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Investigating the Continued Relevance of Faludi...
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In the 1990s, Susan Faludi s Backlash: The Undeclared War Against Women (1992) was arguably of signal importance in the thematization of the limits imposed by the media on the negotiation of gender identity. However, the utilization of Faludi s various analyses, in the interest of rendering social critique, has become progressively more problematic during the first decade of the 21st century. This is because her analyses engage neither with the development of media technologies subsequent to the early 1990s, nor with the way in which such technological developments now engage audiences on a greater multiplicity of levels than before, in a manner that consequently stands to inform their subjectivity to a degree hitherto unimagined. (A good example of the latter would, of course, be the proliferation of interactive exchanges on the World Wide Web). As such, in the light of such technological developments, this book draws on the reception theory of Adorno and Horkheimer, as well as Stuart Hall and investigates the continued relevance of Faludi s Backlash (1992) for the negotiation of gender identity in the contemporary era.

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Investigating the Continued Relevance of Faludi...
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In the 1990s, Susan Faludi s Backlash: The Undeclared War Against Women (1992) was arguably of signal importance in the thematization of the limits imposed by the media on the negotiation of gender identity. However, the utilization of Faludi s various analyses, in the interest of rendering social critique, has become progressively more problematic during the first decade of the 21st century. This is because her analyses engage neither with the development of media technologies subsequent to the early 1990s, nor with the way in which such technological developments now engage audiences on a greater multiplicity of levels than before, in a manner that consequently stands to inform their subjectivity to a degree hitherto unimagined. (A good example of the latter would, of course, be the proliferation of interactive exchanges on the World Wide Web). As such, in the light of such technological developments, this book draws on the reception theory of Adorno and Horkheimer, as well as Stuart Hall and investigates the continued relevance of Faludi s Backlash (1992) for the negotiation of gender identity in the contemporary era.

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Students' Perceptions of the Hybrid Learning St...
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The trend in universities is moving from the traditional lecture hall to the halls of the World Wide Web, where students are experiencing a new kind of classroom, one that is exciting, fast-paced, and full of rich cultural experiences as they sit, "virtually", among classmates from all around the globe. This study focuses on graduate and undergraduate students' perceptions of the hybrid course format which is a blended course structure encompassing both traditional and online practices. Soliciting the opinions of students' aide institutional leaders in determining areas in which they can improve, strengthen, and grow university programs. In a world where technology is advancing at breakneck speeds and is an integral part of everyday life, online learning is being embraced by students. Consequently, educational institutions must recognize student demands for innovative and effective course delivery that meets not only institutional objectives, but also meets the needs of the student body. The university that considers diversity in learning, supports learning opportunities that are innovated, flexible, interacting, and engaging, and is committed to ongoing program evaluation will see an increase in student satisfaction, thus resulting in successful program development and growth. Whether institutions are interested in creating new learning experiences, increasing access and convenience, or reducing costs, research indicates that providing the option of various online course formats is necessary to remain competitive in a global market.

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Students' Perceptions of the Hybrid Learning St...
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The trend in universities is moving from the traditional lecture hall to the halls of the World Wide Web, where students are experiencing a new kind of classroom, one that is exciting, fast-paced, and full of rich cultural experiences as they sit, "virtually", among classmates from all around the globe. This study focuses on graduate and undergraduate students' perceptions of the hybrid course format which is a blended course structure encompassing both traditional and online practices. Soliciting the opinions of students' aide institutional leaders in determining areas in which they can improve, strengthen, and grow university programs. In a world where technology is advancing at breakneck speeds and is an integral part of everyday life, online learning is being embraced by students. Consequently, educational institutions must recognize student demands for innovative and effective course delivery that meets not only institutional objectives, but also meets the needs of the student body. The university that considers diversity in learning, supports learning opportunities that are innovated, flexible, interacting, and engaging, and is committed to ongoing program evaluation will see an increase in student satisfaction, thus resulting in successful program development and growth. Whether institutions are interested in creating new learning experiences, increasing access and convenience, or reducing costs, research indicates that providing the option of various online course formats is necessary to remain competitive in a global market.

