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Hart Crane : his poetry in presence and meaning

Migliavacca, Adriano Moraes
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
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Este trabalho visa a oferecer uma análise da obra de Hart Crane, um dos mais importantes poetas modernos norte-americanos. Influenciada pela imagética da poesia simbolista francesa e do romantismo inglês, bem como a retórica de dramaturgos e poetas elisabetanos, a poesia de Hart Crane foi vista como ambiciosa e difícil desde seu surgimento. Devido à complexidade de sua linguagem e temas, esta obra sempre apresentou desafios a leitores e críticos, resultando em opiniões conflitantes sobre seu lugar na literatura moderna. Neste estudo, sua poesia lírica é analisada com respeito aos seus temas, sentidos e recursos linguísticos, em uma tentativa de oferecer uma forma mais produtiva e abrangente de se ler e entender esta obra importante da poesia moderna.; This study aims at providing an analysis of the work of Hart Crane, one of the foremost North-America modern poets. Influenced by the imagery of French Symbolist poetry and English Romanticism, as well as the rhetoric of Elizabethan dramatists and poets, the poetry of Hart Crane was seen as ambitious and difficult since its appearance. Due to the complexity of its language and themes, this work has always presented challenges to readers and critics, resulting in disparate views regarding its place in modern literature. In this study...

Canada in the Making: Pastoral Ideology in the Poetry of the Early Colonial Era

Bastos, Mário Vítor, 1961-
Fonte: Centro de Estudos Anglísticos da Universidade de Lisboa Publicador: Centro de Estudos Anglísticos da Universidade de Lisboa
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Poetry in present day Canada begun almost simultaneously with the European colonization of those regions of the New World. Many of their first poets had been forced to immigrate into these unknown parts of the world. Albeit the stylistic belatedness (as compared to their European standards and contemporaries), their poems remain invaluable documents for the understanding of history of the literary of cultural growth in Canada, and of its social and political contradictions and tensions. In fact, long before the urban shift in North-American in late 19th century, Canadian English poets had been giving a significant contribution to the building up of a national identity, mostly through their exploration of the pastoral myth. This essay interprets some significant moments and authors of this process.

Alcohol Use Among Female Sex Workers and Male Clients: An Integrative Review of Global Literature

Li, Qing; Li, Xiaoming; Stanton, Bonita
Fonte: Oxford University Press Publicador: Oxford University Press
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Aims: To review the patterns, contexts and impacts of alcohol use associated with commercial sex reported in the global literature. Methods: We identified peer-reviewed English-language articles from 1980 to 2008 reporting alcohol consumption among female sex workers (FSWs) or male clients. We retrieved 70 articles describing 76 studies, in which 64 were quantitative (52 for FSWs, 12 for male clients) and 12 qualitative. Results: Studies increased over the past three decades, with geographic concentration of the research in Asia and North America. Alcohol use was prevalent among FSWs and clients. Integrating quantitative and qualitative studies, multilevel contexts of alcohol use in the sex work environment were identified, including workplace and occupation-related use, the use of alcohol to facilitate the transition into and practice of commercial sex among both FSWs and male clients, and self-medication among FSWs. Alcohol use was associated with adverse physical health, illicit drug use, mental health problems, and victimization of sexual violence, although its associations with HIV/sexually transmitted infections and unprotected sex among FSWs were inconclusive. Conclusions: Alcohol use in the context of commercial sex is prevalent...

HIV testing and counselling for migrant populations living in high-income countries: a systematic review

