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How can the development of new online media improve communication between collaborating researchers on an international scale?
The involvement of Internet information technologies, new media for the development of international contacts between scientists improves the logistics of information flow, but does not ensure success in this international cooperation. Online new information media are just a tool that can be used in a variety of ways. Even if Internet technologies of new media are effectively used and advanced information processing technologies are developed, ie typical of the current Industry 4.0 technological revolution, it is still not possible to eliminate all negative aspects, threats and risks resulting from the growing involvement of new online news media to information activities, marketing, research, business and other.
For example, it is not possible to completely eliminate the risk of information transfer on the Internet, including information frauds and deliberate manipulation of information posted on internet information portals and social media portals, information transfer via e-mail etc. carried out by hackers and cybercriminals that break into IT systems of institutions public, financial and business, intercepting and stealing information, making financial embezzlement after hacking into online banking systems.
The most important determinant of the development of international contacts between scientists and researchers are people, their needs in establishing and developing international research teams, including the awareness of the possibility of creating added value, understanding and respect for other cultures and systems of the organization, the need for internationalization of previously determined locally and nationally developed research topics, etc.
On the other hand, social media portals operate as part of the development of new online media. Some information and / or social media portals enable communication between scientists and offer specific information services profiled on scientific issues, research, etc. One of such websites is the Research Gate portal.
Do you agree with me on the above matter?
In the context of the above issues, I am asking you the following question:
How can the development of new online media improve communication between collaborating researchers on an international scale?
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ICT tools are mainly used by researchers for its ability to ease knowledge-gathering process, easy communication, and to enhance resource-development. ... The use of ICT is based on the individual's logical assessment of how various applications increase his/her effectiveness and efficiency in work and provide ease in communication with collaborators. https://www.ukessays.com/essays/information-technology/role-of-ict-in-research-information-technology-essay.php
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Hi there,
through my research, I am more and more coming to the conclusion that the contexts of corporate change turn out to be essential. For example, a transformation in agriculture is regulated quite differently than in the aerospace industry. In a recent presentation by Daimler's CEO, this aspect was emphasized in particular (ecosystems, increasing networking, etc.).
Beyond the ambiguous definitions of change, there are, as you surely know, various approaches to characterizing corporate change. One comprehensive approach is presented by Albach et al. 2014 (https://t1p.de/rk70), see appendix.
There are also characterizations for economic activities, the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities, both as a broad and very detailed industry specification: https://t1p.de/7cth
Do you know if there is already research in this area? Which disciplines are addressing the question of how industry contexts (macro) influence corporate change (micro)?
Certainly, it is not possible to cover all industries, but is there, for example, research in the context of C - Manufacturing? How do the industry-specific characteristics of the manufacturing industry affect corporate change projects? Are there certain change characteristics (features, certain dynamics, etc.) that are always expressed in the same way on a broad or detailed industry classification?
How would you proceed methodically with the investigation? I thought first of all of an investigation of the rough structure, e.g. expert interviews and a subsequent survey? Feel free to "brainstorm" as an answer as well.
Thank you and best Greetings from Aachen, Germany
Alexander Kwiatkowski
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In addition to Weill and Ross in “IT Savvy," see their "Enterprise Architecture As Strategy: Creating a Foundation for Business Execution" as well as Ross et al's more recent "Designed for Digital: How to Architect Your Business for Sustained Success" (see my review) https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R33HX594W0I7TL?ref=pf_ov_at_pdctrvw_srp
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where IRS is intelligent reflective surfaces.
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An IRS is a new type of relay, with specific characteristics, benefits, and drawbacks. This is discussed in our recent magazine article: https://arxiv.org/pdf/2006.03377.pdf
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where IRS is intelligent reflective surfaces, ISI is inter symbol interference which is a main cause that can reduce efficiency of the system due to multi
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The increase in a delay spread caused by an IRS is rather small, so ISI isn't really the problem. However, when an IRS is tuning the propagation environment for one communication link, it can accidentally cause interference to other communication links (in the same or different bands).
