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See detailStruggling for the Future, Burdened by the Past: Croatia’s Relations with the United Kingdom from Independence to Brexit
Glaurdic, Josip UL

in Croatian International Relations Review (2017), 23(79), 5-39

Apart from relations with its neighbours, Croatia’s relations with the United Kingdom (UK) were undoubtedly its greatest international challenge since it won its independence in the early 1990s. Relations ... [more ▼]

Apart from relations with its neighbours, Croatia’s relations with the United Kingdom (UK) were undoubtedly its greatest international challenge since it won its independence in the early 1990s. Relations between the two countries during this period were frequently strained partly due to Zagreb’s democratic shortcomings, but partly also due to competing visions of post-Cold War Southeast Europe and due to long-lasting biases rooted in Croatia’s and Britain’s conflicting policies during Yugoslavia’s breakup and wars. Croatia’s accession to the EU in 2013 offered an opportunity for the two countries to leave the burdens of their past behind, since Zagreb and London had similar preferences on a number of crucial EU policy fronts. However, Brexit changed everything. Croatia’s future relations with the UK are likely to be determined by the nature of Brexit negotiations and the evolution of British policy toward the pace and direction of EU integration. [less ▲]

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See detailStruggling to raise children bilingually in Luxembourgish and English: an exploration of the language ideologies and parental practices of Luxembourgish mothers.
Kirsch, Claudine UL

in Arend, Béatrice; Weber, Jean-Jacques (Eds.) Penser l'education de demain. (2011)

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See detailStruggling with the languages of the 'legitimate market' and the 'islets of liberty' (Bourdieu). A case study of pupils with immigrational background in the trilingual school-system of Luxembourg
Maurer-Hetto, Marie-Paule UL

in International Journal of Multilingualism (2009), 6(1), 68-84

Two Portuguese children of immigrants were observed over a period of two years within the complex sociolinguistic context of the Luxembourgish multilingual school-system. The data allow the analysis of ... [more ▼]

Two Portuguese children of immigrants were observed over a period of two years within the complex sociolinguistic context of the Luxembourgish multilingual school-system. The data allow the analysis of their relations with the languages they learn at school: Luxembourgish, German, French and Portuguese. The observations focus on the two pupils struggling with the languages of the ‘legitimate market’ and the ‘islets of liberty’ (Bourdieu). Their different strategies lead to opposite results: one manages to cope with the system, the other borders on failure. The theoretical frame of the study is based on socio-cultural theory (Vygotsky, 1962), enhanced by the demands of a multilingual school. The study relies on a qualitative, ethnographically oriented methodology. [less ▲]

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See detailStruktur und Entwicklung des akademischen Selbstkonzeptes bei Gymnasialschüler/innen: Eine längsschnittliche Modellierung
Niepel, Christoph UL; Preckel, Franzis

Scientific Conference (2010, September)

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See detailStruktur und Folgen elterlicher Ungleichbehandlung von Geschwistern: Forschungsstand und -desiderate
Boll, Thomas UL; Ferring, Dieter UL; Filipp, S.-H.

in Zeitschrift für Entwicklungspsychologie und Padagogische Psychologie (2001), 33(4), 195-203

The present paper reviews the empirical literature on the structure and consequences of differential parental treatment of siblings. Starting from a conceptual clarification of differential parental ... [more ▼]

The present paper reviews the empirical literature on the structure and consequences of differential parental treatment of siblings. Starting from a conceptual clarification of differential parental treatment (DPT) and parental favoritism (PF) methods for assessing these constructs are described. Then, empirical findings concerning the consequences of DPT or PF for the individual siblings, the sibling relationship, and parent child relations are summarised. The following desiderata of research are outlined: (1) Analysis of structure and consequences of DPT in adulthood, (2) conceptualisation and measurement of DPT that differentiates between domains, actors and temporal reference as well as amount and direction, and (3) investigation of mediating processes between DPT and its various effects that is guided by theories of social comparison, justice, and emotion. [less ▲]

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See detailStrukturen - Begriffe - Akteure. Tendenzen der Historischen Bildungsforschung
Priem, Karin UL

in Jahrbuch für Historische Bildungsforschung, 12 (2006)

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See detailStrukturen und Entwicklungen politisch motivierter Kriminalität in Deutschland
Willems, Helmut UL

in Dölling, Dieter (Ed.) Politischer Extremismus, Jugendkrimialität und Gesellschaft (INFO der Landesgruppe Baden-Württemberg in der DVJJ) (2002)

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See detailStrukturen, Engagement und Motivation bei LAN-Gaming, Techno und Parkour. Eine qualitative Studie in jugendkulturellen Szene-Eliten in Luxemburg
Zeimet, Jean-Claude UL

