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Stereotypes and values in the linguistic worldview. Oosterveld, H. Leven als boer in Frankrijk. Utrecht, Spectrum. Peeters, B. Fulgor, 4 1 , Leuven, Peeters. Auger, C. Demougin dir. At the same time, shifting to the Lifecycle model raised the issue of the migration of the existing databases of the CDSP catalogue into the new standard. We started by making a list of specifications: level of metadata detail, possibility of upgrading DDI-C documented databases into DDI-L, user-friendliness of the interface, etc.

We also identified good documentation practices. Our paper presents this strategy. Each of them is provided with a touchscreen tablet and a mobile Internet subscription. Thus, they can participate in monthly surveys even if they did not have internet access before. The surveys administered to the panel members are developed by research teams.

Therefore, the covered topics depend on the projects submitted by researchers and selected by the scientific and technical board. During the pilot study consisting in panel members , we conducted more than 40 surveys, longitudinal or cross-sectional, on various topics: cultural practices and lifestyles, political attitudes and behaviours, family relations, health problems, social stratification, environmental issues, residential strategies, geographical mobility over the lifecourse, attitudes and representations toward the State, eating behaviour and kitchen storage and organisation… We also conduct the ELIPSS annual survey to collect and update sociodemographics and to measure digital practices.

After one-year embargo, data collected within the ELIPSS panel can be used by French and foreign researchers, PhD students, post-doctoral fellows and Master students to conduct secondary research. All commercial use is prohibited. To access the ELIPSS standard files, researchers, teachers and students need to complete and sign a data use agreement. It is also possible to match data from several surveys to combine different topics that are rarely surveyed together. In this case, the data matching request is strictly monitored.

The research project submitted in order to access the custom file has to set out the research questions and hypotheses, to list which variables seem necessary for the research and present how data will be statistically analysed. In addition, it could be reviewed by a legal expert if the request causes confidentiality issues or focuses on sensitive questions such as politics, religion, health The next step of the data dissemination is to give access to paradata which are collected during the survey completion by respondents.

Besides the systematic collection of timestamps, specific projects lead us to gather other types of paradata such as the orientation of the tablet or the display of probing message when skipping questions. This paper will present the research field, the sample, the survey design and the available data of a new French data source for social scientists. The Internet is considered an attractive option for survey data collection. However, some people do not have access to it. One way to address this coverage problem for general population surveys is to draw a probabilistic sample and provide Internet access to the selected units who do not have it and accept to participate.

However, a selection effect is still possible. Units without previous Internet access might refuse to participate in a web panel, even if provided with the necessary equipment. Thus, efforts to provide the necessary equipment may not be worth it. This article investigates the gain in terms of representativeness of offering the equipment to non-Internet units in a web panel using tablets: the French Longitudinal Internet Studies for the Social Sciences panel. We find that the number of non-Internet units who accept to participate is low. This is not only due to the fact that their response rates are lower but also to the small proportion of non-Internet units in the French population.

In addition, they participate less in given surveys once they become panelists. At the same time, they are very different from the Internet units. Therefore, even if because of the small number of units, the overall gain in representativeness is small, there are a few important variables e. New methods for inquiring general population mobility.

The example of an on-line questionnaire enhanced by interactive maps. ELIPSS is an online survey instrument for the scientific community; it allows researchers to innovate both in terms of content and of method. In the present paper we will present the rationale for the survey design and critically address its results. Space-sets designate the entanglement of geographical places where individuals spend or have spent their social life.

A space-set can also be conceived as a network qualified by its structural features: size, range and focus. To operationalize the space-set concept, a survey has been conceived and administered to the probability-based ELIPSS panel. For its pilot phase, the panel sample was composed of 1, individuals representative of the French population aged To make space-sets emerge, part of the survey consisted in asking the panelists to identify the places they visited and thus constitute an exhaustive networked catalogue.

Some major limitations and constraints due to the ELIPSS panel specificities played a major role in designing the interface. Besides the 30 minutes maximal duration of the survey and the heterogeneity in digital proficiency of the panelists, a main constraint was their geographical knowledge. To overcome these limitations, we leveraged on the visual appeal of a map: the interface invited the users to select the French national departments for nation-wide space-sets and the countries for world-wide space-sets visited.

The respondent could select directly on a map the visited places and was asked to characterize them afterwards. This response format has the advantage of bringing playfulness in the survey settings, creating a more robust engagement of respondents. To fully address the efficiency of our map based enquiry method, we will present and discuss, in the last part of the paper, the navigation and behavioral data we collected.

For example, we extensively followed the user journey in managing the interface: from the use of features like the search engine for retrieving a specific country to the collection of trials and errors. The discussion we are proposing can be valuable for future research projects and interface implementations of innovative quantitative survey. Deledda, Brocchi, Vivanti, Chiesa have furnished the best sellers," while Viani, Campanile, Perri, Bontempelli furnish the shocks and the headaches. The Nobel prize awarded to Grazia Deledda two years ago seems to have been a timely honor for over a score of years' toil and productiveness in prose literature.

