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|Экономическая теория Издательство Книга по Требованию|
The argument from anatomy (restricted as it is in a socially complex animal like ourselves) suggests that humans, with men just a little larger than women, have a history of mild polygamy intermediate between that of chimp and gorilla. Our own behaviour is flexible and often shifts (as in the recent change towards serial monogamy, constancy within a relationship but more than one relationship in a lifetime). There do seem to be some general rules. Strict monogamy is rare and, in most societies, most men have more than one mate during their lives. Polygamy (one male with several wives at once) is far more common than polyandry, the opposite pattern, although this exists in Tibet. In polygamous societies as a few men have many wives some must have none. There are hints of a more salacious past for humankind than that recorded in the modest difference in male and female size. In many mammals, the struggle between males does not stop at copulation. Sperm compere too. Often a female uses the sperm of the male she mated with last, which means that a successful sperm donor must ensure that no other male mates with her until the eggs arc fertilised ...
|A Consciousness Raising Health Literacy Project With ESL Speaking Immigrant Women Photonovels Through Critical Pedagogy.|
The women then created a participatory photonovel entitled From Junk Food to Healthy Eating:
|South Asian immigrant women’s experiences respect in cancer settings. South Asian Immigrant Women’s Perceptions of Respect within Health Professional–Client Relationships While Journeying through Cancer|
The need to be respected for ‘my social identity’ as an immigrant woman with cancer was woven throughout women’s stories, illustrated by their personal experiences and perspectives.
|What Do You Mean by Middle Eastern Community?. Arab Immigrant Women and their Narratives of Citizenship, Home and Belonging in Halifax, Nova Scotia|
By examining the gendered meanings and interactions which underpin discourses of family, community and citizenship in the womens lives, the author draws a diverse map of personal experiences of home and belonging in the Canadian and Maritime context.
|Surveillance Stories. Gestational Diabetes and the Intersection of Biomedicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Asian Immigrant Women in Edmonton|
Qualitative analysis of seven interviews demonstrates that the conceptualization of any health issue is a complex process that has implications for the delivery of health care in a culturally diverse community.
|"Talking Story". THE EVOLUTION OF THE MOTHER/DAUGHTER RELATIONSHIP IN 20TH CENTURY IMMIGRANT WOMEN’S WRITING|
In Bharati Mukherjee’s Jasmine, the main character reinvents the role of mother.
|Einfuehrung des Qualitaetsmanagementsystems "Best Health Austria" (BHA) in der Kuranstalt des Medizinischen Zentrums Bad Vigaun Implementierung eines QM-Systems.|
Darueber hinaus werden der Projektplan, die Prozessanalyse, der BHA-Kriterienkatalog und die Erarbeitungen der Kriterien durch die Mitarbeiter des Medizinischen Zentrums dargestellt.
|SOUTH ASIAN WOMEN’S EXPERIENCES FOLLOWING ABNORMAL PAP SMEAR RESULTS. Exploration of Canadian South Asian immigrant women's experiences and perceptions with the receipt of abnormal Pap Smears from the family physician.|
|Recomposing Life. Exploring Effective Academic Advising for Mature Immigrant Women|
While many immigrant women prioritize family needs and postpone their own desire to fulfill aspirations for higher education and a professional career, they never give up their dreams.
|The Body, Schooling, and the Discursive Constitution of Gendered and Classed Subjectivities Young Women, Health,.|
‘Obesity,’ ‘anorexia,’ and ‘at risk’ are all terms associated with young women’s health.
|Survival Songs. How Refugee and Immigrant Women Experienced Violence|
Individual interviews of approximately 2-1/2 hours were held with each participant.
|Lessons learned from Taiwan, and voices from within and without Language and literacy in lives of Southeast Asian immigrant women.|
It provides a multifaceted perspective by offering valuable insights into daily practices of biliteracy in lives of immigrant women and argues for a fundamental reconceptualization in immigrant women' s everyday biliteracy developments. This book will be of interest to a wide range of readers. It is particularly aimed at researchers, scholars, graduate students, university lecturers, educators, curriculum revisers, foreign/second language teachers for adult immigrant learners, language policy makers, and literacy planners. But it is also designed for advocates and social workers who attempt to ensure adequate language learning resources for immigrants. They are seeking for real solutions about challenges they face in language and literacy barriers. Immigrant women today represent mothers of citizens in many nations tomorrow. Southeast Asian immigrant women' s accounts challenge any complacency about current situation in Taiwan whereby we ignore the fact that biliteracy learning issue is a daily struggle for more than twenty thousands of them.
|A theory of 'Navigating Cultural Spaces'. The occupational processes of Indian immigrant women living in New Zealand|
This gives rise to the theory of Navigating Cultural Spaces which frames settlement as an ongoing and dynamic process.
|Case Study of Wedding, Berlin Production of Multicultural Space by Turkish Immigrants.|
Case study of a neighborhood of Berlin, which is Wedding, and a street in this neighborhood, Badstrasse, are used in order to illustrate this thesis of the study.
|Representations of Turkish Immigrants in Turkish-German Cinema. Tevfik Baser's 40 Square Meters of Germany and Fatih Akin's Head-On|
Since the mid-1990s, however, there has been a change in the portrayals of Turkish immigrants in a new wave of films made by young German-Turkish filmmakers challenging cultural stereotypes about Turks.
|Toxicoepidemiological Insights into PCB Metabolism and Human Health. A Great Lakes Cohort of Pregnant African American Women from Chicago, IL|
An association between PCB exposure and low birth weight was found.
|Dyeing From the Womb. The Health dilemma of Women and Children in Western Nigeria|
It therefore examines its interests from a diverse background.
|From emigration to immigration country The Development of Turkish Migration Policies.|
This work sets out a number of elements which can serve for further discussion on the issue of migration into, through, and from Turkey in particular, but also on the debate regarding Turkish accession to the EU and the process of EU enlargement.
|Health Disparities between Caucasian and African-American Women in the United States Exploring Differences in Breast Cancer Prognostic Factors.|
However, a unified effort from community leaders, public health educators, and clinical professionals to target underserved communities may improve mortality rates and create the social change necessary to eliminate breast cancer disparities between Caucasian and African-American women.
|Decision Making in Health Related Behaviors. A Comparison of Greek Women and American Women of Greek Descent|
This study explores the influence of culture as well as that of gender in relation to decision-making preferences in health related behaviors.
|Studies on Teleworking Women and Men Psychophysiological Aspects of Stress, Health and Well-being.|
Focusing on highly educated white-collar workers employed by the same organization, the aim of this work was to increase the understanding of psychophysiological activity in teleworking women and men and of positive psychological functioning, specifically psychological well-being and related physiological processes in effectively functioning, working individuals.