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Handbuch der Kulturwissenschaften
Author: Friedrich Jaeger, Burkhard Liebsch, Jörn Rüsen, Jürgen Straub
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 347600631X
Pages: 538
Year: 2016-08-27
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Orientierung in der kulturwissenschaftlichen Forschungsarbeit. Als Instanzen der Beschreibung moderner Gesellschaften gewinnen die Kulturwissenschaften zunehmend an Bedeutung. Die Bände bieten einen umfassenden Überblick über den gesamten Fachbereich. Rund 100 Autoren aus diversen Fachgebieten tragen ihre Forschungen und Erkenntnisse zu den Methoden und Themen der Kulturwissenschaft zusammen. Sie stellen damit die Disziplin auf ein theoretisches Fundament und geben einen Ausblick auf künftige Entwicklungen. Band 1: Grundlagen und Schlüsselbegriffe Band 2: Paradigmen und Disziplinen Band 3: Themen und Tendenzen
Handbuch Musikpädagogik
Author: Michael Dartsch, Jens Knigge, Anne Niessen, Friedrich Platz, Christine Stöger
Publisher: UTB GmbH
ISBN: 3825250407
Pages: 624
Year: 2018-09-10
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Ein unverzichtbares Nachschlagewerk für die Musikpädagogik Das Handbuch der Musikpädagogik zeichnet ein Bild der Themen und Herangehensweisen der Forschungsdisziplin Musikpädagogik und führt in ihre Grundlagen und Diskurse ein. Dabei werden erstmals alle relevanten Teilbereiche des Faches berücksichtigt. Behandelt werden Themenfelder von den Begründungen und Kontexten der Musikpädagogik über die Akteure und ihre Handlungsfelder, Perspektiven auf das Lernen bis hin zu Orten musikpädagogischen Handelns und der Forschungsdisziplin selbst. Dieses Handbuch dient als Überblickswerk und stellt für Lehrende, Studierende, Forschende und Akteure der Kulturpolitik ein seit langem erwartetes, umfassendes deutschsprachiges Nachschlagewerk dar.
Vorausschauendes Denken
Author: Bruno Gransche
Publisher: transcript Verlag
ISBN: 3839430380
Pages: 456
Year: 2015-04
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Der soziotechnische Wandel bringt neue Phänomene des Zufalls hervor, die sich den üblichen Strategien des Umgangs mit Risiken und Unsicherheit entziehen. Diese Akzidenzphänomene sind prinzipiell unvorhersehbar und in ihrer komplexen Effektgesamtheit jenseits von Kalkulation und Antizipation. Eine allgemeine Verzukünftigung unseres Weltbezuges mit spezifischen weitreichenden Problemen ist die Folge und lässt klassische Agenturen des Risikomanagements und der Unsicherheitsbewältigung an ihre Leistungsgrenzen stoßen. Bruno Gransche zeigt, dass Philosophie und Zukunftsforschung gemeinsam großes Potenzial aufweisen, hier zu helfen.
Judith Butlers Philosophie des Politischen
Author: Gerald Posselt, Tatjana Schönwälder-Kuntze, Sergej Seitz
Publisher: transcript Verlag
ISBN: 3839438462
Pages: 332
Year: 2018-01
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Judith Butler zählt zu den bedeutendsten zeitgenössischen Denker*innen im Bereich der Geistes-, Sozial- und Kulturwissenschaften sowie der Gender Studies und der Queer Theory. Darüber hinaus ist ihr Beitrag zur politischen Philosophie kaum zu unterschätzen. Dieser Band versammelt - neben einem Originaltext von Butler und einem Roundtable-Gespräch - Artikel ausgewiesener Expert*innen, die aus unterschiedlichen Perspektiven die Dimensionen des Politischen in Butlers Arbeiten kritisch würdigen. Schwerpunkte sind das Verhältnis von Philosophie, Theorie und politischer Praxis, die Konstitution politischer Subjektivität, die Möglichkeiten politischer Handlungsfähigkeit sowie das emanzipatorische Potenzial performativer Körperpraktiken.
Wissenschaft als reflexives Projekt
Author: Johannes Feichtinger
Publisher: transcript Verlag
ISBN: 3839415233
Pages: 636
Year: 2014-03
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Dieses Buch rückt die Wissenschaftsgeschichte Österreichs in ein neues Licht. Ausgehend vom Spannungsfeld »Wissenschaft versus Politik« stellt es die zentralen Akteure, Strukturen und Diskurse in den Mittelpunkt. Die Analyse eines Jahrhunderts Wissenschaftsgeschichte konzentriert sich auf die Herausbildung eines relativ autonomen Wissenschaftshandelns unter den plurikulturellen Verhältnissen Zentraleuropas sowie auf seine Wegbereiter (Bolzano, Mach und Riegl) und wichtigsten Verfechter (Freud, Wittgenstein, Neurath, Kelsen). Johannes Feichtinger zeigt, wie jenseits von Hetero- und Autonomie und abseits des methodologischen Nationalismus Identitätsmodelle entstanden sind, die noch für das Globaleuropa des 21. Jahrhunderts relevant sein können.
An Introductory Dictionary of Lacanian Psychoanalysis
Author: Dylan Evans
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134780125
Pages: 264
Year: 2006-06-19
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Jacques Lacan's thinking revolutionised the theory and practice of psychoanalysis and had a major impact in fields as diverse as film studies, literary criticism, feminist theory and philosophy. Yet his writings are notorious for their complexity and idiosyncratic style. Emphasising the clinical basis of Lacan's work, An Introductory Dictionary of Lacanian Psychoanalysis is an ideal companion to his ideas for readers in every discipline where his influence is felt. The Dictionary features: * over 200 entries, explaining Lacan's own terminology and his use of common psychoanalytic expressions * details of the historical and institutional context of Lacan's work * reference to the origins of major concepts in the work of Freud, Saussure, Hegel and other key thinkers * a chronology of Lacan's life and works.
