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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 (in press)

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 detailNon discrimination on the ground of religion: the influence that the ECourtHR case law can have into defining the exception in art. 4.2 of directive 2000/78/EC
Zaccaroni, Giovanni UL

in Balboni, Marco (Ed.) The principle of non discrimination under the European Convention of Human Rights (in press)

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See detailDifferentiating equality? The different advancement in the protected grounds in the case law of the Court of Justice
Zaccaroni, Giovanni UL

in Rossi, Lucia Serena; Casolari, Federico (Eds.) The principle of equality under EU law (in press)

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See detailDis/Ability Studies in the Universal Design University
Powell, Justin J W UL; Pfahl, Lisa

in Gertz, SunHee; Huang, Betsy; Cyr, Lauren (Eds.) Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education and Societal Contexts: International and Interdisciplinary Approaches (in press)

Universities are among the most durable and successful institutions globally. However, inclusive higher education remains an elusive goal, despite the worldwide ratification of the UN Convention on the ... [more ▼]

Universities are among the most durable and successful institutions globally. However, inclusive higher education remains an elusive goal, despite the worldwide ratification of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities that mandates inclusive education throughout the life course—and thus increased access to universities. In many countries, universities attempt to implement elements of a universal design university, built to serve diverse student bodies, that will be more fully inclusive. To do so, universities must implement principles of universal design and inclusive education. Enhancing accessibility requires the removal of myriad cultural and structural barriers and reduced ableism in the academy itself. In embracing social and political paradigms of disability, especially through the multidisciplinary field of dis/ability studies, universities can give voice to diverse participants as they engage and change awareness and attitudes. This contribution addresses both activities that facilitate the development of dis/ability studies and barriers that hinder its (multi)disciplinary flourishing. In contemporary developments in the German-speaking countries—Austria, Germany, Luxembourg, and Switzerland—this multidisciplinary field engages intellectuals and activists to subversively cross disciplinary, institutional, and political divides. Relying on collaboration among members of the disability (rights) movement, advocates, and academics to develop its subversive status, the field emphasizes the subversive status necessary to realize inclusive higher education in the universal design university. [less ▲]

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See detailL'écologie du conte
Puglia, Ezio UL

in Ecographies (in press)

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See detailGekreuzte Lebenswege, gebrochene Identitäten. Intersektionale Betrachtungen zu Konrad Flecks "Flore und Blanscheflur"
Bendheim, Amelie UL; Schuh, Dominik

in Böth, Mareike; Mecklenburg, Michael; Schul, Susanne (Eds.) Abenteuerliche ‚Überkreuzungen‘: Vormoderne intersektional (in press)

Liebeserzählungen – dies lässt sich zumindest für die Vormoderne deutlich sagen – benötigen stets eine Kategorie sozialer Ungleichheit: Geschlecht. Dies gilt auch für die Gattung des Minne- und ... [more ▼]

Liebeserzählungen – dies lässt sich zumindest für die Vormoderne deutlich sagen – benötigen stets eine Kategorie sozialer Ungleichheit: Geschlecht. Dies gilt auch für die Gattung des Minne- und Aventiurerromans, der Konrads Fleck Flore und Blanscheflur (Anf. 13. Jhdt.) zuzurechnen ist. Der Text spielt strukturell das kreisförmige Schema von Trennung und Wiedervereinigung durch und ruft zugleich auf semantischer Ebene vertraute Gegensatzpaare auf. Insofern die Trennung der Liebenden nicht allein als eine räumliche sondern auch als eine soziale inszeniert wird, geraten neben der Differenzkategorie ‚Geschlecht‘ auch die Kategorien ‚Religion/Kultur‘ und ‚Stand/Freiheit‘ in den Blick. Im Sinne einer Distanzierung der Protagonisten voneinander werden diese Kategorien mit Beginn der Erzählung relevant gesetzt und fortlaufend reproduziert. Die auf diese Weise einander gegenübergestellten Identitäten von Flore und Blanscheflur werden jedoch nachfolgend im Modus der Minne miteinander vereint, die als soziale Differenzen einebnende Macht auftritt. Steht im Kern unseres Ansatzes die Frage, wie den Protagonisten zugeschriebene Identitätsmarker als Minnehindernisse aufgehoben werden, so ist zunächst dezidiert zu untersuchen, welche Mittel der Text einsetzt, um die Ungleichheit der Liebenden überhaupt erst zu produzieren. Als wesentliche Grundlage der Zuschreibungsprozesse dient dabei augenscheinlich die Genealogie, wird doch die Ungleichheit der Liebenden nicht primär durch ihnen eigene Attribute und von ihnen geübte Praktiken produziert, sondern folgt vielmehr aus den Attributen und Praktiken ihrer jeweiligen Eltern. Dies lässt die Vorgeschichte (die Geschichte ihrer Herkunft) in den Fokus der Untersuchung treten, die die Identität der Protagonisten bereits vor deren Geburt, ihrem eigentlichen Erscheinen auf der Erzähloberfläche, sozial bestimmt. Zugleich werden mit diesem Ereignis, das als schicksalhaft deutlich erkennbar ist (Geburt der Liebenden zu gleicher Stunde, an gleichem Tag) die Ungleichheitskategorien um eine Gemeinsamkeit ergänzt und mithin unterlaufen, findet die nachfolgend dargestellte Sozialisation der Hauptfiguren doch zusammen und nahezu gleichförmig statt. Im hier skizzierten Beitrag sollen folglich zunächst die in der Erzählung wirksamen Kategorien der Ungleichheit anhand der Vorgeschichte, in der ihr Zusammenspiel sowie ihre Verschränkungen am Offensichtlichsten hervortreten, herausgearbeitet werden. Ergänzend wird die „Schachspielepisode“ herangezogen, die als zentrale Verhandlungsstelle der Männlichkeitskonzeption im Text von besonderer Relevanz ist. Auf der Grundlage der Analyse der intersektionalen Strukturen innerhalb des Konradschen Romans ist weiterführend zu untersuchen, wie durch die Darstellung der personalen Minnebeziehung der Protagonisten zugleich eine gesamtgesellschaftliche Thematik zur Diskussion gestellt wird, die ein spezifisches Konzept der Repräsentation und Legitimation von Herrschaft sowie die damit verbundene politisch-gesellschaftliche Identität prolongiert. [less ▲]

