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Search results for 'Herdis Alvsvåg' (try it on Scholar)

  1. Kirsten Schou, Herdis Alvsvåg, Gunnhild Blåka & Eva Gjengedal (2008). The (Dis)Appearance of the Dying Patient in Generalist Hospital and Care Home Nurses' Talk About the Patient. Nursing Philosophy 9 (4):233-247.score: 240.0
    Abstract This article explores interview data from a study of 50 Norwegian generalist nurses' focus group accounts of caring for dying patients in the hospital and care home. An eclectic discourse analytic approach was applied to nurses' accounts of the patient and three discursive contexts of reference to the patient were identified: the 'taken as read' patient, the patient paired with particular characteristics and the patient as psychologically present. Talk about the patient falls mainly into the first two contexts, which (...)
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  2. Rachel Herdy (2009). Habermas, pragmatismo e direito. Kriterion 50 (119):43-61.score: 1.0
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  3. Paul Kiparsky, Sievers' Law as Prosodic Optimization.score: 1.0
    1. Germanic prosody. The early Germanic languages are characterized by fixed initial stress, free quantity, and a preference for moraic trochees, left-headed bimoraic feet consisting either of two light syllables (LL) or of one heavy syllable (H).1 The two-mora foot template places indirect constraints on syllable structure, by making it hard to accommodate three-mora syllables, as well as one-mora syllables in contexts where they cannot join another one-mora syllable to form a two-mora trochee. Syllable structure is also constrained more directly (...)
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