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See detailCultural Factors Currently Affecting Inclusive Practice – Europe
Heck, Sandra UL; Fitzgerald, Hayley; Solenes, Oskar et al

in Heck, Sandra; Block, Martin (Eds.) Inclusive Physical Education around the World: Origins, Cultures, Practices (2019)

This chapter presents a brief comparison of inclusive practice in physical activity and education from four European national/regional perspectives – the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy and Norway ... [more ▼]

This chapter presents a brief comparison of inclusive practice in physical activity and education from four European national/regional perspectives – the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy and Norway/Scandinavia. The contributions are unified in as much as they suggest a common sense of purpose and philosophy; that difference should be recognized and welcomed and accommodation through changes in policy and practice put in place to ensure a broad and balanced physical education and sport experience for all young people. The UK section wrestles with the issue that terminology around inclusion has inhibited a clear direction but also emphasizes the significant role played by education in driving change. The section on Germany further reinforces the crucial importance of embedding inclusive practice in the education context but also highlights the variations in policy that can be endemic in a federal system. The Italy and Norway/Scandinavia contributions show how declarations agreed at international level can influence policy and affect practice on the ground in markedly different ways; in both, a focus on the needs of the individual is key. Whatever the approach, in all cases inclusion is primarily viewed as a fundamental human right. [less ▲]

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See detailLe débat sur l’interruption de grossesse (1978). « Bien-être » de la femme ou crime contre la « vie naissante » et la nation ?
Kmec, Sonja UL

in Frieseisen, Claude; Jungblut, Marie-Paule; Pauly, Michel (Eds.) … La volonté de la Chambre qui est la volonté du pays … Un florilège de débats parlementaires luxembourgeois (1848-2008) (2019)

This article offers a close reading of the parliamentary debates of July and October 1978, regarding the partial liberalisation of abortion in Luxembourg. It highlights rhetorical strategies and ... [more ▼]

This article offers a close reading of the parliamentary debates of July and October 1978, regarding the partial liberalisation of abortion in Luxembourg. It highlights rhetorical strategies and underlying moral, ethical and ideological lines of argumentation of MPs in a key legislation of the Liberal-Socialist coalition of the late 1970s. [less ▲]

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See detailNew Trends in Observer-based Control: An Introduction to Design Approaches and Engineering Applications, Chapter 13: Observer-based Event-triggered Attack-Tolerant Control Design for Cyber-physical Systems
Bezzaoucha, Souad UL; Voos, Holger UL

in New Trends in Observer-based Control: An Introduction to Design Approaches and Engineering Applications, Chapter 13: Observer-based Event-triggered Attack-Tolerant Control Design for Cyber-physical Systems (2019)

In the following chapter, we first introduce an appropriate model associating paradigms from control theory and computer science (system subject to both physical attacks and sensors/actuators attacks via ... [more ▼]

In the following chapter, we first introduce an appropriate model associating paradigms from control theory and computer science (system subject to both physical attacks and sensors/actuators attacks via the connected network, i.e., false-data injection attacks on actuators/sensors). Then, inspired by a combination between the classical fault-tolerant control (FTC) approach and the event-triggered control, an observer-based attack-tolerant control solution is proposed. The aim of our work is, first, to establish theoretical foundations for the development of model-based monitoring and attack-tolerant control for reliable deployment of a large number of advanced Cyber-Physical Systems. [less ▲]

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See detailThe discourse structure of literature review paragraphs: a multilingual study
Deroey, Katrien UL; Huemer, Birgit UL; Lejot, Eve UL

in Schreibwissenschaft (2019)

This paper examines literature reviews in 12 master’s dissertations written in German, English and French. Specifically, we analysed the discourse structure of 155 paragraphs to assess the extent to which ... [more ▼]

This paper examines literature reviews in 12 master’s dissertations written in German, English and French. Specifically, we analysed the discourse structure of 155 paragraphs to assess the extent to which students manage to write a coherent review combining literature reports with their own ‘voice’. The study was motivated by the design of a multilingual academic writing course at the University of Luxembourg Language Centre. The analysis distinguished three main discourse elements, nl. report, discussion and text orientation. The data reveal considerable variation in the frequency with which these combine to form different paragraph types. However, in all three languages, report discourse uses the same quotation and reformulation strategies and tends to employ ‘list’ structures with few cohesive links. Discussion elements are generally not elaborated and the writer’s voice is weak. Text organization uses the same linguistic strategies and is mainly used to orientate readers rather than to summarize or signal transitions. Pedagogical implications for multilingual academic writing courses are discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailLe discours de Charles-Mathias Simons du 23 octobre 1856 : une première théorisation du monisme avec primauté du droit international
Heuschling, Luc UL

in Frieseisen, Claude; Jungblut, Marie-Paule; Pauly, Michel (Eds.) La volonté de la Chambre qui est la volonté du pays. Un florilège de débats parlementaires luxembourgeois (1848-2008) (2019)

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See detailEU agencies going global
Hofmann, Herwig UL; Vos, Ellen; Chamon, Merijn

in Hofmann, Herwig (Ed.) The External Dimension of EU Agencies and Bodies (2019)

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See detailMiFID/MiFIR – cross-border activity of investment firms and European passport (Art. 33-38 MiFID and Art. 46 – 49 MiFIR)
Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas UL

in Lehmann/Kumpan (Ed.) European Financial Services Law (2019)

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See detailZusammengesetztes Graphem
Weth, Constanze UL

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

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Weth, Constanze UL

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

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See detailSozialpsychologische Mechanismen im AfD-Wahlprogramm erkennen: Ein Workshop gegen den Rechts-Populismus
Emslander, Valentin UL; Leistikow, Helen; Bolli, Swantje

in Walther, Eva; Isemann, Simon D. (Eds.) Die AfD – psychologisch betrachtet (2019)

Seit ihrer Gründung zieht die Partei Alternative für Deutschland eine immer größere Wählerschaft an. Sie stellt sich selbst als Protestpartei dar, die für die wahren Bedürfnisse der Bürger*innen eintrete ... [more ▼]

Seit ihrer Gründung zieht die Partei Alternative für Deutschland eine immer größere Wählerschaft an. Sie stellt sich selbst als Protestpartei dar, die für die wahren Bedürfnisse der Bürger*innen eintrete und diese gegen das Establishment und Minderheiten verteidige. Doch was steht hinter den rechtspopulistischen Inhalten, die die Partei vermittelt? Welche Strategien verwendet die AfD um Bürger*innen anzuziehen? Und wie kann man sich diesen erwehren und auch andere zum reflektierten Umgang mit den Parteiinhalten bewegen? Um diese Fragen zu beantworten, wird in diesem Kapitel nach einer kurzen Einleitung zum Thema Populismus ein Workshop vorgestellt, der Menschen für die sozialpsychologischen Mechanismen, die im Wahlprogramm der Alternative für Deutschland wirken, sensibilisieren soll. [less ▲]

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See detailCreditor Protection in Private Companies - the Luxembourg Experience
Corbisier, Isabelle UL

in Bruloot, Diederik (Ed.) Belgian and European Perspectives on Creditor Protection in Closed Companies (2019)

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See detailLuxatlas - Vorstellung des Forschungsprojektes und Zielsetzung
Uhrmacher, Martin UL; Kass, Steve UL

in Uhrmacher, Martin; Kass, Steve (Eds.) Luxatlas.lu - Digitaler und interaktiver historischer Stadtatlas Luxemburgs (2019)

Seit Ende 2016 widmet sich das universitäre Forschungsprojekt VILLUX X in Zusammenarbeit mit der Stadt Luxemburg der Erstellung eines digitalen historischen Atlas. Dieser zeigt auf der Webseite http://www ... [more ▼]

