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Re-conceptualising "union commitment".
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To fill this gap, between andthe comparative research project, (Re)Conceptualising Stateless Diasporas in the European Union, has conducted over one hundred individual interviews and Author: Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
Here, Europe is, especially in areas of social policy, resorting to soft law and non-legal governance techniques, which seem hardly reconcilable with Europe’s commitment to the rule of law. Before paying the high price of de-legalisation, Europe should try out the alternative of re-conceptualising European law as new type of conflict of by: 5.
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This book analyses how the European Union translates its principles of peace and justice into policy and puts them into practice, particularly in societies in or emerging from violent conflict.
The European Union treaty states that in its relations with the wider world, the EU is to promote peace, security, the protection of human rights, and. This book traces the principal roots of the concept of post-truth to uncover how it came by its present meaning.
or should, be. This international study of news is based on re-thinking and re-conceptualising Available Formats: eBook Hardcover. the European Union and its member states have exhibited a lack of commitment to protecting.
Synonyms for conceptualize at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for conceptualize. The Comparative Education Review bibliography of refereed journal articles on topics relevant to comparative and international education covers all 12 months of the last calendar year and includes 3, entries—a full 30 percent increase over the set of references assembled in the bibliography.
They are drawn from refereed journals, both print and online, published. The diffusion of workplace voice and high-commitment human resource management practices in Britain, – Industrial and Corporate Change, 16 (3), – CrossRef Google Re-conceptualising union commitment.
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Co-written with Dr Heike Rahmann, the book draws on interviews and projects from a range of. The book does not just report but also leads the debates across this ever-changing discipline. "This is an excellent book that covers all major HRM areas. It also keeps in pace with recent advances and current discussion of HR by exploring more contemporary topics such as workplace bullying, knowledge management, flexibility or emotion at work.".
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The book argues that this function-driven conception provides a useful re-imagining of some familiar issues as part of a coherent framework of foundational, yet interwoven, principles.
This approach not only adds clarity to the analysis of those concepts and the concrete mechanisms by which they are manifest, but helps make the case of why.
Ursula LeGuin herself has gone back to the book and its setting more than once, re-conceptualising its portrayal of gender as her feminism developed alongside and through her writing.
Now, over four decades after it was first published inthe text itself has become bound up with the history of its various interpretations. Abstract. The concerns of human capability development have ostensibly been claimed by human resource management (HRM) discourse and practice that depoliticises (and individualises) the employment relationship, providing top-down approaches where the focus is on policies and practices that are aimed at the agentic and motivated worker, but designed in the interests of Author: Leda Blackwood.
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Fox and Susan Grieshaber, Singapore: Springer, Annotated Bibliography of Teacher Resilience. This page provides links to an annotated bibliography of teacher resilience created for the Keeping Cool project (Mansfield, Price, McConney, Beltman, Pelliccione & Wosnita, ) and subsequently updated for the European project Enhancing Teacher Resilience in Europe (Wosnitza et al., ).
The research. Re-conceptualising Private Law: The Struggle for Civil Codification in China Jianfu Chen China is making yet another attempt at civil codification, a process that in reality will re-conceptualise private law and lay down the fundamental principles that will regulate civil and commercial relationships between and among individuals and economic.
The current discourse around supported decision making and the Convention on the Rights of persons With Disabilities has challenged medico-legal guardianship and the mental capacity construct at its conceptual core, re-conceptualising decision-making as a skill which can be developed and/or enabled through practice and support.
Two major gaps in the supported Author: Margaret Isabel Hall. Mainstream parties will respond to this renewed threat, but only within the boundaries of their ideational commitment to the political foundations of the federations. Moreover, if they retain power in the system of inter-governmental relations, they can ensure that pressures for reform are channelled into a gradual institutional by: 3.
Victor T. King is Emeritus Professor of Southeast Asian Studies at Leeds University and Eminent Visiting Professor in the Institute of Asian Studies and Sociology-Anthropology at Universiti Brunei Darussalam. Until July he served for six years as Executive Director of the White Rose East Asia Centre, Universities of Leeds and Sheffield.
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Re-conceptualising ‘Radicalisation’ In recent years the term ‘radicalisation’ has, like the term terrorism, become very politicised, i.e. it has been used in the political game of labelling and blame attribution. 80 Academics too have come up.
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Luxembourg European Union () SUMMARY. This issue is a continuation of the previous issue on the Community Dimension of Sustainable Development with special focus on issues that emerge at the global level such as global consumption growth, the impacts of such growth on the planet, and the need for some form of global governance to mitigate armed conflicts and improve financial and environmental justice.
This thought-provoking book offers an opportunity to engage critically with existing and emergent conceptual frameworks and methodological approaches to this global debate. It is divided into three sections that: reconceptualise the definitions of gender equality used by various social scientific disciplines, international organisations and.
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Warlike outlines of the securitarian state. Life control and the exclusion of people 8 University of Genoa (members of the WP 8: “Effects of exceptionalism on social cohesion in Europe and beyond”) have contributed with two articles in different chapters of the book; and Mauro Palma, Nicolas Fischer and.
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Rather, my point is that what we commonly understand as ‘environmental law’ is directly concerned with ‘hot situations’ in which the agreed frames, legal and otherwise, for how we understand and act in the world are in a constant state of flux and contestation. 1 As such, environmental law stands in stark contrast to those areas of law Cited by: 9.
Co-authors of book on digital technologies and landscape architecture to speak at ISU Oct. 6 Septem Jillian Walliss and Heike Rahmann, co-authors of "Landscape Architecture and Digital Technologies: Re-Conceptualising Design and Making" (Routledge, ), will speak about the book and their work in a lecture at 6 p.m.
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so as to fix it. This requires re. Nelarine Cornelius’ researches with colleagues in Europe and in Canada, Australia, Pakistan, Nigeria and South Africa. She is co-founder of the research centre, Paris Research in Norms, Management and Law (PRIMAL).
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