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    Authors: Navarrete Muñoz, Claudio Manolo;

    El presente trabajo de fin de Master se enfoca en la creación de una unidad didáctica que tiene como tema central la lengua kichwa y Tsafiqui, el género discursivo elegido para desarrollar la unidad es la exposición oral, con ello se busca mejorar dos aspectos, en primer lugar valorar las lenguas originarias así como su impacto social y mejorar las intervenciones expositivas de los estudiantes del colegio nacional San José de Minas, ubicado en la Provincia de Pichincha, cantón Quito. La elección del tema central responde a los resultados obtenidos en la encuesta aplicada a la comunidad educativa del colegio. El desarrollo de las actividades permitió mejorar las habilidades orales y escritas de los alumnos, también se pudo implementar las estrategias aprendidas a lo largo del proceso de formación del Master, conocimientos valiosos que han mejorado la realidad y calidad de nuestras clases, siendo los estudiantes los principales beneficiarios The present work of end of Master is focused on the creation of a didactic unit that has as central theme the language Kichwa and Tsafiqui, the discursive genre chosen to develop the unit is the oral exposure, with it seeks to improve two aspects, in the first place To evaluate the native languages as well as their social impact and to improve the expository interventions of the students of the National college San José de Minas, located in the province of Pichincha, Canton Quito. The choice of the central theme responds to the results obtained in the survey applied to the school's educational community. The development of the activities allowed to improve the oral and written skills of the students, also it was possible to implement the strategies learned during the process of formation of the Master, valuable knowledge that have improved the reality and quality of Our classes, the students being the main beneficiaries. Azogues Magister En Educación Mención En Enseñanza De La Lengua y Literatura

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    Authors: Luna, Claudia Verónica;

    Fil: Luna, Claudia Verónica. Universidad Nacional del Nordeste. Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias; Argentina. Fil: Luna, Claudia Verónica. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas. Instituto de Botánica del Nordeste; Argentina. Los pueblos originarios tienen reconocidos, en el sistema legal de la República Argentina, sus derechos de propiedad sobre los territorios que tradicionalmente ocupan. A pesar de ello, se advierte una profunda diferencia entre la normativa y el goce y ejercicio efectivo de sus derechos. El objetivo de este trabajo es poner en conocimiento la situación actual de los pueblos originarios de la República Argentina, la relación entre el Estado, el sector privado y las comunidades indígenas; la intervención del Estado ante las denuncias por manejo irresponsable de los recursos forestales y las problemáticas que presentan con respecto a la transformación sufrida por los bosques nativos correspondientes para que se tome conciencia de un tema que ha ocasionado pérdidas irreparables de sus bienes naturales, culturales e históricos. En este contexto es un hecho que, para las comunidades indígenas que habitan los bosques nativos, los cambios tecnológicos de la sociedad industrial y las incursiones de los actores de la economía de mercado requieren de un continuo ajuste para poder sobrevivir. La limitada capacidad de adecuación a las demandas de la sociedad no-indígena hace que los cambios les afecten de forma especial. Por ello estos grupos se encuentran en una encrucijada que se ha agravado rápidamente por los cambios dramáticos de su medio ambiente durante los últimos años: la pérdida de la diversidad biológica erosiona su base material de sobrevivencia y la pérdida de tradiciones culturales debilita su base de valores y sus estructuras sociales. The native peoples have recognized, in the legal system of the Argentine Republic, their property rights over the territories they traditionally occupy. Despite this, there is a profound difference between the regulations and the effective enjoyment and exercise of their rights. The objective of this work is to bring to light the following aspects: the current situation of the native peoples in Argentine Republic; the relationship between the State, the private sector and the indigenous communities; the intervention of the State in the face of complaints of irresponsible management of forest resources and the problems raised with regard to the transformation suffered by the corresponding native forests in order to raise awareness of an issue that has caused irreparable losses of natural, cultural and historical assets of the indigenous peoples. In this context, it is a fact that, for the indigenous communities that inhabit the native forests, the technological changes of the industrial society and the incursions of the actors of the market economy require a continuous adjustment in order to survive. The limited capacity to adapt to the demands of the non-indigenous society makes the changes affect the native communities in a special way. That is why these groups are at a crossroad that has worsened rapidly by the dramatic changes of their environment in recent years: the loss of biological diversity erodes their material base for survival, and the loss of cultural traditions weakens their base of values and social structures.

