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SWOT Analysis of Reclaimed Water Use for Irrigation in Southern Spain

Rafael Casielles Restoy, Julio Berbel, Enrique Mesa, Alfonso Exposito
2020 Zenodo  
This study shows the results of a SWOT (Strengths-Weaknesses-Opportunities-Threats) analysis in the case of Andalusia (Southern region in Spain).  ...  The EU project 'Network for effective knowledge transfer on safe and economic wastewater reuse in agriculture in Europe (SUWANU-Europe)' aims to identify the limitations and factors of success in fostering  ...  Acknowledgements This study was supported by the Institute of Water Policy, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, grant R-603-000-289-490.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5017582 fatcat:nskrxwjlk5egrmxcvqsah3xd3a

Human rights and social justice in social work education: a critical realist comparative study of England and Spain

María Inés Martínez Herrero, Helen Charnley
2018 European Journal of Social Work  
This thesis explores understandings of HR and SJ among social work educators and the mechanisms used to transmit HR and SJ to social work students in two contrasting European countries, England and Spain  ...  ABSTRACT HUMAN RIGHTS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE IN SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION: A CRITICAL REALIST COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ENGLAND AND SPAIN María Inés Martínez Herrero Social work´s emergence and historical evolution  ...  The JUCSWEC (Joint University Council Social Work Education Committee) and APSW (Association of Professors of Social Work) (2014) have expressed the following as part of a joint statement We welcome  ... 
doi:10.1080/13691457.2018.1540407 fatcat:hixjzatporbnraae6kg72hza4u

The Structure and Development of Polar Research (1981–2007): a Publication-Based Approach

Dag W. Aksnes, Dag O. Hessen
2009 Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research  
of international mainstream scientific research (Moed, 2005) .  ...  Meanwhile, cooperation within the EU itself has increased steadily, as has cooperation between the EU and other countries (including Russia).  ... 
doi:10.1657/1938-4246-41.2.155 fatcat:42tvi4msgrev7kt7fra7ifkq2y

Bi-lateral Scientific Collaboration between Taiwan and Japan: A Bibliometric Study of Coauthored Articles during 2000-2009

Yu-Wei Chang
2010 Journal of Library and Information Studies  
This paper described a bibliometric study of the scientific collaboration between Taiwan and Japan during 2000-2009 as represented by their co-authored articles indexed in Science Citation Index Expanded  ...  The findings suggested collaboration between Taiwan and Japan had intensified. The subject fields with the most intensive collaboration were medicine and physics.  ...  Scientific cooperation between Chile and Spain: Joint mainstream publications (1991-2000).  ... 
doi:10.6182/jlis.2010.8(2).055 doaj:ae62756163fe45deb924149a7b90051a fatcat:kiyacxvafbhhboyuotplpbmg6y

Trends in the development of ecological economics from the late 1980s to the early 2000s

Inge Røpke
2005 Ecological Economics  
The study is inspired by other studies in the sociology and history of science, in particular by the theoretical framework regarding scientific fields as reputational organizations, which draws attention  ...  The intention with this paper is to contribute to the discussion by outlining important trends in the development of the field from the late 1980s to the early 2000s.  ...  Secondly, I wish to thank Sbren Wenneberg from the Copenhagen Business School for being so helpful in introducing me to the sociology of science, especially the study of scientific specialties.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2004.10.010 fatcat:nsj2jhd5u5h3fo6uy4wepzh26m

An Old World Yet to Discover? European Studies in the Latin American Southern Cone

Andrés Malamud, Miguel de Luca
2012 European Political Science  
This article takes stock of how European politics in general, and European integration in particular, are studied and taught in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay in order to assess such paradox and  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to Jorge Lanzaro, Lorena Oyarzu ´n, Miriam Saraiva and Luı ´s de Sousa for information and comments.  ...  IRELA organized a number of events and produced several publications until financial mismanagement led to its closure by 2000.  ... 
doi:10.1057/eps.2012.18 fatcat:44wqiiq7enadpmewv2qrdxovbm

The Internationalization of the Brazilian Public Prosecutor's Office: Anti-Corruption and Corporate Investments in the 2000s

Fabiano Engelmann, Eduardo de Moura Menuzzi
2020 Brazilian Political Science Review  
We start by analyzing cooperation documents and then attempt to trace the MPF's pathway towards internationalization during the 2000s.  ...  This article focuses on the connections between Brazilian legal actors and the international 'fight against corruption'.  ...  (ROUSSEL, 2002; VAUCHEZ, 2017) and Spain (PUJAS, 2000) have shown how this works.  ... 
doi:10.1590/1981-3821202000010006 fatcat:uppa6fowivgnbosobv4iy3twru

The Global Environment Facility and Latin American Countries [chapter]

Cristian Lorenzo, Joel H. González
2019 The Latin American Studies Book Series  
Acknowledgements This article is the product of project Fondecyt N°1150375 and of the  ...  Second, the framework of bilateral cooperation between Argentina and Chile since the 1980s, and the renewal interest on further Antarctic cooperation.  ...  Furthermore, we found the existence of the predominance of bilateral cooperation between Argentina and Chile, and in particular, a framework of Antarctic cooperation between both countries.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-24254-1_1 fatcat:63l2ofafanbnlid5gdlofbmife

