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miércoles, 18 de junio de 2014

recivilization: possitive ecology in disaster areas

Christchurch, Chernobyl (nuclearculture vs. wildest culture, Detroit (http://www.publico.es/internacional/207519/el-declive-terminal-de-la-ciudad-de-detroit) are but some concrete examples of the disaster society we are living today, the global society of this century is the global disaster society, learning through the practice of living a disaster here, a disaster there...

The pandemia of disasters we are going to live with, is a learning process in the urgency, of accomodating and reaccomodating seven thousands human bodies across 13.4 miles de millones de hectáreas or 

Global hectare (the biocapacity of the planet)

 What we have in front is a global theatre of survival, that possitive sciences translate as "SUPERVIVAL", AS SUPERVIVENCIA versus sobrevivencia)



The central idea of next times in these areas is reconstruction and renovation.

If hard capitalism is going to increase definitely their power for destroing, and not thie rpower for regenerating a lost civilization, we need to be prepared for living in a tablero de ajedrez where each square is "safe" today but tomorrow may be not safe...


The recent discoveries (how many years after "el nombre de la rosa?) of laugh science, maybe is going to close the obscurity times previous to day.

Possitive ecology os taking smile-and-lagh-sciences to re imprinting "hard sciences" with this good humour and hope 

Originally "positive ecology," now "the ecology of happiness," has been what I've been trying to work on and towards for over a decade now... (It's found a recent home at http://www.beyond-eco.org). And yes, there is still a need for that, and not just in positive sentiments/visions but also, maybe even more so, in positive practices. First of all, I'd say, because we need to appeal to the love of people lest environmentalism remains mired in this position where it's too easily presented as being pro-planet/against-people.
One of the biggest problems, however, remains the search for single and clear solutions and singular approaches to convince everyone. When positive messages become nothing much more than feel-good, they will serve equally as little as when there's nothing but a call for revolution that may attract some, but portray 'green' issues as nothing but oppositional and sacrificial.

Especially informed by eco-anthro, though, I'd really like to see much more work on how we can (and can only, and have so far) live in ways that can go on (are sustainable), create rather than destroy a lot of ecological functioning and biodiversity (Europe without agriculture through Roman and Medieval times would be less ecologically diverse...) - and can be happy, fulfilling.

Lots of work to do, warning (though there's been a lot of that), speaking truth to power (of which there hasn't been quite that much or quite that influential), and also positively visionary and radically better.


On Wed, Jun 18, 2014 at 5:55 AM, Bradley Walters <bwalters@mta.ca> wrote:

Monbiot’s work as a public communicator has established him as one of the world’s most influential environmentalist, so it seems oddly misplaced for him to be so self-critical of his past messaging. Monbiot is a master at speaking truth-to-power and most admire and respect him for all the fear-and-loathing he has served-up over the years. I really hope he doesn’t stop doing that. Rewilding some choice spots of England sounds great, but it is not going to keep the fracking rigs from despoiling most of the rest of his fair countryside.

The last couple years I have participated in many conversations and public presentations about the risks of shale gas development. There has in fact been much debate within the activist circles here about the need to present a positive, alternative vision for the region based on renewable energy, etc., rather than just focusing on the negatives of fracking. Certainly, some folks respond well to the positive vision stuff, but most people respond and get motivated to take action when they learn and become fearful about the risks to their water and health. That said, this defensive reaction is for most folks born out of a mix of fear AND genuinely positive emotions reflecting a caring for their families and love of their homes and places they live.

More generally, fear seems to work particularly well as a motivator where there is a clear and present danger: oil drilling trucks planning next year to sink wells in the neighborhood and the prospects that this might poison the water that comes out of ones’ tap (thank-you Josh Fox for that terrifying image of the tap-water on fire!). But fear seems less effective for most people when it entails a less clear, more existential threat, as is the case with climate change. Then again, fear motivates most of the climate activists I know pretty well, so there are not any clear and firm laws here.

Yes, we need to appeal more to positive sentiments like love of place and the natural world. That is certainly something many of us have forgotten how to do or have become ashamed to admit (because it makes one vulnerable) as we make our appeals to care for the state of the world. Experience and greater confidence has led me to often include such positive-personal sentiments when I give public presentations. Clearly, many people respond well to this, viewing it as “speaking from the heart”, etc. The world is also in need of (and may be increasingly ready to embrace) a genuinely positive, progressive vision based on a radical re-think of how we generate energy, etc. But let’s not get too feel-good about all this stuff. The brutal truth can often be the most powerful motivator and those on the front lines do not always have the luxury of indulging in positive visions.  

