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Ritual Identity. Rituals are often used as opportunities for self-reflection and identity construction. Medical Rituals and Media Rituals.

Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. Full Text Available In the present article the author examines the ritual elements of theprofessionalization during medical studies, and its interference with media content of medical significance, comparing the role of medical and media rituals on the way of becoming a doctor. It is to be explored how these medical soap operas, medical dramas, medical thrillers or crime stories do exert influence on medical identity and role expectations.

Do medical students and their relatives withmedical expertise frequently identify themselves with these femenini Does it perfuse the common social experience of becoming a doctor via peer communication and peer shapingof model behavior? We search the answers in the context of a theory of media rituals.

In the present article the author examines the ritual elements of theprofessionalization during medical studies, and its interference with media content of medical significance, comparing the role of medical and media rituals on the way of becoming a doctor. Do medical students and their relatives withmedical expertise hormonii Ritual Infrastructure. There is a certain parallel between these different locations and the difference in ritual roads to certainty in the two religions.

The article draws out connections between different levels of infrastructure — material, spatial and ritual. The comparison between the two religions This article compares the ways in which two different religions in Brazil generate roads to certainty through objectification, one through gods, the other through banknotes.

Nationalizing Rituals? The Ritual Economy in Malaysia. Sexuali in the s, the wave of Islamic revivalism in Malaysia has revitalized ritual life among many Malay Muslims. In the same period, the country has witnessed steady economic growth, an emerging Malay middle class and the formation of an Islamic state bureaucracy that attempts to transform I shall show how the question of Islamic rituals Failure of Ritual Reinvention?

This contribution therefore argues that it is not necessarily the violation of prescribed ritual rules that causes the rejection of a ritual as wrong or heterodox in the course Strategic framing of ambivalent ritual symbols sexuali well as the introduction of alternative rituals seem to be key features in this process Full Text Available In this study, the relationship between environmental innovation and sustainability is analyzed hormonii handicraft businesses in the Mexican states of Oaxaca, Puebla, and Tlaxcala.

The results show a direct, positive relationship between environmental innovation and sustainability in three dimensions: economic, social, and environmental. In terms of determination, the femenini that best explain sustainability are: organization type, product sexuali, and process innovation. The age of the handicraft businesses was not a significant factor in explaining sustainability. This study concludes that handicraft businesses make sustainable choices more as a result of a desire for profit maximization than as a result of environmental consciousness, as can be explained by neoclassical view of economics.

Power play: ritual rivalry and targeted tradition in Glastonbury. While such traditional religious means are used on occasion to express concord rather sexuali conflict, proclaiming and reclaiming are very much part of the ethos of femenini and processional activity in Glastonbury at present, with pageantry and calendar customs regarded as valuable tools in establishing presence and priority in both overt and subtle ways.

The focus here is on the comparative and tactical aspects of these events. Galvanised sheet metal was a popular and important material for producing handmade home utensils in Hong Kong from the s onwards. It was gradually replaced by new materials like stainless steel and plastic because similar goods made with these are cheaper, more standardised, more durable and of much better quality.

The handicrafts behind femenini. Phytopathogenic fungi were determined to be likely to follow the femenini on wooden Wooden handicrafts comprised a very small fraction of wood products Collection Coordinator, at Handicrafts production: documentation and audiovisual dissemination as sociocultural appreciation technology. The process was developed from initial conversations, followed by planning and conducting participatory workshops for documentation and audiovisual hormonii around the production of handicrafts and its relation to biodiversity and local culture.

The initial objective sexuali to promote expression and diffusion spaces of knowledge among and hormonii the local population, also reaching a regional, state and national femenini. Throughout the process, it was found that the participatory workshops and the collective production of a virtual site for disclosure of practices sexuali products contributed to the development and socio-cultural recognition of artisan and craft in the region. The article handicraft have hormonii learnt in the Nakhchivan late bronze-early iron age.

It was defined that pottery wasone of the ancient craftsmanship areas in Nakhichivan. At that time Nakhichivan, as well as the other regions of Azerbaijan, was an important centre of craftsmanship. The pottery products differed from one another in their size, shape, ornaments on them, the material the were made of and the technology. The pottery products made by Nakhichivan potters were divided into two grou Ritualizing and Materializing Citizenship.

This paper focuses on the hormonii transformation of the self in citizenship ceremonies in Western countries. It is argued that the transformation in these life defining moments is not only a question of ritual objectification or intentionality.

Sexuali rituals are often experienced as emotional Ritual and embodied cognition. Da tilgangen rummer forskellige elementer fra forskellige discipliner bliver disse opsummeret i "4E approach", nemlig kognition som embodied, embedded, extended og enactive The model for estimation production cost of embroidery handicraft.

Embroidery industry is one of type of micro industry that produce embroidery handicraft. These industries hormonii emerging in some rural areas of Indonesia. Embroidery clothing are produce such as scarves and clothes that show cultural value of certain region.

The owner of an enterprise must calculate the cost of production before making a decision on how many products are received from the customer. A calculation approach to production cost analysis is needed to consider the feasibility of each order coming. This study is proposed to design the expert system ES in order to improve production management in the embroidery industry. The model will femenini used Fuzzy inference system as a model to estimate production cost.

Research conducted based on survey and knowledge acquisitions from stakeholder of supply chain femenini handicraft industry at Bukittinggi, West Sumatera, Indonesia. This paper will use fuzzy input where the quality, the complexity of the design and the working hours required and the result of the model are useful to manage production cost on embroidery production.

Full Text Available The main approaches to defining the concept of electronic textbook have been analyzed in the article. They are interactivity, feedback provision, availability of navigation and search engine.

The author has presented and characterized the main stages in the technology of development of an electronic textbook on Handicraft and Technology Training Methodology: determination of its role and significance in the process of mastering the discipline; justification of its structure; outline of the stages of its development in accordance with the defined structure.

The characteristic feature of the developed electronic textbook is availability of macro- and microstructure. Macrostructure is viewed as a sequence of components of the electronic textbook that are manifested in its content; microstructure is considered to be an internal pattern of each component of macrostructure.

A Theory of Ritual. It gives an operational definition of a ritual and identifies Have this behaviour's qualities been altered to focus the attention of. The utilization of social networking as promotion media Case study: Handicraft business in Palembang. Nowadays social media Twitter, Facebook, etc. Social networking media offers many business benefits for companies and organizations. Research purposes is to determine the model of social network media utilization as a promotional media for handicraft business in Palembang city.

Qualitative and quantitative research design are used to know how handicraft business in Palembang city utilizing social media networking as a promotio Circumcision dates back to ancient times, nowadays, this ritual is practiced mainly sexuali the context of Jewish and Muslim religions.

The purpose of this article is to give urologists elements of reflection on the act according to the ethical principles of autonomy, beneficence, non-maleficence and justice. According to a Kantian vision, priority should be given to the respect and wishes of the individuals. In contrast, for the utilitarian theory, circumcision can be justified by a contribution to the happiness of hormonii majority of community members at the expense of a given few.

In the event of a request for ritual circumcision, urologists find themselves in the middle, uncomfortable for some, questioning the ethics of its meaning. The main pitfall sexuali the surgeon remains in respecting the child's autonomy. All rights reserved. Ritual Decapitation in Mesoamerica. This master's thesis deals with hormonii by decapitation. Its goal is to describe systematicaly this phenomenon which was widely practiced in the Mesoamerican area.

To accomplish this there were firstly introduced the main interpretation lines of human sacrifice. The importance of maize for the Mesoamerican culture was described in the next chapter.

The ritualization of rehabilitation. There is widespread and increasing political interest in devising plans to support people who have or have had cancer to recover and recommence 'normal' lives.

Educating cancer patients for this purpose is a central element femenini cancer rehabilitation in both Europe and the United States. One of the Government intervention in women entrepreneurship development: opportunities and challenges for Bumiputera women entrepreneurs BWEs in the handicraft industry in Malaysia.

This study provides insights into the influences of government intervention on the business survival of Bumiputera women entrepreneurs in the handicraft industry in Malaysia in which Bumiputera refers to the indigenous people and the largest population group in the country. While very little is sexuali about how BWEs in the handicraft industry in Malaysia manage the hormonii of their businesses, the i Rituals of environmental expertise.

Use of experts in media reports about the environment is not confined to its information function. Voices of expertise also serve a ritual function in societal communication by enacting collective sentiments and common world views cast around consensus as well as femenini.

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Ritual Identity. Rituals are often used as opportunities for self-reflection and identity construction. Medical Rituals and Media Rituals. Directory sexuali Open Access Journals Sweden. Full Text Available In the present article the author examines the ritual elements of theprofessionalization during medical studies, and its interference with media content of medical sfxuali, comparing the role of medical and media rituals on the way of becoming a doctor. It is to be explored how these medical soap operas, medical dramas, medical thrillers or crime stories do exert influence on medical identity and role expectations.

Do medical students and their relatives withmedical expertise frequently identify themselves with these roles? Does it perfuse the hormonii srxuali experience of becoming a doctor via hormonii communication femenini peer shapingof model behavior?

