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See detailLuxembourg: The first European Parliament–only vote
Dumont, Patrick UL; Kies, Raphaël UL

in The European Parliament Elections of 2014 (2014)

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See detailLuxembourg: The permanent downfall of Luxembourg’s dominant party?
Dumont, Patrick UL; Kies, Raphaël UL; Schmit, Dan UL

in De Sio, Lorenzo; Frankin, Mark N.; Russo, Luana (Eds.) The European Parliament Elections of 2019 (2019)

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See detailLuxembourg: The Standard of "Foreseeable Relevance"
Haslehner, Werner UL

in Kemmeren, Eric; Smit, Daniel; Essers, Peter (Eds.) et al Tax Treaty Case Law around the Globe 2014 (2014)

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See detailLuxembourg: Une démocratie consociative fissurée
Poirier, Philippe UL

in de Waele, Jean-Michel; Brack, Nathalie; Pilet, Jean-Benoît (Eds.) Les démocraties européennes: Institutions, élections et partis politiques (2015)

L’Union européenne compte désormais 28 membres, 28 systèmes politiques différents qui structurent - directement ou indirectement - le quotidien de près de 450 millions d’habitants. Cet ouvrage les analyse ... [more ▼]

L’Union européenne compte désormais 28 membres, 28 systèmes politiques différents qui structurent - directement ou indirectement - le quotidien de près de 450 millions d’habitants. Cet ouvrage les analyse successivement, présentant le fonctionnement de chacun d’eux. Chaque système est intéressant en soi : les petits peut-être plus que les grands, les fédéralistes peut-être plus que les unitaires. C’est de cette politique comparée et de sa parfaite connaissance que naîtront sûrement les réformes futures de l’Union. Mise à jour pour tenir compte des changements politiques et institutionnels, cette nouvelle édition inclut, en fin d’ouvrage, des tableaux synthétiques résumant les données politiques essentielles pour chacun des pays. [less ▲]

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See detailLes Luxembourgeois à Paris (fin XIXe s.-début XXe s.). Quelques réflexions sur un phénomène de masse
Scuto, Denis UL

in Reuter, Antoinette; Scuto, Denis (Eds.) Itinéraires croisés. Luxembourgeois à l'étranger, étrangers au Luxembourg (1995)

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See detailLes Luxembourgeois dans la Légion Étrangère durant la Première Guerre mondiale: la construction d'un mythe national
Sauer, Arnaud UL

in MAJERUS, Benoît; ROEMER, Charles; THOMMES, Gianna (Eds.) 1914-1918: Guerre(s) au Luxembourg - Krieg(e) in Luxemburg (2014)

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See detailLuxembourgeois de poche - Guide de conversation
Colotte, Franck; Gilles, Peter UL; Weber-Messerich, Jackie

Learning material (2012)

Le luxembourgeois est une des trois langues officielles du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg. Ce guide, riche de conseils pour votre escapade, vous permettra de vous exprimer dans la langue de coeur des ... [more ▼]

Le luxembourgeois est une des trois langues officielles du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg. Ce guide, riche de conseils pour votre escapade, vous permettra de vous exprimer dans la langue de coeur des Luxembourgeois. Vous serez alors beaucoup plus qu'un simple touriste. Les phrases essentielles et les mots clés Un lexique de près de 2 000 mots La prononciation en détails [less ▲]

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See detailLes Luxembourgeois qui ont fait l'Europe
Danescu, Elena UL

Article for general public (2015)

Les Luxembourgeois qui ont fait l’Europe Du 1er juillet au 31 décembre 2015, le Grand-Duché de Luxembourg est appelé à exercer pour la 12ème fois la Présidence tournante du Conseil de l’Union européenne ... [more ▼]

Les Luxembourgeois qui ont fait l’Europe Du 1er juillet au 31 décembre 2015, le Grand-Duché de Luxembourg est appelé à exercer pour la 12ème fois la Présidence tournante du Conseil de l’Union européenne. La présidence de 2015 est la première qui se déroule sous les auspices du traité de Lisbonne qui a donné de nouvelles compétences à l’Union et créé un nouvel équilibre institutionnel. Cet événement est l’occasion de jeter un regard historique sur des moments marquants de la construction européenne et de mettre en lumière, à travers les ressources de l’infrastructure de recherche du Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l’Europe, le rôle du Luxembourg et de ses personnalités dans ce processus. [less ▲]

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See detailLuxembourgish
Gilles, Peter UL; Moulin, Claudine; Deumert, Ana et al

in Deumert, Ana; Vandenbusche, Wim (Eds.) Germanic standardizations - Past and present (2003)

