Cultural patterns

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  • One day when I was a student in graduate school, the professor asked the class to discuss whether there was enough culture and race in our counseling psychology curriculum. To my surprise, several classmates claimed that since we had a cross-racial counseling course, there was sufficient attention given to these issues. I countered that, other than the minorities, few students took this course, and voiced my feeling that issues of culture and race needed to be integrated into every class.

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  • Relatively healthy older people, particularly those in the 60 to 70 age range, are likely to need services similar to other adult health center populations. They may face challenges similar to their younger counterparts; language barriers, limited health literacy, or cultural factors may impact health care access. Yet for the older-old, these familiar challenges are compounded by additional barriers to optimal care and quality of life. The disabled of any age often need supportive services to remain as healthy as possible and in the community.

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  • The clinical microbiology laboratory is often a sentinel for the detection of drug resistant strains of microorganisms. Standardized protocols require continual scrutiny to detect emerging phenotypic resistance patterns. The timely notification of clinicians with susceptibility results can initiate the alteration of antimicrobial chemotherapy and improve patient care. It is vital that microbiology laboratories stay current with standard and emerging methods and have a solid understanding of their function in the war on infectious diseases. ...

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  • Food consumption research suggests that widowhood confers potentially negative effects on food intake through weight change, increased adverse health outcomes, including depression, and diminished “nutritional self-management”, leading to changes in dietary behaviour and food intakes.86,87 This is particularly evident among men over the age of 7540,65,78,88 with low incomes.89 Indeed, there is a strong relation between living alone and dietary intakes among men,80,88-90 but these findings have not been consistent91,92 and are even less so among women.

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  • Among seniors, food choice and related activities are affected by health status, biological changes wrought by aging and functional abilities, which are mediated in the larger arena by familial, social and economic factors. Determinants of healthy eating stem from individual and collective factors. Individual components include age, sex, education, physiological and health issues, psychological attributes, lifestyle practices, and knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and behaviours, in addition to other universal dietary determinants such as income, social status and culture.

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  • Issues related with powerlessness are usually present in their everyday life, especially as of the moment when people escape from patterns considered acceptable by society, being marginalized and deprived of possibilities. This fact occurs, for instance, with the elderly population, which is sometimes acknowledged as incapable of making its own decisions or even assuming its role within society. The health of the individuals and its alleged promotion seem to be closely related with power, which implies freedom of choice about several issues.

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  • Biodiversity forms patterns not just across space, but also across time. New species emerge, old ones become extinct; rates of diversification speed up and slow down. These long-term patterns in evolution get their start in the generation-to- generation processes of natural selection, genetic drift, and reproductive isolation. When a lineage of organisms evolves over a few million years, these processes can potentially produce a wide range of patterns (see ). Natural selec- tion may produce a significant change in a trait such as body size, for example.

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  • When starting a global project in a new country, or when new project team members have a cultural origin that you never experienced before, the cultural dimensions can be a first source of reference to understand their general mindset, and the cultural patterns likely to be found in their culture. A second step is to read different sources of information on the country, not only to show the team members that you care for their culture, but to really understand how they live, think, and what the main sources of cultural and economic richness are. The third step...

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  • But the patterns of Indian child socialisation are bound to change as processes of modernisation and lately globalisation, proceed apace. As Murphy (1953) points out, Indian children are friendly, responsible, artistic, cheerful and spontaneous –a result she believes of the acceptance of children in the everyday pattern of family living, the easy participation of people of any age in the activities of the rest.

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học General Psychiatry cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Cell culture and passaging alters gene expression pattern and proliferation rate in rheumatoid arthritis synovial fibroblasts...

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Fatty acid profiles and their distribution patterns in microalgae: a comprehensive analysis of more than 2000 strains from the SAG culture collection

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  • Our aim was to evaluate the effect of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease stage on chest radiographic (CXR) findings among patients with HIV-related pulmonary tuberculosis (TB). Data are from a prospective multicenter treatment trial for HIV-related TB. Baseline CXR findings and CD4/ lymphocyte counts were compared among patients with HIV-related TB. Data from published studies describing CXR findings in HIV-infected patients were reviewed and a pooleddata analysis was conducted. Of 135 patients with culture-confirmed HIV-related TB, 128 had both CXR and CD4/ lymphocyte data.

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  • From the antennae of the moth Mamestra brassicae, we have identified a lepidopteran G protein a subunit belonging to the Gq family, through immunological detection in crude antennal extract and antennal primary cell cultures, followed by molecular cloning. The complete cDNA sequence (1540 bp) contains an open reading frame encoding a protein of 353 amino acids.

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  • The Global status report on alcohol and health (2011) presents a comprehensive perspective on the global, regional and country consumption of alcohol, patterns of drinking, health consequences and policy responses in Member States. It represents a continuing effort by the World Health Organization (WHO) to support Member States in collecting information in order to assist them in their efforts to reduce the harmful use of alcohol, and its health and social consequences.

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  • Current research directions are looking at Data Mining (DM) and Knowledge Management (KM) as complementary and interrelated felds, aimed at supporting, with algorithms and tools, the lifecycle of knowledge, including its discovery, formalization, retrieval, reuse, and update. While DM focuses on the extraction of patterns, information, and ultimately knowledge from data (Giudici, 2003; Fayyad et al.

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  • The Pontifical Academy of Sciences and the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences are jointly sponsoring a workshop on ‘Globalization and Education’ which will take place November 16-17, 2005. The focus of the workshop will be to find an educational project for an increasingly globalized world, based on our current bioanthropologic knowledge of the human being within the context of the diversity and interdependence of cultures, the interculturality and universality of ethical values, the role of communication technologies and the new migration patterns....

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  • Though postcolonialism has emerged as one of the most significant theoretical movements in literary and cultural studies, scant attention has been paid to the importance of trade and trade relations to debates about culture. Focusing on the past two centuries, this volume investigates the links among trade, colonialism, and forms of representation, posing the question, 'What is the historical or modern relationship between economic inequality and imperial patterns of representation and reading?

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  • More than ten years ago, two of us (AGH and DGR) were lucky enough to edit a previous symposium of the British Ecological Society (BES) – Aquatic Ecology: Scale, Pattern and Process (Giller, Hildrew & Raffaelli, 1994). In the Introduction to that volume, we pointed out that the BES had not devoted a single previous symposium to aquatic ecosystems.

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  • Popular American films penetrate nearly every aspect of contemporaryWestern life, and to an only somewhat lesser degreemost all cultures of the world. Historically, there are powerful sociological, cultural, economic, and even political reasons for this, but we would also argue thatHollywood-style filmhas evolved so that filmmakers havemore control over the attention of filmgoers (Smith 2006) and, in essence, the humanmind. One source of evidence concerns the changing pattern of shot lengths.

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  • When a person in any culture has contempt, the opposites of difference and sameness are seen in a terrible, false way: one looks down on others and does not see how they are LIKE oneself. And this makes oneself feel bad. Native Americans of the Northwest Coast are described as swinging from arrogance to self-abasement: "from triumph to shame" (Ruth Benedict, Patterns of Culture, p. 220). This is how I felt. It is a notable fact that people of the Northwest coast came to an art form that criticizes what they were doing as a society, and as people. They created a design which, Franz Boas...

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