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See detailFox - Judaism
Schumacher, Jutta UL

in Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (in press)

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See detailLe comté/duché de Luxembourg et la guerre de Cent Ans
Genot, Gilles UL

in Moeglin, Jean-Marie (Ed.) Dictionnaire Guerre de Cent Ans (in press)

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See detail"Aktion 18 und Quiz 3000"
Nonoa, Koku Gnatuloma UL

in Kovacs, Teresa; Scheinpflug, Peter; Wortmann, Thomas (Eds.) Schlingensief-Handbuch Leben – Werk – Wirkung (in press)

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See detailWüllner, Adolf
Krebs, Stefan UL; Tschacher, Werner UL

in Neue Deutsche Biographie, Bd. 28 (in press)

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See detailBorderscapes
Wille, Christian UL

in Fellner, Astrid; Nossem, Eva (Eds.) Glossary Border Studies (in press)

Der Beitrag arbeitet das in der Grenzforschung am weitesten verbreitete Verständnis von ‚borderscapes‘ heraus und gibt den Ansatz in seinen Grundzügen wieder. Dafür werden zu-nächst die Verwendungen des ... [more ▼]

Der Beitrag arbeitet das in der Grenzforschung am weitesten verbreitete Verständnis von ‚borderscapes‘ heraus und gibt den Ansatz in seinen Grundzügen wieder. Dafür werden zu-nächst die Verwendungen des Begriffs und die damit implizierten Verständnisse dargelegt. Darauf aufbauend wird ‚borderscapes’ als relationale, diffundierte, episodische, perspektivi-sche und umkämpfte Formationen systematisiert, die mit nationalen Grenzen in Beziehung stehen. Darüber wird gezeigt, inwiefern ‚borderscapes‘ mit der ‚traditionellen‘ Idee von Grenze als (territoriale) Binarität bricht und einen alternativen Grenzbegriff stark macht: Grenze wird hier in eine Vielzahl gesellschaftlicher Prozesse eingelagert, die wandelbar und gestaltbar sind, sich transskalar und in umkämpfter Weise aufeinander beziehen und in ih-rem komplexen Zusammenspiel Effekte der Einsetzung oder (De-)Stabilisierung von natio-nalen Grenzen hervorbringen. ‚Borderscapes‘ überführt Grenzen also analytisch in die Land-schaften ihrer multiplen Wirksamkeiten und Aushandlungen, die durchaus an ‚territorialen Ränder‘ stattfinden können, aber nicht zwangsläufig. Damit macht der Ansatz ein analyti-sches Angebot, das der „territorial trap“ (Agnew 1994) entkommt, für die Komplexität von Grenzen sensibilisiert und diese außerdem als Ressourcen betrachtet. Trotz der Bemühung ‚borderscapes‘ näher zu umreißen, kann der Ansatz nur schwer auf den Begriff gebracht werden. Die dargelegten Grundzüge stecken vielmehr einen theoretisch-konzeptionellen Rahmen ab, der komplexitätssensible Grenzforscher*innen orientiert und Spielräume für spezifische Aneignungen lässt. Solche werden abschließend anhand von Beispielen der kul-turwissenschaftlichen Grenzforschung vorgestellt und die konzeptionelle Offenheit des An-satzes, die sich besonders in method(ologi)schen Mehrdeutigkeiten widerspiegelt, kritisch gewürdigt. [less ▲]

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See detailRewriting
Osthues, Julian UL

in Dürbeck, Gabriele; Dunker, Axel; Göttsche, Dirk (Eds.) Handbuch Postkolonialismus und Literatur (in press)

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See detailÖkologie, Umwelt.
Küpper, Achim UL

in Vogl, Joseph; Wolf, Burkhardt (Eds.) Handbuch Literatur und Ökonomie. (in press)

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See detailSystematic approaches to social protection
de Neubourg, Chris; Cebotari, Victor UL; Karpati, Julia

in Schüring, Esther; Loewe, Markus (Eds.) Handbook of Social Protection Systems (2021)

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See detailLove at the Psychiatric Ward
Harion, Dominic UL; Zink, Dominik; Loew, Sarah Francesca et al

in Mayer, Claude-Hélène; Vanderheiden, Elisabeth (Eds.) International Handbook of Love, Transcultural and Transdisciplinary Perspectives (2021)

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See detailCigrang, Edmond
Thill, Jean UL

in Anders, Ursula; Nitschke, Alain Roland; Sagrillo, Damien François (Eds.) et al Luxemburger Musiklexikon Band 2 (2021)

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See detailHoffmann, Norbert
Thill, Jean UL

in Anders, Ursula; Nitschke, Alain Roland; Sagrillo, Damien François (Eds.) et al Luxemburger Musiklexikon Band 2 (2021)

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Thill, Jean UL

in Anders, Ursula; Nitschke, Alain Roland; Sagrillo, Damien François (Eds.) et al Luxemburger Musiklexikon Band 2 (2021)

