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I was never a student of Karen Avetovich Karenas everyone called him behind his back and never collaborated with him. I’ve never worked on Reggeistics – the area of high-energy physics that was close to his heart.

For an understandable reason – a thirty-year age difference – I couldn’t be his close friend. And yet I decided to write a few kind words about Ter-Martirosyan for a reason which will soon become clear Wie is die Karen Armstrong, wier boeken over de hele wereld bestsellers zijn, maar die nergens zo goed verkoopt als in Nederland?

Dat maakt haar wereldwijd tot een. Karen Armstrong is wereldwijd een van de meest gelezen moderne auteurs over godsdienst. In Nederland is haar populariteit groot. Haar laatste boek, De grote transformatie, is zelfs eerder in het Nederlands verschenen dan in Engeland en Amerika in het Engels.

Het succes van haar boeken bewijst dat. Karen voices on resettlement. Memories of Karen Avetovich. Karen Avetovich Ter-Martirosyan K.

My communication with K. Eepidemiologia de Aedes albopictus en LeticiaAmazonas, Colombia. Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. Full Text Available La especie Aedes albopictus es un eficiente vector del dengue en Asia y, posiblemente, de otros arbovirus incluyendo la fiebre amarilla y la encefalitis. En epidekiologia ciudad de Tabatinga, Brasil, muy cerceide la frontera con Colombia, se ha informado la presencia de esta especie en y, posteriormente, en octubre de La presencia en Colombia de A.

Karen had tons of amazing students, and pdare unfortunate that they could not contribute to this collection. They would have a lot of marvelous stories to tell, since they spent so many days and nights at Karen ‘s house, enjoying Bella Artemievna’s hospitality and kindness.

Karen was a difficult person, with many eccentricities, ;adre at the same time he was very kind and forgiving. When people he knew had troubles, he always did whatever he could to help them.

I should add, however, that due to the many tragedies he had experienced in his family life, Karen ‘s threshold for what counted as troubles was unusually high, and what others perceived as major problems struck him as the minor complications of everyday life Global tourism chains and local development in the Amazon: Implications for community wellbeing.

The research work base of this publication has been made in Leticiaborder area with Brazil and Peru. One can say that Karen Avetovich Ter-Martirosyan was one of the stars in the brilliant constellation padte theoretical physicists dating back to the golden era of Soviet physics: Full Text Available Based on Peruvian, Colombian and British archives, this paper reconstructs the beginnings of the Leticia Conflict between Peru and Colombia at the local and regional levels. Facts are presented in three chronological series that overlap partially: The article shows how events unfolded and it implicitly compares the triangular relations between local society, central government and the armed forces at the boundaries between both countries.


Karen Strohm Kitchener Presents an obituary for Karen Strohm Kitchener, who passed away on April 4,in a tragic accident near Oahu, Hawaii. One of Karen ‘s major contributions was the development of the Reflective Judgment Jhn with her colleague, Patricia M.

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This model describes the development of people’s ability to make intellectually defensible choices about complex problems that epide,iologia right or wrong answers and instead are resolved epidemiloogia multidimensional approaches and reasoned interpretations. Word Prosody and Intonation of Sgaw Karen. The prosodic, and specifically intonation, systems of Tibeto-Burman languages have received less attention in research than those of other families.

This study investigates the word prosody and intonation of Sgaw Karena tonal Tibeto-Burman language of eastern Burma, and finds similarities to both closely related Tibeto-Burman languages and the more distant Sinitic languages like Mandarin.

Sentences of varying lengths with controlled tonal environments were elicited from a total of 12 participants 5 male. In terms of word prosody, Sgaw Karen does not exhibit word stress cues, but does maintain a prosodic distinction between the more prominent major syllable and the phonologically reduced minor syllable. In terms of intonation, Sgaw Karen patterns like related Pwo Karen in its limited use of post-lexical tone, which is only present at Intonation Phrase IP boundaries.

Study of mechanical properties of Palosangre wood Brosimum rubescens Taub. The technical recommendations of the Pan-American Committee of Technical Norms COPANT were applied for carrying out technological tests of tangential static flexion, parallel compression, tangential parallel shear, radial parallel shear, tangential impact, and radial impact in the wood of Brosimum rubescens Taub.

Moraceae coming from Leticiastate of Amazonas, Colombia. The statistical analysis was made based on the arithmetic mean, the standard deviation and the variation coefficient to obtain representativeness. The mechanical properties of the wood were also classified, and its possible uses determined. The wood of B. The Maximum Unitary Effort and Proportional Limit Effort obtained for the parallel compression were assigned to the High and Medium ranges, respectively, while the tangential shear matched the High range.