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    Revista Latinoamericana de Derechos Humanos
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    Authors: Risaw Walis;

    Since the advent of the vernacular Bibles for the Taiwan Indigenous Peoples (TIP), the TIP Christians are privileged to read and hear the Word of God in their ‘ancestral tones’ with familiarity and attachment. Sediq people, the nation the author belongs to, have also been privileged from the publication of the vernacular Bible. Most Sediq people are welcoming this vernacular Bible and feel blessed to use their ancestor’s language to communicate with God. However, the scarcely discussed issues are that the biblical reading and interpretive approaches employed by the Sediq people are distinctive. Namely, Sediq people’s vernacular involves Sediq’s cultural resources-philology, traditional narratives, traditional stories, cultural meanings, traditional philosophies and worldviews-into the interaction with the contents and stories of the vernacular Bible. This paper argues the significance of embracing vernacular as a foundation for biblical reading, how this acceptance shifts the role of the vernacular Bible and how this approach contributes to the contextual, decolonial and postcolonial reflections on the TIP’s land issues by reading 1 Kings 21:3, one of the verses that resonating TIP’s ancestral and cultural wisdom. Keywords: Sediq People, Taiwan Indigenous Peoples, land issues, ancestral philosophies

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    Journal of Mother-Tongue Biblical Hermeneutics and Theology
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    Authors: Candeias, Pedro; Malheiros, Jorge; Marques, José Carlos Laranjo; Liberato, Ermelinda;

    AbstractOutflows to the Portuguese-speaking countries, although not dominant, played an important role in the growth of Portuguese emigration during the economic recession and austerity period, between 2010 and 2016. This chapter examines this migration process, considering that contemporary migration from Portugal to Angola is an example of reverse post-colonial migration within the framework of North-South movements.It presents the historical and socio-demographic background of Angola and some theoretical insights on the issue of North-South migration. The analyses of the migration process and the emigrants’ profiles rely in statistics and academic literature but especially on data gathered in a direct survey. Attention is given to indicators of integration, relations with Portugal and the post-colonial nature of the process. The profile of Portuguese in Angola shows an overrepresentation of highly skilled males over 35 years old, which migrated for professional reasons and sustain relations with Portugal through diverse transnational practices. This supports explanations for the emergence of North-South migration by appeal to economic expansion associated to the increasing insertion of several developing countries into global networks. However, the analysis fails to back up the hypothesis that Portuguese emigration to Angola is a form of reverse post-colonial migration based in ancestral return.

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    Authors: Francisco J. Ruiz-Dueñas; José María Barrasa; Marisol Sánchez-García; Susana Camarero; +32 Authors

    As actors of global carbon cycle, Agaricomycetes (Basidiomycota) have developed complex enzymatic machineries that allow them to decompose all plant polymers, including lignin. Among them, saprotrophic Agaricales are characterized by an unparalleled diversity of habitats and lifestyles. Comparative analysis of 52 Agaricomycetes genomes (14 of them sequenced de novo) reveals that Agaricales possess a large diversity of hydrolytic and oxidative enzymes for lignocellulose decay. Based on the gene families with the predicted highest evolutionary rates -namely cellulose-binding CBM1, glycoside hydrolase GH43, lytic polysaccharide monooxygenase AA9, class-II peroxidases, glucose-methanol-choline oxidase/dehydrogenases, laccases, and unspecific peroxygenases- we reconstructed the lifestyles of the ancestors that led to the extant lignocellulose-decomposing Agaricomycetes. The changes in the enzymatic toolkit of ancestral Agaricales are correlated with the evolution of their ability to grow not only on wood but also on leaf-litter and decayed wood, with grass-litter decomposers as the most recent eco-physiological group. In this context, the above families were analyzed in detail in connection with lifestyle diversity. Peroxidases appear as a central component of the enzymatic toolkit of saprotrophic Agaricomycetes, consistent with their essential role in lignin degradation and high evolutionary rates. This includes not only expansions/losses in peroxidase genes common to other basidiomycetes, but also the widespread presence in Agaricales (and Russulales) of new peroxidases types not found in wood-rotting Polyporales, and other Agaricomycetes orders. Therefore, we analyzed the peroxidase evolution in Agaricomycetes by ancestral-sequence reconstruction revealing several major evolutionary pathways, and mapped the appearance of the different enzyme types in a time-calibrated species tree. This work was supported by the Spanish Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness (BIO2017-86559-R to F.J.R.-D., S.C. and A.T.M., BIO2015-7369-JIN to J.B, and AGL2014-55971-R to A.G.P and L.R., projects cofinanced by FEDER funds); National Science Foundation (grant 1457721 to D.C.); Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (CEFOX 031B0831B to H.K.); Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (Biodiversity-Exploratories BLD-MFD-HZG III, KE 1742/2-1 to H.K.); Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (PIE-201620E081 to A.T.M.); and the Laboratory of Excellence ARBRE (ANR-11-LABX-0002-01), the Region Lorraine, the European Regional Development Fund, and the Plant–Microbe Interfaces Scientific Focus Area in the Genomic Science Program, U.S. DOE Office of Science to F.M. The work conducted by the JGI, a DOE Office of Science User Facility, is supported by the Office of Science of the U.S. DOE under contract DE-AC02-05CH11231. Peer reviewed 19 p.-6 fig.