Cheers, Brad

From: Piers Locke [/webmail/src/compose.phppiers.locke@CANTERBURY.AC.NZ]
Sent: Tuesday, June 17, 2014 8:39 PM
To: EANTH-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU
Subject: Hope and Despair in Environmentalism

Hi- EANTHers may be interested to read this latest article from The Guardian Newspaper by George Monbiot which I think raises several issues relevant to the research and teaching practices of list members.

Monbiot argues for a stance that is not tirelessly critical, but which includes positive vision. For me, this relates to the idea of teaching for hope. This was the subject of a very helpful Anthropology News article last year-http://www.anthropology-news.org/index.php/2013/01/10/teaching-for-hope/. Latour's article critiquing critique recently mentioned by Eddie Schmitt is also relevant here. Anyway, one of the problems I have encountered teaching my course Environment, Development, and Disaster, a course influenced by recent experiences relating to the earthquakes in Christchurch, is the problem of overwhelming my students with global (as well as local) environmental problems that make them feel doomed and powerless. It seems the challenge is to ensure students believe they can exercise meaningful agency, and that one way to do this is to include case studies of environmental activist success, ecologically responsible policies and initiatives, and perhaps also practices that demonstrate sustainable use of natural resources and attitudes toward nonhumans. I appreciate too, that another useful strategy is community based projects that involve students in environmental initiatives, something we have discussed on EANTH. I would welcome further suggestions from list members.

Another issue that Monbiot raises, one I'm sure will prove contentious, is his claim that pricing nature through notions such as ecosystem services not only replicates the assumptions and practices of an economic system that has tended to ignore ecological impacts, but also that such approaches do not work. I know there is a great deal of expertise in these issues among EANTH members, and again I would welcome responses to Monbiot's dismissal of what we might consider environmental initiatives that operate within the dominant economic paradigm. I guess this raises age-old political questions regarding evolution or revolution, albeit in the context of a global environmental crisis that may be pushing us toward a tipping point that will result in radical, and potentially chaotic change.

Anyway, perhaps you will find these environmental opinions appearing in a major national newspaper of interest.


