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See detailLe dialogue déférent des juges en Europe
Pelin Raducu, Ioana UL

Book published by Larcier (in press)

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See detailLe dialogue entre les juges en matière de protection des droits de l'homme
Pelin Raducu, Ioana UL

in Menetrey, Séverine; Hess, Burkhard (Eds.) Les dialogues des juges en Europe (in press)

Dans cet article, nous allons mettre en exergue quelques aspects des arrêts récents provenant de la Cour de justice de l’UE (Akerberg Frasson, Melloni, Kamberaj)qui démontrent l’émergence d’un standard ... [more ▼]

Dans cet article, nous allons mettre en exergue quelques aspects des arrêts récents provenant de la Cour de justice de l’UE (Akerberg Frasson, Melloni, Kamberaj)qui démontrent l’émergence d’un standard propre de l’UE en matière des droits de l’homme. Cette tendance de la C.J.U.E. contredira le prescrit normatif découlant du « dialogue des juges » d’interprétation conforme à la jurisprudence de la C.E.D.H. avant que l’adhésion de l’UE à la Convention E.D.H. ne soit formellement acquise. [less ▲]

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See detailDialogue Games for Enforcement of Argument Acceptance and Rejection via Attack Removal
Dauphin, Jérémie UL; Satoh, Ken

in International Conference on Principles and Practice of Multi-Agent Systems (2018)

Argumentation is dynamic in nature and most commonly exists in dialogical form between different agents trying to convince each other. While abstract argumentation framework are mostly static, many ... [more ▼]

Argumentation is dynamic in nature and most commonly exists in dialogical form between different agents trying to convince each other. While abstract argumentation framework are mostly static, many studies have focused on dynamical aspects and changes to these static frameworks. An important problem is the one of argument enforcement, modifying an argumentation framework in order to ensure that a certain argument is accepted. In this paper, we use dialogue games to provide an exhaustive list of minimal sets of attacks such that when removed, a given argument is credulously accepted with respect to preferred semantics. We then extend the method to enforce other acceptability statuses and cope with sets of arguments. [less ▲]

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See detailA Dialogue on Socio-Technical Systems and Situation Awareness
Botev, Jean UL; Bellman, Kirstie

in Proceedings of 12th IEEE Conference on Cognitive and Computational Aspects of Situation Management (CogSIMA) (2022)

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See detailDialogues (im)possibles. De la façon dont sont traitées les rencontres interculturelles dans les récits de voyage illustrés sur l’Afrique coloniale
Malzner, Sonja UL

in Lüsebrink, Hans-Jürgen (Ed.) Dialogues interculturels à l’époque coloniale et postcoloniale. Représentations littéraires et culturelles - Orient, Maghreb et Afrique occidentale (de 1830 à nos jours) (2019)

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See detailDialogues and networks: Organising exchanges between youth field actors
Williamson, Howard; Milmeister, Marianne UL

Book published by éditions PHI (2006)

Over the past decade there has been increasing interest in the relationships between youth policy making, youth research and practice with and by young people. Sometimes referred to as the ‘magic ... [more ▼]

Over the past decade there has been increasing interest in the relationships between youth policy making, youth research and practice with and by young people. Sometimes referred to as the ‘magic triangle’ that has the potential to strengthen all corners if there are effective lines of communication and dialogue, there are also reservations about the connections between the ‘corners’. The interest in ‘evidence-based practice’, for example, is not always matched by a commitment to ‘practice-based evidence’. This book, drawing on contributions at an EU seminar during the Luxembourg presidency, debates the links between research, policy and practice, and their roles in knowledge production, analysis and dissemination as the engine for more effective and relevant youth policy in Europe. [less ▲]

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See detailLes dialogues des juges en Europe
Menetrey, Séverine UL

Book published by Larcier (2014)

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See detailDialogues et communications entre juges : pour un pluralisme dialogal
Menetrey, Séverine UL

in Les dialogues des juges en Europe (2014)

