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Social Sciences And Cultural Studies

Author : Asunción Lopez-Varela Azcárate
ISBN : 9789535107422
Genre : Social Science
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This is a unique and groundbreaking collection of questions and answers coming from higher education institutions on diverse fields and across a wide spectrum of countries and cultures. It creates routes for further innovation, collaboration amidst the Sciences (both Natural and Social) and the Humanities and the private and the public sectors of society. The chapters speak across socio-cultural concerns, education, welfare and artistic sectors under the common desire for direct responses in more effective ways by means of interaction across societal structures.

Gender Violence Social Media And Online Environments

Author : Lisa M. Cuklanz
ISBN : 9781000825480
Genre : Social Science
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This book examines contexts, practices, and activism on issues of gender violence at the intersections of online and public spaces. Through individual case studies, the volume considers the interplay between the virtual worlds of online spaces including social media, physical spaces and bodies, and the ways in which offline and online dimensions of experience can serve as motivators for, extensions of, or limitations to each other. Examining both problems and potential solutions, chapters explore the impacts of, and potential resistance to, the intersections of gender violence, social media, and our complex lived environments across national boundaries. Throughout the volume, close attention is paid to the difficult issues highlighted when prior conceptions of basic foundations such as public space, individual rights, and professional responsibility are confronted by new examples that further trouble the boundaries of long-held frameworks of legal, social, professional understanding, and even our comprehension of the "real." Each chapter grapples with a difficult reality related to gender violence, underscores possible ways forward, and highlights limitations, resisting easy answers to complex and persistent questions about rights, personal integrity, and social responsibility. Offering clear insights into a critical issue, this book will be of interest to scholars and students in the areas of media studies, social media, gender and women's studies, sociology and criminology, digital humanities, and politics.

Otherness In Hispanic Culture

Author : Teresa Fernandez Ulloa
ISBN : 9781443862332
Genre : Performing Arts
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This book addresses contemporary discourses on a wide variety of topics related to the ideological and epistemological changes of the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries, and the ways in which they have shaped the Spanish language and cultural manifestations in both Spain and Hispanic America. The majority of the chapters are concerned with ‘otherness’ in its various dimensions; the alien Other – foreign, immigrant, ethnically different, disempowered, female or minor – as well as the Other of different sexual orientation and/or ideology. Following Octavio Paz, otherness is expressed as the attempt to find the lost object of desire, the frustrating endeavour of the androgynous Plato wishing to embrace the other half of Zeus, who in his wrath, tore off from him. Otherness compels human beings to search for the complement from which they were severed. Thus a male joins a female, his other half, the only half that not only fills him but which allows him to return to the unity and reconciliation which is restored in its own perfection, formerly altered by divine will. As a result of this transformation, one can annul the distance that keeps us away from that which, not being our own, turns into a source of anguish. The clashing diversity of all things requires the human predisposition to accept that which is different. Such a predisposition is an expression of epistemological, ethical and political aperture. The disposition to co-exist with the different is imagined in the de-anthropocentricization of the bonds with all living realms. And otherness is, in some way, the reflection of sameness (mismidad). The other is closely related to the self, because the vision of the other implies a reflection about the self; it implies, consciously or not, a relationship with the self. These topics are addressed in this book from an interdisciplinary perspective, encompassing arts, humanities and social sciences.

Biology Computing And The History Of Molecular Sequencing

Author : M. García-Sancho
ISBN : 9780230370937
Genre : Science
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Sequencing is often associated with the Human Genome Project and celebrated achievements concerning the DNA molecule. However, the history of this practice comprises not only academic biology, but also the world of computer-assisted information management. The book uncovers this history, qualifying the hype and expectations around genomics.

Educaci?n Ciencia Y Tecnolog?a Del Siglo Xxi Proyectos Reflexiones Y Metodolog?as

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En la sociedad del siglo XXI, la Educación, la Ciencia y la Tecnología, se han convertido sin duda en tres grandes pilares que contribuyen de diversa forma a nuestra evolución y desarrollo. Esta obra pretende ser un punto de encuentro y referencia entre profesionales, investigadores/as, universidades, centros educativos y empresas, con el fin de debatir y reflexionar al respecto del panorama actual. Para ello, el presente volumen se desarrolla en tres grandes apartados en los cuales la Educación está especialmente presente, hasta el punto de convertirse en el hilo conductor de los distintos capítulos que lo conforman. La elección anterior radica en la importancia que entendemos tiene la función de educar, tanto a la sociedad actual como a las generaciones futuras, en cuestiones tan necesarias como la igualdad, el respecto, los valores, la conciencia social y el pensamiento crítico. Es una labor a desarrollar fundamentalmente desde edades muy tempranas, y en todos los ámbitos, ramas y saberes posibles, con el fin de que los más jóvenes (nativos digitales) puedan desarrollarse como personas pero también como profesionales, en todo caso siempre con las mayores garantías. La sección I se centra principalmente en el ámbito de la Educación. A continuación, la sección II se destina a Ciencia y Educación. Y por último, en la sección III se aborda el uso y aplicación de la Tecnología, en el bloque denominado Tecnología y Educación. Finalmente, tal y como indica el propio título, se dará a conocer un buen número de proyectos, reflexiones y metodologías llevadas a cabo por los/as expertos/as y especialistas que han contribuido en este volumen.De la introducción del libro a cargo de la Dra. Beatriz Garrido-Ramos y D. José Ángel Méndez-Martínez.

Innovation Is An Echo Of Ourselves

Author : Teresa Lanceta Aragonés
ISBN : UIUC:30112116604312
Genre : Architecture, Modern
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Gendered Violence At International Festivals

Author : Louise Platt
ISBN : 9781000060737
Genre : Business & Economics
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Gendered Violence at International Festivals is a groundbreaking collection that focusses on this highly important social issue for the first time. Including a diverse range of interdisciplinary studies on the issue, the book contests the widely held notion that festivals are temporal spaces free from structural sexism, inequalities or gender power dynamics. Rather, they are spaces where these concerns are enhanced and enacted more freely and where the experiential environment is used as an excuse or as an opportunity to victim blame and shame. In this emerging and under-researched area, the chapters not only present original work in terms of topics but also in theoretical and methodological approaches. All of the chapters are cross- or interdisciplinary, drawing on gender, sexualities, cultural and ethnicity studies. Studies from a range of highly regarded academics based around the world examine the subject by looking at examples from a wide range of destinations, including Spain, Argentina, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Australia, Canada and the UK. This significant book progresses understanding and debates about gendered festival experiences and emphasises the symbolic and physical violence often associated with them. This will be of great interest to, undergraduate and postgraduate students and academics in the field of Events Studies. It will also be of use to practitioners or non-profit workers in the festival industries, including festival management organisations and planning committees.

Genetic Art Artificial Life

Author : Karl Gerbel
ISBN : STANFORD:36105010505449
Genre : Ars Electronica
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