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See detailTelecommunication Law
Hofmann, Mahulena UL

in Read, Peter (Ed.) Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Planetary Science (2021)

Telecommunication law is a broad complex of legal rules, the aim of which is to regulate telecommunication services—the conveyance of signals by means of telecommunication networks; it also covers ... [more ▼]

Telecommunication law is a broad complex of legal rules, the aim of which is to regulate telecommunication services—the conveyance of signals by means of telecommunication networks; it also covers satellite and space research services. The utmost purpose of these norms is to enable an interference-free transmission of signals, both on a domestic and an international scale. Telecommunication law is composed of three levels of regulations: international, regional, and domestic. The international regulation is performed traditionally by states organized in the International Telecommunication Union on the basis of the ITU Constitution, Convention, and Radio Regulations; trade aspects of telecommunications are regulated by the World Trade Organization. There are several regional cooperation structures dealing with telecommunications; the telecommunication framework of the European Union can serve as an example of a highly harmonized regional regulation based on the Electronic Communication Code. Domestic telecommunication laws are adopted by sovereign states; however, the international rules and regional regulations influence their content and structure. These legal mechanisms are very useful regulatory frameworks that guarantee that telecommunication signals are conveyed to their consumers without administrative and factual obstacles. They have functioned for decades on a pragmatic basis driven mostly by technical and economic needs. [less ▲]

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See detailDaman, Norbert
Zeiss-Zippel, Tina UL

in Anders, Ursula; Nitschke, Alain Roland; Sagrillo, Damien François (Eds.) et al Luxemburger Musiklexikon Band 2 (2021)

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See detailKoenig, Fernand
Zeiss-Zippel, Tina UL

in Anders, Ursula; Nitschke, Alain Roland; Sagrillo, Damien François (Eds.) et al Luxemburger Musiklexikon Band 2 (2021)

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Zeiss-Zippel, Tina UL

in Anders, Ursula; Nitschke, Alain Roland; Sagrillo, Damien François (Eds.) et al Luxemburger Musiklexikon Band 2 (2021)

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See detailKrumlovsky, Claus
Zeiss-Zippel, Tina UL

in Anders, Ursula; Nitschke, Alain Roland; Sagrillo, Damien François (Eds.) et al Luxemburger Musiklexikon Band 2 (2021)

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See detailHoffmann, Julien
Zeiss-Zippel, Tina UL

in Andersen, Katja Natalie; Nitschke, Alain Roland; Sagrillo, Damien François (Eds.) et al Luxemburger Musiklexikon Band 2 (2021)

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See detailArend, Venant
Zeiss-Zippel, Tina UL

in Anders, Ursula; Nitschke, Alain Roland; Sagrillo, Damien François (Eds.) et al Luxemburger Musiklexikon Band 2 (2021)

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See detailAsselborn, Joseph
Zeiss-Zippel, Tina UL

in Anders, Ursula; Nitschke, Alain Roland; Sagrillo, Damien François (Eds.) et al Luxemburger Musiklexikon Band 2 (2021)

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Duhr, Marlène UL; Anders, Ursula UL; Reuter, Caroline

in Sagrillo, Damien François; Anders, Ursula; Nitschke, Alain Roland (Eds.) et al Luxemburger Musiklexikon Online. Komponisten und Interpreten Band I: 1815-1950. Basierend auf der 2. erweiterten Auflage, 2016 (2021)

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See detailPhysically Active and Healthy School, Role of Primary Physical Education Teacher
Scheuer, Claude UL; Heck, Sandra UL

in Peters, Michael A. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Teacher Education (2021)

In times when sedentary lifestyles become more prevalent due to societal changes, establishing physically active and healthy lifestyles is gaining increasing importance. By creating early positive ... [more ▼]

In times when sedentary lifestyles become more prevalent due to societal changes, establishing physically active and healthy lifestyles is gaining increasing importance. By creating early positive experiences for children, especially prior to the age of ten, special attention should be paid to primary schools in order to have a strong influence on the integration of physical activity into the everyday life of every student. Thus, an active school, in which physical activity is placed at its heart, can help establish active and healthy lifestyles and behavior, based on the idea that the best way to increase children’s physical activity is to give them more opportunities to be physically active. This is shown in conceptual frameworks for an Active School, including components such as active breaks and recess; active classroom learning; schoolhouse, schoolyard, and classroom design; active and dynamic sitting; active transport to school; active homework; physical activity-related school events; preschool and after-school clubs and activities; physical education as a learning subject (Scheuer and Bailey 2021). While teacher engagement in general – along with other relevant stakeholders, such as school headteachers, students and their parents – is critical to the successful promotion of physical activity and healthy lifestyle in school settings, teachers teaching physical education should take greater responsibility in this regard for supporting the development of the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values associated with physically active and healthy lifestyles. As a result, these important aspects should also be considered in physical education teacher education. [less ▲]

