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See detailBorderland Child Heterotopias. A Case Study on the Belgian-German Borderlands
Venken, Machteld UL

in Venken, Machteld; Kaisto, Virpi; Brambilla, Chiara (Eds.) Children, Young People and Borders A Multidisciplinary Outlook (2022)

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See detailIntroduction - Children, Young People and Borders: A Multidisciplinary Outlook
Venken, Machteld UL; Kaisto, Virpi; Brambilla, Chiara

in Venken, Machteld; Kaisto, Virpi; Brambilla, Chiara (Eds.) Children, Young People and Borders: A Multidisciplinary Outlook (2022)

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See detailBorderland Child Heterotopias. A Case Study on the Belgian-German Borderlands
Venken, Machteld UL

in Venken, Machteld; Kaisto, Virpi; Brambilla, Chiara (Eds.) Children, Young People and Borders: A Multidisciplinary Outlook (2022)

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See detailThe Increasingly Differentiated European Single Market?
Howarth, David UL

in Leruth, Benjamin; Gänzle, Stefan; Trondal, Jarle (Eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Differentiation in the European Union (2022)

This contribution explores the range of differentiation in the EU Single Market and, specifically, differentiation created through the varying transposition and implementation of EU Single Market law and ... [more ▼]

This contribution explores the range of differentiation in the EU Single Market and, specifically, differentiation created through the varying transposition and implementation of EU Single Market law and policies and legally entrenched differentiation. Differentiation has in effect contributed to discrimination in the Single Market and has undermined market integration. Enlargement de facto increased soft and instrumental forms of differentiation. However, there is no correlation between the full transposition and implementation of EU legislation and policy and whether the member state is one of the older EU-15 or one of the newer EU-13. Moreover, it is clear from several legislative developments in the 2000s — including the directives on takeovers and energy production and supply, and the use of Enhanced Cooperation provisions on the Financial Transactions Tax (although not implemented) and the Unitary Patent — that the different preferences of the older member states — and notably German and French government preferences rooted in microeconomic interests — have driven legislated and, potentially permanent differentiation. [less ▲]

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See detailContent Management
Zaagsma, Gerben UL

in Zaagsma, Gerben; Noiret, Serge; Tebeau, Mark (Eds.) Handbook of Digital Public History (2022)

The use of content management systems (CMSes) in public history is a relatively new phenomenon that has greatly enhanced the possibilities of presenting, curating and narrating history online. As CMSes ... [more ▼]

The use of content management systems (CMSes) in public history is a relatively new phenomenon that has greatly enhanced the possibilities of presenting, curating and narrating history online. As CMSes have become increasingly powerful and easier to use, they obviate the need for comparatively costlier custom solutions, both in terms of time and financial investment. Archives, libraries, museums, institutions, scholars and educators are making use of CMSes to showcase collections, accompany exhibitions, tell histories online and to build online communities and networks. This chapter discusses how content management systems support these activities and projects while also delving into more technical aspects. In doing so the chapter focuses on open source systems which can be used by any scholar without incurring licensing fees, and are often supported by large user communities. [less ▲]

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See detailIntroduction: Handbook of Digital Public History
Noiret, Serge; Tebeau, Mark; Zaagsma, Gerben UL

in Noiret, Serge; Tebeau, Mark; Zaagsma, Gerben (Eds.) Handbook of Digital Public History (2022)

This handbook provides a systematic overview of the present state of international research in digital public history (DPH). Detailed individual studies by internationally renowned public historians ... [more ▼]

This handbook provides a systematic overview of the present state of international research in digital public history (DPH). Detailed individual studies by internationally renowned public historians, digital humanists and digital historians elucidate central issues in the field and present a critical account of the major public history accomplishments, research activities, practices with the public and of their digital context. The handbook applies an international and comparative public history approach, looks at its historical development, focuses on technical background and on the use of specific digital media, software’s and digital tools. It offers a bibliography adapted to each chapter. The Handbook analyses connections with local communities and different publics worldwide when engaging in digital activities with the past, and indicate directions for future research, practices and teaching activities. Its aim is to delimit the field as it is situated between digital humanities, digital history and public history. [less ▲]

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See detailCybermemorials: Remembrance and Places of Memory in the Digital Age
Camarda, Sandra UL

in Noiret, Serge; Tebeau, Mark; Zaagsma, Gerben (Eds.) Handbook of Digital Public History (2022)

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See detailSocial Media: Snapshots in Public History
Armaselu, Florentina UL

in Zaagsma, Gerben; Noiret, Serge; Tebeau, Mark (Eds.) Handbook of Digital Public History (2022)

This chapter provides an overview of how social media foster the application of public history and communication with the public, and what types of institutions, projects, and communities are involved in ... [more ▼]

This chapter provides an overview of how social media foster the application of public history and communication with the public, and what types of institutions, projects, and communities are involved in the process. Without claiming to be exhaustive or referring to a representative selection, the study is based on an exploration of seventy-three public history websites and the methods they use to engage audiences via social media [less ▲]

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See detailDigital Public History in the United States
Cauvin, Thomas UL

in Tebeau, Mark; Noiret, Serge; Zaagsma, Gerben (Eds.) Handbook of Digital Public History (2022)

Digital history goes, by definition, beyond national frontiers, but can one decipher national specificities in its practices and projects? This chapter explores the birth, development, and ... [more ▼]

Digital history goes, by definition, beyond national frontiers, but can one decipher national specificities in its practices and projects? This chapter explores the birth, development, and institutionalization of digital public history in the United States. Issued from a strong network of digital history practitioners, the success of digital public history in the United States stemmed from its connection with pre-existing public history academic centers and projects. Through projects like the Valley of the Shadow or, later, the 9/11 Digital Archives, digital historians re-imagined the concept of authority and relations with the public. The Center for History and New Media was created by Roy Rosenzweig in 1994 and rapidly became one of the main actors in the move from digital to digital public history. Finally, the chapter explores the future of digital public history in the United States, its institutionalization as a discipline, and its increased focus on user-generated projects. [less ▲]

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See detailDigital Personal Memories: The Archiving of the Self and Public History
Schafer, Valerie UL

in Noiret, Serge; Zaagsma, Gerben; Tebeau, Mark (Eds.) Handbook of Digital Public History (2022)

By providing a facilitated access to data storage, digital technologies seem to make expression and preservation of the self more straightforward. They reconfigure the means and forms of access to data ... [more ▼]

By providing a facilitated access to data storage, digital technologies seem to make expression and preservation of the self more straightforward. They reconfigure the means and forms of access to data, thus also affecting the relationships and participation of individuals in heritagization and history, and potentially impacting historians. This renews questions that scholars already know well, such as the place of memories in the making of history, and that of self-narratives. Examining how “ordinary voices” can/could archive digital/digitized data and documents, this chapter aims at investigating this increased interest in preserving the self and memories, the heritagization of these data, and finally the role played by user-generated contributions in Digital Public History projects and in historical research in general. [less ▲]

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See detailGeneral Principles of Procedural Justice
Demkova, Simona UL; Hofmann, Herwig UL

in Ziegler, Katja S.; Jennings, Sir Robert; Neuvonen, Päivi J. (Eds.) et al Research Handbook on General Principles in EU Law: Constructing Legal Orders in Europe (2022)

This chapter addresses general principles of EU law concerning procedural justice. It does so using two sets of procedural rights: first, the right to good administration, and, second, the right to an ... [more ▼]