Seit Ende 2016 widmet sich das universitäre Forschungsprojekt VILLUX X in Zusammenarbeit mit der Stadt Luxemburg der Erstellung eines digitalen historischen Atlas. Dieser zeigt auf der Webseite http://www.luxatlas.lu die städtische Entwicklung Luxemburgs seit Beginn des 19. Jahrhunderts in Form von digitalen und interaktiven Karten. In mehreren Zeitschnitten ab den 1820er Jahren lassen sich die tiefgreifenden Wandlungsprozesse der Stadt und ihr Wachstum interaktiv nachvollziehen: Von der engen Festungsstadt des frühen 19. Jahrhunderts bis zur großflächigen, internationalen Metropole des 21. Jahrhunderts. [less ▲]

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See detailEqualization Taxes and the EU's 'Digital Services Tax'
Kofler, Georg; Sinnig, Julia UL

in Haslehner, Werner; Kofler, Georg; Pantazatou, Aikaterini (Eds.) et al Tax and the Digital Economy - Challenges and Proposals for Reform (2019)

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See detailDie Rolle von Sport und Bewegung für die körperliche und psychische Gesundheit.
Vögele, Claus UL

in Schneider, Silvia; Margraf, Jürgen (Eds.) Lehrbuch der Verhaltenstherapie, Band 3: Psychologische Therapie bei Indikationen im Kindes- und Jugendalter (2019)

Physical activity plays an important role in children’s growth and development. Understanding why a child is active or inactive is, therefore, essential for prevention of and intervention in childhood ... [more ▼]

Physical activity plays an important role in children’s growth and development. Understanding why a child is active or inactive is, therefore, essential for prevention of and intervention in childhood obesity. This narrative review provides an up-to-date summary of the literature pertaining to biological, psychosocial and environmental factors affecting young children’s acquisition of physical activity behaviour. Physical activity-related traits are characterized by familial aggregation and influenced by genetic factors. Nevertheless, the genetic contribution to physical activity shows increasing expression with age, supporting the need for interventions in early childhood. In addition to genetic factors, a range of psychosocial and environmental factors that are associated with physical activity in children have been identified: boys are more active than girls, and children with active parents tend to be more active. Overall physical activity support provided by parents predicts children’s organized physical activity. Perceived road safety and threat posed by strangers are major causes of parental anxiety in relation to their children’s safety in the neighbourhood. Programmes designed to increase physical activity should promote the importance of physical activity to parents. In addition, improving perceived safety may help to ease parental restriction of their children's active transport and physical activity. [less ▲]

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See detailThe quality of experience of students with and without special educational needs in everyday life and when relating to peers (Reprint)
Zurbriggen, Carmen UL; Venetz, Martin; Hinni, Chantal

in Schwab, Susanne; Nel, Mirna; Hellmich, Frank (Eds.) Social participation of students with special educational needs in mainstream education (2019)

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See detailExecutive Discretion in the EU and the Outer Boundaries of Law
Mendes, Joana UL

in Mendes, Joana (Ed.) Eu Executive Discretion and the Limits of Law (2019)

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See detailFraming EU Executive Discretion in EU Law
Mendes, Joana UL

in Mendes, Joana (Ed.) EU Executive Discretion and the Limits of Law (2019)

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See detailDaPIS: an Ontology-Based Data Protection Icon Set
Rossi, Arianna UL; Palmirani, Monica

in Peruginelli, Ginevra; Faro, Sebastiano (Eds.) Knowledge of the Law in the Big Data Age (2019)

Privacy policies are known to be impenetrable and lengthy texts that are hardly read and poorly understood. This is why the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) introduces provisions to enhance ... [more ▼]

Privacy policies are known to be impenetrable and lengthy texts that are hardly read and poorly understood. This is why the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) introduces provisions to enhance information transparency including icons as visual means to clarify data practices. However, the research on the creation and evaluation of graphical symbols for the communication of legal concepts, which are generally abstract and unfamiliar to laypeople, is still in its infancy. Moreover, detailed visual representations can support users’ comprehension of the underlying concepts, but at the expense of simplicity and usability. This Chapter describes a methodology for the creation and evaluation of DaPIS, a machine-readable Data Protection Icon Set that was designed following human-centered methods drawn from the emerging discipline of Legal Design. Participatory design methods have ensured that the perspectives of legal experts, designers and other relevant stake- holders are combined in a fruitful dialogue, while user studies have empirically determined strengths and weaknesses of the icon set as communicative means for the legal sphere. Inputs from other disciplines were also fundamental: canonical principles drawn from aesthetics, ergonomics and semiotics were included in the methodology. Moreover, DaPIS is modeled on PrOnto, an ontology of the GDPR, thus offering a comprehensive solution for the Semantic Web. In combination with the description of a privacy policy in the legal standard XML Akoma Ntoso, such an approach makes the icons machine-readable and automatically retrievable. Icons can thus serve as information markers in lengthy privacy statements and support an efficient navigation of the document. In this way, different representations of legal information can be mapped and connected to enhance its comprehensibility: the lawyer-readable, the machine-readable, and the human-readable layers. [less ▲]

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See detailResearch into Parliamentary Administartions in EU Affairs: Quo vadis?
Högenauer, Anna-Lena UL

in Poirier, Philippe; Farhat, Nadim (Eds.) Démocratie(s), Parlementarisme(s) et Légitimité(s) (2019)

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See detailWie? Warum? Oder warum nicht? Mobilitätsfelder sowie Motivationen und Barrieren für Jugendmobilität in Europa
Hemming, Karen; Kmiotek-Meier, Emilia Alicja UL; Schlimbach, Tabea et al

in Forum Jugendarbeit International 2016–2018 (Internationale Jugendarbeit – Zugänge, Barrieren und Motive) (2019)

Auslandserfahrungen sind nicht nur eine Möglichkeit, auf kulturelle Entdeckungsreise zu gehen. Sie gelten auch als Chance für junge Menschen, zu lernen und sich persönlich und beruflich weiterzuentwickeln ... [more ▼]

Auslandserfahrungen sind nicht nur eine Möglichkeit, auf kulturelle Entdeckungsreise zu gehen. Sie gelten auch als Chance für junge Menschen, zu lernen und sich persönlich und beruflich weiterzuentwickeln. Entsprechend wird Jugendmobilität in der Jugendarbeit große Aufmerksamkeit geschenkt. Auch die Länder, die die Jugendlichen entsenden oder aufnehmen, können dabei profitieren – aber auf unterschiedliche Weise. Zu welchem Zweck gehen junge Menschen ins Ausland? Was motiviert sie dabei? Welche Barrieren müssen sie dafür überwinden? Welche Rolle spielt der familiäre Bildungshintergrund der Jugendlichen? Diese Fragen werden mit Fokus auf länderspezifische Unterschiede auf der Datenbasis des europäischen Forschungsprojekts MOVE untersucht, in das Wissenschaftler(innen) aus sechs europäischen Ländern involviert waren. Die Grundlage bildet zunächst eine Ländertypologie, die Humankapitalbewegungen durch Auslandsaufenthalte abbildet, welche je nach Mobilitätsfeld eher dem Sende- oder Empfängerland zugutekommen. Sie weist europäische Länder vier Typen zu: Mobilitätsförderern, Mobilitätsverlierern, Mobilitätsgewinnern und Mobilitätsverwertern. Besonders erstere und letztere sind gut für eine kontrastierende, ländervergleichende Betrachtung geeignet. Mobilitätsförderer sind Länder, deren junge Menschen im europäischen Ausland arbeiten, die aber selbst kein wichtiges Zielland für europäische Jugendliche sind (z.B. Ungarn und Rumänien). Mobilitätsverwerter sind attraktive Zielländer sowohl für kurz- als auch langfristige Mobilitäten und weisen damit bezüglich der Generierung und Verwertung von Humankapital ein ausgeglichenes Konto auf (z.B. Norwegen, Luxemburg und Deutschland). In einem kontrastierenden Vergleich werden Motivationen und Barrieren für Auslandsaufenthalte im Zusammenhang mit dem Bildungshintergrund junger Menschen aus Mobilitätsförder- und Mobilitätsverwerterländern analysiert. Hierfür werden die Individualdaten eines Onlinesurveys mit 18-29-Jährigen (N=4.719) aus Deutschland, Luxemburg, Norwegen, Ungarn und Rumänien den beiden Ländertypen zugeordnet und verglichen. [less ▲]

