Essays about: "Strategy"

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  1. 1. Experimenting with picture-based methods for semantic fieldwork: A case study on quantity superlatives in Persian

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för filosofi, lingvistikoch vetenskapsteori

    Author : Golsa Nouri-Hosseini; [2018-11-14]
    Keywords : picture-based methods; semantic fieldwork; superlatives; Persian;

    Abstract : This work (a) presents a novel questionnaire for eliciting comparatives and superlatives of quality and quantity; (b) suggests guidelines for creating visual elicitation stimuli, as well as practical implications for semantic fieldworkers; (c) reports on a case study comparing two visual elicitation methods in semantic fieldwork, storyboards and picture-aided translation, showing that picture-aided translation might work better than storyboards for some purposes; (d) reports the results of comparing two different stories (the ‘What Matters’ story, developed in the project, and the ‘Bake-off’ story from Totem Field Storyboards) in semantic fieldwork; and (e) presents results of studying the morphosyntactic strategies for expressing superlatives of quantity and quality, comparatives, definiteness, and absolute, relative and proportional readings in Persian.Storyboards are a series of pictures which tell a story, and the participants are invited to tell the story in their native language, based on the pictures. READ MORE

  2. 2. ”GETTING BETTER ALL THE TIME?” A study of cluster professionals’ views on the cluster policies’ support to the EU’s concept of “Innovation Union”

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Ulrike Firniss; [2018-11-01]
    Keywords : Regional Policy; Cluster Policy; Innovation Policy; EU Innovation Goal; Smart Specialisation Strategies; RIS 3; Interreg; EU Urban Agenda; Regional Policy; Cluster Policy; Innovation Policy; EU Innovation Goal; Smart Specialisation Strategies; RIS 3; Interreg; EU Urban Agenda;

    Abstract : This research inquires how EU’s Cluster Policies support the EU’s concept of an ‘Innovation Union’ by asking cluster professionals. The EU needs innovation to maintain today’s level of welfare. READ MORE

  3. 3. Social work with undocumented migrants: Services, Construction of needs and Problem-solving approaches of Civil Society Organizations in Gothenburg-Sweden.

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för socialt arbete

    Author : Christine Caroline Isunu; [2018-10-15]
    Keywords : Social Work; Undocumented Migrants; Civil Society Organizations.;

    Abstract : As pride to the social work profession, social workers in the civil society honor the imperative to extend social work services to undocumented migrants by constructing this group as eligible and deserving within the civil society space. The aim of the study was to deepen understanding of social work practice with undocumented migrants by inquiring into the services, construction of needs and problem-solving approaches of civil society organizations in Gothenburg, Sweden. READ MORE

  4. 4. ON THE SWEDISH SOCIAL INSURANCE AGENCY AND ITS APPROACH TO DIVERSITY: A Study of Social Inclusion and Diversity in the Swedish Social Insurance System (SSIA)

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Mattias Lagerstrand; [2018-10-05]
    Keywords : Swedish social security agency; equal provision; diversity; diversification of diversity; superdiversity; welfare provision; linguistic diversity; migrant networks; Gothenburg;

    Abstract : Previous research has shown that the study of diversity need to account for variables other than ethnicity and nationality in order to provide more nuanced findings of the local diversity of experiences also on the basis of e.g. age, gender, migration status and linguistic diversity. READ MORE

  5. 5. Writing about Terrorism: Journalistic Methodology and Peace Journalism

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för globala studier

    Author : Esbjörn Edvinsson; [2018-09-18]
    Keywords : ;

    Abstract : Mass media and journalists have faced criticism from academia due to a perceived tendency to present conflicts without paying sufficient attention to details, instead focusing on ‘sensational’ aspects, which will attract the interest of readers. Because of this, one academic debate within the field of journalism is whether ‘traditional’ media has served its purpose and needs to be replaced with newer forms of journalism which seeks to provide a more nuanced and balanced portrayal of conflicts. READ MORE