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  • About
  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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The social and economic thought of Clarence Edwin Ayres

Junker, Louis. January 1962 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1962. / Typescript. Vita. eContent provider-neutral record in process. Description based on print version record. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 232-254).
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Alfred Ayres, speech teacher, as a critic of late nineteenth-century American theatre /

Scully, Daniel William January 1961 (has links)
No description available.
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A Comparative Study of the Theory of Distributive Justice: John Bates Clark and C. E. Ayres

Smith, G. H. 01 1900 (has links)
The purpose of the present thesis, then, is to find answers to the following specific set of questions: According to Clark and Ayres, a) On what basis should the income of society be distributed? b) Are the conditions under which this goal may be achieved those which actually prevail at the present time? c) If not, what action must be taken to assure that they will prevail in the future?
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Francisco Ayres, lembranças de um porvir: Porto Nacional e a modernização no norte de Goyaz

Nunes, Radamés Vieira 29 August 2016 (has links)
Na virada do século XIX para o século XX muitas cidades brasileiras experimentaram transformações em diversos aspectos, como urbanização, aceleração da experiência com o tempo devido às novas possibilidades de transporte e comunicação, descobertas científicas, surgimento de novas técnicas, como vapor, fotografia, telégrafo, eletricidade, crescimento demográfico, novos hábitos, costumes e a normatização de práticas do cotidiano, racionalização da política, crescente impessoalidade nas relações sociais, entre outros elementos que alteraram a percepção sobre a cidade. Este estudo tem como objetivo refletir sobre as formas de se vivenciar a modernização, essa é a indagação de fundo que permeia todo o trabalho, acompanhada por meio do Jornal Norte de Goyaz e do significativo personagem Francisco Ayres da Silva. Intenta-se a partir da sua trajetória e do periódico produzido por ele perceber qual o lugar de Porto Nacional face ao projeto de modernização e os resultados daí oriundos. Em outras palavras, o que o anúncio do novo e a avalanche do progresso provocaram na cidade localizada no interior do interior da parte central do Brasil. Francisco Ayres passou a chamar a atenção, nem tanto pela sua proeminência como figura pública de/em Porto Nacional, mas principalmente pela maneira como formou, transitou, participou, leu, compreendeu, interpretou e interferiu naquele processo de modernização, que pode até não ter explodido na cidade portuense como desejou, mas lá deixou muitos estilhaços, atingindo seus habitantes. Nessa perspectiva, (re)contar a trajetória de Ayres, foi o caminho adotado para tornar mais inteligível a maneira como uma cidade, do que se constituiu como norte goiano, região supostamente alheia aos grandes centros e a modernização do espaço urbano, passou por esse processo no século da electricidade, momento em que se acreditou, ou se quis acreditar que não havia impossíveis para o homem. Os dias de Francisco Ayres não se os tem na palma das mãos, porém os fragmentos desses dias estão impressos nos hebdomadários, produzidos na tipografia Nortense no início do Século XX, neles são dados a ler suas formas de sentir, pensar e experimentar o contexto em que viveu, bem como seus projetos “utópicos” para a cidade, que remetiam também ao que vislumbrava para a região, como expectativa de esplendoroso porvir. / At the turn of the nineteenth to the twentieth century many Brazilian cities have experienced changes in several aspects, such as urbanization, accelerating the experience over time due to new possibilities of transport and communication, scientific discoveries, development of new techniques, such as steam, photography, telegraph , electricity, population growth, new habits, customs and norms of everyday practices, rationalization of politics, increasing impersonality in social relations, among other elements that altered the perception of the city. This study aims to reflect on ways of experiencing the modernization, this is the bottom question that permeates all the work, accompanied by the newspaper Norte de Goyaz and significant character Francisco Ayres da Silva. Attempts up from its trajectory and periodical produced by him realize what is the place of Porto Nacional against the modernization project and the results arising therefrom. In other words, the announcement of the new and the progress of the avalanche caused in the city located within the interior of the central part of Brazil. Francisco Ayres began to draw attention, not so much for its prominence as a public figure of / in Porto Nacional, but mainly for the way formed, moved, took part read, understood, interpreted and interfered in this process of modernization, which might not even have exploded in Porto city as desired, but there left many splinters, reaching its inhabitants. From this perspective, (re)tell the trajectory of Ayres, was the path taken to make more intelligible the way a city, which was constituted as northern goiano, supposedly alien to large centers region and modernization of urban space, went through this process in the electricity century, at which time it was believed, or wanted to believe it was not impossible for man. The days of Francisco Ayres did not have them in the palm of the hand, but the fragments of these days are printed in weekly papers, produced in Nortense typography in the early twentieth century, in them are given to read their ways of feeling, thinking and experiencing the context in who lived and his “utopian” projects for the city, which also remitted to that envisioned for the region, as expected splendid future. / Tese (Doutorado)
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Estética moderna do Design pernambucano: Lula Cardoso Ayres

