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See detailA short review on alkali-activated binders and geopolymer binders
Waldmann, Danièle UL; Thapa, Vishojit Bahadur UL

in Pahn, Matthias; Thiele, Catherina; Glock, Christian (Eds.) Vielfalt im Massivbau - Festschrift zum 65. Geburtstag von Prof. Dr. Ing. Jürgen Schnell (2018)

In the recent years, the trend for reusing waste products or industrial by-products to reduce the amount of Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) in concrete constructions has become an important task for ... [more ▼]

In the recent years, the trend for reusing waste products or industrial by-products to reduce the amount of Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) in concrete constructions has become an important task for industries and research institutions. OPC is the second most used material in the world after water and statistics confirm that the life cycle of OPC contributes to the generation of up to 5% of the annual CO2 emissions worldwide. Mostly responsible for this negative environmental performance of OPC are the high CO2 emissions related to the cement production processes, namely the deacidification of limestone and the burning of the clinker raw materials at high temperatures above 1400°C. The current demand for cementitious binder is higher than ever whereas the incentive of building sustainable and robust constructions is gaining increasingly in importance. There is a need for development of new more durable and environmental friendly binders as an alternative to OPC binders. Therefore, the research on cement alternatives has risen over the last decades and a lot of research work has been carried out to fulfil the requirements of the market. In this work, the concepts of alkali activated materials and geopolymers are presented, and their properties are compared and discussed. A short historical review is given. Furthermore, the reaction mechanisms and hydration products of these binders are characterized and explained by referring to literature. Finally, novel binders based on waste materials are presented before closing with a short outlook on remaining questions and future challenges. [less ▲]

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See detailLes archives du Web, entre science et artisanat
Schafer, Valerie UL

in Lécossais, Sarah; Quemener, Nelly (Eds.) En quête d'archives. Bricolages méthodologiques en terrains médiatiques (2018)

« [P]arce que le Web est un média de “traces”, son archivage ne peut que répondre aux préoccupations ontologiques de l’historien qui s’appuie sur l’ensemble des traces héritées du passé pour les ... [more ▼]

« [P]arce que le Web est un média de “traces”, son archivage ne peut que répondre aux préoccupations ontologiques de l’historien qui s’appuie sur l’ensemble des traces héritées du passé pour les constituer en documents afin de les interroger », notait en 2012 Claude Mussou, alors responsable du dépôt légal du Web à l’Institut national de l’audiovisuel. Les masses de données que forment aujourd’hui les archives du Web, conservées par plusieurs institutions depuis l’initiative pionnière de la fondation Internet Archive créée par Brewster Kahle il y a vingt ans, constituent un matériel pléthorique . Leur valeur patrimoniale a été reconnue par une charte de l’Unesco sur le patrimoine numérique en 2003 . Leur exploitation dans le monde de la recherche est cependant récente et prudente. Richard Rogers a même pu parler « [...] de crise dans certains domaines de recherche en humanités numériques, car l’accueil réservé par les chercheurs à ces nouveaux documents n’a pas été à la hauteur de cette ruée vers la numérisation. Par exemple, les archives Web sont encore rarement utilisées à des fins scientifiques [...] . » Si la tendance est en passe d’évoluer, le défi demeure pour les chercheurs, en terme à la fois de compréhension de ce qu’est le Web archivé, de création de corpus et d’analyse. [less ▲]

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See detailReligionsunterricht in Luxemburg aus diskurstheoretischer Sicht: eine spannende Geschichte und eine spannungsvolle Zukunft
Weber, Jean-Marie UL

in Jean, Ehret; Zeien, Jean-Louis (Eds.) Herausforderung Religion(en) und Schule(n) (2018)

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See detailWWII, Russians in Luxembourg: Возможности биографической реконструкции (на примере военной и послевоенной биографии Ф.И. Бичехвоста)
Ganschow, Inna UL; Bitschechwost, Alexander

in Tcholakhian, Vachagan (Ed.) Проблемы российской цивилизации и методики преподавания истории (2018)

The article on the example of a military biography of Lieutenant F. I. Bytchekhvost demonstrated the possibilities of biographical reconstruction using different types of sources, methods and principles ... [more ▼]

The article on the example of a military biography of Lieutenant F. I. Bytchekhvost demonstrated the possibilities of biographical reconstruction using different types of sources, methods and principles of historical research. [less ▲]

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See detailFlachdecken in Verbundbauweise - Bemessung und Konstruktion von Slim-Floor Trägern
Schäfer, Markus UL; Braun, Matthias Volker UL; Hauf, Gunter

in Kuhlmann, Ulrike (Ed.) Stahlbaukalender 2018 (2018)

Design and State of the Art for composite shallow floor beams in steel and concrete.

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See detailVerbundtragwerke aus Stahl und Beton, Bemessung und Konstruktion - Kommentar zu DIN EN 1994-1-1
Hanswille, Gerhard; Schäfer, Markus UL; Bergmann, Marco

in Kuhlmann, Ulrike (Ed.) Stahlbaukalender 2018 (2018)

Design Guide and commentary for the design of composite structures in steel and concrete according to DIN EN 1994-1-1 with background information, mechanical theory and design examples

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See detailSustainability indicators
Ravetz, Jerome; Hild, Paula UL; Thunus, Olivier et al

in König, Ariane; Ravetz, Jerome (Eds.) Sustainability Science (2018)

In our science-based society, we are surrounded by indicators. At every turn they tell us where we are, how we compare, where we should or should not be and whether we are moving towards or away from the ... [more ▼]

In our science-based society, we are surrounded by indicators. At every turn they tell us where we are, how we compare, where we should or should not be and whether we are moving towards or away from the desired or undesired state. Wealth and health of individuals, communities and natural systems are conveyed by indicators. Their representations include numbers, graphs, dials, letters, symbols and colours. And they vary in reliability, from the gauge that says your car’s engine temperature is ‘normal’, to the prediction that next month’s weather temperatures will be ‘normal’. They are one of the main channels whereby the citizen interacts with science. How can the citizen make good decisions in the midst of this jungle of indicators? The citizen might well ask, “What do I really know, when I’m told that I have an Ecological Footprint of 4.1 global hectares? And then what should I do about it?” [less ▲]

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See detailTransnational Enforcement of Production Orders for Electronic Evidence. Beyond Mutual Recognition?
Ligeti, Katalin UL; Robinson, Gavin UL

in Kert, Robert; Lehner, Andrea (Eds.) Vielfahlt des Strafrechts im internationalen Kontext: Festschrift für Frank Höpfel zum 65. Geburtstag (2018)

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See detailExploring Different Assessment Techniques of the Test for Creative Thinking – Drawing Production
Kirsch, Christiane; Lubart, Todd; Houssemand, Claude UL

in Collange, Julie; Loarer, Even; Lubart, Todd (Eds.) 1/118 La psychologie différentielle au 21 ème siècle : nouvelles modélisations et applications (2018)