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    Authors: Julius M. Gathogo;

    Some historians have always erred in ignoring oral history methods, as it is always assumed wrongly that the only reliable and trustworthy source of history is the written word. The aim of this article is to underscore the nature and significance of oral histories, which rely on the memory of the narrators. In the case of both Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s and Wole Soyinka’s literary works, their respective childhood experiences are well captured, as they employ both the use of postcolonial and autobiography theories in their theoretical frameworks. In its methodology, this article relied heavily on extensive literature review, oral interviews and archival sources. In seeking to demonstrate the significance of oral history for the preservation of memory and for the writing of history in Africa, the author intends to build from both the above literary works and other theohistorical materials so as to convey the message that the methodology used in chronicling East African oral history, the history of Christian doctrines, Church history or social histories will require us to go beyond postcolonial theory and the theory of autobiography in order to harvest the rich and forward-moving historiographies that remain unexplored and/or unpublished altogether. Contribution: Memory as a critical tool that moves humanity forward is the main subject of this article. The article is relevant to the journal HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies and the world of scholarship as it undertakes a multidisciplinary approach in engaging literary works with theo-historical works in order to build the case for oral techniques in modern scholarship.

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    Authors: Wagner, Sarah T; Isnard, Sandrine; Rowe, Nick P; Samain, Marie-Stéphanie; +2 Authors

    • Premise of the study: A large range of growth forms is a notable aspect of angiosperm diversity and arguably a key element of their success. However, few studies within a phylogenetic context have explored how anatomical, developmental, and biomechanical traits are linked with growth form evolution. Aristolochia (∼500 species) consists predominantly of climbers, but a handful of shrub‐like species are known from Aristolochia subgenus Isotrema (hereafter, shortened to Isotrema). We test hypotheses proposing that the establishment of functional traits linked to lianescence might limit the ability to evolve structurally diverse growth forms, particularly self‐supporting forms.• Methods: We focus on the origin of the shrub habit in Isotrema, from which we sampled representatives from climbing to self‐supporting forms. Morphological, anatomical, and biomechanical characters are optimized on a chloroplast‐ and nuclear‐derived phylogeny.• Key results: Character‐state reconstructions revealed that the climbing habit is plesiomorphic in Isotrema and shrub‐like forms are derived from climbers. However, shrubs do not constitute a monophyletic group. Both shrubs and climbers show large multiseriate rays, but differ in terms of vessel size and proportion of fibers and soft tissues.• Conclusion: We suggest that while shrub‐like species might have partly escaped from the constraints of life as lianas; their height size and stability are not typical of self‐supporting shrubs and trees. Shrubs retained lianoid stem characters that are known to promote flexibility such as ray parenchyma. The transitions to a shrub‐like form likely involved relatively simple, developmental changes that may be attributed to heterochronic processes.

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    Authors: Zhang, Jiji;

    AbstractCausal discovery becomes especially challenging when the possibility of latent confounding and/or selection bias is not assumed away. For this task, ancestral graph models are particularly useful in that they can represent the presence of latent confounding and selection effect, without explicitly invoking unobserved variables. Based on the machinery of ancestral graphs, there is a provably sound causal discovery algorithm, known as the FCI algorithm, that allows the possibility of latent confounders and selection bias. However, the orientation rules used in the algorithm are not complete. In this paper, we provide additional orientation rules, augmented by which the FCI algorithm is shown to be complete, in the sense that it can, under standard assumptions, discover all aspects of the causal structure that are uniquely determined by facts of probabilistic dependence and independence. The result is useful for developing any causal discovery and reasoning system based on ancestral graph models.