This chapter addresses general principles of EU law concerning procedural justice. It does so using two sets of procedural rights: first, the right to good administration, and, second, the right to an effective remedy. These procedural rights are central to ensuring the rule of law in the EU legal system and the accountability of the exercise of public functions in the EU. General principles of EU law within this chapter are understood as principles of constitutional character applicable throughout Union policies. In addition, many specific EU policies are governed by principles, which although general in nature, are applicable only to a specific policy sector. The working definition within this chapter is that only the former are general principles of EU law and not the latter, which are merely ‘principles’. This chapter traces the development and role of procedural principles and rights in the EU in very broad strokes. It does so in three steps: the chapter starts by briefly outlining the scope of application of the procedural general principles of EU law to sketch the depth and breadth of rights protected in this context (Section II). It then undertakes a quantitative assessment of references to procedural rights in the case law of the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) (Section III). The chapter finally concludes by discussing some possible explanations for the rise of procedural rights in EU law as general principles of procedural justice. We discuss how some of the difficulties arising from the existing situation can be remedied by the introduction of an EU regulation on administrative procedures (Section IV). [less ▲]

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See detailLuxembourg-Kirchberg: heading towards the new European city
Hesse, Markus UL

in Briesen, Detlef; Strubelt, Wendelin (Eds.) A New Beginning? Spatial Planning and Research in Europe between 1945 and 1975 (2022)

This chapter explores spatial planning and spatial research in post-World War II Europe from the perspective of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. While spatial planning and, even more so, spatial research ... [more ▼]

This chapter explores spatial planning and spatial research in post-World War II Europe from the perspective of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. While spatial planning and, even more so, spatial research were established in the country only recently, both the Grand Duchy and its capital city have undergone a remarkable trajectory of growth and change over the past decades. Within roughly forty years, a diminutive Luxembourg has almost doubled its population and reached a top position measured by global economic indicators. One of the major sites implicated in this economic success is the Kirchberg Plateau, a 365-hectares area that now hosts the European and banking district and also some components of nationally important infrastructure. Initially agricultural land, it was developed by the central government from the early 1960s. It was mainly designed in the fashion of a modern office town, with high-rises, ‘starchitecture’ and wide boulevards, dedicated to localising employment in future sectors, aimed at compensating for the decline of the country’s once dominant steel industry. Kirchberg provided space for expansion by experimentation, put in place by a state fund through state power and with the ability to expropriate land, offering a blank sheet of territory for development and clearly offering direction and momentum for a new trajectory. This is the known part of Kirchberg. The unknown part is also addressed here: Kirchberg has a pre-1945 history of planning, a dark side related to Nazi occupation and the attempt to “Germanise” Luxembourg’s development and building policies. While initial ideas for development were based on Hubert Ritters Generalbebauungsplan of 1943, and none of these had been implemented, some features laid the ground for the site's development afterwards. And the overall modernist function and layout of the Kirchberg, to become a template post-war European city, still challenge current attempts to further urbanise the site. [less ▲]

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See detailSecondary law provisions on media ownership transparency
Cole, Mark David UL

in Capello, Maja (Ed.) Transparency of media ownership (IRIS Special 2-2021) (2022)

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Cole, Mark David UL

in Capello, Maja (Ed.) La transparence en matière de propriété des médias (IRIS Special 2-2021) (2022)

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Cole, Mark David UL

in Capello, Maja (Ed.) Transparenz von Medieneigentum (IRIS Spezial 2021-2) (2022)

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Cole, Mark David UL

in Capello, Maja (Ed.) Transparency of media ownership (IRIS Special 2-2021) (2022)

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Cole, Mark David UL

in Capello, Maja (Ed.) La transparence en matière de propriété des médias (IRIS Special 2-2021) (2022)

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Cole, Mark David UL

in Capello, Maja (Ed.) Transparenz von Medieneigentum (2022)

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See detailLes règles de transparence en matière de propriété des médias au regard du droit dérivé de l’UE
Cole, Mark David UL

in Capello, Maja (Ed.) La transparence en matière de propriété des médias (IRIS Special 2-2021) (2022)

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Cole, Mark David UL

in Capello, Maja (Ed.) Transparency of media ownership (IRIS Special 2-2021) (2022)

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Cole, Mark David UL

in Capello, Maja (Ed.) Transparenz von Medieneigentum (IRIS Spezial 2021-2) (2022)

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See detailWorkers rights and human rights: toward a new fundamental principle?
Yusifli, Zahra UL; Fenwick, Colin

in Elliott, Kimberly A. (Ed.) Handbook on Globalisation and Labour Standards (2022)

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See detailPhilosophy of Perception & Liberal Naturalism
Raleigh, Thomas UL

in Macarthur, David; De Caro, Mario (Eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Liberal Naturalism (2022)

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See detailThe Humanities und die Rechtsbindung. Über die (de-)rekonstruktive Macht geisteswissenschaftlicher Diskurse
Becker, Katrin UL

in Mein, Georg; Dembeck, Till; Baumann, Isabell Eva (Eds.) The Ends of Humanities - Volume 1: The Ends of the Humanities. Perspectives from the Humanities and the Social Sciences (2022)

Dieser Artikel unternimmt eine abstrakt-funktionale Bestimmung der Rolle der Humanities mit Blick auf das Recht. Davon ausgehend weist er durch einen Blick auf gegenwärtige Tendenzen in den ... [more ▼]

Dieser Artikel unternimmt eine abstrakt-funktionale Bestimmung der Rolle der Humanities mit Blick auf das Recht. Davon ausgehend weist er durch einen Blick auf gegenwärtige Tendenzen in den kulturtheoretischen Wissenschaften deren de-, re- bzw. konstruierender Einfluss auf die Bindung des Subjekts an das Recht bzw. die Bindung des Rechts an ein Fundament nach, das dieses legitimiert. [less ▲]

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See detailNational Reports: Luxembourg
Prüm, André UL; Lupinu, Pier Mario UL

in Bork, Reinhard; Veder, Michael (Eds.) Harmonisation of Transactions Avoidance Laws (2022)

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See detailCombatting Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products: Comparative. Analysis of Law and Practice
Tosza, Stanislaw UL

in Tosza, Stanislaw; Vervaele, John A. E. (Eds.) Combatting Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products (2022)

Illicit production and trade in tobacco products – be they counterfeited cigarettes of major brands, smuggled into or produced within the EU, or tobacco products produced under new labels (so-called cheap ... [more ▼]

Illicit production and trade in tobacco products – be they counterfeited cigarettes of major brands, smuggled into or produced within the EU, or tobacco products produced under new labels (so-called cheap whites) illicitly introduced to the market – jeopardises the goals of tobacco policies and lowers the revenues of the EU and of the national budget. It also fuels organised crime, providing it with – as will be shown below – relatively easy opportunities for lucrative illegal business. This chapter will analyse and synthesise the outcome of the research in this book. Its aim is to show similarities and differences between national approaches and tendencies in enforcement against the illicit trade in tobacco products (ITTP). Furthermore, its objective is to identify positive aspects of the current enforcement practice as well as shortcomings hampering the fight against this phenomenon, resulting in enforcement gaps. [less ▲]

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See detailIntroduction
Tosza, Stanislaw UL; Vervaele, John A. E.

in Tosza, Stanislaw; Vervaele, John A. E. (Eds.) Combatting Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products (2022)

This chapter provides the introduction to the book. It sets out the context of the topic and explains the research presented in this book, the relevant legal framework and institutional actors as well as ... [more ▼]

This chapter provides the introduction to the book. It sets out the context of the topic and explains the research presented in this book, the relevant legal framework and institutional actors as well as the methodology of the research. The chapter explains the structure of the book and provides brief summaries of each chapter. [less ▲]

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See detailTrends and Challenges in Combating Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products in the U.S.
Tosza, Stanislaw UL; Kajić, Matija

in Tosza, Stanislaw; Vervaele, John A. E. (Eds.) Combatting Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products (2022)

Most of the illicit tobacco trade (ITT) in the USA is caused by high tax rates on cigarettes in many states and localities and the availability of much cheaper cigarettes from low tax states and other low ... [more ▼]

