Kinship, Self-awareness and Memory

Edoardo Manarini

The third part of the research proposes the diachronic reconstruction of the evolution of powers and awareness of the relations of kinship through a thematic analysis. The seventh chapter aims at defining the aspects that characterized the kinship group as a whole, such as self-awareness and memory through onomastic choices and monastic foundations. It shows that, in the Hucpolding case, the patrimonial possessions came to be the main cohesive feature of the group only in the years spanning the tenth to eleventh centuries. Only at that time did the switch from cognatic to agnatic structures occur.

2020 ◽  
Jena Buchan ◽  
Bonnie Clough ◽  
Jonathan Munro ◽  
Tatjana Ewais ◽  
Jaime Wallis ◽  

BACKGROUND The consequences of burnout for tertiary students across the health professions are well documented and include higher rates of mental health challenges, suicide, alcoholism, and relationship problems. As a key stakeholder in University-offered wellbeing services and support, it is desirable for students to hold a central role in development of such resources, particularly given effectiveness relies on student uptake. Hence there is a compelling need to develop a student-driven approach to promote wellbeing in the tertiary setting at individual, curricula, and systems levels. OBJECTIVE Based on this need, an online student-focused platform was developed using a bottom-up approach to support participant-driven enhancement of wellbeing and resilience to counteract burnout. This study reports on the development of the initial online “Student Bundle”, providing a foundation to inform the design of more locally based approaches to improve wellness and prevent burnout. METHODS Students and academic and professional staff from Griffith University Health groups were invited to participate in a series of focus groups. Sessions sought to collect information on desired structure, resources and overall content of the Student Bundle, with a thematic analysis undertaken to identify emerging themes. RESULTS Focus groups were conducted separately with staff (n=17) and students (n=7). Six main themes in relation to the development of the bundle emerged: Communication/Engagement; Accessibility/Flexibility; Professional practice; Community; Awareness; and Opportunity for personal growth. Stakeholders emphasized a bundle should be engaging and proactive to address wellbeing issues, incorporate aspects linked to professional identity and foster community, connectedness and self-awareness, providing an opportunity for growth. CONCLUSIONS Our research has revealed significant needs in relation to how an online student-focused wellbeing bundle could be delivered and what it could provide. Findings from this study will be used to guide further development and implementation of a multimodal, interactive student wellbeing bundle.

Volodymyr Holovko ◽  
Larysa Yakubova ◽  

The key problems of nation- and state-building are revealed in the concept of the chronotope of the Ukrainian “long twentieth century,” which is a hybrid projection of the “long nineteenth century.” An essential feature of this stage in the history of Ukraine and Ukrainians is the realization of the intentions of socioeconomic, ethnocultural and political emancipation: in fact, the end of the Ukrainian revolution, which began in the context of World War I and the destruction of the colonial system. The third book tells about the contradictions of post-Soviet transit. The three modern revolutions, the development of “oligarchic republics,” the subjectivization of Ukraine in the world through self-awareness of the European choice are visible manifestations of the final stage of the century-old Ukrainian revolution and anti-colonial liberation war. The essential transformations of the Ukrainian project are understood in the broad optics of post-totalitarian transit, the successful completion of which now rules for the national idea of Ukraine. For a wide audience.

Margarete Finger-Ossinger ◽  
Henriette Löffler-Stastka

The required basic skills of European psychotherapists were published by the European Association of Psychotherapy in 2013. One of these abilities is self-reflection. To mentalize oneself, to reflect on what circumstances and experiences in the past and present have led to the present desires, thoughts and convictions is an essential prerequisite for professional work in the psychosocial field. With the help of the thematic analysis a data set of 41 self-reflection reports of students is analysed at the end of the training. Since the training should be evaluated and if necessary optimized, it should be examined which elements of the online preparation course make the selfreflection ability visible. The analysis of the students’ texts gives a clear indication of existing self-reflection skills. It was surprising that for some students, besides the great importance of self-awareness lessons, affective integration into the blended learning program was an essential impulse for self-reflection.

Projections ◽  
2018 ◽  
Vol 12 (2) ◽  
pp. 71-75
Paisley Livingston

These brief comments raise some questions about Murray Smith’s remarks, in his new volume Film, Art, and the Third Culture: A Naturalized Aesthetics of Film, on the nature of aesthetic experience. My questions concern how we might best draw a viable distinction between aesthetic and non-aesthetic experiences and focus in particular on possible links between self-awareness and aesthetic experiences. In sum, I agree with Smith in holding that we should not give up on the notion of aesthetic experience, even though aestheticians continue to disagree regarding even the most basic questions pertaining to its nature.