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See detailThe Controlled Foreign Company Regime
Haslehner, Werner UL

in Weber, Dennis; Van de Streek, Jan (Eds.) The EU Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base - Critical Analysis (2018)

The Controlled Foreign Company (CFC) regime proposed by the Commission as part of the newly launched Common Corporate Tax Base (CCTB) project reflects the perceived need to strengthen the Union’s anti-tax ... [more ▼]

The Controlled Foreign Company (CFC) regime proposed by the Commission as part of the newly launched Common Corporate Tax Base (CCTB) project reflects the perceived need to strengthen the Union’s anti-tax avoidance measures, and specifically to discourage profit shifting to low-tax jurisdictions. The proposed rule largely reflects previous work done by the OECD as part of the BEPS project and the EU implementation measures in the Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (ATAD), but it deviates from both in a number of its details. This contribution aims to provide a first technical analysis of the provision to reveal its scope, its mechanism, and apparent shortcomings. It furthermore tries to imbed it in its context of existing primary and secondary EU law. [less ▲]

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See detail‘Cruise to the Edge’. How 1970s prog-rock dinos found a safe haven on the cruise ship
Hesse, Markus UL

in Monios, Jason; Wilmsmeier, Gordon (Eds.) Maritime Mobilities (2018)

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See detailMigrating Identities: Affective Dialogues Across Generations
Barros Coimbra, Stephanie UL; Albert, Isabelle UL; Ferring, Dieter UL

in Lehmann, Olga V.; Valsiner, Jaan (Eds.) Deep Experiencing - Dialogues within the self (2018)

Dialogical Self Theory recognizes the interaction between self and others. The basic nature of human condition is indeed to be in indefinite and constant interdependence with the existence of “the other” ... [more ▼]

Dialogical Self Theory recognizes the interaction between self and others. The basic nature of human condition is indeed to be in indefinite and constant interdependence with the existence of “the other” and his experiences, thoughts, practices as well as his narrations. Yet, the character and degree of these interdependencies vary and fluctuate depending on the individuals, contexts and cultures. While the external dialogue occurs between people implicated in an overt interaction, the self happens in an individual’s mind as an internal dialogue. Individuals make sense of their lives through the narratives of crucial experiences in their lives, which makes the external dialogue discernible and easier to analyse compared to the internal dialogue not that easily tangible. Though, through an intergenerational interview between an adult daughter and her mother, we will try to assess and identify their individual internal dialogues within their narratives. Hence, to that end body language and behavioural indicators such as face expressions or silent thinking will be used, which may help and serve as guidelines to assess the intergenerational dialogical interaction between mother and adult child in a migrant context. [less ▲]

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See detailThe FASTCORE Family: For the Fast Reconstruction of Compact Context-Specific Metabolic Networks Models
Pacheco, Maria UL; Sauter, Thomas UL

in Fondi, Marco (Ed.) Metabolic Network Reconstruction and Modeling (2018)

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See detailConstruction d’identités fédératrices en contexte multiculturel. Le cas du Livre de Dede Korkut
Barthelmebs-Raguin, Hélène UL

in Komur-Thilloy, Greta; Dziub, Nikol; Kuramayeva, Inkar (Eds.) et al Multiculturalisme, interculturalité, identité complexe : l’exemple du caucase (2018)

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See detailA systematic review of self-care assistive technologies for aging population
Abri, Diana UL; Boll, Thomas UL

in Boll, Thomas; Ferring, Dieter; Valsiner, Jaan (Eds.) Cultures of care in aging (2018)

A gradual decline in functional and mental capacity as well as a growing risk of care dependency constitute major concerns of life in old age. These should become larger and more urgent in future, because ... [more ▼]

A gradual decline in functional and mental capacity as well as a growing risk of care dependency constitute major concerns of life in old age. These should become larger and more urgent in future, because the number of people 80+ is projected to more than double from 2010 to 2050 at least in EU and OECD countries. On the other side, there is a strong desire of older people, their relatives and policy makers to maintain the autonomy in old age as long as possible. In reaction to this, there have been strong social policy recommendations to develop and promote the use of assistive technologies (ATs). Whereas systematic reviews already exist for several other kinds of ATs, reviews about self-care ATs are still missing. Based on systematic literature searches in PsycINFO, MEDLINE, and Google Scholar databases 203 papers were identified of which 12 were included according to our selection criteria. The methodological quality of all the reviewed studies is evaluated. We reviewed findings on indicators of independent living as efficiency criteria as well as evidence about facilitators and barriers of using these technologies. Self-care ATs turned out to be efficient with respect to reduced care hours and increased independence level. The actual use of these ATs was associated with personal, contextual, and device factors. Lack of randomized control trial studies and a need for further research about ATs in several domains of self-care activities is revealed. Based on the findings of the current review, we generate recommendations for future research. [less ▲]

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See detailChallenges and Trends in Enforcing Economic and Financial Crime: Criminal Law and Alternatives in Europe and the US
Ligeti, Katalin UL; Tosza, Stanislaw

in Ligeti, Katalin; Tosza, Stanislaw (Eds.) White Collar Crime. A Comparative Perspective (2018)

This chapter by Katalin Ligeti and Stanislaw Tosza provides a synthesis of the main findings of the book edited by the two authors (White Collar Crime. A Comparative Perspective, Hart Publishing, 2018 ... [more ▼]

This chapter by Katalin Ligeti and Stanislaw Tosza provides a synthesis of the main findings of the book edited by the two authors (White Collar Crime. A Comparative Perspective, Hart Publishing, 2018). The chapter first presents the challenges in investigating and prosecuting economic and financial crime (section II). The analysis of four national systems (France, Poland, Sweden, and the US) complemented by the information provided in the transversal chapters led to the identification of four major tendencies in the field in response to these challenges (section III): the swinging of enforcement strategies between prosecuting individuals or/and corporations (section III.A); the extension of punitive sanctions and the use of compliance programmes as punishment (section III.B); the extensive use of alternatives to criminal proceedings (section III.C); and the increased role of private actors in controlling economic and financial crime (section III.D). In section 4, these responses are scrutinised from the perspective of the human rights regime. [less ▲]

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See detailSustainability in small states: Luxembourg as a post-suburban space under growth pressure in need of a cross-national sustainability
Carr, Constance UL

in Brinkmann, Robert; Garren, Sandra J. (Eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Sustainability: Case Studies and Practical Solutions (2018)

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See detailIntroduction: The Idea of Relative Authority in European and International Law
Mendes, Joana UL; Venzke, Ingo

in Mendes, Joana; Venzke, Ingo (Eds.) Allocating Authority: Who Should Do What in European and International Law? (2018)

