SASSU

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SASSUSouth African Student Sports Union
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Tale chiave, pero, non si esplica solo nel fatto che Rosi abbia applicato una lettura di classe al conflitto narrato (l'evidente contrasto fra ufficiali e soldati fino alla ribellione, poi repressa, "in fronte al nemico"), ma si esplica tanto nella presentazione della totalita economico-ideologica del conflitto allora in atto (il ruolo degli intellettuali e dei miti culturali, il ruolo degli industriali che riforniscono l'esercito con prodotti scadenti, ecc.), quanto nella lettura di questo come momento intermedio (dal Risorgimento al '68) (21) fra le sue cause e i suoi effetti nell'arco di circa un secolo, vale a dire nell'arco di circa una secolo di lotta di classe: "la morte di Sassu, [...] dietro quel muro ci sono vent'anni di fascismo" (Rosi e Cosulich 1970: 58).
These included De Chirico, Campigli, Fontana, Manz[yen], Sassu and many others who all came to work in his studio.
SASCOC has taken responsibility for South Africa's high performance sports programme, taking over the functions performed in this regard by the previous DISSA (20), NOC (21), SACGA (22), USSASA (23), SASSU (24), SASC and Department of Sport and Recreation.
Luciano Anceschi, Vittorio Sereni, Enzo Paci, Antonia Pozzi, Remo Cantoni, as well as painters like Aligi Sassu and Ernesto Treecani were the young people who, under the banner of an anti-fascism that was at first cultural then openly militant (several of them were thrown into prison by the regime), aroused an intellectual fervour that was the marker of a thorough-going renewal of Italian culture.
For example, researchers have examined reliability using methodologies involving both classical test theory (e.g., Chafouleas, Kilgus, & Hernandez, 2009; Riley-Tillman, Chafouleas, Sassu, Chanese, & Glazer, 2008) and generalizability theory (e.g., Chafouleas, Briesch, et al., 2010).
Correlations between DBR-SIS and data obtained via systematic direct observation and behavior rating scales has supported moderate to high correlations across methods (e.g., Chafouleas, Kilgus, & Hernandez, 2009; Riley-Tillman, Chafouleas, Sassu, Chanese, & Glaz-er, 2008) In addition, other work has supported DBR-SIS sensitivity to change in response to an evidence-based intervention (Chafouleas, Sanetti, Kilgus, & Maggin, 2011).
The concluding essay, by Roberto Nepoti, covers Italian neorealist cinema of the same period including Roberto Rossellini's celebrated Roma, citta aperta ('Rome, Open City'; 1945)--and thus helps makes sense of works such as Aligi Sassu's Via Manzoni (1952), that might otherwise have seemed out of place in this show.
These results also hold particular importance for school counselors, who can aid in educating teachers and other school personnel about the potentially deleterious effects associated with peer victimization (Elinoff, Chafouleas, & Sassu, 2004; Jacobsen & Bauman, 2007).
Apart from the two introductory essays, by Mauro Natale and Giovanni Sassu, there are important essays by Mauro Minardi, on international gothic and the 'Gotico Padano' around 1450, and by Marcello Toffanello on Borso d'Este and court art.