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See detailMutation Testing Advances: An Analysis and Survey
Papadakis, Mike UL; Kintis, Marinos UL; Zhang, Jie et al

in Advances in Computers (2019)

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See detailImpulsivity and Binge Drinking: A Neurocognitive Perspective (chapter 35)
Maurage, Pierre; Lannoy, Séverine; Naassila, Mickael et al

in Preedy, Victor R. (Ed.) Neuroscience of Alcohol (2019)

Binge drinking (BD), an alcohol-consumption pattern characterized by frequent alternations between intense intakes and withdrawal periods, is a widespread habit in youth. It has been shown that BD is ... [more ▼]

Binge drinking (BD), an alcohol-consumption pattern characterized by frequent alternations between intense intakes and withdrawal periods, is a widespread habit in youth. It has been shown that BD is linked to impairments in psychological, cognitive, and cerebral abilities. Previous studies notably underlined that impulsivity-related mechanisms might play a pivotal role in the emergence and maintenance of BD. This chapter underlines the importance of impulsivity in BD, by proposing a literature review organized around a theoretical framework distinguishing four impulsivity subcomponents (urgency, lack of premeditation, lack of perseverance, and sensation seeking) and by identifying the (neuro-)psychological and cerebral correlates of each subcomponent. Then, the main challenges for future research are discussed, particularly underlining the need for a multidisciplinary approach to explore the links between impulsivity and other cognitive factors, the causal relationships between BD and impulsive subcomponents, and the interindividual variations of impulsive tendencies in BD. [less ▲]

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See detail"Italienische" Fußballvereine in Luxemburg zwischen Mythos und Realität. Am Beispiel von Jeunesse Esch und Alliance Dudelange
Scuto, Denis UL; Ketter, Jean

in Hüser, Dietmar; Baumann, Ansbert (Eds.) Migration/Integration/Exklusion - Eine andere deutsch-französische Geschichte des Fußballs in den langen 1960er Jahren (2019)

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See detailWerkimmanente Intertextualität bei Peter Handke : Selbstzitat, -fortschreibung, -kommentar und -parodie
Kohns, Oliver UL

in Carstensen, Thorsten (Ed.) Die tägliche Schrift : Peter Handke als Leser (2019)

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See detailThe Interdependencies between Delegation, Discretion and the Duty of Care
Hofmann, Herwig UL

in Mendes, Joana (Ed.) Discretion in EU Law (2019)

This chapter looks at the development of a set of interlocking legal principles to hold the delegation of discretionary powers to account: notably the duty of care and the principle of proportionality ... [more ▼]

This chapter looks at the development of a set of interlocking legal principles to hold the delegation of discretionary powers to account: notably the duty of care and the principle of proportionality. The relation between the concepts of delegation, discretion, care and proportionality are are not always very clearly established in EU law. Therefore, this chapter seeks to undertake a ‘reconnaissance mission’ and trying to explain which principles of review are developing and why. This chapter then seeks to link the developments in an attempt to obtain a clearer view of the overall picture of ensuring effective yet accountable executive decision making in the EU. [less ▲]

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See detailPanel discussion: academic writing across languages: multilingual and contrastive approaches in higher education
Deroey, Katrien 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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See detailEn guise d'ouverture : pour une sémiotique en dialogue
Roelens, Nathalie UL; Biglari, Amir

in La sémiotique et son autre (2019)

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See detailWhat Happens When Archives and Research Are Transferred into the Physical Space of a Museum: La forge d'une société moderne and Other Stories
Priem, Karin UL

in Hägele, Ulrich; Ziehe, Irene (Eds.) Populäre Präsentationen. Fotografie und Film als Medien musealer Aneignungsprozesse (2019)

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See detailIntroduction
Priem, Karin UL; Herman, Frederik

in Priem, Karin; Herman, Frederik (Eds.) Fabricating Modern Societies: Education, Bodies and Minds in the Age of Steel (2019)

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See detailThe Eye of the Machine: Labor Sciences and the Mechanical Registration of the Human Body
Herman, Frederik; Priem, Karin UL

in Priem, Karin; Herman, Frederik (Eds.) Fabricating Modern Societies: Education, Bodies, and Minds in the Age of Steel (2019)

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See detail“Sensuous Geographies” in the “Age of Steel”: Educating Future Workers’ Bodies in Time and Space (1900–1940)
Priem, Karin UL; Herman, Frederik

in Priem, Karin; Herman, Frederik (Eds.) Fabricating Modern Societies: Education, Bodies, and Minds in the Age of Steel (2019)

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See detailLes principes directeurs du procès civil en droit comparé à l'aune de la pensée de Motulsky, conclusions
Prüm, André UL

in Bolard, Vincent (Ed.) Les principes directeurs du procès civil en droit comparé à l'aune de la pensée de Motulsky (2019)

Remarques conclusives sur les contributions présentées au colloque international sur les principes directeurs du procès civil en droit comparé à l'aune de la pensée de Motulsky

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See detail"Cette impression que l'on n'en finira jamais"
Raus, Tonia UL

in Raus, Tonia; Tore, Gian Maria (Eds.) Comprendre la mise en abyme. Arts et médias au second degré. (2019)

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See detailMagisches Medium – Buchwürdige Bücher der mittelhochdeutschen Literatur
Reicher, Ruth UL

in Schneider, Ute (Ed.) Praxeologische Studien zur historischen Buchwissenschaft (2019)

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See detailFlowers and stones. Portugiesische und kapverdische Begräbniskulturen in Luxemburg
Boesen, Elisabeth UL

in Kmec, Sonja; Philippart, Robert L.; Reuter, Antoinette (Eds.) Ewige Ruhe?/Concession à perpétuité? Granbkulturen in Luxemburg und den Nachbarregionen/Cultures funéraires au Luxembourg et dans les régions voisines (2019)

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See detailThe Scrutiny of Brexit in National Parliaments: Germany, Luxembourg and the Czech Republic Compared
Högenauer, Anna-Lena UL; Buth, Vanessa; Kaniok, Petr

in Christiansen, Thomas; Fromage, Diane (Eds.) Brexit and Democracy (2019)

The outcome of the Brexit referendum has led to a highly mediatized battle of power between the British government and parliament over how much influence the latter can exert over the British position in ... [more ▼]

The outcome of the Brexit referendum has led to a highly mediatized battle of power between the British government and parliament over how much influence the latter can exert over the British position in the negotiations with the European Union (EU). At the same time, the role of parliaments in the remaining member states has received virtually no public attention, despite the fact that the stakes are also high for their publics. The aim of our chapter is to shed light on dynamics of parliamentary control of Brexit in the remaining member states through a comparative study of the German, Czech and Luxembourgish parliaments. Each of these member states has one or several key interests at stake in the negotiations, such as exports, the financial sector and future contributions to the EU budget (Germany, Luxembourg), or migration to the UK and the maintenance of EU policies and their budgetary health (Czech Republic). The three cases represent geographical diversity and differently sized countries, to take into account different levels of governmental influence over the Brexit negotiations. The study will focus on the formal powers of parliaments, their actual mobilization and the key dynamics that mark their scrutiny of the Brexit negotiations. [less ▲]

