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Religion in Scandinavian Crime Fiction

Kim Toft Hansen
A similar focus on the cosmic can be found in Kim Toft Hansen'sarticle Religion in Scandinavian Crime Fiction, where Hansen argues that crime fiction in Scandinavia is moving towards becoming a post-secular genre, which on the one hand discusses and engages with modernity, yet at the same time opens up for discussion (and critique) of religion and spirituality, thereby transgressing modernity's own ideals.

Genre transgression in interactive works

Claus A. Foss Rosenstand
A similar formalist interest governs Claus A. Foss Rosenstand'sarticle Genre Transgression in Interactive Works, where Rosenstand argues for the genre transgression of interactive works as creating what he refers to as the simulative genre, characterized by the transformation of the communicator into a simulator, thus creating a framework for analysing any interactive text.

Grænseoverskridende multi-protagonistfortællinger

Helle Kannik Haastrup
Helle Kannik Hastrup's article Grænseoverskridende multi-protagonistfortællinger discusses the generic reformations of complex artfilm strategies which migrate into popular film with the coming of the multi-protagonist film, where the traditional narrative structures of Hollywood are altered and remade.

The Transgressive Literacy of the Comic Maidservant in Tobias Smollett’s Humphry Clinker

Kathleen Tamayo Alves
Kathleen Alves' article The Transgressive Literacy of the Comic Maidservant in Tobias Smollett's 'Humphry Clinker' returns us to social tensions by discussing the "servant problem" in Tobias Smoellett's Humphry Clinker, where servants are revealed to not exist as external subjects but instead as attendants in the discursive formation of the modern family.

Food for thought

Ida Klitgård
Ida Klitgaard's article Food For Thought is a comparative analysis the Danish translations of James Joyce's Ulyssesparticularly as it pertains to the significance of food, enhanced into a discussion of cannibalistic and religious metaphors. Klitgaard's analysis shows how cultural cannibalism inevitably becomes part of such a discussion.

Body Refractions

Steen Christiansen
Steen Christiansen's article Body Refractions examines Darren Aronofsky's 'Black Swan' and the notions of character identification and bodily transformation, arguing that the digital morphing of Black Swan suggests a different relation to the cinematic image, one which can only be understood in terms of affect rather than representation. As we can see from this broad and diverse range of scholarship, despite a certain degree of transgression fatigue, the term remains critically viable and if nothing...

Functional Amyloids in Pseudomonas

Heidi Nolsøe Danielsen
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Engineering and Science, Aalborg University

La Izquierda latinoamericana en tiempos de globalización. Segunda parte

Hugo Cancino
Sociedad y Discurso, No 11 (2007)

Et signalement af ledelsesdilemmaet

Frederik Hertel & Michael Fast
In this article the reader is offered a new understanding of management through an analysis on the phenomenon we define as the management dilemma. The concept describes the situation occurring when a manager considers creating an I-It relation to the employee as necesserary in order to achive the compagny aims. The challenge for the manager is that the objectification of the employee will create a managerialdistance to the employee and thereby a distance to the...

The Cultural Soft Power of China: A Tool for Dualistic National Security

Jukka Aukia
Research on the soft power of China has proliferated to the point where little coherence can be detected. This paper attempts to bring together the various forms of analyses in both international and Chinese literature. A division in the non-Chinese research is drawn between those who recognize the international and domestic dimension in the Chinese soft power discourse and those who do not. It is concluded that Chinese academia envisages cultural soft power as a...

Integration, mentoring & networking

Lotte Bloksgaard

Accounting Through the Business Model

Robin Roslender & Christian Nielsen
While the business model has become a popular concept in many academic disciplines, it has not been invited into the accounting sphere. A new development, Integrated Reporting, promises to challenge this, but unfortunately its conceptualisation of the concept is flawed. Can the accountancy profession grasp value propositions to customers?

Titelblad, kolofon, indholdsfortegnelse

, Redaktionelt
Titelblad, kolofon, indholdsfortegnelse

Kan verdens sundhed gøres retfærdig via GIS ?

Anne Venneløkke Olsen

The Political Economy of Chinese State Capitalism

Li Xing & Timothy M. Shaw

Challenges in physiological assessment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Ulla Møller Weinreich
The PhD Series of theThe PhD Series of the Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University

'EL CRIMEN NO PAGA': análisis sociodiscursivo de 32 encuestas de opinión en prensa digital venezolana

Angélica María Silva & Roberto Limongi
Sociedad y Discurso, No 22 (2012)

Diagnosis and Monitoring of Bone Metastases in Prostate Cancer

Randi Fuglsang Fonager
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University

La política Energética de Bolivia y las relaciones entre Bolivia y Brasil

Steen Fryba Christensen
Sociedad y Discurso, No 10 (2006)

The Icon of the Zombie Mob

Jørgen Riber Christensen
The research question of the article is: In the film World War Z (Marc Forster, 2013) not only the iconology of the zombie has changed, also its iconography is new. How does this double alteration of the zombie influence its iconic significance? A hypothetical answer to this question is based on an investigation of the locations of the film, including the climactic battle scene with zombies in Moscow Red Square, which was dropped from the...

3D-bymodel over København - opbygning og anvendelse

Göran Jönsson & Niels Peter Jensen

Reseña del libro

Félix Aguirre
Sociedad y Discurso, No 21 (2012)

Persuasive Designs for Learning - Learning in Persuasive Design

Sandra Burri Gram Hansen
The PhD Series of the Faculty of the Humanities, Aalborg University

MODULATION OF MUSCLE ACTIVITY AND FORCE VARIABILITY ASSESSED DURING ACUTE AND PERSISTENT PAIN (+articles)

Christian Ariel Mista
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University

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