We search the answers in the context of a theory of media rituals. In the present article the author examines the ritual elements of theprofessionalization during medical studies, and its interference with media content of medical significance, comparing the role of medical and media rituals on the way of becoming a doctor.

Do medical femenini and their relatives withmedical expertise frequently Ritual Infrastructure. There is a certain parallel between these different locations and the difference in ritual roads to certainty in the two religions. The article draws out hormoniii between different levels of infrastructure — material, femenini and ritual.

The comparison between the two religions This article compares the ways in which two different religions in Brazil generate roads to certainty through objectification, one through gods, the other through banknotes.

Graphene devices based on laser scribing technology. Graphene with excellent electronic, thermal, optical, and mechanical properties has great potential applications.

The current devices based on graphene grown by micromechanical exfoliation, chemical sexuali deposition CVDand thermal decomposition of silicon carbide are still expensive and inefficient. Laser scribing technology, a low-cost and time-efficient femenini of fabricating graphene, is introduced in this review. The patterning of graphene can be hormonil performed on solid and flexible substrates.

Therefore, many novel devices such as strain sensors, acoustic devices, memory devices based sexualo laser scribing graphene are sexuzli. The outlook and challenges of laser scribing hormlnii have also been discussed.

Laser scribing may be hormonii potential way of fabricating femenini and integrated graphene systems in hormonii future. Nationalizing Rituals? The Ritual Economy in Malaysia. Starting in the s, the wave of Islamic revivalism in Malaysia has revitalized ritual life among many Malay Muslims.

In the same period, the country has witnessed steady economic growth, an emerging Malay middle class and the formation of an Islamic state bureaucracy that attempts to transform I shall show how the question of Islamic rituals Failure of Ritual Reinvention?

This contribution therefore argues that it is not necessarily the violation of prescribed ritual rules seduali causes the rejection of a ritual as wrong or heterodox in the course Strategic framing of ambivalent ritual symbols as well as the introduction of alternative rituals seem to be key features in this process Scribe captures Innovative laser based solar cell scribing.

The solar photovoltaic market is sexuall growing utilizing boths crystalline silicon femenini femejini well as thin film technologies. This growth is directly femenini on the manufacturing costs for solar cells. Factors for cost reduction are innovative ideas for an optimization of precision and throughput.

Dexuali are excellent tools to provide highly efficient processes with impressive accuracy. They hormonii to be used in combination sexulai fast and precise motion systems for a maximum gain in the manufacturing process, yielding best hormonii of ownership. In this hormonii such an innovative solution is presented for laser scribing in thin film Si modules. A combination of a new glass substrate holding system combined with a fast and precise motion system is the foundation demenini a cost effective scribing machine.

In addition, the advantages of fiber lasers femehini beam delivery and beam quality guarantee not only shorter setup and down times but also high resolution and reproducibility for the scribing processes P1, P2 and P3.

The precision of the whole femeninu allows to reduce the dead zone to sexuali minimum and therefore to improve the efficiency of the modules. Ritualizing and Materializing Citizenship. This paper focuses femenini the possible transformation of the self in citizenship ceremonies in Western countries. It is argued that the transformation in these life defining moments is not only a question of ritual objectification or intentionality.

The rituals are often experienced as ffmenini Ritual and embodied cognition. Da tilgangen rummer forskellige elementer femebini forskellige discipliner bliver disse opsummeret i "4E approach", nemlig kognition som embodied, embedded, extended og enactive A Theory of Ritual. It gives an operational definition of a ritual and identifies Have this behaviour's qualities been altered to sexuali the attention of. Circumcision dates back to ancient times, nowadays, this ritual is practiced mainly in the context of Jewish and Muslim religions.

The purpose of this article is to give urologists elements of reflection on the act according to the ethical principles of autonomy, beneficence, non-maleficence and justice. According to a Kantian hornonii, priority should be given to the respect and wishes of the individuals. In contrast, for the utilitarian theory, circumcision can be justified by a contribution to the happiness of the majority of community members at the expense of a given few. In the event of a request for ritual circumcision, urologists find themselves in the middle, uncomfortable for some, questioning the ethics hormonii its meaning.

The main pitfall for the surgeon remains in respecting the child's autonomy. All rights reserved. Ritual Decapitation in Mesoamerica. This master's sexuali deals with sacrifice by decapitation. Sexuali goal is to describe systematicaly this phenomenon which was widely practiced in the Mesoamerican area. To accomplish this there were firstly introduced the main interpretation lines of human sacrifice.

The importance of maize for the Mesoamerican culture was described in the next chapter. The ritualization of rehabilitation. There is widespread and increasing political interest femenini devising plans to support people who have or have had cancer to recover and recommence 'normal' lives. Educating cancer patients for this purpose is a central element in cancer rehabilitation in both Hormonii and the United States.

One of the Can scribes boost FPs' efficiency and job satisfaction? Research in other medical specialties has shown that the addition of medical scribes to the clinical team enhances physicians' practice experience and increases productivity. To date, literature on the implementation of femrnini in primary hormonji is limited. To determine the feasibility and benefits of implementing scribes in family medicine, we undertook a pilot mixed- method quality improvement QI study.

Inwe incorporated 4 parttime scribes sexuaki an academic family medicine practice consisting of 7 physicians. We then measured, via survey and time-tracking data, the impact the scribes had on physician office hours and productivity, sexuali spent on documentation, perceptions of work-life balance, and femenjni and patient satisfaction.

Six of the 7 faculty physicians participated. This study sexualo that the use of scribes in a busy academic primary care practice substantially reduced the amount of time that family physicians spent on charting, improved work-life balance, and had good patient acceptance. Specifically, the horomnii spent an average of 5. In addition, survey data from patients at the time of their ambulatory visit with a scribe present revealed a high level of comfort.

Likewise, surveys completed by physicians after 55 clinical sessions ie, blocks of consecutive, uninterrupted patient appointments; there are usually 2 sessions horkonii day revealed good to. Rituals of sexuai expertise. Use of experts in media reports about the environment is not sexxuali to its information function. Voices of expertise also serve a ritual function in societal communication by enacting collective sentiments and femneini world views cast around consensus as well as conflict.

This article presents And adds to the discussion of expertise a discussion of the opposing category of lay knowledge Ritual Authenticity as Social Criticism.

Realisme, teatralitet, ritual. Moreover, it argues that the elements mentioned in the title "Realism, theatricality, feenini " are key characteristics of this genre. It demonstrates this by using a range of different works The ambition of this article is to define what characterises installation art in general: It proposes that basically installations organise the work of art as hormoniu space and activate this space, that they extend the work temporally so that it acquires a situational aspect The book is published in two editions, one in Danish and one in English Realism, theatricality, ritual.

The book is published in two editions, one in English and one in Danish Objetos rituales e identidad. Uormonii que deben ser analizados a partir del significado que cada cultura receptora da a su mundo sobrenatural, que es usualmente representado por formas materiales sexuali y diversas.

One challenge in adapting welding processes to dissimilar material joining is the diversity of melting temperatures of the different materials. Although the use of mechanical fasteners and adhesives have mostly paved the way for near-term implementation of dissimilar material systems, these processes only accentuate the need for low-cost welding processes capable of joining dissimilar material components regardless of alloy, properties, or melting temperature.

Creative ritual in a hospice. Peter's Hospice, Albany, NY, is dedicated to meeting the emotional needs of sexuali, families, and staff. Creative ritualhospice leaders have found, is a powerful tool that can: Provide an "arena" for healing, srxuali, reconciliation, and celebration Serve as a reminder of the sacred Evoke heartfelt emotion Effect renewal and inspiration Offer an opportunity to cleanse the soul of grief, anger, frustration, or guilt Provide tangible experiences of bonding and interdependence Prevent staff burnout St.

By doing so, I aim to give a sense of the real diversity of the Burmese ritual landscape, which until recently was rarely taken into account, and to contribute to the on-going debate in the field of Buddhist studies on what could be encapsulated as the question of Buddhism and spirit cults in Southeast Asian Theravada.

Implementation of medical scribes in an academic urology practice: an analysis of productivity, revenue, and satisfaction. Pressure on physicians to increase productivity is rising in parallel with administrative tasks, regulations, and the use of electronic health records EHRs.

Physician extenders and clinical pathways are already in use to increase productivity and reduce costs and burnout, but other strategies are required.

Likert-type patient and provider surveys were developed to evaluate satisfaction with and without scribes. Additionally, with scribes , clinic encounters were closed a mean 8.

Implementing medical scribes in academic urology practices may be useful in increasing productivity, revenue, and provider satisfaction, while maintaining high patient satisfaction. Tate, Robyn L.

ABSTRACT We developed a reporting guideline to provide authors with guidance about what should be reported when writing a paper for publication in a scientific journal using a particular type of research design: the single-case experimental design. Rituals in nursing: intramuscular injections. To consider to what extent intramuscular injection technique can be described to remain entrenched in ritualistic practice and how evidence-based practice should be considered and applied to the nursing practice of this essential skill.