Architecture and Psychoanalysis
Author: John Shannon Hendrix
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 0820481718
Pages: 252
Year: 2006
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God's Phallus
Author: Howard Eilberg-Schwartz
Publisher: Beacon Press
ISBN: 0807012254
Pages: 328
Year: 1995-11-15
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God's Phallus explores the dilemmas created by the maleness of God for the men of ancient Judaism and for Jewish men today.
Kohlerglaube Und Wissenschaft
Author: Karl Christoph Vogt
Publisher:
ISBN: 1298297028
Pages: 198
Year: 2015-02-19
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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps (as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the world), and other notations in the work. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work.As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.
The Jew in the Modern World
Author: Paul R. Mendes-Flohr, Jehuda Reinharz
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 019507453X
Pages: 741
Year: 1995
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The last two centuries have witnessed a radical transformation of Jewish life. Marked by such profound events as the Holocaust and the establishment of the state of Israel, Judaism's long journey through the modern age has been a complex and tumultuous one, leading many Jews to ask themselves not only where they have been and where they are going, but what it means to be a Jew in today's world. Tracing the Jewish experience in the modern period and illustrating the transformation of Jewish religion, culture, and identity from the 17th century to 1948, the updated edition of this critically acclaimed volume of primary materials remains the most complete sourcebook on modern Jewish history. Now expanded to supplement the most vital documents of the first edition, The Jew in the Modern World features hitherto unpublished and inaccessible sources concerning the Jewish experience in Eastern Europe, women in Jewish history, American Jewish life, the Holocaust, and Zionism and the nascent Jewish community in Palestine on the eve of the establishment of the State of Israel. The documents are arranged chronologically in each of eleven chapters and are meticulously and extensively annotated and cross-referenced in order to provide the student with ready access to a wide variety of issues, key historical figures, and events. Complete with some twenty useful tables detailing Jewish demographic trends, this is a unique resource for any course in Jewish history, Zionism and Israel, the Holocaust, or European and American history.
Aden, Arabie
Author: Paul Nizan
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231063571
Pages: 159
Year: 1987-01
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A young man tries to escape bourgeois life in France by traveling to the Middle East, but finds oppression everywhere
Ambiguity in Contemporary Art and Theory
Author: FRAUKE BERNDT;LUTZ KOEPNICK.
Publisher: Felix Meiner Verlag
ISBN: 3787334262
Pages: 222
Year: 2018-04-06
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It has become commonplace to associate art and aesthetic experience with the category of ambiguity. Indeed, when we talk about art, we cannot do without the dynamic force of ambiguity just as the aesthetic itself cannot do without it. The great efforts to disambiguate aesthetic practices and their associated theories and contexts would eliminate art's unique ability to reshape our knowledge of the world, our sensory encounters with it, and our moral or political positions in it. The essays collected in this volume present different perspectives on this central category and develop interdisciplinary connections. Contributors include Frauke Berndt, Joy H. Calico, Stephan Kammer, Lutz Koepnick, Verena Krieger, Richard Langston, Rachel Mader, Lily Tonger-Erk, Gabriel Trop, and Thomas Wortmann.
The Cambridge Economic History of Europe
Author: Michael Moïssey Postan, H. J. Habakkuk
Publisher:
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Year: 1966
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Modeling and Measuring Competencies in Higher Education
Author: Sigrid Blömeke, Olga Zlatkin-Troitschanskaia, Christiane Kuhn, Judith Fege
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9460918670
Pages: 236
Year: 2013-04-20
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Measuring competencies acquired over the course of higher education is an area of research that largely has been neglected. This deficit can be attributed to the complexity of academic competencies since the variety of institutions, programs, occupational fields and job requirements render it difficult to define and even harder to measure outcomes. Thus, assessing the preconditions for and effects of competency development is a challenge methodologically. In this book, a comprehensive review of the international state of research on modeling and measuring competencies in higher education across several academic disciplines is presented, along with an evaluation of the field’s strengths and weaknesses. Renowned experts share insight into the most important recent research projects and point out controversies and challenges. Competencies are regarded as context-specific dispositions acquired and required to cope successfully with domain-specific situations and tasks. However, the range of these dispositions is controversial. Should only cognitive facets be included or is it important to consider attitudes as well? Insufficient response rates and panel attrition are further challenges, as are the limitations of paper-and-pencil approaches to the complex measurement of higher education outcomes. Thus, this book may serve as a platform for the exchange of research experiences and perspectives and hopefully will instigate improvements in research into higher education.
Covering the Body
Author: Barbie Zelizer
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226979717
Pages: 299
Year: 1992-01
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Covering the Body (the title refers to the charge given journalists to follow a president) is a powerful reassessment of the media's role in shaping our collective memory of the assassination--at the same time as it used the assassination coverage to legitimize its own role as official interpreter of American reality. Of the more than fifty reporters covering Kennedy in Dallas, no one actually saw the assassination. And faced with a monumentally important story that was continuously breaking, most journalists had no time to verify leads or substantiate reports. Rather, they took discrete moments of their stories and turned them into one coherent narrative, blurring what was and was not "professional" about their coverage.

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