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Privacy by design: the definitive workshop. A foreword by Ann Cavoukian, Ph.D

Ann Cavoukian
2010 Identity in the Information Society  
Back then, privacy protection relied primarily upon legislation and regulatory frameworks-in an effort to offer remedies for data breaches, after they had occurred.  ...  In November, 2009, a prominent group of privacy professionals, business leaders, information technology specialists, and academics gathered in Madrid to discuss how the next set of threats to privacy could  ...  Firms are moving from multinational to global in nature, and the concept of an enterprise is being replaced by that of an ecosystem.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12394-010-0062-y fatcat:4uxj6hmliner7fmxxgzpilckue

Identity Assemblages [article]

Line Horn Helverskov
2017 The PhD Series of the Faculty of the Humanities  
In the following, I will explore and elaborate some of these 'names', attempting to unravel an ANT position.  ...  Rather, ANT could be defined as an exploratory approach that attempts to map associations, seeking mediating points between elements (Latour 1996) . 22 Early publications referred to ANT as a sociology  ... 
doi:10.5278/vbn.phd.hum.00070 fatcat:vmkjpa6bdvgsfdkierutqmbrm4

Kosovo [chapter]

Sergei Medvedev
2018 Mapping European security after Kosovo  
and defence identity and common foreign and security policy, etc.) and to transnational technologies.  ...  The consequences for Russian foreign and security policy, however, were less salubrious.  ... 
doi:10.7765/9781526137517.00006 fatcat:xjcvt7ydlnhszmcduc43deeisu

Darques R., 2017, Mapping Versatile Boundaries. Understanding the Balkans, Springer, 322 p

Fabien Jeannier
2019 CyberGeo  
made such an enterprise a considerable challenge (p. 58-59): policies of national military institutes, diverging mapping systems, limited or forbidden data dissemination, land access interdiction, the  ...  It is a map-based approach, exploiting old maps hardly known by anyone.  ... 
doi:10.4000/cybergeo.33177 doaj:461b3155d27c4a628a9652d9b1e2fd39 fatcat:lroweqbxubeifetv4kdtfxxkem

Ideas and Identity in the International Political Economy of Regionalism: The Asia-Pacific and Europe Compared

Richard Higgott
1997 International Relations  
debate, are becoming important road maps with which to traverse the uncertain regional economic and security terrain.  ...  It is an elusive question not easily amenable to manageable analysis.  ... 
doi:10.11375/kokusaiseiji1957.114_l14 fatcat:ugi55eeqjzdc7mgezvmdmo7gxu

Mapping emergent public engagement in societal transitions: a scoping review

Alexandra Revez, Niall Dunphy, Clodagh Harris, Fionn Rogan, Edmond Byrne, Connor McGookin, Paul Bolger, Brian Ó Gallachóir, John Barry, Geraint Ellis, Barry O'Dwyer, Evan Boyle (+3 others)
2022 Energy, Sustainability and Society  
The purpose of this paper is to enhance our understanding regarding public engagement and to address the often superficial and shallow policy discourse on this topic.  ...  Main text The paper offers a review of evolving literature to map emergent public engagement in processes of transition and change.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to Margaret Desmond and John O'Neill for their comments on earlier versions of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13705-021-00330-4 pmid:35059277 pmcid:PMC8732801 fatcat:y7pwfvk255c5jcdmxsfdgyklcq

Mapping Human Rights in the Modern World [chapter]

Dayana MK, Boby Thomas
2020 Mapping Human Rights in the Modern World  
With the nationwide inspection, the Commission found that the voting system for reserved separate electorates were inefficient and wanted to incorporate new suggestions for an effective system.  ...  Assemblies, which had their own number of Representatives of the Depressed Class. 6 In 1927, the most debated Simon Commission came up with an ulterior motive to criticize the structure of the Montague-Chelmsford  ...  An emergency is a sudden incident that necessitates urgent and appropriate management to treat its result and avoid its sequalae.  ... 
doi:10.37298/abpl978-81.05 fatcat:morsnnyvbbavtfj5vxp2pv5rki

Mapping institutional diversity for implementing the Lisbon principles

Steve Rayner
1999 Ecological Economics  
By examining issues of diversity in institutional management of uncertainty and coordination of diverse actors, this paper begins to develop a social map of systematic differences in the ways institutions  ...  The Lisbon principles for sustainable governance of the oceans enunciate some general guidelines for development and implementation of policies to protect ocean resources and ecosystems.  ...  That said, there are many approaches to the issue of consent.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0921-8009(99)00083-x fatcat:bjbbcpzekjdyvhcrajcunjsvri