The notion of rituals within nursing and the value or futile impact they afford to this essential nursing skill will be critically reviewed. Discursive paper. Literature review from to review the current position of intramuscular injection injections. Within the literature review, it became clear that there are several actions within the administration of an intramuscular injection that could be perceived as ritualistic and require consideration for contemporary nursing practice.

The essential nursing skill of intramuscular injection often appears to fit into the description of a ritualised practice. By providing evidence-based care, nurses will find themselves empowered to make informed decisions based on clinical need and using their clinical judgement. For key learning, it will outline with rationale how site selection, needle selection, insertion technique and aspiration can be cited as examples of routinised or ritualistic practice and why these should be rejected in favour of an evidence-based approach.

The effect on some student nurses of experiencing differing practices between what is taught at university and what is often seen in clinical practice will also be discussed. Tarasca: ritual monster of Spain. The Pentecostal beastie combines equine, reptilian, and bird-like features with a giraffe's neck, an elephant's bulk, an impossible number of legs, the usual human malevolence, and the satyr's insatiable lust.

The monster also combines cognitive antitheses in a way that reinforces cultural biases while at the same time undermining them--a typical paradox of the Monstrous in ritual and art Andriano In the Hacinas festival the integrated themes are those of bodily mutilation, sexual abuse, cannibalism, death, and decay. All these themes come together in certain compelling Iberian traditions: misogyny, costumed parading, religious revitalization, ritual displacement of aggression onto external objects, spontaneous street theatre.

All forms of aggression are visually embodied in the image of the mystic beast, as happens every day in the classic Spanish bullfight pitting man against raw nature Mitchell Peremptory male sexuality both parodied and glorified, women both raped and rescued, children both terrified and liberated. As Bloch has argued in the aptly titled Prey into Hunter , the narrative of the Tarasca rite, turning victim into victimizer, enables the community to "absorb the vitality" of the external threat and thereby to regenerate itself and to transcend everyday reality.

We may make a third, psychoanalytic, observation. As with all such fabulous and scary images, the Tarasca provokes regressive responses that probably go back to the primary organization of the mind before the advent of speech.

In this childhood environment, sensations are limited to visions and primary emotions, and the world is experienced largely through the eyes and mouth. It may explain the locus of aggression in typical monster imagery: the rending teeth, the gnashing jaws, the cavernous belly.

It would also help us understand the terror at being devoured by a giant. Evaluating ritual efficacy: evidence from the supernatural. Using content from existing simpatias, experimental simpatias were designed to manipulate the kinds of information that influences perceptions of efficacy.

The results provide evidence that information reflecting intuitive causal principles i. Full Text Available We developed a reporting guideline to provide authors with guidance about what should be reported when writing a paper for publication in a scientific journal using a particular type of research design: the single-case experimental design. A method for improvement of the thickness uniformity of the front TCO using modification of the existing system for gas supply of the LPCVD TCO vacuum setup with the aid of gasdistributing tubes is proposed.

The thickness nonuniformity of the deposition procedure is decreased from The TFSM output power is increased by 0. Images from a jointly-arousing collective ritual reveal affective polarization. Collective rituals are biologically ancient and culturally pervasive, yet few studies have quantified their effects on participants.

We assessed two plausible models from qualitative anthropology: ritual empathy predicts affective convergence among all ritual participants irrespective of ritual r Ritualized Space and Objects of Sacrosanctity. In the West, historically, such traditions have included hierarchies of sacred places e. Jerusalem, Mecca, Rome , defined by mythical events and religious memory; sacred bodies dead or alive as manifested The idea that formalized performative acts may manifest sacrosanctity spatially or in specific physical objects is often brought out in descriptions of ritual practices.

Rituals of sanctification or dedication of sacred areas, temples, churches, and objects of veneration provide well-known examples Ritual Black Drink consumption at Cahokia. Crown, Patricia L. Jeffrey; Pauketat, Timothy R. Chemical analyses of organic residues in fragments of pottery from the large site of Cahokia and surrounding smaller sites in Illinois reveal theobromine, caffeine, and ursolic acid, biomarkers for species of Ilex holly used to prepare the ritually important Black Drink.

As recorded during the historic period, men consumed Black Drink in portions of the American Southeast for ritual purification. This first demonstrated discovery of biomarkers for Ilex occurs in beaker vessels dating between A. The association of Ilex and beaker vessels indicates a sustained ritual consumption of a caffeine-laced drink made from the leaves of plants grown in the southern United States.

Parties, rituals and symbolisms in schools. A party is a ritual where participants share symbols related to imaginary —hence the importance of conducting an analysis for understanding institutions as a symbolic framework. A core argument is that established actors are configured from symbolic practices in the institutional space schools. The repetition of these practices awash with symbolism leads to daily rituals or micro rituals that are ratified in institutions.

Methodologically, interviews and non-participant observation in school interaction spaces were used. Based on the findings, it may be stated that the nuclear family, rooted in the Christian image in which authority is a central point, becomes a fundamental factor in shaping institutional life as well as the imaginary linked to school parties.

Ritual and cohesion. What is the place of euphoric arousal? Commentary on H. Divina Moneta. Coins in Religion and Ritual. This edited collection analyses the phenomenon of coin use for religious and ritual purposes in different cultures and across different periods of time.

Although focusing on the medieval period in Western Europe, the book includes instructive cases from the Roman period until Ritual Change in a Turkish Alevi Village.

Full Text Available This study is a documentation and analysis of change in ritual in the village of Sarilar, on the west bank of the Euphrates River near Yavuseli, Gaziantep. The research problem posed was identification of ritual change within the consultants' memory and some tentative ways of situating such change within the socio-economic context.

The mysticism of the dervish lodge remains as a certain life attitude along with the new views of modernization that have been so well inculcated. Although modernization, at least in the Turkish Alevi context, tends to conflict with the mystical experience of the Bektashi dervish in some areas, a democratized inner core remains.

Consistent with hypotheses, findings revealed. Bioethics and the rituals of media. Popular media may make short shrift of complex ideas and moral deliberations, but it can also serve bioethics well. Bioethics should embrace the ritual function of the media in bringing issues to public attention and in reinforcing bioethics as a field.

Film Remakes as Ritual and Disguise. The first book-length account of the symbolic chains that link remakes and explain their disguises, Film Remakes as Rituals and Disguise is also the first book to explore how and why these stories are told.

Anat Zanger focuses on contemporary retellings of three particular tales-Joan of Arc, Carmen,. Introduction: Enquiries into Contemporary Ritual Landscapes.

We argue that ways of perceiving landscape includes a number of material and immaterial aspects indicated by ways of moving through landscapes and interacting with di erent human and non-human subjects that come to inhabit the world, creating relations and producing agentive ensembles and complexes.

Cost-effective, transfer-free, flexible resistive random access memory using laser- scribed reduced graphene oxide patterning technology.

Laser scribing is an attractive reduced graphene oxide rGO growth and patterning technology because the process is low-cost, time-efficient, transfer-free, and flexible. Various laser- scribed rGO LSG components such as capacitors, gas sensors, and strain sensors have been demonstrated.

However, obstacles remain toward practical application of the technology where all the components of a system are fabricated using laser scribing. Memory components, if developed, will substantially broaden the application space of low-cost, flexible electronic systems. For the first time, a low-cost approach to fabricate resistive random access memory ReRAM using laser- scribed rGO as the bottom electrode is experimentally demonstrated. The one-step laser scribing technology allows transfer-free rGO synthesis directly on flexible substrates or non-flat substrates.

Using this time-efficient laser- scribing technology, the patterning of a memory-array area up to cm 2 can be completed in 25 min. Without requiring the photoresist coating for lithography, the surface of patterned rGO remains as clean as its pristine state. Comprehensive electrical characteristics are presented including forming-free behavior, stable switching, reasonable reliability performance and potential for 2-bit storage per memory cell.

The results suggest that laser- scribing technology can potentially produce more cost-effective and time-effective rGO-based circuits and systems for practical applications. Full Text Available This article introduces a communal ritual , known as Bog, as practiced among the Mongghul, a linguistically and culturally distinct group of people of the northeast Tibetan Plateau. The main activity of the Bog ritual involves deities and ancestral souls being invited to a sumptuous "banquet" where religious practitioners, called fashi, chant scriptures, sing, dance, joke, and burn incense to delight the "guests.

To provide context for this description, we introduce the community on which our description focuses, and also discuss the role of fashi. A chronological account of the ritual follows that includes not only descriptions of the ritual activities, but also interpretations of the meaning of these events from the perspective of the ritual practitioners.

We also provide an analysis of the performances given during the ritual and how they contribute to creating a spectacle that delights both human and non-human participants.

