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  • Paradowski, Michał B.; Jarynowski, Andrzej; Czopek, Karolina; Jelińska, Magdalena (2021)
    "This collection explores student mobility and study abroad programmes across Europe, presenting original research on personal, linguistic, and intercultural development during study abroad experiences. The volume synthesizes ...
  • Bivins, Roberta (2021)
    Like their peers across western Europe, Australia and the Americas, large segments of the British public and a significant proportion of Britain’s medical establishment have enthusiastically promoted medical screening (and ...
  • Cassidy, Angela (2016)
    This chapter discusses the recent emergence of advocacy for 'One Health' (OH): the idea that greater interdisciplinarity across the domains of human and animal health research, clinical practice and policy is essential for ...
  • Harb, Omar; Boehme, Ulrike; Crouch, Kathryn; Ifeonu, Olukemi; Roos, David; Silva, Joana; Silva-Franco, Fatima; Svärd, Staffan; Tretina, Kyle; Weedall, Gareth (2016)
    In the last decade, the rise of affordable affordable high-throughput sequencing technologies has led to rapid advances across the biological sciences. At the time of writing, annotated reference genomes are available ...
  • Pugh, Jonathan; Kahane, Guy (2016)
    We consider a strategy for justifying bio-conservative opposition to enhancement according to which we should resist radical departures from human nature, not because human nature possesses any intrinsic value, but because ...
  • Roache, Rebecca; Savulescu, Julian (2016)
    Debate between bioliberals (who adopt a permissive view about human enhancement) and bioconservatives (who oppose it) often fails to be constructive, since bioliberals are often dismissive of the conservative values to ...
  • Parr, Judy; Jeffery, Jill (2021)
    Here we present our analyses and inferences arising from the data in the cases, representing countries whose educational systems are diverse: Chile, Denmark, Germany, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Norway, England, the United ...
  • Skar, Gustaf Bernhard; Aasen, Arne Johannes (2021)
    Some 15 years ago, all teachers in Norway became writing teachers—at least according to the new curriculum—overnight. Following a “PISA-shock” in the early 2000s, Norwegian legislators decided to reform the national ...
  • Elf, Nikolaj; Troelsen, Solveig (2021)
    This chapter analyses how writing and writing development has been and currently is prescribed and enacted in the curriculum for Danish as a subject (L1) in Years 1–9. Highlighting historical points of impact for writing ...
  • Müller, Nora; Lindefjeld, Katharina ; Busse, Vera (2021)
    Assumptions about good writing and teaching writing have undergone various changes during the last century. This chapter summarises relevant changes in Germany's approaches to teaching writing and then uncovers underlying ...
  • Jeffery, Jill; Parr, Judy (2021)
    This chapter describes how each case study presented in the volume examined writing curricula situated within one of nine education systems and how we conducted a cross-case comparison of these. We argue that contextualised ...
  • Douglas, Tom (2016)
    Some risky medical treatments confer no benefit on the patient who undergoes the intervention though they do benefit third parties. It is commonly thought to be unethical for doctors to provide such treatments even if the ...
  • Allkin, Bob (2017)
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  • Bischof, Andreas; Jarke, Juliane (2021)
    Social change in the 21st century is shaped by both demographic changes associated with ageing societies and significant technological change and development. Outlining the basic principles of a new academic field, ...
  • Cozza, Michela (2021)
    Social change in the 21st century is shaped by both demographic changes associated with ageing societies and significant technological change and development. Outlining the basic principles of a new academic field, ...
  • Ertner, Marie; Lassen, Aske Juul (2021)
    Social change in the 21st century is shaped by both demographic changes associated with ageing societies and significant technological change and development. Outlining the basic principles of a new academic field, ...
  • PALERMO, Francesco (2021)
    The multidimensional constitutional asymmetry in Italy includes several categories of regions: the special ones (each one with a very different degree of autonomy in terms of form of government, distribution, and use of ...
  • Valdesalici, Alice (2021)
    The chapter concentrates on the impact of the 2001 constitutional reform on the ‘financial constitution’ and its later implementation in 2009 (by means of law 42/2009 and the following enactment decrees), paying attention ...
  • Barton, David N.; Andersen, Tom; Bergland, Olvar; Engebretsen, Alexander; Moe, Jannicke; Orderud, Geir Inge; Tominaga, Koji; Romstad, Eirik; Vogt, Rolf David (2016)
    Freshwater eutrophication is one of the major environmental challenges around the world. There is a range of known factors that are responsible, though the increased flux of nutrients from the sources to the water bodies ...
  • Michalski, Isabelle; Sigler, David (2021)
    Jane Austen and Critical Theory is a collection of new essays that addresses the absence of Critical Theory in Austen studies—an absence that has limited the reach of Austen criticism. The collection brings together ...

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