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See detailBauesch, Roger Auguste
Zeiss-Zippel, Tina UL

in Anders, Ursula; Nitschke, Alain Roland; Sagrillo, Damien François (Eds.) et al Luxemburger Musiklexikon Band 2 (2021)

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See detailSchaeler, Léon
Zeiss-Zippel, Tina UL

in Anders, Ursula; Nitschke, Alain Roland; Sagrillo, Damien François (Eds.) et al Luxemburger Musiklexikon Band 2 (2021)

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See detailStelmes, Norbert
Zeiss-Zippel, Tina UL

in Anders, Ursula; Nitschke, Alain Roland; Sagrillo, Damien François (Eds.) et al Luxemburger Musiklexikon Band 2 (2021)

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See detailIndépendantiste
Erpelding, Michel UL

in Ndior, Valère (Ed.) Dictionnaire de l'actualité internationale (2021)

This short entry analyses the use of the word 'indépendantiste' (pro-independence) in French-language news outlets and its political implications with regard to self-determination movements.

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See detailScientific Creativity in Psychology: A Cognitive-Conative Approach
Kirsch, Christiane; Lubart, Todd; de Vries, Herie et al

in Research Anthology on Rehabilitation Practices and Therapy (2021)

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See detailMixed Courts of the Colonial Era
Erpelding, Michel UL

in Ruiz Fabri, Helene (Ed.) Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law (2021)

This entry provides a detailed and systematic account of mixed courts of the colonial era, which were a form of domestic courts with international participation established between the first half of the ... [more ▼]

This entry provides a detailed and systematic account of mixed courts of the colonial era, which were a form of domestic courts with international participation established between the first half of the nineteenth century and the first half of the twentieth century in non-Western polities. Serving as an alternative to consular jurisdiction in countries where Western states were unwilling to accept the jurisdiction of ordinary local courts over their nationals or their nationals’ interests, these courts blended domestic and international features. [less ▲]

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See detailLuxembourg and the European Union
Harmsen, Robert UL; Högenauer, Anna-Lena UL

in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics (2021)

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See detailMixed Courts of Egypt
Erpelding, Michel UL

in Ruiz Fabri, Helene (Ed.) Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law (2021)

This entry provides a detailed description and assessment of the Mixed Courts of Egypt (1875-1949), the most famous of the mixed courts of the colonial era. Established as an alternative to consular ... [more ▼]

This entry provides a detailed description and assessment of the Mixed Courts of Egypt (1875-1949), the most famous of the mixed courts of the colonial era. Established as an alternative to consular courts, the Mixed Courts of Egypt were formally Egyptian domestic courts, but had a foreign-majority bench and the mission to guarantee the treaty-based rights of foreigners against any possible infringements from the Egyptian State. [less ▲]

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See detailEsclavage (moderne)
Erpelding, Michel UL

in Ndior, Valère (Ed.) Dictionnaire de l'actualité internationale (2021)

This short entry analyses the use of the words 'slavery' and 'modern slavery' by French-language news outlets, comparing this use to the actual evolution of the status of slavery and slavery-related ... [more ▼]

This short entry analyses the use of the words 'slavery' and 'modern slavery' by French-language news outlets, comparing this use to the actual evolution of the status of slavery and slavery-related practices in international law. [less ▲]

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See detailKulturgeschichte, Mentalitätsgeschichte, Psychohistorie, Historische Anthropologie
Priem, Karin UL

in Kluchert, Gerhard; Horn, Klaus-Peter; Groppe, Carola (Eds.) et al Historische Bildungsforschung. Konzepte, Methoden, Forschungsfelder (2021)

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See detailCompetence-Orientation in Teaching Physical Education
Heck, Sandra UL; Scheuer, Claude UL

in Peters, Michael A. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Teacher Education (2020)

In recent years, curriculum development has shifted to competence-oriented approaches in many European countries and beyond. Contents of the respective competence-oriented curricula may vary depending on ... [more ▼]

In recent years, curriculum development has shifted to competence-oriented approaches in many European countries and beyond. Contents of the respective competence-oriented curricula may vary depending on the specific cultural, social and political background, and accordingly also on the individual decision-makers. They may however comprehensively be defined as “a curriculum that emphasizes the complex outcomes of a learning process (i.e. knowledge, skills and attitudes to be applied by learners), rather than mainly focused on what learners are expected to learn about in terms of traditionally defined content” (UNESCO-International Bureau of Education, 2012). Competence-based curricula are thus criteria-based and goals-oriented, flexible and adaptive to students’ and school contexts. They have in common that learning outcomes are considered as an essential evidence of having acquired competencies. Further, they attest to the effectiveness of education systems at delivering quality education and effective learning. What learners can acquire, however, depends not only on a clear definition of intended competencies and learning outcomes. It is also related to questions like how the learning contents are packaged and presented, how they are taught, where they are taught and acquired, how learners are facilitated, and also how their acquisition is verified (UNESCO-International Bureau of Education, 2012). National and regional policies and curricula thus only pave the way to competence-oriented teaching. They can however only be successful if they are accepted and well implemented by the teacher and if they take place in a positive learning environment (UNESCO-International Bureau of Education, 2012). Accordingly, subject didactics in physical education like in any other subject have to cover two roles: contributing to determine educational standards and developing concepts for competence-oriented teaching (Gogoll & Kurz, 2013). Having this double mission in mind, this chapter is opening by exploring what competence-orientation means, first in general and secondly, more specifically, in physical education classes. It continues by transferring the theoretical knowledge into the practical implementation of competence-oriented tasks. To conclude, a critical glance is thrown on the concept of competence-orientation in physical education. [less ▲]