Deledda's rural folk know their tasks: they plant and they hope. They dominate their passions, and through good sense attain high moral standards. Ht is representative of ail of Deledda's types. In connection with this type of regional novel a word could be said with reference to Marino Moretti's recent book trono dei poveri Milan.

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This novel bears marked resemblance to Deledda's simple treatment of subject matter, with the exception, however, that Moretti is the champion of the destitute and the helpless as against Deledda's idealization of the poor but not helpless. Virgilio Brocchi, who for many years has fondled the theme of the eternal triangle," whose whole output has always been reflective of optimism, presents another triangular novel in two long volumes, Il sapore della vita Milan.

This time, however, Brocchi is far from being optimistic Larry Astor, the hero of his novel, enters senility in torment and pessimism! Undoubtedly the novel pulsates with life and has its human touches. Yet, the long descriptions and the painful elaborations of details make the reading limp and slow-moving.

Annie Vivanti offers as her annual novel Mea culpa, a pseudo-political theme centering about a girl Sinn-Feiner and an Egyptian patriot-a love story with a cinematographic setting that accounts for some of the novel's popularity. To Francesco Chiesa go the highest honors for the dozen or so prize novels of the year not without some differences of opinions in literary circles his novel, Villadorna Milan , winning the Mondadori Academy prize of io,ooo lire.

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The novel is a bucolic tale embracing a brief episode in the life of a few beings-an idyll in prose suggestive of the serenity contained in Virgilian poetry. The calm and simplicity found in this novel offer contrast to the dazzle and realism of the novels of D'Annunzio and his followers who have of late overworked their themes to the point of nausea.

Chiesa has expressed himself here in the Manzonian creed: the individual is to serve and not to enjoy; he is to preoccupy himself with aiding the afflicted; he is to withdraw from materialistic cupidity and turn to religion and meditation. To Bianca de Mai has gone the prize of the Trenta thirty leading. Giuseppe Fanciulli has written the best novel of the year for youths, Fiore Florence , receiving the Bemporad prize. The only fault to register against the book is that its subject matter is too serious for the young mind; as a matter of fact, any grown-up could better enjoy the spiritual qualities that it contains.

The studies are intentionally informative rather than critical. Three volumes of short stories have been especially popular this past year.

While they lack plots of palpitating interest a few chapters are "travelogues " , they possess by contrast abundant humor. At times the prose is so delicately worked out that it reads like poetry. From the prolific pen of Luciano Zuccoli we have I t-agazzi se ne vamw, a novelette Milan , together with five short stories of which a few are reprints. I raga. The rest of the stories in this volume are delightful for their originality of theme and for their sparkling style.

The book as a whole offers excellent entertainment. It would be difficult to say which selection has been the wisest. Yet the volume makes a useful handbook with its notes and comments on the writings of the greatest of the Italian novellieri. Angio, a QMCMtMoJo, deformed in body and in feature, endowed with strange sensibilities, not being able to distinguish between reality and imagination, is described in all his ferociousness: a a hunchback possessing ail the characteristics, only to a more intensified degree, of those sea dregs that know no law except that of instinct, no reality except that which borders on tragedy and on the grotesque.

Another puzzling author is Achille Campanile, who has in the past season thrown Italian critics into confusion with respect to his two books published recently. Although a few commend his humoristic novels, the usual run of adjectives from the critics' pens. His second novel, Se la luna mi porta fortuna Milan , abounds in comic situations and libertine observations. It received the prize of 10, lire from the Mondadori Academy. The story is kept at a point of incandescence from cover to cover, teeming with effusions and extravagant emotions.

Withal it carries an undertone of fatality. The activity revolving about the theatrical crisis discussed above bas not brought a single outstanding production. At best the season was enlivened by new plays and revivais of dramatists of long standing, Pirandello, Chiarelli, Sem Benelli, Nicodemi, Lopez, and others. In La nuova colonia Florence Pirandello has digressed somewhat from the drama of "art creates character. He points out the ever changing tendencies of human beings, especially the plebeian.

Life destroys form; laws are made but the application of them is difficult. The masses cannot live within them, and yet they are lost living outside of the conventional order. A new order of things, new colonies must be formed! The play has had the usual Pirandellian success. Luigi Chiarelli, author of The Mask and the Face, the nearest approach to a dramatic sensation of the past decade, continues in the theatre of caricature and of the grotesque in Jolly. Sem Benelli, the author of the Jest, excels in the production of the historical drama of satire and mockery, and possesses genius in "staging technique.

