Authors:Avery Sapoznikow, Zachary Walsh, Kenneth W. Tupper, Earth Erowid and Fire Erowid
novel kinds of use in contexts that diverge substantially from Amazonian traditions ( Tupper, 2009 ).
Contemporary ayahuasca drinking can be broadly characterized by four categories: (a) Amazonian use that includes traditional or indigenous
Authors:Nathan D. Sepeda, John M. Clifton, Laura Y. Doyle, Rafael Lancelotta, Roland R. Griffiths and Alan K. Davis
last up to 20 min ( Ott, 2001 ). Furthermore, 5-MeO-DMT has been used in a variety of settings, including recreational environments (e.g., someone’s home, concert, and nature) and structured groups (e.g., psychospiritual/ritualistic contexts; Davis, So
Two semigroups are called strongly Morita equivalent if they are contained in a Morita context with unitary bi-acts and surjective
mappings. We consider the notion of context equivalence which is obtained from the notion of strong Morita equivalence by
dropping the requirement of unitariness. We show that context equivalence is an equivalence relation on the class of factorisable
semigroups and describe factorisable semigroups that are context equivalent to monoids or groups, and semigroups with weak
local units that are context equivalent to inverse semigroups, orthodox semigroups or semilattices.
( 2005 ) similarly verified that motivated teachers increase the motivation of their learners.
If we focus on the motivation of adult learners of English in an English as a foreign language (EFL) context, like Hungary, we can find fewer empirical
Authors:Antonius J. Van Rooij and Laura M. Nijkamp
in a vacuum: gaming displaces other activities. We suggest alternative methodological approaches that are currently underused and that might help us achieve this aim. The proposed approach is summarized as a multimethod, dual-context approach to
toward cited work as expressed in citation contexts, that is, the text surrounding references in scientific papers. Teufel ( 2010 ) has done important recent work on the machine recognition and automatic classification of references in scientific papers
of the “people” in many ways. Some of the authors treat this kind of “popular” literature as literary sources and call for a thematic content analysis, while others suggest a more thorough examination of the sociocultural context of the authors and
Authors:Bugeun Kim, Seul Lee, Young Yim Doh and Gahgene Gweon
patterns. Previous studies have provided a tool for identifying the usage types based on two classification criteria: symptom-based severity and usage motive . However, usage context , which is an individual’s perception of their circumstances, has not