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Université de Fribourg

Les noms du jeu et du jouet en grec

Casevitz, Michel

In: Kentron, 2018, vol. 34, p. 51-60

The words for play and toy are largely derived from pais, the word for child, particularly the verbs paizô and paideuô. This derivation proves that children are meant to be taught. Other words, more etymologically obscure, designate play and fun: some are formed around the verb athurô, while other are derived from hepsiaomai. The three word families have ancient forms dating from the time of...

Université de Fribourg

‘Taking culture seriously’: implications for intercultural education and training

Ogay, Tania ; Edelmann, Doris

In: European Journal of Teacher Education, 2016, vol. 39, no. 3, p. 388-400

Albeit indispensable to understanding human action, the concept of culture has suffered from excessive enthusiasm in the fields of intercultural education as well as in intercultural teacher training, leading too often to culturalist stances. These excesses of intercultural education and training as well as their contradictory message (between praising and minimising – even ignoring – culture...

Université de Fribourg

Por uma abordagem intercultural da educaçâo: Levar a cultura a sério = Pour une approche interculturelle de l ́éducation: prendre la culture au sérieux

Ogay, Tania

In: Revue Dialogo Educacional, 2010, vol. 10, no. 30, p. 391-408

A importância de se considerar a dimensão cultural da educação é reconhecida cada vez mais não somente pelos investigadores e trabalhares da educação, mas também pelos responsáveis dos sistemas educativos. No entanto, nem sempre se sabe o que isso abrange precisamente. Este artigo procura refletir sobre as diferentes facetas da dimensão cultural da educação, bem como a respeito das...

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"Intercultural communication" et psychologie des contacts de cultures, un dialogue interdisciplinaire et interculturel encore à construire

Ogay, Tania

In: Raisons éducatives, 2000, no. 3, p. 67-84

Dans cet article, l'auteure se propose d'interroger l'articulation entre, d'une part, la communication interculturelle telle qu'elle s'est développée aux États-Unis au sein des sciences de la communication et, d'autre part, la psychologie francophone des contacts de cultures, une de ces "approches interculturelles" qui sont en Europe très souvent liées aux sciences de l'éducation.

Université de Fribourg

Au "petit théâtre" de la Grande Guerre. La propagande allemande dans les cabarets alémaniques

Elsig, Alexandre

In: Théâtre et scènes politiques. Histoire du spectacle en Suisse et en France aux XIXe et XXe siècles, 2014, p. 137-156

Université de Fribourg

The Influence of Socio-Cultural Background and Product Value in Usability Testing

Sonderegger, Andreas ; Sauer, Juergen

In: Applied Ergonomics

This article examines the influence of socio-cultural background and product value on different outcomes of usability tests. A study was conducted in two different socio-cultural regions, Switzerland and East Germany, which differed in a number of aspects (e.g. economic power, price sensitivity and culture). Product value (high vs. low) was varied by manipulating the price of the product....

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Les libertés culturelles, dépassement ou accomplissement du libéralisme?

Meyer-Bisch, Patrice

In: La partition des cultures. Droits culturels et droits de l'Homme, 2008, p. 349-370

Université de Fribourg

Investigating cultural diversity for extrafoveal information use in visual scenes.

Miellet, Sebastien ; Neuroimaging, University of Glasgow,UK ; Zhou, Xinyue ; China ; He, Lingnan ; China ; Rodger, Helen ; Neuroimaging, University of Glasgow, UK ; Caldara, Roberto ; Neuroimaging, University of Glasgow, UK

In: Journal of Vision, 2010, vol. 10, no. 6, p. 21

Culture shapes how people gather information from the visual world. We recently showed that Western observers focus on the eyes region during face recognition, whereas Eastern observers fixate predominantly the center of faces, suggesting a more effective use of extrafoveal information for Easterners compared to Westerners. However, the cultural variation in eye movements during scene...