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See detail»Peepshow« und »weiße Flecken« oder Das Begehren am Berg. Christof Hamanns Usambara als Parodie kolonialer Eroberungs- und Entdeckungsszenen
Osthues, Julian UL

in Dunker, Axel; Stolz, Thomas; Warnke, Ingo (Eds.) Benennungspraktiken in Prozessen kolonialer Raumaneignung (in press)

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See detailRevision des kulturellen Gedächtnisses im Spannungsfeld multipler Nah- und Fernfremde
Wiegmann, Eva UL

in Cepl-Kaufmann, Gertrude; Grande, Jasmin; Borzyszkowska, Miłosława (Eds.) et al Gedächtnistopographien im Grenzraum. Pomorze und Rheinland als trilaterale Kulturräume - Exemplarisch und im Vergleich. (in press)

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See detailLuxembourg's Constitution and EU Integration
Gerkrath, Jörg UL

in Griller, Stefan (Ed.) Member States' Constitutions and EU Integration (in press)

Luxembourg is a well-integrated member state whose EU membership relies however on poorly developed constitutional foundations. This is yet to be changed by a major constitutional overhaul that is ... [more ▼]

Luxembourg is a well-integrated member state whose EU membership relies however on poorly developed constitutional foundations. This is yet to be changed by a major constitutional overhaul that is expected to come to an end in 2018. Three patterns must be born in mind to understand the country’s constitutional culture: the Constitution had been somewhat forgotten, its political system functions according to the idea of a ‘consensus democracy’ and its leading political principle is pragmatism. The only limit to further steps of EU integration is the requirement of a 2/3 majority within Parliament in order to approve any competence transferring treaty. I the pure monistic tradition the domestic legal order is conceived in a way to avoid conflicts with international or EU law. EU norms enjoy full primacy even vis-à-vis constitutional rules. [less ▲]

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See detailUne éducation globalisée, ab initio, de tous les juristes : le Bachelor en droit de l’Université du Luxembourg
Heuschling, Luc UL

in Vogliotti, Massimo (Ed.) Pour une nouvelle éducation juridique (in press)

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See detailArriving at Justice by a Process of Elimination: Hans Kelsen and Leo Strauss
Lefort, Elisabeth UL

in Telman, Jeremy (Ed.) Hans Kelsen in America : The Anxieties of Non-Influence (in press)

The aim of this paper is to compare two authors: Hans Kelsen and Leo Strauss. More specifically, it will compare Kelsen’s “What is Justice?”—his Farewell Lecture given at Berkeley in 1952—and Leo ... [more ▼]

The aim of this paper is to compare two authors: Hans Kelsen and Leo Strauss. More specifically, it will compare Kelsen’s “What is Justice?”—his Farewell Lecture given at Berkeley in 1952—and Leo Strauss’s Natural Right and History—one of the main works on political philosophy published in twentieth century America. Both are key texts dealing with the same subject, justice. Although the two texts were written around the same time by authors who shared a similar history (they both immigrated to the United States to escape Nazism), they seem to defend radically opposed points of view. However, despite and beyond their otherwise real differences, the two texts articulate the same important idea: if one wants to think about political issues, one has to address the question of justice. This chapter will attempt to illustrate through a comparison of these two texts the importance of addressing the question of justice, especially in our modern democracies. [less ▲]

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See detailMethodische Herausforderungen zur Untersuchung privatwirtschaftlicher Kinderbetreuung als Organisation und Lernumwelt
Schmitz, Anett UL; Wiltzius, Martine UL

in GÖhlich, Michael (Ed.) Organisation und Methode. Beiträge der Kommission Organisationspädagogik (in press)

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Genot, Gilles UL

in Nouvelle biographie nationale (in press)

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See detailAssessment of problem solving
Krkovic, K.; Mustafic, Maida UL; Wüstenberg, S. et al

in Griffin, P.; McGaw, B.; Care, E. (Eds.) Assessment and teaching of 21st century skills (in press)

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See detailZwischen Anerkennung und Exklusion. Jüdische Emanzipation in Luxemburg und das décret infâme
Wagener, Renée UL

in Frishman, Judith; Fuchshuber, Thorsten; Wiese, Christian (Eds.) Samuel Hirsch, Religionsphilosoph, Emanzipationsverfechter und radikaler Reformer : Jüdische Identität im 19. Jahrhundert am Beispiel von Werk und Wirkung des ersten Oberrabbiners Luxemburgs (in press)

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See detailPatterns of Place: An Integrated Approach for the Design and Evaluation of Real and Virtual Environments
Smyth, Michael; Benyon, David; McCall, Roderick UL et al

in Lombard, Matthew; Freeman, Jonathon; Ijesslsteijn, Wijnand (Eds.) et al Immersed in Media: Presence Theory, Measurement and Technology (in press)

This chapter describes an approach to the development of virtual representations of real places. The work was funded under the European Union’s €20m Future and Emerging Technologies theme of the 5th ... [more ▼]

This chapter describes an approach to the development of virtual representations of real places. The work was funded under the European Union’s €20m Future and Emerging Technologies theme of the 5th Framework Programme, “Presence”, 2002 - 2005. The aim of the project, called BENOGO, was to develop a novel technology based on real-time image-based rendering (IBR) for representing places in virtual environments. The specific focus of the work presented here concerned how to capture the essential features of real places, and how to represent that knowledge, so that the team developing the IBR-based virtual environments could produce an environment that was as realistic as possible. This involved the development and evaluation of a number of virtual environments and the evolution of two complementary techniques; the Place Probe and Patterns of place. [less ▲]

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See detailRewriting
Osthues, Julian UL

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

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See detailNeuer Realismus und Neue Rechte
Wiegmann, Eva UL

in Zhu; Zhao; Szurawitzki (Eds.) .): Akten des XIII. Internationalen Germanistenkongresses Shanghai 2015. Germanistik zwischen Tradition und Innovation (in press)

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See detailAutobiographical Memory, Self-regulation and Well-Being
Ferring, Dieter UL; Tournier, Isabelle UL

in Robinson, Michael; Eid, Michael (Eds.) The Happy Mind: Cognitive Contributions to Well-Being (in press)

The aim of this chapter is to highlight how autobiographical memory (AM) is related to well-being being selectively used for adaptive self-regulation and serving different goals in different life phases ... [more ▼]

The aim of this chapter is to highlight how autobiographical memory (AM) is related to well-being being selectively used for adaptive self-regulation and serving different goals in different life phases. A structural view of AM is presented in a first section with a description of theories related to the self-regulation aspects of AM. These aspects are illustrated in a second section by phenomena related to AM: The reminiscence bump, the negativity/positivity effects, and the self-enhancement function linked to positive memories. The third and last section deals with AM-related therapeutic interventions that serve to improve or maintain personal meaning and SWB. [less ▲]