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See detailDialogues et transformations : la restitution dans les sciences du langage
de Saint-Georges, Ingrid UL

in SociologieS (2014)

Un survol de la littérature révèle que la question de la restitution a été peu abordée dans les publications en sciences du langage. Cet état de fait soulève plusieurs interrogations : comment comprendre ... [more ▼]

Un survol de la littérature révèle que la question de la restitution a été peu abordée dans les publications en sciences du langage. Cet état de fait soulève plusieurs interrogations : comment comprendre l’écart actuel entre un discours académique encore peu prolixe sur la question de la restitution et des pratiques de restitution dans les faits de plus en plus nombreuses ? Où trouver des ressources pour penser la restitution ? Comment envisager les formes qu’elle peut prendre et les contenus qui peuvent en faire l’objet ? Cet article examine quelques-uns des défis que la restitution constitue pour le champ de la linguistique appliquée et propose une discussion autour de pratiques avérées de restitution. [less ▲]

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See detailDiane project: Women’s entrepreneurship
Constantinidis, Christina UL; Cornet, Annie

in ICSB 2003 Proceedings (2003, June 16)

Our research project aims to inquire whether there are any specificities in female entrepreneurship and if necessary to point them out. Our study will take different angles: first, the women-owned ... [more ▼]

Our research project aims to inquire whether there are any specificities in female entrepreneurship and if necessary to point them out. Our study will take different angles: first, the women-owned societies’ profile, second the women entrepreneurs’ business processes and finally the women entrepreneurs’ profile. Tools will be shaped in accordance with this analysis, in order to increase the awareness of women and intermediates of business creation and development. [less ▲]

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See detailDiaphragmatic hernia and Fryns syndrome phenotype in partial trisomy 22
De Beaufort, Carine UL; Schneider, F.; Chafai, R. et al

in Genetic Counseling (2000), 11(2), 181-182

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See detailA Diary Study on the Exercise Intention-Behaviour Gap: Implications for the Design of Interactive Products
Menheere, Daphne; Funk, Matthias; van der Spek, Erik et al

in DRS International Conference 2020 (2020)

Increasingly aware of the importance of active lifestyles, many people intend to exercise more. One of the main challenges is to translate exercise intentions into actual exercise behaviour, the so-called ... [more ▼]

Increasingly aware of the importance of active lifestyles, many people intend to exercise more. One of the main challenges is to translate exercise intentions into actual exercise behaviour, the so-called intention-behaviour gap. To investigate barriers and enablers that affect this gap, we conducted a 7-day diary study with 16 participants. In this study, participants indicated what their exercise intentions and behaviour were per day, and whether and why they changed retrospectively during the day. Through the diary study, we gain insights into (i) the intention-behaviour interplay, and (ii) the experienced barriers and enablers that influence this interplay throughout the day. Based on the findings, we contribute new implications for design in supporting people translating their intentions into exercise behaviour, and propose three design concepts as examples. In these, the focus is on positively influencing the interplay of enablers and barriers of exercising and how these can be exemplified through design. [less ▲]

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See detailDiaspora Philanthropy in the Context of Policy Coherence for Development: Implications for the post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda
Koff, Harlan UL

in International Migration (2017), 55(1), 5-19

Thus far, there has been a dearth of studies that systemically examine the relationship between diaspora philanthropy, the development community and securitised migration regimes. This article addresses ... [more ▼]

Thus far, there has been a dearth of studies that systemically examine the relationship between diaspora philanthropy, the development community and securitised migration regimes. This article addresses this by responding to the research question, “How coherent are securitised migration policies with diaspora philanthropy and the transformative development objectives that characterise the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) agenda?” The analysis is based on the concept of policy coherence for development (PCD). The article compares the simultaneous regionalization and securitization of European Union and United States migration policies and contends that these policy strategies undermine diaspora philanthropy, development partnerships and transformative development. Normative change must be introduced in order to establish coherence between globalized migration policies and diaspora philanthropy objectives. Normative coherence for development can be achieved by introducing principles from the SDG's and the Busan Development Partnership Agreement amongst other international development agendas, into migration policy-making at the national and regional levels. [less ▲]