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See detailÖffentlichkeiten als Räume ästhetischer Praxis. Zur politischen Ästhetik Hannah Arendts
Pavlik, Jennifer UL

in Büttner, Urs (Ed.) Öffentlichkeiten. Theorie und Geschichte ästhetisch-­politischer Praxen (2018)

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See detail„Widerspruchsvolles Durch- und Gegeneinander“ Mediengeschichte in ländlichen Zwischenräumen – das Beispiel Eupen-Malmedy (1920–1940)
Sproten, Vitus UL

in Mahlerwein, Gunther; Zimmermann, Clemens; Maldener, Aline (Eds.) Landmedien. Kulturhistorische Perspektiven auf das Verhältnis von Medialität und Ruralität im 20. Jahrhundert (2018)

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See detailHochschul- und Berufsbildung in Europa
Powell, Justin J W UL

in Bach, Maurizio; Hönig, Barbara (Eds.) Europasoziologie: Handbuch für Wissenschaft und Studium (2018)

Neben Globalisierung und Digitalisierung haben Fragen der Meritokratie und (Aus-)Bildung einen festen Platz im öffentlichen, politischen und privaten Diskurs, denn wir leben in Europa zunehmend in ... [more ▼]

Neben Globalisierung und Digitalisierung haben Fragen der Meritokratie und (Aus-)Bildung einen festen Platz im öffentlichen, politischen und privaten Diskurs, denn wir leben in Europa zunehmend in Bildungsgesellschaften. Die Zeit, die wir in Bildungsorganisationen verbringen, wird immer länger, der absolvierte Fächerkanon wird immer breiter und die Bildungsabschlüsse, die wir erwerben, werden immer höher (vgl. Leemann et al. 2016). Zugleich steigen mit dem Übergang von der Industrie- zur modernen Dienstleistungsgesellschaft die Ansprüche an fachliche und soziale Kompetenzen auf dem Arbeitsmarkt (vgl. Mayer und Solga 2008). Mit dem Wandel der Wirtschaftsstrukturen hin zu wissensbasierten Tätigkeiten, der zunehmenden Digitalisierung der Arbeitswelt, den demographischen Veränderungen und dem in diesem Zusammenhang befürchteten Fachkräftemangel stehen europäische Gesellschaften vor der Aufgabe ihre Bildungssysteme zu reformieren. Auf europäischer, nationaler wie auch regionaler und lokaler Ebenen versuchen Bildungspolitiker den Zugang zu Hochschul- und Berufsbildung und lebenslanges Lernen für immer mehr Mitglieder jeder Kohorte zu ermöglichen. Alle müssen sich mehr denn je um Bildungszertifikate bemühen, weil diese für erfolgreiche Berufskarrieren unabdingbar geworden sind. Zugleich gibt es in diesem Wettbewerb klare Gewinner und Verlierer, denn diejenigen ohne Zugang zu (Aus-)Bildung, vor allem ehemalige Sonderschüler und Hauptschüler, werden zunehmend marginalisiert (vgl. Pfahl 2011; Protsch 2014; Solga 2005). Bildung und die durch sie erworbenen und ausgewiesenen Fähigkeiten gelten in unserer Gesellschaft als Innovationspotenzial, als zentrale Voraussetzungen für wirtschaftlichen Erfolg, gesellschaftlichen Wohlstand sowie soziale und politische Teilhabe. Statt der sozialen Platzierung entlang zugeschriebener Merkmale der Herkunft (wie Schicht, Geschlecht, Rasse, Ethnie) soll die erworbene Leistung, signalisiert in Schulnoten, Bildungsabschlüssen, Qualifikationen sowie Bildungskarrieren insgesamt, den legitimen Zugang zu Positionen, insbesondere höheren sozialen Positionen bestimmen. Insofern ist es nicht verwunderlich, dass in europäischen Gesellschaften individuelle Bildungsbeteiligung und Bildungserfolg wesentliche Bestimmungsgrößen der Verteilung gesellschaftlicher Chancen und Risiken darstellen. [less ▲]

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See detailTOWARD A EUROPEAN CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR DEFENCE RIGHTS
Allegrezza, Silvia UL

in Allegrezza, Silvia; Covolo, Valentina (Eds.) EFFECTIVE DEFENCE RIGHTS IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS A European and Comparative Study on Judicial Remedies (2018)

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See detailBildung ohne Geländer – Gattungs- und bildungstheoretische Reflexionen in Wolfgang Herrndorfs Roman ›Tschick‹
Pavlik, Jennifer UL

in Matthias, Lorenz (Ed.) »Germanistenscheiß«. Beiträge zur Werkpolitik Wolfgang Herrndorfs. (2018)

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See detailPartizipation in Großschutzgebieten - untersucht am Beispiel der Beteiligung an den Workshops zur Erstellung des Rahmenkonzeptes des Biosphärenreservates Bliesgau 2014
Nienaber, Birte UL

in Weber, Florian; Weber, Friedericke; Jenal, Corinna (Eds.) Wohin des Weges? Regionalentwicklung in Großschutzgebieten (2018)

In 2014 a process of public participation was initiated in order to produce a framework concept for the future configuration of the “Biosphere Bliesgau”. This paper presents characteristics of ... [more ▼]

In 2014 a process of public participation was initiated in order to produce a framework concept for the future configuration of the “Biosphere Bliesgau”. This paper presents characteristics of participation, both in general and in large-scale protected areas in particular, and discusses what various forms of participation (ranging from pure information as non-participation to bottom-up partnerships as the strongest form of participation) are possible. The empirical-analytical section of the paper investigates the 2014 process of participation in Biosphere Bliesgau, using publically available protocols and interviews. It can be seen that the top-down process – e. g. involving concrete agreements between individuals or groups – involves the selection of participants – intended or otherwise – and that the highest level of participation could therefore not be achieved. [less ▲]

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See detailMaking use of data for assessments. Harnessing analytics and data science
Ifenthaler, D.; Greiff, Samuel UL; Gibson, D. C:

in Voogt, J.; Knezek, G.; Christensen, R. (Eds.) et al International handbook of IT in primary and secondary education (2018)

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See detailDiachrone Interkulturalität und/als Gattungsgeschichte. Mit Heinrich von Kleists "Penthesilea" als Fallbeispiel
Heimböckel, Dieter UL

in Wiegmann, Eva (Ed.) Diachrone Interkulturalität (2018)

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See detailRunning together to explore the city: How foreigners discover the city through experiences of a sports group
Kerivel, Aude UL; Vysotskaya, Volha UL

in Fuchs, Julien; Vivier, Christian (Eds.) Dossier spécial « La ville et le sport » (2018)

How do foreigners, who come to Luxembourg for work, discover the city through sport? This is one of the questions asked during ethnographic research focusing on a sports group in two research ... [more ▼]

