GIỐNG CỦA TỪ (Gender) 1. Định nghĩa: Là hình thức biến thể của danh từ để chỉ "tính"- hay phân biệt giống. 2. Phân loại: Giống được chia thành: 1- MASCULINE GENDER (Giống đực) Một danh từ chỉ tên một sinh vật giống đực thì thuộc về Giống đực Boy, man , father, son, cock, ox ... 2- FEMINE GENDER (Giống cái) Một danh từ chỉ tên một sinh vật giống c ái thì thuộc về Giống cái Girl, lady, woman
Histologic observations support two mechanisms for permanent hair reduction: miniaturization
of coarse hair follicles to vellus-like hair follicles, and destruction of the hair follicle with gran-
ulomatous degeneration, leaving a fibrotic remnant. Clinically, both of these mechanisms
produced reduction in hair.
The study design used a fixed set of fluence-pulse-width combinations in each patient, regard-
less of skin type. If skin type and color had been matched to appropriate fluences, the inci-
dence of side effects could have been reduced. Epidermal damage was seen in 6% of cases.
We are living through a period of striking, gender-related social change
in the West as traditional distinctions between the experiences of women
and men are breaking down and being reconfigured in new, more complex
ways. This has significant, but as yet largely unexplored, implications for
health and illness. The long-established life expectancy gap between men
and women appears to be closing in many affluent societies as men begin
to ‘catch up’ with women.
The papers in this collection were presented at a conference held in
Saskatoon, Canada, on 17-19 October 1996 under the auspices of the College
of Law, University of Saskatchewan. There are many people and several institutions
to thank for making that conference, and this collection of essays,
The organisation of the conference was one of the pleasurable duties I
undertook in 1996 as the Law Foundation of Saskatchewan Visiting Professor
at the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan.
Abnormal reproductive development in males has been linked to environmen-
tal contaminant exposure in a wide variety of vertebrates. These include
humans, rodent models, and a large number of comparative wildlife species. In
human males, abnormal reproductive development can manifest as a suite of
symptoms, described collectively as testicular dysgenesis syndrome (TDS). TDS
is also described as demasculinization or feminization of the male phenotype.
This book is the first monograph on the theme of “new materialism,” an emerging trend in 21st century thought that has already left its mark in such fields as philosophy, cultural theory, feminism, science studies, and the arts. The first part of the book contains elaborate interviews with some of the most prominent new materialist scholars of today: Rosi Braidotti, Manuel DeLanda, Karen Barad, and Quentin Meillassoux.
Latina/os are now the largest and fastest growing minority group in the United
States, representing approximately 33 million in the year 2000, and two thirds of
them are Chicana/os. However, there are major differences among Latino subgroups
in terms of their cultural characteristics, immigration experiences, history, socioeconomic
levels, and other important factors. It is no longer appropriate to negate
these differences or to assume that all Latinos share similar psychological issues
(McNeill et al., 2001).
While feminist perspectives on all areas of life and law are crucial to achieve a just,
nuanced and comprehensive understanding of them, some might think that the
family and family law are the ﬁrst, or at least most obvious, places to start. After
all, feminism is concerned to ask questions about the lives of women, and the lives
of women have traditionally centred upon their families. In fact, feminist perspec-
tives have been offered upon family relations since a recognised feminist move-
ment began centuries ago.