Schatzki

Schatz·ki

(shaht'skē),
Richard, U.S. radiologist, 1901-1992. See: Schatzki ring.
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Para tanto, se baseia na teoria da pratica de Schatzki, adotando a semiotica fenomenologica como metodo de analise.
Contudo, o que ha de comum entre as definicoes apresentadas e que a pratica e resultado de um conjunto de atividades articuladas e que demandam uma interacao entre humanos e elementos materiais para se constituirem enquanto pratica (GHERARDI, 2006; HUI; SCHATZKI; SHOVE, 2017; SCHATZKI, 2001; RECKWITZ, 2002).
In this regard, this study aligns with the practice movement (SCHATZKI, 2001a; GHERARDI, 2012), mainly to the work by Theodore Schatzki.
Practices constitute the key elements of social life (Schatzki, 1996) and refer to the "temporal and spatially dispersed nexus of doings and sayings" (Schatzki, 1996; in Pantzar, Shove, & Watson, 2012, p.
Adams, Schatzki, & Scoville (1941) recognized five syndromes into which these deficits could be grouped: Intracranial hypertension syndrome, cranial nerve impairment, bulbar compression syndrome, medullary syndrome and cerebellar syndrome.
(31.) See, e.g., George Schatzki, The Survival of Legal Services
Taste engineering is a strategy of action fashioned with three tangled and dispersed practices (institutional benchmarking, autodidacticism, and cooperative scaffolding) through which consumers muddle together the body techniques, perceptions, and sayings of an integrative practice (Reckwitz, 2002; Schatzki 1996; Warde, 2005) to develop mastery or cultural competence in a social domain.
Analysis of gender practices requires uncovering the 'structuring structure' and identifying the organized nexus of activity (Schatzki, 2001) rooted in the doing and saying of organizational actors.
Our meta-analysis included 461 patients with different etiologies for the BESs, such as peptic, Schatzki ring, postradiation, postanastomotic, and caustic.