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Recherche 2 0

Recherche 2 0 Author Ragnar Müller
ISBN-10 9783658022501
Release 2013-09-18
Pages 140
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Diese Einführung unterscheidet sich von anderen, indem sie breit in die wissenschaftliche Internetrecherche einführt, das methodische Vorgehen und die Analyse der Ergebnisse eingehend behandelt und vor allem die Recherche in und mit Hilfe von Web 2.0-Diensten systematisch berücksichtigt. Dabei wird die Recherche als Teil des umfassenderen Ablaufs „Finden – Bewerten – Festhalten – Auf dem Laufenden bleiben” begriffen. Es werden also über die Recherche hinaus Werkzeuge vorgestellt, mit denen man die Ergebnisse festhalten kann (Notizbücher, soziale Bookmarkdienste und Literaturverwaltung) und es wird behandelt, wie man bezogen auf seine Themen und auf das Recherchieren selbst up to date bleibt. Ein Buch aus der Praxis für die Praxis: für Wissenschaftler, für Studierende und für jene, die bereits im Beruf sind und methodisch umfassend und effektiv das wissenschaftliche Recherchieren lernen wollen.



Zitty

Zitty Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105115076254
Release 2006
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The Securitisation of Climate Change

The Securitisation of Climate Change Author Thomas Diez
ISBN-10 9781317353058
Release 2016-04-28
Pages 224
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This book provides the first systematic comparative analysis of climate security discourses. It analyses the securitisation of climate change in four different countries: USA, Germany, Turkey, and Mexico. The empirical analysis traces how specific climate-security discourses have become dominant, which actors have driven this process, what political consequences this has had and what role the broader context has played in enabling these specific securitisations. In doing so, the book outlines a new and systematic theoretical framework that distinguishes between different referent objects of securitisation (territorial, individual and planetary) and between a security and risk dimension. It thereby clarifies the ever-increasing literature on different forms of securitisation and the relationship between security, risk and politics. Whereas securitisation studies have traditionally focused on either a single country case study or a global overview, consequently failing to reconstruct detailed securitisation dynamics, this is the first book to provide a systematic comparative analysis of climate security discourses in four countries and thus closes an empirical gap in the present literature. In addition, this comparative framework allows the drawing of conclusions about the conditions for and consequences of successful securitisation based on empirical and comparative analysis rather than theoretical debate only. This book will of interest to students of climate change, environmental studies, critical security, global governance, and IR in general.



Methodology of the Social Sciences

Methodology of the Social Sciences Author Felix Kaufmann
ISBN-10 LCCN:nun00461328
Release 1944
Pages 272
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Methodology of the Social Sciences has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Methodology of the Social Sciences also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Methodology of the Social Sciences book for free.



A Frequency Dictionary of German

A Frequency Dictionary of German Author Randall Jones
ISBN-10 9781135182960
Release 2015-06-03
Pages 199
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A Frequency Dictionary of German is an invaluable tool for all learners of German, providing a list of the 4,034 most frequently used words in the language. Based on a 4.2 million-word corpus which is evenly divided between spoken, fiction and non-fiction texts, the dictionary provides a detailed frequency-based list plus alphabetical and part of speech indexes. All entries in the rank frequency list feature the English equivalent, a sample sentence plus an indication of major register variation. The dictionary also contains twenty-one thematically organized lists of frequently used words on a variety of topics as well as eleven special vocabulary lists. A Frequency Dictionary of German aims to enable students of all levels to maximize their study of German vocabulary in an efficient and engaging way.



The EU Promoting Regional Integration and Conflict Resolution

The EU  Promoting Regional Integration  and Conflict Resolution Author Thomas Diez
ISBN-10 9783319475301
Release 2017-03-20
Pages 336
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This book provides a comprehensive study into the promotion of regional integration as a central pillar of European Union (EU) relations with the rest of the world. It is a strategy to deal with a core security challenge: the transformation of conflicts and, in particular, regional conflicts. Yet to what extent has the promotion of regional integration been successful in transforming conflicts? What can we regard as the core mechanisms of such an impact? This volume offers a comprehensive assessment of the nexus between promoting integration and conflict transformation. The authors systematically compare the consequences of EU involvement in eight conflicts in four world regions within a common framework. In doing so, they focus on the promotion of integration as a preventative strategy to avoid conflicts turning violent and as a long-term strategy to transform violent conflicts by placing them in a broader institutional context. The book will be of use to students and scholars interested in European foreign policy, comparative regionalism, and conflict resolution.



