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La letteratura italiana del Secondo Novecento fuori d’Italia: ricezione e immaginario (1945-1989)

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Edited by Alejandro Patat and Brigitte Poitrenaud-Lamesi

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Accent Variation in Indian English

A Folk Linguistic Study

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Giuliana Regnoli

This is the first major sociolinguistic work on Indian diasporic communities in Germany. It investigates accent perceptions and attitudes to variation in Indian varieties of English. The study shows that metalanguage allows to understand what sociolinguistic stereotypes are at stake in diasporic communities and what criteria are made use of in such discriminations.

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Intégration régionale « appropriée » en Afrique

Éléments juridiques d'effectivité

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Samuel-Jacques Priso Essawe

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Edited by Isabelle Meuret, Hubert Roland, Grazia Berger and Chiara Nannicini

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Clinical Research at MENA -

Challenges and Solutions

Edited by Fatih Özdener

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Die Verhandlung im Handelsstreit

Eine Untersuchung zum Vorverfahren im Streitbeilegungssystem der Welthandelsorganisation (WTO) am Beispiel der Sache Kodak-Fujifilm

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Florent Duplouy

Der Verfasser hinterfragt die verbreitete Annahme, Handelsstreitigkeiten würden in der Welthandelsorganisation (WTO) im gerichtlichen Verfahren beigelegt, und bietet eine Untersuchung aus Anwaltssicht. Am Beispiel des Handelsstreits Kodak-Fujifilm klärt er Strukturelemente, Abschnitte und Funktionen der Verhandlung und ordnet Handlungs- und Ermessensspielräume der Parteien rechtlichen Verhaltens- und Bewertungsmaßstäben der WTO zu. Hierbei verwirft er den Gegensatz von Macht und Rechtsnorm. Zudem gibt er Anregungen für eine objektivierte Verhandlung und den Ausgleich von kooperativer und konfrontativer Streitbeilegung in der WTO. Das Modell bietet insbesondere Rechtsberatern wertvolle Einsichten in die streitbeilegende Verhandlung.

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Asian/American Scholars of Education

21st Century Pedagogies, Perspectives, and Experiences, Second Edition

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Edited by Nicholas D. Hartlep, Daisy Ball and Kevin E. Wells

This second edition of Asian/American Scholars of Education: 21st Century Pedagogies, Perspectives, and Experiences shares an updated number of Asian/American luminaries in the field of education. This updated collection of essays and national data analyses acknowledges the struggle that Asian/American Education scholars have faced when it comes to being regarded as legitimate scholars deserving of endowed or distinguished status in the field of education. The chapter contributors in this second edition include postdoctoral mentees, former students, and colleagues of the newly added Asian/American endowed and distinguished professors featured in the book: Hua-Hua Chang, Nicholas Hartlep, Guofang Li, Justin Perry, and Kui Xie. Asian/American Scholars of Education makes an important impact by continuing to ask: Why are there so few Asian/American endowed and distinguished faculty members in education?

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Community-Owned Knowledge

The Promise of Collaborative Action Research

Gilberto Arriaza and Lyn Scott

This book aims at providing the framework and the tools for the transformation of the workplace. The core framework here proposed to teachers, school administrators, counselors, parents, and education leaders from kindergarten to college consists of building domestic knowledge. Unearthing and fostering an organization’s own knowledge, the book posits, translates into collectively shared understandings, skills, and dispositions which, in the aggregate translates into local capacity. The more members of an organization become involved in knowledge production, the denser its ability to deliver its stated mission. When an organization systematically implements a critical, intentional, and collective action to dig into its own day-to-day practices and brings up to the surface knowledge that has not been systematized, the higher the chances for the organization to create a shared sense of purpose and the know-how to deliver its promises. Thus, the book walks the reader from the very first to the last step of this knowledge making through an innovative approach to collaborative action research.