Leite Efrem de Lima, Rafael 31 January 2011 (has links)
Made available in DSpace on 2014-06-12T16:31:49Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 2 arquivo5635_1.pdf: 3446086 bytes, checksum: 84253d853b46d6e6f66ea3ba6e1b9bc9 (MD5) license.txt: 1748 bytes, checksum: 8a4605be74aa9ea9d79846c1fba20a33 (MD5) Previous issue date: 2011 / Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior / Esta dissertação objetiva fazer um resgate dos trabalhos de design gráfico de Lula Cardoso Ayres, considerando-os como reflexo da formação de seu capital simbólico, devido ao pioneirismo de Ayres no campo do design em Pernambuco. Ele foi um dos poucos artistas renomados do Estado a se devotar regularmente à atividade do design trabalhou por, aproximadamente, trinta anos na Indústria Gráfica Brasileira e teve íntima relação com as teorias regionalistas, tradicionalistas de Gilberto Freyre, o que o ajudou a estabelecer uma estética moderna no design pernambucano e a criar uma imagética nordestina através de seus trabalhos gráficos. Foram feitas pesquisas em acervos na cidade do Recife e no Rio de Janeiro, além de entrevistas com importantes atores sociais do campo de produção de bens simbólicos para o mapeamento de superfície social do artista
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The social thought of Clarence Edwin Ayres

Gregory, Henry M. 01 January 1977 (has links)
It is the thesis of this study, that although Ayres’s theory of progress is damaging to his sociological theory as a whole, his theory of the basic dichotomy of social action, that of technology and ceremonialism, deserves greater credit than it has received and is profoundly significant sociologically.
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The Instrumental Theories of John Dewey and Clarence Ayres

Ellis, Barbara Bridges 08 1900 (has links)
The purpose of this analysis is to explain the instrumental theories of Dewey and Ayres; their analysis of societal problems and the proposed solutions; and finally their perception of the future direction of society. Dewey and Ayres both utilized the instrumental theory of value to analyze problems and propose solutions. According to this theory, something has value if it enhances or furthers the life process of mankind. Therefore, this should become the criterion to be utilized in determining the future courses of action. They both agree that policy decisions should be made with at least one goal in mind: progress.
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Leslie F. Ayres, an accomplished architect and architectural renderer

Gerhart, Andrea L. January 2001 (has links)
Leslie F. Ayres was an accomplished architect and architectural illustrator. His appreciation for and keen sense of art is apparent in his meticulous and poetic architectural illustrations. Mastering the skill of architectural drawing established Ayres as a designer, but he wasalso a builder. A successful architect, like Ayres, is both an artist and a builder, having the capability to guide a concept from design to construction. Leslie Ayres understood and valued this critical link needed to establish himself as a professional architect.He had a significant influence on the modern movement of architecture in Indiana, and a pioneering role of integrating gardens into his overall architectural designs. His designs utilized the functionalism of the modern movement, uniting the latest in building technologies: steel, concrete, and glass. However in contrast to many modernists, his designs would often reflect architecture based on precedents, incorporating Classical and traditional elements. Moreover, Ayres had a holistic approach to architecture that distinguished him from other modernist architects, in which every detail including light fixtures, interior finishes, and the surrounding landscape, related to the whole design idea. / Department of Architecture
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The heights of the public school pupils of San Marcos, Texas, compared with those of the Burgess national scale /

Jowers, Milton. January 1940 (has links)
Thesis (M.A.)--Southwest Texas State University, 1940. / Includes bibliographical references (leaves 65-67).
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The heights of the public school pupils of San Marcos, Texas, compared with those of the Burgess national scale

Jowers, Milton. January 1940 (has links)
Thesis (M.A.)--Southwest Texas State University, 1940. / Includes bibliographical references (leaves 65-67).

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