all the best, Piers

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sábado, 14 de junio de 2014

Teacher Blogger


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JJ Brünner - 2003 - Fondo De Cultura Economica USA Citado por 176 Artículos relacionados Citar Guardar Más ens-lyon.fr [PDF] Chord: A scalable peer-to-peer lookup service for internet applications I Stoica, R Morris, D Karger, MF Kaashoek… - ACM SIGCOMM …, 2001 - dl.acm.org Abstract A fundamental problem that confronts peer-to-peer applications is to efficiently locate the node that stores a particular data item. This paper presents Chord, a distributed lookup protocol that addresses this problem. Chord provides support for just one ... Citado por 11418 Artículos relacionados Las 423 versiones Citar Guardar Ciberpragmática: El uso del lenguaje en Internet F Yus - 2001 - digrid.allalla.com Earlier it was reported that the new submarines will be adopted and will replace the obsolete type Collins not before 2025 and will last at least until the year 2070. The regional Ministry of Finance of Germany expressed their dissatisfaction with the economic situation of Berlin ... Citado por 230 Artículos relacionados Las 2 versiones Citar Guardar Más [CITAS] Routing in the Internet C Huitema - 1999 - dl.acm.org Vladimir Marbukh, Stephan Klink, Decentralized control of large-scale networks as a game with local interactions: cross-layer TCP/IP optimization, Proceedings of the 2nd international conference on Performance evaluation methodologies and tools, October 22-27, 2007, ... Citado por 939 Artículos relacionados Las 4 versiones Citar Guardar Más arxiv.org [PDF] Internet: Diameter of the world-wide web R Albert, H Jeong, AL Barabási - Nature, 1999 - nature.com Abstract Despite its increasing role in communication, the World-Wide Web remains uncontrolled: any individual or institution can create a website with any number of documents and links. This unregulated growth leads to a huge and complex web, which ... Citado por 4021 Artículos relacionados Las 62 versiones Citar Guardar [CITAS] The whole Internet user's guide and catalog E Krol - 1992 - dl.acm.org Robert M. Akscyn, Donald L. McCracken, PLEXUS: a hypermedia architecture for large- scale digital libraries, Proceedings of the 11th annual international conference on Systems documentation, p. 11-20, October 05-08, 1993, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada Citado por 1061 Artículos relacionados Las 15 versiones Citar Guardar Más cmu.edu [PDF] On power-law relationships of the internet topology M Faloutsos, P Faloutsos, C Faloutsos - ACM SIGCOMM Computer …, 1999 - dl.acm.org Abstract Despite the apparent randomness of the Internet, we discover some surprisingly simple power-laws of the Internet topology. These power-laws hold for three snapshots of the Internet, between November 1997 and December 1998, despite a 45% growth of its ... Citado por 4955 Artículos relacionados Las 81 versiones Citar Guardar [LIBRO] Cyberpolitics: Citizen activism in the age of the Internet KA Hill, JE Hughes - 1999 - dl.acm.org Is the Internet poised to replace television as the central means of political communication? Will the advent of computer communication create a new era of citizen activism? Will the Internet ultimately lend itself more to political accountability and access or to exclusion ... Citado por 684 Artículos relacionados Las 3 versiones Citar Guardar Más [CITAS] Internet and society J Slevin - 2000 - dl.acm.org Internet and Society. Author: James Slevin, Publication: · Book, Internet and Society. Blackwell Publishers, Inc. Cambridge, MA, USA ©2000 ISBN:0745620876. 2000 Book. Bibliometrics. · Downloads (6 Weeks): n/a · Downloads ... Citado por 740 Artículos relacionados Las 7 versiones Citar Guardar Más hjp.at [HTML] [HTML] Integrated services in the internet architecture: an overview R Braden, D Clark, S Shenker - 1994 - hjp.at Rfc, 1633. Title, Integrated Services in the Internet Architecture: an Overview. Author, R. Braden, D. Clark, S. Shenker. Date, June 1994. ... This memo does not specify an Internet standard of any kind. Distribution of this memo is unlimited. ... Citado por 4422 Artículos relacionados Las 7 versiones Citar Guardar Más ietf.org [HTML] [HTML] Internet protocol, version 6 (IPv6) specification SE Deering - 1998 - tools.ietf.org ... Updated by: 5095, 5722, 5871, 6437, 6564, 6935, DRAFT STANDARD 6946, 7045 Errata Exist Network Working Group S. Deering Request for Comments: 2460 Cisco Obsoletes: 1883 R. Hinden Category: Standards Track Nokia December 1998 Internet Protocol, Version 6 ... Citado por 4361 Artículos relacionados Las 9 versiones Citar Guardar Más [CITAS] La psicología de Internet P Wallace, G Sánchez Barberán - 2001 - sidalc.net ... Signatura: (Sirsi) i9788449310201. Autor: Wallace, Patricia M. Título: La psicología de Internet /. P.imprenta: Barcelona :. Paidós,. c2001.. 334 p. ; 24 cm. Notas: Paidós Transiciones ; Traducción de: The psychology of the Internet. Incluye notas bibliográficas e índice. ... Citado por 149 Citar Guardar Más [HTML] Internet protocol J Postel - 1981 - tools.ietf.org [Docs] [txt|pdf] [Errata] Updated by: 1349, 2474, 6864 INTERNET STANDARD Errata Exist RFC: 791 INTERNET PROTOCOL DARPA INTERNET PROGRAM PROTOCOL SPECIFICATION September 1981 prepared for Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Information ... 