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    • Eitel, Kathrin (2023)
      socially marginalized, waste pickers, recycling, infrastructure, urban life, labor autonomy, environmental,
    • Woods, Abigail (2023)
      The call for a One Health approach that transcends species and disciplinary boundaries assumes that human and veterinary medicine are discrete, distinctive domains whose separation must be overcome to achieve health benefits ...
    • Nugin, Raili; Kalmus, Veronika (2022)
      This book focuses on social transformations as one of the central topics in the social sciences. The study of European social transformations is very valuable in the context of universal discussions within social sciences: ...
    • Karo, Erkki; Kattel, Rainer (2022)
      This book focuses on social transformations as one of the central topics in the social sciences. The study of European social transformations is very valuable in the context of universal discussions within social sciences: ...
    • Pettai, Vello (2022)
      This book focuses on social transformations as one of the central topics in the social sciences. The study of European social transformations is very valuable in the context of universal discussions within social sciences: ...
    • Lauristin, Marju; Masso, Anu; Opermann, Signe (2022)
      This book focuses on social transformations as one of the central topics in the social sciences. The study of European social transformations is very valuable in the context of universal discussions within social sciences: ...
    • Graan, Andrew (2021)
      This chapter examines the emergence of two competing discursive and visual repertoires on Macedonian national identity in order to analyze and theorize contemporary political polarization as a new form of identity politics. ...
    • BALDINI, GIANFRANCO; Bressanelli, Edoardo; Massetti, Emanuele (2023)
      Westminster model; UK politics; Brexit
    • BALDINI, GIANFRANCO; Bressanelli, Edoardo; Massetti, Emanuele (2023)
      Westminster model; UK politics; Brexit
    • Dörrenbächer, Judith; Hassenzahl, Marc (2023)
      Typically, social robots are supposed to empathize with humans, understand human emotions, and anticipate human needs. With this chapter, the authors turn the table: What can humans learn through empathizing with technology? ...
    • Ringfort-Felner, Ronda; Neuhaus, Robin; Dörrenbächer, Judith; Hassenzahl, Marc (2023)
      What kind of robots do we want to live with in the future? Which ones do we not want? How will robots affect our everyday lives? What will be the consequences of our coexistence with them? Roboticists tend to focus on the ...
    • Neuhaus, Robin; Ringfort-Felner, Ronda; Dörrenbächer, Judith; Hassenzahl, Marc (2023)
      Robots are often designed to increase efficiency. They are typically positioned in a particular field of application to replace humans, making someone’s work obsolete. But robots are able to complement the humans they work ...
    • Dörrenbächer, Judith; Hassenzahl, Marc; Neuhaus, Robin; Ringfort-Felner, Ronda (2023)
      Social robots are on the brink of entering our lives. However, little knowledge is available about how best to design them. This introductory chapter discusses the real-life social robots of the present as well as of ...
    • Küssner, Mats; Taruffi, Liila; Floridou, Georgia A. (2023)
      Drawing on perspectives from music psychology, cognitive neuroscience, philosophy, musicology, clinical psychology, and music education, Music and Mental Imagery provides a critical overview of cutting-edge research on the ...
    • Negussie, Solomon (2023)
      Somalia adopted the Provisional Constitution in 2012 and declared itself a federal republic. However, a functioning fiscal arrangement is yet to emerge despite tax reform efforts in Mogadishu and consultations between the ...
    • Fiseha, Assefa (2023)
      Whether it is possible to ensure stability, peace and social cohesion in countries with deep societal divisions where identity prevails over other bases of mobilisation is one of the central political questions of our time. ...
    • Steytler, Nico (2023)
      Federalism as a mode of governance has been a popular response to most conflicts which stemmed from ethnic/language/religious mobilisation. However, the track record of resolving communal or identity conflicts has not ...
    • FOMBAD, CHARLES (2023)
      Good governance is a critical factor in shaping the level of peace and stability in any country as well as influencing the prospects for its economic development. African governance trends were supposedly transformed by ...
    • Kawaguchi, Jun; Kuroda, Kazuo (2023)
      This chapter discusses and analyzes the diffusion of the inclusive education concept as a norm of educational policy in developing countries by taking up primary school system in Malawi as a case. For the last two decades, ...
    • Chiba, Mina (2023)
      Internationally, providing young people with comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) has been suggested as an effective measure to achieve the goals of ending the AIDS epidemic and promoting sexual and reproductive health ...