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See detailTopics on modular Galois representations modulo prime powers
Tsaknias, Panagiotis; Wiese, Gabor UL

in Böckle, Gebhard; Decker, Wolfram; Malle, Gunter (Eds.) Algorithmic and Experimental Methods in Algebra, Geometry, and Number Theory (in press)

This article surveys modularity, level raising and level lowering questions for two-dimensional representations modulo prime powers of the absolute Galois group of the rational numbers. It contributes ... [more ▼]

This article surveys modularity, level raising and level lowering questions for two-dimensional representations modulo prime powers of the absolute Galois group of the rational numbers. It contributes some new results and describes algorithms and a database of modular forms orbits and higher congruences. [less ▲]

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See detailEmotional ambivalence in adult children of care-dependent older parents: Heuristic impulses from cognitive-motivational emotion theories
Boll, Thomas UL

in Albert, Isabelle; Abbey, Emily; Valsiner, Jaan (Eds.) Cultural psychology of transgenerational family relations: Investigating ambivalences (in press)

Emotional ambivalence of adult children of care-dependent older parents is analyzed from the perspective of cognitive-motivational theories of emotion. Emotional ambivalence is conceived of as the co ... [more ▼]

Emotional ambivalence of adult children of care-dependent older parents is analyzed from the perspective of cognitive-motivational theories of emotion. Emotional ambivalence is conceived of as the co-presence of positive and negative emotions toward the multifaceted care situation involving these major elements: Multiple problems of the elderly parent, multiple caregiving tasks of the adult child, and multiple gains and losses for the elderly parent and for the adult child. In line with cognitive-motivational theories, positive and negative emotions are thought of as arising from mental comparisons between what adult children desire and what they believe with respect to the various facets of the care situation. Perceived fulfillment of such desires is assumed to lead to positive emotions (happiness, hope, moral pride, etc.) and perceived frustration to result in negative emotions (pity, fear, guilt, etc.) related to the elderly parent, oneself, or other family members. Because adult children usually have multiple desires (e.g., own welfare, welfare of older parent, welfare of other family members) which may be perceived as fulfilled in some areas and unfulfilled in others, various combinations of positive and negative emotions and thus emotional ambivalence is assumed to arise toward various aspects of the care situation. An illustrative application of this theoretical approach is given to a major care-related event, namely, the transition of an elderly parent to a nursing home. In conclusion, benefits for research and practice in the field of elder care (measurement, description, understanding, management, and positive functions of emotional ambivalence) are discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailGrenze als überwindbares Phänomen in der Raumplanung?
Nienaber, Birte UL

in Heintel, Martin; Musil, Robert; Weixlbaumer, Norbert (Eds.) Grenzen (in press)

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Uhrmacher, Martin UL

in Uhrmacher, Martin; Thewes, Guy (Eds.) Extra Muros. Vorstädtische Räume in Spätmittelalter und Früher Neuzeit / Espaces suburbains au bas Moyen Âge et à l’époque moderne (in press)

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See detailCare in aging: Cross-fertilization within and between Geropsychology, other gerosciences, and Cultural Psychology
Boll, Thomas UL; Ferring, Dieter UL; Valsiner, Jaan

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

Care for elderly persons is multifaceted and embedded in a rich socio-ecological context of individual, micro-, and macro-social factors. This complexity requires multidisciplinary perspectives to better ... [more ▼]

Care for elderly persons is multifaceted and embedded in a rich socio-ecological context of individual, micro-, and macro-social factors. This complexity requires multidisciplinary perspectives to better understand phenomena of elder care and to act successfully in this field. In the final chapter of a multidisciplinary book with contributions from geropsychology, other gerosciences, and cultural psychology the editors draw conclusions about major topics, new insights, and further implications for research and practice. The conclusions refer to four domains. First, the macro-social context—including demographic, historical, political, normative, and other cultural factors—opens and limits the available options for individual care giving and receipt and shapes how these issues are experienced by the participants. Second, elder care at the individual and family level is far more complex than previously thought, due to differentiated individual and social care preferences and due to consequences extending beyond single caregivers to multigenerational caring families. Third, processes involved in formal and informal care turned out to be rather differentiated: Understanding, emotional responding, motivation and acting towards suffering, care dependency and caregiver burden are influenced by multiple individual and social level factors. Fourth, future issues of elder care are shaped by macro level factors such as population aging, social trends in job and family life, and technological developments with implications for ensuring care quality, care staff, culturally sensitive care, and assistive technologies. Cultural psychology emerged as a valuable partner of the gerosciences by contributing essentially to a deeper understanding of the aforementioned issues. [less ▲]

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See detailCulture in the Act of Caring: Bringing Geropsychology, other gerosciences, and Cultural Psychology together
Boll, Thomas UL; Ferring, Dieter UL; Valsiner, Jaan

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

In the introduction of a multidisciplinary book on the role of culture in elder care the editors set the stage for a substantive integration of contributions from geropsychology, other gerosciences, and ... [more ▼]

In the introduction of a multidisciplinary book on the role of culture in elder care the editors set the stage for a substantive integration of contributions from geropsychology, other gerosciences, and cultural psychology. The authors present arguments for a life-span developmental perspective on care for the elderly and extend this to geropsychology as subsection of life-span developmental psychology. They further emphasize that these disciplines consider to some extent the role of cultural and other contextual factors and that other gerosciences specialized on historical, political, health-and nursing-related aspects of elder care can further supplement this effort. Then three major streams of cultural psychology are mentioned which are particularly relevant to topics of caring: Dialogical Self Theory, Theory of Social Representations, and Cultural Psychology of Semiotic Dynamics. The authors conclude that an increasing population aging and growing gaps between demand and supply of care create a serious practical need for an integration of geropsychology, other gerosciences, and cultural psychologies to achieve a better understanding of the individual, interpersonal, and macro social processes involved in elder care. [less ▲]

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See detail'Heilige Sprachen', Weltsprachen. Lingua Franca
Sieburg, Heinz UL

in Dembeck, Till; Parr, Rolf (Eds.) Literatur und Mehrsprachigkeit. Ein Handbuch (in press)

