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Educating planners in Europe: A review of 21st century study programmes

Andrea I. Frank, Izabela Mironowicz, Julia Lourenço, Teresa Franchini, Peter Ache, Maroš Finka, Bernd Scholl, Anita Grams
2014 Progress in Planning  
Country case studies with historically differing planning cultures and education provision, i.e., Spain, Portugal, Finland, Poland, Slovakia, the United Kingdom and Switzerland are used to compare and  ...  The array of different planning cultures and associated educational models and pedagogies that traditionally have coexisted in Europe mean that education for planning can be either very visible or leading  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful for the help from colleagues and friends who assisted with data enquiries and collection.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.progress.2013.05.001 fatcat:i2yaauimcjeqxbjnasxfe4phmq

The effect of self-construals on perceptions of organizational events

Andre A. Pekerti, Catherine T. Kwantes
2011 International Journal of Cross Cultural Management  
Implications for International Business" San Diego, California, USA June 27-30, 2009 © 2009 Academy of International Business For more information, please contact  ...  We apply our models to explain cross-border holdings of debt and equity FPI in the IMF’s CPIS survey for 174 originating and 50 destination countries using both panel and annual estimates for 2001-2004  ... 
doi:10.1177/1470595811413101 fatcat:asw7n5gb3rd2vg4t4bhummbvfu

Synchrony and Composition: Toward a Cognitive Architecture between Classicism and Connectionism [chapter]

Markus Werning
2003 Foundations of the Formal Sciences II  
Using the tools of universal algebra, it is shown that oscillatory networks realize systematic cognitive representations.  ...  They combine the virtues and avoid the vices of classical and connectionist architectures.  ...  Young (eds.), Modeling and Using Context, Third International and Interdisci- plinary Conference, CONTEXT, 2001, Dundee, UK, July 27-30, 2001, Proceedings, Berlin 2001 å L ecture Notes in Artificial  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-017-0395-6_19 fatcat:cq3yvlljbfh4jksf7sd4zm2tf4

Grading the Graded Care Profile

Robin Sen, Pam Green Lister, Paul Rigby, Andrew Kendrick
2013 Child Abuse Review  
The attendance of a large number of delegates from outside the UK and Ireland also provides an international flavour to Congress which we are sure will bring fresh perspectives to our discussions.  ...  We hope that you will find your time with us interesting, challenging and enjoyable and that you embrace the opportunities offered to increase your knowledge and skills, to reflect on your practice and  ...  S11.2 Parental Perspectives on Pre-Proceedings Meetings Judith Masson 2 , Jonathan Dickens 1 , Julie Young 1 , Kay Bader 2 1 University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK, 2 University of Bristol, Bristol, UK  ... 
doi:10.1002/car.2257 fatcat:5ukigd3zsrdgtipv6tletcxnfi

Course Curricular Design and Development of the M.Sc. Programme in the Field of Ict in Education for Sustainable Development

Vassilios Makrakis, Nelly Kostoulas-Makrakis
2012 Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability  
reflective practice; b) using open source ICT tools and ESD-related learning objects available in the Web and c) using ICTs to develop interactive, interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary ESD learning  ...  The ExConTra learning process is also based on an interdisciplinary approach addressing the four pillars (environment, society, culture and economy) of sustainable development and makes use of an online  ...  The content of the paper reflects the views of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10099-012-0007-7 fatcat:6etaxuvvgrh2fkslhdbqgeia5y

Series 2 Vol 1 No 2 Full issue PDF

Michael Palmer
2020 Amicus Curiae  
Containing provisions governing how mediation is practised and regulated, the statute governs mediation at a micro and macro level.  ...  On one side of the coin, the time since the enactment of the statute has increased the visibility of mediation, with judges recommending that parties should consider or use mediation in a range of cases  ...  the internal stairs open between the second, third and fourth floors.  ... 
doi:10.14296/ac.v1i2.5142 fatcat:3h4gsyh5ivhh7igksuj2m3eswy

Complete Issue

Editoral Office
2013 Journal of Contemporary European Research  
and international organisations) and  ...  The degree of 'exclusive competence' of the Commission varied significantly across the board, but the combination of a single bureaucratic structure (encompassing all EC Delegations in third countries  ...  model and allow for the use of the term 'supranational' in the CFSP domain.  ... 
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Emerging ethical issues regarding digital health data. On the World Medical Association Draft Declaration on Ethical Considerations Regarding Health Databases and Biobanks