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    Authors: Martine C E van der Zeijst; Wim Veling; Elliot Mqansa Makhathini; Sisanda Mtshemla; +6 Authors

    Sociocultural context seems to influence the epidemiology, phenotype, treatment, and course of psychosis. However, data from low- and middle-income countries is sparse. This research is part of a multidisciplinary and multimethod study on possible mental disturbances, including hallucinations, among (apprentice) traditional health practitioners (THPs) who have experienced the “ancestral calling to become a THP” in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The aim of the current article is to examine whether the calling-related experiences can be assessed according to a psychiatric taxonomy. We included individuals who were identified with the calling and who were undergoing training to become a THP ( ukuthwasa). IsiZulu-speaking formal mental health practitioners conducted thorough psychiatric interviews that measured psychological experiences with and without distress using the Community Assessment of Psychic Experiences, and psychiatric symptoms and disorders using the Schedule for Clinical Assessment in Neuropsychiatry. Of the 48 individuals who participated, 92% had psychotic experiences (PE), causing distress in 75%; and 23% met DSM-5 criteria for an unspecified psychotic disorder (15%) or mood disorder (8%). In conclusion, in rural KwaZulu-Natal, the ancestral calling may resemble phenomena that psychiatry would understand in the context of psychosis, ranging from subclinical PE to clinical psychotic disorder. Ukuthwasa might have a beneficial influence on the course of psychotic symptoms in some individuals, potentially because it reduces stigma and promotes recovery. Further multidisciplinary research is needed to investigate the psychopathology of the apprentice THPs and the underlying processes of ukuthwasa.

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    Authors: Vialette-Guiraud, A. C.; Andres-Robin, A.; Chambrier, P.; Tavares, R.; +1 Authors

    International audience; We provide an overview of methods and workflows that can be used to investigate the topologies of Gene Regulatory Networks (GRNs) in the context of plant evolutionary-developmental (evo-devo) biology. Many of the species that occupy key positions in plant phylogeny are poorly adapted as laboratory models and so we focus here on techniques that can be efficiently applied to both model and non-model species of interest to plant evo-devo. We outline methods that can be used to describe gene expression patterns and also to elucidate the transcriptional, post-transcriptional, and epigenetic regulatory mechanisms underlying these patterns, in any plant species with a sequenced genome. We furthermore describe how the technique of Protein Resurrection can be used to confirm inferences on ancestral GRNs and also to provide otherwise-inaccessible points of reference in evolutionary histories by exploiting paralogues generated in gene and whole genome duplication events. Finally, we argue for the better integration of molecular data with information from paleobotanical, paleoecological, and paleogeographical studies to provide the fullest possible picture of the processes that have shaped the evolution of plant development.

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    Authors: Navarrete Muñoz, Claudio Manolo;

    El presente trabajo de fin de Master se enfoca en la creación de una unidad didáctica que tiene como tema central la lengua kichwa y Tsafiqui, el género discursivo elegido para desarrollar la unidad es la exposición oral, con ello se busca mejorar dos aspectos, en primer lugar valorar las lenguas originarias así como su impacto social y mejorar las intervenciones expositivas de los estudiantes del colegio nacional San José de Minas, ubicado en la Provincia de Pichincha, cantón Quito. La elección del tema central responde a los resultados obtenidos en la encuesta aplicada a la comunidad educativa del colegio. El desarrollo de las actividades permitió mejorar las habilidades orales y escritas de los alumnos, también se pudo implementar las estrategias aprendidas a lo largo del proceso de formación del Master, conocimientos valiosos que han mejorado la realidad y calidad de nuestras clases, siendo los estudiantes los principales beneficiarios The present work of end of Master is focused on the creation of a didactic unit that has as central theme the language Kichwa and Tsafiqui, the discursive genre chosen to develop the unit is the oral exposure, with it seeks to improve two aspects, in the first place To evaluate the native languages as well as their social impact and to improve the expository interventions of the students of the National college San José de Minas, located in the province of Pichincha, Canton Quito. The choice of the central theme responds to the results obtained in the survey applied to the school's educational community. The development of the activities allowed to improve the oral and written skills of the students, also it was possible to implement the strategies learned during the process of formation of the Master, valuable knowledge that have improved the reality and quality of Our classes, the students being the main beneficiaries. Azogues Magister En Educación Mención En Enseñanza De La Lengua y Literatura