How do foreigners, who come to Luxembourg for work, discover the city through sport? This is one of the questions asked during ethnographic research focusing on a sports group in two research organisations employing a large percentage of foreigners. The inductive approach of grounded theory was developed for the exploration of the working migrants’ sensitive experience of integration into the new country. The concepts of interaction and integration, borrowed from the Chicago School, were the theoretical tools for analysis of the data collected through observations, interviews, and maps of the working environments. The article discusses the integration of its members into the city, as well as their interaction with the spaces outside their work in various degrees and explores how, through the sports group at work, foreigners working in the country discover places that are otherwise limited to outside of their working space. The analysis concludes by showing how running in/with the group serves as a medium through which people interact with the city and its history and build their own story in the city. [less ▲]

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See detailThe "Crisis of Luxembourg". History and Memory of 1867
Jungblut, Marie-Paule UL; Kmec, Sonja UL

in Grandhomme, Jean-Noël (Ed.) 1866, une querelle d'Allemands? Perceptions croisées et mémoire(s) d'un moment clé de l'histoire européenne (2018)

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See detailIntroduction to Investment Funs Law
Riassetto, Isabelle UL

in Haslehner, Werner (Ed.) Investment Fund Taxation (2018)

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See detailJugendberichterstattung als Grundlage einer evidenzbasierten Politikgestaltung
Biewers, Sandra UL; Schumacher, Anette UL

in Schubert, Herbert; Spiekermann, Holger (Eds.) Sozialraum und Netzwerke (2018)

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See detailSportunterricht mit heterogenen Lerngruppen planen – kompetenzorientiert und inklusiv!
Gissel, Norbert; Döhring, Volker; Heck, Sandra UL

in Gissel, Norbert (Ed.) Kritisch-konstruktive Sportpädagogik (2018)

Das hier vorgelegte Konzept einer kritisch-konstruktiven Sportpädagogik bricht mit den bisherigen sportdidaktischen Ansätzen, die versuchten, eine Fachdidaktik aus der Eigenstruktur des Sportes zu ... [more ▼]

Das hier vorgelegte Konzept einer kritisch-konstruktiven Sportpädagogik bricht mit den bisherigen sportdidaktischen Ansätzen, die versuchten, eine Fachdidaktik aus der Eigenstruktur des Sportes zu entwickeln und denen es nicht hinreichend gelang, Sport als Unterrichtsfach bildungstheoretisch nachvollziehbar zu legitimieren. Die hier entwickelte Position folgt der Theorie einer allgemeinen Pädagogik (Benner, 2012). Diese umfasst in einer grundlegenden praxeologischen Idee alle Ebenen von der Wissenschaftsphilosophie über empirische und geisteswissenschaftliche Forschung bis hin zur Konzeptentwicklung und praktischen Didaktik und sieht pädagogische Praxis als ein gemeinsames, nicht auflösbares Feld an. Zentraler Bezugspunkt dieser allgemeinen Pädagogik ist der Bildungsbegriff, der sich nach Klafkis (2007) Argumentation in seinen Zieldimensionen geisteswissenschaftlich schlüssig bestimmen lässt. Alle fachdidaktischen Konzepte und methodischen Einzelmaßnahmen müssen sich daran messen lassen, was sie zu den übergeordneten Bildungszielen Selbstbestimmungs-, Mitbestimmungs- und Solidaritätsfähigkeit betragen können. In dem Buch wird ein Bogen gespannt, der von wissenschaftstheoretischen und anthropologischen Betrachtungen über die Bestimmung kritischer Aufgabenbereiche der Sportpädagogik bis hin zu Planungsproblemen und konstruktiven Beispielen gelingender Unterrichtsvorhaben reicht. [less ▲]

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See detailIntroduction
Fickers, Andreas UL; Aasman, Susan; Wachelder, Joseph

in Fickers, Andreas; Aasman, Susan; Wachelder, Joseph (Eds.) Materializing Memories. Dispositifs, Generations, Technologies (2018)

A multitude of devices and technological tools now exist to make, share, and store memories and moments with family, friends, and even strangers. Memory practices such as home movies, which originated as ... [more ▼]

A multitude of devices and technological tools now exist to make, share, and store memories and moments with family, friends, and even strangers. Memory practices such as home movies, which originated as the privilege of a few, well-to-do families, have now emerged as ubiquitous and immediate cultures of sharing. Departing from the history of home movies, this volume offers a sophisticated understanding of technologically mediated, mostly ritualized memory practices, from early beginnings in the fin-de-siècle to today. Departing from a longue durée perspective on home movie practices, Materializing Memories moves beyond a strict historical study to grapple with highly theorized fields, such as media studies, memory studies, and science and technology studies (STS). The contributors to this volume reflect on these different intellectual backgrounds and perspectives, but all chapters share a common framework by addressing practices of use, user configurations, and relevant media landscapes. Grasping the cultural dynamics of such multi-faceted practices requires a multidimensional conceptual approach, here achieved by centering around three concepts as central analytical lenses: dispositifs, generations, and amateurs. [less ▲]

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See detailThe EU Administration
Mendes, Joana UL

in Amtenbrink, Fabian; Curtin, Deirdre; de Witte, Bruno (Eds.) et al The Law of the European Union (2018)

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See detailDie “Kunst” der Frageformulierung in Umfragen
Mergener, Alexandra; Decieux, Jean Philippe Pierre UL

in Keller, Bernhard (Ed.) Qualität und Data Science in der Marktforschung (2018)

enn du etwas wissen willst, frage! – Was im Alltag so einfach klingt, ist in der Methodenforschung ein aufwendiger Prozess. Sowohl das Formulieren von Fragen als auch die Gestaltung des Fragebogens bedarf ... [more ▼]

enn du etwas wissen willst, frage! – Was im Alltag so einfach klingt, ist in der Methodenforschung ein aufwendiger Prozess. Sowohl das Formulieren von Fragen als auch die Gestaltung des Fragebogens bedarf der Berücksichtigung unterschiedlicher Regeln, ohne die durch Befragungen gewonnene Daten schnell unbrauchbar werden können. So spielen in einem systematischen Frage-Antwort-Vorgang zentrale Kommunikationsregeln und psychologische Abläufe eine Rolle, die es als Forscher dringend zu beachten gilt. Aufbauend auf diesen zentralen Erkenntnissen befasst sich der folgende Beitrag mit unterschiedlichen Aspekten, die die Qualität von Fragebögen beeinflussen. Anhand von praxisbezogenen Beispielen, die aus Erfahrungen mit diversen Befragungen sowie einer systematischen Methodenforschung resultieren, werden dabei dem Leser Leitlinien zur Optimierung von eigenen Fragebögen an die Hand gegeben. Gleichwohl gilt es dabei zu beachten, dass es allgemeingültige Regeln, die auf jede Forschungsfrage, Untersuchungspopulation oder auch Erhebungsart anwendbar sind, nicht geben kann. Die hier erarbeiteten Instruktionen dienen vielmehr der Vermittlung wesentlicher Kenntnisse, die zum Vermeiden grober Fehler führen sollen und es dem Forscher zugleich erlauben, bei Bedarf die Leitlinien nach kritischer Betrachtung eigenständig anzupassen. [less ▲]