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See detailDer institutionelle Sinn der Partizipation. Befunde einer ethnografischen Studie in schweizerischen Kindertageseinrichtungen
Neumann, Sascha UL; Kuhn, Melanie; Hekel, Nicole UL et al

in Sieber Egger, Anja; Unterweger, Gisela; Jäger, Marianna (Eds.) et al Kindheit(en) in formalen, nonformalen und informellen Bildungskontexten. Ethnographische Beiträge aus der Schweiz (2019)

Der ethnografische Beitrag analysiert den Vollzug institutionalisierter Partizipationsverfahren in schweizerischen Kindertageseinrichtungen. Exemplarisch wird dabei die Regulierung der Bewegung und der ... [more ▼]

Der ethnografische Beitrag analysiert den Vollzug institutionalisierter Partizipationsverfahren in schweizerischen Kindertageseinrichtungen. Exemplarisch wird dabei die Regulierung der Bewegung und der Verteilung von Kindern im Raum ins Zentrum gerückt. Dies geschieht vor dem Horizont der Frage, wie sich unter den Bedingungen einer partizipativ arrangierten Praxis organisatorische Logiken und Funktionalitäten, pädagogische Ansprüche und kindliche Einflussmöglichkeiten zueinander relationieren. Die Analysen machen deutlich, dass sich der institutionelle Sinn von Partizipation keineswegs allein auf pädagogische Aspirationen reduzieren lässt; vielmehr speist er sich zuallererst aus einer Verbindung von pädagogischen Ansprüchen und organisatorischen Rationalitäten. Die immer auch organisatorisch notwendige Verteilung der Kinder auf den Raum erhält gerade erst dadurch ihre pädagogische Legitimität, dass sie im Modus der Partizipation öffentlich vollzogen wird. [less ▲]

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See detailGraphematisches Segment
Weth, Constanze UL

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

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See detailDistributed Ledger Technology and Digital Assets - Policy and Regulatory Challenges in Asia
Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas UL; Arner, Douglas; Buckley, Ross et al

in Cryptoassets - Legal, Regulatory, and Monetary Perspectives (2019)

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See detailFintech, Regtech and Systemic Risk: The Rise of Global Technology Risk
Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas UL; Douglas, Arner; Buckley, Ross

in Arner, Douglas W.; Avgouleas, Emilios; Busch, Danny (Eds.) et al Systemic Risk in the Financial Sector (2019)

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See detailDer Gegenstand der Pädagogik der frühen Kindheit in institutionentheoretischer Perspektive
Neumann, Sascha UL

in Dietrich, Cornelie; Stenger, Ursula; Stieve, Claus (Eds.) Theoretische Zugänge zur Pädagogik der frühen Kindheit. Eine kritische Vergewisserung (2019)

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See detailInternationale Migration zwischen hochentwickelten Staaten und ihre Konsequenzen für den Lebensverlauf
Erlinghagen, Marcel; Ette, Andreas; Schneider, Norbert et al

in Burzan, Nicole (Ed.) Komplexe Dynamiken globaler und lokaler Entwicklungen. Verhandlungen des 39. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Göttingen 2018 (2019)

Räumliche Mobilität ist ein konstitutives Merkmal ökonomisch hochentwickelter Gesellschaften. Hierzu zählen traditionell mobile Lebensformen innerhalb eines Nationalstaates, mit zunehmender Wichtigkeit ... [more ▼]

Räumliche Mobilität ist ein konstitutives Merkmal ökonomisch hochentwickelter Gesellschaften. Hierzu zählen traditionell mobile Lebensformen innerhalb eines Nationalstaates, mit zunehmender Wichtigkeit aber auch grenzüberschreitende Mobilität (Schneider, Meil 2010; Viry, Kaufmann 2015). Während man im 20. Jahrhundert unter internationaler Migration fast ausschließlich die Zuwanderung in westliche Industriestaaten verstand, rückt zunehmend die Rolle dieser Staaten als Herkunftsländer in den Fokus (van Dalen, Henkens 2013). Die Migration zwischen den OECD-Staaten stellt heute einen zentralen Bestandteil des globalen Wanderungsgeschehens dar (OECD 2015). Auch wird internationale Mobilität und damit zusammenhängend der Aufbau von „transnationalem Humankapital“ (Gerhards, Hans 2013) bzw. „interkulturellem Kapital“ (Pöllmann 2013) oder „Mobilitätskapital“ (Kaufmann et al. 2004) als eine wichtige Ressource für eine erfolgreiche Partizipation in einer zusammenwachsenden Welt und ihren Systemen und Institutionen gesehen. Aus dieser Perspektive hat der „mobility turn“ (Grieco, Urry 2016) weitreichende Auswirkungen für die Verteilung gesellschaftlicher Ungleichheiten. Über grenzüberschreitende Kontakte und Beziehungen zu verfügen, gilt mittlerweile als ein wesentlicher Faktor zur Bestimmung sozialer Positionen (Beck 2008; Weiß 2005). Im europäischen Kontext bestehen bereits erste Hinweise, dass Mobilität einen Einfluss auf die ökonomischen und gesellschaftlichen Teilhabechancen hat (Cresswell 2006; Ohnmacht et al. 2009), ohne dass dies jedoch bislang systematisch untersucht worden ist. Während Migrationsprozesse aus ärmeren Weltregionen in ökonomisch hochentwickelte Gesellschaften und politisch gefestigte, demokratische Wohlfahrtsstaaten theoretisch und empirisch intensiv erforscht worden sind (Castles et al. 2014; Massey et al. 1999), wissen wir bislang vergleichsweise wenig über die internationale Mobilität von Bürger*innen eben jener Wohlstandsgesellschaften selbst (Favell et al. 2007). Darüber hinaus zielen die meisten der vorliegenden Studien zur Auswanderung aus ökonomisch hochentwickelten Gesellschaften auf die Rückwanderung von Migrant*innen in ihre ehemaligen Heimatländer (Constant, Massey 2003; Ghosh 2000). Im Vergleich zu anderen Bereichen in der Migrationsforschung ist die internationale Migration aus hochentwickelten Staaten vergleichsweise wenig erforscht. Vereinzelte Studien, wie zum Beispiel EU-CROSS (Recchi et al. 2019; Recchi 2014) oder PIONEUR (Recchi, Favell 2009) sind vom Design nicht darauf ausgelegt und deswegen auch nicht in der Lage, theoretisch weiterführende Fragen zu den individuellen Konsequenzen internationaler Migration für den weiteren Lebensverlauf zu beantworten. Diese befassen sich vielmehr mit spezifischen Phänomenen, wie transnationalen Lebensformen sowie ihren Konsequenzen für Identität, politische Einstellungen und Integration (Rother, Nebe 2009). Ein Grund für diesen unbefriedigenden Forschungsstand ist sicherlich der eher spärliche Datenbestand – ein Umstand, der eng damit zusammenhängt, dass die Erfassung international mobiler Bevölkerungsgruppen vor einigen methodischen Herausforderungen steht (Ette, Sauer 2010: 34–45). Mobile und insbesondere international Mobile sind ein Paradebeispiel für eine „hard to study population“ (Lynn et al. 2018). Bisherige Versuche, diese Migrantengruppe im Rahmen bestehender harmonisierter internationaler Surveys (zum Beispiel European Social Survey oder European Union Labour Force Survey) zu untersuchen, werden durch unzureichend erfasste Informationen über den Migrationsprozess erschwert (Erlinghagen 2011; Ette, Sauer 2010). Auch bestehende sozialwissenschaftliche Panelstudien stoßen bei solchen Fragestellungen räumlich an ihre Grenzen. Diese orientieren sich nämlich in der Regel an den Grenzen der Nationalstaaten. Für Zuwander*innen und Rückwander*innen resultiert daraus, dass sie erst ab dem Grenzübertritt in ihrem Zielland untersucht werden können und somit meist als „Personen ohne Vorgeschichte“ (Vermeulen 2010, S.1224) in diesen Datensätzen erscheinen. Umgekehrt können Auswander*innen in Panelstudien ihres Herkunftslandes nur bis zum Auswanderungsereignis ‚verfolgt‘ werden, da sie anschließend den nationalstaatlichen Beobachtungsraum verlassen und dieses Ereignis mit einem Ausscheiden und somit faktischer Panelmortalität verbunden ist. Auch die Erweiterung bestehender Panelstudien um diese international mobile Bevölkerungsgruppe scheitert bisher aufgrund geringer Fallzahlen (Schupp et al. 2008). In der Konsequenz fehlen in Deutschland, aber auch den anderen OECD-Staaten, adäquate Datengrundlagen zur Untersuchung der Dynamik von Wanderungsprozessen und ihren individuellen Konsequenzen. Hier setzt die „German Emigration and Remigration Panel Study“ (GERPS) an und untersucht die Prozesse internationaler Migration anhand eines völlig neuen theoretisch konzeptionellen Ansatzes, dem „Destination-Origin-Migration-Ansatzes“ (DOM-Ansatz; vgl. Erlinghagen, Ette 2019 sowie den folgenden Abschnitt). Im nächsten Abschnitt werden zunächst die Grundüberlegungen dieses DOM-Ansatzes skizziert. Anschließend wird die neu zu konzipierende Längsschnittstudie GERPS näher vorgestellt. Der Beitrag endet mit einer zusammenfassenden Schlussbetrachtung. [less ▲]