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See detailLuxemburg postkolonial? Zur Leistung einer postkolonialen Perspektive im Horizont der Interkulturalitätsforschung
Osthues, Julian UL

in Wiegmann, Eva (Ed.) Interkulturelles Labor. Luxemburg im Spannungsfeld von Integration und Diversifikation (in press)

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See detailMemory in old age – A life-span perspective
Ferring, Dieter UL

in Wagoner, Brady (Ed.) Oxford Handbook of Culture and Memory (in press)

In this chapter, memory is considered from a life-span perspective combining a geropsychological as well as a life-span developmental view. Characteristics of such a view are This chapter focusses memory ... [more ▼]

In this chapter, memory is considered from a life-span perspective combining a geropsychological as well as a life-span developmental view. Characteristics of such a view are This chapter focusses memory under the perspective of human ageing. It starts with a conception of ageing that highlights the interplay of genetics, life styles and culture as fundamental dynamics underlying the ageing process as well as it’s impact on memory functioning. A second section focuses the context of ontogenesis and describes central concepts of memory structure and functioning in a life span perspective underlining the adaptive function of memory use. Building on this, a third section elaborates the dynamic interplay and the role of memory in the self-regulation of the ageing self. The last section puts memory in the context of two aspects of culture differing between assistive culture providing knowledge and technology resources and culture as representing symbolic resources that help in the collective and individual construction of meaning. [less ▲]

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See detailLes origines au XIXe siècle du rang supra-constitutionnel des traités en droit luxembourgeois: l'enjeu de la monarchie
Heuschling, Luc UL

in Riassetto, Isabelle; Heuschling, Luc; Ravarani, Georges (Eds.) Mélanges en l'honneur de Rusen Ergec (in press)

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See detailSprachkontakt: Pidgins und Kreolsprachen
Sieburg, Heinz UL

in Dembeck, Till; Parr, Rolf (Eds.) Literatur und Mehrsprachigkeit. Ein Handbuch (in press)

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Puglia, Ezio UL

in Cohen, Esther (Ed.) Walter Benjamin. Glosario de términos y conceptos (in press)

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See detailHigher Education Systems and Institutions, Luxembourg
Harmsen, Robert UL; Powell, Justin J W UL

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

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

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

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See detailChapter 4:A Survey on The Polytopic Takagi-Sugeno Approach: Application to the Inverted Pendulum
Bezzaoucha, Souad UL; Voos, Holger UL; Darouach, Mohamed

in The Inverted Pendulum: From Theory to New Innovations in Control and Robotics (in press)

This book chapter gives a general scope, states the main results obtained and methods used for the Polytopic Takagi-Sugeno approach with a detailed application to the inverted pendulum. Modeling, observer ... [more ▼]

This book chapter gives a general scope, states the main results obtained and methods used for the Polytopic Takagi-Sugeno approach with a detailed application to the inverted pendulum. Modeling, observer and controller design will be considered. [less ▲]

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See detailTracing the iconization of the salty article of Balearic vernaculars in Facebook communities [provisional title]
Duane Bernedo, Lucas John UL

in Juffermans, Kasper; Weth, Constanze (Eds.) The tyranny of writing: Ideologies of the written word (in press)

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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 einer praxeologischen Erziehungswissenschaft. Theorie - Methodologie - Analyse (in press)

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See detailScientific and legal concepts of care dependency: Role for understanding, emotional responding, and acting in the field of elder care
Boll, Thomas UL; Ferring, Dieter UL

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

In this chapter, we analyze scientific and legal concepts of care dependency and explore their roles for understanding, emotional responding, and acting of various participants in the field of elder care ... [more ▼]

In this chapter, we analyze scientific and legal concepts of care dependency and explore their roles for understanding, emotional responding, and acting of various participants in the field of elder care. First, two comprehensive concepts from the nursing sciences are contrasted. Then we compare a scientific and two legal concepts (restrictive vs. inclusive) of care dependency from the German long-term care (LTC) system, the last of which regulate older persons´ access to LTC benefits. Here, we consider their different implications for the risk of unmet psychological, social, and temporary care needs. Next, we examine the theoretical and methodological roles of different care dependency concepts for assessment as well as the analysis of prevalence, antecedents, consequences, and the management of care dependency. Following this, we explore possible functions of care dependency concepts as cognitive mediators of various agents’ activities related to elder care, which opens new topics for further research. Among these, we include the ascription of care dependency by various actors, older people´s self-presentation, and family carers´ presentation and LTC administrators´ evaluation of an older person´s care dependency. Further issues addressed are the education of professional care workers and professionals´ provision of elder care. Here, special attention is devoted to the implications of a shift from a restrictive to a more inclusive legal concept of care dependency as recently happened in Germany. Finally, we discuss the implications of inclusive legal concepts of care dependency for the improvement of elder care quality [less ▲]

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Sieburg, Heinz UL

in Dembeck, Till; Parr, Rolf (Eds.) Literatur und Mehrsprachigkeit. Ein Handbuch (in press)

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Scalise, Kathleen; Mustafic, Maida UL; Greiff, Samuel UL

in Kuger, Susanne; Klieme, Eckhard; Jude, Nina (Eds.) et al Assessing context of learning world-wide (in press)

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Sieburg, Heinz UL

in Dembeck, Till; Parr, Rolf (Eds.) Literatur und Mehrsprachigkeit. Ein Handbuch (in press)

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Powell, Justin J W UL

in Sturm, Tanja; Wagner-Willi, Monika (Eds.) Handbuch Schulische Inklusion (in press)

Global, national und lokal wird die hohe und gestiegene Bedeutung formaler Bildung für Gesellschaften und Individuen – und hier auch diejenigen mit besonderem Förderbedarf – hervorgehoben. Durch ... [more ▼]

