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See detailWissenschaftliches Schreiben mehrsprachig
Huemer, Birgit UL

Conference given outside the academic context (2019)

In diesem Vortrag mit dem Titel „Wissenschaftliches Schreiben in mehreren Sprachen“ widme ich mich den Besonderheiten der Verwendung von Sprache in der Wissenschaft und den Äquivalenzproblemen zwischen ... [more ▼]

In diesem Vortrag mit dem Titel „Wissenschaftliches Schreiben in mehreren Sprachen“ widme ich mich den Besonderheiten der Verwendung von Sprache in der Wissenschaft und den Äquivalenzproblemen zwischen den Wissenschaftssprachen, die sich für Verfasser wissenschaftlicher Texte daraus ergeben. Dies betrifft Schreibnovizen - also Studierende, die das Handwerkszeug wissenschaftlichen Arbeitens und dessen sprachliche Vermittlung erst erlernen müssen - ebenso wie professionelle Schreiber wissenschaftlicher Texte oder Übersetzer. Zu Beginn gehe ich kurz auf die historische Entwicklung der Wissenschaftssprachen und deren Unterschiede in der sprachlichen Herausbildung wissenschaftlicher Handlungen und Konzepte ein. Im Hauptteil widme ich mich dann einigen spezifischen Äquivalenzproblemen zwischen den Wissenschaftssprachen, die mit Beispielen illustriert werden. Dabei werde ich aus einem unserer Forschungsschwerpunkte im Sprachenzentrum der Universität Luxemburg: „Wissenschaftliche Kommunikation in mehreren Sprachen“ und den daraus entstandenen Forschungsprojekten und Publikationen berichten. [less ▲]

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See detailWissenschaftliches Schreiben. Ein Praxisbuch für Studierende der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften
Gruber, Helmut; Huemer, Birgit UL; Rheindorf, Markus

Book published by Böhlau (2009)

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See detailWissenschaftsforschung. Disziplin, Erziehungswissen­schaft und Kategorie Geschlecht
Glaser, Edith; Priem, Karin UL

in Handbuch Gender und Erziehungswissenschaft (2004)

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See detailWissenschaftskommunikation
Baudson, Tanja Gabriele UL; Hellmann, Jens Hinrich

Diverse speeches and writings (2018)

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See detailWissensgenerierung in Hybriden Foren: Dargestellt am Beispiel der Erstellung von Sozialindikatoren in internationalen Arbeitsgruppen
Decieux, Jean Philippe Pierre UL

Doctoral thesis (2016)

In modern knowledge societies, knowledge is increasingly co-produced in hybrid fora. Actors from heterogeneous contexts and social positions with different competences come together to discuss, negotiate ... [more ▼]

In modern knowledge societies, knowledge is increasingly co-produced in hybrid fora. Actors from heterogeneous contexts and social positions with different competences come together to discuss, negotiate and finally solve problems with real-life applications. The main goal of such a hybrid forum is to negotiate a common solution for very specific problems. <br />To date, little attention has been paid within sociology to this manner of common knowledge production in hybrid fora. Given the rise in popularity of hybrid fora, there is a need for empirical data. Addressing this need and filling this gap is a major goal of this thesis. Using the example of the construction of a specific set of quantitative Social Indicators, two case studies which illustrate how knowledge is co-produced in a hybrid forum will be presented. <br />Case Study I reconstructs the indicator production within an expert group of the European Commission. This group can structurally be characterized as a hybrid forum consisting of heterogeneous actors. The mission of this group is to create a set of indicators, namely the „European Dashboard on Youth Indicators“. This set of indicators is used as an information source for the promotion of evidence-based-policy-making for EU-Policy. This case study illustrates the structures and processes within a hybrid forum, reflecting the formative factors in the process and shows the final outcome of the indicator creation process. The analysis of this complex process highlights how the different perspectives of the stakeholders evolve and influence each other and which factors and conditions determine the decisions for the final integration of an indicator into the indicator system. This study also analyses which criteria are reflected in this hybrid context to evaluate the indicators and their consequences for practical use in different contexts of interest and application. <br />Case Study II builds on the results of Case Study I and reflects the possibilities, the potential and limitations of the practical application of the European Dashboard on Youth Indicators within the youth reporting system in Luxembourg. <br />The findings of these case studies provide a detailed and empirically grounded picture of factors influencing the indicator production within an expert group and the consequences for the alignment within a real-life application. Within the context of a rising awareness of the conditions of hybrid knowledge production, the results of these studies do not only offer a novel contribution for the perspective of the sociology of knowledge and research methodology, but also offer specific recommendations for the establishment of adequate contexts and structures for hybrid knowledge production in the context of practical applications. [less ▲]

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See detailWissenskonstruktion im Dialog zwischen Alt und Jung: Förderung visueller Lesekompetenz
Andersen, Katja Natalie UL

in KiTa aktuell HRS- Fachzeitschrift für Leitungen, Fachkräfte und Träger der Kindertagesbetreuung (2010), 18(1), 4-5

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Pause, Johannes UL; Gradinari, Irina; Müller, Dorit

Book published by Reichert (2014)

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See detailWith a Little Help from My Friends? Quality of Social Networks, Job Finding and Job Match Quality
Cappellari, Lorenzo; Tatsiramos, Konstantinos UL

in European Economic Review (2015), 78

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See detailWithin the Scope of European Union Law: Beyond the Principle of Conferral?
Neframi, Eleftheria UL

in Van Der Walt, Johan Willem Gous; Ellsworth, Jeffrey (Eds.) Constitutional sovereignty and social solidarity in Europe (2015)

Constraints on the exercise of the Member States reserved competence, and thus beyond the limits of the competence conferred upon the Union, are identified “within the scope of European Union law”. The ... [more ▼]

Constraints on the exercise of the Member States reserved competence, and thus beyond the limits of the competence conferred upon the Union, are identified “within the scope of European Union law”. The expression designates both the case of conflict between the exercise of retained Member States competence and specific obligations stemming from European Union law, and the case where the constraint consists in submitting Member States’ action to the field of application of the Charter of fundamental rights of the European Union. Is the strict interpretation of the limits of EU law the only way to address the principle of conferral as a guarantee for the Member States’ sovereignty? [less ▲]

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Al Hajjaji, Shams Al Din UL

Presentation (2009, February)

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See detailWitnessing deconstruction in education. Why quasi-transcendentalism matters
Biesta, Gert UL

in Murphy, Mark (Ed.) Social theory and educational research (2013)

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See detailWitnessing deconstruction in education. Why quasi-transcendentalism matters
Biesta, Gert UL

in Ruitenberg, C. (Ed.) What do philosophers of education do? (And how do they do it?) (2010)

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See detailWitnessing deconstruction in education. Why quasi-transcendentalism matters.
Biesta, Gert UL

in Journal of Philosophy of Education (2009), 43(3), 391-404

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