14 Works

Gertrude Stein plays video games

Paweł Schreiber
The article juxtaposes the problems of spatiality and repetition in video game narrative with Gertrude Stein’s notion of the landscape play, in which the linear plot dissolves in favour of a complex network of connections between different elements of the work. Several examples are discussed, from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to the Dark Souls series, showing the possible links between video games and Stein’s writing techniques, especially in the field of...

Autonarracyjna (re)konstrukcja historii życia poprzez \"odkrywanie siebie z powrotem\"

Amelia Krawczyk-Bocian

Gertrude Stein gra na komputerze

Pawel Schreiber
The article juxtaposes the problems of spatiality and repetition in video game narrative with Gertrude Stein’s notion of the landscape play, in which the linear plot dissolves in favour of a complex network of connections between different elements of the work. Several examples are discussed, from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to the Dark Souls series, showing the possible links between video games and Stein’s writing techniques, especially in the field of...

The Role of Harmonious and Obsessive Work Passion and Mental Health in Professionally Active People During the COVID–19 Pandemic in Poland: The Mediating Role of the Cognitive Coping Strategies

Karolina Mudło-Głagolska & Pavel Larionov
This study examines the relationships between work passion and cognitive coping strategies, and their relevance to the occurrence of depressive, anxiety, and insomnia symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic in the working population. The study was conducted on a total sample of 317 employees. The Passion Scale, Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire, Patient Health Questionnaire-9, Generalized Anxiety Disorder Scale-7, and the Athens Insomnia Scale were used. Study confirmed that cognitive coping strategies are a mediator in the...

Skrótowce z dziedziny wojskowości i przemysłu w Słowniku rosyjsko-niemieckim A.F. Nesslera

Michał Sobczak

Learned Helplessness During a High School English Lesson

Magdalena Kolber

Zagadnienia prawne zatrudnienia osób migrujących i ich ochrona zdrowia

Marcin Skinder

Type of broadleaf forest matters most for ptyctimous mite communities (Acari, Oribatida) in Norway

Anna Seniczak, Wojciech Niedbała, J. Carlos Iturrondobeitia, Stanisław Seniczak, Steffen Roth & Bjarte H. Jordal
We studied ptyctimous moss mites, which are characteristic of forest habitats, in Norwegian broadleaf forests considered as biodiversity hotspot areas in Fennoscandia. The study aimed to evaluate the effect of different factors (regional locality, annual precipitation, mean annual temperature, forest type, forest wetness and microhabitat) on the ptyctimous mites and on discovering their richness in broadleaf forests. Samples were collected from nine broadleaf forests in western, southern and eastern Norway, in different climatic conditions, six...

Brud, kicz i kamp. Warianty estetyki brzydoty w poezji Bolesława Leśmiana

Iwona Sowińska

„Bibliotekarz” 1919-1929-1939 – czasopismo fachowe nie tylko dla bibliotekarzy. Cz. I: geneza, założenia, cechy formalne

Zdzisław Gębołyś

Narracyjność teorii jako implikacja specyfiki przedmiotu badań politologicznych

Artur Laska

Refleksja historiozoficzna Johanna Gottfrieda Herdera - wybrane zagadnienia

Aleksander Chyziński

Biometric conversion factors as a unifying platform for comparative assessment of invasive freshwater bivalves

Neil Coughlan, Eoghan Cunningham, Ross Cuthbert, Patrick Joyce, Pedro Anastacio, Filipe Banha, Nicolás Bonel, Stephanie Bradbeer, Elizabeta Briski, Vincent Butitta, Zuzana Čadková, Jaimie Dick, Karel Douda, Lawrence Eagling, Noé Ferreira-Rodríguez, Leandro Hünicken, Mattias Johansson, Louise Kregting, Anna Labecka, Deliang Li, Florencia Liquin, Jonathan Marescaux, Todd Morris, Patrycja Nowakowska, Małgorzata Ożgo … & Francisco Sylvester
1. Invasive bivalves continue to spread and negatively impact freshwater ecosystems worldwide. As different metrics for body size and biomass are frequently used within the literature to standardise bivalve related ecological impacts (e.g. respiration and filtration rates), the lack of broadly applicable conversion equations currently hinders reliable comparison across bivalve populations. To facilitate improved comparative assessment amongst studies originating from disparate geographic locations, we report body size and biomass conversion equations for six invasive freshwater...

A forest pool as a habitat island for mites in a limestone forest in Southern Norway

Anna Seniczak, Stanislaw Seniczak, Radomir Graczyk, Sławomir Kaczmarek, Bjarte H. Jordal, Jarosław Kowalski, Per Djursvoll, Steffen Roth & Thomas Bolger
Forest water bodies, e.g., pools, constitute ‘environmental islands’ within forests, with specific flora and fauna thus contributing considerably to the landscape biodiversity. The mite communities of Oribatida and Mesostigmata in two distinctive microhabitats, water-soaked Sphagnum mosses at the edge of a pool and other mosses growing on the medium-wet forest floor nearby, were compared in a limestone forest in Southern Norway. In total, 16,189 specimens of Oribatida representing 98 species, and 499 specimens of Mesostigmata,...

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