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See detailEuroregion
Evrard, Estelle UL

in Wassenberg, Birte; Reitel, Bernard (Eds.) Critical Dictionary on Cross-Border Cooperation in Europe (2020)

Euroregion (also Euregio, Euroregion, Europaregion) designates a category of territorial organisations gathering subnational public authorities along adjacent national border(s). This community of ... [more ▼]

Euroregion (also Euregio, Euroregion, Europaregion) designates a category of territorial organisations gathering subnational public authorities along adjacent national border(s). This community of interest provides a platform for cross-border exchange along with dialogue and projects between local and/or regional authorities. Its geographical coverage is defined by its members, either based on the extent of cross-border, socio-economic integration or on administrative units. A Euroregion is oriented towards the interests of the cross-border community rather than the interests of each individual member. Its activities are circumscribed to the field of competencies held by its members. A Euroregion therefore does not represent a genuine administrative level. Fields of cooperation cover mostly planning, environment, transport, education, culture. [less ▲]

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See detailRampini, Asca
Thill, Jean UL

in Thill, Jean (Ed.) Luxemburger Musiklexikon (2020)

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See detailHemmer, René
Zeiss-Zippel, Tina UL

in Anders, Ursula; Nitschke, Alain Roland; Sagrillo, Damien François (Eds.) et al Luxemburger Musiklexikon Band 2 (2020)

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See detailEmployment
Pigeron-Piroth, Isabelle UL; Belkacem, Rachid

in Wassenberg, Birte; Reitel, Bernard (Eds.) Critical Dictionary on Borders, Cross-Border Cooperation cooperation and european integration (2020)

In Europe, about two million people work in a different country to the one in which they live (CGET, 2017). This practice of cross-border commuting in Europe has seen a huge growth, increasing three-fold ... [more ▼]

In Europe, about two million people work in a different country to the one in which they live (CGET, 2017). This practice of cross-border commuting in Europe has seen a huge growth, increasing three-fold since 1999 and France represents the primary European country of residence for cross-border commuters (CGET 2017). These flows are simultaneously the manifestation of the many interactions at borders, as well as one of the results of differences due to the borders. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Contribution of New Economic Geography.
Mossay, Pascal; Picard, Pierre M UL

in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Economics and Finance (2020)

New Economic Geography (NEG) provides micro-economic foundations for explaining the spatial concentration of economic activities across regions, cities, and urban areas. The origins of the NEG literature ... [more ▼]

New Economic Geography (NEG) provides micro-economic foundations for explaining the spatial concentration of economic activities across regions, cities, and urban areas. The origins of the NEG literature trace back to trade, location, and urban economics theories. In NEG, agglomeration and dispersion forces explain the existence of spatial agglomerations. A NEG model usually incorporates a combination of such forces. In particular, firm proximity to large markets and the importance of linkages along a supply chain are typical agglomeration forces. Equilibria properties derived from NEG models are very specific to NEG as they involve multiple equilibria and have a very high dependence on changes in parameters. This phenomenon has important implications for the emergence of nations, regions and cities. In particular, high transport costs imply the dispersion of economic activities, while low transport costs lead to their spatial concentration. The same forces that shape inequalities and disparities between regions also shape the internal structure of cities. Firms concentrate in urban centres to gain greater access to larger demand. The empirical literature has developed several approaches that shed light on spatial agglomeration and estimate the role and impact of transport costs on market access. A key empirical research question is whether observed patterns could be explained by location amenities or agglomeration forces as put forward by NEG. Quasi-experimental methodology is frequently used for such a purpose. NEG theory is supported by empirical evidence, demonstrating the role of market access. [less ▲]

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Duhr, Marlène UL; Anders, Ursula UL; Reuter, Caroline

in Luxemburger Musiklexikon Online (2020)

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See detailKAGB
Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas UL; Dornseifer, F.; Emde et al

in KAGB (2020)

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See detailMixed Court of Tangier
Erpelding, Michel UL; Rherrousse, Fouzi

in Ruiz Fabri, Helene (Ed.) Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law (2020)

This entry provides a detailed account and assessment of the Mixed Court of Tangier (1925-1956), a mixed court of the colonial era established in the International Zone of Tangier as a replacement for ... [more ▼]

