Zukunftsoffenes Krankenhaus: Fakten, Leitlinien, Bausteine by Robert Wischer, Hans-Ulrich Riethmüller

By Robert Wischer, Hans-Ulrich Riethmüller

Der Fortschritt der Medizin und der Heilpraktiken verlangen eine weitestgehende Flexibilisierung in der Planung von Krankenhäusern. Dies zeigt die langjährige Erfahrung der beiden Autoren und versierten Spezialisten Professor Wischer als Architekt und Professor Riethmüller als Mediziner und Betriebsplaner für Krankenhäuser. Die Lebensdauer von Krankenhäusern beträgt 50 Jahre und mehr. Eine derartig in depth Nutzung erfordert einen entsprechend sorgfältigen planerischen Umgang, denn nur so kann ein hohes Nutzerniveau bei ständig wechselnden Anforderungen erhalten bleiben. Das Handbuch ist mit seinem systematischen Aufbau und inklusive etwa 50 internationalen Beispielen ein verlässlicher accomplice für Planer, Architekten, Ingenieure, Investoren, Mediziner und Krankenhausträger.

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Monasticism in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet by Ines Angeli Murzaku

By Ines Angeli Murzaku

This e-book appears to be like at japanese and Western monasticism’s non-stop and extensive interactions with society in japanese Europe, Russia and the previous Soviet Republics. It discusses the position monastics performed in fostering nationwide identities, in addition to the potentiality of monasteries and non secular orders to be automobiles of ecumenism and inter-religious discussion inside of and past nationwide limitations. utilizing a country-specific research, the e-book highlights the monastic culture and monastic institutions. It addresses gaps within the educational examine of faith in japanese ecu and Russian historiography and appears on the position of monasticism as a cultural and nationwide identification forming determinant within the sector.

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Rural Change and Sustainability: Agriculture, the by S J Essex, A W Gilg, Richard Yarwood

By S J Essex, A W Gilg, Richard Yarwood

This publication attracts upon chosen, revised and edited papers from a convention of rural geographers from the united kingdom, united states and Canada, held on the Universities of Plymouth and Exeter. It makes a speciality of rural areas, that are dealing with conflicting calls for, pressures and demanding situations, which themselves have far-reaching implications for rural area and society. issues that happen in the course of the publication comprise agricultural switch, environmental matters, rural groups, governance and globalization, and rural responses to these.

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Descriptive Meteorology by Hurd C. Willett, Frederick Sanders

By Hurd C. Willett, Frederick Sanders

Descriptive Meteorology, moment version describes the valuable climate phenomena. This ebook comprises 10 chapters. bankruptcy I discusses the composition and vertical quantity of the ambience. The adiabatic adjustments and vertical balance of the ambience are thought of in bankruptcy II, whereas the warmth stability of the ambience and saw temperature distribution are defined in bankruptcy III. The fourth bankruptcy elaborates the condensation procedures within the surroundings and their respective kinds. In bankruptcy V, the choice of wind pace and vertical distribution of winds within the surroundings are analyzed. The formation of attribute air lots within the normal move with the migratory varieties of cyclones, anticyclones, and tropical hurricanes and small-scale circulations which represent so much climate phenomena are coated in Chapters VI to IX. The final bankruptcy discusses the rules of climate forecasting and amendment and current customers for advances in meteorology. This variation is an efficient reference for meteorologists and school scholars accustomed to common physics and straightforward calculus.

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Gender in Amazonia and Melanesia: An Exploration of the by Thomas Gregor, Donald Tuzin

By Thomas Gregor, Donald Tuzin

One of the good riddles of cultural background is the awesome parallel that exists among the peoples of Amazonia and people of Melanesia. even if the 2 areas are separated via part a global in distance and no less than 40,000 years of historical past, their cultures still show outstanding similarities within the parts of intercourse and gender. In either Amazonia and Melanesia, male-female changes infuse social association and self-conception. they're the middle of faith, symbolism, and cosmology, they usually permeate rules approximately physique imagery, procreation, progress, men's cults, and rituals of initiation.

The individuals to this cutting edge quantity remove darkness from a number of the ways that intercourse and gender are elaborated, obsessed over, and internalized, shaping subjective reports universal to whole cultural areas, and past. via comparability of the lifestyles methods of Melanesia and Amazonia the authors extend the examine of gender, in addition to the comparative process in anthropology, in new and profitable directions.

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Dawn in Arctic Alaska by Diamond Jenness

By Diamond Jenness

"The Karluk had disappeared. even if the vessel had freed itself from the ice and steamed eastward, or even if, nonetheless imprisoned, it were carried via the ice westward, lets now not comprehend. at the least it used to be long past, leaving our looking celebration of six males marooned on a sandy islet surrounded by means of skinny ice and open water. The wind ultimately died away, within the calm air the water swiftly iced over another time, and on September 30 we crossed with our sleds to the mainland." In 1913 a tender ethnologist from New Zealand boarded a boat for the Arctic, starting a private trip that used to be to make Diamond Jenness one of many 20th century's finest gurus on Alaskan Eskimos. Jenness were requested to affix the Stefansson day trip, and his professional tasks have been to gather ethnographic info at the Eskimos—their tradition, know-how, faith, and social association. His account of the excursion was once released as humans of the Twilight in 1928, yet Jenness additionally saved a diary of his 3 years one of the Eskimos. He used to be finally persuaded to submit it as sunrise in Arctic Alaska. Predating the style of non-public ethnographies that has develop into so well known and critical this day, Jenness's stories mixture his willing observations of the Arctic and its individuals with his personal reflections and sensory stories. He expresses nice adimiration for the customs and personality of the Eskimos and nice remorse and unhappiness over the destruction in their lifeway via touch with white males.

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