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See detailWandel und Differenzierung von Kindheit als Re-Institutionalisierung. Eine Analyse der Reformpolitik zur Kleinkindbetreuung in Luxemburg
Haag, Christian UL

Doctoral thesis (2012)

The thesis focuses on the Luxembourgian social policy and law with regard to early childhood education and care for the last 25 years. Young children are not yet obligated to attend school. The care and ... [more ▼]

The thesis focuses on the Luxembourgian social policy and law with regard to early childhood education and care for the last 25 years. Young children are not yet obligated to attend school. The care and education of these children takes place in day care centres and in the household of child minders as well as in the private sphere of the parents’ home. Policy shapes the care of young children between parents’ home and day care through law and social rights. Along with that, policy implicitly uses ideas of early childhood and mental constructions of how young children grow up. The re-institutionalisation of early childhood is the central approach to analyse these ideas and constructions. In light of the social, cultural and political developments in Europe, especially concerning transformations of family forms and labour markets as well as welfare state change and restructuring, the mental constructions and ideas of early childhood fundamentally change. They become increasingly embedded in rationales in which the care of young children is oriented towards the labour market and the child care market. The qualitative document analysis examines this nexus with reference to the Luxembourgian social policy and law in three continuous phases. The 1990s are dominated by traditional ideas of ‘the young child in domestic care’ in an intimate relationship with the non-working mother. Around the turn of the century, this idea is overlaid by the idea of ‘the young child of working parents’ who is looked after outside the private sphere. Here, the main political rationales are based, not on the situation of young children, but on the occupational and private circumstances of parents and how to support them by means of child care. In the late 2000s, an entirely new idea of early childhood emerges in social policy and law on young children’s care. For the first time, the law strengthens the independent societal status of children and confers the right of care and education to ‘the legally individualised young child’. Paradoxically, these very different constructions of young children and corresponding ideas of early childhood nowadays pertain simultaneously. Therefore, the diversity and multi-layered nature of ideas shapes the contemporary everyday life of young children in Luxembourg. [less ▲]

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See detailWandel von Lebensphasen
Albert, Isabelle UL; Ferring, Dieter UL; Willems, Helmut UL et al

in Handbuch der sozialen und erzieherischen Arbeit in Luxemburg / Manuel de l'intervention sociale et éducative au Grand-Duché de Luxembourg (2009)

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See detailWandlung. Vom Hadern zum Versöhnen
Weber, Jean-Marie UL

Article for general public (2020)

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See detailWandlungen politisch motivierter Gewalt in der Bundesrepublik
Willems, Helmut UL; Eckert, Roland

in Gruppendynamik -Stuttgart- (1995), 26. Jg(1), 89-123

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See detailWann d’Verfassung méi geheim ass wéi de Geheimdéngscht…
Heuschling, Luc UL

Article for general public (2013)

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See detail"Wann den Aarmut un d'Dir klappt, spréngt d'Léift zur Fënster eraus"
Scuto, Denis UL

Article for general public (2015)

Weekly column on contemporary history ("L'histoire du temps présent") in Luxembourg newspaper Tageblatt, here on history of exclusionary policies against poor

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See detailWann kam die Grenze auf die Karte? Zur Konstruktion von Herrschaftsgebieten zwischen Reich und Frankreich in der Frühen Neuzeit
Uhrmacher, Martin UL

Scientific Conference (2019, September 19)

Feste politische Grenzen, wie man sie heute kennt, die ein Staatsgebiet nach innen wie nach außen umfassend begrenzen, sind im Raum zwischen Maas und Rhein ein Produkt des späten 18. Jahrhunderts. Für ... [more ▼]

Feste politische Grenzen, wie man sie heute kennt, die ein Staatsgebiet nach innen wie nach außen umfassend begrenzen, sind im Raum zwischen Maas und Rhein ein Produkt des späten 18. Jahrhunderts. Für diese Region wird nach dem Ursprung dieser festen Grenzlinien gesucht, die heute ein selbstverständlicher Bestandteil von Karten sind. Seit dem späten 16. Jahrhundert wurden im Westen des Heiligen Römischen Reiches erstmals historische Karten publiziert und im Druck verbreitet, die unser Bild der territorialen Landschaft bis heute prägen. Ab wann aber werden solche Grenzlinien zur Darstellung territorial-räumlicher Verhältnisse verwendet? Und welche Rolle kommt ihnen bei der Konstruktion von Herrschaft im Raum zu? Diesen Fragen widmet sich der Beitrag für die Region zwischen Maas und Rhein. Sie liegt an der Schnittstelle von Germania und Romania und ist durch Einflüsse beiderseits der Sprachgrenze geprägt. [less ▲]

