Essays about: "on work to live and live to work"

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  1. 1. A Passion Flower in The Museum Building Considerations for the Conservation of a Performance Artwork with a Material Component

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för kulturvård

    Author : Mira Dolk; [2020-09-02]
    Keywords : Performance art; Contemporary art; Costume; Plastic; Museum of Modern Art Sweden; Ingela Ihrman;

    Abstract : Degree project for Bachelor of Science in Conservation2020, 180 HECSecond Cycle2020:35.... READ MORE

  2. 2. Chromatic Function Analysis- An instrument for improvisation

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Högskolan för scen och musik

    Author : Joel Bergström; [2020-06-12]
    Keywords : Organ; Improvisation; Chromatic Function Analysis; Function Analysis; An instrument for function analysis; improvisation and composition; Girolamo Frescobaldi; Franz Tunder; Dieterich Buxtehude; Johann Sebastian Bach; Max Reger; Philippe Lefebvre; Olivier Messiaen; Bergström’s Chromatic Function Analysis Circle; Dr. Pamela Ruiter-Feenstra; Dr. Karin Nelson; Dr Hans Davidsson; Dr. Joel Speerstra; Dr. Joel Eriksson; Senior lecture Mikael Wahlin; Dr. Tilman Skowroneck; Dr Jörgen Jersild; Dr. Ernst Levy; Dr. Valdemar Söderholm; Dr. Sten Ingelf; Baroque improvisation; Romantic improvisation; French romantic improvisation; Joel Bergström; Patterns; Harmony; Chords; Triads; Music; Theory; Music theory; Statistics; Improvisation pedagogy; Improvisation model; Dr. Ikujiro Nonaka; Dr. Hirotaka Takeuchi; Academy of Music and Drama; University of Gothenburg; Högskolan för Scen och Musik; HSM; Sweden;

    Abstract : The purpose of this investigation is to become a better improviser at the organ. I will use, The Chromatic Function Analysis Model, abbreviated as TCFAM, as a method to deconstruct material and later reconstruct material, on which I will make improvisations. READ MORE

  3. 3. Advocates for change. A qualitative study about Rwandan social work students reflections about gender roles and gender equality

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för socialt arbete

    Author : Emmy Lund; Lova Nylén; [2020-06-02]
    Keywords : gender; gender equality; reflections; attitudes; social work students; Rwanda; East Africa;

    Abstract : The aim of this study is to investigate Rwandan social work students reflections about gender roles and gender equality. This aim was achieved through qualitative, semi-structured, phone interviews with six Rwandan social work students. The interviews were later transcribed, and the data was analysed through a thematic analysis method. READ MORE

  4. 4. WORKPLACE LEARNING: HOW IT IS EXPERIENCED BY INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYEES IN A SWEDISH CONTEXT

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för pedagogik och specialpedagogik

    Author : Sofije Shengjergji; [2020-01-22]
    Keywords : Workplace learning; international employees; Swedish workplace culture; narrative approach;

    Abstract : Aim:The purpose of this study is to explore the workplace learning that international employees experienced in Sweden (Gothenburg). The personal narratives of international employees aim to first understand what the role of international identity in workplace learning is. READ MORE

  5. 5. The (Un)limited Individual in Swedish Family Politics : An in-depth analysis of an extreme-case in making us less dependent on our families

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Karin Kristensson; [2020]
    Keywords : family politics; gender equality; parental insurance; individualization; familization;

    Abstract : In light of new social risks, such as the decline in fertility rates in large parts of the industrialised world, family policies – for example parental insurance and public childcare – appear to put increasing focus on the individual’s ability to combine labour market employment with family life. This means that individuals become less dependent on their families, conceptualised as an individualisation of policy. READ MORE