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This radical and rapidly growing publication, which includes close to 4 million entries, is now a much-used resource. But it is also controversial: if anyone can ... Citado por 1818 Artículos relacionados Las 19 versiones Citar Guardar [CITAS] The Internet galaxy: Reflections on the Internet, business, and society M Castells - 2002 - Oxford University Press Citado por 4129 Artículos relacionados Las 6 versiones Citar Guardar Más [LIBRO] Firewalls and Internet security: repelling the wily hacker WR Cheswick, SM Bellovin, AD Rubin - 2003 - dl.acm.org The first printing of the First Edition appeared at the Las Vegas Interop in May, 1994. At that same show appeared the first of many commercial firewall products. In many ways, the field has matured since then: You can buy a decent firewall off the shelf from many vendors. Citado por 1358 Artículos relacionados Las 16 versiones Citar Guardar Más hjp.at [HTML] [HTML] Security architecture for the internet protocol S Kent, R Atkinson - 1998 - hjp.at RFC 2401 Security Architecture for IP November 1998 NOTE: A compliant implementation MUST not allow instantiation of an ESP SA that employs both a NULL encryption and a NULL authentication algorithm. An attempt to negotiate such an SA is an auditable event. 5.1.2 Header ... Citado por 3620 Artículos relacionados Las 4 versiones Citar Guardar Más arxiv.org [PDF] Resilience of the Internet to random breakdowns R Cohen, K Erez, D Ben-Avraham, S Havlin - Physical review letters, 2000 - APS A common property of many large networks, including the Internet, is that the connectivity of the various nodes follows a scale-free power-law distribution, P k ck2a. We study the stability of such networks with respect to crashes, such as random removal of sites. Our approach, ... Citado por 1443 Artículos relacionados Las 21 versiones Citar Guardar aub.edu.lb [PDF] [LIBRO] Digital divide: Civic engagement, information poverty, and the Internet worldwide P Norris - 2001 - books.google.com There is widespread concern that the explosive growth of the Internet is exacerbating existing inequalities between the information rich and poor. Digital Divide sets out to examine the evidence for access and use of the Internet in 179 nations across the world. A ... Citado por 3610 Artículos relacionados Las 9 versiones Citar Guardar Más wiley.com [HTML] [HTML] Consumer trust in an Internet store: A cross‐cultural validation SL Jarvenpaa, N Tractinsky… - Journal of Computer‐ …, 1999 - Wiley Online Library Abstract Many have speculated that trust plays a critical role in stimulating consumer purchases over the Internet. Most of the speculations have rallied around US consumers purchasing from US–based online merchants. The global nature of the Internet raises ... Citado por 2710 Artículos relacionados Las 11 versiones Citar Guardar Internet encyclopaedias go head to head J Giles - Nature, 2005 - nature.com One of the extraordinary stories of the Internet age is that of Wikipedia, a free online encyclopaedia that anyone can edit. This radical and rapidly growing publication, which includes close to 4 million entries, is now a much-used resource. But it is also controversial: if anyone can ... Citado por 1818 Artículos relacionados Las 19 versiones Citar Guardar tuwien.ac.at [PDF] Studying cooperation and conflict between authors with history flow visualizations FB Viégas, M Wattenberg, K Dave - … of the SIGCHI conference on Human …, 2004 - dl.acm.org Abstract The Internet has fostered an unconventional and powerful style of collaboration:" wiki" web sites, where every visitor has the power to become an editor. In this paper we investigate the dynamics of Wikipedia, a prominent, thriving wiki. We make three ... Citado por 787 Artículos relacionados Las 38 versiones Citar Guardar ufrgs.br [PDF] [PDF] Wikipedia as participatory journalism: Reliable sources? metrics for evaluating collaborative media as a news resource A Lih - Nature, 2004 - ufrgs.br Abstract Wikipedia is an Internet-based, user contributed encyclopedia that is collaboratively edited, and utilizes the wiki concept–the idea that any user on the Internet can change any page within the Web site, even anonymously. Paradoxically, this seemingly chaotic ... Citado por 349 Artículos relacionados Las 17 versiones Citar Guardar Más firstmonday.org [HTML] An empirical examination of Wikipedia's credibility T Chesney - First Monday, 2006 - firstmonday.org Abstract Wikipedia is an free, online encyclopaedia which anyone can add content to or edit the existing content of. The idea behind Wikipedia is that members of the general public can add their own personal knowledge, anonymously if they wish. Wikipedia then evolves ... Citado por 204 Artículos relacionados Las 13 versiones Citar Guardar Más butlercommonplace.org [PDF] Becoming Wikipedian: transformation of participation in a collaborative online encyclopedia SL Bryant, A Forte, A Bruckman - Proceedings of the 2005 international …, 2005 - dl.acm.org Abstract Traditional activities change in surprising ways when computer-mediated communication becomes a component of the activity system. In this descriptive study, we leverage two perspectives on social activity to understand the experiences of individuals ... Citado por 526 Artículos relacionados Las 32 versiones Citar Guardar fsu.edu [PDF] [PDF] Assessing Information Quality of a Community-Based Encyclopedia. B Stvilia, MB Twidale, LC Smith, L Gasser - IQ, 2005 - mailer.fsu.edu Abstract Effective information quality analysis needs powerful yet easy ways to obtain metrics. The English version of Wikipedia provides an extremely interesting yet challenging case for the study of Information Quality dynamics at both macro and micro levels. We ... Citado por 229 Artículos relacionados Las 10 versiones Citar Guardar Más marlajarmer.net [PDF] Can history be open source? Wikipedia and the future of the past R Rosenzweig - The Journal of American History, 2006 - jah.oxfordjournals.org History is a deeply individualistic craft. The singly authored work is the standard for the profession; only about 6 percent of the more than 32,000 scholarly works indexed since 2000 in this journal's comprehensive bibliographic guide,“Recent Scholarship,” have ... Citado por 226 Artículos relacionados Las 11 