2006 ◽  
Vol 45 (4) ◽  
pp. 561-599 ◽  
Bruno Frère

This article has a double goal. First, it aims to rediscover a little-used sociological system (Max Scheler’s). Second, it aims to propose a thematic analysis of solidary economy (third-sector) actors’ justifications with a specific action regime (also not much discussed). These attempts merge very fast because this retrospective becomes the limits of this very (particular?) regime. It formalizes the search for social bonds in the third-sector engagement. The latter could be understood as a search for philia - in the vocabulary of the regimes of action sociology - or a sympathy search - in the vocabulary of Max Scheler. This search for social bonds appears as a strong opposition to the “capitalist mindset (kapitalistische Geist)”.

Youngsook Kim ◽  
Inchon Park

The purpose of this study is to qualitatively explore situations in which athletes perceived communication with their coach to be important and determine the effect of this communication on the athletes. Literature on the communication process in sports emphasizes the distinct characteristics of each sports and its setting. However, previous research has not studied various settings in detail, and archery is yet to be explored. The qualitative process included an in-depth, semi-structured interview with eight Olympic archers. Thematic analysis was used to interpret the data. Athletes perceived communication with coaches to be important during their performance, while dealing with psychological crises, and during their training. Our analysis suggests that, depending on the communicative actions, a coach may positively or negatively impact an athlete’s self-awareness, self-confidence, anxiety, autonomy, and motivation. A noteworthy finding of this study is that archers perceive communication with coaches about the selection and management of equipment as important. This study emphasizes the critical role of an athlete’s communication with the coach in various situations and discusses the theoretical and practical implications in the context of sports performance.

2020 ◽  
Vol 7 (2) ◽  
pp. 20-27
Adrianna Cambridge ◽  
Sarah Fereja ◽  
Irene Mai ◽  
Alice Yuan ◽  
Gerard Bellefeuille

In this article, we report on the innovative research design and results of a course-based qualitative inquiry into child and youth care (CYC) students' experiences of maintaining a relational-centered practice stance while in a power-over position of authority. Qualitative data from two semi-structured focus groups as well as an arts-based data collection technique were analyzed using the thematic analysis method. The following four major themes were identified from the analyses: (a) “self-awareness is key,” (b) “the mediating power of a positive trusting relationship,” (c) “the vital importance of emotional safety,” and (d) “it’s a two-way street.” The results of this course-based study revealed that, although CYC students are committed to practicing relationally, the dynamics of being in a position of power-over authority are complex and challenging to navigate.

2019 ◽  
Vol 13 (1) ◽  
pp. 236
Rita de Cássia de Oliveira ◽  
Rejane Marie Barbosa Davim