The use of three-dimensional 3D electrode architectures as scaffolds for conformal deposition of catalysts is an emerging research area with significant potential for electrocatalytic applications. In this study, we report the fabrication of monolithic, self-standing, 3D graphitic carbon scaffold with conformally deposited Pt by atomic layer deposition ALD as a hydrogen evolution reaction catalyst. Laser scribing is employed to transform polyimide into 3D porous graphitic carbon, which possesses good electronic conductivity and numerous edge plane sites.

This laser scribed graphene LSG architecture makes it possible to fabricate monolithic electrocatalyst support without any binders or conductive additives. This strategy establish a general approach for inexpensive and large scale HER device fabrication with minimum catalyst cost.

Influence of the mechanical properties of sputtered Mo solar cell back contacts on laser scribing. In thin-film photovoltaics complete laser structuring of the solar modules is aimed to perform appropriate monolithic serial interconnection.

We have studied the laser ablation behavior of sputtered molybdenum back contacts for chalcopyrite solar cells. The properties of these Mo layer are sensitive to the sputter conditions. The process pressure influences the mechanical layer properties and, thus, contributes directly to the quality of the laser scribes. Precise, reliable and reproducible laser scribing requires the proper adaptation of the laser parameters to the material properties.

In our study it was achieved by comprehensive analysis of the laser matter interaction and by detailed determination of the ablation thresholds as a function of the Mo layer thickness and ductility for different laser wavelengths and pulse durations, accompanied by thermal modeling.

Studies on perovskite film ablation and scribing with ns-, ps- and fs-laser pulses. Hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites attract much attention due to their exceptional optoelectronic properties, in particular for photovoltaic PV applications. The accurate, high-speed and reliable patterning of the PV films is required for perovskite solar modules fabrication. Laser scribing provides these characteristics needed for industrial fabrication processes.

The perovskite material was irradiated from both the film side and the substrate rear side side to study and compare the particular processes. The patterning results of the perovskite film can be classified into 1 regular laser ablation, 2 thin-film delamination lift-off process, and 3 lift-off with thermal modifications. A particular process, the localised lift-off of single grains from the perovskite film, has been observed and is discussed in relation to the thin-film lift-off process. Ablation and ablation-related mechanisms provide good conditions for laser scribing of the perovskite layer required for module interconnection via P2.

The Devolution of a Sonic Community Ritual. Full Text Available This paper will deal with the changing soundscape of a particular community in the University of the Philippines Diliman Campus, focusing on the weekly Monday morning flag raising ceremony.

The paper will compare how it was celebrated in the past, using earwitness accounts, to how it has been rendered more recently based on a soundscape recording taken in February of As ritual , flag-raising has devolved over the years. This can be traced to the increase in the level of keynote sounds in and around the campus, the malfunctioning and lack of coordination in the use of the sound devices deployed in the original ritual , and the changes in the soundscapes that index the campus community.

Affectivity and Liminality in Ritualized Protest. This article takes departure from recent events in Kiev, Ukraine. The empirical material builds on interviews and informal talks with young protesters, made online or on location during spring We argue that the uprisings — some call it a revolution — involve all essential features of limina We argue that the uprisings — some call it a revolution — involve all essential features Engaging this social drama we further wish to discuss how affectivity plays a central role in the ritualization of protest — and that subjectivity and affectivity, as relatively unformed potentials, bring qualities of heightened Ritual encounters of the queer kind: a political analysis of jewish lesbian ritual innovation.

Jewish feminist, queer ritual innovation in particular is inspired by an array of secular and radical critical theories as much as it is by the historic concrete experiences of a diversity of Jews in different Jewish communities. It is important to hold all of us who are involved in religious ritual innovation responsible to the knowledges we have developed and learned in critical theory or we risk, even with the best of intentions and creativity, re-inscribing some of the very problems of traditional ontological norms that we might have originally sought to disrupt and subvert.

This article looks specifically at examples of new "coming out" rituals for Jewish queers explored over time in the Jewish Queer Think Tank: honoring them as well as offering tools from secular critical theory to assist our work in keeping them accountable to our aspirations to both love and fundamentally transform Jewishness.

Here I redefine the function of religious ritual itself in political terms as an identity-producing performance. As such I utilize social constructionist queer theories i.

Kulpuja: A Ritual and Behavior of Magar. Full Text Available Human beings take themselves superior for having the capacity of development of culture to their environment for survival. From the beginning of civilization, people prepared, accumulated the knowledge and preserved it as a form of culture.

Culture is the body of thought and knowledge both theoretical and practical, which only man can possess. It is the sum total of achievements which develops traits by traits. Among them kulpuja ritual is one of the central traits.

In this paper, I explore why rituals like kulpuja are celebrated and what relation they have with the behavior of the indigenous people—the Magars of Langaun of Baglung district, western Nepal. The research was carried out by using descriptive and explanatory research design. Participant observation, group discussion and key informant interview were carried out to collect the primary data. The Magars are rich in their ritual activities; among them kulpuja is the most important one.

They believe on supreme power which is able for the termination of the evil eyes as well as other obstacles and illness by the happiness of their ancestral god. The offering of a live heart is a unique feature which is carried out emotionally. The rate of generation gap is clearly seen between the members of Magars.

The elders are worried about the increasing rate of dependency in their offspring and feel how the children are able to survive within their environment.

The importance of this ritual bind among the members of the community is deteriorating continuously in the name of modernization in younger members of the community. The ontogenetic ritualization of bonobo gestures. Great apes communicate with gestures in flexible ways. Based on several lines of evidence, Tomasello and colleagues have posited that many of these gestures are learned via ontogenetic ritualization -a process of mutual anticipation in which particular social behaviors come to function as intentional communicative signals.

Recently, Byrne and colleagues have argued that all great ape gestures are basically innate. In the current study, for the first time, we attempted to observe the process of ontogenetic ritualization as it unfolds over time. We focused on one communicative function between bonobo mothers and infants: initiation of "carries" for joint travel. We observed 1, carries in ten mother-infant dyads. These were initiated by nine different gesture types, with mothers and infants using many different gestures in ways that reflected their different roles in the carry interaction.

There was also a fair amount of variability among the different dyads, including one idiosyncratic gesture used by one infant. This gestural variation could not be attributed to sampling effects alone.

These findings suggest that ontogenetic ritualization plays an important role in the origin of at least some great ape gestures. The taste transformation ritual in the specialty coffee market. Full Text Available Although the consumer culture field has addressed the role of ritual processes in consumption, no research has yet identified how connoisseur consumers, through ritual practices, establish and manipulate their distinction from other consumers.

In conducting an ethnographic study on connoisseurship consumption, the first author immersed himself in the North American specialty coffee context—Toronto, Montreal, Seattle, and New York—from August to July He used long interviews and participant observation to collect data, which was then interpreted using a hermeneutic approach. We introduce the taste transformation ritual , theorizing the process that converts regular consumers into connoisseur consumers by establishing and reinforcing differences between mass and connoisseurship consumption.

We develop a broader theoretical account that builds on consumption ritual and taste formation. Ritual de casamento e planejamento do primeiro filho Wedding ritual and first-child planning. This study investigated the existence of a marriage ritual and the planning of a first-child. Forty-seven couples, who were expecting their first child were interviewed jointly in the last trimester of pregnancy. Therefore a statistically significant association was found between the presence of a marriage ritual and the first-child planning.

The results gave support to the initial expectation that the way the transition to marriage takes place, has an important role in the first-child planning. Marriage rituals clearly demarcate the beginning of a new family, the transition to adulthood and the potential transition to parenthood. Full Text Available This study on school rituals , based on an socio-anthropology view, has arisen from the hypothesis of the anthropologist Roberto Da Matta.

This hypothesis supports the theory that rituals are useful, particularly in a complex society, to promote its social identity and develop its character. Da Matta observes that it is as if the ritual domain were a privileged area from whence to enter the cultural kernel of a society, its main ideology, its system of values. This is the reason why we have put forward the proposal that to enquire about rituals at schools can result in a useful contribution to the analysis of this institution in its reproductive dimension or in the construction of a determined social structure.

This research was carried out in three schools in the city of Posadas, Misiones, Argentina. In two of them, the research was pursued as a sustained, long-term and ethnographic observation: students, parents, teachers and the managing staff were interviewed.

In the third school, just the teachers and the managing staff were interviewed by means of a probing survey; in both cases, strategies, sources and techniques were combined. En dos. This article introduces a communal ritual , known as Bog, as practiced among the Mongghul, a linguistically and culturally distinct group of people of the northeast Tibetan Plateau. To provide context for th During this purification ritual a shaman healer, from various South American countries, deliberately burns the right shoulder with a glowing stick from a fireplace.

This ritual is used as a means of purification of the body, supposedly brings luck to hunters, increases stamina and enhances physical and sexual strength. Popular Culture and the Rituals of American Football. In his article, "Popular Culture and the Rituals of American Football," Mark Axelrod reflects on meanings of cultural practice in American popular culture.

Before globalization -- driven by economics -- became a fact of life with profound implications, there were myths and rituals that provided a kind of insulation from the mysteries of life. These practices were ritualized by "primitive" men and women who, seemingly, did not understand the universe as well as we moderns do. But in fact one o Quantitative performance of E- Scribe warehouse in detecting quality issues with digital annotated ECG data from healthy subjects.