Most of the illicit tobacco trade (ITT) in the USA is caused by high tax rates on cigarettes in many states and localities and the availability of much cheaper cigarettes from low tax states and other low-tax jurisdictions, such as Tribal lands or Internet sales from domestic sellers or international sellers (who can evade all U.S. federal, state, local cigarette taxes). This chapter aims to give an account of how the U.S. deals with this and other problems of illicit tobacco trade, including both its successes and its shortcomings. The chapter gives an account of necessary aspects of regulation, and explains the enforcement side, including policy, applicable law, and agency involvement. Particular attention is paid to central challenges of U.S. efforts to fight the ITT, including prioritisation of ITT in comparison to other criminal activities, data on ITT related criminal activity, track and trace systems, and coordination among responsible agencies and levels of government. [less ▲]

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See detailL'IA applicata all'analisi dei metadati: un'alternativa alla rottura della crittografia per le autorità di contrasto alla criminalità
Neroni Rezende, Isadora; Chiara, Pier Giorgio UL

in Brighi, Raffaella (Ed.) Nuove Questioni di Informatica Forense (2022)

This paper explores the normative challenges of digital security technologies i.e., end-to-end (E2E) encryption and metadata analysis, in particular in the context of law enforcement activities. Internet ... [more ▼]

This paper explores the normative challenges of digital security technologies i.e., end-to-end (E2E) encryption and metadata analysis, in particular in the context of law enforcement activities. Internet of Things (IoT) devices embedded in smart environments (e.g., smart cities) increasingly rely on E2E encryption in order to safeguard the confidentiality of information and uphold individuals’ fundamental rights, such as privacy and data protection. In November 2020, the Council of the EU published a resolution titled “Encryption – Security through encryption and security despite encryption”. The resolution seeks to ensure the ability of security and criminal justice authorities to access data in a lawful and targeted manner. Nonetheless, in the context of pre-emptive surveillance and criminal investigations, E2E encryption renders the analysis of the content of communications extremely challenging or practically impossible, even when access to data could be lawful. Here, two different layers of complexity seem to emerge. They concern: (i) whether a balance between the values protected by E2E encryption and the aims of law enforcement can be attained; (ii) whether state-of-the-art AI models can preserve the advantages of E2E encryption, allowing for inferences of valuable information from communication traffic, with the aim of detecting possible threats or illicit content. Against this backdrop, we firstly examine whether AI algorithms, such as Machine Learning and Deep Learning, might be part of the solution, especially when it comes to data-driven and statistical methods for applying classification in encrypted communication traffic so as to infer sensitive information about individuals. Secondly, we consider the possible uses of AI tools in the analysis of IoT-generated data in smart cities scenarios, focusing on metadata analysis. We explore whether that AI-based classification of encrypted traffic can circumscribe the scope of law enforcement monitoring operations, in compliance with the European surveillance case-law. Finally, as far as our research focus is concerned, we discuss how the use of AI bears the potential of smoothing traditional trade-offs between security and fundamental rights, allowing for encrypted traffic analysis without breaking encryption. [less ▲]

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See detailRegionalgeschichte als Nationalgeschichte. Traditionen, Institutionen und Perspektiven in Luxemburg
Pauly, Michel UL

in Hirbodian, Sigrid; Jörg, Christian; Wegner, Tjark (Eds.) Zwischen Region, Nation und Europa. Landesgeschichte in europäischer Perspektive (2022)

Der Beitrag erläutert Entstehung und Entwicklung der landesgeschichtlichen Forschung in Luxemburg seit dem 19. Jahrhundert, präsentiert die entsprechrenden Institutionen bis hin zur Gründung einer ... [more ▼]

Der Beitrag erläutert Entstehung und Entwicklung der landesgeschichtlichen Forschung in Luxemburg seit dem 19. Jahrhundert, präsentiert die entsprechrenden Institutionen bis hin zur Gründung einer Universität (2003) und versucht ausländische Einflüsse zu identifizieren sowie Zukunftsperspektiven zu skizzieren. [less ▲]

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See detailDer stumme Chor des Volkes. Populistische Repräsentation im Classical Hollywood
Pause, Johannes UL

in Dembeck, Till; Forhmann, Jürgen (Eds.) Die Rhetorik des Populismus und das Populäre. Körperschaftsbildungen in der Gesellschaft (2022)

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See detailIst individuelle Diagnostik im Schulmonitoring möglich? Neue Methoden versprechen einen diagnostischen Mehrwert der Épreuves Standardisées
Sonnleitner, Philipp UL

in Georges, Carrie; Hoffmann, Danielle; Hornung, Caroline (Eds.) et al LEARN Newsletter - Editioun 2022 (2022)

Das durch den Fonds National de la Recherche (FNR) geförderte Forschungsprojekt FAIR-ITEMS (C19/SC/13650128) am Luxembourg Centre for Educational Testing (LUCET, lucet.uni.lu) Untersucht aktuell ... [more ▼]

Das durch den Fonds National de la Recherche (FNR) geförderte Forschungsprojekt FAIR-ITEMS (C19/SC/13650128) am Luxembourg Centre for Educational Testing (LUCET, lucet.uni.lu) Untersucht aktuell, inwieweit die ÉpStan im Bereich Mathematik zusätzliche diagnostische Informationen über die SchülerInnen liefern könnten. Da die Tests dabei mehr leisten sollen, wird zusätzliche Expertise bei der Erstellung, als auch bei der Auswertung mithilfe neuester psychometrischer Methoden angewandt. [less ▲]

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See detailBig Data and the Future of the Humanities.
Baumann, Isabell Eva UL; Mein, Georg UL

in Baumann, Isabell Eva; Dembeck, Till; Mein, Georg (Eds.) The Ends of Humanities (2022)

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See detailExperimental Studies on Subjective Views of Aging: Overview, Challenges, and Future Directions
Wahl, Hans-Werner; Kornadt, Anna Elena UL

in Diehl, Manfred; Palgi, Yuval; Shrira, Amit (Eds.) Subjective Views of Aging: Theory, Research, and Practice (2022)

A major body of evidence points to the significant associations between views on aging (VoA) and key developmental outcomes, such as health and well-being. While much of this evidence comes from ... [more ▼]

A major body of evidence points to the significant associations between views on aging (VoA) and key developmental outcomes, such as health and well-being. While much of this evidence comes from longitudinal studies, research on VoA has also been strongly experimental since its inception. Our chapter aims to provide an overview about the major lines of prior experimental research on VoA and by this means derive its role for present and future VoA research overall. We first offer an organizing scheme for the existing body of experimental work on VoA. We arrive at the conclusion that previous experimental research on VoA with older adults has been conducted in a broad range of studies with different dependent variables and experimental manipulations, showing the importance of VoA and their impact on a wide range on phenomena. We then go into more detail of VoA research that has been done in the past decade. Here, our conclusion is that recent experimental research on VoA is taking up societal challenges, such as the aging workforce, older people in the health care system, and stereotype threat elicited by digital technologies. At the same time, current VoA research is adding to the differentiation of established effects in the prior literature as well as helped to identify moderating and contextual conditions not considered previously. We end with a set of recommendations for future experimental VoA research including strengthening the needed liaison with other research formats. [less ▲]

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See detailFinancial Services Law
Bodellini, Marco UL

in The Oxford Handbook of International Trade Law (2022)

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See detailZielkonflikte zwischen Lernen und Freizeit
Hofer, Manfred; Fries, Stefan; Grund, Axel UL

in Reinders, Heinz; Bergs-Winkels, Dagmar; Prochnow, Annette (Eds.) et al Empirische Bildungsforschung: Eine elementare Einführung (2022)

Häufig wollen junge Menschen lernen und gleichzeitig etwas anderes tun, das für sie wichtig ist. Sie müssen sich dann für eine der beiden Handlungen entscheiden. Es stellt sich die Frage, ob Anreize der ... [more ▼]