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Students' Perceptions of the Hybrid Learning St...
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The trend in universities is moving from the traditional lecture hall to the halls of the World Wide Web, where students are experiencing a new kind of classroom; one that is exciting, fast-paced, and full of rich cultural experiences as they sit, 'virtually', among classmates from all around the globe. This study focuses on graduate and undergraduate students' perceptions of the hybrid course format which is a blended course structure encompassing both traditional and online practices. Soliciting the opinions of students' aide institutional leaders in determining areas in which they can improve, strengthen, and grow university programs. In a world where technology is advancing at breakneck speeds and is an integral part of everyday life, online learning is being embraced by students. Consequently, educational institutions must recognize student demands for innovative and effective course delivery that meets not only institutional objectives, but also meets the needs of the student body. The university that considers diversity in learning, supports learning opportunities that are innovated, flexible, interacting, and engaging, and is committed to ongoing program evaluation will see an increase in student satisfaction, thus resulting in successful program development and growth. Whether institutions are interested in creating new learning experiences, increasing access and convenience, or reducing costs, research indicates that providing the option of various online course formats is necessary to remain competitive in a global market.

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Computational Modeling in Biological Fluid Dyna...
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This IMA Volume in Mathematics and its Applications COMPUTATIONAL MODELING IN BIOLOGICAL FLUID DYNAMICS is based on the proceedings of a very successful workshop with the same title. The workshop was an integral part of the September 1998 to June 1999 IMA program on 'MATHEMATICS IN BIOLOGY.' I would like to thank the organizing committee: Lisa J. Fauci of Tulane University and Shay Gueron of Technion - Israel Institute of Technology for their excellent work as organizers of the meeting and for editing the proceedings. I also take this opportunity to thank the National Science Founda tion (NSF), whose financial support of the IMA made the Mathematics in Biology program possible. Willard Miller, Jr., Professor and Director Institute for Mathematics and its Applications University of Minnesota 400 Lind Hall, 207 Church St. SE Minneapolis, MN 55455-0436 612-624-6066, FAX 612-626-7370 miller@ima.umn.edu World Wide Web: v PREFACE A unifying theme in biological fluid dynamics is the interaction of moving, elastic boundaries with a surrounding fluid. A complex dynami cal system describes the motion of red blood cells through the circulatory system, the movement of spermatazoa in the reproductive tract, cilia of microorganisms, or a heart pumping blood. The revolution in computa tional technology has allowed tremendous progress in the study of these previously intractable fluid-structure interaction problems.

