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Patterns of Errors in Engineering Students' Entrepreneurial Decision-Making

Todd Mathew Fernandez
Theories of entrepreneurship developed in the field of entrepreneurship typically make several assumptions or research design choices pertinent to their usefulness in education.  ...  One such theory, the Theory of Effectuation, is representative of these assumptions as well as being commonly used in entrepreneurship education as a model of correct decision-making.  ...  simply claims about reality, wherein the myths about entrepreneurs appears to function as participants' lens on realityi.e., an intuitive, and mythicized, ontology.That highlights a key difference between  ... 
doi:10.25394/pgs.17145701 fatcat:uvj5qt2exnbgdm6p45umj3twda

Internationalisation dynamics in contemporary South American life sciences: the case of zebrafish [article]

Rodrigo Liscovsky Barrera, University Of Edinburgh, Niki Vermeulen, Tod Van Gunten, Alfredo Yegros-Yegros
To what extent do the power dynamics of internationalisation intervene in contemporary practices of knowledge production and diffusion in this field of research?  ...  Geographical boundaries are not a matter of concern in science, and when they do – e.g. due to the rise of nationalist or populist movements – they are thought to constitute a threat to the essence of  ...  Based on a positivist and reductionist approach, scientometrics assumes there is an independent realityi.e. one existing outside the research subjects -, which is waiting to be discovered (in the example  ... 
doi:10.7488/era/2113 fatcat:ugyobxgrtfckrdneel5w2mxcsm

Watering down divisions in Cyprus: bi-communal policy networks and water governance in Nicosia

Anthi Dionysia Brouma
In Cyprus, actors beyond the boundaries of legitimate authority have been the creators of a social realityi.e. the bi-communal engagement on specific policy issues -that has contradicted the existing structure  ...  TOOL, MODEL OR THEORY?  ... 
doi:10.25501/soas.00018059 fatcat:3twb3rgeyjaiphaks46777pzcu

Cultural representations of mental illness in contemporary Japan

Fiorella Bucci
2014 Rivista di Psicologia Clinica   unpublished
This paper presents the results of a research project aimed at studying the cultural representations of mental illness and related interventions models in contemporary Japan, and providing the basis for  ...  The research methodology is based on interviews with scholars and professionals from multiple disciplinary areas and fields of practice, in order to analyze the interactions between medical, social sciences  ...  Both of them are essential mediators of the relationship with external realityi.e. of our subjective understanding of reality -and of adaptation to social contexts (Matte Blanco 1998).  ... 

Advance directives & advance care planning among elective surgery patients - ICU issues

Fabienne Gigon, Bernard Baertschi, Bara Ricou
Thus, theories such as non-permanent realityi.e. reality changing every momentappear in social constructionism and in opposition to essentialism, theories which we won"t go into further details.  ...  Act (PSDA). 3 In Europe, AD have not developed uniformly, either in different jurisdictions or in practice  ...  Against excessive restriction 1 No person may, wholly or in part, renounce his or her legal capacity or his or her capacity to act. 2 No person may surrender his or her freedom or restrict the use  ... 
doi:10.13097/archive-ouverte/unige:39789 fatcat:m3d4aubxdjazvbkcihefbmk6tm

Heterogeneous Thai voices: a contact zone of postcolonial counter-discourse to Anna Leonowens' orientalist writing of Thailand

Pornsawan Tripasai
Simultaneously, this action research prompts me as the teacher-researcher to understand how my professional practice has been influenced by the literary theories that I have studied in universities in  ...  I have finally learned that postcolonial theory has shaped my worldview, affected my teaching practice, and been my impulse to conduct this PhD research project.  ...  By employing both forms of analysis, my study aims to bridge the gap between the text (and its world) and the world of social realityi.e. between the text and its contexts.  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/58b4e8b0aad1c fatcat:x67eja5xvbdtrbawlcmedc4evm

The Proofs of God in Hegel's System

Charles P Rodger
its traditional sense (i.e., as a proof that God is or exists).  ...  post-Kantian project it completes the project of philosophy itself as that has been traditionally conceived. iii Dedication In loving memory of my Mother-In-Law, Sherry MacIntosh iv  ...  purpose but on the plane of empirical realityi.e., the purpose of world dominion." 135 This end is the Roman state itself that has its universal dominion as its end.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3tt1z fatcat:vzygt7hfojh7bplhy634eygygq