Häufig wollen junge Menschen lernen und gleichzeitig etwas anderes tun, das für sie wichtig ist. Sie müssen sich dann für eine der beiden Handlungen entscheiden. Es stellt sich die Frage, ob Anreize der nicht-gewählten Handlung die Ausübung der gewählten Lern- oder Freizeithandlung im Hinblick auf kognitive und motivationale Aspekte stören (motivationale Interferenz). Es wird auch nach Bedingungen und Folgen dieser Erscheinung gefragt und es werden Maßnahmen zur Minimierung von Zielkonflikten und zur Herstellung einer ausgewogenen Zeitverteilung auf Tätigkeiten in verschiedenen Lebensbereichen vorgeschlagen. [less ▲]

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See detailWhat is subjectivation? Key concepts and proposals for further research
Traue, Boris UL; Pfahl, Lisa

in Bosancic, Sasa; Brodersen, Folke; Pfahl, Lisa (Eds.) et al Following the subject. Grundlagen und Zugänge empirischer Subjektivierungsforschung - Foundations and Approaches of Empirical Subjectivation Research (2022)

The concept of ‘subjectivation’ is commonly used in the social sciences and humanities, but its meaning is often less than clear. The paper disambiguates different uses of subjectivation in ... [more ▼]

The concept of ‘subjectivation’ is commonly used in the social sciences and humanities, but its meaning is often less than clear. The paper disambiguates different uses of subjectivation in poststructuralist sociology and interpretative sociology by showing how they draw from the terminologies of subjectivity subjection, and subjectness. A relational framework for the study of subjectivation is introduced, highlighting conceptual concerns in subjectivation research: affectivity, materiality, and agency, which together allow the authors to focus on a concept of the “subject of rights”. [less ▲]

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See detailHow Subjectivation (Analysis) Works. Reconstructing Intersections of Educational Discourse and Biographical Transitions
Pfahl, Lisa; Traue, Boris UL

in Bosancic, Sasa; Brodersen, Folke; Pfahl, Lisa (Eds.) et al Following the Subject Grundlagen und Zugänge empirischer Subjektivierungsforschung - Foundations and Approaches of Empirical Subjectivation Research (2022)

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See detail« [I]l faut chercher sa force dans la célébrité ». Figurations et reconfigurations de la force au féminin dans l’œuvre de Germaine de Staël
Saintes, Laetitia UL

in Ferry, Ariane; Provini, Sandra; Pouyaud, Stéphane (Eds.) et al La force des femmes hier et aujourd'hui (2022)

Figure pionnière de la pensée libérale et de la théorie littéraire, Germaine de Staël peine à cacher ses réticences envers un pouvoir consulaire dont elle pressent les penchants autoritaristes. Cela lui ... [more ▼]

Figure pionnière de la pensée libérale et de la théorie littéraire, Germaine de Staël peine à cacher ses réticences envers un pouvoir consulaire dont elle pressent les penchants autoritaristes. Cela lui vaut, en 1803, un exil à quarante lieues de Paris – au grand dam de l’écrivaine, confondue face à « cette inconcevable rigueur contre une femme qui a peut-être quelque force dans l’esprit, mais beaucoup de faiblesse dans le caractère ». Cette formule montre bien, dans l’espace intime par essence qu’est la correspondance, la tension à l’œuvre chez Staël entre la force et la faiblesse assignées au féminin selon les circonstances. À la force de l’esprit s’oppose en effet la force de Napoléon, « puissant des puissants » dont le pouvoir « dissipe, non le sentiment, mais la résistance. » Or Staël peut opposer à cette force capable de « l’anéantir » un pouvoir inaliénable, jusque dans l’exil : celui de la « vraie pensée », qui « est de l’âme et de la force ». C’est qu’il y a « une force dans le vrai qui est tout à fait indestructible », lorsque Napoléon « n’[a] que la toute-puissance pour asile ». Ce refuge de la pensée doit beaucoup à la renommée qui lui permet de rayonner : « Quand on ne peut plus trouver son repos dans l’obscurité, il faut chercher sa force dans la célébrité. » C’est précisément cette réflexion sur la façon dont le je staëlien réinvente et se réapproprie la force que nous entendons mener à la lumière de l’œuvre de l’écrivaine. [less ▲]

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Allegrezza, Silvia UL

in Haentjiens, Matthias; Haentjiens, Rijnhard; Crijns, Jan (Eds.) Th e Enforcement of EU Financial Law (2022)

The Article describes the complexity of the EU anti-money laundering franework involving administrative and criminal law

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See detailSubjektivierungsforschung als Gesellschaftsanalyse. Eine Einführung
Bosančić, Saša; Brodersen, Folke; Pfahl, Lisa et al

in Bosančić, Saša; Brodersen, Folke; Pfahl, Lisa (Eds.) et al Following the Subject Grundlagen und Zugänge empirischer Subjektivierungsforschung - Foundations and Approaches of Empirical Subjectivation Research (2022)

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See detailDECENTRALISED AUTONOMOUS ORGANISATIONS: A REGULATORY PERSPECTIVE
Bodellini, Marco UL

in Financial Technology and Digital Commercial Law (2022)

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See detailDigital Hermeneutics: The Reflexive Turn in Digital Public History?
Fickers, Andreas UL

in Zaagsma, Gerben; Noiret, Serge; Tabeau, Mark (Eds.) Handbook of Digital Public History (2022)

The digital – be it in forms of data, infrastructures, or tools – interferes atall levels in the practice of doing public history. This chapter argues that digitalpublic historians have to reflect more ... [more ▼]

The digital – be it in forms of data, infrastructures, or tools – interferes atall levels in the practice of doing public history. This chapter argues that digitalpublic historians have to reflect more deeply on the epistemological consequencesof their digital practices. It proposes the concept of “digital hermeneutics” as a conceptual framework for this reflection. As a “hermeneutics of in-betweenness,” digital hermeneutics investigates the trading zone of digital public history where new digital methods and approaches meet disciplinary traditions and epistemic cultures of history. [less ▲]

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See detailUnfolding the museum space with or without augmented reality
Blanc, Mathias UL; Bayle, Laettia; Bremard, Nicolas et al

in Yamazaki, Keiichi; Björk, Tove; Chen, Haiyin (Eds.) et al Collaborative Constructions of Arts with Audience II (2022)

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See detailLes principes généraux du droit comme éléments de l’ordre juridique luxembourgeois
Kinsch, Patrick UL

in Liber amicorum Xavier Dieux (2022)

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See detailThe Challenge of Defining, Measuring, and Overcoming In-Work Poverty in Europe: An Introduction
Ratti, Luca UL; Garcia Munoz Alhambra, Manuel Antonio UL; Vergnat, Vincent

in Ratti, Luca (Ed.) In-Work Poverty in Europe. Vulnerable and Under-represented Persons in a Comparative Perspective (2022)

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See detailLittérature cheche style? Le cas de la littérature luxembourgeoise plurilingue ders années 1980-1990
Glesener, Jeanne UL

in Dirkx (Ed.) Le Nationalisme en littérature (III). Écritures "françaises" et nations européennes dans la tourmente (1940-2000) (2022)

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See detail„Das Schaufenster der Freiheit“ Aussicht und Urbanisierung in Batty Webers Abreisskalender in den 1920er Jahren
Millim, Anne-Marie UL

in Pauly, Michel (Ed.) Geschichte der Stadt Luxemburg in 100 Objekten (2022)

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See detailMapping knowledge and perceptions of language: societal multilingualism and its socio-pragmatic grounding
Purschke, Christoph UL; Schmalz, Mirjam

in Jucker, Andreas; Hausendorf, Heiko (Eds.) Pragmatics of Space (2022)

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See detailResearch on Meaning Making in Luxembourgish Primary Science Education: Implications of a Space-Time-Analysis
Andersen, Katja Natalie UL

in Siry, Christina; Schreiber, Catherina; Gomez Fernandez, Roberto (Eds.) et al Critical methodologies for researching teaching and learning (2022)