Global, national und lokal wird die hohe und gestiegene Bedeutung formaler Bildung für Gesellschaften und Individuen – und hier auch diejenigen mit besonderem Förderbedarf – hervorgehoben. Durch Initiativen wie „Education for All“ (UNESCO 2015) sowie die UN-Konvention über die Rechte von Menschen mit Behinderung (UN-BRK, seit 2006), welche inklusive Bildung als Menschenrecht verankert, werden die Themen Inklusion und Sonderpädagogik zunehmend in Bildungspolitik und -praxis weltweit aufgegriffen. Trotz der unbestreitbaren Erfolge in den Bemühungen, allen Kindern den Zugang zu Bildung zu ermöglichen – und somit die schulische Exklusion zu reduzieren –, ist die vollständige schulische Inklusion aller Schülerinnen und Schüler weltweit eine Herausforderung geblieben. Selbst in den nordischen Ländern (Dänemark, Finnland, Island, Norwegen und Schweden), welche vergleichsweise fortgeschrittene inklusive Bildungssysteme etabliert haben, wird inklusive Bildung eher als Prozess und Ziel denn als erreichter Status betrachtet. Wie die Ausweitung des Zugangs zu formalisierter Bildung insgesamt, vollzieht sich der Übergang von Exklusion zu Inklusion im Hinblick auf die Förderorte graduell. In vielen Ländern wird sonderpädagogische Unterstützung in verschiedenen Organisationsformen angeboten, entlang eines Kontinuums von Segregation (Unterricht in unterschiedlichen Gebäuden), über Separation (Unterricht im selben Schulgebäude aber in unterschiedlichen Räumen) und Integration (teilweise gemeinsamer Unterricht) hin zu vollständiger Inklusion (umfassender gemeinsamer Unterricht). Die Überwindung organisationaler Exklusion – in vielen Teilen der Welt noch die alltägliche Realität für Kinder oder Jugendliche mit wahrgenommenen Beeinträchtigungen und Behinderungen – ist demnach nur der erste Schritt hin zur größtmöglichen Teilhabe an formal organisierten Lernmöglichkeiten. [less ▲]

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Heuschling, Luc UL

in von Bogdandy, Armin; Huber, Peter Michael; Cassese, Sabino (Eds.) The Max Planck Handbook of European Public Law (in press)

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Steinmetz, Sara UL; Willems, Helmut UL; Weiss, Pierre UL

in Henn, Daniela; Prigge, Jessica; Ries, Karsten (Eds.) et al Streifzüge durch die angewandte Sozialwissenschaft. Evaluation - Migration - Sozialpolitik - Soziale Arbeit. Dieter Filsinger zum 65. Geburtstag (in press)

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Abrilahij, Afsaneh UL; Boll, Thomas UL

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

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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Sieburg, Heinz UL

in Dembeck, Till; Parr, Rolf (Eds.) Literatur und Mehrsprachigkeit. Ein Handbuch (in press)

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Priem, Karin UL

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

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Mendes, Joana UL

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

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Hesse, Markus UL

in Handwörterbuch der Stadt- und Raumentwicklung (in press)

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Wagner, Mélanie UL

in Davies, Wini; Häcki-Buhofer, Annelies; Schmidlin, Regula (Eds.) et al Plurizentrik des Deutschen zwischen Norm und Praxis (in press)

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Hörstermann, Thomas UL; Krolak-Schwerdt, Sabine UL

in Studies in classification, data analysis and knowledge organization (in press)

Applied research on judgment formation, e.g. in education, is interested in identifying the underlying judgment rules from empirical judgment data. Psychological theories and empirical results on human ... [more ▼]

Applied research on judgment formation, e.g. in education, is interested in identifying the underlying judgment rules from empirical judgment data. Psychological theories and empirical results on human judgment formation support the assumption of compensatory strategies, e.g. (weighted) linear models, as well as non compensatory (heuristic) strategies as underlying judgment rules. Previous research repeatedly demonstrated that linear regression models well fitted empirical judgment data, leading to the conclusion that the underlying cognitive judgment rules were also linear and compensatory. This simulation study investigated whether a good fit of a linear regression model is a valid indicator of a compensatory cognitive judgment formation process. Simulated judgment data sets with underlying compensatory and noncompensatory judgment rules were generated to reflect typical judgment data from applied educational research. Results indicated that linear regression models well fitted even judgment data with underlying non compensatory judgment rules, thus impairing the validity of the fit of the linear model as an indicator of compensatory cognitive judgment processes. [less ▲]

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

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

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Roelens, Nathalie UL

in Littérature, ruptures, contrats (in press)

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See detailAssessing Complex Problem Solving in the Classroom: Meeting Challenges and Opportunities
Sonnleitner, Philipp UL; Keller, Ulrich UL; Martin, Romain UL et al

in Csapó, Beno; Funke, Joachim (Eds.) The Nature of Problem Solving (in press)

At the time when complex problem solving was established as a key aspect of today’s educational curricula and a central competence of international assessment frameworks like PISA, it became evident that ... [more ▼]

At the time when complex problem solving was established as a key aspect of today’s educational curricula and a central competence of international assessment frameworks like PISA, it became evident that the educational context places special demands on assessment instruments used for this purpose. In this chapter, we show how these challenges can successfully be addressed by reviewing recent advancements in the field of complex problem solving. We use the example of the Genetics Lab, a newly developed and psychometrically sound microworld which emphasizes usability and acceptance amongst students, to discuss challenges and opportunities of assessing complex problem solving in the classroom. [less ▲]

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Roelens, Nathalie UL

in Dessins d'écrivains: de l'archive à l'oeuvre (in press)

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Mendes, Joana UL

in Rose-Ackerman, Susan; Lindseth, Peter (Eds.) Comparative Administrative Law (in press)

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Mendes, Joana UL; Venzke, Ingo

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

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Pit-Ten Cate, Ineke UL

in Llewellyn, C; Ayers, S; McManus, C (Eds.) et al Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health, & Medicine (in press)

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Greiff, Samuel UL; Martin, Romain UL

in Spector, J. M. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Educational Technology (in press)

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Roelens, Nathalie UL

in Visages.Histoires, représentations, créations (in press)

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Gerkrath, Jörg UL

in Papier, Hans Jürgen; Merten, Detlev (Eds.) Handbuch der Grundrechte in Deutschland und Europa (in press)

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Bollig, Sabine UL

in Nentwig-Gesemann, Iris; Fröhlich-Gildhoff, Klaus; Betz, Tanja (Eds.) et al Forschung in der Frühpädagogik, Bd 9, Institutionalisierung früher Kindheit und Organisationsentwicklung (in press)

In the course of the extending field of public daycare for children under the age of 3 the impact of family day care (professional childminding) has considerably increased. But, despite its recent ... [more ▼]