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The researcher, scientist, or engineer who uses mathematical optimization, or more generally, computational mathematics. This includes, naturally, those working directly in optimization and operations research, and also many others who use optimization, in fields like computer science, economics, finance, statistics, data mining, and many fields of science and engineering. The primary focus is on the latter group, the potential users of convex optimization, and not the (less numerous) experts in the field of convex optimization.
An intelligent reflecting surface (IRS) comprises an array of IRS units, each of which can independently incur some change to the incident signal. The change, in general, may be about the phase, amplitude, frequency, or even polarization.
To date, in most studies, the change is considered as a phase shift only to the incident signal, so that an IRS consumes no transmit power. In essence, an IRS intelligently configures the wireless environment to help the transmissions between the sender and receiver, when direct communications have bad qualities. Example places to put IRSs are walls, building facades, and ceilings,
Therefore, the optimization algorithm solves the achievable problems by optimizing the phase shifts by considering both continuous phase shifts (CPSs) and discrete phase shifts (DPSs).
How can benefit from Convex Optimization when using intelligent reflective surfaces in wireless communications?
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Dear Abbas,
I will recommend the article https://arxiv.org/pdf/2104.01421.pdf
I hope it will be worth reading about your problem.
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In essence, Intelligent Reflecting Surfaces (IRS) intelligently configures the wireless environment to help the transmissions between the sender and receiver, when direct communications have bad qualities. Example places to put IRSs are walls, building facades, and ceilings. But, is it possible to benefit from the use of the Intelligent Reflecting Surfaces (IRS) for satellite communications?
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Yes, you can use the technology at any frequency band and for many different use cases. The main question is what kind of problem the addition of an IRS will solve. One possibility is to deal with Doppler effects: https://arxiv.org/pdf/2006.06991.pdf
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Can new optimization algorithms be designed to work infinitely to get the best results, they search the entire search area in a spherical manner and are concerned with all static and dynamic particles and possess all physical and topological properties to achieve the best possible solution?
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As the fashion industry has started to realise how important corporate responsibility towards the environment and society is, the communication of the responsible business initiatives and the promotion of responsible products becomes crucial. However, the communication has often been labelled to be greenwashing which creates distrust among consumers and other stakeholders. How can brands and companies in the fashion industry improve CSR communication to avoid claims of Greenwashing?
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Michela Ornati
: Thank you for the link to Capra: I have his book on Learning from Leonardo (2012), which argues that da Vinci was a systems thinker centuries before the term was coined. There is no doubt that systems (or complexity) thinking helps understand how constituent parts interrelate and how systems work over time within the context of larger systems.
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How the bank credit influence the corporate working capital management policies of commercial and industrial sector of Pakistan?
What kind of different proxies (Operational Variable) would be considered, when I shall make hypothesis, sample design, collection of data and analysis the data?
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Hi Ali,
for my articles and PhD thesis in Credit Banks in Indonesia. Thanks.
Kind regards,
Yafet
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Integrated Reporting or Annual Report + Sustainability Report?
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Managers want to signal their activities in sake of stakeholders to them.
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Hi!
I am conducting a survey on the importance of corporate social responsibility in fast-fashion industry (focusing on Zara). Would it be possible to reach more reliable responds here ? Worth trying.
Thank you!
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Done. Good topic.
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In some companies, managers increasingly take into account the expectations of employees, including the needs of employees in the development and identification of their self-realization with the company in which they work.
Such changes in personnel management are an important factor of corporate social responsibility.
On the other hand, this type of pro-social approach in personnel management usually increases its scale in the situation of low unemployment and high income of employees.
In addition, this type of pro-social approach in personnel management and good governance and good business practices should be correlated with the concept of effective development of countries operating in the model of social market economies.
In view of the above, the current question is: Does corporate social responsibility develop to a greater extent in social market economies?
Please, answer, comments. I invite you to the discussion.
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In my opinion it does not!
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the image an organisation has before the public is very important in determing its operational success. what methods are currently available for use in building and sustaining positive corporate image?