This entry provides a detailed account and assessment of the Mixed Court of Tangier (1925-1956), a mixed court of the colonial era established in the International Zone of Tangier as a replacement for consular courts. Like the better-known Mixed Courts of Egypt, the Mixed Court of Tangier had the mandate to protect the treaty-based individual rights of foreigners against any infringements by the local authorities. [less ▲]

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See detailNew Institutionalism in Higher Education
Meyer, Heinz-Dieter; Powell, Justin J W UL

in David, Miriam E.; Amey, Marilyn J. (Eds.) SAGE Encyclopedia of Higher Education (2020)

countries. It views educational institutions as a key producer of social cohesion by supplying the shared beliefs that generate shared cultural meanings. To most institutionalists, education (schools ... [more ▼]

countries. It views educational institutions as a key producer of social cohesion by supplying the shared beliefs that generate shared cultural meanings. To most institutionalists, education (schools, colleges, universities, but also home schooling, religious, and informal education) stands out as one of only a handful of key social institutions next to the family, the economy, religion, science, and government. Higher education takes its place in this nexus of institutions, as it globally expands in size and grows in strategic importance. [less ▲]

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See detailLuxembourg: History
Högenauer, Anna-Lena UL

in Western Europe 2021 (2020)

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See detailDispute Resolution in Space
Hofmann, Mahulena UL; Blount, Percy UL

in Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law (2020)

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Krebs, Stefan UL; Tschacher, Werner UL

in Neue Deutsche Biographie, Bd. 27 (2020)

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See detailCimetière
Kmec, Sonja UL

in Publictionnaire. Dictionnaire encyclopédique et critique des publics. (2020)

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See detail"Heldentod" - "Soldatenfriedhof" in Großes Lexikon der Bestattungs- und Friedhofskultur. Wörterbuch zur Sepulkralkultur, Medienkultureller Teil
Janz, Nina UL

in Janz, Nina (Ed.) Großes Lexikon der Bestattungs- und Friedhofskultur. Wörterbuch zur Sepulkralkultur, Medienkultureller Teil: Von Absurdes Theater bis Zombie (2020)

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See detailArbitral Tribunal for Upper Silesia
Erpelding, Michel UL; Irurzun, Fernando

in Ruiz Fabri, Helene (Ed.) Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law (2020)

This entry provides a detailed description and assessment of the Arbitral Tribunal for Upper Silesia, arguably the most sophisticated international court of the interwar period.

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See detailBorders and Migration
Nienaber, Birte UL

in Wassenberg, Birte; Reitel, Bernard (Eds.) Critical Dictionary on Borders, Cross-Border Cooperation and European Integration (2020)

This is a dictionary chapter on border and migration.

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See detailZwischen Konformität und Handlungsmacht: Ein Blick auf die Verarbeitungspraxis von Qualitätsvorgaben in der Offenen Kinder- und Jugendarbeit
Biewers, Sandra UL

in Deinet, Ulrich; Sturzenhecker, Benedikt (Eds.) Handbuch Offene Kinder- und Jugendarbeit (2020)

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See detailSoziale Mobilität
Hadjar, Andreas UL

in Bonvin, Jean-Michel; Maeder, Pascal; Knöpfel, Carlo (Eds.) et al Wörterbuch der Schweizer Sozialpolitik (2020)

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See detailSprechweise – Akzent – Dialekt
Dembeck, Till UL

in Binczek, Natalie; Wirth, Uwe (Eds.) Handbuch Literatur und Audiokultur (2020)

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See detailDiagnostic Competence of Physical Education Teachers
Heck, Sandra UL; Scheuer, Claude UL

in Peters, Michael A. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Teacher Education (2019)

Diagnostic competence is considered as a central aspect of teacher competence. It generally aims at specifying the needs for support and linking them with pedagogical didactical measures (Niederkofler et ... [more ▼]

Diagnostic competence is considered as a central aspect of teacher competence. It generally aims at specifying the needs for support and linking them with pedagogical didactical measures (Niederkofler et al. 2018; Schrader 2013). Facing the heterogeneity of learning groups, teachers’ diagnostic competences in assessing students’ characteristics and potential are becoming increasingly relevant. The ability to judge students’ prerequisites adequately is generally seen as a vital basis for an instruction adapted to students’ abilities. Up to now, diagnostic competences are considered as a core aspect of teachers’ expertise. While diagnostic competence includes measures of diagnostic accuracy, related to level, rank, and differentiation, it is not determined by a single ability. It, for instance, also embraces the judgment of requirements of learning materials as an essential element for initiating successful learning processes. The better the diagnostic competence is, the better the difficulty of tasks and materials are estimated. This is not only relevant for lesson preparation but also during a lesson while judging scenarios adequately and consequently adapting teaching and learning processes (Ohle and McElvany 2015; Schrader 2013). [less ▲]

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See detailAccords internationaux, Compétence et conclusion
Neframi, Eleftheria UL

in Jurisclasseur Fascicule 192-1 (2019)