In the course of the extending field of public daycare for children under the age of 3 the impact of family day care (professional childminding) has considerably increased. But, despite its recent professionalization and diversification its ‘family-likeness’ still counts as its main character. Mostly used as a root category for a bundle of structural characteristics it, however, remains a still open question what this ‘family-likeness’ mean in an actor-related perspective. This contribution starts, therefore, with the assumption that the family-likeness of childminding is an everyday practical accomplishment which gets accentuated and enacted in different ways of the diverse actor groups within young children’s care and education arrangements (parents, professionals, and children). In recourse to two case studies taken from the Luxembourgian CHILD-study it is showed how this multi-positional ‘doing family-likeness’ is embedded within the socio-genesis and everyday accomplishment of children’s care and education arrangements, resulting in definable different forms of this ‘doing family-likness’ across the case studies. With that, the article introduces a multi-dimensional analytical perspective towards the institutionalization of diverse ‘family day care-childhoods’, and thereby, also point on the contributions of young children to childminding as a family-like day care which are often overlooked in current research. [less ▲]

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Molnar, G.; Greiff, Samuel UL; Wüstenberg, Sascha UL et al

in Csapo, Beno; Funke, Joachim (Eds.) The nature of problem solving (in press)

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Osthues, Julian UL

in Standke, Jan (Ed.) Wolfgang Herrndorf. Literatur im Unterricht. Texte der Gegenwartsliteratur für die Schule (in press)

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Siry, Christina UL

in Bryan, L.; Tobin, K. (Eds.) Thirteen questions for science education (in press)

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Siry, Christina UL

in Scantlebury, K. (Ed.) Moving science education into the 21st century: A festschrift in honor of Kenneth Tobin (in press)

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Burton, Réginald UL; Flieller, A; Frenette, E et al

in Dierendonck, Christophe; Loarer, E; Rey, B (Eds.) L'évaluation des compétences en milieu scolaire et en milieu professionne (in press)

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Poncelet, Débora UL; Vlassis, Joëlle UL

in Moignard, Benjamin; Rubi, Stephanie (Eds.) L’école des dispositifs. Approches internationales autour des nouvelles problématiques scolaires (in press)

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Schumacher, Jutta UL

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

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See detailKarl der Große, Berthe mit dem fuoze und ein allzu triuwer Held. Mythisches Erzählen im Anfangsrahmen von Konrad Flecks "Flore und Blanscheflur" als Legitimation eines neuen Herrscherbildes
Bendheim, Amelie UL

in Zhu; Zhao; Szurawitzki (Eds.) Akten des XIII. Internationalen Germanistenkongresses Shanghai 2015. Germanistik zwischen Tradition und Innovation (in press)

Konrad Fleck konstruiert in seinem Liebes- und Abenteuerroman Flore und Blanscheflur einen Anfangsrahmen, der ein eindrückliches Beispiel für die spezifische Verschränkung von Mythos und Realität liefert ... [more ▼]

Konrad Fleck konstruiert in seinem Liebes- und Abenteuerroman Flore und Blanscheflur einen Anfangsrahmen, der ein eindrückliches Beispiel für die spezifische Verschränkung von Mythos und Realität liefert und so der Erzählung – bereits vor deren eigentlichem Beginn – eine besondere Prägung verleiht. Indem der mythische Raum sich einer absoluten, faktualen Rationalität entzieht und einer Zeitbetrachtung untersteht, die „der weitergehenden Erklärung weder fähig noch bedürftig ist“ (Cassirer), kommt ihm zugleich ein erweiterter Referenz- und Möglichkeitsraum zu, der auch die Einbettung fiktionaler Figuren in einen historischen Kontext zu- bzw. unproblematisch werden lässt. Die genealogische, pseudo-historische Anbindung des Helden an Karl den Großen motiviert die Erzählung in doppelter Ausrichtung, indem die fiktionale Geschichte um Flore legitimiert und gleichermaßen zur Ursprungserzählung der Karlsherrschaft stilisiert wird. Darüber hinausgehend nutzt Konrad den Bezug für die Konzeption eines Herrschertyps, der, im Umweg über die Muttergeneration (Berthe) und damit über die weibliche Abstammungslinie, bisher ausgeblendete Herrschertugenden, wie Empathie, Glaube und triuwe, einbezieht. Mit Flore treffen wir auf einen Helden, der ein – auch von den klassischen Karlsgeschichten – abweichendes Herrschaftsbild verkörpert, auf einen Helden der ‚großen Gefühle‘. Der Floreroman kann damit als anschauliches Exempel dafür betrachtet werden, wie mythische Denk- und Erzählformen für eine realhistorische, mittelalterliche Thematik, nämlich die Frage nach vorbildlicher Herrschaft und Herrschaftsidentität, in Anspruch genommen, wie Gegenwart mit Hilfe von mythischem Erzählen legitimiert und plausibilisiert werden kann. Der Vortrag nimmt hierbei insbesondere in den Blick, in wiefern der mythische Anfangsrahmen des untersuchten Textes den Hörer auf eine bestimmte Lesart einstimmt und seine Wahrnehmung der folgenden Erzählung zu prägen vermag. [less ▲]

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Chaouche, Fatima UL; Haslehner, Werner UL

in Cross-border Exchange of Tax Information and Fundamental Rights (in press)

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Wagener, Renée UL

in Veröffentlichung der Beiträge zur Konferenz « Nationenbildung und Demokratie », 9-11 juin 2011 (in press)

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Ferring, Dieter UL

in Rosa, Alberto; Valsiner, Jaan (Eds.) The Cambridge handbook of socio-cultural psychology (in press)

This chapter contrasts two different views on ageing. An external “view from without” starts in a first step with the description of phenomena associated with human ageing including the notions of death ... [more ▼]

This chapter contrasts two different views on ageing. An external “view from without” starts in a first step with the description of phenomena associated with human ageing including the notions of death and dying. This is followed by presenting an overview of central and mostly psychological models and theories about human ageing. Here, life span conceptions as well as theories on self-regulation of the ageing self are described and discussed. Furthermore, a specific focus is put on the differing qualifications that the term ageing has received in diverse theoretical models. The internal “view from within” finally starts with three case stories presenting excerpts of individual biographic narratives that highlight the importance of life events and adaptive processes within the family in the subjective construction of the self and the life course. The conclusion elaborates a person-centred approach in the study of human ageing taking into account that both family and culture interact in forming development in general as well as life in advancing age in particular. [less ▲]

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Leist, Anja UL

in Bormans, Leo (Ed.) World Book of Happiness 2.0 (in press)

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Osthues, Julian UL

in Assemboni, Obi; Babka, Anna; Dunker, Axel (Eds.) Postkolonialität denken – Spektren germanistischer Forschung (Togo 2014) (in press)

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Neframi, Eleftheria UL

in Dubos, Olivier; Platon, Sébastien (Eds.) Commentaire du Traité sur l'Union européenne (in press)