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See detail„Wann werde ich alt sein?“ Zur Bedeutung wahrgenommener Restlebenszeit und subjektivem Alter für das Bewusstsein des Älterwerdens.
Ferring, Dieter UL

in In E.-M. Kessler, & H.-W. Wahl (Chairs), Subjektive Repräsentationen von normalem und pathologischem Altern. (2011)

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See detailWanted, dead or alive: educationalists. On the need for academic bilingualism in education
Biesta, Gert UL

in Aubry, C.; Geiss, M.; Magyar-Haas, V. (Eds.) et al Positionierungen. Zum Verhältnis von Wissenschaft, Pädagogik und Politik. (2012)

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See detailWAPIOP - A WAP-based inter-ORB protocol
Rothkugel, Steffen UL

in Proceedings of 5th European Personal Mobile Communications Conference (Conf Publ No 492) (2003)

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See detailWar and the Beautiful : On the Aestheticizing of the First World War in Film Yesterday and Today
Fengler, Silke; Krebs, Stefan UL

in Heil, Reinhard (Ed.) Tensions and Convergences : Technological and Aesthetic Transformations of Society (2007)

Our lecture explores the medial construction and aestheticising of the war, examining current TV documentaries on the First World War. Two time planes are here intertwined: on the first level we see how ... [more ▼]

Our lecture explores the medial construction and aestheticising of the war, examining current TV documentaries on the First World War. Two time planes are here intertwined: on the first level we see how the film medium during World War One lends to the industrialised war events a new aesthetic dimension. In the second, contemporary level, this film material is reassembled and charged with additional significance. Both temporal levels are inseparably intertwined with one another – both construct the modern mythos of the “clean” war. In contemporary TV documentaries the aesthetic of mechanised war is endowed with an additional function that transcends the former. It ties in with a widespread tendency in German mnemonic culture of perceiving the Germans primarily as victims. World War One was not – as is so often asserted – the “first mediatised war“. Already in the American Civil War, as well as in subsequent wars, intensive photo coverage was developed, ever more frequently with the work of amateur photographers. Photographs of war action became ubiquitous. Nevertheless, a qualitative developmental leap did occur in film portrayal during the First World War. At that time, war reports resorted repeatedly to traditional iconographic stylistic devices and pictorial aesthetic conventions of war photography: the weapon still life, “general’s-eye-views“ of the battle field, heroic soldiers, war as “picnic”; especially the non-functional film reports, though, remained rigid, and with a multitude of artificial scenes, delivered a hardly realistic view of combat events. However, the fictional portrayal of war in movies supervened, and by writing over real war experiences with played out scenarios, gradually blurred the distinction between fiction and reality, transforming war into entertainment. The TV documentaries we examined resort to wartime pictorial material, though in their recombination of the film sequences following our contemporary video-aesthetic, with a high pictorial content, quick cuts and dramatic production. This aesthetic is closely oriented towards our contemporary images of the modern, engineered war. Our first part consists in a detailed film- and picture analysis of wartime film material. In our second part, we examine how TV authors work with this material. Our focus here will be on the aestheticising of technological artefacts in war events and the stylising of scientific war research as symbols of modern warfare. These two inquiries constitute the basis of a conclusive synthesis, which examines continuities and breaks in the narration these pictures transport. The lecture offers a contribution to the discussion on the treatment of pictures in the media and in historical science. Inherent in this research is also the principal question of whether the little picture- and film material we have determines our view of the First World War. Are not the images of World War One not rather reread and reassembled in the course of contemporary discourse? [less ▲]

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See detailWar Losses (Belgium)
Majerus, Benoît UL

in International Encyclopedia of the First World War (2016)

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