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See detailPreparing for Inclusive Physical Education in Secondary Schools – Development and ‘Status Quo’ of Teacher Training in Germany
Heck, Sandra UL

in Popovic; Antala; Bjelica (Eds.) et al Physical Education in Secondary School: Researches – Best Practices – Situation (2018)

The training of future physical education (PE) teachers has changed over the years. Different demands adapted to new social realities in schools and new curricula require the addition and/or cancellation ... [more ▼]

The training of future physical education (PE) teachers has changed over the years. Different demands adapted to new social realities in schools and new curricula require the addition and/or cancellation of contents at the universities and training colleges. While many school and university curricular programs worldwide already include the topic of inclusive PE, Germany has for a long time segregated pupils according to their intellectual capacities and not fully adapted the national curricula for PE at schools yet. This paper outlines the development and status quo of PE teacher training in Germany. Ministerial demands and orders as well as the curricula of schools, universities and teachers’ training colleges are analyzed to determine whether and/or how far inclusive PE is incorporated. The aim of this study is not to give a complete national overview of the implementation of inclusive PE in teacher training. However, through a regional focus, it shall rather be demonstrated how German ministries as well as other institutions related to education, and how university and teachers’ training colleges deal with the topic of inclusive PE. The present study thereby analyzes whether and if yes how far future PE teachers in secondary schools currently possess the option or the commitment to prepare themselves to teach inclusive classes. [less ▲]

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See detailInto the Μaze of Legitimacy and Efficiency; the Single Resolution Board as a Necessity
Asimakopoulos, Ioannis UL; Lamaris-Adamis, Christos

in Dogaru, Tatiana-Camelia (Ed.) (Re)forming Public Administration Paradigms in Global Governance Context (2018)

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See detailRestructuring government debt under European Union law
Allemand, Frederic UL

in Schiffauer, Peter (Ed.) A Single Model of Governance or Tailored Responses? Historial, Economic and Legal Aspects of European Governance in the Crisis (2018)

“What can be added to the happiness of a man who is in health, out of debt, and has a clear conscience?” pondered Adam Smith in the 18th century. When applied to the financial situation of states rather ... [more ▼]

“What can be added to the happiness of a man who is in health, out of debt, and has a clear conscience?” pondered Adam Smith in the 18th century. When applied to the financial situation of states rather than to individuals, the observation is just as relevant. David Hume saw restoring public finances as a question of survival for the nation: “Either the nation must destroy public credit, or public credit will destroy the nation.” This view is undoubtedly an exaggeration: it reflects a traditional approach to economics in which debt is merely a liability and not the reflection of assets – such as a welfare system and public infrastructures – passed on to future generations. Such a view underestimates the fact that debt, like taxes, contributes to the funding of public services, and in so doing – as emphasised by US historian James Macdonald – it plays a part in the development of democratic regimes... [less ▲]

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Pacces, Alessio M.; Nabilou, Hossein UL

in Chiu, Iris H.; MacNeil, Iain (Eds.) Research Handbook on Shadow Banking: Legal and Regulatory Aspects (2018)

This essay discusses the economic case for regulating shadow banking. It asks three questions. First, what is shadow banking? Second, why shadow banking should be regulated. Third, how to regulate shadow ... [more ▼]

This essay discusses the economic case for regulating shadow banking. It asks three questions. First, what is shadow banking? Second, why shadow banking should be regulated. Third, how to regulate shadow banking efficiently. Although shadow banking is, like banking, based on maturity transformation, no definition of shadow banking is ideal for regulatory purposes. Focusing on systemic risk, we take an instrument-based approach and define banking as leveraging on collateral to support liquidity promises. For regulation to be effective, however, this definition must be combined with other entity-based approaches. The economic rationale for regulating shadow banking is the negative externality stemming from systemic risk. Because uncertainty makes any measure of systemic risk imprecise, quantity regulation is preferable to a Pigovian tax to cope with this externality. Regulation should limit the leverage of shadow banking by imposing a minimum haircut regulation on the assets being used as collateral for funding. In theory, minimum haircuts regulation is an efficient way to constrain shadow banking. However, the practical difficulties of monitoring leverage at the assets level call for an indirect regulation of institutional leverage, too. This is effectively achieved through the regulation of bank leverage, which increases the cost of liquidity puts to shadow banking. Such risk-insensitive restrictions, however, undermine the efficiency of banking, whether official or shadow. [less ▲]

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See detailDas grenzüberschreitende Investmentdreieck – das IPR und IZPR der Investmentfonds
Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas UL

in Cross-Border Financial Services (2018)

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See detailKleines Land, große Herausforderungen: Anmerkungen zu Architektur und Urbanismus in Luxemburg
Hesse, Markus UL

in Flagge, Ingeborg (Ed.) Witry & Witry - Über das Wohnen (2018)

Der Beitrag enthält eine Reflexion über die Praxis von Architektur, Stadtplanung und Urbanismus im Großherzogtum Luxemburg. Insofern stellt er eine Rahmung für die in dem Band präsentierte Werkschau des ... [more ▼]

Der Beitrag enthält eine Reflexion über die Praxis von Architektur, Stadtplanung und Urbanismus im Großherzogtum Luxemburg. Insofern stellt er eine Rahmung für die in dem Band präsentierte Werkschau des Büros Witry & Witry in Echternach, Luxemburg, dar. Es geht um die Spezifika der sozioökonomischen Entwicklung des Landes und ihrer Implikationen für die baulich-räumliche Entwicklung, die ohne Berücksichtigung Ersterer nicht angemessen nachzuvollziehen ist. Entsprechendes gilt für die Positionierung planerischer Interventionen, oder für die Beurteilung der Passfähigkeit von Innovationen wie Partizipation der Öffentlichkeit. [less ▲]

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See detailIl pilastro europeo per i diritti sociali nel processo di rifondazione dell'Europa sociale
Ratti, Luca UL

in Ferrara, Maria Dolores; Chiaromonte, William (Eds.) Bisogni sociali e tecniche di tutela giuslavoristiche (2018)

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See detailSequential Isolation of DNA, RNA, Protein, and Metabolite Fractions from Murine Organs and Intestinal Contents for Integrated Omics of Host-Microbiota Interactions.
Shah, Pranjul UL; Muller, Emilie UL; Lebrun, Laura UL et al

in Microbial Proteomics (2018)

The gastrointestinal microbiome plays a central role in health and disease. Imbalances in the microbiome, also referred to as dysbiosis, have recently been associated with a number of human idiopathic ... [more ▼]