Identity, storytelling and the philanthropic journey

Mairi Maclean, Charles Harvey, Jillian Gordon, Eleanor Shaw
2015 Human Relations  
We add to the expanding literature on narrative identities by suggesting that philanthropic identity narratives empower wealthy entrepreneurs to generate a legacy of the self which is both self-and socially-oriented  ...  We delineate the journey from entrepreneurship to philanthropy, and propose a typology of rewards entrepreneurs claim to derive from giving.  ...  Acknowledgements We wish to express our gratitude to the Editor, Professor Nick Turner, and the three anonymous reviewers for their valuable recommendations, which helped strengthen our theoretical ideas  ... 
doi:10.1177/0018726714564199 pmid:26456976 pmcid:PMC4582835 fatcat:fnesbz5z3re5vjlts3r637rxk4

Cultural politics and the hydrosocial cycle: Water, power and identity in the Andean highlands

Rutgerd Boelens
2014 Geoforum  
To see how local worldviews, water flows and water control practices are interwoven, it unravels the 'meta' behind the 'physical', examining contemporary expressions of the ancient 'hydrocosmological cycle  ...  Since ancient times, elites have striven to reinforce subjugation over Andean peoples by creating 'convenient histories' and 'socionatural order', connecting local water practices and worldviews to supralocal  ...  secure a particular political order.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2013.02.008 fatcat:kj2uz2sztjbbdlm3cd746j2qdy

Determining the Global from a Social Work Perspective [chapter]

Sandra Holtgreve, Cornelia Giebeler
2021 Envisioning the World: Mapping and Making the Global  
an active role in global social policies.  ...  This position enables Social Work to critically question global world ordering approaches such as the world system, world culture or world society approaches by unravelling the arbitrariness of these approaches  ...  For an introduction, see: Grunwald and Thiersch 2014. 3 At this point we want to refer to the numerous efforts of Cornelia Giebeler to conceptualise experiencing strangeness and transcultural contacts  ... 
doi:10.14361/9783839455296-008 fatcat:hxsdct2aqvck3ebixu5t4cpxaa

Nationalism, Biography and the Ecology of Identity

Jonathan Hearn
2013 Humanities Research  
Sulík has managed to identify his policies with Slovak national identity as good, economically disciplined Europeans, in contrast with the spendthrift Greeks.  ...  Next I discuss some general approaches to the study of identity, and then more specifically approaches to national identity in particular. Of course these discussions interpenetrate.  ... 
doi:10.22459/hr.xix.01.2013.01 fatcat:axmioymxqbchliwrdrrc7b3sie

Book Review: Reframing Singapore: Memory – Identity – Trans-RegionalismHengDerek and AljuniedSyed Muhd Khairudin, eds, Reframing Singapore: Memory – Identity – Trans-regionalism, Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, 2009, 318 pp

Pingtjin Thum
2013 South East Asia Research  
Prior to his appointment at NUS, he was in the Singapore Foreign Service and worked as a Policy Analyst with the Singapore Ministry of Environment.  ...  She is interested in issues concerning diaspora, migration and transnational identity, especially in reference to Indian communities in Southeast Asia.  ...  The merchant communities even clamoured for Company intervention to secure their investments and interests in these enterprises (Khoo 1972; Mills 1966: 174-219) .  ... 
doi:10.5367/sear.2013.0184 fatcat:oldeesutmjdcxp3wjwaaiftx2e

C. C. Rafn, J. J. A. Worsaae, Archaeology, History and Danish National Identity in the Schleswig-Holstein Question

C. Stephen Briggs
2005 Bulletin of the History of Archaeology  
Rafn himself had never fought shy of appealing to foreigners for help, so why not approach those with sufficient clout in government to influence Britain's policies in Denmark's favour during this hour  ...  Could Worsaae's account of this offer be an indication that Denmark had consciously adopted a policy of employing historians to promote feelings of national unity and heritage, and to help justify territorial  ... 
doi:10.5334/bha.15202 fatcat:klnq7334zbge3jkh5ouwn7zsne

In search of identity: Adult education in Bosnia and Herzegovina between the socialist legacy and neoliberal tendencies

Amina Isanović Hadziomerović
2018 AS: Andragoška Spoznanja  
The paper presents an analysis of the key processes in the field of adult education in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) referring to its socialist past and current tendencies dominantly motivated by the country's  ...  Based on critical discourse analysis, the paper intends to unravel the intricate socio-political texture that has shaped the key themes in adult education both in the country's socialist past and its democratic  ...  those related to existential human needs such as employment or social security.  ... 
doi:10.4312/as.24.4.37-52 fatcat:pwqipet6vfd7hksvfoznzrvmym
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