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See detailLuxembourgish
Gilles, Peter UL; Moulin, Claudine

in Deumert, Ana; Vandenbussche, Wim (Eds.) Germanic standardization - past and present (2003)

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See detailLuxembourgish
Gilles, Peter UL

in Maitz, Péter; Boas, Hans C.; Deumert, Ana (Eds.) et al Varieties of German Worldwide (in press)

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See detailLuxembourgish English pronunciation: first forays
Deroey, Katrien UL

Scientific Conference (2017, June 10)

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See detailLuxembourgish implementation of the Common European Asylum System: Insights from a small-scale country
Paraschivescu, Claudia UL; Oesch, Lucas UL; Nienaber, Birte UL

Scientific Conference (2018)

Within the so-called migration crisis, the focus of media and research has been mainly on Mediterranean countries, which were the first impacted by the arrival of refugees, as well as big recipients of ... [more ▼]

Within the so-called migration crisis, the focus of media and research has been mainly on Mediterranean countries, which were the first impacted by the arrival of refugees, as well as big recipients of asylum seekers such as Germany. Less attention has been directed toward small-scale countries such as Luxembourg, where the number of registered refugees arriving has more than doubled in 2015 and 2016 compared to 2014. In 2016, Luxembourg had 3582 registered first time applicants, which represents one of the highest numbers relative to its population in the European Union. Against this background, this presentation will focus on how Luxembourg has dealt with the implementation of the Common European Asylum System (CEAS) and the ways in which it has been affected by the so-called migration crisis. This paper will particularly focus on the question of reception of asylum seekers and refugees. Given the large number of applicants relative to the small size of the country, and the limited number of administrative levels, how was reception implemented, and what are the lesson to be learned? It will do so by mapping the main actors involved in the refugee scene. It will then move on to the contextualization of the reception of refugees in the housing and employment market. Finally, it will critically examine the stakeholders’ involvement in order to find the gaps in the asylum seeker/refugee reception. [less ▲]

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See detailLuxembourgish language-in-education policy in limbo: The tension between ideologies of authenticity and anonymity
Weber, Jean-Jacques UL

in Barakos, Elisabeth; Unger, Johnny (Eds.) Discursive Approaches to Language Policy (2016)

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See detailLuxembourgish national identity and natives’ perception of immigrants
Barros, Stephanie; Roth, Kiara; Albert, Isabelle UL et al

Poster (2017, July)

Migration is an important issue nowadays even more so in the light of the growing antimigrant attitudes we are currently witnessing all over the world. Luxemburg’s history, as many other countries, is ... [more ▼]

Migration is an important issue nowadays even more so in the light of the growing antimigrant attitudes we are currently witnessing all over the world. Luxemburg’s history, as many other countries, is also shaped by important migration waves as well as a growing national consciousness. It is therefore crucial to delve deeper into the way foreigners are perceived by natives in countries with dense immigrant populations. In the present study, we will have a closer look on the perceived threat from Luxembourgish natives’ viewpoint (N = 227; Mage = 37.2, SD = 14.9; range: 16-74; 59% of girls) regarding immigrants in general that could in a long-term perspective favour hostile attitudes towards foreigners. First analyses have showed that commitment to the own national identity, sense of security, satisfaction with current life and a higher proportion of non-Luxembourgish individuals within the circle of friends and own family are related with a lower perceived threat. [less ▲]

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See detailLuxembourgish on Facebook Language ideologies and discourse types on group pages
Wagner, Mélanie UL

in Sánchez Prieto, Raúl (Ed.) Minority languages and the Social Web (2011)

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See detailLuxembourgish on Facebook: Language ideologies and writing strategies.
Wagner, Mélanie UL

in Gruffydd Jones, Elin Haf; Uribe-Jongbloed, Enrique (Eds.) Social Media and Minority Languages. Convergence and the creative industries. (2013)

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See detailThe Luxembourgish system of education between inclusion and exclusion
Horner, Kristine; Weber, Jean-Jacques UL; Pauly, Michel UL

in ASTI 30+: 30 ans de migration, 30 ans de recherches, 30 ans d'engagements (2010)

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See detailLuxembourgish: A Success Story? A Small National Language in a Multilingual Country
Ehrhart, Sabine UL; Fehlen, Fernand UL

in Fishman, Joshua A.; Garcia, Ofelia (Eds.) Handbook of Language and Ethnic Identity (2011)

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