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Fluir, de Csikszentmihalyi Mihaly by juliyelin Download as PDF or read online from Scribd. Flag for inappropriate .. Revista de Minas Gerais. Animales. Creatividad Creativity Fluir Psicologia Descubrimiento designer es, foundations economics ap bade parkin pearson,fotoblog lili brillanti y anais revista h. Article (PDF Available) in Revista de Psicología Social 26(3) · October with Además, se observó que a más autoeficacia más frecuencia de fluir (flow) y.

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Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Feb 1, , Roberto Tadeu Iaochite and others published O fluir no tênis de campo. June · Motriz. Revista de Educação Física. Roberto Tadeu Iaochite · Samuel Souza Neto. In the teaching. Coordinador Camilo Marín Villar. [email protected] Periodistas Carlos .. negativos que no permitían fluir las ideas y mis habilidades interpersonales, berciachalomud.tk consultado el 3 de. Además, se observó que a más autoeficacia más frecuencia de fluir (flow) y mayores niveles de reto y Revista de Psicología Social, , 26 (3),

You must select at least 1 quantity for this product. Add to cart Add to my wishlist More info "What beautifies the desert is that it hides a well of water somewhere. Difficult proposal, indeed! Constantly stuck in the small things and hindered by the branches, we can hardly see the tree, much less the forest. But flowing doesn't mean being sloppy; definitely, water is not so, for it doesn't leave any corner uncovered As asturian people say, "water has a very fine snout".

But, polluted and dirty, water keeps cleaning everything, because that is its nature.

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Flowing, adapting to the barriers, going down, not opposing anything, water is the perfect analogy of humility, adaptation and not conflict. The water wins aimlessly; following its nature, it surrounds any obstacle and teaches us how to overcome, but with wisdom, free from wear and tear, without losing sight of the goal.

What is a rock on the road, a mountain…? Even trapped in between cliffs and narrow passages, water filters, or evaporates if such a thing is not possible; nothing stops its destination.

It's been the river of life that has left in my shores these texts, which today I share in book format. And I say "it left" because all authorship is at least confusing, since we are all debtors of those before us, those who inspired and keep inspiring us, of the floating clouds of the collective unconscious, and even, who knows!

This new book has no continuity, or times, and like all my previous work already quite a few! Like the water that inspires its title, texts in this work are flooded with a time in transit through my life, where certainties, being few, are affirmed gently, without impositions or excessive enthusiasm. Will it be maturity? To achieve this aim, a qualitative research approach was employed.

We focused our interviews on the opera experiences of our interviewees before and after participating in the university programme, and aimed to capture the following changes produced: a changes in the duration of the opera experience; b changes in the intensity of the opera experience; and c changes in the individual.

We conclude that university programmes for older adults can contribute to the engagement of cultural audiences by facilitating a path to the enjoyment of cultural experiences, transforming them into high-quality arts experiences. Due to the limited number of interviews, this paper should be considered as an exploratory research that could inspire cultural managers in their practice or that could be the seed for an advanced research.

Palavras-chave arts; cultural audiences; opera; education; university; older adults. Amigo, M. El caso del Museo Thyssen Bornemisza de Madrid. Bilbao: University of Deusto.

Bergonzi, L. Effects of Arts Education on Participation in the Arts. Bollo, A. Final Report - Study on audience development: - How to place audiences at the centre of cultural organisations.

Final Report. Bouder-Pailler, D. A model for measuring the goals of theatre attendance. International Journal of Arts Management, 1 2 , Brown, A. Measuring the intrinsic impacts of arts attendance.

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Cultural Trends, 22 , Csikszentmihalyi, M. Cuadrado, M. Grouping performing arts consumers according to attendance goals. International Journal of Arts Management, 2 3 , Cuenca, M. Ciencia, pensamiento y cultura, , Ocio valioso.

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Dewey, J. El arte como experiencia. The EU contribution to active ageing and solidarity between generations.

Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. Eco, U. Obra abierta. Barcelona: Ariel.

European Commission. European Audiencesaudiences: and beyond. Eurostat Active ageing and solidarity between generations edition. A statistical portrait of the European Union Effects of university programs for older adults: Changes in cultural and group stereotype, self-perception of aging, and emotional balance.

Educational Gerontology, 39 2 , Although no element is more important than another, we can appreciate the excess or lack of any of them in every moment.

And in a world dominated by the element fire, the lack of water, from the physical to the metaphysical, it is a constant perverse; hence the importance of philosophizing about it, of learning from its power and its reasons; hence the importance of putting some of its force in our lives. Water catalyzes life; without water, the land dries and gets barren; and the fire, without a controller, spreads everywhere and the air, turned into a sandstorm, cannot carry the fertility of the clouds, or the force of the changes.

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Even iron is wrought by the use of fire in the forges! Water is the cradle of all life, the primary livelihood of both inanimate and animate beings, all of them "bags" of hotter and hotter waters, according to their degree of evolution, and adapted to a change that we accompany, of which we are part, and not guilty, as some would have us believe. The "terminal sin" is the Judeo-Christian guilt of environmentalism. Water comforts us, cleanses us, and blesses us.

Wet in the rivers of the moment, we swim, fight, wreck Today fresh water is scarce and becomes precious by default, when it was already precious by virtue. His negative counterpart, infertile and barren for the land because of salt, that is, the oceanic vastness, is slowly dying.