Key Concepts in International Relations

Key Concepts in International Relations Author Thomas Diez
ISBN-10 9781412928489
Release 2011-05-09
Pages 268
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International relations is a vibrant field of significant growth and change. This book guides students through the complexities of the major theories of international relations and the debates that surround them, the core theoretical concepts, and the key contemporary issues. Introduced by an overview of the discipline's development and general structure, the more than 40 entries are broken down as follows: Parts two introduces the key theories and each chapter includes: " A broad overview " a discussion of methodologies " a review of empricial applications " a guide to further reading and useful websites Part three discusses the major concepts and for each concept provides: " An introduction to the core questions " An overview of the definitions and theoretical perspectives " A review of empirical problems " Links to other entries, further reading and useful websites Clear and highly readable, Key Concepts in International Relations is an essential guide for students on politics and international relations courses.



Climate Ethics

Climate Ethics Author Joerg Chet Tremmel
ISBN-10 9781780763637
Release 2014-05-30
Pages 224
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Climate change is perhaps the most important issue of our time and yet the international measures necessary to mitigate it have not been implemented. Given the urgency of the problem, why has so little been done? Climate Ethics identifies the reasons behind this crucial paradox and outlines a way forward. In the first part of the book the authors provide an accessible account of the basics of climate change, demystifying the complicated terminology that so often hinders a proper understanding of the subject. In the second part, they explore the complex ethical and moral questions that need to be addressed if long-term solutions to climate change are to be realised. What moral responsibility do we have to future generations? How should we share out emission rights? Do we take into account past emissions? What is the fairest approach to the politics of climate change on a global scale? An original and timely engagement with one of the most pressing problems facing us and future generations.



An Introduction to International Relations Theory

An Introduction to International Relations Theory Author Jill Steans
ISBN-10 9781317863007
Release 2013-09-13
Pages 288
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This long-awaited new edition has been fully updated and revised by the original authors as well as two new members of the author team. Based on many years of active research and teaching it takes the discipline's most difficult aspects and makes them accessible and interesting. Each chapter builds up an understanding of the different ways of looking at the world. The clarity of presentation allows students to rapidly develop a theoretical framework and to apply this knowledge widely as a way of understanding both more advanced theoretical texts and events in world politics. Suitable for first and second year undergraduates studying international relations and international relations theory.



Gendering European Integration Theory

Gendering European Integration Theory Author Gabriele Abels
ISBN-10 9783847406402
Release 2016-05-23
Pages 304
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The authors engage a dialogue between European integration theories and gender studies. The contributions illustrate where and how gender scholarship has made creative use of integration theories and thus contributes to a vivid theoretical debate. The chapters are designed to make gender scholarship more visible to integration theory and, in this way stimulates the broader theoretical debates. Investigating the whole range of integration theory with a gender lens, the authors illustrate if and how gender scholarship has made or can make creative use of integration theories.



Linear Models with R Second Edition

Linear Models with R  Second Edition Author Julian J. Faraway
ISBN-10 9781439887349
Release 2016-04-19
Pages 286
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A Hands-On Way to Learning Data Analysis Part of the core of statistics, linear models are used to make predictions and explain the relationship between the response and the predictors. Understanding linear models is crucial to a broader competence in the practice of statistics. Linear Models with R, Second Edition explains how to use linear models in physical science, engineering, social science, and business applications. The book incorporates several improvements that reflect how the world of R has greatly expanded since the publication of the first edition. New to the Second Edition Reorganized material on interpreting linear models, which distinguishes the main applications of prediction and explanation and introduces elementary notions of causality Additional topics, including QR decomposition, splines, additive models, Lasso, multiple imputation, and false discovery rates Extensive use of the ggplot2 graphics package in addition to base graphics Like its widely praised, best-selling predecessor, this edition combines statistics and R to seamlessly give a coherent exposition of the practice of linear modeling. The text offers up-to-date insight on essential data analysis topics, from estimation, inference, and prediction to missing data, factorial models, and block designs. Numerous examples illustrate how to apply the different methods using R.



Migrants Work and the Welfare State

Migrants  Work  and the Welfare State Author Torben Tranæs
ISBN-10 8778387744
Release 2004
Pages 436
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The aim of this book is to uncover non-Western immigrantsâ?? integration and living conditions in Denmark and Germany comparatively. The results are presented by leading labor market and integration researchers as a joint Danish-German research project. The main emphasis is on integration into the labor market. However, a number of other circumstances are also detailed in the exposition. The authors analyze the demographic trends, educational factors, and immigrantsâ?? use of the social benefits in Denmark and Germany, all from a comparative perspective. The issue of crime and the effects of immigration on salaries and employment for the host population are also analyzed and discussed. Finally, the book considers the question of the financial sustainability of the welfare state. What impact does immigration have on the public purse, in both the first and subsequent generations?