Alvarez-del Arco, Debora; Monge, Susana; Azcoaga, Amaya; Rio, Isabel; Hernando, Victoria; Gonzalez, Cristina; Alejos, Belen; Caro, Ana Maria; Perez-Cachafeiro, Santiago; Ramirez-Rubio, Oriana; Bolumar, Francisco; Noori, Teymur; Del Amo, Julia
Fonte: Oxford University Press Publicador: Oxford University Press
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Background: The barriers to HIV testing and counselling that migrants encounter can jeopardize proactive HIV testing that relies on the fact that HIV testing must be linked to care. We analyse available evidence on HIV testing and counselling strategies targeting migrants and ethnic minorities in high-income countries. Methods: Systematic literature review of the five main databases of articles in English from Europe, North America and Australia between 2005 and 2009. Results: Of 1034 abstracts, 37 articles were selected. Migrants, mainly from HIV-endemic countries, are at risk of HIV infection and its consequences. The HIV prevalence among migrants is higher than the general population’s, and migrants have higher frequency of delayed HIV diagnosis. For migrants from countries with low HIV prevalence and for ethnic minorities, socio-economic vulnerability puts them at risk of acquiring HIV. Migrants have specific legal and administrative impediments to accessing HIV testing—in some countries, undocumented migrants are not entitled to health care—as well as cultural and linguistic barriers, racism and xenophobia. Migrants and ethnic minorities fear stigma from their communities, yet community acceptance is key for well-being. Conclusions: Migrants and ethnic minorities should be offered HIV testing...

De la pédagogie dans les manuels de traduction : analyse comparative des manuels anglais-français publiés en Amérique du Nord et en Europe depuis 1992

Marchand, Chantale
Fonte: Université de Montréal Publicador: Université de Montréal
Tipo: Thèse ou Mémoire numérique / Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
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Ce mémoire vise à mettre en parallèle les recherches réalisées par les traductologues spécialisés en pédagogie et le contenu des manuels conçus pour l’enseignement professionnel de la traduction. Il a pour objet l’analyse des manuels de formation à la traduction pragmatique (générale ou spécialisée) de l’anglais vers le français publiés en Amérique du Nord et en Europe depuis 1992. Dans cette recherche, l’examen des principales approches en enseignement de la traduction a d’abord permis de dégager un ensemble de propositions pédagogiques. Celles-ci ont été regroupées pour former un noyau conceptuel dont certaines composantes sont à la base d’une définition du contenu pédagogique des ouvrages et ont servi de critères d’analyse pour les manuels recensés. Le noyau conceptuel employé pour l’analyse des ouvrages pourra éventuellement être utile dans le cadre de recherches portant sur les manuels conçus pour l’enseignement de la traduction dans d’autres paires de langues. L’analyse comparative des ouvrages recensés a permis de son côté de brosser un portrait actuel du manuel de traduction professionnelle tout en mettant en évidence les aspects du contenu pédagogique qui pourraient être exploités davantage dans la prochaine génération de manuels de traduction. L’étude donne également une idée du nombre de manuels offerts sur les marchés nord-américain et européen qui sont destinés aux apprenants de la traduction professionnelle. En plus de préciser la place qu’occupent les manuels de traduction au sein de la traductologie...

Inventing interventions : strategies of reappropriation in Native American and First Nations literatures

Henzi, Sarah
Fonte: Université de Montréal Publicador: Université de Montréal
Tipo: Thèse ou Mémoire numérique / Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
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Ma thèse de doctorat, intitulée Inventing Interventions: Strategies of Reappropriation in Native and First Nations Literatures traite du sujet de la réappropriation de la langue anglaise et de la langue française dans les littératures autochtones du Canada et des États-Unis, en tant que stratégie d’intervention de re-narration et de récupération. De fait, mon projet fait abstraction, autant que possible, des frontières nationales et linguistiques, vu que celles-ci sont essentiellement des constructions culturelles et coloniales. Ainsi, l’acte de réappropriation de la langue coloniale implique non seulement la maîtrise de base de cette dernière à des fins de communication, cela devient un moyen envers une fin : au lieu d’être possédés par la langue, les auteurs sur lesquels je me penche ici possèdent à présent cette dernière, et n’y sont plus soumis. Les tensions qui résultent d’un tel processus sont le produit d’une transition violente imposée et expérimentale d’une réalité culturelle à une autre, qui, pour plusieurs, n’a pas réussie et s’est, au contraire, effritée sur elle-même. Je soutiens donc que les auteurs autochtones ont créé un moyen à travers l’expression artistique et politique de répondre (dans le sens de « write back ») à l’oppression et l’injustice. À travers l’analyse d’oeuvres contemporaines écrites en anglais ou en français...