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    Authors: Luna, Claudia Verónica;

    Fil: Luna, Claudia Verónica. Universidad Nacional del Nordeste. Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias; Argentina. Fil: Luna, Claudia Verónica. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas. Instituto de Botánica del Nordeste; Argentina. Los pueblos originarios tienen reconocidos, en el sistema legal de la República Argentina, sus derechos de propiedad sobre los territorios que tradicionalmente ocupan. A pesar de ello, se advierte una profunda diferencia entre la normativa y el goce y ejercicio efectivo de sus derechos. El objetivo de este trabajo es poner en conocimiento la situación actual de los pueblos originarios de la República Argentina, la relación entre el Estado, el sector privado y las comunidades indígenas; la intervención del Estado ante las denuncias por manejo irresponsable de los recursos forestales y las problemáticas que presentan con respecto a la transformación sufrida por los bosques nativos correspondientes para que se tome conciencia de un tema que ha ocasionado pérdidas irreparables de sus bienes naturales, culturales e históricos. En este contexto es un hecho que, para las comunidades indígenas que habitan los bosques nativos, los cambios tecnológicos de la sociedad industrial y las incursiones de los actores de la economía de mercado requieren de un continuo ajuste para poder sobrevivir. La limitada capacidad de adecuación a las demandas de la sociedad no-indígena hace que los cambios les afecten de forma especial. Por ello estos grupos se encuentran en una encrucijada que se ha agravado rápidamente por los cambios dramáticos de su medio ambiente durante los últimos años: la pérdida de la diversidad biológica erosiona su base material de sobrevivencia y la pérdida de tradiciones culturales debilita su base de valores y sus estructuras sociales. The native peoples have recognized, in the legal system of the Argentine Republic, their property rights over the territories they traditionally occupy. Despite this, there is a profound difference between the regulations and the effective enjoyment and exercise of their rights. The objective of this work is to bring to light the following aspects: the current situation of the native peoples in Argentine Republic; the relationship between the State, the private sector and the indigenous communities; the intervention of the State in the face of complaints of irresponsible management of forest resources and the problems raised with regard to the transformation suffered by the corresponding native forests in order to raise awareness of an issue that has caused irreparable losses of natural, cultural and historical assets of the indigenous peoples. In this context, it is a fact that, for the indigenous communities that inhabit the native forests, the technological changes of the industrial society and the incursions of the actors of the market economy require a continuous adjustment in order to survive. The limited capacity to adapt to the demands of the non-indigenous society makes the changes affect the native communities in a special way. That is why these groups are at a crossroad that has worsened rapidly by the dramatic changes of their environment in recent years: the loss of biological diversity erodes their material base for survival, and the loss of cultural traditions weakens their base of values and social structures.

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    Revista Latinoamericana de Derechos Humanos
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    Authors: Risaw Walis;

    Since the advent of the vernacular Bibles for the Taiwan Indigenous Peoples (TIP), the TIP Christians are privileged to read and hear the Word of God in their ‘ancestral tones’ with familiarity and attachment. Sediq people, the nation the author belongs to, have also been privileged from the publication of the vernacular Bible. Most Sediq people are welcoming this vernacular Bible and feel blessed to use their ancestor’s language to communicate with God. However, the scarcely discussed issues are that the biblical reading and interpretive approaches employed by the Sediq people are distinctive. Namely, Sediq people’s vernacular involves Sediq’s cultural resources-philology, traditional narratives, traditional stories, cultural meanings, traditional philosophies and worldviews-into the interaction with the contents and stories of the vernacular Bible. This paper argues the significance of embracing vernacular as a foundation for biblical reading, how this acceptance shifts the role of the vernacular Bible and how this approach contributes to the contextual, decolonial and postcolonial reflections on the TIP’s land issues by reading 1 Kings 21:3, one of the verses that resonating TIP’s ancestral and cultural wisdom. Keywords: Sediq People, Taiwan Indigenous Peoples, land issues, ancestral philosophies

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