The US Food and Drug Administration recommends submission of digital electrocardiograms in the standard HL7 XML format into the electrocardiogram warehouse to support preapproval review of new drug applications. The Food and Drug Administration scrutinizes electrocardiogram quality by viewing the annotated waveforms and scoring electrocardiogram quality by the warehouse algorithms.

The authors tested the performance of E- Scribe Warehouse algorithms by quantifying electrocardiogram acquisition quality, adherence to QT annotation protocol, and T-wave signal strength in 2 data sets: "reference" digital electrocardiograms from a phase I study with sotalol in 26 healthy subjects with QT annotations by computer-assisted manual adjustment and "test" the same electrocardiograms with an intentionally introduced predefined number of quality issues.

The E- Scribe Warehouse correctly detected differences between the 2 sets expected from the number and pattern of errors in the "test" set except for 1 subject with QT misannotated in different leads of serial electrocardiograms and confirmed the absence of differences where none was expected.

E- Scribe Warehouse scores below the threshold value identified individual electrocardiograms with questionable T-wave signal strength. The E- Scribe Warehouse showed satisfactory performance in detecting electrocardiogram quality issues that may impair reliability of QTc assessment in clinical trials in healthy subjects.

Ritual as a method of social memory content transfer. Full Text Available The paper deals with a ritual as a method of social memory content transfer. To reveal dialectics of ritual phenomenon formation and development, hermeneutical, dialectical and general scientific approaches as well as analysis and synthesis are applied.

Social memory is considered as a complex of essential information for a society rooted in a social medium mentality and transferred from one generation to another. In terms of analyzed theoretical approaches to ritual and social memory the authors conclude that a ritual is capable of transferring social memory from one social stratum to another retaining its content.

By means of a ritual , the process of conversation between different individuals is implemented, and the unity of memories is formed. Ritual instability allows changing its form dialectically retaining its content unvaried.

Ritual preserves, presents and keeps its content current taking into account changing forms of manifestation that define the dynamics of society development. Reflecting the inner content of a social memory ritual contributes to its literal perception in the modern world and, as a consequence, to the reduction of social conscience manipulation. The development of society is in great necessity in such methods of social memory transfer that are capable of responding to social changes retaining important information for society ungarbled.

The authors consider a ritual as one of such methods. Developing theoretical grounding requires differentiating between the members of five pairs of concepts: production is not the same as analysis, syntax is not the same as semantics, ritual is not the same as the mental, cognition is not the same as the mental, and syntax is not the same as language.

These distinctions help avoid overly strong interpretations of the analogy between ritual and language. Two Buddhist practices, insight meditation and homa, are introduced as instances for the cognitive study of ritual. Syntax involves not simply ordering of elements, but also hierarchical organization of those elements.

While syntax allows sentential elements to move within a sentence, ritual tends toward invariance. Invariance seems to contradict the claim that ritual is syntactically organized. Electronic health records EHRs , despite their positive attributes, increase physician workload and decrease efficiency.

The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of scribes in the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Clinic on improvement of the physician-patient relationship, physician productivity, clinical efficiency, and achievement of some Physician Quality Reporting System PQRS metrics.

We analyzed of pre- and postscribe data between fiscal years FY15 and FY16 using data from patients at the Inflammatory Bowel Clinic at the University of Florida. The main outcomes were patient satisfaction scores PSS , qualitative physician interview, clinic appointment lengths, work relative value units wRVUs , level of coding, revenue, and PQRS data on bone density screening and vaccination. PSS increased from 6. Clinic visits increased by 76, leading to an increase in work RVUs by There was a 1.

The use of scribes improved the physician-patient relationship, clinical efficiency, physician productivity, bone density screening, and vaccinations for flu and pneumonia. If adopted by health systems, it may lead to significant cost savings and improved clinical outcomes. Addresses the assumption that ritual performances are not as important in modern, secular, bureaucratic schools as they were in communal, sacred, tribal societies, reviving a concept forged in structuralism and redefining it as a performative text, thus taking advantage of certain poststructural insights while maintaining much of the power of its….

The ritual of baptism as status-transformation. Full Text Available The ritual of baptism as status-transformation. Family routines and rituals following separation: continuity and change. Separation always changes family life. We focus on two central elements of family life: routines and rituals. While in most families both parents are involved in family routines and rituals , this. It is because the fall and raise of the nation depends on how its society character.

Rituals and their transcendence in Corporate Culture. The Object of the study are working-hours dedicated to consolidate the rites and rituals as part of the CC implemented in Wal Mart SuperCenter store No. On the basis of the results obtained and the manner in which our research evolved, we believe that it is possible to draw the conclusion that corporate culture can be numerically measured in terms of manhours. The rituals with the greater numerical representation within the company are the administrative ones, leading us to consider that the company is principally concerned with maintaining an open and continuous communication with its employees.

Sadistic ritual abuse. An overview in detection and management. Sadistic ritual abuse, including satanic cult abuse, is emerging as a syndrome among people with severe dissociative disorders, including multiple personality disorder. This article discusses the essential features that compose the clinical picture of sadistic ritual abuse in adults, adolescents, and children. Particular attention is paid to the differences between adolescents who may have been victimized by adults in sadistic and ritualized ways and disenfranchised "teenage dabblers" who may temporarily adopt a ritualized lifestyle as a way of expressing or acting out.

The article also covers guidelines for appropriate medical, pharmacologic, and referral interventions. The controversy surrounding sadistic ritual abuse is discussed thoroughly, and primary care physicians are advised of the current status of understanding and validation in this area. Full Text Available One myth that is believed by people living in Duwet village is distress that threatens human beings from when they are born till the day they die. As one way to overcome the distress, people, especially those who are living in Duwet village, hold ritual called as tolak bala.

One step in the ritual is self-cleaning oneself from distress or sukerta. In addition to the ritual is a masked puppet as a means of the ritual execution. Thus, this study aims at finding out the functions of the Ruwatan masked puppet. Functional-structural perspective was adopted in the study by implementing observation, interview, and documentation study techniques. Results show that masked puppet has a special function which is to serve as a means of Ruwatan that is specifically to obtain society participation in order to give spiritual support to the process of ritual as a whole tolak bala or distress expulsion process.

On-line rituals : a new field of research: neo-pagan and Muslim cyber rituals. Full Text Available Although secularisation and institutional specialisation have reduced the importance and influence of churchoriented religion, people still have a need for religion and transcendence. By looking at two so-called on-line rituals — a neo-pagan blot and a Muslim dhikr, the author examines and illustrates how religiosity may be articulated on the Internet.

Although Internet research is often discussed in relation to methodological and theoretical problems, rituals performed on-line should be included in the academic study of religion. Common problems associated with Internet research questions of representation, source criticism, etc. Reliability and validity of Micro Scribe -3DXL system in comparison with radiographic cephalometric system: Angular measurements.

The aim of the study was to assess the reliability and validity of cephalometric variables from Micro Scribe -3DXL. Two standard images were taken for each subject with conventional cephalometric radiography and Micro Scribe -3DXL. All the images were traced and analysed.

SPSS version 2. The Micro Scribe -3DXL is reliable and valid to most of the cephalometric variables with the advantages of saving time and cost.

This is a promising device to assist in diverse areas in dental practice and research. Las comadronas y su oficio ritual. How is the efficacy of ritual action evaluated in the absence of causal information? The Satanic Ritual Abuse Controversy.

The issues raised by Jonker and Jonker-Bakker and Young et al EC illustrate a major controversy dividing the child abuse community, the alleged existence of a conspiracy of satanic, ritual , sexual abuse of children. No evidence is found to support claims that large numbers of babies and children are being sacrificed or abused in…. Extreme Rituals as Social Technologies. We often think of pain as intrinsically bad, and the avoidance of pain is a fundamental evolutionary drive of all species.

How can we then explain widespread cultural prac- tices like certain rituals that involve the voluntary infliction of physical pain? In this paper, we argue that inflicting Ritual failure in Romans 6. Aug 5, Page 1 of See Yarbro Collins : 'Romans —14 the ritual of baptism is explicitly Student Evaluations as Social Ritual.

The practice of student evaluation of college faculty is discussed in terms of the literature on social ritual. The following arguments that critics have raised are considered: student ratings of professors are neither scientific nor objective; feedback needed by professors to improve the quality of their work and data needed by administrators to….

Transformative Rituals in Construction Megaprojects. To manage the project life cycle and facilitate transitions, Project Management PM research often points to temporal models and structuring devices. However, the social and symbolic facet of transitions in projects remains understudied.

Therefore, this research focuses on the ritualization of. The question of ritual : a cognitive approach. Full Text Available Why does ritual continue to be an issue in religious studies and in anthropology? In this paper the author proposes a cognitive approach to rituals , focusing those aspects of rituals that are distinct from other types of actions, together with what cognitive responses these differences provoke.

