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See detail„I always look for groups that challenge each other.“ Improvisation und kollektives Schreiben als Prinzipien interkultureller Theaterpraxis
Tropper, Elisabeth UL

in Bloch, Natalie; Heimböckel, Dieter (Eds.) Theater und Ethnologie. Beiträge zu einer produktiven Beziehung (2016)

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See detail"I am not that kind of...": Personal relating with social borders
Valsiner, Jaan UL; Nedergaard, Mette; Marsico, Giuseppina

in Wagoner, Brady; Chaudhary, Nandita; Hviid, Pernille (Eds.) Integrating Experiences : Body and Mind Moving Between Contexts (2015)

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See detail“I didn’t know water could be so messy”: Coteaching in elementary teacher education and the production of identity for a new teacher of science
Siry, Christina UL; Lara, Johaira

in Cultural Studies of Science Education (2012), 7(1), 1-30

Through the examination of the experiences of a pre-service teacher participating in a field-based science methods course, we make evident the ways in which a combination of collaborative teaching ... [more ▼]

Through the examination of the experiences of a pre-service teacher participating in a field-based science methods course, we make evident the ways in which a combination of collaborative teaching experiences and reflexive dialogues allowed for the evolution and transformation of her identity. This teacher is Johaira Lara, the second author of this paper, and we have engaged in a cowriting approach that has created layers of writings over time, with the focus of providing evidence of her changing perceptions and understandings of teaching and learning science. We describe the ways coteaching and cogenerative dialogues provided the opportunity for Johaira to examine and reconsider her views on science teaching, and mediated the production and transformation of her identity. We offer an evolving analysis of her identity transformation related to specific aspects of the course that were pivotal for her emergence as an elementary teacher of science. [less ▲]

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See detail“I Feel More Luxembourgish, but Portuguese Too” Cultural Identities in a Multicultural Society
Barros Coimbra, Stephanie UL; Albert, Isabelle UL

in Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science (2019), First online

The present investigation focused on cultural identity and the dealing with the belonging to different cultural frames as a migrant in a highly culturally diverse context by comparing two generations of ... [more ▼]

The present investigation focused on cultural identity and the dealing with the belonging to different cultural frames as a migrant in a highly culturally diverse context by comparing two generations of Portuguese families living in Luxembourg. Quantitative standardized questionnaires complemented by in-depth qualitative interviews with parent-child dyads were used in order to assess possible (dis)similarities between first generation Portuguese immigrant parents and their adult children (i.e. second generation) concerning their cultural identities. Generational differences were found regarding the dealing with several cultural frames, language competences and attachment to both discussed cultures. Adult children were more prone to find themselves in a “compatible” identity orientation, compared to the parental generation. Yet, when focussing specifically on the second generation, qualitative data highlighted some issues regarding the perceived views of others on one’s own cultural belonging and the perception of a certain sense of cultural identity denial from others. Our findings contribute to the existing theoretical literature on cultural identity by elucidating some major differences between immigrant parents and their adult children on how they enact the sense of belonging and the dealing with multiple cultural frames on a daily-life basis. [less ▲]

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See detail“I feel more Luxembourgish, but Portuguese too…” - “What country does have just one culture anyway?” Cultural identities in a Luxembourgish multicultural society
Barros Coimbra, Stephanie UL; Albert, Isabelle UL; Ferring, Dieter UL

Scientific Conference (2017, July)

Migration is a key topic of the contemporary world, so is the concept of cultural identity that has gained more importance with the growing culturally diverse societies. Here, children of migrants usually ... [more ▼]

Migration is a key topic of the contemporary world, so is the concept of cultural identity that has gained more importance with the growing culturally diverse societies. Here, children of migrants usually find themselves in a particular situation as they are confronted to different value systems and cultures. How do these so-called second generation children experience and construct their identities growing up in a diverse cultural context? In the present study, we will have a closer look at aspects of acculturation of Portuguese migrant families living in Luxembourg by use of a standardized questionnaire (n = 55 PT migrant triads) and qualitative interviews (n = 10 migrant family dyads). We will focus on the dealing with multiple cultural identities, cultural attachment to host and home country. We will therefore compare first and second generations from PT migrant families to assess differences or similarities in their identity constructions in the Luxembourgish multicultural arena. [less ▲]

