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Erziehung In Der Familie

Author : Michael Winkler
ISBN : 9783170278707
Genre : Social Science
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Die Erziehung in der Familie ist in der Öffentlichkeit, in Medien und Politik ein heiß diskutiertes Dauerthema. Familienerziehung ist für die einen eine hoch riskante Angelegenheit, der man nicht trauen kann und darf. Die anderen setzen auf Familie als den Ort der Bildung und Erziehung schlechthin. Die Erziehungswissenschaft - so scheint es - hat das Thema den Elternratgebern überlassen. Das Buch stellt die Möglichkeiten, die Leistungen und Funktionen der Familien im Zusammenhang mit Erziehung in den Mittelpunkt. Gefragt wird nach den Stärken familiärer Sozialisation, aber auch nach den Problembereichen im Zusammenspiel der familiären Binnenwelt mit der Außenwelt. Der Behauptung des Werteverfalls, der Rede vom Zerfall der Familien und vom Verlust der elterlichen Erziehungsbereitschaft wird entschieden widersprochen: Familien sind stabil und erbringen pädagogische Leistungen auch jenseits gezielter erzieherischer Beeinflussung.

Verzeichnis Lieferbareer Bucher

Author : [Anonymus AC02436408]
ISBN : 3765720747
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Human Autonomy In Cross Cultural Context

Author : Valery I. Chirkov
ISBN : 9048196671
Genre : Psychology
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This volume presents the reader with a stimulating tapestry of essays exploring the nature of personal autonomy, self-determination, and agency, and their role in human optimal functioning at multiple levels of analysis from personal to societal and cross-cultural. The starting point for these explorations is self-determination theory, an integrated theory of human motivation and healthy development which has been under development for more than three decades (Deci & Ryan, 2000). As the contributions will make clear, psychological autonomy is a concept that forms the bridge between the dependence of human behavior on biological and socio-cultural determinants on the one side, and people’s ability to be free, reflective, and transforming agents who can challenge these dependencies, on the other. The authors within this volume share a vision that human autonomy is a fundamental pre-condition for both individuals and groups to thrive, and that without understanding the nature and mechanisms of autonomous agency vital social and human problems cannot be satisfactory addressed. This multidisciplinary team of researchers will collectively explore the nature of personal autonomy, considering its developmental origins, its expression within relationships, its importance within groups and organizational functioning, and its role in promoting to the democratic and economic development of societies. The book is aimed toward developmental, social, personality, and cross-cultural psychologists, towards researchers and practitioners’ in the areas of education, health and medicine, social work and, economics, and also towards all interested in creating a more sustainable and just world society through promoting individual freedom and agency. This volume will provide a theoretical and conceptual account of the nature and psychological mechanisms of personal motivational autonomy and human agency; rich multidisciplinary empirical evidence supporting the claims and propositions about the nature of human autonomy and capacities for self-regulation; explanations of how and why different psychological and socio-cultural conditions may play a role in promoting or undermining people’s autonomous motivation and well-being, discussions of how the promotion of human autonomy can positively influence environmental protection, democracy promotion and economic prosperity.

On The Power Of Fuzzy Markup Language

Author : Giovanni Acampora
ISBN : 9783642354885
Genre : Computers
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One of the most successful methodology that arose from the worldwide diffusion of Fuzzy Logic is Fuzzy Control. After the first attempts dated in the seventies, this methodology has been widely exploited for controlling many industrial components and systems. At the same time, and very independently from Fuzzy Logic or Fuzzy Control, the birth of the Web has impacted upon almost all aspects of computing discipline. Evolution of Web, Web2.0 and Web 3.0 has been making scenarios of ubiquitous computing much more feasible; consequently information technology has been thoroughly integrated into everyday objects and activities. What happens when Fuzzy Logic meets Web technology? Interesting results might come out, as you will discover in this book. Fuzzy Mark-up Language is a son of this synergistic view, where some technological issues of Web are re-interpreted taking into account the transparent notion of Fuzzy Control, as discussed here. The concept of a Fuzzy Control that is conceived and modeled in terms of a native web wisdom represents another step towards the last picture of Pervasive Web Intelligence.