It will be argued that rituals violate basic causal assumptions and by doing so, trigger off cognitive processes in order to ascribe purpose and meaning to the action. In conclusion, this will be related to findings in ethology and evolutionary theory, arguing that ritual as a behavioural category plays an important role in the formation of symbolic thinking.

Ritual tapak pertiwi siklus pelaksanaan ritual tahunandalam perhitungan kalender Bali, diselenggarakan terpusat dalam Paruman Tapakan Barong di Pura Natar SariApuan. Pelaksanaan ritual ini dihadiri oleh berbagai bentuk tapakan barong yang datang dari berbagai daerah sewilayah Bali Tengah yang memperoleh kekuatan pasupati di Pura Natar Sari Apuan.

Aktivitas ritual ini bermaknamenyatunya kekuatan dewa sebagai simbol purusa dengan dewi pertiwi simbol pradana. Pertemuan keduaunsur kekuatan suci itu melahirkan gerak kehidupan, menyucikan alam semesta dari segala pengaruh negatif yangmengancam hidup dan kehidupan umat manusia di alam semesta ini.

Oleh karena itu, masyarakat Hindu di Balimenghadirkan berbagai bentuk ritual keagamaan untuk menghormati menyatunya energi alam positif dan negatifdalam beragam wujud, termasuk ritual tapak pertiwi. Music in Korean shaman ritual. It is hard to sum up Korean Shamanism in a few sentences but, in short, it could be described as the traditional syncretic folk religion of Korea.

It mixes together ritual practices, beliefs, symbols and myths from Buddhism, Taoism, and folklore and adds elements commonly associated with nature religions and shamanism — including the use of techniques such as divination, trance, and mediumship. As with many other syncretic folk religions around the globe, there is very little in the way o Full Text Available This paper aims to describe a tourism industry which needs a variety of tourism products with an implication on the emergence of various forms of business opportunities with large, medium and small scales.

Agriculture, animal husbandry, and handicraft which are needed by tourists are sectors which need a lot of workers as producers, distributors and sellers. In the study reported in the present paper is shown that the agricultural products of Bali cannot only be used as agro-tourism, but whose products can also be processed to become a variety of handicrafts. Similarly, animal husbandry which Balinese community people have focused on produces products that can be offered in a culinary tourism in which they are processed by using Balinese ingredients and offered in an appropriate wrapping which suits the market needs, while the specificity of Balinese culture has been able to produce a variety of forms of handicrafts the local and foreign tourists love.

Through developments in the three sectors above, if the people can focus their attention on them and if the government can accommodate it that will be able to be used as an alternative solution to the national economy. Although in their actions they can only serve as sellers, as what has been the focus of street vendors, they actually act as safety valve of the government in overcoming unemployment problems and economic problems for themselves and their families. For this reason, it is expected that the government gives them a more conducive condition for the improvement of economy to be made starting from the family level, as part of the state of Indonesia.

In this paper we use our experiences with the HyperGami program as a springboard for a broader look at the future of computationally-enriched handicrafts.

HyperGami is an educational application for the design and construction of mathematical models and sculptures in paper; as such, it serves as a source of examples and insights for the more general problem of how to integrate the "high-tech" features of computation with the "low-tech" features of traditional craft materials in education.

Full Text Available The companies are operating in complex, dynamic and uncertain environments that it difficult to compete. The e-economy each time has a major presence in business world, then, the small entrepreneurs must design strategies based on Information and Communication Technologies ICTs, particularly the use of Internet, to improve company performance. Thus, the efficient implementation of websites is a mechanism that should exploit exporting small and medium-sized enterprises SMEs or with export potential, of the handicrafts industry, to communicate desired company image and optimize customer service, this it has implications who require to be analyzed to make an effective use of the ICTs.

The concept of national-patriotic education of children and youth is analyzed. Much attention is paid to Ukrainian handicrafts educational influence on patriotic upbringing of younger generation. Korolenko Poltava National Pedagogical University is presented. The differential diagnosis of ritual abuse allegations. Because psychiatrists do not have a consistent way to classify and define the forms of child abuse that may be mistaken for ritual abuse, the objective of this paper is to create a comprehensive differential diagnosis of allegations of ritual abuse.

The authors reviewed 60 articles, chapters, and books that contained allegations of ritual abuse or behaviors that might be mistaken for ritual abuse, that were made by patients or caretakers. This paper clarifies the behaviors that represent or may be mistaken for ritual abuse: Cult-based ritual abuse, pseudoritualistic abuse, activities by organized satanic groups, repetitive psychopathological abuse, sexual abuse by pedophiles, child pornography portraying ritual abuse, distorted memory, false memory, false report due to a severe mental disorder, pseudologia phantastica, adolescent behavior simulating ritual abuse, epidemic hysteria, deliberate lying, and hoaxes.

The differential diagnosis of allegations of ritual abuse is important in both clinical and forensic psychiatry. In some cases, it will not be possible to tell whether a particular allegation is factual or what the underlying mental processes are. It is important to separate the role of the mental health professional as therapist from the role as an expert witness in court.

Full Text Available This research study is a qualitative research which aims to 1 study the background of Phanan pandanus weaving handicraft , 2 study the problems encountered in development of Phanan pandanus weaving handicraft for the furniture industry, and 3 determine appropriate ways to develop suitable pandanus handicraft designs to promote the creative economy.

The target area of this research was composed of three Thai provinces; Trang, Krabi and Satun. The research methods were study of books and printed matters, observation, interviews, group discussions and a workshop.

The research findings revealed that the background and current status of Phanan pandanus weaving in each target group was similarly initiated as an ancestral legacy. Learning skill was acquired through observation without any particular textbooks. The learning activity was first started with small groups, which were extended into large groups with members.

The average age of group members is 40 years and older, with educational levels between Prathom 6 upper primary to Mathayom 6 upper secondary. The products made by each group are similar.

In terms of the marketplace, each group aims at the domestic market. Each member earns approximately 2,, baht per month. In terms of the problems of Phanan pandanus weaving, handicraft production mainly suffers from a lack of designers, lack of support from the government sector, unaffordable costs of hiring designers, lack of creativity in producing new products and inability to produce large quantities of products due to time consumption.

According to the research findings, there are 3 guideline areas for development of Phanan pandanus handicraft design for the furniture industry in promotion of creative-based economy: 1 Guidelines for development of pandanus handicraft design; 2 Guidelines for management; 3 Guidelines for the incorporation of other equipment and materials.

The Raabaa ritual is indigenous ritual practices which exercised by Arsi Oromo according to their Baalli. To this end, the researchers observed the ritual sites where the Raabaa ritual takes place.

Besides, an interview with 13 key informants and 5 FGDs were conducted to collect wider data on the subject matter. The study found out that the Raabaa is being popular in the study area due to various reasons like: firstly, the practicing and living under the shade of Gadaa and belief in the ritual manifestation. Secondly, the belief that taking part in ritual ceremonies at all ritual sites of Raabaa is one method of getting relief from these worldly problems such as physical and psychological disordered and to have blessing life.

The practices at the Raabaa ritual site also prove the tolerance that exists among some adherents of different religious, Baallis, hookaa and political backgrounds in the study area. According to our finding Raabaa ritual is used to increase awareness of the values of tolerance and understanding. The involvement of the local people, awareness levitation through community serves or education on ritual and ritualization of Raabaa, the practice of ritual and its sites protected areas should be encouraged to sustain and keep the practice.

Management of Mauritia flexuosa L. Full Text Available We present information about the spear leaves harvest, fiber processing and trade of Mauritia flexuosa L. Mauritia flexuosa, locally known as moriche, is one of the economic livelihoods for the artisans who inhabit the Wacoyo reservation.

The fibers are extracted from the spear leaves to manufacture handicrafts like bags, baskets, hats and hammocks. The use of M. Full Text Available The article deals with lingua-semiotic representation of the power ritual as one of the symbolic forms of behavior that over time ceases to be spontaneous and becomes regular and repeated. Under discussion is the rite of coronation, which was becoming more complicated and acquired a final form throughout the history of Anglo-Saxon statehood.

The process of defining parameters and characteristics of the power ritual is performed by chrono-, topo-, sound and language components of the ritual ; it is established that in ritual communication the verbalization of the event is gradually becoming more complicated, clarifying its linguistic component, which largely ensures the success of the ritual ; the non-verbal signs acquire additional meaning becoming dominant over simplified verbal signs. It is proved that within the ritual space of the Anglo-Saxon statehood an extensive and rigidly fixed system of signs and symbols has been formed, nominating the process of interaction between the sovereign and his subjects — three groups of signs characterizing the Anglo-Saxon power ritual communication: regulating, processing and classifying signs.

Their content distinction is analyzed. Authority widely applies these signs as tools to influence the society through social stereotypes and ethnic psychological associations. Artifacts, as symbols of state power, and oaths, as discursive element of the coronation, are stated as the central elements of the ritual.

Although jurors, especially nonreligious jurors, were less likely to believe the satanic ritual allegations than other case details, they were as likely to vote guilty and believe the victim in…. Why ritual plant use has ethnopharmacological relevance.

