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Universitätsbibliographie der Universität Hamburg 2009 bis 30. Juni 2011

Staats- Und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl Von Ossietzky
Die Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg (SUB) erstellte im Auftrag des Präsidiums der Universität Hamburg eine Universitätsbibliographie für den Zeitraum 2009 bis 30. Juni 2011. Sie liegt in drei Formen vor:
- als Universitätsbibliographie online,
- als Druckausgabe, die Sie im Präsenzbestand zahlreicher Bibliotheken finden (alle Exemplare der Druckausgabe wurden direkt an die Universität geliefert und von dieser an Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler sowie Bibliotheken verteilt);
- als E-Book, das Sie auf dieser Webseite als Gesamtdatei oder...

Das Hauptgebäude der Universität Hamburg als Gedächtnisort

Rainer Nicolaysen
Am 13. Mai 2011 jährte sich die Einweihung des heutigen Hauptgebäudes der Universität Hamburg an der Edmund-Siemers-Allee zum 100. Mal. Am selben Tag wurde das 1999 begonnene Programm zur Benennung seiner sieben Hörsäle nach herausragenden, in der NS-Zeit vertriebenen Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftlern abgeschlossen. (Die bei dieser Gelegenheit gehaltenen Reden werden in den Hamburger Universitätsreden Neue Folge 18, 100 Jahre Hauptgebäude der Universität Hamburg, dokumentiert.)
Aus doppeltem Anlass also erscheint dieses Buch, das neben einer Einführung...

Nutzung der Personennamendatei (PND) für die Präsentation von Nachlässen im Internet

Andreas Lütjen, Eva Fritz & Claudia Steil
Angeregt durch ein vielversprechendes Projekt der Abteilung Handschriften und Alte Drucke an der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek (BSB) in München, das die bessere Präsenz der Nachlässe im Internet zum Ziel hatte, wurde im Jahr 2010 damit begonnen, die Verbesserung der Internet-Präsenz sowohl der Nachlässe des Landeskirchlichen Archivs als auch der Nachlässe der Landeskirchlichen Zentralbibliothek in Stuttgart vorzubereiten. Die insgesamt mehr als 40 Einträge umfassende Nachlasssammlung wurde im Rahmen eines studentischen Projekts mit Hilfe des automatischen PND-Beacon-Dienstes im...

Archivführer Schleswig-Holstein

Landesarchiv Schleswig-Holstein, & Nordelbisches Kirchenarchiv

National Women's Studies Association 32nd Annual Conference: Feminist Transformations

National Women'S Studies Association
Digitized program for the National Women's Studies Association 32nd Annual Conference, held November 10-13, 2011, in Atlanta, Georgia.

Medication-assisted Treatment Research with Criminal Justice Populations: Challenges of Implementation.

Patrice M. Miller, Timothy W. Kinlock & Michael S. Gordon
Creating, implementing and evaluating substance abuse interventions, especially medication-assisted treatments, for prisoners, parolees, and probationers with histories of heroin addiction is an especially challenging endeavor because of the difficulty in coordinating and achieving cooperation among diverse criminal justice, substance abuse treatment, research, and social service agencies, each with its own priorities and agenda. In addition, there are special rules that must be followed when conducting research with criminal justice-involved populations, particularly prisoners. The following case...

Does health insurance decrease health expenditure risk in developing countries? the case of China

Juergen Jung & Jialu Liu
This paper studies the impact of health insurance on individual out-of-pocket health expenditures in China. Using China Health and Nutrition Survey data between 1991 and 2006, we apply two-part and sample selection models to address issues caused by censored data and selection on unobservables. We find that, although the probability of accessing health care increases with the availability of health insurance, the level of out-of-pocket health expenditure decreases. Our results from a selection model with...

The extension of social security coverage in developing countries

Juergen Jung & Chung Tran
We study the dynamic general equilibrium effects of introducing a social pension pro- gram to elderly informal sector workers in developing countries who lack formal risk sharing mechanisms against income and longevity risk. To this end, we formulate a stochastic dynamic general equilibrium model that incorporates defining features of developing countries: a large informal sector, private transfers as an informal safety net, and a non-universal social security system. We find that the extension of retirement...

Women, art and power: a narrative of counter-power?

Ana Gabriela Macedo
Abstract My aim in this paper is to build on a fundamental essay by Linda Nochlin precisely titled “Women, Art and Power” (1988), where the author convincingly investigates this triad while, in her own words, she “disentangles various discourses about power related to gender difference existing simultaneously with - as much surface as substractum - the master discourse of the iconography or narrative”. I propose to extend Nochlin’s analysis somehow further and, without twisting her...

Women, art and power: a narrative of counter-power?

Ana Gabriela Macedo
Abstract My aim in this paper is to build on a fundamental essay by Linda Nochlin precisely titled “Women, Art and Power” (1988), where the author convincingly investigates this triad while, in her own words, she “disentangles various discourses about power related to gender difference existing simultaneously with - as much surface as substractum - the master discourse of the iconography or narrative”. I propose to extend Nochlin’s analysis somehow further and, without twisting her...

Fractured memories, past, identity and imagination in Borges and Mutarelli

Pedro Galas Araújo
Abstract Memory forms the identity of a collectivity as well as that of the individual: it is the point from which we construct a narrative that organizes our subjectivity. However, it is defective, lacking, accomodating. How can we thus have the identity built upon such unstable ground? Still, the last decades of the twentieth century were marked by what Andreas Huyssen calls of “culture of memory”: an appreciation of the past as an element that...