Accepting the Failure of Human and State Bodies: Interactions of Syphilis and Space in "Hamlet" and "The Knight of the Burning Pestle"

Radford, Laura E.
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
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The purpose of this thesis is, first, to explore the presence and meaning of Foucault’s heterotopia within William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”and Beaumont and Fletcher’s “The Knight of the Burning Pestle.” The heterotopia is a privileged space of self-reflection created by individuals or societies in crisis. In each play, the presence of crisis is explained though the metaphor of syphilis; to which individual characters respond by entering the reflective space of the heterotopia in order to countenance and “cure” their afflictions. The second purpose of this thesis is to examine the ways in which the crises acted upon the stage reflect pressing social anxieties of late – Elizabethan and early- Jacobean England: succession to the throne and shifting market structure. Both playwrights create heterotopic space for their audience through the structure of their dramatic work, and ask their audience to enter this reflective space, and consider –and learn from – their remarks upon the state of society.

Teachers’ Experiences in and Perceptions of their12th-Grade British Literature Classrooms

McIntyre-McCullough, Keisha Simone
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
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The purpose of this study was to understand the experiences and perceptions of 12th-grade literature teachers about curriculum, Post-Colonial literature, and students. Theories posed by Piaget (1995), Vygotsky (1995), and Rosenblatt (1995) formed the framework for this micro-ethnographic study. Seven teachers from public and private schools in South Florida participated in this two-phase study; three teachers in Phase I and four in Phase II. All participants completed individual semi-structured interviews and demographic surveys. In addition, four of the teachers were observed teaching. The analysis yielded three themes and two sub-themes: (a) knowledge concerned teachers’ knowledge of British literature content and Post-Colonial authors and their literature; (b) freedom described teachers’ freedom to choose how to teach their content. Included in this theme was dilemmas associated with 12th-grade classrooms which described issues that were pertinent to the 12th-grade teacher and classroom that were revealed by the study; and (c) thoughts about students described teachers’ perceptions about students and how literature might affect the students. Two subthemes of knowledge were as follows:(1) text complexity described teacher responses to a Post-Colonial text’s complexity and (2) student desirability/teachability described teachers’ perception about how desirable Post-Colonial texts would be to students and whether teachers would be willing to teach these texts. The researcher offers recommendations for understanding factors associated with 12th-grade teachers perceptions and implications for enhancing the 12th-grade experience for teachers and curriculum...

Simply Genre Films: Extracting “King Lear” from “House of Strangers” and “Broken Lance"

Funk, Sophia G. I.
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
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The purpose of this thesis is to evaluate and refute Yvonne Griggs’ claims that the films “House of Strangers” (1949) and “Broken Lance” (1954) are as Griggs deems “genre-based adaptations” of William Shakespeare’s “King Lear.” I argue that the films, although they have some essential elements of “King Lear,” lack intentionality and reception, pivotal components in determining viability as a Shakespearean film adaptation. Using Griggs’ book as my critical background, I will show that these films are better classified under their respective genre categories, Western and film noir, not as “King Lear” genre adaptations. I will also suggest criteria for determining the level of canonicity of a “King Lear” film adaptation. Popularity of films does not determine validity, and a film does not need purported Shakespearean provenance to validate its ratings. Some films, like these, merely reference or pay homage to Shakespeare through use of essential elements of “King Lear”; here, I deem such affinities to be more unintentional than intentional.

The Commodification of Queer Virgins in Shakespeare, Spenser, and Keats

Ortega, Laura M
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
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The purpose of this thesis was to explore selected works from William Shakespeare, Edmund Spenser, and John Keats, in order to expose textual instances of feminist thought. This analysis was aided with feminist theorists falling under the main strains of queer theory, materialism, and gender performance. Specifically, this thesis focused on the ways in which women, particularly virgin daughters, were viewed as property by their male kin. It also looked at how these women engaged in various symbolic masquerades and/or actual cross-dressing as a response to the aforementioned phenomenon. Finally, the thesis exposed how these masquerades can be construed as a queering of identity—manifested through reversals of power and rejection of patriarchal institutions like marriage.