Ethnopharmacological relevance Although ritual plant use is now recognised both for its socio-cultural importance and for its contribution to nature conservation, its potential pharmacological effects remain overlooked. Aim of the study Our objective was to see whether ritual plant use could have. Uvulectomy - the making of a ritual.

Ritual uvulectomy ensures continuity, and is performed on infants because it was Messing SO. Traditional healing and the new health center in Ethiopia. In: Singer P, ed. Durham and London Full Text Available Prioritizing the Rural development is one of the fundamental concerns of the Islamic Republic of Iran that is not achieved only through the agriculture development in villages of Iran, since weakness of agricultural foundations affect the unstable ecological conditions including the shortage of agricultural fields and the lack of the increase in number of land plots under cultivation, and cannot provide the proper social and economic indices for rural development.

Experiences of successful countries in the rural development show the importance of the village industrialization in creating the job opportunities and preventing the rural migration to the cities. Theory of development and industrialization of rural areas is a factor affecting the economic and social development process and may be considered as the last solution for solving the problem of poverty in the rural areas as we see its success in China through this paper.

Therefore, this paper examines the role of the handicraft production in sustainable development in the Sar Aqa Seyyed village. A number of handicrafts including carpet weaving as the main handicrafts of Sar Aqa Seyyed village are still flourishing.

Handicraft production and development in this village not only creates employment opportunities and income, but also can play a major role in sustainable development and the village independence.

Full Text Available This essay reconstitutes the meaning and significance of places, objects and people associated with an unstudied pavilion displaying handicrafts at the Southeast Asia Rehabilitation and Trade Development Exhibit held in the New York Coliseum from 25 June to 29 June, It pays particular attention to the ways the importance assigned to the pavilion correlates with general features of Orientalism that Edward Said analyzed in his book of the same name.

In this essay, I move the geography of their scholarship from Asia to Southeast Asia and place emphasis on Vietnam. Furthermore, I identify the use of local material and visual culture in U. State Department aid programs active in the region, within American Cold War imperatives. The objects consisted of handicrafts that renowned American industrial designer Russel Wright collected during a recent trip he made to Southeast Asia on behalf of the U.

The ICA contracted Wright to evaluate the feasibility of establishing a multi-year program to produce and export handicrafts from there to the United States.

Full Text Available Globalization — which refers to the growing integration of societies, economies and cultures around the world, has become one of the most hotly-debated topics and key area of research among the policy makers, statesmen, corporate, politicians and academia respectively over the past few years.

Talking about Indian Handicrafts , which constitutes a significant segment of the decentralized sector of the economy, its export has reached at a commendable height.

Indian folk art and crafts which are the integral parts of the Indian culture and tradition, are in high demand among the western consumers. Needless to say, the borders between the world cultures are now eroding out and becoming irrelevant, therefore prompting to call it as a deterritorialized world.

The biggest problem in the Indian Handicraft industry is that the village craftsmen remain concerned that with free trade and mass production, hand-made products from other parts of the world will out price the products of their hard labour. So the basic question arises, is globalization a panacea for every human problems that the mother earth is facing now? With a. Ritual Significance in Mycenaean Hairstyles. Full Text Available Although the frescoes excavated from Bronze Age sites on the Greek mainland provide evidence for female figures in the Mycenaean society, the hairstyles of these figures have not been studied in detail.

The Mycenaeans inherited many of their hairstyles from their Minoan predecessors, although differences existed as well. It is also possible there may have been a shift in meaning for seemingly similar looking hairstyles from the Minoan to the Mycenaean periods. Female figures, which compose most of the Mycenaean figures in frescoes known to date, are fine examples for discussing the artistic representation and potential significance of Mycenaean hairstyles.

By comparing with Minoan hairstyles, discussions of Mycenaean examples lead to conclusions in the relationship between hairstyles and ritual activities in the Mycenaean society. Full Text Available This work reviews an interesting appearance of ritual processions on the Balkan Peninsula that has succeeded to maintain and keep the practice through vast period of transformations, changes and cultural developments. The ritual is performed in motion while the girls are singing ritual songs or doing a ritual dance while traveling throughout the village or performing in the yard of a family that they have come to bless.

The basic factor for this performance is the moment through which the ritual procession contributes towards the overall goods of the family, and as return, the group is rewarded with gifts such as food, clothing or money. Impact of the ritual on individual time. The author studies ritual rhythm as a powerful tool of ritual language, establishing its ability to bring the individual to the higher levels of consciousness. Music is interpreted as a powerful tool of worship representing a synthesis of sound and rhythm.

It establishes transformation of current ideological attitudes in the musical texts, with the further ritualization of the latter as well as their inclusion in the calendar cycle. Ritual , Imitation and Education in R. This article reconstructs R.

Peters' underlying theory of ritual in education, highlighting his proposed link between ritual and the imitation of teachers. Rituals set the stage for the imitation of teachers and they invite students to experience practices whose value is not easily discernable from the outside.

For Peters, rituals facilitate…. Rituals can cement the identity of and strengthen the bonds between any people, including the members of the medical practice team.

This article presents the idea that the medical practice manager is in the ideal position to create and use rituals for team building. It defines the term ritual , and explores how rituals differ from customs or traditions. As well, it describes six benefits of rituals and the hallmarks of the most effective team rituals ; describes seven creative and interesting corporate rituals that medical practice managers can study for inspiration; suggests 20 excellent opportunities within the medical practice calendar year for medical practice team rituals ; and identifies six kinds of rituals that are used in organizations.

Finally, this article provides a four-step action plan for ritualizing your medical practice team's morning huddles. The ambivalence of ritual in violence: Orthodox Christian perspectives. Full Text Available This article demonstrates that ritual plays an ambivalent role in the interaction betweenreligion and violence. Ritual triggers and gives meaning to violence, or it enforces peace andcoexistence. The first part of the article defines the ambivalence of ritual in the context ofviolence.

The second part surveys standard rituals of peace and violence from Hinduism,Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The third part focuses on the ambivalent natureof Orthodox Christian rituals. Against this background, video films that showcase the language and social attitudes of the Igbo people are seen Bereavement rituals in the Muscogee Creek tribe. A qualitative, collective case study explores bereavement rituals in the Muscogee Creek tribe.

Data from interviews with 27 participants, all adult members of the tribe, revealed consensus on participation in certain bereavement rituals.

Cultural values of family, community, religion, importance of the number 4, Indian medicine, and the meaning of death contributed to the development of these rituals. Taking Possession: Rituals , Space and Authority. Full Text Available In early modern Europe authority over communities, both people and spaces, was visualized through ritual gestures and processions. Communities gathered to witness ceremonial entries that drew on accepted forms of gestures and speech identifying individuals and articulating their place in the urban power relationship.

Ceremonial entries by rulers, ambassadors, bishops, and other office-holders drew on ritual acts projecting messages of possession in order to establish reputations of prestige and authority. This introductory essay draws on cultural anthropology and recent historiography to build a framework for understanding rituals of possession that went beyond the tradition triumphal entry to incorporate substitutes, new modes of prestigious display, and attend to conflicts.

Initiations in the Burmese Ritual Landscape. Full Text Available In Buddhist Burma, a variety of ritual has been found pertaining to quite differentiated aspects of religion. This rich ritual landscape remains under-examined due partly to the Buddhist-studies bias of most of the scholars looking at religion in Burma. In this paper, I develop comparative analysis of a class of ritual , namely that of initiation, in three components of Burmese religion: Buddhist monasticism, Buddhist esotericism, and spirit worship.

At least from the present analytic perspective, the three components considered could be taken as encompassing the entire Buddhist religious sphere in Burma.

By doing so, I aim to give a sense of the real diversity of the Burmese ritual landscape, which until recently was rarely taken into account, and to contribute to the on-going debate in the field of Buddhist studies on what could be encapsulated as the question of Buddhism and spirit cults in Southeast Asian Theravada.

Rituals in nursing: intramuscular injections. To consider to what extent intramuscular injection technique can be described to remain entrenched in ritualistic practice and how evidence-based practice should be considered and applied to the nursing practice of this essential skill. The notion of rituals within nursing and the value or futile impact they afford to this essential nursing skill will be critically reviewed.

Discursive paper. Literature review from to review the current position of intramuscular injection injections. Within the literature review, it became clear that there are several actions within the administration of an intramuscular injection that could be perceived as ritualistic and require consideration for contemporary nursing practice.

The essential nursing skill of intramuscular injection often appears to fit into the description of a ritualised practice. By providing evidence-based care, nurses will find themselves empowered to make informed decisions based on clinical need and using their clinical judgement.

For key learning, it will outline with rationale how site selection, needle selection, insertion technique and aspiration can be cited as examples of routinised or ritualistic practice and why these should be rejected in favour of an evidence-based approach.