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See detailL'album de David Seymour sur la lutte contre l'analphabétisme en Calabre en tant qu'outil de médiatisation : traces matérielles de la rédaction et de la narration
Priem, Karin UL

in Hendel, Giovanna; Naggar, Carole; Priem, Karin (Eds.) They Did not Stop at Eboli: The UNESCO Campaign Against Illiteracy in Reportages by David Seymour and Carlo Levi (1950) (2019)

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See detailCommentary on provisions of the MIFID II/MIFIR on the organization of the investment firm and the European passport
Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas UL

in Lehmann, Matthias; Kumpan, Christoph (Eds.) European Financial Services Law (2019)

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See detailCommentary on the authorization of investment firms under MiFID (Art. 4 to 18 MiFID)
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in Lehmann, Mathias; Kumpan, Christoph (Eds.) European Financial Services Law (2019)

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See detailKomplexe Überdachung II: Luxemburg. Die Genese einer neuen Nationalsprache
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in Herrgen, Joachim; Schmidt, Jürgen-Erich (Eds.) Language and Space - An International Handbook of Linguistic Variation. Vol. 4 Deutsch (2019)

Der Beitrag behandelt die komplexe Sprachensituation Luxemburgs, mit Fokus auf den germanischen Varietäten, i.e. Deutsch und Luxemburgisch, im Hinblick auf Überdachung und ihre sprachgeschichtlichen ... [more ▼]

Der Beitrag behandelt die komplexe Sprachensituation Luxemburgs, mit Fokus auf den germanischen Varietäten, i.e. Deutsch und Luxemburgisch, im Hinblick auf Überdachung und ihre sprachgeschichtlichen Verschiebungen. In dieser varietätenlinguistischen Perspektive liegt der Schwerpunkt auf der äußeren Sprachgeschichte; Aspekte der inneren Sprachgeschichte werden aus Platzgründen lediglich anhand ausgewählter Beispiele thematisiert. [less ▲]

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See detail„Das System aller philosophischen Erkenntnis ist nun Philosophie“. Kants Kritik und Neubestimmung der Metaphysik
Bauer, Sabrina UL

in Plevrakis, Ermylos (Ed.) Grundlegung des Absoluten? (2019)

While the Kantian epistemology was discovered for analytical philosophy by P. F. Strawson in the middle of the last century and has inspired this philosophical discourse since then, the metaphysical ... [more ▼]

While the Kantian epistemology was discovered for analytical philosophy by P. F. Strawson in the middle of the last century and has inspired this philosophical discourse since then, the metaphysical features of Kantian philosophy have mostly been ignored in recent times. What is overlooked is the fact that Kant's epistemological foundation of philosophy through the Critique of Pure Reason aims precisely to establish metaphysics as a science. In order to evaluate the possibility of scientific metaphysics, the Critique of Pure Reason examines the principles of synthetic judgments a priori. She comes to the result that the metaphysical questioning about the absolute is laid out in the finite discursive reason of man as such, but cannot be satisfied with the means of speculative use of reason, but refers to the practical use of reason. [less ▲]

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in Fouchard, Isabelle; Larralde, Jean-Manuel; Lévy, Benjamin (Eds.) et al Les sens de la privation de liberté (2019)

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See detailDie Notwendigkeit inklusiver Bildung für die Erneuerung der Governancekonzepte: Deutschland und Luxemburg im Vergleich
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in Herzmann, Petra; Panagiotopoulou, Julie A.; Sturm, Tanja (Eds.) et al Inklusionsforschung im Spannungsfeld von Erziehungswissenschaft und Bildungspolitik (2019)

Die hohe und gestiegene Bedeutung inklusiver Bildung – für Individuen und Gesellschaften gleichermaßen – wird global, national, regional und lokal von verschiedensten Akteur*innen hervorgehoben sowie ... [more ▼]

Die hohe und gestiegene Bedeutung inklusiver Bildung – für Individuen und Gesellschaften gleichermaßen – wird global, national, regional und lokal von verschiedensten Akteur*innen hervorgehoben sowie zunehmend auch wissenschaftlich multidisziplinär diskutiert. Fragen der Steuerung, der Governance, hingegen, sind bisher im deutschsprachigen Raum nur wenig systematisch oder umfassend analysiert worden, obwohl mehrere Wissenschaftsdisziplinen sich zunehmend mit diesen Fragen auseinandersetzen. Während politikwissenschaftliche Analysen die Machtstrukturen, Pfadabhängigkeiten und Entscheidungsprozesse fokussieren haben soziologische Analysen die globale Diffusion von Diskursen und Normen sowie systembedingte Komplexitäten und Umsetzungsschwierigkeiten vielfältiger Reformen verdeutlicht. Die Erziehungswissenschaft, nicht nur in der deutsch-sprachigen Welt, hat sich lange Zeit schwer getan, sich eindeutig zu den brisanten bildungs- als auch sozialpolitischen Fragen der inklusiven Bildung – auch die zentrale Frage der Governance – zu positionieren, weil es das fundamentale Verhältnis von Allgemeiner und Sonderpädagogik hinterfragt sowie in letzter Konsequenz die Transformation des gegliederten und hochgradig selektiven Bildungswesen verlangt. Dieser Band beleuchtet eben dieses Spannungsverhältnis aus verschiedenen Perspektiven; in diesem Beitrag wird deshalb versucht, verschiedene Dimensionen der Governance auf der Forschungsagenda zu platzieren, wie auch in zwei konkreten Fällen – Deutschland und Luxemburg – zu vertiefen. [less ▲]

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Silga, Janine UL; Anibaldi, Johnny

in Chaouche, Fatima; Gerkrath, Jörg; Silga, Janine (Eds.) et al Droit d'Asile au Grand-Duché de Luxembourg - Guide pratique (2019)