versiones Citar Guardar ufrgs.br [PDF] Collaborative authoring on the web: A genre analysis of online encyclopedias W Emigh, SC Herring - … , 2005. HICSS'05. Proceedings of the …, 2005 - ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract This paper presents the results of a genre analysis of two web-based collaborative authoring environments, Wikipedia and Everything2, both of which are intended as repositories of encyclopedic knowledge and are open to contributions from the public. ... Citado por 230 Artículos relacionados Las 12 versiones Citar Guardar rclis.org [PDF] Measuring wikipedia J Voss - 2005 - eprints.rclis.org Wikipedia, an international project that uses Wiki software to collaboratively create an encyclopaedia, is becoming more and more popular. Everyone can directly edit articles and every edit is recorded. The version history of all articles is freely available and allows a ... Citado por 347 Artículos relacionados Las 12 versiones Citar Guardar kittur.org [PDF] He says, she says: conflict and coordination in Wikipedia A Kittur, B Suh, BA Pendleton, EH Chi - Proceedings of the SIGCHI …, 2007 - dl.acm.org Abstract Wikipedia, a wiki-based encyclopedia, has become one of the most successful experiments in collaborative knowledge building on the Internet. As Wikipedia continues to grow, the potential for conflict and the need for coordination increase as well. This article ... Citado por 346 Artículos relacionados Las 17 versiones Citar Guardar http://books.google.es/books?hl=es&lr=&id=wfNPdyiwbYQC&oi=fnd&pg=PP11&dq=internet&ots=gzbI8flTaT&sig=bLgPdFa1ILmaN_2YV8nvQOTnRkM#v=onepage&q=internet&f=false http://scholar.google.es/scholar?q=internet+use+by+profesional+sectors&btnG=&hl=es&as_sdt=0%2C5 The relationship between Internet use and perceived performance in retail and professional service firms J Drennan, JR McColl-Kennedy - Journal of Services …, 2003 - emeraldinsight.com ... their intranets, it is still in the early stages, and the Internet is being used for more ... Afuah, A., Tucci, CL (2001), Internet Business Models and Strategies, McGraw-Hill,, New York, NY ... Cockburn, C., Wilson, TD (1996), "Business use of the World Wide Web", International Journal of ... Citado por 52 Artículos relacionados Las 5 versiones Citar Guardar Internet use by faculty members in various disciplines: a comparative case study SS Lazinger, J Bar‐Ilan… - Journal of the American …, 1997 - Wiley Online Library ... was to examine and compare use of the Internet among various sectors of the ... Questionnaires were sent to faculty members in all departments and professional schools of The ... Results indicated that Internet use is consistently higher among faculty members in the sciences and ... Citado por 123 Artículos relacionados Las 5 versiones Citar Guardar Innovative use of the Internet in established small firms: the impact of knowledge management and organisational learning in accessing new opportunities LM Martin, H Matlay - Qualitative Market Research: An …, 2003 - emeraldinsight.com ... First, owner/managers and key personnel recognised the importance of the Internet and its strategic use for marketing purposes. Organisational Web sites were used strategically to develop stronger and more effective links with both customers and suppliers. ... Citado por 107 Artículos relacionados Las 4 versiones Citar Guardar illinois.edu [PDF] [PDF] Digital citizenship K Mossberger, C Tolbert… - The internet, society, and …, 2008 - groups.lis.illinois.edu ... conceptions of citizenship Multiple Traditions of Citizenship in US (Rogers Smith 1993) • Liberalism ... Suburban or Urban (+) Professional, Mgmt., Sales, Professional, Mgmt., Sales, and Secretarial Occupations (+) ... Page 26. Probability of Daily Internet Use Age 63 21% Age 29 ... Citado por 365 Artículos relacionados Las 6 versiones Citar Guardar Más [CITAS] The Internet and health communication: Experiences and expectations RE Rice, JE Katz - 2001 - Sage Citado por 141 Artículos relacionados Citar Guardar Más Factors affecting the adoption of Internet Banking in Hong Kong—implications for the banking sector CS Yiu, K Grant, D Edgar - International Journal of Information Management, 2007 - Elsevier ... No of user that have used this transaction, % on Internet Banking user. Account transfer, 31, 24.8. ... Credit card application Usage, 5, 4.0. ... 2, 1, 2, 1. I can have more prestige (eg preferential lending or deposits rates) than other bank customers if I use Internet Banking services. 1, 2, 2 ... Citado por 175 Artículos relacionados Las 4 versiones Citar Guardar Technology professional development for teachers L Schrum - Educational Technology Research and Development, 1999 - Springer ... Alternative assessments, through electronic portfolios, have been used to create authentic activities for preservice ... Teach- ers, computers, and the Internet: The first stage of a community-initiated project ... Computers and teachers: Factors influencing computer use in the ... Citado por 273 Artículos relacionados Las 7 versiones Citar Guardar researchgate.net [PDF] [PDF] A longitudinal study of expectations in small business Internet commerce S Poon, P Swatman - International Journal of Electronic …, 1999 - researchgate.net ... amount of change occurring (the Wilcoxon Matched-Pairs Signed-Ranks test was used because of ... Yet 95% of the sample said they would continue to use the Internet Commerce for ... percentage of firms from the Internet and Related Services sector found the Internet was either ... Citado por 95 Artículos relacionados Las 6 versiones Citar Guardar Más parnu.ee [PDF] Adoption of E-Commerce by SMEs in the UK Towards a Stage Model E Daniel, H Wilson, A Myers - International Small Business …, 2002 - isb.sagepub.com ... It should be stressed that the variables shown in these tables were not used to construct the ... 