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See detailEthical Aspects in Teaching Physical Education
Scheuer, Claude UL; Thill, Jean-Luc

in Peters, Michael A. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Teacher Education (2019)

Physical Education in schools can contribute positively to children and young people’s development in many ways. Besides the important contribution that Physical Education has on physical and motor ... [more ▼]

Physical Education in schools can contribute positively to children and young people’s development in many ways. Besides the important contribution that Physical Education has on physical and motor development, it can also be an important vehicle for cognitive, personal, social, and emotional development too. Such development is enhanced through informed thinking, caring, and enlightened Physical Education teaching by teachers who are operating within an ethical framework of good practice. Children and young people, as well as their families, should have every confidence that when in school Physical Education teachers treat learners with respect and understanding. Thus, it is of primordial importance that Physical Education teachers promote good practice and procedures by complying to values-related principles while being ever vigilant and aware of their responsibilities toward the children and young people in their care. In this entry, we explore ethical practice in Physical Education from the perspective of ethical teaching and the role the subject can play in contribution to the development of ethical awareness in children and young people. [less ▲]

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See detailOPCVM
Riassetto, Isabelle UL

in LAMY droit du financement (2019)

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Riassetto, Isabelle UL

in LAMY Droit du financement (2019)

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See detailLes infractions en matière de gestion collective
Riassetto, Isabelle UL

in LAMY Droit pénal des affaires (2019)

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See detailLe manquement aux obligations d''information
Riassetto, Isabelle UL

in LAMY Droit pénal des affaires (2019)

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See detailCross-Cultural Psychogerontology
Albert, Isabelle UL; Tesch-Römer, Clemens

in Gu, Danan; Dupre, Matthew E. (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging (2019)

Population aging is a phenomenon that affects most parts of the world. According to recent data from the World Population Prospects (United Nations 2017), the number of older persons – those aged 60+ – ... [more ▼]

Population aging is a phenomenon that affects most parts of the world. According to recent data from the World Population Prospects (United Nations 2017), the number of older persons – those aged 60+ – has reached 962 million worldwide and is expected to climb to 2.1 billion in 2050. In spite of these general world trends, life expectancies differ still largely, and aging remains a highly diverse experience across the world. While universal developmental tasks are markers for older age in all societies (e.g., becoming a grandparent), expectations with regard to typical life trajectories and the timing of transitions vary. This “social clock” (Neugarten et al. 1965) or “cultural chrononormativity of aging” (Brinkmann and Musaeus 2018) is also expressed in legal regulations and policies (e.g., availability and timing of retirement schemes). Normative and nonnormative life events and their interpretation as on time or off-time might thus be defined very differently depending on the cultural (and historical) context (see also Baltes et al. 1980; Wrosch and Heckhausen 2005). This leads to one of the central questions of cross-cultural aging research: Are aging processes universals across cultures and societies in the Western, Eastern, Northern, and Southern parts of the world – or do aging processes differ between cultures and societies? [less ▲]

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Hesse, Markus UL

in Schwanen, Tim; Van Kempen, Ronald (Eds.) Handbook of Urban Geography (2019)

This chapter takes a critical look at city regions from an urban geography perspective. As subject matter, it first identifies city regions that have evolved through the course of urban growth and ... [more ▼]

This chapter takes a critical look at city regions from an urban geography perspective. As subject matter, it first identifies city regions that have evolved through the course of urban growth and expansion, representing an assemblage of an urban core and associated neighbour cities and suburbs that are functionally linked. Second, it also addresses the specialization of some of these city regions that host advanced services, political functions, higher education infrastructure or gateway functions, which make them being classified as ‘metropolitan’ regions. Further, it emphasizes the processes through which regions are labelled and thus created as metropolitan areas: ‘metropolization’. This labelling includes indicator-based observations, political manifestations and also discursive representations. [less ▲]

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Budach, Gabriele UL

in Tusting, Karin (Ed.) The Routledge Handbook on Linguistic Ethnography (2019)

The text provides an overview of Collaborative Ethnography as a key methodological approach in Linguistic Etnography Research. It discusses definitions, historical perspectives, current issues and ... [more ▼]

The text provides an overview of Collaborative Ethnography as a key methodological approach in Linguistic Etnography Research. It discusses definitions, historical perspectives, current issues and critical debates, key topics and studies in this area, main methdods and questions/perspectives for further research. [less ▲]

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Fletcher; Theobald, Martin UL

in Sakr, Sharif; Zomaya, Albert Y. (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Big Data Technologies (2019)

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Erpelding, Michel UL

in Ruiz Fabri, Helene (Ed.) Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law (2019)

This entry provides a detailed account and assessment of the Upper Silesian Mixed Commission, a quasi-judicial body instituted from 1922 to 1937 between Germany and Poland in a region partitioned between ... [more ▼]