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Vergleich der Besonderheiten französischer und ...
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Inhaltsangabe:Einleitung: Motivation und Zielsetzung: In unserer immer mehr globalisierten Welt scheinen sich durch das ¿World Wide Web¿ die unterschiedlichsten Kulturen anzunähern. Das Internet bietet zahlreiche Möglichkeiten eines ungehinderten Informationsflusses und -austausches. Es stellt sich die Frage, wie im digitalen Zeitalter diese Informationen verbreitet werden, denn gerade wegen der unterschiedlichsten Migrationsströme und der daraus resultierenden Kulturvermischung ist es wichtig, eine Anpassung von Webseiten im Hinblick auf die unterschiedlichen Bedürfnisse vorzunehmen. Insbesondere die Individualisierung von Webseiten wird immer wichtiger und deren usability. Demzufolge werden Internetpräsenzen zum einen auf der sprachlichen Ebene zum anderen durch die Internationalisierung bzw. Lokalisierung vollzogen. In der vorliegenden Arbeit sollen im Kontext der verschiedenen bereits resultierenden wissenschaftlichen Untersuchungen und v.a. anhand der ¿Kulturdimensionen¿ nach Gert Hofstede (Hofstede 2006), Unterschiede und Besonderheiten der Kulturen, insbesondere die französische und deutsche Webpräsenz anhand eines global agierenden Unternehmens aufgezeigt werden. Zur Charakterisierung und Differenzierung von Internetpräsenzen werden in den Beschreibungsdimensionen das mentale Modell, Differenzen der jeweiligen Länder im Bezug auf Navigation, Interaktion und Präsentation verwendet. Diese Unterschiede entsprechen starken kulturellen Werten (Marcus, 2001). Aufbau der Arbeit: Die Arbeit ist in einen theoretischen (Teil I) und einen praktischen Teil (Teil II) gegliedert. In Teil I werden sowohl der ¿Kulturbegriff¿ nach Geert Hofstede (Kapitel 1), als auch die Grundlage der Kulturdimensionen (Kapitel 2 und 3) und Studien und Kulturkonzepte von Aaron Marcus (Kapitel 5.1), Fons Trompenaar (Kapitel 5.2), Singh & Pereira (Kapitel 5.3) und von Edward Hall (Kapitel 5.4) näher erläutert. In Teil II vergleiche ich insbesondere anhand des Kulturmodells nach Geert Hofstede (aufbauend auf Teil I, Kapitel 1) und den dazugehörigen Kulturdimensionen, die in Teil I, Kapitel 2 und 3, explizit erläutert werden, französische und deutsche Webseiten insbesondere von global agierenden Institutionen/Unternehmen (Sorbonne - Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg [Kapitel 1.1.], Coca-Cola [1.2], Nivea [1.2] und Avène [1.4]). Im abschliessenden Teil der vorliegenden Arbeit (Teil III) werden die Ergebnisse [...]

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Students' Perceptions of the Hybrid Learning St...
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The trend in universities is moving from the traditional lecture hall to the halls of the World Wide Web, where students are experiencing a new kind of classroom; one that is exciting, fast-paced, and full of rich cultural experiences as they sit, 'virtually', among classmates from all around the globe. This study focuses on graduate and undergraduate students' perceptions of the hybrid course format which is a blended course structure encompassing both traditional and online practices. Soliciting the opinions of students' aide institutional leaders in determining areas in which they can improve, strengthen, and grow university programs. In a world where technology is advancing at breakneck speeds and is an integral part of everyday life, online learning is being embraced by students. Consequently, educational institutions must recognize student demands for innovative and effective course delivery that meets not only institutional objectives, but also meets the needs of the student body. The university that considers diversity in learning, supports learning opportunities that are innovated, flexible, interacting, and engaging, and is committed to ongoing program evaluation will see an increase in student satisfaction, thus resulting in successful program development and growth. Whether institutions are interested in creating new learning experiences, increasing access and convenience, or reducing costs, research indicates that providing the option of various online course formats is necessary to remain competitive in a global market.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Computational Modeling in Biological Fluid Dyna...
165,99 € *
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This IMA Volume in Mathematics and its Applications COMPUTATIONAL MODELING IN BIOLOGICAL FLUID DYNAMICS is based on the proceedings of a very successful workshop with the same title. The workshop was an integral part of the September 1998 to June 1999 IMA program on 'MATHEMATICS IN BIOLOGY.' I would like to thank the organizing committee: Lisa J. Fauci of Tulane University and Shay Gueron of Technion - Israel Institute of Technology for their excellent work as organizers of the meeting and for editing the proceedings. I also take this opportunity to thank the National Science Founda tion (NSF), whose financial support of the IMA made the Mathematics in Biology program possible. Willard Miller, Jr., Professor and Director Institute for Mathematics and its Applications University of Minnesota 400 Lind Hall, 207 Church St. SE Minneapolis, MN 55455-0436 612-624-6066, FAX 612-626-7370 miller@ima.umn.edu World Wide Web: v PREFACE A unifying theme in biological fluid dynamics is the interaction of moving, elastic boundaries with a surrounding fluid. A complex dynami cal system describes the motion of red blood cells through the circulatory system, the movement of spermatazoa in the reproductive tract, cilia of microorganisms, or a heart pumping blood. The revolution in computa tional technology has allowed tremendous progress in the study of these previously intractable fluid-structure interaction problems.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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