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  • Publication . Book . 2022
    Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Jollet, Étienne;
    Publisher: Éditions de la Sorbonne

    « Fond » : en français, comme dans la plupart des langues européennes (« ground », « Grund », « grond », « fondo », « fundo »), on note l’association dans un même terme d’une acception topographique et d’une valeur causale. Qu’est-ce que se joue dans cette association ? On peut considérer qu’il s’agit d’un simple effet de métaphore. Il y aurait ainsi le fond comme arrière-plan, désignant quelque chose de concret, de visible, participant d’une logique d’organisation dominante de la représentat...

  • Publication . Article . 1876
    Authors: 
    C. A. Ward;
    Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP)
  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Haibo Peng; Yongtao Zhao; Rui Cheng; Yuyu Wang; Xianming Zhou; Yuanbo Sun;
    Publisher: IOP Publishing

    Electron capture of Xe20+ ions from the N2 molecules in a gas cell was measured. A parallel plate and a position sensitive detector were combined to distinguish Xe ions with different charge states. The cross section of single and double electron capture were deduced.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Andrés Godoy-Toro; Juan Carlos Loaiza-Usuga; Carlos Monsalve-Marín; Marion Weber-Scharff; Carlos Alberto Torres-Guerrero;
    Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2019
    Authors: 
    Manuela E. B. Giolfo; Kees Versteegh;
    Publisher: BRILL
  • Authors: 
    Maurice Bloomfield;
    Publisher: JSTOR
  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Emily Bell; Claire Wood;
    Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
  • Authors: 
    Barbora Andor Tóthová; Miriam Šebová;
    Publisher: Masaryk University Press

    The paper is focused on the role of cinemas in culture-led urban regeneration, their potential in the process of place-making and community building. Existing research has shown that there is a link between social and spatial identities based on small town cinemas and that community needs to be at the centre of the regeneration process for it to be sustainable. The paper follows the debate with its objective being to explore this link using a mixed method approach based on a case study. The case study deals with a local community cinema project located in the centre of Košice, Slovakia. It started the process of cinema restoration in 2015 and reflected the collective aspirations of urban inhabitants for the cinema’s survival. The findings conclude that the cinema is an active social actor and cultural asset in the neighbourhood and contributes to the development of a vital and inclusive community. On the other hand, it opens up the debate on the Slovak Audiovisual policies and cinema situation across Slovak districts as potential for further research.

  • Authors: 
    Edwin B. Knowles;
    Publisher: JSTOR
  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Tristan Martin;
    Publisher: SAGE Publications
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  • Publication . Book . 2022
    Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Jollet, Étienne;
    Publisher: Éditions de la Sorbonne

    « Fond » : en français, comme dans la plupart des langues européennes (« ground », « Grund », « grond », « fondo », « fundo »), on note l’association dans un même terme d’une acception topographique et d’une valeur causale. Qu’est-ce que se joue dans cette association ? On peut considérer qu’il s’agit d’un simple effet de métaphore. Il y aurait ainsi le fond comme arrière-plan, désignant quelque chose de concret, de visible, participant d’une logique d’organisation dominante de la représentat...

  • Publication . Article . 1876
    Authors: 
    C. A. Ward;
    Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP)
  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Haibo Peng; Yongtao Zhao; Rui Cheng; Yuyu Wang; Xianming Zhou; Yuanbo Sun;
    Publisher: IOP Publishing

    Electron capture of Xe20+ ions from the N2 molecules in a gas cell was measured. A parallel plate and a position sensitive detector were combined to distinguish Xe ions with different charge states. The cross section of single and double electron capture were deduced.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Andrés Godoy-Toro; Juan Carlos Loaiza-Usuga; Carlos Monsalve-Marín; Marion Weber-Scharff; Carlos Alberto Torres-Guerrero;
    Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2019
    Authors: 
    Manuela E. B. Giolfo; Kees Versteegh;
    Publisher: BRILL
  • Authors: 
    Maurice Bloomfield;
    Publisher: JSTOR
  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Emily Bell; Claire Wood;
    Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
  • Authors: 
    Barbora Andor Tóthová; Miriam Šebová;
    Publisher: Masaryk University Press

    The paper is focused on the role of cinemas in culture-led urban regeneration, their potential in the process of place-making and community building. Existing research has shown that there is a link between social and spatial identities based on small town cinemas and that community needs to be at the centre of the regeneration process for it to be sustainable. The paper follows the debate with its objective being to explore this link using a mixed method approach based on a case study. The case study deals with a local community cinema project located in the centre of Košice, Slovakia. It started the process of cinema restoration in 2015 and reflected the collective aspirations of urban inhabitants for the cinema’s survival. The findings conclude that the cinema is an active social actor and cultural asset in the neighbourhood and contributes to the development of a vital and inclusive community. On the other hand, it opens up the debate on the Slovak Audiovisual policies and cinema situation across Slovak districts as potential for further research.

  • Authors: 
    Edwin B. Knowles;
    Publisher: JSTOR
  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Tristan Martin;
    Publisher: SAGE Publications