Regional organizations and development in Latin America [chapter]

Andrés Malamud
2018 The Routledge Handbook of Latin American Development  
Routledge is an inpríuÍ. of the Taylor t¡ Føttcß Croup, an ínþrnn busíness @ 2019 selection and eclitorial mattet,Julie Cr.rpples, Marcela palomino-Schalscha, and Manuel Prieto; individual chapters, the  ...  contriburors The right ofJulie Cupples, Marcela Palomino-Schalscha, and Manuel Prieto to be iclentifiecl as the authors ofthe editorial marerial,and ofthe âuthols for theil inclividual châpters, has been  ...  a joint securiry architecture.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315162935-14 fatcat:4jv77f4hlzdz3mmvmhpt5hd35m

Changing Cultural Landscapes under the Impact of Exile, Diasporas and Return Migration
Paisajes culturales en cambio bajo el impacto del exilio, las diásporas y el retorno de la emigración

Luis Roniger
2018 Araucaria  
This article discusses the impact of territorial displacement on Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay during the cycle of dictatorships and democratization of the late twentieth century and early twenty-first  ...  It points out the complexities and different forms of exile, expatriation and migration which these societies experienced, while asserting that exile could not be undone fully with democratization, as  ...  and June 2000.  ... 
doi:10.12795/araucaria.2018.i40.08 fatcat:h53lrjoulffupoyryfcqtho2lm

Management Development for Libraries and Information Services in Latin America and the Caribbean

IAN M. JOHNSON
1999 The international information & library review  
The role of international agencies and technical cooperation projects is assessed, and attention is drawn to the need for a more positive approach to overcoming of the issues surrounding the transfer of  ...  managers; improving research into the job market and skills requirements; and developing an electronic network for communication between the Schools.  ...  Projects were also initiated by the Brazilian Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (IBICT) to supplement bibliographic publications issued elsewhere in the country (Caldeira, 1981) .  ... 
doi:10.1006/iilr.2000.0121 fatcat:7dvjyzgouffjldf4fuf6owqgpm

Management Development for Libraries and Information Services in Latin America and the Caribbean

Ian M. Johnson
1999 The international information & library review  
The role of international agencies and technical cooperation projects is assessed, and attention is drawn to the need for a more positive approach to overcoming of the issues surrounding the transfer of  ...  managers; improving research into the job market and skills requirements; and developing an electronic network for communication between the Schools.  ...  Projects were also initiated by the Brazilian Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (IBICT) to supplement bibliographic publications issued elsewhere in the country (Caldeira, 1981) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/10572317.1999.10762501 fatcat:7wl7n2hojbdbbf35sr3hl6su5u

Origins and challenges of gender studies centers in higher education in NorthERN and Northeastern Brazil

Maria Eulina Pessoa de Carvalho, Alejandra Montané-Lopez, Glória Rabay, Adenilda Bertoldo Alves de Morais, Mayanne Julia Tomaz Freitas
2017 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação  
The analysis is based on documentary data and biographical and autobiographical narratives.  ...  The histories of the centers and women intertwine personal and institutional dimensions: the involvement with feminist studies influenced their personal and professional lives; many of them suffered from  ...  groups that informed their foundation year, it is possible to observe that, in the 1980s, 5 centers/groups were founded; in the 1990s, between 1991 and 1998, 12 appea-red, 6 of them between 1991 and 1993  ... 
doi:10.20952/revtee.v10i21.6340 fatcat:ct67wwb37vhttcq3maomisn7su

Agroecology in Mediterranean Europe: Genesis, State and Perspectives

Paola Migliorini, Vasileios Gkisakis, Victor Gonzalvez, Ma Raigón, Paolo Bàrberi
2018 Sustainability  
, and the relative importance of different scientific disciplines and their evolution; (iii) the development of political support and legal frameworks; and (iv) the elaboration of concepts to rediscover  ...  In this paper, the state-of-the-art of agroecology is described for three representative euro-Mediterranean countries: Italy, Greece, and Spain.  ...  These events serve to promote a culture of innovation and cooperation between researchers and organic operators.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su10082724 fatcat:z6qywwucmbanvbrdqyoql6uhha

Politicization of Students Politics in Bangladesh: Historical Experiences and Contemporary Trends

Salma Nasrin, Md. Mashiur Rahman
2019 Journal of Social Science Studies  
are mostly found to be used as the political weapons of mainstream political parties.  ...  Unfortunately, the impression of this historic student politics have been transformed to the personal goal accomplishment after starting democratic forms of government in 1991, when student organizations  ...  H. (2000). Quality of Education and campus Violence: Case Studies of Dhaka and Rajshahi Universities. Dhaka: The University Press Limited. 2 Ahmed, M. (1991).  ... 
doi:10.5296/jsss.v6i2.14385 fatcat:ueotneqdknfwxgd3eclps45eii
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