The gastrointestinal microbiome plays a central role in health and disease. Imbalances in the microbiome, also referred to as dysbiosis, have recently been associated with a number of human idiopathic diseases ranging from metabolic to neurodegenerative. However, to causally link specific microorganisms or dysbiotic communities with tissue-specific and/or systemic disease-associated phenotypes, systematic in vivo studies are fundamental. Gnotobiotic mouse models have proven to be particularly useful for the elucidation of microbiota-associated characteristics as they provide a means to conduct targeted perturbations followed by analyses of induced localized and systemic effects. Here, we describe a methodology in the framework of systems biology which allows the comprehensive isolation of high quality biomolecular fractions (DNA, RNA, proteins and metabolites) from limited and/or heterogeneous sample material derived from murine brain, liver, and colon tissues, as well as from intestinal contents (fecal pellets and fecal masses). The obtained biomolecular fractions are compatible with current high-throughput genomic, transcriptomic, proteomic, and metabolomic analyses. The resulting data fulfills the premise of systematic measurements and allows the detailed study of tissue-specific and/or systemic effects of host-microbiota interactions in relation to health and disease. [less ▲]

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Hertweck, Florian

in Cupers, Kenny; Miessen, Markus (Eds.) Spaces of Uncertainty. Berlin Revisited (2018)

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See detailÉcrire depuis les marges. L’ex-centricité chez Calixthe Beyala, Ananda Devi et Maryse Condé
Barthelmebs-Raguin, Hélène UL

in Bel, Jacqueline; Kuhnle, Till R. (Eds.) Excentricité(s) (2018)

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See detailThe EU-Japan Security Dialogue and Migration: A Search for Common Ground
Koff, Harlan UL; Akashi, Jun'ichi; Okabe, Midori

in Kirchner, Emil; Dorussen, Han (Eds.) EU-Japan Security Cooperation: Trends and Prospects (2018)

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See detailLe système scolaire luxembourgeois : aperçu et tendances
Lenz, Thomas UL; Heinz, Andreas UL

in LUCET; SCRIPT (Eds.) Rapport national sur l'éducation au Luxembourg 2018 (2018)

Cet article donne un aperçu des principaux faits et chiffres du système scolaire luxembourgeois et présente les développements réalisés au cours des dernières années. L’accent est mis en particulier sur ... [more ▼]

Cet article donne un aperçu des principaux faits et chiffres du système scolaire luxembourgeois et présente les développements réalisés au cours des dernières années. L’accent est mis en particulier sur la transition de l’enseignement fondamental à l’enseignement secondaire. À cet égard, d’importantes différences sont en partie observées en fonction du sexe, des nationalités et entre différentes communes du Luxembourg. [less ▲]

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See detailSystems approaches for transforming social practice: Design requirements
König, Ariane UL

in König, Ariane (Ed.) Sustainability Science: Key issues (2018)

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See detailJudicial Protection of the Right to Access a Lawyer in the Member States
Covolo, Valentina UL

in Allegrezza, Silvia; Covolo, Valentina (Eds.) Effective Defence Rights in Criminal Proceedings. A European and Comparative Study on judicial remedies (2018)

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See detailDer Kaiser bestimmt! Alanus ab Insulis‘ Anticlaudianus und Heinrichs von Mügeln Der Meide Kranz
Bendheim, Amelie UL

in Bendheim, Amelie; Sieburg, Heinz (Eds.) Prag in der Zeit der Luxemburger Dynastie. Literatur, Religion und Herrschaftskulturen zwischen Bereicherung und Behauptung (2018)

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See detailDas luxemburgische Schulsystem. Einblicke und Trends.
Lenz, Thomas UL; Heinz, Andreas UL

in LUCET; SCRIPT (Eds.) Nationaler Bildungsbericht Luxemburg 2018 (2018)

In diesem Beitrag werden die wichtigsten Zahlen und Fakten zum luxemburgischen Schulsystem überblicksartig dargestellt und die Entwicklungen innerhalb der letzten Jahre aufgezeigt. Ein besonderer ... [more ▼]

In diesem Beitrag werden die wichtigsten Zahlen und Fakten zum luxemburgischen Schulsystem überblicksartig dargestellt und die Entwicklungen innerhalb der letzten Jahre aufgezeigt. Ein besonderer Schwerpunkt liegt auf der Darstellung des Übergangs von der Grund- zur Sekundarschule. Hierbei zeigen sich teilweise große Unterschiede zwischen den Geschlechtern, den Nationalitäten und auch zwischen einzelnen Gemeinden in Luxemburg. [less ▲]

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See detail“Luxemburger Standarddeutsch”. On the future of the German language in Luxembourg
Sieburg, Heinz UL

in Muhr, Rudolf; Meisnitzer, Benjamin (Eds.) Pluricentric Languages and Non-Dominant Varieties Worldwide: New pluricentric languages-old problems (2018)

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See detailExpressionistische Lyrik als Kulturpolitik
Dembeck, Till UL

in Lubkoll, Christine; Illi, Manuel; Hampel, Anna (Eds.) Politische Literatur. Begriffe – Debatten – Aktualität (2018)

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See detailGuarantees of Judicial Protection under the ECHR: What interactions with EU Law?
Covolo, Valentina UL

in Allegrezza, Silvia; Covolo, Valentina (Eds.) Effective Defence Rights in Criminal Proceedings. A European and Comparative Study on judicial remedies (2018)

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See detailLes modes de circulation et de légitimation des discours d’exclusion : espace, temps et mémoire
Freyermuth, Sylvie UL

in Barthelmebs-Raguin, Hélène; Komur-Thilloy, Greta; Marnette, Sophie (Eds.) et al Le Discours rapporté. Temporalité, histoire, mémoire et patrimoine discursif (2018)

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See detailÉducation non formelle à l’âge préscolaire
Neumann, Sascha UL

in SCRIPT; LUCET (Eds.) Rapport national sur l’éducation au Luxembourg 2018 (2018)

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See detailEnsuring the Effectiveness of Defence Rights: Remedial Obligations under the ABC Directives
Covolo, Valentina UL

in Allegrezza, Silvia; Covolo, Valentina (Eds.) Effective Defence Rights in Criminal Proceedings. A European and Comparative Study on judicial remedies (2018)

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See detailMood, emotions and eating disorders
Vögele, Claus UL; Lutz, Annika UL; Gibson, E. Leigh

in Agras, W. Stewart; Robinson, Athena (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Eating Disorders, Second Edition (2018)

Mood and emotions are intrinsically involved with eating. This chapter discusses basic mechanisms, findings, and models that help our understanding of the interactions between eating and emotions, in both ... [more ▼]

