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pressure boys for a picture and there is, to a certain degree, objectification of girls and, in some cases, of boys. For more information please click here .
15.03.2019 an der Europa-Universität Flensburg sein. Seiner Vortrag "WOMEN, NATION AND RADIO: THE CASE OF "RADIO NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA" DURING THE LATE FRANCOISM (1960-1975)" beginnt um 15:30 Uhr (OSL 244)
existential crises of identity and belonging. I’d like to suggest that precisely the opposite is the case. The crises, I argue, are engendered not by a loss of identity, but the loss (through forgetting) [...] itself’. Using the work of Derrida – particularly his deconstructive ‘method’ – I hope to lay out the case for understanding contemporary crises of identity and belonging as rooted in the loss of ‘non-identity’
Vortrag von Adriana Petre im humangeographischen Forschungskolloquium der CAU und der EUF.
Reading session: case-study research Diskussion zum Text: Flyvbjerg, B. (2006). Five misunderstandings about case-study research. - Qualitative inquiry 12, 2, 219-245.
of ideas, beliefs, and behaviors not only among the ruling elites but also within the society. The case of Albania provides critical insights as the approach of transitional justice is primarily seen adjacent [...] theoretical approaches of dealing with the past, which shed light on the implications of each of it to the case study. The key argument of this seminar is that a sole legal approach might deliver some forms of [...] nations rationalize forgiveness and remembrance in the same manner" Would these concepts vary in the case of Albania that is known to be more of an individualistic rather than a collectivist nation? If you
component and in-person events carried out by organisations from at least three countries, in our case ELTE TÓK, the Katholische Stiftungshochschule München – University of Applied Sciences and the University
(spoken and written) in a setting of long-standing multilingualism. The project combines micro-level case studies of language ideology, language policy, and language practice, using primary texts from official
influence of social origin on educational attainment. We analyze this pattern by conducting a qualitative case study on education and family policies as well as patterns of early school leaving from the Turkish [...] interviews to examine the policy and implementation level. The analysis is designed as a theory-building case study showing that liberalism and authoritarianism are not necessarily opposing principles; instead
serialization practices); however, its presence can also be detected in the content of the fiction. As a case study, this paper will focus on Bram Stoker's Dracula, gesturing to Stoker's use of the newspaper