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See detailDiasporas
Beine, Michel UL; Docquier, Frederic; Ozden, Caglar

in Journal of Development Economics (2011), 95

Migration flows are shaped by a complex combination of self-selection and out-selection mechanisms, both of which are affected by the presence of a diaspora abroad. In this paper, we analyze how existing ... [more ▼]

Migration flows are shaped by a complex combination of self-selection and out-selection mechanisms, both of which are affected by the presence of a diaspora abroad. In this paper, we analyze how existing diasporas (the stock of people born in a country and living in another one) affect the size and human-capital structure of current bilateral migration flows. Our analysis exploits a bilateral data set on international migration by educational attainment from 195 countries to 30 OECD countries in 1990 and 2000. Based on simple microfoundations and controlling for various determinants of migration, we found that diasporas increase migration flows and lower their average educational level. Interestingly, diasporas explain majority of the variability of migration flows and selection. This suggests that, without changing the generosity of family reunion programs, education-based selection rules are likely to have moderate impact. Our results are highly robust to the econometric techniques, accounting for the large proportion of zeros and endogeneity problems. [less ▲]

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See detail«Dibattito con Antonio Tabucchi»
Roelens, Nathalie UL

in Piccole finizioni con importanza. Valori della narrativa italiana contemporanea (1993)

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See detailDicer is associated with ribosomal DNA chromatin in mammalian cells
Sinkkonen, Lasse UL; Hugenschmidt, Tabea; Filipowicz, Witold et al

in PLoS ONE (2010), 5(8), 1-2

BACKGROUND: RNA silencing is a common term for pathways utilizing small RNAs as sequence-specific guides to repress gene expression. Components of the RNA silencing machinery are involved in different ... [more ▼]

BACKGROUND: RNA silencing is a common term for pathways utilizing small RNAs as sequence-specific guides to repress gene expression. Components of the RNA silencing machinery are involved in different aspects of chromatin function in numerous organisms. However, association of RNA silencing with chromatin in mammalian cells remains unclear. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS: Immunostaining of mitotic chromosomes with antibodies visualizing either endogenous or ectopically expressed Dicer in mammalian cells revealed association of the protein with ribosomal DNA (rDNA) repeats. Chromatin immunoprecipitations and bisulfite sequencing experiments indicated that Dicer is associated with transcribed regions of both active and silenced genes in rDNA arrays of interphase chromosomes. Metabolic labeling of the mouse embryonic stem (ES) cells lacking Dicer did not reveal apparent defect in rRNA biogenesis though pre-rRNA synthesis in these cells was decreased, likely as a consequence of their slower growth caused by the loss of miRNAs. We analyzed in detail chromatin structure of rDNA but did not find any epigenetic changes at rDNA loci in Dicer(-/-) ES cells. Instead, we found that rDNA methylation is rather low in primary tissues, contrasting with rDNA methylation patterns in transformed cell lines. CONCLUSION/SIGNIFICANCE: We found that Dicer, a key component of RNA silencing pathways, can be detected in association with rDNA chromatin in mammalian cells. The role of this particular localization of Dicer is not readily apparent since the enzyme is associated with rDNA genes regardless of their transcriptional activity. However, localization of Dicer to the transcribed region suggests that transcription may contribute to the Dicer deposition at rDNA chromatin. We hypothesize that Dicer functions in maintaining integrity of rDNA arrays. [less ▲]

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See detailDichloromethane Degradation Pathway from Unsequenced Hyphomicrobium sp. MC8b Rapidly Explored by Pan-Proteomics
Hayoun, Karim; Geersens, Emilie; Laczny, Cedric Christian UL et al

in Microorganisms (2020)

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