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Dear colleague,
Please, find a link to my article on the topic
regards,
Yanica
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Is there any difference between corporate communication and public relations. If the answer is affirmative, can you formulate it?
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Of course, because public relations is a cohesive and continuous effort of understanding and mutual understanding between the organization and its stakeholders, while corporate communication manages the organization's communication. In operational terms the public relations involve the management of talents, physical, financial, technological resources in a coordinated and strategically oriented way to organizational success
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The issue of corporate governance is very important and directly affects the efficiency of the entity's operation, the relationships between the recruiters employed at various levels of the organization and indirectly also on the relations between business entities and contractors and clients. Corporate governance is therefore particularly important in terms of the long-term development of an economic entity, also in terms of its successes in the competitive game and the holding of specific positions and shares in the markets of the sold product or service offer.
In my opinion, most parameters in the area of ​​corporate governance research in enterprises, companies, corporations and financial institutions are the same but not all. The same are those that relate to the issues of analogous models used, concepts of managing the entire organization, personnel management, offer, marketing, innovation, relations with contractors, shareholders, clients, etc. In contrast, differences arise in terms of specific differences regarding accounting, specificity business activity, risk analysis, prudential procedures used, IT technologies that support the operation of individual departments and departments, the specificity of the work positions of the staff employed, etc.
I invite you to the discussion
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The management board is responsible for the implementation and development of the controlling system, while the supervisory board has to review the effectiveness.
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* can you help me to find the challenge (L'oreal group) ?
the question is ...
Critical evaluation of its corporate brand management (e.g. What are they?, How have they been performing?) *Effective application of appropriate corporate branding theories to evaluate the chosen corporate brand in relation to various corporate brand components. For example:
Corporate brand identity? Corporate brand equity? Corporate image? Corporate communication? Etc.
*Awareness of challenges faced in corporate brand management in relation to those corporate brand components. For example: How does the company vision permeate throughout its corporate brand? How are the corporate brand values communicated through various corporate brand components (e.g. identity, image, reputation, etc.), and its brand architecture?
o Consistent? o Relevant? o Clear? o Competitive?
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If you read spanish, I recommend "Branding Corporativo" (Capriotti). You will find this matrix and I think it will answer your question.
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I just want to spot any inconsistencies, before going into the field. Since the survey is dedicated to a very special target group with specific knowledge, please select always "yes" and then random answers and concentrate on the wording and sense! Please use the comment-section on every page for your input :)
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Sent comments via eMail. Good luck with this.
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The Popular sayings, " What gets measure gets attention” or “What you measure is what you get," inform that measurement is an important concept to reach our targets and meet our goals! This time, Performance measurement is considered to be a means to bring organization excellence among others. following this, a number of  CPMS ( Contemporary Performance Measurement Systems) has been developed to the extent that selection of appropriate performance measurement systems becomes challenging. Therefore, would you suggest me the best manufacturing company which implemented CPMS and can be used as a benchmark for future adoption?
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German and Belgian chemical companies like BASF. Bayer, Solvay are good examples.
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Could anyone provide me with more scholarly work on authenticity that would be applicate to the PR/Communication/ non.profit sector? I am currently writing my PR and Strategic Communication Master's dissertation on authenticity in the non-profit sector. I have issues finding any more authors in the field than Juan Carlos Molleda (PR & Strategic Communication) and Camilleri (Corporate communication). I am researching how Burning Man strategically communicates with authenticity and I am looking for more authors who use the concept and talk about its relevance for corporate communication/ PR. 
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Corporate social responsibility, theories of social change, development com theories, civil soceity nework, social marketing, participatory communication model
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I am currently looking articles for my bachelor theses about CSR and Social Responsibility Communication.
Could you please recommend me  some good literature/articles that would help me to get in the right direction?
Thank you very much.
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Dear Indre,
All the paper mentioned before are relevant and useful to clarify distinct aspects of CSR communication, especially the papers and books by Mette Morsing who has studied CSR communication for many years.  However, I think the most up-t-o-date available review on CSR and communication I this one by Andy Crane and Sarah Gloser:
Crane, A. & Gloser, S. 2016. Researching on CSR communication: Themes, opportunities and challenges. Journal of Management Studies. Published online first.
