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Articles from Springer a leading global scientific publisher of scientific books and journals. - siblingship @ Wed, 18 Sep 2019 at 07:31 AM
These results indicate relatively large support among healthcare professionals in Sweden for the legalisation of embryo donation. In order to provide adequate healthcare to families following embryo donation, there is a need to develop educational resources to increase knowledge about the medical and psychosocial consequences of embryo donation among healthcare professionals working in primary healthcare.
 
A few decades after the collapse of the Avar Khaganate (c. 822 AD), Hungarian invaders conquered the Carpathian Basin (c. 862–895 AD). The first Hungarian ruling dynasty, the Árpáds played an important role in European history during the Middle Ages. King Béla III (1172–1196) was one of the most significant rulers of the dynasty. He also consolidated Hungarian dominance over the Northern Balkans. The provostry church of the Virgin Mary (commonly known as the Royal Basilica of Székesfehérvár) played a prominent role as a coronation church and burial place of medieval Hungarian kings. The basilica’s building and graves had been destroyed over the centuries. The only royal graves that remained intact were those of King Béla III and his first spouse, Anna of Antioch. These graves were discovered in 1848. We defined the autosomal STR (short tandem repeat) fingerprints of the royal couple and eight additional individuals (two females and six males) found in the Royal Basilica. These results revealed no evidence of first-degree relationship between any of the investigated individuals. Y-chromosomal STR profiles were also established for all the male skeletons. Based upon the Y-chromosomal data, one male skeleton showed an obvious patrilineal relationship to King Béla III. A database search uncovered an existing Y-chromosomal haplotype, which had a single-repeat difference compared to that of King Béla. It was discovered in a person living in an area close to Hungary. This current male line is probably related paternally to the Árpád Dynasty. The control region of the mitochondrial DNA was determined in the royal couple and in the remains of the inferred relative. The mitochondrial results excluded sibling relationship between the King and the patrilineal relative. In summary, we successfully defined a Y-chromosomal profile of King Béla III, which can serve as a reference for the identification of further remains and disputed living descendants of the Árpád Dynasty. Among the examined skeletons, we discovered an Árpád member, whose exact affiliation, however, has not yet been established.
 
These findings enhance understanding of how mothers’ experiences as siblings may have a role in their children’s sibling relationships.
 
As the number of medical and health humanities degree programs in the United States rapidly increases (Berry, Lamb and Jones 2016, 2017), it is especially timely to consider the range of specific disciplinary (and multidisciplinary) perspectives that might benefit students enrolled in these programs. This paper discusses the inclusion of one such perspective from the field of Science and Technology Studies (STS.) The author asserts that STS benefits students in the medical and health humanities in four particular ways, by: (1) challenging the “progress narrative” around the advancement of biomedicine as scientific practice, (2) evaluating the meaning of technology, especially in how technology orients us towards sickness and how health technology is in turn shaped by social and cultural values, (3) assessing the plurality of biomedical epistemologies, rather than assuming biomedicine is one, cohesive body of knowledge that does not differ across contexts, and (4) critiquing bias in biomedical practice and science, especially in the marginalization of women’s voices and in the racial and postcolonial trajectories of contemporary biomedicine. The paper discusses the theoretical importance of these four trajectories to the medical and health humanities, as well as the venues for inclusion of STS within coursework and programming at Case Western Reserve University. The paper also comments on how programming at other institutions might be adapted to incorporate STS scholarship. By drawing on numerous examples of research in the anthropology, sociology, history, and the philosophy of science, this article seeks to open a conversation about the value of science and technology studies to health humanities pedagogy.
 
‘Unaccompanied’ Minors? Accompanied Foreign Minors, Families and New Technologies - Journal of International Migration and Integration @ 2019-02-15
This work aims to make apparent the importance of family, throughout the life trajectories of a group of young people whose very juridical designation—unaccompanied foreign minors—seems to preclude the possibility of recognising and appreciating such importance. Here, we present the results of an ethnographic and participatory research with ‘unaccompanied’ foreign minors in Bizkaia (Spain). By using our chosen methodology, we were able to understand how, with their currently transitory lifestyles as children in care, they fulfil their own social, emotional and identity needs, needs that the Social Care System alone is unable to meet. This study also shows how digital media cross all the social relations of these children. Digital media become an essential methodological tool for studying the daily life of young migrants.
 
The Sibling Relationship in Ecocultural Context - Children’s Social Worlds in Cultural Context @ 2019-01-01
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The Sibling Relationship in Ecocultural Context - Children’s Social Worlds in Cultural Context @ 2019-01-01
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The Sibling Relationship in Ecocultural Context - Children’s Social Worlds in Cultural Context @ 2019-01-01
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The Sibling Relationship in Ecocultural Context - Children’s Social Worlds in Cultural Context @ 2019-01-01
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The Sibling Relationship in Ecocultural Context - Children’s Social Worlds in Cultural Context @ 2019-01-01
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The Sibling Relationship in Ecocultural Context - Children’s Social Worlds in Cultural Context @ 2019-01-01
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The Sibling Relationship in Ecocultural Context - Children’s Social Worlds in Cultural Context @ 2019-01-01
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The Sibling Relationship in Ecocultural Context - Children’s Social Worlds in Cultural Context @ 2019-01-01
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The Sibling Relationship in Ecocultural Context - Children’s Social Worlds in Cultural Context @ 2019-01-01
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The Sibling Relationship in Ecocultural Context - Children’s Social Worlds in Cultural Context @ 2019-01-01
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The Sibling Relationship in Ecocultural Context - Children’s Social Worlds in Cultural Context @ 2019-01-01
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23 Anthropological Demography - Handbook of Population @ 2019-01-01
Aware of significant theoretical and methodological limitations of mainstream demographic research, demographers have seen in sociocultural anthropology a potential source of enriching their work. As this chapter shows, anthropologists have long been interested in core demographic topics, yet many work on these topics with little reference to the demographic literature. After discussing the theoretical and methodological reasons why demographers have looked to anthropology, including both the concept of culture and the value of participant observation fieldwork, this chapter surveys the major work by anthropologists on demographic issues. Special attention is given to recent anthropological work on reproduction, marriage, mortality and migration.
 
A Cousin, a Mujahid, a Terrorist - The Faceless Terrorist @ 2019-01-01
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A Cousin, a Mujahid, a Terrorist - The Faceless Terrorist @ 2019-01-01
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Siblings of Individuals with ASD - Autism in Adulthood @ 2019-01-01
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Siblings of Individuals with ASD - Autism in Adulthood @ 2019-01-01
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Siblings of Individuals with ASD - Autism in Adulthood @ 2019-01-01
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Siblings of Individuals with ASD - Autism in Adulthood @ 2019-01-01
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Siblings of Individuals with ASD - Autism in Adulthood @ 2019-01-01
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Siblings of Individuals with ASD - Autism in Adulthood @ 2019-01-01
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Siblings of Individuals with ASD - Autism in Adulthood @ 2019-01-01
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Siblings of Individuals with ASD - Autism in Adulthood @ 2019-01-01
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Prior research on the sibling relationship in the context of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has included only one sibling per family. We used multi-level modeling to examine aspects of the sibling relationship in 207 adults who have a brother or sister with ASD from 125 families, investigating variability in sibling relationship quality and pessimism within and between families. We found that there was greater variability in aspects of the sibling relationship with the brother or sister with ASD within families than between families. Sibling individual-level factors were associated with positive affect in the sibling relationship, while family-level factors were associated with the sibling’s pessimism about their brother or sister’s future. The findings illustrate the unique experiences of siblings within families.
 
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