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See detailKleine Literaturen: Eine Übersicht der Begrifflichkeiten
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in Leben, Andreas; Koron, Alenka (Eds.) Literarische Mehrsprachigkeit im österreichischen und slowenischen Kontext (2019)

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in Hofmann, Herwig; Pantazatou, Aikaterini; Zaccaroni, Giovanni (Eds.) The Metamorphosis of the European Economic Constitution (2019)

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See detailModeling Cellular Differentiation and Reprogramming with Gene Regulatory Networks.
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in Methods in Molecular Biology Series: Computational Stem Cell Biology (2019)

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Gene expression regulation is a fundamental cellular process that enables robust functioning of cells. How different genes interact among themselves to coordinate and maintain the overall gene expression profile observed in a cell is a key question in cellular biology. However, the immense complexity arising due to the scale and the nature of gene-gene interactions often hinders obtaining a global understanding of gene regulation. In this regard, network models of gene regulation based on gene-gene interactions, commonly referred to as gene regulatory networks (GRNs), serve important purpose of describing the overall interactions within a cell and provide a systematic approach to study their global behavior. In particular, in the context of cellular differentiation and reprogramming, where regulated changes in gene expression play a crucial role, precise knowledge of a cell type-specific GRN can enable control of the eventual cell fates with potential clinical applications. In this chapter, we describe our computational methodologies that we have tailor-made with purpose of applications to cell fate control. Briefly, we introduce the process of cellular differentiation and reprogramming, describe GRNs and common strategies to model them, and, finally, introduce the concept of determinants of cellular reprogramming and differentiation. In the Methods section, we elaborate on the different steps involved in the computational pipeline, including initial gene expression data processing, characterization of prior knowledge network, algorithm to remove non-cell type-specific edges, topological characterization of the inferred network, and Boolean network simulations to mimic cellular transitions. Finally, we provide a strategy to identify determinants of cellular reprogramming and differentiation based on the proposed computational methods. [less ▲]

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See detailDavid Seymour’s Album on the Fight Against Illiteracy in Calabria as a Tool of Mediatization: Material Traces of Editing and Visual Storytelling
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in Hendel, Giovanna; Naggar, Carole; Priem, Karin (Eds.) They Did not Stop at Eboli: The UNESCO Campaign Against Illiteracy in Reportages by David Seymour and Carlo Levi (1950) (2019)

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See detailScreening Powers in Investment Arbitration: Questions of Legal Change and Legitimacy
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in Baetens, Freya (Ed.) The Legitimacy of Unseen Actors in International Adjudication (2019)

Screening powers of arbitral institutions over requests initiating investment arbitrations are often justified by the need to prevent embarrassment of states and to avoid unnecessary costs. This Chapter ... [more ▼]

Screening powers of arbitral institutions over requests initiating investment arbitrations are often justified by the need to prevent embarrassment of states and to avoid unnecessary costs. This Chapter examines possible effects of such powers, particularly on the arbitral development of the jurisdictional standards governing investment arbitration. Can administrative organs filter the demands for legal change that will be heard before tribunals, and if so, does this diminish the legitimacy of their screening powers? It is argued that screening powers offer possibilities of setting arbitrators’ agenda in terms of which demands for legal change will be considered. This could affect their legitimacy, but it does not mean that screening powers have completely lost their justification. It is suggested that such powers must be exercised with an extreme level of diligence, requiring an almost complete elimination of legal considerations, in order to safeguard their legitimacy. [less ▲]

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See detailProvisional measures: Provisional Payment - Preservation of Evidence
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in Hess, Burkhard; Ortolani, Pietro (Eds.) The Impact of National Procedural Laws and Practices on Mutual Trust and the Free Circulation of Judgments (2019)

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See detailConstituting the List Amid Time of Personalisation of Politics: The Balance of Congruent and Popular Candidates in Belgian Political Parties
Dandoy, Regis; Meulewaeter, Conrad; Lesschaeve, Christophe UL

in Vandeleene, Audrey; De Winter, Lieven; Baudewyns, Pierre (Eds.) Candidates, Parties and Voters in the Belgian Partitocracy (2019)

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See detailShould European teachers focus on European private international law?
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in von Hein, Jan; Kienninger, Eva-Maria; Rühl, Giesela (Eds.) How European is European Private International Law? (2019)

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See detailNational Report for Luxembourg
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in Gerner-Beuerle, Carsten (Ed.) The Private International Law of Companies in Europe (2019)

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in Muir Watt, Horatia (Ed.) Global Private International Law - Adjudication without Frontiers (2019)

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in Dörner, Olaf; Loos, Peter; Schäffer, Burkhard (Eds.) et al Dokumentarische Methode: Triangulation und blinde Flecken (2019)

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See detailDer unsichtbare Zweite. Gegenschüsse im One-Actor-Movie
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in Doll, Martin (Ed.) Cutting Edge! Aktuelle Positionen der Filmmontage (2019)

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See detailTeaching Diverse Learners in Europe: Inspiring Practices and Lessons Learned from Germany, Iceland, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Spain and Sweden
Powell, Justin J W UL; Merz-Atalik, Kerstin; Ališauskienė, Stefanija et al

in Schuelka, Matthew; Johnstone, Christopher; Thomas, Gary (Eds.) et al SAGE Handbook of Inclusion and Diversity in Education (2019)

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Teaching in inclusive settings may be considered a new, challenging task; however, successfully supporting diverse pupils in their learning process has always been at the heart of outstanding pedagogy. Vast differences both in the extent and the quality of inclusive schooling exist between and within European countries. Promoting comparison and cooperation among countries with long-institutionalized inclusive schooling and countries with less inclusive structures, cultures, and practices proves crucial in education research and reform. Building upon a multi-year collaboration, we synthesize lessons learned about inclusive education reforms and “inspiring practices“ in inclusive education in partner schools in Germany, Iceland, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Spain, and Sweden. Contemporary practices take the diversity of groups of learners into account, building upon diversity as a resource; this served as the framework for our collaboration. The TdiverS consortium—as an EU-funded Comenius Network Project “Teaching Diverse Learners in (School-)Subjects“ (TdiverS)—was built on the following principles and goals: (1) diversity in theory and practice, resulting from collaborations of practitioners and scientists exchanging knowledge about teaching in inclusive settings; (2) strengthening awareness of the diversity of frameworks, conditions, and determining factors of teaching inclusively in varying cultural contexts; and (3) inclusive education research uniting multilevel, multicultural, and multidisciplinary perspectives. We highlight the values of inclusive education, map its contemporary European geography, summarize contemporary country-level education reforms and the local development of inclusive practices in six countries, and discuss lessons learned across Northern, Eastern, Southern, and Western Europe. [less ▲]

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See detailIntroducing Luxembourg: Ephemeral Sustainabilities
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in Krueger, Rob; Freytag, Tim; Mössner, Samuel (Eds.) Adventures in Sustainable Urbanism (2019)

Table of Contents 1. Constructing Sustainable Development Robert Krueger, Tim Freytag and Samuel Mossner 2. The Rise of Sustainable Urban Development Robert Krueger, Tim Freytag, and Samuel Mossner 3. A ... [more ▼]