20.5 20.0 13.5 18.2 Note: Figures are percentage of cluster total in their use of e ... offerings, being information based, are likely to be compatible with promotion and sale over the Internet. ... Citado por 252 Artículos relacionados Las 8 versiones Citar Guardar Teachers and ICT: Current use and future needs D Williams, L Coles, K Wilson… - British journal of …, 2000 - Wiley Online Library ... teachers which reported low levels of regular use of generic applications and low levels of confidence particularly in the use of the Internet (Gillmon, 1998 ... Where ICT resources are used by primary teachers they are used most often in the class- room context (95% of teachers ... Citado por 197 Artículos relacionados Las 4 versiones Citar Guardar http://groups.lis.illinois.edu/guest_lectures/cii/digcitizen.pdf http://scholar.google.es/scholar?q=related:Bmbmg6Z_Sp8J:scholar.google.com/&hl=es&as_sdt=0,5 relacionados illinois.edu [PDF] [PDF] Digital citizenship K Mossberger, C Tolbert… - The internet, society, and …, 2008 - groups.lis.illinois.edu • Information technology responsible for productivity growth since 1990s• Future growth and investment will be use of IT throughout “old economy sectors”• Use of IT changes jobs, work practices, and raises skills needed–IT, cognitive skills, education, soft skills• Does it matter ... Citado por 365 Artículos relacionados Las 6 versiones Citar Guardar Más Assessing the Potential of Internet Political Participation in the United States A Resource Approach BS Krueger - American Politics Research, 2002 - apr.sagepub.com Abstract An emerging scholarly consensus asserts that patterns of Internet political participation will merely imitate the established patterns of participatory inequality in the United States. Because those from advantaged backgrounds access the medium at higher ... Citado por 194 Artículos relacionados Las 2 versiones Citar Guardar googlecode.com [PDF] Unraveling the effects of the Internet on political participation? CJ Tolbert, RS McNeal - Political Research Quarterly, 2003 - prq.sagepub.com Abstract While a long tradition of research documents the demographic and psychological determinants of political participation, there is also evidence to suggest that changes in communication technology may play an important role in influencing electoral behavior. ... Citado por 368 Artículos relacionados Las 5 versiones Citar Guardar Does Internet use affect engagement? A meta-analysis of research S Boulianne - political communication, 2009 - Taylor & Francis Scholars disagree about the impact of the Internet on civic and political engagement. Some scholars argue that Internet use will contribute to civic decline, whereas other scholars view the Internet as having a role to play in reinvigorating civic life. This article assesses the ... Citado por 279 Artículos relacionados Las 4 versiones Citar Guardar googlecode.com [PDF] Analyzing the representativeness of Internet political participation SJ Best, BS Krueger - Political Behavior, 2005 - Springer Abstract Political participation researchers have developed several evaluative techniques to assess the representativeness of political participation patterns. Yet, while the Internet has become a mainstream avenue for political participation in the United States, current ... Citado por 223 Artículos relacionados Las 8 versiones Citar Guardar lusoli.info [PDF] Online Participation in the UK: Testing a 'Contextualised'Model of Internet Effects1 RK Gibson, W Lusoli, S Ward - The British Journal of Politics & …, 2005 - Wiley Online Library This article offers a new test of the mobilisation thesis of Internet effects on individual political participation using data from an NOP survey of 1,972 UK adults during May 2002. The analysis differs from that of previous studies in that it significantly widens the ... Citado por 214 Artículos relacionados Las 7 versiones Citar Guardar Direct and differential effects of the Internet on political and civic engagement M Xenos, P Moy - Journal of Communication, 2007 - Wiley Online Library Given the significant rise in the number of Americans who turn to the Internet for political information, we examine the effects of these behaviors on political and civic engagement in an evolving media landscape. Specifically, we test hypotheses derived from competing ... Citado por 213 Artículos relacionados Las 4 versiones Citar Guardar Information and political engagement in America: The search for effects of information technology at the individual level B Bimber - Political Research Quarterly, 2001 - prq.sagepub.com Abstract Some aspects of democracy appear more sensitive than others to the availability throughout society of political information. Individual-level political engagement poses a puzzle in this regard. An instrumentalquantitative conception of information that is central ... Citado por 399 Artículos relacionados Las 5 versiones Citar Guardar [LIBRO] Virtual inequality: Beyond the digital divide K Mossberger, CJ Tolbert, M Stansbury - 2003 - books.google.com That there is a" digital divide"--which falls between those who have and can afford the latest in technological tools and those who have neither in our society--is indisputable. Virtual Inequality redefines the issue as it explores the cascades of that divide, which involve ... Citado por 610 Artículos relacionados Las 4 versiones Citar Guardar Más Internet use and civic engagement: A longitudinal analysis MK Jennings, V Zeitner - Public Opinion Quarterly, 2003 - AAPOR Abstract Conclusions about the impact of the Internet on civic engagement have been hampered by the unavailability of before and after measures, a shortage of varied and multiple indicators of attitudes and behaviors regarding engagement, and insufficient ... Citado por 274 Artículos relacionados Las 6 versiones Citar Guardar

