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Edited by Peter Wenzel, Ludwig Deringer, Frauke Intemann and Stella Neumann

This series includes in-depth studies, dissertations, and edited volumes on a broad range of topics in the fields of language theory, applied linguistics, corpus linguistics, British and American literary and cultural studies and foreign language teaching.

Each volume is embedded in the specialized research areas of the Department of English, American and Romance Studies at RWTH Aachen University.
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Aachener Beiträge zur vergleichenden Soziologie und zur China-Forschung

Aachen Studies on Comparative Sociology and China Research

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Acta Germanica

German Studies in Africa . Jahrbuch des Germanistenverbandes im südlichen Afrika

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Acta Germanica / German Studies in Africa

Jahrbuch des Germanistenverbandes im südlichen Afrika / Journal of the Association for German Studies in Southern Africa

Edited by Carlotta von Maltzan

Acta Germanica, the yearbook of the Association for German Studies in Southern Africa, presents the latest research findings in the field of German Language and Literature. It focuses mainly on current topics affecting (South) Africa in the fields of German literature, linguistics and culture, and on German as a foreign language. The yearbook is edited by Professor Carlotta von Maltzan.
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Edited by Michel Dumoulin and Université Catholique de Louvain

La Chaire Glaverbel d'études européennes, créée dans le cadre de l'Institut d'études européennes de l'Université Catholique de Louvain, entend contribuer de manière significative à la formation et à la réflexion sur des thèmes centraux de la construction européenne. Son ambition est de mieux former les étudiants à la lecture de leur environnement économique, social, politique et culturel et de favoriser ainsi leur capacité d'adaptation dans un monde en mutation.

Un volume annuel publie les articles émanant des professeurs et experts internationaux invités à l'occasion des conférences et cours organisés dans le cadre de la chaire en histoire, sociétés, civilisations, science politique, droit et économie, ainsi qu'une sélection des meilleurs rapports remis par les étudiants.
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Actes du XIème Congrès de l'Association Internationale de Littérature Comparée (Paris, août 1985)

Proceedings of the XIth Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association (Paris, August, 1985)

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Edited by Jean- Louis Genard and Steve Jacob

La collection « Action publique » étudie le fonctionnement de l’État sous des angles multiples. Elle privilégie l’analyse des politiques publiques (environnement, santé, emploi, culture, etc.) et l’étude institutionnelle et organisationnelle des administrations publiques. Les mutations qui caractérisent aujourd’hui l’action publique (déréglementation, externalisation, contractualisation, action en réseaux...) sont au cœur de ses préoccupations.

Ainsi la collection « Action publique » accorde-t-elle également une place importante aux rapports que l’État entretient avec son environnement, l’appareil politique et la société civile bien sûr, mais aussi avec les évolutions sociétales plus larges (individualisme, globalisation, etc.).

La pluridisciplinarité est une caractéristique essentielle des travaux contemporains dans le domaine. C’est pourquoi cette collection encourage les approches économiques, historiques, juridiques, politologiques, sociologiques et philosophiques.

The series « Public Action » studies the State and how it works from a variety of perspectives. It focuses on public policy analysis (environment, health, employment culture, etc.) as well as the institutional and organizational study of public administrations. The mutations that characterize nowadays public action (deregulation, externalisation, contractualisation and networking) are at the heart of these preoccupations.

Consequently, the series « Public Action » also places further emphasis on the relationship the State maintains with its environment; – not only the political apparatus and, of course, civil society, but also with broader social changes such as individualism and globalization.

Multidisciplinary work is an essential characteristic of contemporary research in the field. Given the essential need for such approaches to the topic, this series encourages economic, historical, judicial, politological, sociological and philosophical perspectives.

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Ad Fontes

Schriften zur Philosophie

Edited by Tadeusz Guz

The series aspires to present a wide overview of the best Polish works in philosophy and philosophical parts of the major fields of the humanities: political and social sciences, history, religious studies or what is named in Poland the history of ideas. The editor is particularly interested in Christian Philosophy. As a result, this series focuses on theoretical problems and examines the main issues of contemporary research on history of religions as well as on intercultural dialogue between them.
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Edited by Elmar Güthoff and Karl-Heinz Selge

Adnotationes in Ius Canonucum (AIC) ist eine Schriftenreihe für Sammelbände (vor allem Festschriften) und Monographien (vor allem kanonistische, theologische und rechtswissenschaftliche Dissertationen). Thematisch umgreift die Reihe AIC alle Bereiche des kanonischen Rechts, der kirchlichen Rechtsgeschichte und des Staatskirchenrechts.
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Edited by Joseph L. DeVitis and Linda Irwin-DeVitis

"As schools struggle to redefine and restructure themselves, they need to be aware of the new realities of adolescents. This series is committed to depicting the wide variety of adolescent cultures that exist in today’s troubled world. It is primarily a qualitative research, practice, and policy series devoted to contextual interpretation and analysis that encompasses a broad range of interdisciplinary critique. The series addresses such issues as curriculum theory and practice; multicultural education; adolescent literacy; aggression, bullying, and violence; media and the arts; school dropouts; homeless and runaway youth; gangs and other alienated youth; at-risk populations; peers, family structures, and parental involvement; identity formation; race, ethnicity, class, and gender/LGBTQ studies; and overall social, biological, psychological, and spiritual development. "