ABSTRACTObjective: to identify the evidence on the prevention and treatment of postpartum haemorrhage in health care. Method: this is a descriptive and quantitative bibliographical study of the type integrative, with temporal delimitation from 2007 to 2017, with a search in the databases LILACS, MEDLINE and SciELO Virtual Library, and the results are presented in figure, analyzed by the technique of Content Analysis in the Thematic Analysis modality. Results: totaling 100 articles, which, after refinement, totaled 11 eligible for discussion with the literature. Conclusion: the correct management of the third stage of labor with the prophylaxis of postpartum haemorrhage was fundamental, based on the use of uterotonic drugs, controlled cord traction and uterine massage in place of clamping of the cord. Descriptors: Pregnant women; Pregnancy; Bleeding; Maternal Mortality; Puerperal infection; Women's Health.RESUMOObjetivo: identificar as evidências sobre a prevenção e o tratamento da hemorragia pós-parto em cuidados no campo da saúde. Método: trata-se de um estudo bibliográfico, descritivo e quantitativo, do tipo revisão integrativa, com delimitação temporal de 2007 a 2017, com busca nas bases de dados LILACS, MEDLINE e Biblioteca Virtual SciELO, e os resultados se apresentam em figura, analisados pela técnica de Análise de Conteúdo na modalidade Análise Temática. Resultados: totalizaram-se 100 artigos que, após refinamento, totalizaram 11 elegíveis para discussão com a literatura. Conclusão: evidenciou-se que é fundamental o manejo correto no terceiro estágio do trabalho de parto, com a profilaxia da hemorragia pós-parto, tendo como base o uso de drogas uterotônicas, a tração controlada de cordão e a massagem uterina em substituição ao clampeamento do cordão. Descritores: Gestantes; Gravidez; Hemorragia; Mortalidade Materna; Infecção Puerperal; Saúde da Mulher.RESUMENObjetivo: identificar las evidencias sobre la prevención y el tratamiento de la hemorragia posparto en cuidados en el campo de la salud. Método: se trata de un estudio bibliográfico, descriptivo y cuantitativo, del tipo revisión integrativa, con delimitación temporal de 2007 a 2017, con búsqueda en las bases de datos LILACS, MEDLINE y Biblioteca Virtual SciELO, y los resultados se presentan en figura, analizados por la técnica de Análisis de Contenido en la modalidad Análisis Temático. Resultados: se totalizaron 100 artículos que, después de refinamiento, totalizaron 11 elegibles para discusión con la literatura. Conclusión: se evidenció que es fundamental el manejo correcto en la tercera etapa del trabajo de parto, con la profilaxis de la hemorragia posparto, teniendo como base el uso de drogas uterotónicas, la tracción controlada de cordón y el masaje uterino en sustitución al clampeamiento del cordón. Descriptores: Mujeres Embarazzadas; Embarazzo; Hemorrragia; Infección Puerperal; Salud de la Mujer.

2021 ◽  
Vol 16 (2) ◽  
pp. 22-28
Nesterov Alexander Yu. ◽  

The article discusses the situation with the subject and subjectivity that arises in the conditions of scientific and technological progress. The concept of the subject is introduced through the distinction between reflex (natural) and reflexive (artificial) processes of self-awareness, the subject is understood as a way of connecting “worlds” in the sense of K. R. Popper. The forms of reflection that create subjectivity are introduced as philosophical inventions in the sense of I. I. Lapshin as an aphorism, dialogue and system. The research methodology is of a general semiotic and neo-Kantian character: the function of subjectivity for artificial environments of human life is considered as a reflexive basis for constructing theories and carrying out technical activities, the performance of this function leads to a consistent transformation of nature due to the accumulation of artifacts in the sensually accessible physical world (the first artificial nature), in the rational world of logical-grammatical forms (the second artificial nature), in the world of reason or intellectual reflection (the third artificial nature). Based on the analysis of subjectivity in the first, second and third artificial nature, we conclude that the crisis of the subject and human subjectivity observed in the information society, expressed in the models of the subject-free objectivity of the technosphere or technological singularity is evidence of the exhaustion of the methodological resources of the subject’s analysis. The third artificial nature, i. e. a man-made technical environment that includes intellectual artifacts, autonomous intelligent agents of making socially significant decisions, needs a new philosophical invention that allows for self-awareness procedures. In the conclusion, the assumption is formulated that as such a new philosophical invention, the “environment” can be discussed that removes the “system” in the same sense in which the “system” removes the “dialogue”, and the latter – “aphorism”. Keywords: subject, technology, philosophy of technology, artificial nature, second nature, third nature, technological singularity

2021 ◽  
Vol 14 (1) ◽  
pp. 62-89
Meggi Lestari

There are many challenges faced by the teachers of English in SMA Karya Ibu Palembang. The challenges was come from the students and the facilities in the school.The aims of this study were to find out how the teachers’ challenges in teaching English, and to find out the the strategies in dealing the challenges. The participants of this study were the teachers of English of SMA Karya Ibu Palembang. The writer used qualitative research in this study. Interview was used to collect the data. Meanwhile, in order to find out the challenges that made the teachers were difficult in teaching, the data gained from interview was analyzed by using thematic analysis. The findings indicated It was found that there were five factors that made the teachers were difficult in teaching English.This study shows that the teachers were challenged by limited mastery of teaching methods, over-crowded class, inadequate facilities and resources. On the other hand, the other challenges coming from students’ side including lack of vocabulary mastery, low concentration, lack of motivation, pronunciation problem, and speaking problem.  In order to overcome those problem, there are some strategies that is used by the teachers in teaching English. First, applying various teaching methods and techniques. Second, the teacher used of available resources and facilities. The third is giving motivational feedback

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