Christine Aicardi, Lorenzo Del Savio, Edward S. Dove, Federica Lucivero, Niccolò Tempini, Barbara Prainsack
2016 Croatian Medical Journal  
A 'broad consent' model is therefore adopted by many biobanks and was adopted by UK Biobank.  ...  consent issues to do with re-use and international transfer of data.  ...  Information: in this report, data that have gained informational value and meaning in a particular context.  ... 
doi:10.3325/cmj.2016.57.207 pmid:27106361 pmcid:PMC4856186 fatcat:xky3yowt75g3lkcqhyhslfhenm

Mapping the contemporary historiography of the artist interview as a literary and critical genre: a critical introduction

Lucia Farinati, Jennifer Thatcher
2020 Journal of Art Historiography  
Providing context for the two papers and four documents in this issue, this critical introduction explores the case for establishing the artist interview as a critical genre.  ...  It examines the status of artist interviews in relation to author interviews and the fields of oral history, art practice, art criticism and art history.  ...  See, for example, Michael Hirst, 'Michelangelo and his First Biographers', Proceedings of the British Academy, 94, 1997, 63-84. 30 See The Voice of the Artist, conference, Courtauld Institute of Art,  ... 
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Pulmonary Na+ transport

Stuart Wilson
2004 Physiology News  
and Space Administration.  ...  Acknowledgments The research described in this review was supported by longstanding grants and contracts from the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Veterans' Affairs, and the National Aeronautics  ...  Helen completed her Masters in International Relations in 2001 and joins us from De Montfort University, where she was working in the Health and Safety Department.  ... 
doi:10.36866/pn.53.33 fatcat:4etjhls2gre6ndirrvubcgdgie

Working out aerobic fitness

Ole Johan Kemi, Per Magnus Haram, Ulrik Wisløff, Øyvind Ellingsen
2006 Physiology News  
an operating grant and by a New Investigator Award to TEF.  ...  See also A century (and more) of physiology now online (p. 40). Wenbo  ...  The 36 th International Congress of Physiological Sciences will be held in Kyoto, Japan, from 27 July to 1 August 2009.  ... 
doi:10.36866/pn.634.18 fatcat:volnq3nxnfcwjgoiq6aaw5azyq

Policy Focus

Henry Lovett
2018 Physiology News  
Acknowledgements I thank R Maynard, R Michel, G Clough and FE Curry for their helpful comments on earlier drafts of this article.  ...  Borbély proposed the two-process model of sleep in 1982, which has since become the most widely used model.  ...  For example, within the UK, deaths from heart disease in England and Wales have halved since 2001 and Alzheimer's disease and dementia are now the leading causes of death (Patel, 2017).  ... 
doi:10.36866/pn.110.13 fatcat:bw4mhqq7ivffbbb2ve23toxs3y

Reciprocal communication between L-type Ca2+ channel and ryanodine receptor in frog skeletal muscle

Roberta Squecco, Chiara Bencini, Claudia Piperio, Fabio Francini
2005 Physiology News  
The meeting will be preceded by the 4th Mammalian Myocardium symposium (17-20 July) and a Careers' Fair (20 July), and followed by a Chloride Channels Conference, to be held between 23 and 24 July.  ...  , and Peter Schjerling from the Copenhagen Muscle Research Centre, speaking at the 2001 London conference on genes and sport, indicated that such 'gene doping' could be near-impossible to detect.  ...  later biochemistry and contractile processes using skinned fibres.  ... 
doi:10.36866/pn.57.23 fatcat:73myvcapqvcqzfzzainb6zak5q

Abstracts of Original Communications 3–6 July 2006

2006 Proceedings of the Nutrition Society  
The aims of the study were to (a) determine whether non-dietetic healthcare professionals are familiar with the current international and national infant-feeding guidelines and (b) identify the current  ...  One recent study in the UK that evaluated the knowledge of complementary-feeding recommendations in a group of paediatric nurses indicated poor recognition and limited understanding of current infant-feeding  ...  Treatment of High Blood Cholesterol in Adults (2001) JAMA 285, Kermack WO, McKendrick AG & McKinlay PL (2001) International Journal of Epidemiology 30, Osmond C, Barker DJ, Winter PD, Fall CH & Simmonds  ... 
doi:10.1017/s002966510600526x fatcat:rerp5nd3lravnln7k2u7p2ujqm

England Am I? Elizabethan Clothing, Gender, and Crisis in Virginia Woolf's Between the Acts

Sarah Bochicchio
2021 British Art Studies  
Articles and book reviews are welcomed from students, early career researchers, independent scholars, and established professionals.  ...  of all cultures and regions of the world, from before classical antiquity to the present day.  ...  Please visit our website,, for the most up-to-date information about our association, including a comprehensive list of our international conferences and conference Calls For Papers  ... 
doi:10.17658/issn.2058-5462/issue-21/sbochicchio fatcat:7wz2hwft3jgzvgofmfrxxhkgea
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