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maenad

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Classical myth a woman participant in the orgiastic rites of Dionysus; bacchante
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Extratos aquosos e hidroalcoolicos de Allium sativum, bem como discos de alho fresco, possuem efeito inibitorio sobre o crescimento de bacterias e fungos (OTA et al., 2010; VENTUROSO; BACCHI; GAVASSONI, 2011; FONSECA et al., 2014).
We constructed an open-ended coding instrument to capture salient aspects within each policy, based on Bacchi's policy theory.
We then employ Bacchi's (2009) WPR approach to explore whether or not the Package may influence childcare choices in ways not revealed by these peak bodies and policy analysts.
Con esta nueva forma de ver la vida, el narrador promueve una manera de vivir semejante a la propuesta por Chris Beasley y Carol Bacchi dentro de la teoria del "social flesh" o "cuerpo social".
This meaning depends on the representation of the "problem" in policy (Bacchi, 1999), and the discursive construction thereof through policy texts, instruments and strategies (see Lombardo et al., 2009).
(16) Using Bacchi's "what's-the-problem- represented-to-be?" (WPR) approach, (17) we conducted a critical analysis of Canadian obesity prevention policies and strategies in order to understand what the prevailing obesity narrative is.
Conforme Bacchi (2012), a problematizacao foucaultiana envolve examinar como um algo e questionado, analisado, classificado e regulado em periodos especificos e sob circunstancias especificas.
Where the Women's State established a gender policy architecture bringing together both bureaucratic and community based expertise, the "technocratic turn" of GBA privileges bureaucratic expertise and effectively depoliticizes gender relations (Bacchi and Eveline 2003, 2010; Paterson 2010; Rankin and Wilcox 2004).