Dario Nicodemi, the most successful of Italian producers, has contributed, as his play of the year, La madonna, in no way a departure from his list of good plays. It deals with the theme "in love with love and right you are if you think so. Lopez has continued in this play his drama of "subtieties" and "reBexes. Several gala performances of the play were given in the open air theatre at Taormina. Caesar is depicted by Corradini as being the greatest of all heroes, a complex and versatile genius, little understood by the Romans.

Antony appears in this tragedy as an opportunist, Cassius a resentful egotist, and Brutus a sentimental nonentity. Another historical play inspired by Fascism is G. Cassi's L'esule di San Casciano Florence , written in commemoration of the fourth centenary of the death of Nicola Machiavelli. The play, in the form of a dramatic poem, elaborates on the life and the milieu of the Florentine Secretary.

During the period of November to March , the Instituto offered many interesting and varied programs. They were ably assisted by the Spanish artists Sta. Victoria Martinez, Sr. Varela and the Rondalla de la Casa de Galicia.

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The month of February was inaugurated by a lecture given by Sr. Augusto Flores on February 6. Luria, who spoke on the Judeo-Spanish dialect; Mr. Camilo Barcia Trelles, Professor of International Law at the University of Valladolid, omcial lecturer of the Instituto for tl, initiated his very successful tour with a lecture on March 7, on "Francisco de Vitoria, fundador del derecho internacional.

A bust of the famous poet, made and presented to the Instituto by Roberto de la Selva, a Nicaraguan sculptor and poet, was unveiled. A musical program by the distinguished pianist Sta. Myrra Alhambra brought the interesting evening to a close. Bercovitz, Alexis Nour and H. Aderca, Ion Al. George, Tudor Arghezi, G. Botez, E.

Caragiale, Mateiu I. Codreanu, A. Cotrus, N. Crainic, M. Cruceanu, N. Davidescu, V. Demetrius, Ovid Densusianu, A. Gregorian, D. Iacobescu, Emil Isac, A. Maniu, Al. Mosoiu, D. Philipide, Ion Pillat, D. Raseu, Eugen Relgis, M. Romanescu, I. Sadoveanu, M. Speranfia, Al. Stamatiad, E. Stoika, G. Talaz, Al. Teodoreanu, A. Toma, G. Vianu, Ion Vinea, V. The list is indeed impressive, although uneven and incomplete. Yet in spite of shortcomings, the editors have succeeded in presenting the only collection of contemporary Rumanian verse worthy of attention.

Incidentally, Murnu is also omitted in the Anthology of the Poets of ro-c! Rabelais, Anatole France and native wit are blended in these stories. Botez adds two recent books TM. Ionel Teodoreanu publishes T'! Demetrius, whose prose has consistency and charm.

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The work appears in a series of biographies which includes statesmen like P. Filipescu, Take Jonescu. The fifth volume is in preparation: TA? Sorbul won the praise of pretentious crities. Too long despised as the vernacular of the uneducated and as failing to conform with the literary standard of Parisian Frenchthe language of the schools of all grades and of the higher circles-they nevertheless present much of interest to one sympathetic both to the seientinc study of language and to the associations of sentiment which arise from long attachment.

That the parlers are fated to disappear is very probable.

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Even Standard French is menaced by the advance of English. Except in the rural areas of Quebec, some knowledge of English is becoming more and more necessary, and in the larger centres it is practically requisite for all lucrative and responsible positions. On the other hand, for several years there have been welcome signs in Canada that the old and unjustifiable attitude toward the parlers is yielding ground to a more scientific and sympathetic point of view: contempt is being replaced by study and understanding, though much false sensitiveness, the unhappy legacy of antiquated and unreasoning ridicule, still prevails regarding them even in educated circles, and one may actually hear the assertion that the parler canadien is the French of the age of Louis Quatorze.

With deeper research into the phonology, morphology, and vocabulary, much of the confusion regarding the true position of the parlers is passing away and it is particularly encouraging to observe that the major part of this research is being performed by French-speaking Canadians rather than by others. More than one-quarter of the population of the Dominion speak either French only or French and English, the figures of the last census for those above ten years of age being as follows 1.

Province Total 1 Speaking Speaking. Province p. Prince Edward Island. Rather curiously, only one serious grammar of Canadian French dealing with phonology and morphology a! This volume is far more than a mere grammar, for it treats most excellently of the sources and history of its dialect and has a rich collection of special terms of its parler.

Of dialect literature there is little. A considerable amount of work of most laudable character has thus been done for the parlers canadiens, and researches in the French dialect of Prince Edward Island are being carried on by the Franciscan Fathers. But mueh still remains to be done. Abrahams, P. Aebischer, P. Bernard de Menthon, Extr. Augusta Praetoria, , pp. Aldington, R. Allen, L. Chicago Diss. Anderson, F. Anglade, J. Anitchkof, E. Appel, C. VII : rev. Armstrong, E. Arnold, I. Ascoli, G. Audiau, J. Ro LIII, Banfi Malaguzzi, D. Barbour, J.

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