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  • [La crítica y la educación médica: hacia un conocimiento liberador. Parte I]. [Journal Article]
    Bol Med Hosp Infant Mex 2018; 75(6):327-337Viniegra-Velázquez L
  • This essay defines the current moment as a civilizatory collapse, consequence of the dominance of limitless profit interests, which has been possible due to the insensitivity and permissiveness of most of the population in the face of extreme social and ecosystemic degradations. In the background of such "anesthesia" there is the predominant education and its key role in the reproduction of preva…
  • A qualitative study of motivations for meditation in anthroposophic practitioners. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2018; 13(9):e0203184Sparby T, Ott U
  • Research on meditation is advancing, but few studies about the motivations of meditators exist. Additionally, many forms and traditions of meditation have yet to be investigated. This study addresses both of these issues by presenting an overview of different forms of motivations found in contemporary Anthroposophic meditation practice. 30 Anthroposophic meditators were interviewed about their me…
  • Autonomy and Authority in Public Research Organisations: Structure and Funding Factors. [Journal Article]
    Minerva 2018; 56(2):135-160Cruz-Castro L, Sanz-Menéndez L
  • This paper establishes a structural typology of the organisational configurations of public research organisations which vary in their relative internal sharing of authority between researchers and managers; we distinguish between autonomous, heteronomous and managed research organisations. We assume that there are at least two sources of legitimate authority within research organisations, one de…
  • Heteronomy in the arts field: state funding and British arts organizations. [Journal Article]
    Br J Sociol 2018; 69(1):23-43Alexander VD
  • For Bourdieu, the field of cultural production is comprised of an autonomous and a heteronomous sector. A heteronomous sector is one that is interpenetrated by the commercial field. I discuss an arena that, until recently, was part of the relatively autonomous sector in the field of cultural production - the supported arts sector in the United Kingdom - and argue that it became more heteronomous,…
  • Unravelling mummies: cryptic diversity, host specificity, trophic and coevolutionary interactions in psyllid - parasitoid food webs. [Journal Article]
    BMC Evol Biol 2017; 17(1):127Hall AAG, Steinbauer MJ, … Riegler M
  • CONCLUSIONS: We conclude that host specialisation, host codivergence and host switching are important factors driving the species diversity of endoparasitoid communities of specialist host herbivores. Specialisation in parasitoids can also result in heteronomous life histories that may be more common than appreciated. A host generalist strategy may be rare in endoparasitoids of specialist herbivores despite the high conservation of morphology and trophic roles, and endoparasitoid species richness is likely to be much higher than previously estimated. This also implies that the success of biological control requires detailed investigation to enable accurate identification of parasitoid-host interactions before candidate parasitoid species are selected as biological control agents for target pests.
  • [University and suicidal behavior: institutional response and actions, Bogotá 2004-2014]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Salud Publica (Bogota) 2017 Mar-Apr; 19(2):153-160Barrios-Acosta M, Ballesteros-Cabrera MDP, … Rodríguez-Melo CI
  • CONCLUSIONS: The consummate suicides of students have served the universities to reflect upon this problem, which has made more visible the problem of dehumanization in training, and the role of university well-being and health services. The appropriateness of inter-institutional and intersectoral networks, psychoeducation, co-responsibility, and the active participation of young people in the discussion and formulation of welfare-oriented approaches and programs are strong aspects that arise from this reflection.
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