This entry provides a detailed account and assessment of the Upper Silesian Mixed Commission, a quasi-judicial body instituted from 1922 to 1937 between Germany and Poland in a region partitioned between the two states. The Mixed Commission for Upper Silesia offered the most sophisticated mechanism for the protection of minority rights during the Interwar Period. As a predecessor of the European Court of Human Rights, its legacy, especially its case-law on questions such as indirect discrimination, remains relevant today. [less ▲]

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Riassetto, Isabelle UL

in LAMY Droit des sûretés (2019)

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Hu, Adelheid UL

in Huemer, Birgit; Lejot, Eve; Deroey, Katrien (Eds.) Academic writing across languages: multilingual and contrastive approaches in higher education (2019)

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Schulz, André UL

in Wirtz, M. A. (Ed.) Dorsch - Lexikon der Psychologie (2019)

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Schulz, André UL

in Wirtz, M. A. (Ed.) Dorsch - Lexikon der Psychologie (2019)

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Wurm, Susanne; Kornadt, Anna Elena UL

in Danan, Gu; Dupre, Matthew E (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging (2019)

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Schulz, André UL

in Wirtz, M. A. (Ed.) Dorsch - Lexikon der Psychologie (2019)

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Schulz, André UL

in Wirtz, M. A. (Ed.) Dorsch - Lexikon der Psychologie (2019)

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Schulz, André UL

in Wirtz, M. A. (Ed.) Dorsch - Lexikon der Psychologie (2019)

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Schulz, André UL

in Wirtz, M. A. (Ed.) Dorsch - Lexikon der Psychologie (2019)

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Schulz, André UL

in Wirtz, M. A. (Ed.) Dorsch - Lexikon der Psychologie (2019)

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Schulz, André UL

in Wirtz, M. A. (Ed.) Dorsch - Lexikon der Psychologie (2019)

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Schulz, André UL

in Wirtz, M. A. (Ed.) Dorsch - Lexikon der Psychologie (2019)

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Schulz, André UL

in Wirtz, M. A. (Ed.) Dorsch - Lexikon der Psychologie (2019)

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Apelt, Maja; Powell, Justin J W UL

in Apelt, Maja; Bode, Ingo; Hasse, Raimund (Eds.) et al Handbuch Organisationssoziologie (2019)

Justin Powell wurde von Maja Apelt zum Verhältnis der Bildungs- zur Organisationssoziologie interviewt. Konkret geht es um Berührungspunkte von Bil-dungsforschung und Organisationssoziologie, empirische ... [more ▼]

Justin Powell wurde von Maja Apelt zum Verhältnis der Bildungs- zur Organisationssoziologie interviewt. Konkret geht es um Berührungspunkte von Bil-dungsforschung und Organisationssoziologie, empirische und theoretischeLücken der Organisationssoziologie aus Sicht der Bildungsforschung und zu-künftige gemeinsame Fragestellungen. [less ▲]

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Ligeti, Katalin UL

in Brown, Darryl; Iontcheva Turner, Jenia; Weisser, Bettina (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Criminal Process (2019)

This chapter focuses on the place of the public prosecutor in common law and civil law jurisdictions. It first describes the institutional positioning of public prosecutors, particularly vis-à-vis the ... [more ▼]

This chapter focuses on the place of the public prosecutor in common law and civil law jurisdictions. It first describes the institutional positioning of public prosecutors, particularly vis-à-vis the executive power, before discussing their role and powers in regard to the pretrial phase. It then considers the increasing tendency to entrust the public prosecutor with quasi-judicial sanctioning powers in the context of out-of-court procedures (“prosecutorial adjudication”). It also examines the role of specialized law enforcement authorities in the exercise of investigative and prosecutorial functions, coercive measures and the need for judicial authorization, and prosecutorial discretion and alternatives to trial proceedings. Finally, it explains how independence, centralization and decentralization, legality and opportunity of prosecution, and the alternatives to trial proceedings have been translated to the supranational design of the European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO). [less ▲]

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Weth, Constanze UL

in Neef, Martin; Weingarten, Rüdiger (Eds.) Schriftlinguistik (2019)

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Wurm, Susanne; Kornadt, Anna Elena UL

in Danan, Gu; Dupre, Matthew E (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging (2019)

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See detailProposal by the President: Informal compilation of L-documents (Paris Rulebook), 15th December 2018, OXIO 445
Alexandraki, Chrysa UL

in Alexandraki, Chrysa (Ed.) Proposal by the President: Informal compilation of L-documents (Paris Rulebook) (2019)

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Kornadt, Anna Elena UL; Wurm, Susanne

in Danan, Gu; Dupre, Matthew E (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging (2019)

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Kmec, Sonja UL; De Jonge, Léonie

in Hartley, Catherine (Ed.) Western Europe 2020 (2019)

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Sagrillo, Damien UL

in Leersen, Joep (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Romantic Nationalism in Europe, vol. 2 (2018)

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Sagrillo, Damien UL

in Leerssen, Joep (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Romantic Nationalism in Europe, vol. 2 (2018)

