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Why Bion Field Theory?

-Contained and Field Theory. In Growth and turbulence in the container contained by Levine, H.B. and Brown L.J. Routledge, N.Y. FERRO, A. (2014). Viscere della mente. R. Cortina, Milano. FERRO, A., CIVITARESE, G., COLLOVA, M., FORESTI, G., MAZZACANE, F., MOLINARI, E., POLITI, P. (2007). Sognare l’analisi. Sviluppi clinici del pensiero di Bion. Bollati Boringhieri, Torino. FERRO, A., CIVITARESE, G., COLLOVA, M., FORESTI, G., MAZZACANE, F., MOLINARI, E., POLITI, P. (2011). Psicoanalisi in giallo. R. Cortina, Milano. FERRO, A., CIVITARESE, G

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Unified approach to the impulse response and green function in the circuit and field theory part II : multi–dimensional case

’. : Unified Approach to the Impulse Response and Green Function in the Circuit and Field Theory. I. One-dimensional case, J. Electrical Eng. 63 No. 5. [6] STRATTON, J. A. : Electromagnetic Theory, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1941.

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Topography of power relations in Slovak preschool sector based on Bourdieu’s field theory

, L. (2016). What is a global field? Theorizing fields beyond the nationstate. Sociological Review, 64 (2), 31-60. Draxler, J. (2017). Školám škodí najmä chaos [Schools harmed by chaos]. Pravda, Retrieved April 18, 2017, from Pravda website: https://nazory.pravda.sk/analyzy-apostrehy/clanok/426748-skolam-skodi-najma-chaos/ Ferrare, J. J., & Apple, M. W. (2015). Field theory and educational practice: Bourdieu and the pedagogic qualities of local field positions in educational contexts. Cambridge Journal of Education, 45 (1), 43

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Unified approach to the impulse response and green function in the circuit and field theory, part I: one–dimensional case

’. : Unified Approach to the Impulse Response and Green Function in the Circuit and Field Theory. Part II. Multi-dimensional case, J. Electrical Engineering, to appear.

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Mapping Sport for Development and Peace as Bourdieu’s Field

://www.righttoplay.ca/Learn/ourstory/Pages/Who-we-are.aspx Schnitzer, M., Stephenson Jr., M., Zanotti, L., & Stivachtis, Y. (2013). Theorizing the role of sport for development and peacebuilding. Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics, 16(5), 595–610. Schulenkorf, N., Sherry, E., & Rowe, K. (2016). Sport for development: An integrated literature review. Journal of Sport Management , 30(1), 22–39. Skille, E.Å. (2016). The Norwegian sporting field reconsidered – the application of Bourdieu’s field theory on a pluralistic and blurred world. European Journal for Sport and Society, 4(2), 103

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Person–Environment Analysis: A Framework for Participatory Holistic Research

References Alber, J. (2014). Partnerschaften nach Schlaganfall: Untersuchung zu Förderfaktoren und Barrieren im Rehabilitationsprozess . Oldenburg: BIS Verlag. Alber, J., & Schulze, G. C. (2015). Counselling of rehabilitants after stroke and their partners. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, 51 (32), 32–33. Burnes, B., & Cooke, B. (2013). Kurt Lewin’s field theory: A review and re-evaluation. International Journal of Management Reviews, 15 (4), 408–425. Cronshaw, S. F., & McCulloch, A. N. (2008). Reinstating the Lewinian vision: From

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Estimation of spatial variability of lignite mine dumping ground soil properties using CPTu results

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The paper deals with application of CPTu test results for the probabilistic modeling of dumping grounds. The statistical measures use results from 42 CPT test points located in the lignite mine dumping ground from the region of Central Europe. Both the tip resistance qc as well as local friction fs are tested. Based on the mean values and standard deviations of measured quantities the specific zones in the dumping site profile are distinguished. For three main zones standard deviations of linearly de-trended functions, distributions of normalized de-trended values for qc and fs are examined. Also the vertical scales of fluctuation for both measured quantities are estimated. The obtained result shows that lignite mine dumping site can be successfully described with the Random Field Theory. Additional use of fs values introduces supplementary statistical information.

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The Empire and the Egyptians
A Multi-disciplinary Approach to Global Journalism Studies

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This article explores how three different analytical approaches to texts may work together to a certain extent in a critical approach to journalistic representation, in this case of the “non-western” world. Focusing on short news items dealing with the nationalist uprising in Egypt in 1919, the texts are analysed using critical discourse analysis, but also inspired by Said’s Orientalism critique, Bourdieu’s field theory including the notion of journalism as an autonomous field, albeit with a weak autonomy.

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Literary Competence of Future Philology Teachers’ Professional Development (Based on the Educational Experience of Germany)

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The author performs a theoretical analysis of the educational experience in philology teachers’ professional training in Germany in the context of solving scientific problem of literary competence development. Internal and external factors of this process have been determined both by socio-political realities, economic, philosophical, cultural, psychological factors, and the dynamics of the literary process in developed countries, content diversity of literary studies, methodological, aesthetic, methodological factors of mastering literature process have been emphasized. Particular attention has been paid to designing strategies for studying modern literature based on Bourdieu’s theory providing a detailed understanding of specific contexts and holistic understanding of the literary field due to metadiscourse analysis. Through the use of empirical data the process of literary field theory establishing in the German literature study has been explained, attention has been focused on reviewing the G. Grass’ latest novel by literary critics under the influence of external and internal factors of literary process development that specifies educational process of literary competence development.

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Evaluation of Bearing Capacity of Strip Footing Using Random Layers Concept

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The paper deals with evaluation of bearing capacity of strip foundation on random purely cohesive soil. The approach proposed combines random field theory in the form of random layers with classical limit analysis and Monte Carlo simulation. For given realization of random the bearing capacity of strip footing is evaluated by employing the kinematic approach of yield design theory. The results in the form of histograms for both bearing capacity of footing as well as optimal depth of failure mechanism are obtained for different thickness of random layers. For zero and infinite thickness of random layer the values of depth of failure mechanism as well as bearing capacity assessment are derived in a closed form. Finally based on a sequence of Monte Carlo simulations the bearing capacity of strip footing corresponding to a certain probability of failure is estimated. While the mean value of the foundation bearing capacity increases with the thickness of the random layers, the ultimate load corresponding to a certain probability of failure appears to be a decreasing function of random layers thickness.

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