martes, 13 de mayo de 2014

Eskwela



pronunciación: IPA: /eˈskwela/ esˈkwela    

Las traducciones a sánscrito:


  • विद्यालय 
    (Noun  )

Otros significados:


 
Institución o edificio en el que los niños y gente joven recibe educación.
http://es.glosbe.com/es/sa/escuela 

En Telugu:  
పాఠశాల

sábado, 3 de mayo de 2014

A Theory of Strategy – Learning From China From walking to sailing

0.0 iNDICE

0. blibiografía sumaria


3. laZimby: Palabra Clave Para Salir de la Crisis



6. tresen 1: tú la cuña y el queso entero


8. He visto una gayumba en flor



























jueves, 24 de abril de 2014

HAZ SALTAR LA BANCA

RECIBIDO POR EMAIL:

buenas tardes
reenvío este correo que complementa el que mandé hace un rato

y disculpa si lo has recibido otra vez




Hoy lanzamos un mensaje alto y claro, podéis verlo aquí:
http://partidox.org/haz-saltar-la-banca/

Ésta es una llamada a toda la ciudadanía que ha decidido que es el 
momento de actuar.

Necesitamos información para dejar de padecer sus mentiras, para dejar 
de ser llevados de la mano como niños, para quitarnos de una vez la 
venda de los ojos. Ahora es cuando tenemos que vivir, cuidarnos y aprender.

No podemos seguir contando solo con las acciones judiciales para 
disuadir a los defraudadores. Las investigaciones se alargan años. 
Debemos llevar nuestra lucha diaria al Parlamento Europeo. Sin miedo.

Con una victoria en Europa podremos tener mayor fuerza y cambiar la 
manera de hacer
las cosas. No dentro de varios años, sino ahora.

Ahora es cuando están dejando que todo se venga abajo mientras el 
dinero… “desaparece”.

Pero no desaparece, simplemente cambia de manos; el problema es que 
nosotros perdemos el rastro del dinero.

No hablo como economista sino como experto en mecanismos de opacidad, 
como persona que lucha contra esos mecanismos.

¿Queréis saber cuál es la relación?
La desaparición del capital.
Tenemos que saber a dónde va.

No se puede esperar a que las leyes cambien y nos protejan mejor para 
hacerlo. Podemos empezar a protegernos compartiendo la información y 
coordinando mejor nuestras competencias.

Ya no son los estados demócraticos los que imponen sus leyes. Son las 
grandes multinacionales las que marcan sus pasos mientras les miran por 
encima del hombro. Hay que romper este círculo de servidumbre que no 
descansa más que sobre la corrupción de ciertos elegidos.

Es el momento de un esfuerzo común. Es el momento de salir a las calles 
de nuevo, esta vez para votar y continuar el cambio, para crear nuestra 
sociedad a diario, más allá de los periodos electorales.

El diálogo sobre nuestros destinos no puede seguir haciéndose sin que 
estemos informados y sin que participemos activamente. El futuro de 
nuestro dinero y de nuestros empleos no puede volver a decidirse sin 
nosotros.

Luchamos por el derecho a saber, sin el cual el derecho a elegir nuestro 
destino y a votar, es simplemente una parodia sin sentido.

La información es la condición para nuestra libertad y nuestra dignidad.

Este es nuestro plan. Este es nuestro objetivo.

Hervé Falciani


Anunciamos que el próximo martes 29 habrá un encuentro abierto con Hervé 
Falciani en el chat de Público.es http://charlas.publico.es/

Por favor, ayúdanos a que este mensaje llegue a todas partes 
compartiendo en FB:

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Y en Twitter con el ht #FalcianiXEuropa

lunes, 21 de abril de 2014

Especulación y caciquismo


José Manuel Naredo  (25 de julio de 2009)
No puede haber cambio del modelo económico imperante sin corregir la marcada dimensión especulativa y caciquil que ha venido caracterizando a la economía española durante el pasado auge. ¿Por qué no ha mejorado sensiblemente la calidad de vida de la población cuando la economía española ha venido disfrutando de una financiación inusualmente barata y abundante? ¿Cuál ha sido el destino de esa financiación?


