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Correction sequences and semiotic resources in ensemble music workshops: The case of Conduction®
The paper examines the phenomenon of correction of musical action by analysing ensemble music workshops devoted to Conduction®, a way of making music together on the basis of a codified gestural lexicon addressed by a ...
Die rätoromanischen Handschriften der Sammlung Böhmer im Berliner Bestand der Biblioteka Jagiellońska / Universitätsbibliothek Krakau
(Francke Verlag, 2011)
L’articolo descrive il destino della famosa biblioteca retoromanza di Eduard Böhmer (1827-1906) ed i manoscritti ivi contenuti, oggigiorno conservati nella biblioteca dell’Università Iagellonica di Cracovia. Per lungo ...
Dealing with bilingual corpora: Parts of speech distribution and bilingual patterns
This paper provides an account of a research project carried out on a multilingual corpus containing conversations that have been recorded in the bilingual region of South Tyrol, Italy. The study offers an analysis of its ...
A transcranial magnetic stimulation study on response activation and selection in spatial conflict
(Wiley: 12 months, 2014)
In choice reaction tasks, subjects typically respond faster when the relative spatial positions of stimulus and response correspond than when they do not, even when spatial information is irrelevant to the task (e.g. in ...
A cosa serve studiare i dialetti: Alcuni esempi sulla tipologia dei numerali
(Ethnorêma Association, 2011)
Recent revivals of local cultures and languages, as well as ideologically-loaded debates on the role of dialects at school usually ignore the fact that the scientific study of dialects and of closely related systems can ...
Les débuts du français à la Chancellerie royale: Analyse scriptologique des chartes de Philippe III (1270-1285)
(Societe de Linguistique Romane, 2013)
Beyond the pro and contra of evidence-based practice: Reflections on a recurring dilemma at the core of social work
(Social Work & Society, 2010)
Currently, social work is witnessing a quite polarized debate about what should be the basis for good practice. Simply stated, the different attempts to define the required basis for effective and accountable interventions ...