Prevalence of cutaneous lesions in Freixo de Espada à Cinta.; Prevalência das lesôes cutâneas em Freixo de Espada à Cinta.

Massa, A; Serviço de Dermatologia, Hospital Geral de Santo António, Porto.; Alves, R; Amado, J; Matos, E; Sanches, M; Selores, M; Santos, C; Costa, V; Velho, G; Oliveira, M; Ferreira, E; Taveira, M; Silva, N S; Granado, E; Lemos, A; Calheiros, J M
Fonte: Ordem dos Médicos Publicador: Ordem dos Médicos
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; article; article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion Formato: application/pdf
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Incidence or prevalence studies on cutaneous lesions in general populations are not available. The community observed by the authors (Freixo de Espada à Cinta, North-Eastern Portugal) is relatively closed. A pre-tested questionnaire for socio-demographic and clinical information was used and a physical observation was conducted in January and February 1994 by the Dermatology Team of Santo António General Hospital, Oporto. The analysis was supported by independent tests (Pearson and Fisher chi 2, Student-t, Mann-Whitney and Kruskall-Wallis). The Spearman correlation coefficient was also used. The results indicated that 51.9% of 1000 subjects analysed were in phototype III. Concerning specific pathologies, the following percentages were observed: melanocytic nevi 81.2; hemangiomas 26.5; androgenetic alopecia 20.5; deshydrotic eczema 12.7; seborrheic keratosis 11; solar keratosis 9.6; acne vulgaris 9.5; seborrheic dermatitis 6.9; superficial mycosis 6.4; other dermatitis 5.5; vascular spiders 4.4; vulgar psoriasis 1.9; vulgar warts 1.5; pediculosis and scabiosis 1.2.; herpes simplex 0.9; impetigo 0.7; tumours (neoplasias) 0.7; dysplastic nevi 0.6; urticaria 0.3. More than nine nevi were counted in 50% of the subjects observed. A difference was observed (p < 0.05) concerning the presence of nevi...

The World in Singing Made: David Markson's "Wittgenstein's Mistress"

Fajardo, Tiffany L
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
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In line with Wittgenstein's axiom that "what the solipsist means is quite correct; only it cannot be said, but makes itself manifest," this thesis aims to demonstrate how the gulf between analytic and continental philosophy can best be bridged through the mediation of art. The present thesis brings attention to Markson's work, lauded in the tradition of Faulkner, Joyce, and Lowry, as exemplary of the shift from modernity to postmodernity, wherein the human heart is not only in conflict with itself, but with the language out of which it is necessarily constituted. Markson limns the paradoxical condition of the subject severed from intersubjectivity, and affected not only by the grief of bereavement, which can be defined in Heideggarian terms as anxiety for the ontic negation of a being (i.e., death), but by loss, which I assert is the ontological ground for how Dasein encounters the nothing in anxiety proper.

Imperial hybrids in the age of colonialism : Maintaining dominance over and negotiating desire for the native

Bolisay, Ronald
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
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Hybridity is typically formulated in post-colonial theory as a means of resistance, subversion, or liberatory strategy in the hands of the present-day post-colonial subject or theorist. This project, however, demonstrates hybridity as a means of securing dominance and maintaining control when wielded by the imperialist in Cooper's Last of the Mohicans (1826), Kipling's Kim (1901), and Burroughs' Tarzan of the Apes (1914). The strategic deployment of hybridity in these texts also serves as an opportunity to negotiate the ambivalence and desire for the native that slips out of that hybrid space-- not necessarily sexual desire that flows between two polarized bodies, but rather, triangulated through other mediating terms such as class, nationality or manliness. Across these novels, the location of the native shifts, until it settles within the white body itself in Tarzan. Desire for the native, then, is returned to the white body in a narcissistic circle of self-glorification.