I hope this will be useful and wish you the best to conduct your research.
Best regards,
Jean-Pascal
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Is communication kind of social interaction from psychological / sociological view? I would like to know whether the level of social interaction can be considered based on the level of communication? Would you please provide references related with this issue?
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<strong>The difference between communication and interaction is that of response,reply and reciprocity too. In communication,the receiver may or may not respond,whereas in interaction,there is requirement of a response for it to be an 'inter'-action.</strong>
<p>Please find an excerpt from some reference material I had and some attached.</p>
<p><em>Social Interaction is when two or more players have two-way communication between each other, i.e., the other players can respond to the individual player's communication.</em></p>
<p><em>Social interaction emerges from social processes</em></p>
<p><em>Social Interaction in Everyday Life </em></p>
<p><em>A. Social Structure: Guides human behavior rather than rigidly determining it </em></p>
<p><em>1. A collective reality that exists apart from individuals, constructing the </em></p>
<p><em>context in which people interact. </em></p>
<p><em>2. Social System: An arrangement of relationships existing apart from the specific people involved.</em></p>
<p><em> Social Interaction: the process by which people act and react in relation to </em></p>
<p><em>others </em></p>
<p><em>1. Acts people perform toward each other and the responses they give in </em></p>
<p><em>return. </em></p>
<p><em>2. Personal Agency: The Ability to have an effect on one's own environment </em></p>
<p><em>3. Interaction process: Ways in which partners agree on their goals, </em></p>
<p><em>negotiate behavior, and distribute resources </em></p>
<p><em>4. Social interaction includes a large number of behaviors, so many that in </em></p>
<p><em>sociology interaction is usually divided into five categories</em></p>
<p><em>5. Types of Social Interaction </em></p>
<p><em>a. Exchange: The process in which people transfer goods, services, and </em></p>
<p><em>other items with each other. </em></p>
<p><em>• Exchange is a social process whereby social behavior is exchanged </em></p>
<p><em>for some type of reward for equal or greater value. </em></p>
<p><em>b. Competition: Process by which two or more people/groups attempt to </em></p>
<p><em>obtain the same goal </em></p>
<p><em>• Scarce resources are unequally distributed. </em></p>
<p><em>• This concept is very familiar and important to Americans </em></p>
<p><em>considering the idea of competition is built in to our economy and </em></p>
<p><em>society </em></p>
<p><em>• Yet, the jury is still out whether this competition produces the </em></p>
<p><em>assumed results of the “best rising to the top” </em></p>
<p><em>c. Cooperation: The process in which people work together to achieved </em></p>
<p><em>shared goals </em></p>
<p><em>• Usually this involves the giving up of individual goals for group </em></p>
<p><em>goals </em></p>
<p><em>d. Conflict: The process by which people attempt to physically or </em></p>
<p><em>socially conquer each other. </em></p>
<p><em>• Although war is the most obvious example of this, this is done </em></p>
<p><em>most often in social situations (ex. politics, threats, etc.) </em></p>
<p><em>e. Coercion: Process by which people compel other people to do </em></p>
<p><em>something against their will – based ultimately on force. </em></p>
<p><em>• The state usually handles this through official means (police, army, </em></p>
<p><em>etc.) but individuals use it in social situations as well (parents, </em></p>
<p><em>friends, lovers – sex) </em></p>
<p><em>f. No one type of interaction describes social reality – it involves a mix </em></p>
<p><em>and match of different ones.</em></p>
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For hand-over proposals and for communication distributed system such as Vanet, What is the method and procedure to predict the channel occupation time by any node in the network, and is it a theoretical proposal or there are real practical methods to calculate the occupation time in real time.
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What you need is a netlink socket interface. You can get to it in openWRT devices and in Linux kernel. In that interface you will see clear-channel-asessment function's statistics. Some access points (notably, CISCO) report that in beacoms as well.