Mood and emotions are intrinsically involved with eating. This chapter discusses basic mechanisms, findings, and models that help our understanding of the interactions between eating and emotions, in both clinical and nonclinical populations. The finding that negative affect predicts EDs transdiagnostically, and that comorbidity with depressive disorders and anxiety disorders is the norm among patients with EDs suggests that EDs may not necessarily be restricted to domains of eating behavior and body image but may also be associated with significant difficulties in affective functioning. This chapter reviews the evidence relating to the notion that EDs are disturbances of mood regulation, in which regulatory strategies specifically related to eating and the body are used to diminish negative affect associated with food, body image, or stress. [less ▲]

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See detailComparaison de la Productivité Scientifique du Luxembourg avec l’Allemagne, la France et la Belgique
Dusdal, Jennifer UL; Powell, Justin J W UL

in SCRIPT; Université du Luxembourg (Eds.) Rapport National sur l'Education au Luxembourg (2018)

Cette contribution compare le système d’enseignement supérieur et scientifique luxembour- geois avec celui de trois autres États membres de l’Union européenne : l’Allemagne, la France et la Belgique. La ... [more ▼]

Cette contribution compare le système d’enseignement supérieur et scientifique luxembour- geois avec celui de trois autres États membres de l’Union européenne : l’Allemagne, la France et la Belgique. La production scientifique est mesurée à l’aide d’articles de revues scientifiques à comité de lecture tirés du Web of Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE) fourni par Thomson Reuters (aujourd’hui Clarivate Analytics). Une comparaison des quatre secteurs universitaires montre que l’Allemagne et la Belgique, avec leurs universités internationales et axées sur la recherche, ont un degré d’institutionnalisation beaucoup plus élevé que la France et le Luxembourg. Une comparaison des secteurs scientifiques non universitaires révèle un degré élevé de différenciation en Allemagne et en France, par rapport à la Belgique et au Luxembourg. Au Luxembourg, la recherche est variée, performante, et a une portée internationale. [less ▲]

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See detailBildungsverläufe, Mehrsprachigkeit und ein Ausblick auf die Zukunft. Der zweite Bildungsbericht für Luxemburg.
Lenz, Thomas UL; Baumann, Isabell Eva UL; Ugen, Sonja UL et al

in Lucet; Script (Eds.) Nationaler Bildungsbericht Luxembourg 2018 (2018)

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See detailUniversitäten als interkulturelle und mehrsprachige Kommunikationsräume. Warum der Internationalisierungsdiskurs stärker mit dem Thema Mehrsprachigkeit verzahnt werden sollte
Hu, Adelheid UL

in Dannerer, Monika; Mauser, Peter (Eds.) Formen der Mehrsprachigkeit. Sprachen und Varietäten in sekundären und tertiären Bildungskontexten. (2018)

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See detail"New Belgians" living in an ancient Belgian soil? The annexation and integration of the East Cantons
Brüll, Christoph UL

in Lierneux, Pierre; Peeters, Natasja (Eds.) Beyond the Great War. Belgium 1918-1928 (2018)

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See detailKindheit als praxeologisches Konzept. Von der generationalen Ordnung zu generationierenden Praktiken
Honig, Michael-Sebastian UL

in Budde, Jürgen; Bittner, Martin; Bossen, Andrea (Eds.) et al Konturen praxistheoretischer Erziehungswissenschaft. (2018)

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See detailDiversität und aktuelles emotionales Erleben von Schülerinnen und Schülern im inklusiven Unterricht
Zurbriggen, Carmen UL; Venetz, Martin

in Hagenauer, Gerda; Hascher, Tina (Eds.) Emotionen und Emotionsregulation in Schule und Hochschule (2018)

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See detailSchrift und Bild im Horizont des Liquiden. Christoph Ransmayrs und Willy Puchners strahlende Untergänge in Wasser und Wüste.
Küpper, Achim UL

in Brittnacher, Hans Richard; Küpper, Achim (Eds.) Seenöte, Schiffbrüche, feindliche Wasserwelten. Maritime Schreibweisen der Gefährdung und des Untergangs. (2018)

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See detailDie Wüstenzone zwischen Klimadiagnostik, Anti-Anthropozentrismus und Autoreferenzialität. Bild- und Zeitordnungen der Wüste in Raoul Schrotts Die fünfte Welt.
Küpper, Achim UL

in Dürbeck, Gabriele; Kanz, Christine; Zschachlitz, Ralf (Eds.) Ökologischer Wandel in der deutschen Literatur des 20. und 21. Jahrhunderts. Neue Ansätze und Perspektiven. (2018)

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See detailDas Motiv des Weinens in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters. Aspekte eines irritierenden interkulturellen Phänomens
Sieburg, Heinz UL

in Wiegmann, Eva (Ed.) Diachrone Interkulturalität (2018)

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Dembeck, Till UL

in Simon, Ralf (Ed.) Grundthemen der Literaturwissenschaft: Poetik und Poetizität (2018)

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See detailAlchemie und Magie als poetologische Verfahren in der Literatur um 1800. Prolegomena zu einem literatur- und wissensgeschichtlichen Spannungsfeld.
Küpper, Achim UL

in Ulbrechtová, Helena; Grub, Frank Thomas; Platen, Edgar (Eds.) et al Literatur und menschliches Wissen. Analysen zu einer grenzüberschreitenden Beziehung. (2018)

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See detailHigher Education and the Exponential Rise of Science: Competition and Collaboration
Powell, Justin J W UL

in Scott, Robert; Buchmann, Marlis (Eds.) Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences (2018)

How we collaborate and compete to find solutions to the problems and challenges of our age vastly impacts our individual and group success and well-being. Interdependent, the institutions of education and ... [more ▼]

How we collaborate and compete to find solutions to the problems and challenges of our age vastly impacts our individual and group success and well-being. Interdependent, the institutions of education and science have dramatically expanded. Today, scientists in nearly all countries contribute to our shared stores of knowledge, with research universities the driving force behind unexpected pure exponential growth in scientific production. Competition—regional, national, organizational, and individual—has become more potent—with performance measures, comparative indicators, and formal evaluations continuously generated and used in decision-making. Simultaneously, collaboration across institutional, disciplinary, organizational, and cultural boundaries expands the possibilities of discovery and produces the most influential science. Competition and collaboration at the nexus of higher education and science demand enhanced attention as they shape the future of scientific innovation and production, with its understudied yet increasingly incontrovertible effects on individuals and societies. [less ▲]

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See detailReproducción de la fuerza de trabajo en argentina: análisis comparativo respecto de estados unidos y europa (2003–2013)
Kozlowski, Diego UL

in Kennedy, Damian (Ed.) Debates en torno a las condiciones actuales de reproducción de la fuerza de trabajo argentina en perspectiva histórica (2018)

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See detailPopulation aging, demographic trends and consequences for long-term care
Leist, Anja UL

in Boll, Thomas; Ferring, Dieter; Valsiner, Jaan (Eds.) Cultures of care in aging (2018)

