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  • Goglio, Valentina (2022)
    Based on new empirical research, including qualitative interviews as well as quantitative data from learners across several MOOCs, this book contributes to the debate by providing a comparative study of the diffusion and ...
  • Marewski, Julian N.; Hoffrage, Ulrich (2021)
    The ongoing process of digitalization seems to be changing our world dramatically. While many of these changes might lead to improvements for human well-being, others might entail profoundly disastrous consequences both ...
  • Rauvola, Rachel S.; Rudolph, Cort W. (2022)
    "Research on age(ing) and work often draws upon lifespan development perspectives to explain how adults “age successfully,” managing developmental gains and losses and maintaining well-being and functioning over time. There ...
  • Cotula, Lorenzo (2022)
    "This is the first book to address and review The Declaration on the Rights of Peasants and Other People Working in Rural Areas (UNDROP) which was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in December 2018. Food ...
  • Brunet, Lynn (2019)
    In 1912 Jung began to have a series of dreams which left him with a sense of disorientation and inner pressure but he could think of nothing in his life that would have caused this. This chapter addresses each of the entries ...
  • Munke, Johannes; Hayek, Mohamad; Golasowski, Martin; García- Hernández, Rubén J.; Donnat, Frederic; Koch-Hofer, Cédric; Couvee, Philippe; Hachinger, Stephan; Martinovič, Jan (2022)
    Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Supercomputing
  • Golasowski, Martin; Martinovič, Jan; Křenek, Jan; Slaninová, Kateřina; Levrier, Marc; Harsh, Piyush; DERQUENNES, Marc; Donnat, Frederic; Terzo, Olivier (2022)
    Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Supercomputing
  • Twine, France Winddance; Smietana, Marcin (2022)
    In this chapter, we bring queer theory into dialogue with critical race studies. We ask “How does the literature in queer kinship engage with the issues of race and intersecting inequalities?’’ This chapter builds upon the ...
  • Barnett, Anthony; Savic, Michael ; Pickersgill, Martyn; O’Brien, Kerry; Lubman, Dan I.; Carter, Adrian (2022)
    Debates about the etiology of addiction have a long history and continue to the present day. In contemporary societies, the brain disease model of addiction (BDMA) continues to receive strong support, in particular, from ...
  • Katsuno, Hirofumi; White, Daniel (2022)
    Collaborations between entertainment industries and artificial intelligence researchers in Japan have since the mid-1990s produced a growing interest in modeling affect and emotion for use in mass-produced social robots. ...
  • Łuszczyńska, Maria (2021)
    With a focus on the case of Poland, where an aging population poses a crucial challenge for the state’s social, family, and gerontological policy, this book explores ageing as a personal and social phenomenon, considering ...
  • Canonne, Clément (2021)
    The idea of improvisation, broadly defined, has been integral to our imagination of the medieval musical past. It can be related to many elements of production: to the act of un-notated creation; to the manipulation and ...
  • Arthurs, Tom (2021)
    The idea of improvisation, broadly defined, has been integral to our imagination of the medieval musical past. It can be related to many elements of production: to the act of un-notated creation; to the manipulation and ...
  • Gartmann, Thomas (2021)
    The idea of improvisation, broadly defined, has been integral to our imagination of the medieval musical past. It can be related to many elements of production: to the act of un-notated creation; to the manipulation and ...
  • Eggers, Katrin; Lehner, Michael (2021)
    The idea of improvisation, broadly defined, has been integral to our imagination of the medieval musical past. It can be related to many elements of production: to the act of un-notated creation; to the manipulation and ...
  • Smilansky, Uri; Lewon, Marc (2021)
    The idea of improvisation, broadly defined, has been integral to our imagination of the medieval musical past. It can be related to many elements of production: to the act of un-notated creation; to the manipulation and ...
  • Tait, Peta (2022)
    "Forms of Emotion analyses how drama, theatre and contemporary performance present emotion and its human and nonhuman diversity. This book explores the emotions, emotional feelings, mood, and affect, which make up a ...
  • Tait, Peta (2022)
    "Forms of Emotion analyses how drama, theatre and contemporary performance present emotion and its human and nonhuman diversity. This book explores the emotions, emotional feelings, mood, and affect, which make up a ...
  • Tait, Peta (2022)
    "Forms of Emotion analyses how drama, theatre and contemporary performance present emotion and its human and nonhuman diversity. This book explores the emotions, emotional feelings, mood, and affect, which make up a ...
  • Roig Sanz, Diana; Fólica, Laura; Ikoff, Ventsislav (2022)
    Translation history and literary translation, on the one hand, and periodical publications, on the other, have been extensively analysed within the fields of translation studies, comparative literature, and media studies, ...

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