This article is part of a comparative research between Brazil and Spain, about how the media treats the sports activities. Besides, this study analyses the keys of the same sociological phenomenon, which is football, in two different cultural realities. The broadcasting on television regarding sports events in Andalusia with Canal Sur, and Rio Grande do Sul with RBS. The live broadcasting of these channels completes the analysis of the present research.
The names of the sports programs have referred in one way or another to this sport: La Jugada, El Remate, La Liga, Club deportivo, Gol a Gol, which shows the importance that these programs have had and continue to have for the channel. However, we cannot forget the treatment that Canal Sur has given to the rest of the sports activities, especially those that take place in Andalusia, as well as the broadcasting of unusual sports such as table tennis, women’s basketball or motocross. With the entry of the second terrestrial channel on June 5, 1998, Canal 2 Andalucía, the sports offer will grow significantly on television, and where sport will be a key part of its daily programming, especially on weekends (2).
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In the research, private international law is studied, where the terms: foreigners, migration, conflicts of judicial competence, as well as international conflicts (Rodriguez, 2009) refer to the practice and customs, as well as other documents and instruments, which regulate the relationship between individuals in an international context, can be defined as the set of legal rules and principles that hierarchize and coordinate them coherently (Vilchis Jacuinde, n. d.).
On the other hand, this private international law is framed to regulate and regulate international private relations, whether companies, organizations or individuals pursuing particular purposes, it covers various topics such as procedural cooperation, conflicts of competence and conflicts of laws, which is also known as international civil law.
It is established that countries must have their own rules of international law, this constitutes a source of conflicts, nowadays, taking into account that, internationally, there is an increase in mobility. For this reason, this branch of law is responsible for determining which national entity has the competence to mediate in a given relationship, as well as which laws should govern the conflict in question.
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When it was realized that, in a closed circuit, consisting of two distinct conductors A and B, current circulation occurs as long as there is a temperature difference DT between their joints.
Provided that the temperature of the reference junction remains constant, it is verified that the thermal temperature f.e.m. is a function of the temperature Tm of the test junction, therefore, this fact allows the use of a thermoelectric couple as a thermometer.
It has characteristics very similar to those of the R and S models. They are more stable, however, due to their reduced sensitivity, they are generally used only for measuring temperatures above 300 °C, up to 1800 °C.
They can be used in reducing, neutral or oxidizing atmospheres. However, it is not recommended in atmospheres with high moisture content and also at low temperatures, as the JP thermocouple can become brittle.
It can be used in inert or oxidizing atmospheres. It has a good stability index when exposed to high temperatures over time, which is higher than that of non-platinum thermocouples.
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2005/407/EC: Commission decision of 22 September 2004 on the State aid which the United Kingdom is planning to implement for British Energy plc (notified under document number C(2004)3474) (Text with EEA relevance)
On September 9, 2002, the United Kingdom Government put in place a rescue aid package for the electricity company British Energy plc (hereinafter referred to as “BE”). On November 27, 2002, the Commission decided not to raise objections (2). In accordance with that decision, the UK authorities had until 9 March 2003 to submit a plan for the restructuring or liquidation of BE or to demonstrate that the aid had been repaid.
The Commission received comments from interested parties, which it forwarded to the United Kingdom in order to allow it to submit its observations. These comments were sent by letter dated 29 October 2003, registered at the Commission on 30 October 2003.