Una parte importante de la misma se invirtió en la compraventa de empresas y activos patrimoniales preexistentes como tarea mucho más prioritaria en la lucha por el poder y por la “creación de valor” de las grandes corporaciones que la de cuidar su propia actividad ordinaria, ligada a la venta de bienes o servicios. Las mismas empresas no financieras vinieron invirtiendo en adquirir activos financieros, más del doble de lo que destinaban a mejorar o ampliar sus infraestructuras y equipos, privilegiando así, la especulación frente a la fabricación de bienes o servicios, cada vez más subcontratada y precarizada. Las copiosas inyecciones de liquidez que se vienen practicando reanimarán, evidentemente, este juego especulativo si no se modifica el contexto que lo propicia.
Otra gran parte de la financiación ha venido alimentando la burbuja inmobiliario-financiera y la constelación de megaproyectos e infraestructuras generalmente asociados a ella. Una vez obtenidas las plusvalías de la recalificación de terrenos y/o los beneficios de la fase de construcción, suele evidenciarse el fiasco económico y el sinsentido de los megaproyectos, ahora subrayado por la crisis inmobiliaria. Numerosos exponentes de este proceder han venido desordenando el territorio al dictado de oligarquías político-empresariales que sembraban por doquier, con el apoyo del dinero público, parques temáticos, nuevas “ciudades” e infraestructuras, sin contar con las necesidades de la población ni con las vocaciones del territorio. Tal vez la operación denominada Reino de Don Quijote, en Ciudad Real, pase a la historia por haber contribuido a la bancarrota de Caja Castilla La Mancha, al forzarla, entre otras cosas, a financiar un ruinoso aeropuerto privado para que accedieran los ricos del mundo a jugar en el nuevo casino que servía de pretexto a la operación. Pero esto parece un juego de niños en comparación con la treintena de casinos y la megalópolis del juego que se pretendían instalar en el desierto de Los Monegros…
Afortunadamente la crisis vino a parar tamaños despropósitos. Pero, una vez pinchada la burbuja inmobiliaria, queda el negocio puro y duro de la construcción de infraestructuras inflado por el dinero público que fluye ahora con redobladas pretensiones anticíclicas, haciendo que la letra E de España avale las obras que sin ton ni son salpican el territorio. ¿Ha preguntado alguien a la ciudadanía cuáles son sus prioridades, antes de emprender un programa de este porte? No parece que así sea y, sin cambiar las reglas del juego, las nuevas inversiones seguirán alimentando la dimensión especulativa y caciquil de la economía española que nos ha llevado a la penosa situación actual.
Economista y estadístico

domingo, 20 de abril de 2014

Fritz the Cat-Full-the-movie

Qué es Complaciencia?

Complaciencia es el hecho y la acción de complacer

Además, complacencia suena fatal, y nos está gritando que es antinatural, para nuestros sentires, que se sienten maltrechos cuando tratamos de pronunciarla sin paladear sílaba por sílaba a la fuerza, para no caer en el atractor evolutivo, fluente, que lo hace mucho mejor con la "i", esa "i" que aparece (en) complaciente, pues se s("i")ente, y es que siempre he tenido la picá de que ciencia viene esactamente de sentir, scientia, esencia, lo que se siente se hulismea, olfactea, lo mas animal, lo invisible, y lo más refinado...

Nuestra simbiodiversa definición; Complaciencia: la Ciencia Complacer Compartiendo.

A continuación, lo que nos dice enternet: 


En la columna de la izquierda se listan palabras similares a "complaciencia" y palabras que incluyen "complaciencia" o algo similar en su significado.


No se pudo encontrar "complaciencia" en el diccionario de sinónimos sin embargo al revisar "complaciencia" o voces comparables se pudo ofrecer otros resultados de utilidad.
No es posible dar con la palabra "complaciencia" en el diccionario de antónimosaunque al revisar "complaciencia" o palabras equivalentes se logró presentar alternativas que pueden ser útiles.
No fue posible dar con el término "complaciencia" en el glosario de términos gauchescos y criollos de Argentina sin embargo buscando "complaciencia" o expresiones parecidas se logró exponer los listados que se presentan.
No es posible encontrar el término "complaciencia" en el glosario de lunfardo y giros de Argentina aunque al indagar "complaciencia" o partículas análogas se pudo brindar los listados que se presentan.
Imposible dar con "complaciencia" en el glosario de jergas y modismos de Argentina no obstante al revisar "complaciencia" o expresiones análogas se consiguió proponer alternativas que pueden ser útiles.