This chapter reviews recent projections related to the aging of populations, developments in health expectancy and disability, and associated trends in need for and provision of long-term care, focusing ... [more ▼]

This chapter reviews recent projections related to the aging of populations, developments in health expectancy and disability, and associated trends in need for and provision of long-term care, focusing on the developments in Europe but mentioning worldwide trends where possible. First, I present demographic trends in changing age structure of populations, expected costs of those changes, and discuss how innovative measures such as the ‘real elderly dependency ratio’ could offer a more balanced view on those trends. Second, projections of healthy life expectancy and time spent with morbidity and disability are presented. Then possible limitations of those projections are discussed, especially regarding recent evidence on changing incidence of dementia, and the possible further reductions in incidence if unfavorable lifestyle and health behaviours were reduced. After that, I will delineate demographic trends in need for assistance with care, and their implications for both formal and informal long-term care provision and costs. Specifically, a ‘care gap’ both in the provision of formal and informal care has been foreseen for several countries. Lastly, I discuss some trends and phenomena in long-term care provision which may influence the trends in long-term care needs and provision. In particular, estimated care gaps could become less threatening if the trend of migration of trained and untrained caregivers to provide live-in and institutional care in understaffed countries will continue, and if technological innovations will reduce care needs by enabling persons with disabilities to carry out activities of daily living autonomously. [less ▲]

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See detailSchulklasseneffekte auf Schulleistung und akademisches Selbstkonzept
Zurbriggen, Carmen UL

in Rathmann, Katharina; Hurrelmann, Klaus (Eds.) Leistung und Wohlbefinden in der Schule: Herausforderung Inklusion (2018)

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Covolo, Valentina UL

in Allegrezza, Silvia; Covolo, Valentina (Eds.) Effective Defence Rights in Criminal Proceedings. A European and Comparative Study on judicial remedies (2018)

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Krebs, Stefan UL

in Morat, Daniel; Ziemer, Hansjakob (Eds.) Handbuch Sound: Geschichte – Begriffe – Ansätze (2018)

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See detailFundamental rights protection between Strasbourg and Luxembourg: Extending Transnational ne bis in idem Across Administrative and Criminal Procedures
Ligeti, Katalin UL

in Ligeti, Katalin; Robinson, Gavin; ELI (European Law Institute) (Eds.) Preventing and Resolving Conflicts of Jurisdiction in EU Criminal Law (2018)

This chapter analyses the conceptual roots of extended ne bis in idem protection and, in particular, how the concept of ‘criminal charge’ developed by the ECtHR impacts the interpretative outcomes of the ... [more ▼]

This chapter analyses the conceptual roots of extended ne bis in idem protection and, in particular, how the concept of ‘criminal charge’ developed by the ECtHR impacts the interpretative outcomes of the CJEU and the ECtHR respectively. The chapter will then present the specific case law of the two Courts on extended ne bis in idem, including the latest developments, and will offer an assessment of the consequences of this jurisprudence for transnational cases in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (AFSJ). In particular, the transnational application of extended ne bis in idem requires a reconceptualisation and rethinking of the legal framework for preventing and resolving conflicts of criminal jurisdiction in the AFSJ. [less ▲]

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See detailSorting out Self-Defense in Space: Understanding the Conflicting Views on Self-Defense in the EU Code of Conduct
Blount, Percy UL

in Manoli, Maria; Habchi, Sandy Belle (Eds.) Monograph Series IV - Conflicts in Space and the Rule of Law (2018)

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See detailMutual Recognition and absolute standards of judicial Protection
Covolo, Valentina UL

in Allegrezza, Silvia; Covolo, Valentina (Eds.) Effective Defence Rights in Criminal Proceedings. A European and Comparative Study on judicial remedies (2018)

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See detailNon-Collective Investment Funds Under BEPS Action 6 versus European Investment Fund Law
Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas UL

in Investment Fund Taxation - Domestic Law, EU Law, and Double Taxation Treaties, EUCOTAX Series on European Taxation (2018)

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See detailLe jeu pathologique: un trouble des processus impliqués dans la prise de décision?
Brevers, Damien; Billieux, Joël UL

in Strowel, Alain; Philippe, Denis; Schamps, Geneviève (Eds.) Droit des jeux de hasard (2018)

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See detailHacia un marco general para el análisis de la diferenciación de la fuerza de trabajo en argentina
Cazón, Fernando; Graña, Juan; Kozlowski, Diego UL et al

in Kennedy, Damian (Ed.) Debates en torno a las condiciones actuales de reproducción de la fuerza de trabajo argentina en perspectiva histórica (2018)

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See detailThe Cape Town Convention - Commentary article per article
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in Mankowski, Peter (Ed.) Commercial Law (2018)

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See detailDIRECTIVE 2012/13/EU ON THE RIGHT TO INFORMATION IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS
Allegrezza, Silvia UL; Covolo, Valentina UL

in Allegrezza, Silvia; Covolo, Valentina (Eds.) EFFECTIVE DEFENCE RIGHTS IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS A European and Comparative Study on Judicial Remedies (2018)

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See detailFür Zuschauer. Intermediales Havarie-Spektakel anno 1912/13
Heimböckel, Dieter UL

in Brittnacher, Hans Richard; Küpper, Achim (Eds.) Seenöte, Schiffbrüche, feindliche Wasserwelten. Maritime Schreibweisen der Gefährdung und des Untergangs (2018)

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See detailJudicial Review for the Protection of Defence Rights in International Criminal Justice: The ICC as a Case Study
Mosna, Anna UL

in Allegrezza, Silvia; Covolo, Valentina (Eds.) Effective Defence Rights in Criminal Proceedings: A European and Comparative Study on Judicial Remedies (2018)

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See detailThe Sharing Economy and EU Anti-discrimination Law
Ratti, Luca UL; Countouris, Nicola

in Davidson, Nestor; Finck, Michèle; Infranca, John (Eds.) The Cambridge Handbook of the Law of the Sharing Economy (2018)

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Cuniberti, Gilles UL; Bordian, Nicolina

in Ferrari, Franco (Ed.) Iura Novit Curia in International Arbitration (2018)

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See detailL’influence de la Convention du Cap du 16 novembre 2001 sur les droits nationaux de l’insolvabilité (ambitions, contribution et succès de l’industrie aéronautique)
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in D'Avout, Louis (Ed.) Le droit à l’épreuve des siècles et des frontières - Mélanges en l’honneur de Bertrand Ancel (2018)

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See detailLanguage regard and cultural practice – Variation, evaluation, and change in the German regional languages
Purschke, Christoph UL

in Evans, Betsy; Benson, Erica; Stanford, James (Eds.) Language regard: Methods, Variation, and Change (2018)

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See detailLe fondement de la limitation du choix de la loi dans les contrats internes
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

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