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My field is that of communication, so when I talk about reliability and credibility I talk about both concepts in light of a message, of a source or as an outcome of either.
Of course there is a clear distinction in theory. Do people (while participating in an experiment or filling out a survey) really make that theoretical distinction? And do they still in daily life? And is that distinction measurable, or are they simply two sides of the same coin, meaning that they are perhaps two parts of a multidimensional construct?
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I am doing research in developing capacity building programs for professional communication. After a literature survey I am able to find only capacity building programs in vocational skills. Can anyone help me with the prerequisites of capacity building programs in soft skills?
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Thank you Wilson sir for your guidance. You have given the guidelines for the whole project I have undertaken. I 'm glad to say that this is my doctoral research project. Nice.. answer,  it gives me a clear view of the work to be done. Thank you so much.
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There are several models of measurement of corporate reputation, but they are limited in terms of real-life implementation. What would you recommend in terms of literature review and application?
Thank you
Alexandra
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I am doing my dissertation on the effectiveness of Social Media for public relations and what the best practices are. So far I am having problems in finding good theory to base my research on. Any suggestions are appreciated.
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Hi,
One of my PhD students tells me there is very little published in this area. You might therefore want to concentrate your search on conference papers. However one book which is frequently cited is the one below;
Sigala, M (Ed) (2012), Social Media in travel, tourism and hospitality: theory, practice and cases, Ashgate Publishing Limited, Farnham
There is also a useful article in this journal, it may contain others;
Noone, B M , McGuire, K A and Rohlfs, K V (2011), Social media meets revenue management: opportunities, issues and unanswered questions, Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management, Vol. 10, Issue 4, p293-305
I hope this helps
Caroline
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Communication specialists have been suggesting the use of terms or emotions (through body language) that can really make impact on the receiver and influence her/him to the desired goal. One has to thoughtfully decide as to which message/words can work in a particular situation, like the one in the situation shown in the attached video. I wished to know more such situations of impactful communications that you know.
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There is another message that was used by the Tata Steel, an Indian MNC, which is now the cheapest steel producing company in the world. Tatas are know to be the most caring employers for their employees and the customers. They once gave an ad which read like this: "....we also make steel." This made tremendous impact on the brand image of the company. People remembered it for years.
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Often organization strategy fails because the strategists and the top executives are not able to change the organizational culture, which eventually proves to be antithetical to the conditions necessary for the success of the organization strategy. Every strategy implementation issue involves managing change. Often, the top management does not have astute and competent change leaders, who can create a shared vision amongst people, involve them in its implementation. Thus, the culture becomes a “noise” in strategy implementation, and becomes the biggest stumbling block; the vested interests that are adversely affected by the new strategy/change defeat it so that it does not succeed. That is why it is said that: “Organizational culture eats strategy for lunch.” Are there some examples that illustrate this relationship, indicating implementation of strategy as intended or failure of strategy due to hostile organization culture?
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I really agree with K.C Pat completely
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I want to conduct a communication audit.
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Http://www.afirstlook.com/edition_7/theory_list please check it i hope it will be helpful
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Any text, previous researches or ideas?
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Dear collegues,
I have a quite different point of view on this issue. The conventional frames of the corporate business limit the creativity of the artists, but at the same time they create the following challenge to artists: how to deal with pragmatic goals of corporate business without loosing creativity? I mean: how can artist be even more creative in order to adapt the market to himself goals? In my opinio, the answer is twofold:
1. In the first stage, when the artist is not yet consagrated, he can follow to opposite paths:
a) To adopt a high level of compromise with the criteria of industry; or
b) to refuse any compromise with these criteria...
Only after reaching success (following one of these opposite paths), and already beeing famous, the artist can pass to the next stage;
2. A famous artist can take the control on all the marketing tools ir order to decide how to interact with the creative industry. If a famous artist what to be really creative, this is his own business...
As an example, I can suggest Joana Vasconcelos, a portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos: http://www.joanavasconcelos.com/biografia_en.aspx