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See detailThe Origins and Contemporary Development of Work-Based Higher Education in Germany: Lessons for Anglophone Countries?
Graf, Lukas; Powell, Justin J W UL

in Knight, Elizabeth; Bathmaker, Ann-Marie; Moodie, Gavin (Eds.) et al Equity and Access to High Skills through Higher Vocational Education (2022)

Today, higher education is typically seen as offering the most assured pathways to secure careers and low unemployment rates. Yet, increasingly some groups, not least higher education graduates and their ... [more ▼]

Today, higher education is typically seen as offering the most assured pathways to secure careers and low unemployment rates. Yet, increasingly some groups, not least higher education graduates and their families paying ever-higher tuition fees, question the taken-for-granted contributions higher education makes to individuals and society as a whole. Despite decades of mass higher education expansion, even societies with strong systems continue to struggle to achieve their goal of universalizing participation and equalizing access. While in part this is due to limited public or corporate funding for (affordable) study opportunities, differentiated systems, such as in the US, also lack policy coordination and effective governance, providing a surfeit of options. While participation rates have climbed worldwide, higher education systems continue to produce winners (“insiders”) and losers (“outsiders”), even as the “schooled society” shifts the occupational structure upward. Market-oriented higher education systems face increasing privatization, which also involves financializing university governance. Many states have retrenched investments that had once underwritten universities’ flourishing and their moves toward massification. Tensions have deepened over who should pay for rising costs, exacerbated in an era of increasing status competition via higher education. In the face of such challenges globally, which alternatives exist? A prominent possibility, pioneered in Germany in the 1970s, are “dual study” programs offered by several organizational forms, from vocational academies to universities of applied sciences. Such hybrid programs fully integrate phases of higher education study and paid work in firms. Another potential advantage of apprenticeship training being offered in conjunction with higher education is that this would boost the reputation of apprenticeships overall. The German experience indicates that the attractiveness of the apprenticeship training system as a whole can be bolstered when it offers a viable pathway also for those individuals with a traditional university entrance certificate. If these students seriously consider and choose advanced work-based higher education, this may well increase the standing of apprenticeship training among students, their families, and employers. Thus, dual study programs provide an innovative model for policymaking and implementation. Especially when considering strategies to improve skill formation overall, to reduce the costs individuals must bear in attaining higher education, and to improve the fit between the expectations of employers and potential employees regarding skill formation, dual study programs excel. The origins and contemporary developments in work-based higher education in Germany offer lessons and inspiration for Anglophone countries, with their strong and differentiated higher education systems, to further bolster study programs coordinated with firms. [less ▲]

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See detailLuxemburger als Söldner in der globalen militärischen Arbeitswelt - eine Notiz zum 19. Jahrhundert
Kolnberger, Thomas UL

in Kolnberger, Thomas; Niederkorn, Benoit (Eds.) Militärgeschichte Luxemburgs. Grundzüge einer transnationalen Entwicklung von Militär, Krieg und Gesellschaft (2022)

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Majerus, Benoît UL

in Poutrin, Isabelle; Lusset, Elisabeth (Eds.) Dictionnaire du fouet et de la fessée. Corriger et punir (2022)

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See detailFatih Akıns Weltkino : Transkulturalität in "Gegen die Wand" und "Auf der anderen Seite"
Kohns, Ayça; Kohns, Oliver UL

in Glesener, Jeanne; Kohns, Oliver (Eds.) Weltliteratur und kleine Literaturen (2022)

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See detailRefining Weakly-Supervised Free Space Estimation Through Data Augmentation and Recursive Training
Robinet, François UL; Frank, Raphaël

in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (2022)

Free space estimation is an important problem for autonomous robot navigation. Traditional camera-based approaches rely on pixel-wise ground truth annotations to train a segmentation model. To cover the ... [more ▼]

Free space estimation is an important problem for autonomous robot navigation. Traditional camera-based approaches rely on pixel-wise ground truth annotations to train a segmentation model. To cover the wide variety of environments and lighting conditions encountered on roads, training supervised models requires large datasets. This makes the annotation cost prohibitively high. In this work, we propose a novel approach for obtaining free space estimates from images taken with a single road-facing camera. We rely on a technique that generates weak free space labels without any supervision, which are then used as ground truth to train a segmentation model for free space estimation. We study the impact of different data augmentation techniques on the performances of free space predictions, and propose to use a recursive training strategy. Our results are benchmarked using the Cityscapes dataset and improve over comparable published work across all evaluation metrics. Our best model reaches 83.64% IoU (+2.3%), 91.75 Precision (+2.4%) and 91.29% Recall (+0.4%). These results correspond to 88.8% of the IoU, 94.3% of the Precision and 93.1% of the Recall obtained by an equivalent fully-supervised baseline, while using no ground truth annotation. Our code and models are freely available online. [less ▲]

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See detailWhat the D does to history. Das digitale Zeitalter als neues historisches Zeitregime?
Fickers, Andreas UL

in Karoline, Döring; Stefan, Haas; Mareike, König (Eds.) et al Digital History Konzepte, Methoden und Kritiken Digitaler Geschichtswissenschaft (2022)

The digital interferes in multiple ways in our current day practice of history. This article argues that it not only impacts the way we search, store, analyze, and visualize historical sources and how we ... [more ▼]

The digital interferes in multiple ways in our current day practice of history. This article argues that it not only impacts the way we search, store, analyze, and visualize historical sources and how we tell our stories, but the dynamic, real-time, and connected nature of digital research infrastructures and the Internet has a deep influence on how we think about history. As a new temporal regime, the digital age shapes our memory practices and changes the way we imagine and experience the past. By mobilizing the concept of digital hermeneutics, the chapter proposes a conceptual framework that helps to understand the various interferences of the „D“ and to use the critical potential of humanities to deconstruct and contextualize our data-driven present. [less ▲]

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See detailSystemübergänge. Von linker Theorie, rechtem Populismus und leeren Signifikanten
Mein, Georg UL

in Dembeck, Till; Fohrmann, Jürgen (Eds.) Die Rhetorik des Populismus und das Populäre. Körperschaftsbildung in der Gesellschaft (2022)

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See detailVom Kontingent des Deutschen Bundes zur bewaffneten Macht eines neutralen Kleinstaates: Luxemburgs Militär 1830 bis 1881
Kolnberger, Thomas UL

in Kolnberger, Thomas; Niederkorn, Benoit (Eds.) Militärgeschichte Luxemburgs. Grundzüge einer transnationalen Entwicklung von Militär, Krieg und Gesellschaft (2022)

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See detailLanguage policies in the STE(A)M subjects: Inclusion, exclusion and abjection
Andersen, Katja Natalie UL; Bagger, Anette

in Karpava, Sviatlana (Ed.) Multilingualism, Multiculturalism and Inclusive Education (2022)

Language policies are of increasing importance in STEM teaching and learning in school systems, considering the increasing number of pupils who speak other family languages than the teaching language. The ... [more ▼]

Language policies are of increasing importance in STEM teaching and learning in school systems, considering the increasing number of pupils who speak other family languages than the teaching language. The latest PISA results as well as national testings (cf. LUCET & SCRIPT, 2021) have shown that pupils with family languages others than the school language tend to underperform in the STEM subjects. The combination of language policies, the global testing industry and the role of STEM subjects in school systems have been shown to undermine the inclusion of all pupils, especially in regards to language backgrounds. There are signs of systematic exclusion being the result of this. In this chapter we will display the language policies in two national contexts, the Swedish and the Luxembourgish ones, and specifically display issues of in(ex)clusion in relation to multilingualism in STEM teaching. The research question that guides this comparative and problematising endeavor is: What kinds of language policies appear in the STEM subjects and what processes of inclusion, exclusion and abjection does this enhance? The methodology builds on Popkewtiz’s (2013; 2014) approach on politics of schooling. Hence, policy texts are understood as inscription devices that attribute terms, possibilities and characteristics to different kinds of people (Hacking, 1999) and therefore produce norms that function to include social groups while others are absent by omission (Popkewitz, 2013; Valero, 2017). This chapter will unravel such in(ex)clusion processes and abjections by advocating discourse analysis aiming to examine laws and regulations on language use in STEM subjects in Sweden and Luxembourg for indications regarding the discourse on in(ex)clusion. Our results show, first, that different language and multilingualism policies become visible in the STEM documents which exist in the two national contexts. Secondly, this chapter discusses what impacts these policies have on matters of inclusion, exclusion or abjection in STEM teaching contexts at primary schools. [less ▲]

