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    • Specht, Doug (2020)
      The digital age has thrown questions of representation, participation and humanitarianism back to the fore, as machine learning, algorithms and big data centres take over the process of mapping the subjugated and subaltern. ...
    • Nicol, Nancy; Jjuuko, Adrian; Lusimbo, Richard; Mulé, Nick J.; Ursel, Susan; Wahab, Amar; Waugh, Phyllis (2018)
      Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights: (Neo)colonialism, Neoliberalism, Resistance and Hope is an outcome of a five-year international collaboration among partners that share a common legacy of British colonial laws that ...
    • Martin, Michael; Fangerau, Heiner (2020)
      Evidenz beschreibt etwas, das unmittelbar einleuchtet. Wissenschaftliche Abbildungen erheben zwar den Anspruch, evident zu sein, aber ihre Evidenz ist nicht natürlich. Sie ist nur mittelbar für diejenigen einleuchtend, die ...
    • Autenrieth, Ulla P.; Neumann-Braun, Klaus (2011)
      The central form of communication on social network sites (sns) is the communication with and through images. Accordingly, the present volume highlights images and image-based communication on sns, such as Facebook, and ...
    • Mratschkowski, Anna (2017)
      Asylum and refugees in Europe – who can fix a broken system? In times of increasing waves of migration, collective bodies and their cooperation networks are of particular importance to the European asylum system. But who ...
    • Fitzpatrick, Antonia; Sabapathy, John (2020)
      This volume explores the relationship between individuals and institutions in scholastic thought and practice across the twelfth and fifteenth centuries, setting an agenda for future debates. Written by leading European ...
    • Lenz, Alexandra N.; Stöckle, Philipp (2020)
      Die Autorinnen und Autoren des Bandes widmen sich der germanistischen Dialektlexikographie zu Beginn des 21. Jahrhunderts und bieten einen Überblick über sämtliche aktive Wörterbuchprojekte zu Dialekten des Deutschen. Die ...
    • Buss, Andreas (2015)
      Based on analyses of the essays written by Max Weber on China, India, ancient Judaism and also on the dispersed material about Islam, Eastern Christianity and Occidental Christianity, this book examines the economic ethics ...
    • Goldsmith, Sarah (2020)
      The Grand Tour was a journey to continental Europe undertaken by British nobility and wealthy landed gentry during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. As a rite of passage, the Tour also played an important role in ...
    • Floß, Daniela (2010)
      Why is citizens' support for political actors and institutions declining? Recent research suggests that voter cynicism is fueled by the manner in which mass media covers political events and issues. This dissertation ...
    • Schrikker, Alicia; Wickramasinghe, Nira (2020)
      This multidisciplinary volume brings together scholars and writers who try to come to terms with the histories and legacies of European slavery in the Indian Ocean. The volume discusses a variety of qualitative data on the ...
    • Thurston, Anne (2020)
      The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals initiative has the potential to set the direction for a future world that works for everyone.  Approved by 193 United Nations member countries in September 2016 to help guide ...
    • Vanuxem, Sarah (2020)
      The purpose of environmental law is to protect nature, to fight against pollution and nuisances, to improve the quality of life and public health. In light of recent legal innovations, the author examines the transformations ...
    • Roux, Alice; Colin, Antoine; Dhôte, Jean-François; Schmitt , Bertrand (2020)
      While the main challenge in intertropical and boreal regions is tackling deforestation and forest resource degradation, forests and forestry in temperate regions face what may appear to be contradictory goals: to increase ...
    • soula, audrey; Yount-André, Chelsie; LEPILLER, Olivier; Bricas, Nicolas (2020)
      This book explores changes in eating habits in African, Latin American and Asian cities. It reveals—through studies on city dwellers’ food practices and representations—the inadequacy of an analytical approach to these ...
    • Caquet, Thierry; Gascuel, Chantal; Tixier-Boichard, Michèle (2020)
      Agroecology was chosen by INRAE as one of its interdisciplinary scientific foresight studies designed to identify research fronts in response to major societal challenges. Eighty researchers drew up an assessment and ...
    • Méral, Philippe; Pesche, Denis (2016)
      Over the last ten years, the concept of "ecosystem services" has become an essential part of our vocabulary when talking about biodiversity. This book discusses the origins, causes and consequences of this notion; it delves ...
    • Gjøtterud, Sigrid; Hiim, Hilde; Husebø, Dag; Jensen, Liv Helene (2020)
      "The purpose of this anthology is to show different perspectives on epistemology, research roles and contexts in action research. Contributors are researchers who have extensive experience in combining practice development ...
    • Rickels, Laurence A. (2021)
      "In The Block of Fame, Edmund Bergler, like the thirteenth fairy in the “Sleeping Beauty,“ uninvited because there wasn’t an extra place setting, crashes the psychoanalytic poetics of daydreaming with a curse. He charges ...
    • Gritsenko, Daria; Wijermars, Mariëlle; Kopotev, Mikhail (2021)
      This open access handbook presents a multidisciplinary and multifaceted perspective on how the ‘digital’ is simultaneously changing Russia and the research methods scholars use to study Russia. It provides a critical update ...