Table of Contents 1. Constructing Sustainable Development Robert Krueger, Tim Freytag and Samuel Mossner 2. The Rise of Sustainable Urban Development Robert Krueger, Tim Freytag, and Samuel Mossner 3. A Tale of Two Cities: Christchurch, New Zealand, and Sustainable Urban Disaster Recovery Tim Baird and C. Michael Hall 4. Reworking Newtown Creek Winifred Curran and Trina Hamilton 5. From Sprawling Cowtown to Social Sustainability Pioneer: The Sustainability Journey of Calgary, Alberta Freya Kristensen 6. The Greenest City Experience: Exploring Social Action and Social Sustainability in Vancouver, Canada Marit Rosol and Cristina Temenos 7. Introducing Luxembourg: Ephemeral Sustainabilities Constance Carr 8. Montpellier Écocité: From Growth Machine to Sustainability? David Giband 9. Building Ecopolis in the World’s Factory: A Field Note on Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-city I-Chun Catherine Chang 10. Sustainable Empire? Michal Kohout 11. Middle-Class Family Enclavism and Solidarity from a Distance Notes from a Field of Contradictions in Dortmund, Germany Susanne Frank 12. A Conclusion? Or, Toward a New Beginning? Robert Krueger, Tim Freytag, and Samuel Mossner [less ▲]

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in Münchner Kommentar zum Bürgerlichen Gesetzbuch (2019)

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in Gruehn, Dietwald; Reicher, Christa; Wiechmann, Thorsten (Eds.) 50 Jahre Dortmunder Raumplanung (2019)

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in Roma-amoR. Archeologia letteraria e visiva in sei saggi (2019)

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See detailOltre il dilemma qualificatorio: potenzialità e limiti del diritto antidiscriminatorio nella protezione del lavoratore on-demand
Ratti, Luca UL; Centamore, Giulio

in Barbera, Marzia; Alessi, Cristina; Guaglianone, Luciana (Eds.) Impresa, lavoro e non lavoro nell'economia digitale (2019)

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See detailThe European Economic Constitution and the Constitution of Social Europe: gleanings from the CJEU’s collective redundancies cases
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in Hofmann, Herwig; Pantazatou, Aikaterini; Zaccaroni, Giovanni (Eds.) The Metamorphosis of the European Economic Constitution (2019)

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See detailPädagogische als soziale Phänomene auffassen. Ein sozialwissenschaftlicher Zugang zur Pädagogik der frühen Kindheit
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in Dietrich, Cornelie; Stenger, Ursula; Stieve, Claus (Eds.) Theoretische Zugänge zur Pädagogik der frühen Kindheit. Eine kritische Vergewisserung (2019)

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See detailLa Banque Centrale Européenne face aux crypto monnaies, défis et opportunité?
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in Mélanges en l'honneur de Bernard Teyssie (2019)

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in Liber amicorum Angelo Davì, vol. I (2019)

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See detail(De)Habituation Histories: How to Re-Sensitize Media Historians
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in Hall, Nick; Ellis, John (Eds.) Hands-On Media History: A New Methodology in the Humanities and Social Sciences (2019)

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In line with our earlier work, we will take the material object – the technological device – and, more specifically, the sensorial and experiential dimensions expressed in media use as a point of departure for our reflections. Why would the sensorial and experiential dimensions of media use be a relevant point of departure for such reflections? And, by extension: why would such reflections help to theoretically frame media newness? The answer, as we will argue, is that the (media) technologies used for communication and information purposes work quite differently on users than, for instance, technologies of transportation. Media technologies stand out amongst the broad range of technologies used by humans, such as trains, aeroplanes and elevators in as far as media technologies typically use representation as a means. As such, they affect users in a very specific way, quite different from trains and aeroplanes. Moreover, media technologies stand out among the media such as language because of their technical make-up, as Kittler has convingingly argued; for this reason, he labeled media technologies, somewhat tautologically as he would admit, “technical media”. In Part 3, we will first discuss the concept of “technical media” to address the question of why and how media technologies require special treatment in both media and technology research in terms of the traces they leave in representation – with considerable implications for the user experience. Next, in Part 4, we will address the question as to why the sensorial effects created by technical media would typically be accompanied by a distinct experiential dimension and why this would help create the famous cyclical effects in the history of media use. In Parts 5 and 6, then, we will discuss the implications for media historiographical research. [less ▲]

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in Patrut, Iulia-Karin; Rössler, Reto (Eds.) Ähnlichkeit um 1800. Konturen eines literatur- und kulturtheoretischen Paradigmas am Beginn der Moderne (2019)

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See detailD'"Erfanne" vun der Nationalliteratur am Essai sur la poésie luxembourgeoise (1854) vum Félix Thyes
Glesener, Jeanne UL

in Millim, Anne-Marie; De Toffoli, Ian (Eds.) Madernismen in Luxemburg. Traditionen-Variationen-Brüche. Modernismes au Luxembourg. Traditions-Variations-Ruptures (2019)

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See detailLa voix du peuple ? Vote et élection avant la démocratie à travers le cas du Luxembourg au Moyen Âge et dans la première modernité
Adde, Éloise; Dönges, Christa Annette UL; Genot, Gilles et al

in Frieseisen, Claude; Moes, Régis; Polfer, Michel (Eds.) et al #wielewatmersinn. 100 Jahre allgemeines Wahlrecht in Luxemburg, 100 ans de suffrage universel au Luxembourg (2019)

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See detailLiteratur und Krankheit. Krankheitsdiskurse in Thomas Manns "Zauberberg" und "Doktor Faustus"
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in Bendheim, Amelie; Pavlik, Jennifer (Eds.) Figurationen von Krankheiten Chancen und Grenzen der Ästhetisierung (2019)

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Haslehner, Werner UL

in Tumpel, Michael; Aigner, Dietmar; Kofler, Georg (Eds.) DBA – Doppelbesteuerungsabkommen Kommentar (2019)

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Chauvel, Louis UL; Hartung, Anne UL; Bar-Haim, Eyal et al

in Decancq, Koen; van Kerm, Philippe (Eds.) What Drives Inequality (2019)

The study of the upper tail of the income and wealth distributions is important to the understanding of economic inequality. By means of the ‘isograph’, a new tool to describe income or wealth ... [more ▼]

The study of the upper tail of the income and wealth distributions is important to the understanding of economic inequality. By means of the ‘isograph’, a new tool to describe income or wealth distributions, the authors compare wealth and income and wealth-to-income ratios in 16 European countries and the United States using data for years 2013/2014 from the Eurozone Household Finance and Consumption Survey and the US Survey on Consumer Finance. Focussing on the top half of the distribution, the authors find that for households in the top income quintile, wealth-to-income ratios generally increase rapidly with income; the association between high wealth and high incomes is highest among the highest percentiles. There is generally a positive relationship between median wealth in the country and the wealth of the top 1%. However, the United States is an outlier where the median wealth is relatively low but the wealth of the top 1% is extremely high. [less ▲]

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Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas UL

in Walker, Julia; Walker, Gordon; Pekmezovic, Alma (Eds.) Sustainable Development Goals – Harnessing Business to Achieve the SDGs through Finance, Technology and Law Reform (2019)

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See detailKommerzialisierung der Mitgliedschaft – ein Beitrag zur Flexibilisierung des Aktienrechts
Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas UL

in Festschrift U. Seibert - Kommerzialisierung der Mitgliedschaft – ein Beitrag zur Flexibilisierung des Aktienrechts (2019)

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See detailMixed Rasch modeling in assessing reading comprehension (Chapter 1)
Baghaei, P; Kemper, Christoph UL; Reichert, Monique UL et al

in Quantitative data analysis for language assessment. Volume II: Advanced Methods (2019)

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See detailGeometry of ℓp-Balls : Classical Results and Recent Developments
Prochno, Joscha; Thäle, Christoph; Turchi, Nicola UL

in High Dimensional Probability VIII - The Oaxaca Volume (2019)

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See detailDefending the Undefendable: Asia’s Sovereignist Battles against Easy Access to Investment Treaty Arbitration
Radović, Relja UL

in Nakagawa, Junji (Ed.) Asian Perspectives on International Investment Law (2019)

States from the Asian region have not been the loudest participants in the backlash against investment treaty arbitration. That does not mean that they have not reacted to an evolving arbitral practice ... [more ▼]