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See detailDie Luxemburger Miliz im Militär des Königreiches der Vereinigten Niederlande (1815-1830/39)
Kolnberger, Thomas UL

in Niederkorn, Benoit; Kolnberger, Thomas (Eds.) Militärgeschichte Luxemburgs. Grundzüge einer transnationalen Entwicklung von Militär, Krieg und Gesellschaft (2022)

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See detailMental Health and Well-Being in Adolescence: The Role of Child Attachment and Parental Reflective Functioning
Decarli, Alessandro; Pierrehumbert, Blaise; Schulz, André UL et al

in Heinen, Andreas; Samuel, Robin; Vögele, Claus (Eds.) et al Wohlbefinden und Gesundheit im Jugendalter (2022)

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Garcia Munoz Alhambra, Manuel Antonio UL

in Ratti, Luca (Ed.) In-Work Poverty in Europe. Vulnerable and Under-represented Persons in a Comparative Perspective (2022)

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See detailOptionalisierung als Selbstoptimierung – Genese und Kritik einer Programmatik der Lebensführung
Traue, Boris UL

in Eulenbach, Marcel (Ed.) Selbstoptimierung – theoretische und empirische Erkundungen (2022)

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See detailNeo-institutional Approaches to Understanding How Higher Education Transforms Society and the World of Work
Fernandez, Frank; Powell, Justin J W UL

in Côté, James; Pickard, Sarah (Eds.) Routledge Handbook of the Sociology of Higher Education (2022)

The strong growth of higher education and its role as an institution have contributed to the creation of a schooled society, a world in which our daily lives, organizations, politics, and economies are ... [more ▼]

The strong growth of higher education and its role as an institution have contributed to the creation of a schooled society, a world in which our daily lives, organizations, politics, and economies are affected by systems of education. Neo-institutional and comparative perspectives facilitate our understanding of the global transition from elite to mass to universal higher education driving the global knowledge society. Higher-education systems respond to diverse stakeholders even as they (re)shape the experiences, expectations, and demands of society. Education is not merely responsive to other institutions, such as economies and governments, but rather transforms the very nature of work and social life. Using neo-institutional theorizing, we explain broad global patterns, such as the emergence of higher education as a core social institution. This institution, in turn, has influenced societies by encouraging greater emphasis on science production, thereby enabling the scientization of social problems and facilitating the spread of cultural values around equality. Simultaneously, myriad differences and disparities between countries and among social groups persist. Finally, neo-institutional theorizing may usefully inform future research to study the evolution of schooled societies worldwide. [less ▲]

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See detailBedrohte Sieger. Populismus und Glaubenskrieg im Rolandslied des Pfaffen Konrad
Bendheim, Amelie UL

in Dembeck, Till; Fohrmann, Jürgen (Eds.) Die Rhetorik des Populismus und das Populäre. Körperschaftsbildungen in der Gesellschaft (2022)

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Heinen, Andreas UL; Samuel, Robin UL; Vögele, Claus UL et al

in Heinen, Andreas; Samuel, Robin; Vögele, Claus (Eds.) et al Wohlbefinden und Gesundheit im Jugendalter (2022)

Wohlbefinden und Gesundheit im Kindheits- und Jugendalter haben in den vergangenen Jahren in der sozialwissenschaftlichen Forschung an Bedeutung gewonnen. Im Vordergrund steht dabei vor allem die ... [more ▼]

Wohlbefinden und Gesundheit im Kindheits- und Jugendalter haben in den vergangenen Jahren in der sozialwissenschaftlichen Forschung an Bedeutung gewonnen. Im Vordergrund steht dabei vor allem die Erforschung der Bedingungsfaktoren für die Entwicklung eines „guten“ Wohlbefindens und einer „guten“ Gesundheit bei Kindern und Jugendlichen. Die verschiedenen Fachdisziplinen beschäftigen sich mit Fragen zu Wohlbefinden und Gesundheit von Jugendlichen aus ihrer jeweiligen Perspektive. [less ▲]

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See detailInclusive cultures in science education: the case of science learning in Luxembourg
Andersen, Katja Natalie UL; Battello, Nadia; Trap, Guillaume

in Andersen, Katja Natalie; Ferreira da Silva, Brigida Ticiane; de Moraes Novais, Valéria Silva (Eds.) Educação, cultura e inclusão: contextos internacionais e locais (2022)

The publication of the National Action Plans for People with Disabilities (LE GOUVERNEMENT DU GRAND-DUCHÉ DE LUXEMBOURG, 2016; MINISTÈRE DE LA FAMILLE, DE L’INTÉGRATION ET À LA GRANDE RÉGION, 2020) set ... [more ▼]

The publication of the National Action Plans for People with Disabilities (LE GOUVERNEMENT DU GRAND-DUCHÉ DE LUXEMBOURG, 2016; MINISTÈRE DE LA FAMILLE, DE L’INTÉGRATION ET À LA GRANDE RÉGION, 2020) set the political stage for strategies to intensify inclusion in Luxembourg. One area of focus is the right to education for people with disabilities, with the aim of fully developing the personality of all learners, their talents and creativity as well as their mental and physical abilities. This implies offering tasks and materials that take into account the learners’ diverse competencies, experiences, backgrounds, languages and ways of thinking and enable them to acquire knowledge on different learning paths and with diverse learning objectives. In other words, according to the action plans, inclusive education means offering learning opportunities that address the learners at their individual level of competence and support them in their learning linguistically, cognitively and practically. The informal learning setting of the Luxembourg Science Center with its interactive and hands-on activities enables learning at different levels of competence, in different languages and with an orientation toward practical applications. Based on several examples, this chapter discusses how the political intentions called for in the Luxembourg Action Plans for Inclusion can be put into practice. In a first step, the chapter reviews the Luxembourg Action Plans for the implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and identifies actions that support the development of an inclusive culture in science learning for children and youth. Secondly, using selected activities of the Luxembourg Science Center, approaches are outlined for an inclusive education system in science learning that enables the learners to participate in experimentation and to access scientific content. Building on the selected examples, inclusive science learning is described as a process in which learners develop competencies in science through experimenting with materials and through the exchange with others in a way that is sensitive to diversity. This chapter discusses the implications of such an inclusion-sensitive science education in a theoretical (Section 2) and applied (Section 3) reflection, using the informal learning sector as an example. The concluding discussion (Section 4) summarizes the opportunities and difficulties of inclusive science learning, showing that informal and formal education settings complement each other to form a full picture of inclusive science learning. [less ▲]

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See detailDie zwei Geister des Präsidenten. Lincoln-Mythos und politische Theologie im Hollywood-Kino während der Great Depression: Gabriel over the White House (1933)
Pause, Johannes UL

in Gradinari, Irina; Niehaus, Michael (Eds.) Störung, Verunsicherung, Destabilisierung: Filmanalysen (2022)

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Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in Kubis, Sebastian (Ed.) Ius Vivum: Kunst - Internationales - Persönlichkeit. Festschrift fïr Haimo Schack zum 70 Geburstag (2022)

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See detailDer Schellenbaum: Standarte der preußischen Schutzmacht in Luxemburg (1814/15-1867)
Kolnberger, Thomas UL

in Kolnberger, Thomas; Niederkorn, Benoit (Eds.) Militärgeschichte Luxemburgs. Grundzüge einer transnationalen Entwicklung von Militär, Krieg und Gesellschaft (2022)

