Mémofiches Anatomie Netter Tronc


Third Edition

Ce carnet de 104 fiches constitue un outil de référence indispensable à la révision des examens d'anatomie et un mémento de l'essentiel des connaissances anatomiques de la région Tronc.

Chaque fiche est constituée en vis-à-vis d'une planche muette en couleur d'un côté et de sa légende de l'autre, accompagnée d'un commentaire apportant des informations complémentaires sur la planche opposée.

Son format de poche spiralé, conçu pour une consultation rapide et pratique, permet au lecteur, quel que soit son niveau de connaissances, une utilisation multiple : apprendre, réviser, s'entraîner et/ou s'auto-évaluer.

Entièrement révisée, cette 3e édition s'enrichit d'une nouvelle rubrique "Clinique" qui renforce l'aspect pédagogique de l'ouvrage.


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Specifications


Publisher
Elsevier-Masson
Edition
3
Author
John T. Hansen,
Language
French
Publisher Category
Medecine > Morphology and Anatomy
Publisher Category
DUC > Éducation physique et kinésithérapie
Publisher Category
Medecine
Publisher Category
DUC > Médecine
BISAC Subject Heading
MED005000 MEDICAL / Anatomy
Onix Audience Codes
06 Professional and scholarly
CLIL (Version 2013-2019)
3165 MEDECINE, PHARMACIE, PARAMEDICAL, MEDECINE VETERINAIRE
Title First Published
06 July 2011

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Publication Date
19 October 2019
ISBN-13
9782875585806
Illustrations
1 bibliography/ 1 glossary
Extent
Main content page count : 340
Legal Copyright Date
428 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
Code
95292
Dimensions
16 x 24 cm
Weight
542 grammes
List Price
25.70 €
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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Contents


1. INTRODUCTION………………...………………………………………..…….01
1.1 Background……………..……………...…………...……………………01
1.2 A case study: How can the (de)trivialization practices
be useful to know about knowing?...........................................02
1.3 Defining (de)trivialization…...……….………..…….....................02
1.4 Triviality across disciplines…………….…….…............………04
1.5 Our epistemological stand point………...…………...………06
1.5.1 Social Constructionism (our philosophical
foundation)………………...…...……………………06
1.5.2 Discursive Psychology (our theoretical
framework)………….………………………………………….07
1.5.3 Communication as Constitutive of
Organizations (our organizing theory)……..........11
2. LITERATURE REVIEW……….………………….....……………….....…15
2.1 Communication throughout the history of Learning
theories…….…...…..………………………………………….….………15
2.1.1 Behaviorism: (conditioning)……………...……...…15
2.1.2 Cognitivism: (transmission).…………....………..…17
2.1.3 Constructivism: (construction)…….…...…….........21
2.1.4 Humanism: (learner-centered construction)...22
2.1.5 Social Constructionism (intersubjective
construction)…..…..……..….................................................24
2.2 Communication and knowing……….......…….……....…….…27
2.3 (de)trivialization and knowing……..…..…….……...…………31
2.3.1 Knowledge and knowing in Organizational
Communication……………………………………………31
2.3.2 Breaching experiment to "make commonplace
scenes visible"…...........................................................……33
2.3.3 (de)Trivialization: from “Groupthink” to “real
meeting dialogue”……………………...…………………34
2.3.4 Trivialization: a socio-psychological
phenomenon….....……………..……..………..………...…36
2.4 Literature review summary……………………….....…………38
Knowledge and knowing in cancer research
3. CASE STUDY………………………..………………………………..……...…….41
3.1 Approach………………………………………….………………...…..…41
3.2 Methodology…………...……………………………..…………….....…42
3.2.1 The Research question…………………..…….…….…46
3.2.2 Observation…………….……....................................………46
3.2.3 Data collection…...………………………………….……54
3.2.4 Semi-structured interviews….………………….……56
3.2.5 Transcription…………….……….....................................…57
3.2.6 Coding……………………………...……………………….….58
3.3 Analysis……………………………………………….………………….....60
Case 1: Why 5% of co2 for cell culture?.….………….63
3.3.1 Background………………...…………..……………………63
3.3.2 Interviews analyses (case 1)………....………….…..67
3.3.2.1 Accounts variation (case 1)…….……..67
3.3.2.2 Synchronic inconsistencies and
contradictions (case 1)…….......………..78
3.3.2.3 Diachronic inconsistencies and
validation (case 1).......................................89
3.3.3 Exploring the (de)trivialization dynamic
(case 1).....……….…………………...………........…….…….101
3.3.4 Primary findings (case 1) ………………………....…117
Case 2: How appropriate is the medium
usage?.....................................................................….. 121
3.3.5 Background (case 2)………....…...…..…….…..….…..121
3.3.6 Interviews analyses (case 2)…...………………......124
3.3.6.1 Accounts variation (case 2)......……..125
3.3.6.2 Synchronic inconsistencies and
contradictions (case 2)…………………140
3.3.6.3 Diachronic inconsistencies and
validatation (case 2)………………..……150
3.3.7 Exploring the (de)trivialization dynamic
(case 2)…............................................................................…161
3.3.8 Primary findings (case 2)……………………..……184
Knowledge and knowing in cancer research
Case 3: Do you own your research?...............................187
3.3.9 Background (case 3)…………………..………..…….187
3.3.10 Interviews analyses (case 3)………..……193
3.3.10.1 Accounts variation (case 3)…….....194
3.3.10.2 Synchronic inconsistencies and
contradictions (case 3)………..….…218
3.3.10.3 Diachronic inconsistencies and
validation (case 3)…..…....................…232
3.3.11 Exploring the (de)trivialization
dynamic (case 3)…………………………......254
3.3.12 Primary findings (case 3)………...…..……273
4. FINDINGS AND DISCUSSIONS ……………………………………277
4.1 Findings………………………….……………...…….......277
4.2 Discussions……………...……………….........…………291
4.2.1 ANT and our research...…...……291
4.2.2 The actor-network
Traceability...…................................…295
4.2.3 From Callon's “mobilisation”
to Cooren’s“ventriloquism”...303
4.2.4 Research merits and
limitations……………..….…..………307
5 WRAP-UP………………………………………………….....…..........…...………311
GLOSSARY OF BIOLOGY TERMS…...……………..……………….317
REFERENCES………………...……………..…….…………….……………….......321