States from the Asian region have not been the loudest participants in the backlash against investment treaty arbitration. That does not mean that they have not reacted to an evolving arbitral practice allowing easy access of foreign investors to international arbitration. This chapter examines the action taken by several Asian states, particularly in the form of detailed treaty provisions, aimed to reassert the gateway to investment dispute settlement at the international level. It is argued that although state reaction in Asia has not been systemic and radical, but rather occasional and modest, it is based on the same sovereignist rationale, which assumes that harder conditions of access to international arbitration protect better state sovereignty. That reaction, however, will probably not produce the desired effects, because it does not follow the emergence of arbitral jurisdictional regulation, which has developed jurisdictional rules capable of tackling harder conditions of access, in light of the internationalised and depoliticised nature of investment disputes. [less ▲]

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Uhrmacher, Martin UL; Kass, Steve UL

in Uhrmacher, Martin; Kass, Steve; Pauli, Sebastian (Eds.) Luxatlas.lu - Ein digitaler und interaktiver historischer Stadtatlas Luxemburgs (2019)

Beschreibung des methodischen Vorgehens bei der Erstellung des digitalen historischen Stadtatlas Luxemburgs => luxatlas.lu

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See detailOn-Orbit Servicing and Active Debris Removal: Legal Aspects
Blount, Percy UL

in Pecujlic, Anja Nakarada; Tugnoli, Matteo (Eds.) Promoting Productive Cooperation Between Space Lawyers and Engineers (2019)

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See detailTechnologies de l'information et de la communication dans la longue durée: trajectoires d'innovation et phénomènes de remédiatisation
Griset, Pascal; Fickers, Andreas UL

in Blandin, Claire; Robinet, Francois; Schafer, Valerie (Eds.) Penser l'histoire des médias (2019)

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See detailCross-border cooperation as practice formation. Perspectives for an alternative research approach
Wille, Christian UL; Connor, Ulla UL

in Beck, Joachim (Ed.) Transdisciplinary discourses on cross-border cooperation in Europe (2019)

The paper presents a practice-sociological approach to the description and analysis of cross-border cooperation. For this purpose, the development of cooperation research, its characteristic orientations ... [more ▼]

The paper presents a practice-sociological approach to the description and analysis of cross-border cooperation. For this purpose, the development of cooperation research, its characteristic orientations as well as the fundamentals of practical theoretical thinking will be outlined. Based on this, the heuristic figure of thought of cross-border practice formation is developed, which breaks with the premises of conventional cooperation research. It will be further differentiated on the basis of four challenges of cross-border cooperation, in order to arrive at an alternative perspective on cross-border cooperation. The following is an outlook, which deals with the research-specific features of the approach presented, with a view to a future practice-sociological and multidisciplinary cooperation research. [less ▲]

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See detailLe droit et l'art contemporain : visées heuristiques et critiques
Bélanger, André; Dufour, Pascale UL

in Bernatchez, Stéphane; Lalonde, Louise (Eds.) Approches et fondements du droit (2019)

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See detailBilan des analyses
Lejot, Eve 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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See detailHistory of Inclusive Physical Education in Western and Northern Europe
Heck, Sandra UL; Solenes, Oskar; Magnanini, Angela et al

in Heck, Sandra; Block, Martin (Eds.) Inclusive Physical Education around the World: Origins, Cultures, Practices (2019)

Throwing a glance on the status quo in schools of different countries in Western and Northern Europe shows that the requirement of inclusive physical education (PE) is implemented different¬ly: Italy, for ... [more ▼]

Throwing a glance on the status quo in schools of different countries in Western and Northern Europe shows that the requirement of inclusive physical education (PE) is implemented different¬ly: Italy, for instance, leads the way with an almost complete inclusion of children into mainstream education including physical education (Magnanini & Espinosa, 2015), in Norway children have the right to follow mainstream education and one talks about “adjusted” education for pupils with special needs (Dalen 2006; Hyde, Ohna & Hjulstad, 2006), Germany is only slowly breaking up with its traditional system of segregating pupils with special needs (Hausotter & Pluhar, 2004). But what are those differences based on? How did inclusive physi¬¬cal education (PE) historically grow in England, Germany, Italy and Norway, and can trans¬national developments be identified? In all three chosen countries different school systems which are representative for other Northern and Western European countries exist. Aim of this study is to compare them, analyze their historical development and find out whether and in how far those differences in the school system and curricula development prejudged chances for inclusive PE and thereby led to diverse nowadays’ situations. As a result, it is confirmed that the educational policy towards inclusion in schools which was internationally determined to apply in different United Nation member states, finally met on the national level in Northern and Western Europe different conditions and social attitudes. This again led to the implementation of specific national inclusive and/or exclusive structures of PE in schools, which finally, despite the geographical proximity, deviate quite strongly, from each other, not only in terms of current content and policy but also in terms of historical development. [less ▲]

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Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas UL; Yeboah-Smith, Miko UL

in Klöhn, Lars; Mock, Sebastian (Eds.) Festschrift 25 Jahre WpHG (2019)

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See detailFunzioni e limiti della codatorialità nei gruppi di imprese
Ratti, Luca UL

in Sanguineti Raymond, Wilfredo; Vivero Serrano (Eds.) LA CONSTRUCCIÓN DEL DERECHO DEL TRABAJO DE LAS REDES EMPRESARIALES (2019)

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See detailA Critical Co/Autoethnographic Exploration of Self: Becoming Science Education Researchers in Diverse Cultural and Linguistic Landscapes
Park, Jennifer; Wilmes, Sara UL

in Bazzul, Jesse; Siry, Christina (Eds.) Critical voices in science education research: Narratives of academic journeys (2019)

This chapter illustrates the process of collaborative autoethnography (co-autoethnography) we used to construct space, in order to critically explore ourselves, and the contexts we study. Through a co ... [more ▼]

This chapter illustrates the process of collaborative autoethnography (co-autoethnography) we used to construct space, in order to critically explore ourselves, and the contexts we study. Through a co-autoethnographic process, we aimed to better understand our positioning in our lived experiences and to generate an understanding of how reflective critical research approaches could transform us, as well as the communities in which we were immersed. In this chapter, we share the process of our collective analysis of autoethnographic narratives (Coia L, Taylor M, Co/autoethnography: Exploring our teaching selves collaboratively. In L. Fitzgerald, M. Heston, D. Tidwell (Eds.), Research methods for the self-study of practice (pp. 3–16). Netherlands: Springer, 2009), which stemmed from our experiences living and conducting education research in multilingual and multicultural contexts. Our ethnographic method of data collection, analysis, and interpretation was generated from our journeys as researchers – moving to, living, and conducting research in culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) environments. We share this process, and some lessons we learned, with the hope that other researchers may find co-autoethnography a cathartic methodology to explore and challenge their own perspectives relative to cultural and linguistic diversity in their lives and in their research. [less ▲]

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See detailClemens Brentano’s “Sound-Thing” (Klingding). Homophonic Translation in German Romanticism
Dembeck, Till UL

in Weissmann, Dirk; Broqua, Vincent (Eds.) Sound / Writing: traduire-écrire entre le son et le sens / Homophonic translation – traducson – Oberflächenübersetzung (2019)

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See detailMetamorphosen der Epilepsie. Eine Krankheit als Hüterin der Verwandlungen
Heimböckel, Dieter UL

in Bendheim, Amelie; Pavlik, Jennifer (Eds.) Figurationen von Krankheiten. Chancen und Grenzen der Ästhetisierung (2019)

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Allegrezza, Silvia UL

in Illuminati, Giulio; Giulian, Livia (Eds.) Commentario breve al codice di procedura penale (2019)

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