perspective - the whole picture – the complete meaning 6. The belonging of meaning in our minds and in our hearts 7. Contextual backdrop – the triangle of meaning 8. God and Human meaning 9. An attempt to find enlightenment 10. Acknowledgments Meaning in context Many

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  • Quantitative methods - including performance testing, indoor air pollution monitoring and questionnaires - can track changes in "quantifiables" and are a means of objectively comparing one intervention against another. Qualitative methods, on the other hand, help reveal the perspectives of individuals or communities and provide important contextual data to explain the results of quantitative analyses. They include in-depth, open-ended interviews, direct observations of behaviours and participatory methods. Sample size, i.e.

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