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Sagrillo, Damien UL

in Leerssen (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Romantic Nationalism in Europe, vol. 2 (2018)

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Harmsen, Robert UL; Powell, Justin J W UL

in Shin, J.C.; Teixeira, P. (Eds.) Encyclopedia of International Higher Education Systems and Institutions (2018)

Bordered by Belgium, France, and Germany, Luxembourg is one of the three main seats of the European Union’s institutions. The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg sits at the crossroads between Europe’s Germanic and ... [more ▼]

Bordered by Belgium, France, and Germany, Luxembourg is one of the three main seats of the European Union’s institutions. The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg sits at the crossroads between Europe’s Germanic and Francophone language communities. The country has experienced remarkable migratory flows, resulting in an ethnically hyper-diverse and multilingual population. Reflecting this cultural diversity, the educational system at all levels emphasizes language learning. Historically an agrarian society, a century ago it developed a very strong steelmaking industry and over the past decades has witnessed extraordinary growth in its financial services sector. Established to broaden the economic bases of the country, thus reducing overreliance on the steel and banking industries, yet against considerable pecuniary and ideological resistance, the national flagship University of Luxembourg (UL) was founded in 2003 upon initiative of a small group of elite decisionmakers. As a private, government-dependent institution (établissement public) directed by a Board of Governors (Conseil de Gouvernance), the university’s major funding is provided by the state, although its third-party funding has increased rapidly and substantially. Ironically, while spatial mobility is everywhere supported, Luxembourg has invested considerable capital and strategic planning in establishing its own national university. It aims to compete globally by concentrating its intellectual and financial resources and by building on the country’s strengths and priorities. The state took this ambitious step in scientific capacity-building in founding a research-oriented university, in so doing also providing a stay-at-home alternative for Luxembourg’s youth, traditionally educated abroad. The long-standing custom of educating elites in other countries was ostensibly justified by the establishment of cosmopolitan, Europe-wide networks. Today, rising international competition and supranational coordination have increased pressure on Luxembourg to grow its higher education system and thus also foster educational and scientific innovation. The University provides a means to diversify the economy and to integrate citizens from diverse cultural background, while the polity remains dominated by local elites. Oriented towards the Grand Duchy’s unique context—small size, but simultaneously flourishing center of European governance and international business—the University was founded upon the principles of internationality, multilingualism, and interdisciplinarity. [less ▲]

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Van Der Walt, Johan Willem Gous UL

in Sellers, Mortimer; Kirste, Stephan (Eds.) Encyclopedia of the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (2018)

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Riassetto, Isabelle UL

in LAMY Droit du financement (2018)

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Riassetto, Isabelle UL

in LAMY Droit pénal des affaires (2018)

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Riassetto, Isabelle UL

in LAMY Droit du financement (2018)

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Blount, Percy UL

in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Planetary Sciences (2018)

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Van Der Walt, Johan Willem Gous UL; Christodoulidis, Emilios

in Dubber, Markus; Tomlins, Christopher (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Legal History (Oxford Handbooks) (2018)

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Honig, Michael-Sebastian UL

in Otto, Hans-Uwe; Thiersch, Hans; Treptow, Rainer (Eds.) et al Handbuch Soziale Arbeit (2018)

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Hesse, Markus UL

in Handwörterbuch der Stadt- und Raumentwicklung (2018)

Der Beitrag thematisiert Suburbanisierung als ein seit der Nachkriegszeit bestimmendes Element der Raumentwicklung in Deutschland und Mitteleuropa. Dazu werden suburbane Räume als Teil der ... [more ▼]

Der Beitrag thematisiert Suburbanisierung als ein seit der Nachkriegszeit bestimmendes Element der Raumentwicklung in Deutschland und Mitteleuropa. Dazu werden suburbane Räume als Teil der Großstadtregionen behandelt. Neben einem Überblick über den Stand der Forschung zur Suburbanisierung wird ein besonderes Augenmerk auf Fragen von Diskurs, Politik und Planung gelegt. [less ▲]

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Pinto Costa, Andreia UL; Steffgen, Georges UL

in Volkmar, Fred (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders (2018)

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Chilla, Tobias; Schulz, Christian UL

in Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung (Ed.) Handwörterbuch der Stadt‐ und Raumentwicklung (2018)

Die räumliche Entwicklung Luxemburgs ist geprägt von einer hohen sozio-ökonomischen Dynamik mit starken grenzüberschreitenden Verflechtungen. Erst in den vergangenen 15 Jahren etwa ist ein modernes ... [more ▼]

Die räumliche Entwicklung Luxemburgs ist geprägt von einer hohen sozio-ökonomischen Dynamik mit starken grenzüberschreitenden Verflechtungen. Erst in den vergangenen 15 Jahren etwa ist ein modernes Planungssystem etabliert worden, das auf kommunaler wie nationaler Ebene verankert ist. [less ▲]

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Genot, Gilles UL

in Nouvelle biographie nationale (2018)

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