Doctoral thesis (2013)

Politics and research in Luxembourg pay little attention to the local youth(sub)cultures despite their manifold activities and high visibility. In youth research und youth studies youth(sub)cultures were ... [more ▼]

Politics and research in Luxembourg pay little attention to the local youth(sub)cultures despite their manifold activities and high visibility. In youth research und youth studies youth(sub)cultures were mainly perceived in connection with leisure activities and delinquent behaviour but have never been a topic of their own. The present dissertation expands the existing data and supplements youth research in Luxembourg by adding a further and important element. It allows a first empirical view on Luxembourgish youth(sub)cultures and their scenes. The study is based on a field research project following a qualitative heuristic design (Kleining, 1982) and focussing on three youth(sub)cultures: LAN-gaming, Techno and Parkour. All collected data was subject to a computer aided data analysis on commonalities for the different research topics. Two research questions emerging from the field study were of main interest. The primarily focus is on the structure of the youth(sub)cultures, the way they are conceived and constituted. Knowledge of the structure is regarded as an essential and important starting point to understand youth(sub)cultures. The structure's analysis is led by the 'scene concept' by Hitzler and Niederbacher (2010b). It could be demonstrated, that the explored youth(sub)cultures can be considered as scenes in terms of the 'scene concept'. However, the analysis shows some further characteristics, e.g. requirements to join the scene, and the scene's way to deal with preconceptions. Scenes in Luxembourg seem to show tendencies to break with their informal structure and apparently approach more traditional and formal ways of association. Youth(sub)cultures seem to face some elementary changes and developments in the future. Identifying the framework of the three scenes allowed elaborating an appropriate and meaningful thematic depth. Already at an early stage of the field research it became apparent that few scene members invest considerable time and energy to create and establish the scene. By doing so they are practically also in charge of the scene's structure. According to the 'scene concept' these people could be described as organisational elite – the scene's motor. Using methods of the free field research concept (Girtler, 2001) the study asked for the motives lying behind this commitment by asking: What lies behind the fun? So the second research topic targeted first these members' commitment and could identify decision levels with assigned roles and fields of activity, e.g. the administrator, the organiser or the expert. The organisational elite's commitment shows two different stages of motives; motives to start and motives to continue the work. The Maynooth-model was developed to illustrate the findings of this research. It shows the interaction and the circuit of the members' motives and influencing framework factors. There is a rather enclosed and complex interaction system, which provides room and questions for further research within the field. There’s a lot more than fun to make a scene happen and work [less ▲]

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See detailStrukturen, Methoden und Modelle der Partizipation
Andersen, Katja Natalie UL

in KiTa aktuell HRS - Fachzeitschrift für Leitungen, Fachkräfte und Träger der Kindertagesbetreuung (2010), 18(2), 28-30

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See detailStrukturierte Sprachförderung ganzheitlich eingebunden – das Jenaer Modellprojekt Sprachfüchse.
Weth, Constanze UL

in IDV-Magazin. Der Internationale Deutschlehrerverband. (2010), 82

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See detailDer Strukturwandel von Warenwirtschaft und Logistik und seine Bedeutung für die Stadtentwicklung.
Hesse, Markus UL

in Geographische Zeitschrift (1999), 87(3-4), 223-237

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See detailStudent case vignettes for the investigation of teachers' tracking decisions
Böhmer, Ines; Hörstermann, Thomas UL; Gräsel, Cornelia et al

Report (in press)

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See detailStudent Freedom in University Life
Deca, Ligia UL

in Calzoari, Pier Ugo (Ed.) Past, Present and Future of the Magna Charta Universitatum. Proceedings of the Conference of the Magna Charta Observatory (2009, June)

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See detailStudent gender impacts teachers' diagnostic competence
Mustafic, Maida UL; Krkovic, Katarina; Greiff, Samuel et al

Scientific Conference (2015, August)

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See detailStudent mobility in Luxembourg
Kmiotek-Meier, Emilia Alicja UL; Karl, Ute UL

Report (2016)

This chapter is part of the Workpackage 2 report of the Horizon 2020-Project "Mapping mobility – pathways, institutions and structural effects of youth mobility in Europe" (MOVE)

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See detailStudent mobility research and mixed methods approach
Kmiotek-Meier, Emilia Alicja UL

Presentation (2016)

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See detailStudent teachers’ implicit attitudes toward students with and without immigration background: A pilot study
Glock, Sabine UL; Kneer, Julia; Kovacs, Carrie UL

in Studies in Educational Evaluation (2013), 39

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