Gaming the World

Gaming the World Author Andrei S. Markovits
ISBN-10 140083466X
Release 2010-05-17
Pages 360
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Professional sports today have truly become a global force, a common language that anyone, regardless of their nationality, can understand. Yet sports also remain distinctly local, with regional teams and the fiercely loyal local fans that follow them. This book examines the twenty-first-century phenomenon of global sports, in which professional teams and their players have become agents of globalization while at the same time fostering deep-seated and antagonistic local allegiances and spawning new forms of cultural conflict and prejudice. Andrei Markovits and Lars Rensmann take readers into the exciting global sports scene, showing how soccer, football, baseball, basketball, and hockey have given rise to a collective identity among millions of predominantly male fans in the United States, Europe, and around the rest of the world. They trace how these global--and globalizing--sports emerged from local pastimes in America, Britain, and Canada over the course of the twentieth century, and how regionalism continues to exert its divisive influence in new and potentially explosive ways. Markovits and Rensmann explore the complex interplay between the global and the local in sports today, demonstrating how sports have opened new avenues for dialogue and shared interest internationally even as they reinforce old antagonisms and create new ones. Gaming the World reveals the pervasive influence of sports on our daily lives, making all of us citizens of an increasingly cosmopolitan world while affirming our local, regional, and national identities.



Mytho poetics at Work

Mytho poetics at Work Author Rengenier Rittersma
ISBN-10 9789004345850
Release 2018-02-05
Pages 450
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Why and how did the Count of Egmont (1522-1568) become a mythical figure in European culture? This book explains and also provides a methodological instrument for the reading of similar historical myths.



The Information Society

The Information Society Author Armand Mattelart
ISBN-10 1446232433
Release 2003-03-01
Pages 182
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The impact of the information society' are multiform and transdisciplinary. There are few areas of social, political and economic life that have not been affected or challenged by the new technologies of information and communication. In this short introduction, Armand Mattelart unpacks the notion of the information society, and examines why it has become the dominant paradigm for social change in the 21st Century. Critically, he also asks why the notion has come to dominant in the absence of any critical examination of the conditions under which it has been produced. Combining a long-term historical and geopolitical perspective, Mattelart questions the axioms used to legitimate the Information Society and critically assesses the ways in which it has been conceptualised as a theoretical concept as well as policy making tool. This introduction will be of interest to all students of media and communication, as well as social scientists in general.



Subnational Parliaments in the EU Multi Level Parliamentary System

Subnational Parliaments in the EU Multi Level Parliamentary System Author Gabriele Abels
ISBN-10 9783706558136
Release 2016-01-11
Pages 376
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SUBNATIONAL OR REGIONAL PARLIAMENTS with legislative competences are increasingly active in EU affairs and are recognized as POTENTIAL ACTORS IN THE EU'S MULTI-LEVEL SYSTEM BY EU LAW. However, studies on the territorial effects of European integration and on the Europeanization of parliaments as well as parliamentarism have so far disregarded this group of parliaments. In the existing theoretical concepts of 'multi-level parliamentarism' subnational parliaments do not have a place until now. The book addresses this theoretical and empirical gap. Referring TO STUDIES ON PARLIAMENTARISM, FEDERALISM, AND EUROPEANIZATION the contributions discuss how to include subnational parliaments in the existing research. A total of 74 subnational parliaments from eight member states is affected by the new system, which allows them to participate in the so-called Early Warning Mechanism of subsidiarity control. The situation in six EU member states is analyzed in detail. The country chapters illustrate and analyze how subnational parliaments in the federal member states (Austria, Belgium, Germany) and in the decentralized/devolved ones (Great Britain, Italy, Spain) functionally adapt to the new opportunity structure and discuss the repercussions on legislative-executive relations as well as on interparliamentary relations. With contributions from Gabriele Abels; Katrin Auel and Martin Große Hüttman; Peter Bursens, Frederic Maes and Matthias Vileyn; Peter Bußjäger; Josep-María Castellà Andreu and Mario Kölling; Ben Crum, Annegret Eppler; John Erik Fossum; Anna-Lena Högenauer; Sabine Kropp; Robert Ladrech; Erik Miklin; Matteo Nicolini; Werner J. Patzelt; Tapio Raunio; Werner Reutter; Gerhard Stahl and Bert Kuby; Gracia Vara Arribas.



Science and Culture in Europe

Science and Culture in Europe Author Jean Marc Lévy-Leblond
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105015990414
Release 1993
Pages 220
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Science and Culture in Europe has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Science and Culture in Europe also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Science and Culture in Europe book for free.