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See detailFremdplatzierte Kinder und Jugendliche in luxemburgischen Institutionen: Befunde und Erleben von Betroffenen
Clees, Elisabeth UL; Steffgen, Georges UL

in Heinen, Andreas; Samuel, Robin; Vögele, Claus (Eds.) et al Wohlbefinden und Gesundheit im Jugendalter - Theoretische Perspektiven, empirische Befunde und Praxisansätze (2022)

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See detailAuftritt des Kollektivs. Theatrale Chöre in populistischer Perspektive
Bloch, Natalie UL

in Fohrmann, Jürgen; Dembeck, Till (Eds.) Die Rhetorik des Populismus und das Populäre. Körperschaftsbildungen in der Gesellschaft (2022)

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See detailKant et la métaphysique non scientifique
Heidemann, Dietmar UL

in Kant - ontologie et métaphysique: sources, transformations et héritages (2022)

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See detailChapter 8: Tokenization and Regulatory Compliance for Art and Collectible Markets: From Regulators' Demands for Transparency to Investors' Demands for Privacy
Barbereau, Tom Josua UL; Smethurst, Reilly UL; Sedlmeir, Johannes et al

in Lacity, Mary; Treiblmaier, Horst (Eds.) Blockchains and the Token Economy: Studies in Theory and Practice (2022)

Art and collectibles markets tend to involve lower liquidity and higher fees than public equity markets. Distributed ledger technology can tokenize artworks and collectibles, so that claims to these ... [more ▼]

Art and collectibles markets tend to involve lower liquidity and higher fees than public equity markets. Distributed ledger technology can tokenize artworks and collectibles, so that claims to these assets can be exchanged digitally without intermediaries. Tokenization offers investors access to a global market plus a digitized paper trail, as well as new options for the fractional ownership of artworks, art-collateralized loans, and yield-bearing art assets. The main challenge for tokenization researchers and platform developers is to simultaneously satisfy regulators’ demands for transparency and auditability as well as art investors’ demands for privacy. New technological solutions are required that enable market participants to disclose the absolute minimum amount of information that is required by regulators. We explore new concepts from distributed ledger technology, cryptography, and digital identity management that can help address this challenge. [less ▲]

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See detailQuelques remarques sur la notion de sécurité juridique dans la tradition de Common Law
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in Cerqueira, Gustavo; Fulchiron, Hugues; Nord, Nicholas (Eds.) “Insécurité Juridique” – L’émergence d’une notion ? (2022)

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Majerus, Benoît UL

in Poutrin, Isabelle; Lusset, Elisabeth (Eds.) Dictionnaire du fouet et de la fessée. Corriger et punir (2022)

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See detailInternationale Disability Studies
Biermann, Julia; Powell, Justin J W UL

in Waldschmidt, Anne (Ed.) Handbuch Disability Studies (2022)

Der Beitrag zeichnet internationale Entwicklungen in den Disability Studies nach. Aufgrund der Bedeutung für die Entstehung und weltweite Verbreitung des multidisziplinären Forschungsfelds liegt der Fokus ... [more ▼]

Der Beitrag zeichnet internationale Entwicklungen in den Disability Studies nach. Aufgrund der Bedeutung für die Entstehung und weltweite Verbreitung des multidisziplinären Forschungsfelds liegt der Fokus auf den englischsprachigen Diskursen. Skizziert werden drei historische Phasen: die Etablierung der Disability Studies in den 1970er und 1980er Jahren, die Ausdifferenzierung in den 1990er und 2000er Jahren sowie die Pluralisierung seit den 2010er Jahren. [less ▲]

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Schulz, Christian UL; Lange, Bastian; Hülz, Martina et al

in Lange, Bastian; Hülz, Martina; Schmid, Benedikt (Eds.) et al Post-Growth Geographies. Spatial Relations of Diverse and Alternative Economies (2022)

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See detailTwo models of critique of metaphysics: Kant and Hegel
Heidemann, Dietmar UL

in Metaphysics as a Science in Classical German Philosophy (2022)

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See detailDas Neue in der Kritik der reinen Vernunft
Heidemann, Dietmar UL

in Immanuel Kant 1724–2024. Ein europäischer Denker, (2022)

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Sieburg, Heinz UL

in Dembeck, Till; Fohrmann, Jürgen (Eds.) Die Rhetorik des Populismus und das Populäre. Körperschaftsbildungen in der Gesellschaft (2022)

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Dörry, Sabine; Schulz, Christian UL

in Lange, Bastian; Hülz, Martina; Schmid, Benedikt (Eds.) et al Post-Growth Geographies. Spatial Relations of Diverse and Alternative Economies (2022)

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See detailUngleichheiten in schulischen Gesundheitsproblemen und subjektivem Wohlbefinden bei luxemburgischen Grund- und Sekundarschüler/innen
Hadjar, Andreas UL; de Moll, Frederick UL

in Heinen, Andreas; Samuel, Robin; Willems, Helmut Erich (Eds.) et al Wohlbefinden und Gesundheit im Jugendalter. Theoretische Perspektiven, empirische Befunde und Praxis (2022)

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See detailVom Parnassus, kulturellen Heiligen und einem Fuchs - (Kreative) Rezeptionsprozesse von Weltliteratur in der luxemburgischsprachigen Literatur
Glesener, Jeanne UL

in Glesener, Jeanne; Kohns, Oliver (Eds.) Weltliteratur und kleine Literaturen (2022)

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See detailThe growth fixation of the European Union. A commentary on the draft Green Deal
Schulz, Christian UL

in Lange, Bastian; Hülz, Martina; Schmid, Benedikt (Eds.) et al Post-Growth Geographies. Spatial Relations of Diverse and Alternative Economies (2022)

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See detailreprésentations (fictives) d'un petit milieu littéraire: le cas de la littérature luxembourgoise
Glesener, Jeanne UL

in Glesener, Jeanne; Bisenius-Penin, Carole (Eds.) Le milieu littéraire et ses représentations (2022)

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See detailSubjectivation à deux - Paare als Kollektivsubjekt
Tröndle, Judith UL

in Bosančić, Saša; Brodersen, Folke; Pfahl, Lisa (Eds.) et al Positioning the subject. Perspektiven der Subjektivierungsforschung. (2022)

Subjectivation has become central in the field of social, cultural and educational studies to examine the effects of power on the individual. However, there is a lack of theorizing subjectivation ... [more ▼]

Subjectivation has become central in the field of social, cultural and educational studies to examine the effects of power on the individual. However, there is a lack of theorizing subjectivation concerning not only individuals, but collectives. In this article the concept of the 'couple' regarding subjectivation will be examined. Furthermore, an empirical approach will be presented, exemplified by a study on double-income-couples with a child categorized as disabled. The findings highlight the interdependencies and contradictions that arise in the subjectivation of two individuals addressed as a couple [less ▲]

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See detailDigitalität
Fickers, Andreas UL

in Sabrow, Martin; Saupe, Achim (Eds.) Handbuch Historische Authentizität (2022)

Wurde die „Aura des Authentischen“ von Martin Sabrow als „Mythos der Moderne“ bezeichnet, so ließe sich die Aura des Virtuellen als Mythos des digitalen Zeitalters qualifizieren (Sabrow 2016, 30). Die ... [more ▼]