The effect on some student nurses of experiencing differing practices between what is taught at university and what is often seen in clinical practice will also be discussed. Tarasca: ritual monster of Spain. The Pentecostal beastie combines equine, reptilian, and bird-like features with a giraffe's neck, an elephant's bulk, an impossible number of legs, the usual human malevolence, and the satyr's insatiable lust.

The monster also combines cognitive antitheses in a way that reinforces cultural biases while at the same time undermining them--a typical paradox of the Monstrous in ritual and art Andriano In the Hacinas festival the integrated themes are those of bodily mutilation, sexual abuse, cannibalism, death, and decay.

All these themes come together in certain compelling Iberian traditions: misogyny, costumed parading, religious revitalization, ritual displacement of aggression onto external objects, spontaneous street theatre. All forms of aggression are visually embodied in the image of the mystic beast, as happens every day in the classic Spanish bullfight pitting man against raw nature Mitchell Peremptory male sexuality both parodied and glorified, women both raped and rescued, children both terrified and liberated.

As Bloch has argued in the aptly titled Prey into Hunter , the narrative of the Tarasca rite, turning victim into victimizer, enables the community to "absorb the vitality" of the external threat and thereby to regenerate itself and to transcend everyday reality. We may make a third, psychoanalytic, observation.

As with all such fabulous and scary images, the Tarasca provokes regressive responses that probably go back to the primary organization of the mind before the advent of speech. In this childhood environment, sensations are limited to visions and primary emotions, and the world is experienced largely through the eyes and mouth.

It may explain the locus of aggression in typical monster imagery: the rending teeth, the gnashing jaws, the cavernous belly.

It would also help us understand the terror at being devoured by a giant. Full Text Available Cultural heritage embodied in traditional crafts is an integral part of any nation which reflects the culture and tradition of a particular region. Although the importance of handicraft has been widely recognized, the literature regarding preservation of traditional craft is scarce. The present paper aimed to explore and identify issues faced by traditional craftsmanship in developing countries and to address those issues in order to contribute to the sustainability of traditional craft heritage and ensure continuous transmission of craft skills and knowledge from generation to generation.

Our study identified several key issues which poses substantial challenges to the preservation of traditional craft heritage in developing countries. In order to add empirical evidence, we examined the case of Pakistani handicraft industry that provided further understanding of highlighted issues which traditional craft heritage face.

We have suggested some policies to promote, develop and preserve the traditional craft heritage. The significance of these policy suggestions is underlined with the case study of Pakistan. Evaluating ritual efficacy: evidence from the supernatural. Using content from existing simpatias, experimental simpatias were designed to manipulate the kinds of information that influences perceptions of efficacy. The results provide evidence that information reflecting intuitive causal principles i.

Images from a jointly-arousing collective ritual reveal affective polarization. Collective rituals are biologically ancient and culturally pervasive, yet few studies have quantified their effects on participants.

We assessed two plausible models from qualitative anthropology: ritual empathy predicts affective convergence among all ritual participants irrespective of ritual r Ritualized Space and Objects of Sacrosanctity. In the West, historically, such traditions have included hierarchies of sacred places e. Jerusalem, Mecca, Rome , defined by mythical events and religious memory; sacred bodies dead or alive as manifested The idea that formalized performative acts may manifest sacrosanctity spatially or in specific physical objects is often brought out in descriptions of ritual practices.

Rituals of sanctification or dedication of sacred areas, temples, churches, and objects of veneration provide well-known examples Ritual Black Drink consumption at Cahokia.

Crown, Patricia L. Jeffrey; Pauketat, Timothy R. Chemical analyses of organic residues in fragments of pottery from the large site of Cahokia and surrounding smaller sites in Illinois reveal theobromine, caffeine, and ursolic acid, biomarkers for species of Ilex holly used to prepare the ritually important Black Drink.

As recorded during the historic period, men consumed Black Drink in portions of the American Southeast for ritual purification. This first demonstrated discovery of biomarkers for Ilex occurs in beaker vessels dating between A. The association of Ilex and beaker vessels indicates a sustained ritual consumption of a caffeine-laced drink made from the leaves of plants grown in the southern United States.

Parties, rituals and symbolisms in schools. A party is a ritual where participants share symbols related to imaginary —hence the importance of conducting an analysis for understanding institutions as a symbolic framework. A core argument is that established actors are configured from symbolic practices in the institutional space schools. The repetition of these practices awash with symbolism leads to daily rituals or micro rituals that are ratified in institutions.

Methodologically, interviews and non-participant observation in school interaction spaces were used. Based on the findings, it may be stated that the nuclear family, rooted in the Christian image in which authority is a central point, becomes a fundamental factor in shaping institutional life as well as the imaginary linked to school parties.

Ritual and cohesion. What is the place of euphoric arousal? Commentary on H. Divina Moneta. Coins in Religion and Ritual. This edited collection analyses the phenomenon of coin use for religious and ritual purposes in different cultures and across different periods of time.

Although focusing on the medieval period in Western Europe, the book includes instructive cases from the Roman period until Ritual Change in a Turkish Alevi Village. Full Text Available This study is a documentation and analysis of change in ritual in the village of Sarilar, on the west bank of the Euphrates River near Yavuseli, Gaziantep. The research problem posed was identification of ritual change within the consultants' memory and some tentative ways of situating such change within the socio-economic context.

The mysticism of the dervish lodge remains as a certain life attitude along with the new views of modernization that have been so well inculcated. Although modernization, at least in the Turkish Alevi context, tends to conflict with the mystical experience of the Bektashi dervish in some areas, a democratized inner core remains.

Consistent with hypotheses, findings revealed. Bioethics and the rituals of media. Popular media may make short shrift of complex ideas and moral deliberations, but it can also serve bioethics well. Bioethics should embrace the ritual function of the media in bringing issues to public attention and in reinforcing bioethics as a field.

Film Remakes as Ritual and Disguise. The first book-length account of the symbolic chains that link remakes and explain their disguises, Film Remakes as Rituals and Disguise is also the first book to explore how and why these stories are told. Anat Zanger focuses on contemporary retellings of three particular tales-Joan of Arc, Carmen,. Introduction: Enquiries into Contemporary Ritual Landscapes. We argue that ways of perceiving landscape includes a number of material and immaterial aspects indicated by ways of moving through landscapes and interacting with di erent human and non-human subjects that come to inhabit the world, creating relations and producing agentive ensembles and complexes.

Full Text Available This article introduces a communal ritual , known as Bog, as practiced among the Mongghul, a linguistically and culturally distinct group of people of the northeast Tibetan Plateau.

The main activity of the Bog ritual involves deities and ancestral souls being invited to a sumptuous "banquet" where religious practitioners, called fashi, chant scriptures, sing, dance, joke, and burn incense to delight the "guests. To provide context for this description, we introduce the community on which our description focuses, and also discuss the role of fashi.

A chronological account of the ritual follows that includes not only descriptions of the ritual activities, but also interpretations of the meaning of these events from the perspective of the ritual practitioners. We also provide an analysis of the performances given during the ritual and how they contribute to creating a spectacle that delights both human and non-human participants.

The Devolution of a Sonic Community Ritual. Full Text Available This paper will deal with the changing soundscape of a particular community in the University of the Philippines Diliman Campus, focusing on the weekly Monday morning flag raising ceremony. The paper will compare how it was celebrated in the past, using earwitness accounts, to how it has been rendered more recently based on a soundscape recording taken in February of As ritual , flag-raising has devolved over the years.

This can be traced to the increase in the level of keynote sounds in and around the campus, the malfunctioning and lack of coordination in the use of the sound devices deployed in the original ritual , and the changes in the soundscapes that index the campus community.

Affectivity and Liminality in Ritualized Protest. This article takes departure from recent events in Kiev, Ukraine. The empirical material builds on interviews and informal talks with young protesters, made online or on location during spring We argue that the uprisings — some call it a revolution — involve all essential features of limina We argue that the uprisings — some call it a revolution — involve all essential features Engaging this social drama we further wish to discuss how affectivity plays a central role in the ritualization of protest — and that subjectivity and affectivity, as relatively unformed potentials, bring qualities of heightened Ritual encounters of the queer kind: a political analysis of jewish lesbian ritual innovation.

Jewish feminist, queer ritual innovation in particular is inspired by an array of secular and radical critical theories as much as it is by the historic concrete experiences of a diversity of Jews in different Jewish communities. It is important to hold all of us who are involved in religious ritual innovation responsible to the knowledges we have developed and learned in critical theory or we risk, even with the best of intentions and creativity, re-inscribing some of the very problems of traditional ontological norms that we might have originally sought to disrupt and subvert.

This article looks specifically at examples of new "coming out" rituals for Jewish queers explored over time in the Jewish Queer Think Tank: honoring them as well as offering tools from secular critical theory to assist our work in keeping them accountable to our aspirations to both love and fundamentally transform Jewishness.

Here I redefine the function of religious ritual itself in political terms as an identity-producing performance. As such I utilize social constructionist queer theories i. Kulpuja: A Ritual and Behavior of Magar. Refine by Price. Top Brands. Store Availability.

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