Women’s Literary Club of St. Catharines Fonds

Barnett, Jody
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Outros
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The Women's Literary Club of St. Catharines was founded in 1892 by a local author, Emma Harvey (Mrs. J.G.) Currie (1829-1913) and held its last official meeting on February 19, 1994. The Club developed, flourished and eventually waned. After more than one hundred successful years, the last members deposited the Club's archives at Brock University for the benefit of researchers, scholars and the larger community. The ‘object of the Club’ was established as “the promotion of literary pursuits.” The Club was a non-profit social organization composed of predominantly white, upper middle class women from the St. Catharines and surrounding areas. Club meetings were traditionally held fortnightly from March to December each year. The last meeting of the year was a celebration of their Club anniversary. The early meetings of the Club include papers presented and music performed by Club members. The literary pursuits that would dominate the agendas for the entire life of the Club reflected an interest in selected authors, national and local history, classical history, musical performances and current cultural and newsworthy events. For example in 1893 a typical meeting agendas would contain papers on Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Hawaii...

Tradução e representação no ensino de literatura estrangeira : um lugar "ente-linguas"; Translation and representation in foreign literature teaching : an "inter-language" space

Rosa Maria Olher
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
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Este trabalho tem como objetivo geral ampliar as discussões sobre as representações de tradução, no contexto de ensino superior de literaturas estrangeiras, com base na visão discursivo-desconstrucionista. Para a análise e discussão, foram entrevistados professores de literaturas estrangeiras de nível superior, no Brasil e nos Estados Unidos da América, os quais responderam questões relacionadas à tradução, ao ensino de literatura e à leitura de textos literários estrangeiros. A hipótese de que o contexto de ensino superior de literaturas estrangeiras coloca a tradução como secundária é discutida e problematizada através da relação que se estabelece entre original e tradução e da discussão das representações que os sujeitos envolvidos têm de tradução, a partir de suas posições discursivas de professores e de leitores. Os resultados das discussões mostraram que as representações sobre tradução, no contexto brasileiro investigado, são construídas a partir de noções como: (in)fidelidade, autoria e originalidade, bem como da preferência pelo uso da língua estrangeira e pela leitura do texto original, problematizadas como resultado do lugar "entre-línguas" ocupado pelos sujeitos entrevistados. No contexto norte-americano específico e amostrado...

Rochas-mater da "terra roxa"

Gutmans,M.
Fonte: Instituto Agronômico de Campinas Publicador: Instituto Agronômico de Campinas
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
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Physico-chemical and mineralogical studies of the soils of the São Paulo State by the Soil Division of The Agronomical Institute proved the existence of different violet soils in South-Brasil and its origin from basaltic rocks. The Brasilian denomination "terra roxa" is already many times translated to "red soil", which is inexact, because the colour "roxa" corresponds to "violet" in English. We must insist on the perfection of Brasilian expression, which gives the shortest and the best characteristic of the true violet soil, derived through the decomposition of basalts and diabases in the São Paulo State. The term "red soil" originated much confusion, because there are in this state many "red soils" of different origins, but the true violet soil is quite unique. The violet colour of this soil appears very beautifully on the clean fields above the diabase hills at the distance of some hundreds of meters. In the state of complete dryness the violet soil becomes coffee brown, but never gets a red colour. The violet soil is the best soil of South America, on the contrary the red soils, which are mostly lateritic, are bad soils. Some exceptions, do exist, of course. The basalts produce laterites and other red soils of better qualities. With the purpose to contribute to the study of the violet and the red soils the present essay was made...

Social Support Through the Use of ICT for Caregivers of the Chronically Ill: State of the Art; Soporte social con el uso de las TIC para cuidadores de personas con enfermedad crónica: un estado del arte; Apoio social com TIC para os cuidadores de pessoas com doenças crônicas: um estado da arte