Article 21 TEU is introduced by the treaty of Lisbon and concerns a global approach of the EU external action objectives. The commentary underlines the impact on the exercise of the external competence of ... [more ▼]

Article 21 TEU is introduced by the treaty of Lisbon and concerns a global approach of the EU external action objectives. The commentary underlines the impact on the exercise of the external competence of the EU, the relation between the objectives, the importance of the principle of coherence and relation between values and objectives. [less ▲]

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See detailLe rapport Werner en suspens. Les débats autour de l'Union économique et monétaire en 1973
Danescu, Elena UL

in Wilkens, Andreas (Ed.) Une année particulière: 1973 et les tourments de l'Europe (2018)

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Danescu, Elena UL; Tedeschi, Paolo

in Leboutte, René; Tedeschi, Paolo (Eds.) Euro changes: European Responses to Economics and Social Changes. From de 1970s to the new Millennium. (2018)

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During, Marten UL

in Häußling, Roger (Ed.) Visualisierung sozialer Netzwerke (2018)

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Danescu, Elena UL; Kmec, Sonja UL

in Hartley, Cathy (Ed.) WESTERN EUROPE 2018 (2017)

With a long tradition of political stability and social democracy, a creative development model, skilled human capital and a culture of consensus, Luxembourg is at the forefront of Europe. Its main ... [more ▼]

With a long tradition of political stability and social democracy, a creative development model, skilled human capital and a culture of consensus, Luxembourg is at the forefront of Europe. Its main strategic challenge is how to achieve economic diversification while maintaining the sustainability of the Luxembourg social model. The country has embarked on the "third industrial revolution", with innovation as the main driver of sustainable growth and the University of Luxembourg as a major player. [less ▲]

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Bloch, Natalie UL; Heimböckel, Dieter UL

in Englhart, Andreas; Schößler, Franziska (Eds.) Grundthemen der Literaturwissenschaft: Drama (2017)

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Schmitz, Sandra UL; Robinson, Gavin UL

in Taeger, Jürgen (Ed.) Recht 4.0 - Innovationen aus den rechtswissenschaftlichen Laboren (2017)

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Houssemand, Claude UL; Pignault, Anne UL

in Liu, Yang (Ed.) Unemployment - Perspectives and Solutions (2017)

A recent strand of research has raised the question of whether a change is underway in the relationships that people have with work and nonwork. This body of work suggests that the manner in which people ... [more ▼]

A recent strand of research has raised the question of whether a change is underway in the relationships that people have with work and nonwork. This body of work suggests that the manner in which people view unemployment and not working is changing. This chapter pursues and clarifies the first results of this research. The authors hypothesize a process of unemployment normalization, defined as the view that unemployment is a normal or even inevitable phase of life in a person’s career path and is the result of external circumstances rather than personal ones. This was tested with 600 unemployed people in two different economic contexts—France and Luxembourg—using a scale that revealed two latent factors: Justification for current unemployment situation and Perceived normality of unemployment. The findings reveal differences in the degree of normalization according to socioeconomic variables as well as an impact on the perceived health of the unemployed. [less ▲]

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Ehrhart, Sabine UL

in Reutner, Ursula (Ed.) Manuel des francophonies (2017)

Dans le présent article nous tenterons de dresser le portrait des situations d’utilisation du français dans l’océan Pacifique, dans une approche écologique, dynamique et holistique. Nous présenterons ... [more ▼]

Dans le présent article nous tenterons de dresser le portrait des situations d’utilisation du français dans l’océan Pacifique, dans une approche écologique, dynamique et holistique. Nous présenterons brièvement l’évolution historique et politique de chaque aire francophone, de son degré de francophonie et des liens qui existent entre le français et les autres langues parlées à chaque endroit, selon les domaines et fonctions d’utilisation. Certaines parties de cette vaste région se caractérisent par le tissage d’un réseau actif de relations interinsulaires. La Polynésie en est l’illustration type, alors qu’en revanche les espaces insulaires de la Mélanésie ont davantage tendance à être repliés sur eux-mêmes. [less ▲]

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See detailZur Zufriedenheit von Mitgliedern des Verwaltungsrats und der Geschäftsleitung Schweizer Aktiengesellschaften mit dem "umfassenden Bericht" der Revisionsstelle : Ergebnisse einer explorativen Studie
Muessig, Anke UL

in Funk, Wilfried (Ed.) Internationale Rechnungslegung und Internationales Controlling : Herausforderungen - Handlungsfelder - Erfolgspotenziale (2017)

In der Schweiz sind zum 1. Januar 2008 die geänderten Artikel des Obligationenrechts (OR) zur Abschlussprüfung (sog. ordentliche Revision) in Kraft getreten. Ein Ziel der Reform ist es gewesen, die ... [more ▼]

In der Schweiz sind zum 1. Januar 2008 die geänderten Artikel des Obligationenrechts (OR) zur Abschlussprüfung (sog. ordentliche Revision) in Kraft getreten. Ein Ziel der Reform ist es gewesen, die Qualität der ordentlichen Revision zu erhöhen. Ansatzpunkte waren insbesondere die Verbesserung der Kommunikation der Revisionsstelle mit dem Verwaltungsrat (VR) durch die Einführung des sog. umfassenden Berichts und die Erweiterung des Prüfungsumfangs um die Prüfung der Existenz des Internen Kontrollsystems (IKS). Der vorliegende Beitrag adressiert die Unsicherheiten der Revisionsstellen beim umfassenden Bericht. Ziel ist es, erstmalig und in einer breitangelegten Befragung von VR- und GL-Mitgliedern ihre Zufriedenheit mit dem umfassenden Bericht zu erheben. Die Ergebnisse der explorativen Studie sollen den Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaften Verbesserungspotenziale hinsichtlich ihrer Berichterstattung aufzeigen und Ansatzpunkte für eine „passgenaue” Berichterstattung liefern. [less ▲]

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See detailEngagierte linke Jugendliche und die Ambivalenz in der Gewaltfrage
Willems, Helmut UL; Kühnel, Wolfgang

in Willems, Helmut; Kühnel, Wolfgang (Eds.) Politisches Engagement im Jugendalter : Zwischen Beteiligung, Protest und Gewalt (2017)

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See detailGeneralization of Czoga\l a-Drewniak Theorem for $n$-ary semigroups
Kiss, Gergely UL; Somlai, Gabor

in Torra, Vicenç; Mesiar, Radko; De Baets, Bernard (Eds.) Aggregation Functions in Theory and in Practice (2017)

