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Kød, krop og identitet

Johanne Stubbe Teglbjærg
Johanne Stubbe Teglbjærg Kød, krop og identitet – om betydningen af begrebet 'kød' i nyere protestantisk teologi. (Flesh, body and identity – about the meaning of the concept of flesh in new Protestant theology). The turning point of the article is incarnation itself. Since Antiquity flesh has played a central role in Christianity in the interpretation of the figure Jesus, and from a Protestant point of view the article describes the relevance for an understanding...

Lessons Learned Implementing Project-Based Learning in a Multi-Campus Blended Learning Environment

Joao Alberto Arantes Do Amaral, Cintia Rejane Möller Araujo & Rebeca Júlia Rodrigues Lino Dos Santos
In this article, we describe a project management course developed in a multi-campus, blended learning environment, with the participation of 14 NGOs. There were 70 undergraduate students involved, from three campuses of the Federal University of São Paulo, Brazil. We discuss how the course was conceptualized, provide an outline of its curriculum and online components, and analyze its successes and failures. To gather data, we used a convergent parallel mixed method approach, and we analyzed...

Characterizing human breathing and its interactions with room ventilation

Chunwen Xu
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Engineering and Science, Aalborg University

Hyper Attention Blockbusters

Steen Christiansen
In this article, I outline a theory of attention for 21st-century blockbusters, emphasizing the coevolution of attention in what N. Katherine Hayles has distinguished as deep and hyper attention. Furthermore, I elaborate on this theory with a discussion of kinetics as an embodied sensation integral to blockbuster, drawing examples from Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy.

Editorial: The Business Model Eruption and How Game Changing Mind Sets Challenge Existing Nodes of Business

Christian Nielsen, Petri Ahokangas, Mathias Cöster, Alf Westelius, Einar Iveroth & Carl-Johan Petri
Journal of Business Models, Vol 2 No 1 (2014): Special issue: The business model eruption

The Implementation and Evaluation of a Project-Oriented Problem-Based Learning Module in a First Year Engineering Programme

Seamus McLoone, Bob Lawlor & Andrew Meehan
This paper describes how a circuits-based project-oriented problem-based learning educational model was integrated into the first year of a Bachelor of Engineering in Electronic Engineering programme at Maynooth University, Ireland. While many variations of problem based learning exist, the presented model is closely aligned with the model used in Aalborg University, Denmark. Key learning outcomes, implementation features and an evaluation of the integrated project-oriented problem-based learning module over a two year period are all presented...

The Evolution of Network-based Business Models Illustrated Through the Case Study of an Entrepreneurship Project

Morten Lund & Christian Nielsen
Purpose: Existing frameworks for understanding and analyzing the value configuration and structuring of partnerships in relation such network-based business models are found to be inferior. The purpose of this paper is therefore to broaden our understanding of how business models may change over time and how the role of strategic partners may differ over time too. Design/methodology/approach: A longitudinal case study spanning over years and mobilising multiple qualitative methods such as interviews, observation and participative...

Forside, kolofon, indholdsfortegnelse

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Forside, kolofon, indholdsfortegnelse


Ole Michael Spaten
Coaching Psykologi - The Danish Journal of Coaching Psychology, Årg. 1, Nr. 1

INSPIRE - hvorfor er det en god ide?

Ulla Kronborg Mazolli
Vi kender alle billederne fra de store oversvømmelser i Centraleuropa. Kæmpestore arealer sat under vand, mennesker og dyr truet på livet og efterfølgende enorme omkostninger med at genopbygge. I Danmark har vi også oplevet oversvømmelser – i mindre målestok, men nok til at give os en idé om, at vand løber der, hvor vand nu engang løber. Vand respekterer ikke grænser, hverken administrative eller nationale. Det gælder også for en række andre miljørelaterede fænomener som...

Measuring European selves

Radka Antalikova
The PhD Series of the Faculty of the Humanities, Aalborg University

Er du klar til at arbejde?

Sophie Danneris Jensen
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Aalborg University

Número Completo

Cancino Et. Al. Cancino Et. Al.
Sociedad y Discurso, No 19 (2011)

Dimensions of problem based learning – dialogue and online collaboration in projects

Lars Birch Andreasen & Jørgen Lerche Nielsen
The article contributes to the discussions on problem based learning and project work, building on and reflecting the experiences of the authors. Four perspectives are emphasized as central to a contemporary approach to problem- and project-based learning: the exploration of problems, projects as a method, online collaboration, and the dialogic aspect of students’ project work. A specific focus is on how the problem- and project-based learning approach developed in Denmark historically and theoretically, and how...

The Photograph as Network

Frauke Wiegand
Inspired by actor-network theory (ANT), this article develops a theoretical framework for grasping the dynamic visual work of cultural memory. It introduces three sensitizing concepts derived from Latourian actor-network methodology, namely entanglement, relationality, and traceability, operationalizing them as methodological tools for reading the net-work of images. The objects of study are two visitor snapshots of the photographic exhibition, The Story of Soweto, at the famous Regina Mundi Church in Soweto, South Africa. I demonstrate that,...

中国崛起、国际秩序与世界秩序 / China’s Rise, International Order, and the World Order

Xiaoming Zhang
中国崛起意味着中国作为一个最为典型的非西方大国在现代国际社会中的崛起,国际秩序 指的是主权国家之间的秩序,而世界秩序包含国际秩序、国内秩序以及跨国秩序,但迄今为止世界 秩序的核心在于国际秩序,自威斯特伐利亚和会以来,西方国家一直在国际秩序和世界秩序中占据 主导地位,美国是第二次世界大战结束以后所谓的自由主义国际秩序的主导国家。中国为代表的非 西方大国的崛起是21 世纪国际秩序和世界秩序变迁的动力之一,但不是唯一重要的动力。

Visualising Historical Networks

Henriette Roued-Cunliffe
This article situates itself within the growing field of digital heritage and will explore methods for digital representation of historical network. This includes a social family network as it is typically presented in a genealogical structure, consisting of all family members, as well as a network created by hyperlinks and linked data on Wikipedia. It uses the family tree of the Drachmann family in 19th century Copenhagen as a case to explore and compare these...

Gender mainstreaming or diversity mainstreaming?

Carol Bacchi & Joan Eveline

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