Fractured memories, past, identity and imagination in Borges and Mutarelli

Pedro Galas Araújo
Abstract Memory forms the identity of a collectivity as well as that of the individual: it is the point from which we construct a narrative that organizes our subjectivity. However, it is defective, lacking, accomodating. How can we thus have the identity built upon such unstable ground? Still, the last decades of the twentieth century were marked by what Andreas Huyssen calls of “culture of memory”: an appreciation of the past as an element that...

The sounds of the words: possibilities and limits of the graphic novel

Elvira Vigna
Abstract The graphic novel today aims to a literary status, but its attributes at the same time favor such possibility and frustate it. In this analysis, I demonstrate how time control by the artists is at the center of this process. Halting the reader, distracting him/her from the narrative, the novel can increase its appeal but will loose in the literary construction. Between us, Brazilians, the graphic novel brings another question to be considered, since...

The sounds of the words: possibilities and limits of the graphic novel

Elvira Vigna
Abstract The graphic novel today aims to a literary status, but its attributes at the same time favor such possibility and frustate it. In this analysis, I demonstrate how time control by the artists is at the center of this process. Halting the reader, distracting him/her from the narrative, the novel can increase its appeal but will loose in the literary construction. Between us, Brazilians, the graphic novel brings another question to be considered, since...

The suspect Babel, by Nelson de Oliveira

José Leonardo Tonus
Abstract The photomontages made by artist Teresa Yamashita included in the anthology Babel Babilônia from brazilian writer Nelson de Oliveira published in 2007, suggests the presence of a pictorial story concomitantly that, with also the paratextuals devices and all narratives, requires for a reflection on the crisis values that runs through our society. They create an effect of redundancy that, in addiction to ensuring the readability speech, pointed of an authorial voice that committed us...

The suspect Babel, by Nelson de Oliveira

José Leonardo Tonus
Abstract The photomontages made by artist Teresa Yamashita included in the anthology Babel Babilônia from brazilian writer Nelson de Oliveira published in 2007, suggests the presence of a pictorial story concomitantly that, with also the paratextuals devices and all narratives, requires for a reflection on the crisis values that runs through our society. They create an effect of redundancy that, in addiction to ensuring the readability speech, pointed of an authorial voice that committed us...

Biophysical and Socioeconomic Factors Associated with Forest Transitions at Multiple Spatial and Temporal Scales

Charles B. Yackulic, Matthew Fagan, Meha Jain, Amir Jina, Yili Lim, Miriam Marlier, Robert Muscarella, Patricia Adame, Ruth DeFries & Maria Uriarte
Forest transitions (FT) occur when socioeconomic development leads to a shift from net deforestation to reforestation; these dynamics have been observed in multiple countries across the globe, including the island of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean. Starting in the 1950s, Puerto Rico transitioned from an agrarian to a manufacturing and service economy reliant on food imports, leading to extensive reforestation. In recent years, however, net reforestation has leveled off. Here we examine the drivers of...

Empowering Black Women To Lead: A Phenomenological Study Examining The Role Of The Ncbaa Institute In The Development Of Midlevel Community College Administrators

Kimberly Ann Beatty
This study was conceptualized out of my experience transitioning into a midlevel leadership position in a community college. In the beginning, I thought my reality was specific to me. However, the more I engaged in leadership development, the more I learned that my journey was not unique. This study explored the experiences of three Black midlevel women administrators who participated in a week-long leadership development institute sponsored by the National Council on Black American Affairs...

"Chunky": An Exploration Of Scarring And Social Wounds

Shantee Cherese Woodards
This thesis presents the first fourteen chapters of the author's novel, "Chunky," and examines it in comparison to Martha Southgate's Fall of Rome (2002). Both novels explore the journey of young black males who are trying to survive in a world where they are different. Southgate's Rashid Bryson leaves behind his parents when he gets a scholarship to attend an elite boys' boarding school, where most of his classmates are white and wealthy. DeShaun ‘Chunky’...

An Examination Of The Influence Of Mother-Child Communication And Maternal Monitoring On Sexual Behavior In African American High School Students

Ludmilla Francisca Wikkeling-Scott
The enjoyment of physical contact and expressions of sexual feelings are normal experiences of adolescent development but have also been related to negative health consequences, with a higher prevalence among African Americans. Research has focused on reducing behaviors such as sexual activity among adolescents to avoid related health consequences but often fail to address the parental factor. A few studies on parental factors have noted that parent-child communication and parental monitoring are important influencers of...

Revisiting Expressive Theory In 21St Century Critical Discourse

Charles Lawrence Washington
The aim of this study was to discover tools for critical examination within an expressive framework, as defined by M. H. Abrams. The study was needed to modernize the expressive notion from Romanticism by creating a framework conducive to the modern paradigm of literary theory and criticism. Based upon a review of the literature in the field, it is fair to conclude that the expressive theory is largely discussed in anthologies and guides of literary...

An Analysis Of The Shared Governance Practices In The Jamaican Community College System: Faculty Perspectives

Clover M. Baker-Brown
Shared governance has been part of both the American as well as the Jamaican academic experience for many years. It is well known to American community colleges and higher education in general, as a practice that includes faculty in academic decision making and policy. However, in Jamaican community colleges it was unclear what the practice meant. The question that was raised in this study was one that looked at the attitudes towards shared governance in...

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