Wurde die „Aura des Authentischen“ von Martin Sabrow als „Mythos der Moderne“ bezeichnet, so ließe sich die Aura des Virtuellen als Mythos des digitalen Zeitalters qualifizieren (Sabrow 2016, 30). Die massenhafte Digitalisierung von historischen Zeugnissen und deren online-Verfügbarkeit im Internet hat der Sehnsucht nach dem Authentischen, dem Ursprünglichen oder dem Echten eine neue Wende beschert. Auch wenn der Begriff der Digitalität explizit auf die Verschränkung und Vernetzung analoger und digitaler Techniken und Lebenswelten verweist (Stalder 2016), dominiert im allgemeinen Sprachgebrauch die Gleichsetzung des Digitalen mit dem „Nicht-Materiellen“, dem „Virtuellen“ und damit „Nicht-Realen“. Die Allgegenwart des Digitalen – sowohl materiell (etwa in Form von Smartphones oder Tablets) als auch symbolisch (d.h. als gesellschaftlich dominante sozio-technische Imagination) – verstärkt die Sehnsucht nach dem vermeintlich Authentischen, sei es im Bereich der Kultur, der Technik oder der historischen Erfahrung. Der Übergang vom „age of scarcity“ zum „age of abundance“ (Rosenzweig 2003) hat selbst auf populärkultureller Ebene zu einer Renaissance des Analogen geführt – „retromania“ und „technostalgia“ sind zu Schlagworten dieser Bewegung avanciert (Reynolds 2011; Boym 2002). Ziel dieses Beitrages ist es, den Begriff der Authentizität als relationalem Konzept (Saupe 2017, 62) auf den Gegenstand der Digitalität zu übertragen, der sich selbst durch die Dualität von digitaler Materialität und dem Digitalen als symbolische Form kennzeichnet. Im Bereich des Symbolischen muss die Frage nach der Authentizität des Digitalen in der Tradition der heuristischen und epistemologischen Debatten um „Wahrheit“, „Glaubwürdigkeit“ und „Originalität“ von historischen Quellen oder Zeugnissen verortet werden. Dagegen müssen Fragen der materiellen Authentizität, also nach „Echtheit“, „Integrität“, „Exaktheit“ oder „Beständigkeit“ im Zeichen von technischen Authentifizierungsprozessen und institutionellen Authentisierungsdiskursen diskutiert werden. Beide Dimensionen sollen im Folgenden kurz skizziert werden, um anschließend auf Fragen der Bedeutung des Digitalen für die historische Imagination und Erfahrung sowie der Aura digitaler Repräsentationen von Vergangenheit einzugehen. [less ▲]

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See detailWeltliteratur und kleine Literaturen : Zur Einleitung
Glesener, Jeanne UL; Kohns, Oliver UL

in Glesener, Jeanne; Kohns, Oliver (Eds.) Weltliteratur und kleine Literaturen (2022)

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See detailKafka für die Bühne. "Das Schloss" in der Dramatisierung von Max Brod
Heimböckel, Dieter UL

in Heimböckel, Dieter; Höhne, Steffen; Weinberg, Manfred (Eds.) Interkulturalität, Übersetzung, Literatur. Das Beispiel der Prager Moderne (2022)

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See detailCybermobbing und die gesundheitlichen Folgen für Kinder und Jugendliche
Steffgen, Georges UL; Böhmer, Matthias UL

in Heinen, Andreas; Samuel, Robin; Vögele, Claus (Eds.) et al Wohlbefinden und Gesundheit im Jugendalter - Theoretische Perspektiven, empirische Befunde und Praxisansätze (2022)

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See detailRapport aux oeuvres et orientation des regards d'élèves en situation de visite scolaire au musée : une approche visuelle
Blanc, Mathias UL

in Jonchery, Anne; Octobre, Sylvie (Eds.) L'éducation artistique et culturelle. Une utopie à l'épreuve des sciences sociales (2022)

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See detailLe principe de coopération loyale
Neframi, Eleftheria UL

in Jean Bernard Auby, Jacqueline Dutheil de la Rochère (Ed.) Traité de droit administratif européen (2022)

Etude du rôle du principe de coopération loyale, en tant que principe distinct des principes spécifiques qui régissent l’administration indirecte

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See detailA Concept of the Public Function in EU Law?
Hofmann, Herwig UL; Hiry, Jasmin UL

in Gamero Casado, Eduardo (Ed.) Administrative Public Power: A Comparative Analysis in European Legal Systems (Öffentliche Verwaltung, Public Function, Puissance Publique, Potestà Amministrativa, Potestad Administrativa, Władza Publiczna) (2022)

In national legal systems, the concepts of ‘public power’ and ‘public function’ are central components of public law in general and of administrative law specifically. Yet the question arises whether the ... [more ▼]

In national legal systems, the concepts of ‘public power’ and ‘public function’ are central components of public law in general and of administrative law specifically. Yet the question arises whether the European Union (EU), as a system with special attributes not unlike a federal constitutional structure, does have a concept of the public power - in the sense of a ‘puissance publique’, ‘los poderes públicos’, ‘öffentliche Gewalt’ or an ‘openbaar gezag’? From this arises another question, would it be possible to identify a specific administrative function within the EU’s wider public function? And, can we differentiate and conceptualise such public function as opposed to the private sphere of exercise of powers? In an attempt to answer these questions, this chapter develops and defines the notion of the public function as requiring the conferral of a public power which obliges acting in the public interest. We address the fact that the public function of EU law so described applies both to the legislative and to the administrative powers of the EU. This distinguishes EU law from that of several states within the Union. It is against this background, that we then explore two particularities of the public function in EU administrative law – (1) its ‘organization’ as well as (2) its limits. To that end, we will focus on the reality that in the EU’s multi-level structure much of the administrative implementation of EU law takes place by Member State bodies, often in close cooperation within networks of national and European administrations as well as private parties. The limits of the administrative function will in turn be explored by reviewing the limits of delegating such functions within the EU. [less ▲]

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See detailWorld Literature and the Re-Invention of the Novel : Orhan Pamuk's "The Museum of Innocence"
Kohns, Oliver UL

in Glesener, Jeanne; Kohns, Oliver (Eds.) Weltliteratur und kleine Literaturen (2022)

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Wollschläger, Rachel UL; Esch, Pascale UL; Keller, Ulrich UL et al

in Heinen, Andreas; Samuel, Robin; Vögele, Claus (Eds.) et al Wohlbefinden und Gesundheit im Jugendalter (2022)

Formal education is a very important, time-intensive, and highly consequential aspect of adolescents’ everyday life. School as well as education can influence adolescents’ well-being in both the short ... [more ▼]

Formal education is a very important, time-intensive, and highly consequential aspect of adolescents’ everyday life. School as well as education can influence adolescents’ well-being in both the short- and long-term. In return, adolescents’ well-being in- and outside school may affect their educational achievement. The objective of the present study is to investigate how self-reported dimensions of adolescents’ subjective well-being (SWB) in an educational context (i.e., academic self-concept, school anxiety, social and emotional inclusion) relate to educational pathways (regular vs. irregular school transitions; attendance of more vs. less prestigious secondary school tracks) and standardized assessment scores in key academic areas (i.e., mathematics and languages). Drawing on representative data emerging from the Luxembourg School Monitoring Programme “Épreuves Standardisées” (academic year 2018/2019), the relationship between academic achievement and students’ self-reported well-being was analysed cross-sectionally for the entire student cohorts of 5th and 9th graders. Result indicated that grades and educational pathways affect SWB, whereby in general lower ratings of SWB were observed in older students, students that experienced grade retention and students in lower secondary school tracks. Furthermore, ratings of SWB explained a significant proportion of variance in academic achievement in bot Grade 5 and Grade 9. These findings highlight the importance of student´ SWB in education. SWB may not only affect academic achievement, but also impact motivation and engagement and hence long-term educational success. Implications of the findings for research and educational debate are discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailLe Duché de Luxembourg sur la "route espagnole" (16e et 17e siècles). Pour une histoire sociale des armées.
Weis, Monique UL

in Kolnberger, Thomas; Niederkorn, Benoît (Eds.) Militärgeschichte Luxemburgs. Grundzüge einer transnationalen Entwicklung von Militär, Krieg und Gesellschaft. Histoire militaire du Luxembourg. Principales caractéristiques d'un développement transnational de l'armée, de la guerre et de la société. (2022)

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See detailDas Volksschulwesen in Mettendorf.
Lenz, Thomas UL

in Villa Medona. (2022)

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