The connotation of ideological and political education carrier in universities is that ideological and political workers inculcate the ideological ideas, political points of view, ethic standard which are suitable for the demands of society development in our country through some patterns and means, in order to enhance all the activities and processes of student’s ideological morals.
To do the work well, we should, according to the requirement of the new situation, take the human-centered, indirect, neat and strong infiltrating outflanking tactics on the basis of imbuing the students and object education.
The Methodology for Assessment of the α-Adrenergic Sensitivity by the Results of Clophelin Instillation into the Conjunctival Sa
A method for the α-adrenergic sensitivity assessment by the results of the conjunctival instillation of 0.5% clophelin (clonidine) in healthy subjects is proposed.
The production of LDHC4 specific antibodies was induced in the sera of vaccinated mice and the reproductive tract secretions of vaccinated female mice through immunization by mucosal surface instillation.
Further studies are required to define strategies which can help to optimise the dose of perfluorocarbon applied as well as the ventilatory mode following the instillation of the drug.
It is based on the conventional PTCA technique with the aim of inducing an artificial myocardial infarction by instillation of 96% ethanol into the most proximally situated septal branch of the left anterior descending coronary artery.
Faculty in various disciplines, as well as those of differing philosophical or political beliefs, share a commitment to teaching as moral inculcation as well as an information transfer.
By this I mean that inculcation into a behaviourist system will serve to shape the learners' actions when setting into practice what has been learned.
Brock-Utne argues that the common enemy is the arms race itself and that the inculcation of critical and discriminating attitudes is likely to be more effective than producing teaching packages.
It is being attempted by the inculcation of a particular form of nationalism using the family and schools as a vehicle.
This paper suggests a more careful approach to the award of contracts, monitoring and quality assurance as well as the inculcation of a spirit of trust and cooperation between the principal and agent, instead of the customary adversarial approach.
All details were aimed to highlight and inculcate the meaning of the law, while signs of emotions, deeds, words, that could have interfered with the lesson in law were prohibited.
Few scholars seem to question the notion that Buddhist monastic practice, particularly meditation, is intended first and foremost to inculcate specific religious or "mystical" experiences in the minds of practitioners.
The paper suggests an active mechanism to inculcate values through a systematic process of mind engineering.
Governments should also inculcate strict discipline into drivers using the highways, particularly in relation to abuse of alcohol and drugs.
The Mohist doctrines underpin thrift and working with the masses whereas the Legalist doctrines inculcate self-control and innovativeness.