We investigate n-ary semigroups as a natural generalization of binary semigroups. We refer it as a pair (X,F_n), where X is a set and an n-associative function F_n : X^n -> X is defined on X. We show that ... [more ▼]

We investigate n-ary semigroups as a natural generalization of binary semigroups. We refer it as a pair (X,F_n), where X is a set and an n-associative function F_n : X^n -> X is defined on X. We show that if F_n is idempotent, n-associative function which is monotone in each of its variables, defined on an interval I and has a neutral element, then F_n is combination of the minimum and maximum operation. Moreover we can characterize the n-ary semigroups (I,F_n) where F_n has the previous properties. [less ▲]

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See detailMemories; Sticky Thoughts; Drowning; The Sea; City Life; Surrender; Writer´s Block; Spring; Death; Beach Life; About Time; Entrapment
Nienhaus, Sylvia UL

in Caeners, Torsten; Schreyer, Lioba (Eds.) Verse and Tile (2017)

Selected poems

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Wong, Catherine UL; Lockie, Stewart

in Schandl, Heinz; Walker, Iain (Eds.) Social Sciences and Sustainability (2017)

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See detailFrom Anti-Semitism to Modernist Critique. The department store debate around 1900.
Lenz, Thomas UL

in Peterle, Astrid (Ed.) Buy from Jews! Story of a Viennese store culture. (2017)

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See detailBioinformatics Tools for Genome-Wide Epigenetic Research
del Sol Mesa, Antonio UL

in Neuroepigenomics in Aging and Disease (2017)

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See detailLa mutation de la fonction parlementaire: le rôle des parlements dans la gouvernance économique
Allemand, Frederic UL; Martucci, Francesco

in Auby, Jean-Bernard; Idoux, Pascale (Eds.) Le Gouvernement économique européen (2017)

Placé au centre des préoccupations à la faveur des crises qui ont révélé ses insuffisances, le gouvernement économique européen demeure, en dépit des avancées récentes, un terrain évolutif encore ... [more ▼]

Placé au centre des préoccupations à la faveur des crises qui ont révélé ses insuffisances, le gouvernement économique européen demeure, en dépit des avancées récentes, un terrain évolutif encore largement en friche, propice à un travail interdisciplinaire de réflexion sur l’existant et d’invention de futurs développements, auquel la communauté des juristes doit prendre part et qu’elle doit s’efforcer d’enrichir par sa diversité. À cet égard, le présent ouvrage, loin de prétendre épuiser le sujet, se présente à la fois comme une ébauche et une invitation. Sa première partie s’interroge sur le principe même d’un gouvernement économique européen, afin de tenter d’apporter quelques réponses à la question de savoir ce qui fait en éprouver la nécessité dans un contexte juridique et politique qui repose fondamentalement sur une confiance dans le marché. La deuxième partie s’efforce de cerner ce qu’est le gouvernement économique européen, dans son état actuel, tel qu’il résulte notamment des inflexions et ajouts divers que la crise a conduit à lui apporter, sous l’angle des institutions, des principes et des méthodes de pilotage public de l’économie. Enfin, la troisième partie propose des hypothèses sur les perspectives d’évolution envisageables à ces trois égards. [less ▲]

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

in Agras, W. Stewart; Hagler Robinson, Athena (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Eating Disorders, Second Edition (2017)

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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Budach, Gabriele UL; de Saint-Georges, Ingrid UL

in Canagarajah, Suresh (Ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Migration and Language (2017)

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See detailMore or Less Intergovernmental Cooperation Within the New EMU?
Allemand, Frederic UL

in Daniele, Luigi; Simone, Pierluigi; Cisotta, Roberto (Eds.) Democracy in the EMU in the Aftermath of the Crisis (2017)

This chapter aims to analyse the recent shift in the allocation of powers within the EMU institutional framework. In the words of Angela Merkel, a new Union method is emerging from the Lisbon Treaty. The ... [more ▼]

This chapter aims to analyse the recent shift in the allocation of powers within the EMU institutional framework. In the words of Angela Merkel, a new Union method is emerging from the Lisbon Treaty. The management of the subprime crisis and sovereign debt crisis gave rise to practical institutional arrangements and the adoption of new secondary law whereby the European Council, as well as the Euro Summit were conferred on new political responsibilities. However, as we argue, this development in intergovernmental cooperation takes place with proper regard for the institutional balance and the complex system for the balancing of powers within the EMU. Following all the crises and reforms, EMU governance is neither more supranational nor more intergovernmental. It is both at once. To our way of thinking, to try to set the two approaches against each other would be a sterile exercise. EMU governance—and, in a broader sense, EU governance—is intergovernmental and supranational. It cannot be otherwise, so long as the EU bears the imprint of a twofold requirement: to achieve unity while respecting diversity. [less ▲]

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See detailNostalgies identitaires – Réflexions éparses sur la formation d’une prise de conscience nationale
Pauly, Michel UL

in Georges, Nathalie; Schronen, Danielle; Urbé, Robert (Eds.) 2017 Sozialalmanach. Schwéierpunkt: Lëtzebuerg 2060 – 1,1 Mio Awunner? (2017)

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See detailEcocriticism im Kontext kapitalistischer und sozialistischer Systemkritik. Meinrad Inglins 'Urwang' und Valentin Rasputins 'Abschied von Matjora'
Wiegmann, Eva UL

in Schmitt, Claudia; Solte-Gresser, Christiane (Eds.) Literatur und Ökologie. Neue literatur- und kulturwissenschaftliche Perspektiven (2017)

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See detailTransversal Report on Judicial Protection
Ligeti, Katalin UL; Robinson, Gavin UL

in Luchtman, Michiel; Vervaele, John (Eds.) Investigatory powers and procedural safeguards: Improving OLAF’s legislative framework through a comparison with other EU law enforcement authorities (ECN/ESMA/ECB) (2017)

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See detailTendenzen und Entwicklungen der Theaterlandschaft in Europa. Zwischen ökonomischen Zwängen und europäischem Anspruch
BLOCH, Natalie UL

in BLOCH, Natalie; BLOCH, Dieter; Tropper, Elisabeth (Eds.) Vorstellung Europa - Performing Europe. Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf Europa im Theater der Gegenwart (2017)

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See detail„Er war mit der Zeit zu einem Begriff geworden“. Zur Konstruktion der Figur Batty Weber
Gilbertz, Fabienne UL

in Millim, Anne-Marie (Ed.) Batty Weber – Werk und Wirkung (2017)

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