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See detailI giudizi direttissimi. Fra codice e leggi speciali
Allegrezza, Silvia UL

Book published by Giappichelli (2012)

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See detail„I have an instrument to measure teachers’ aggression, and I’m not afraid to use it!“
Baudson, Tanja Gabriele UL; Preckel, F.

Scientific Conference (2013)

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See detailI know what leaked in your pocket: uncovering privacy leaks on Android Apps with Static Taint Analysis
Li, Li UL; Bartel, Alexandre UL; Klein, Jacques UL et al

Report (2014)

Android applications may leak privacy data carelessly or maliciously. In this work we perform inter-component data-flow analysis to detect privacy leaks between components of Android applications. Unlike ... [more ▼]

Android applications may leak privacy data carelessly or maliciously. In this work we perform inter-component data-flow analysis to detect privacy leaks between components of Android applications. Unlike all current approaches, our tool, called IccTA, propagates the context between the components, which improves the precision of the analysis. IccTA outperforms all other available tools by reaching a precision of 95.0% and a recall of 82.6% on DroidBench. Our approach detects 147 inter-component based privacy leaks in 14 applications in a set of 3000 real-world applications with a precision of 88.4%. With the help of ApkCombiner, our approach is able to detect inter-app based privacy leaks. [less ▲]

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See detail‘I learnt English – the wrong thing, eh’ – power, interests and language practices among cross-border workers in Luxembourg
Franziskus, Anne UL; De Bres, Julia UL; Gilles, Peter UL

in Koff, Harlan; Schulz, Christian; Gilles, Peter (Eds.) Theorising Power through Analyses of Border Relationships (2013)

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See detail‘I learnt English – the wrong thing, eh’ – power, interests and language practices among cross-border workers in Luxembourg
Franziskus, Anne UL; De Bres, Julia UL; Gilles, Peter UL

in Koff, Harlan; Schulz, Christian; Gilles, Peter (Eds.) Theorising Power through Analyses of Border Relationships (2013)

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See detail‘I learnt English – the wrong thing, eh’. Power, Interests and Language Practices among Cross-border Workers in Luxembourg
Franziskus, Anne UL; de Bres, Julia; Gilles, Peter UL

in Gilles, Peter; Koff, Harlan; Maganda, Carmen (Eds.) et al Theorizing Borders Through Analyses of Power Relationships (2013)

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See detailI love English: Engels en geletterdheid in twee opsteloefeningen in een lagere school in ruraal Gambia, West-Afrika
Juffermans, Kasper UL

in Koole, Tom; Nortier, Jacomine; Tahitu, Bert (Eds.) Artikelen van de vijfde sociolinguïstische conferentie (2006)

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See detailI love violent media, but it may harm others: Personality factors and attitudes towards violent media
Happ, Christian UL; Melzer, André UL; Dax, Ann-Kathrin et al

Scientific Conference (2012, July)

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See detailI need a research tool to…
Lucchesi, Anita UL

Report (2017)

A whole range of digital tools exists nowadays to help historians in their daily work, but how to choose the “perfect” one for your needs? Should you lose time searching for the holy Grail, or take the ... [more ▼]

A whole range of digital tools exists nowadays to help historians in their daily work, but how to choose the “perfect” one for your needs? Should you lose time searching for the holy Grail, or take the risk to try out and study tools that, in the end, might not fit your needs? [less ▲]

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See detail"I remember it like it was interesting" : Zur Theorie von Salienz und Pertinenz
Purschke, Christoph UL

in Linguistik Online (2014), 66(4/14), 31-50

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