Cárdenas-Corredor, Diana Carolina; Universidad Nacional de Colombia; Melenge-Díaz, Brigitte; Universidad Nacional de Colombia; Pinilla, Johanna; Universidad Nacional de Colombia; Carrillo-González, Gloria Mabel; Universidad Nacional de Colombia; Chapar
Fonte: Aquichan Publicador: Aquichan
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The use of information and communication technology (ICT) in this new era is necessary, especially to provide social support in health services. Objective: Characterize academic and scientific output and identify the strategies and trends in social support using ICT with family caregivers of chronically ill persons in America during the period from 1996 to 2009. Materials and methods: A descriptive review of documents with a cross-sectional design developed through a database search. The Hoyos method for preparing record cards was used to design a matrix for the document analysis. Results: Thirty-one articles published between 1996 and 2009 were selected for this study on the state of the art. All existing literature on social support through the use of ICT is found in North America. It is predominantly in English, and most of the articles were published in 2004: 14 quantitative and 13 qualitative studies that measure quality, satisfaction, access, information provided, and follow-up strategies. Conclusions: The use of ICT with family caregivers of the chronically ill has a protective effect that leads to improvement in their physical and mental health. The most widely used ICT are Internet and the telephone. The importance of incorporating ICT in the Colombian context and in nursing practice through research projects is recognized.; El uso de tecnologías de información y comunicación (TIC) en la nueva era es una necesidad para dar soporte social en salud. Objetivo: caracterizar la producción académica y científica e identificar las estrategias y su evolución acerca del soporte social con el uso de TIC para cuidadores familiares de personas con enfermedad crónica en América en el periodo comprendido entre 1996-2009. Materiales y métodos: revisión documental...

Obesity, Nutrition, and Asthma in Children

Lang, Jason E.
Fonte: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. Publicador: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Obesity rates have increased dramatically among children in many parts of the world, especially in North America and several other English-speaking countries. The impact of obesity on pediatric health has become a major prevention initiative by the Obama administration and several public health organizations. Children with obesity are at increased risk for developing asthma, which is already one of the most common chronic diseases among children. The cause underlying obesity's impact on asthma risk is unknown. Commonly cited potential etiologies include airway smooth muscle dysfunction from thoracic restriction, obesity-related circulating inflammation priming the lung, and obesity-related comorbidities mediating asthma symptom development. Each of these theories does not fit precisely with all of the data that have accumulated over the last decade. In this review, I will explore other possible causes including: (1) dietary characteristics common in Westernized countries that might lead to both obesity and asthma; (2) reductions in physical activity; and (3) genetic alterations that increase the propensity to both obesity and asthma together. Next, I will review the current data on how obesity affects common characteristics of asthma such as airway inflammation...

Decorative fabrics for 19th century domestic interiors in english and north-american prescriptive literature; Tecidos decorativos e interiores domésticos oitocentistas na literatura prescritiva inglesa e norte-americana

Neira, Luz García
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Museu Paulista Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Museu Paulista
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The handbooks and magazines about decorating that were published in England and North America during the19th Century meant that the choice of textiles played a key role in shaping the environment. Artistic, craftsman and industrial textiles shared domestic space and in each situation, it was advised that their social value should be directly proportional to their artistic value. This article is based on the literature designed to serve as an aid to house decoration and the bibliography of works that have previously explored this subject. It addresses this relationship and seeks to show that through industrial advances and the growth in the use of industrialized fabrics, artistic values were transmitted to the textiles produced by industry with the aim of ensuring they had a better acceptance among the customers.; Os manuais e jornais de decoração publicados na Inglaterra e Estados Unidos durante o século XIX deram à escolha dos têxteis um papel fundamental na configuração dos ambientes. Têxteis artísticos, artesanais e industriais compartilharam o espaço doméstico, sendo recomendados, em cada situação, conforme seu valor social, diretamente proporcional ao seu valor artístico. Baseado na literatura destinada a auxiliar na decoração doméstica e na bibliografia prévia que explora o assunto...

Introduction; introdução

Heberle, Viviane; Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina -UFSC; Meurer, Jose Luiz
Fonte: UFSC Publicador: UFSC
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; introdução; Formato: application/pdf
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Systemic functional linguistics (SFL) has become a solid and productive theory of language increasingly applied in different fields of sciences to explain language phenomena in use, that is, language doing some work in social contexts. The pioneering work of Michael Halliday and subsequently of researchers who share his theoretical views has produced a vast array of linguistic and social studies which have crossed the boundaries of continents from Australia to Asia and Africa as well as to North and South America.