The less favorable response was found for the radial shear effort and the impact in the tangential and radial planes that corresponded to the Medium range. It was found that the most appropriate uses of the wood were: To examine the beliefs, attitudes and health-seeking behavior surrounding the use of traditional medicine among the Karen refugees from Burma. Three focus groups and two key-informant interviews were conducted with the Karen along with observations by researchers. The Karen continue to use elements of their traditional healthcare system after resettling in the U.

Accessibility and perceived efficacy of treatments influence their health-seeking behavior. The participants discussed beliefs about health and healing, spirituality, and their experience as refugees. Implications for improving the quality of healthcare for the Karen and recommendations for further research are discussed. Post-arrival health screening in Karen refugees in Australia. To document the prevalence of nutritional deficiencies, infectious diseases and susceptibility to vaccine preventable diseases in Karen refugees in Australia.

Retrospective audit of pathology results. Community based cohort in Melbourne over the period July October Prevalence of positive test results for refugee health screening, with breakdown by age group Karen refugees have high rates of nutritional deficiencies and infectious diseases and may be susceptible to vaccine preventable diseases.

These data support the need for post-arrival health screening and accessible, funded catch-up immunisation. Anmeldelser af Ivo Holmqvist red. Keystone characteristics that support cultural resilience in Karen refugee parents. The funds of knowledge approach helped to define essential knowledge used by Karen parents within their own community. Framing this study around the concept of resilience situated it within an emancipatory paradigm: Sustainability science with its capacity to absorb indigenous knowledge as legitimate scientific knowledge offered a critical platform for reconciling Karen knowledge with scientific knowledge for science education.


Photovoice, participant observation, and semi-structured interviews were used to create visual and written narrative portraits of Karen parents. Narrative analysis revealed that Karen parents had constructed a counter-narrative in Burma and Thailand that enabled them to resist assimilation into the dominant ethnic culture; by contrast, their narrative of life in resettlement in the U.

Keystone characteristics that contributed to cultural resilience were identified to be the community garden and education as a gateway to a transformed future. Anchored in a cultural tradition of farming, these Karen parents gained perspective and comfort in continuity and the potential of self-determination rooted in the land.

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Therefore, a cross-cultural learning community for Karen elementary school students that incorporates the Karen language and Karen self-sustaining knowledge of horticulture would be an appropriate venue for building a climate of reciprocity for science learning. Caring for the Karen. A newly arrived refugee group. SinceMinnesota has seen an influx of refugees from Burma. Many of these newcomers epidemiologix from the Karen state and spent time in refugee camps in Thailand before resettling in the United States.

To better understand the health needs of this population, the authors of this article conducted chart reviews at a St. Paul family medicine clinic that serves a number of Karen refugees and reviewed formal data from the Minnesota Department of Snlw Refugee Health Program.

Here, they briefly describe this community, the cultural issues that could affect health care providers’ ability to care for Karen patients, and the health concerns of these refugees.

Tales of Wayward Girls and Immoral Women: Tice Chicago, University of Illinois Press,p. Implicaciones en el bienestar de la comunidad. Las Cucharas y Leticia: In spite of the availability of modern medicines, Karens preferred herbal remedies provided by the Traditional Knowledge Practitioners TKPswho served as their healers.

Hence, the aim of this study was to collect information from TKPs and determine the significance of plants utilized for medicinal purposes. The informant consensus factor ICF in relation to medicinal plants used was also estimated and analysed.

Field research was conducted in three villages of Middle Andaman, inhabited by Karensduring October – February TKPs were interviewed with a questionnaire-guided ethno-medical survey protocol. Sniw of 78 medicinal plant species belonging to 71 genera encompassing 48 families was recorded during the survey.

These plants were used to treat 38 different ailments, and divided into ten categories of use. The highest ICF value 0. The Zingiberaceae and Fabaceae families exhibited the highest number of species, and the plants with the epiemiologia use values were Typha angustifolia L. Among the several plant parts used, leaves were mostly preferred for preparation of medicines.

Water was the main excipient used for mixing the herbs. This study documents the use of medicinal plants by Karens of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Phytochemical and pharmacological aspects of these plants need to be studied, to confirm their efficacy and safety, and determine their potential use in modern medicine.

In her case, she is a groundbreaker. In the early s, she refined her skills in ergonomics in order to have the necessary work analysis tools. Her research has investigated several professions orderlies, cleaning workers, cashiers, etc.