Vienna 1900

Author : Kirk Varnedoe
ISBN : UOM:39015010977711
Genre : Travel
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The Creation Of Doctor B

Author : Richard Pollak
ISBN : 9780684846408
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Drawing on Bettelheim's unpublished papers and more than 225 interviews with his professional associates, former patients, and their parents, this highly critical portrait of one of the most revered psychologists of this century raises important questions about Bruno Bettelheim's integrity--both as a therapist and a man. of photos.

Gene Therapy For Neurological Disorders And Brain Tumors

Author : E. Antonio Chiocca
ISBN : 9781592594788
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Leading gene therapy researchers and clinicians illuminate the field-from basic vector technology to current and future clinical applications in neurology. The authoritative contributors provide cutting-edge reviews of the vectors available for gene transfer to the central nervous system, the strategies against CNS tumors, the potential strategies against neurologic disorder, and the limitations of today's gene therapy approaches. Also discussed are significant applications of gene therapy to brain tumors, Parkinson's disease, ischemia, and Huntington's chorea. Readers will learn the current delivery methods for transgenes, will learn the characteristics of transgene delivery vectors, and come to understand the therapy for both neuro-oncologic and neurologic disorders.

Group Representation Feminist Theory And The Promise Of Justice

Author : Dr Angela D Ledford
ISBN : 9781409471455
Genre : Law
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There has been much important work done in the past two decades in America on issues of under representation based on social differences such as race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, and age. While this scholarship has examined the ways in which women and racial, ethnic, and sexual minorities suffer disproportionately on measures of full citizenship, social class and culture have received relatively little attention. This new study addresses various manifestations of social class and cultural difference as well as their implications for political representation. The analysis demonstrates how three of the most influential feminist theorists who write about political representation conceive of group representation, identify the problems that group representation claims to remedy, and assess the strengths and weaknesses associated with these models. Using theoretical argument, the volume suggests practical electoral reform in order to encourage new and emancipating forms of political engagement. It will be of value to those interested in public policy and governance, political theory, gender studies and law and society in general.

Nazi Organized Recreation And Entertainment In The Third Reich

Author : Julia Timpe
ISBN : 9781137531933
Genre : History
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This book explores the activities of the Nazi regime's vast leisure programme. Shortly after coming to power in Germany, it began a large-scale undertaking to bring happiness and a good life to so-called 'Aryan' Germans, carried out by the Nazi leisure organization Kraft durch Freude. Julia Timpe traces Kraft durch Freude's practices and propaganda from 1933 through the Second World War, and analyses Nazi-organized sports classes, entertainment events, and beautification campaigns for industrial sites and the countryside, as well as Kraft durch Freude's activities in entertaining German soldiers and concentration camp guards. Contributing to newer scholarship which focuses on the integratory force of the Nazi promise of a unified 'racial community' of all 'Aryan' Germans, this book highlights that Kraft durch Freude's 'everyday production of joy' was central to Nazism, closely connected to the destructive side of the Third Reich, and ultimately a major reason for Nazism's success among the German population.

Childhood In Generational Perspective

Author : Berry Mayall
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114665198
Genre : Children
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Over the past twenty years, the sociology of childhood has developed fast. In the UK and Europe, many studies now focus on the child as social agent, and the notion of the child as social construction - varying across times and places - has gained in popularity. However, in the UK at least, the development of theory has lagged behind. Childhood in Generational Perspective moves forward, intensively considering the value of generation in helping us rethink childhood. Relations between children and adults (parents, teachers and others) are between people belonging to different cohorts, having differing cultural experiences and identities. But these relations are also influenced more generally by the generational order of society. The authors consider these ideas and how they intersect. This important book contains new perspectives on theoretical issues from distinguished European scholars, providing challenging reading for teachers and students of the sociology of childhood.

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