Essays about: "security"

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  1. 1. Morocco’s Green Mosque Program in the City of Marrakesh

    University essay from

    Author : Elizabeth Gray; [2023]
    Keywords : Sustainable Development; Islamic Environmentalism; Feminism; Public Participation; Urban Planning; Religion;

    Abstract : This thesis is a case study in Marrakesh of Morocco's Green Mosque Program, whose objective is to use solar energy and other green technologies in Morocco's numerous mosques. Focuses of the thesis include how the Green Mosque Program came about, the roles of women within the program and the social effects of the program. READ MORE

  2. 2. The Dynamics of the NATO expansion to the Baltic states : A study about NATO with a focus on the United States from a Realism perspective

    University essay from Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för statsvetenskap (ST)

    Author : Pontus Jaktlund Gunnarsson; [2023]
    Keywords : United States; Russia; Realism; NATO; International Relations; Foreign Policy; Baltic States; Qualitative Text Analysis;

    Abstract : During the Cold War, NATO had proved itself successful in protecting the West. Therefore, NATO was seen as an organization that had the potential of maintaining security, democracy and peace. It has been repeatedly suggested that the US promised Russia no more NATO expansion. A promise which was broken in the 90s. READ MORE

  3. 3. Is IT good enough: An analysis of Swedish universities information security

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för informatik

    Author : Daniel Lindvall; [2023]
    Keywords : information security policy; university; Sweden; security governance; information security management; information security awareness; institutional theory; institutional logics; general system theory; security; data breaches; Technology and Engineering;

    Abstract : Previous research in information security research has pointed out the importance of aware employees, while practitioners have focused on technical safety measures, this while the geopolitical situation has rapidly changed. In this paper the public Swedish institutions of higher education are investigated to gain a more complete picture of the potential pitfalls that exist in Swedish government agencies. READ MORE

  4. 4. Therapeutic orientation bias & personal values: A study on Swedish psychologists

    University essay from Umeå universitet/Institutionen för psykologi

    Author : Ruben Arwidsson; Johannes Bodén; [2023]
    Keywords : therapeutic orientation; psychodynamic therapy; cognitive behavioral therapy; personal value preferences; explicit bias; terapiorientering; psykodynamisk terapi; kognitiv beteendeterapi; personliga värderingspreferenser; explicit bias;

    Abstract : Psychodynamic therapy (PDT) and Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) are the main Therapeutic Orientations (TO) in Sweden and this study aims to explore the relationship between psychologists personal value preferences and their inclination toward PDT/CBT. Furthermore, the study explored if there is a tendency to explicitly appreciate one TO and depreciate the other (explicit bias) and additionally, if that tendency is associated with personal value preferences. READ MORE

  5. 5. Inter-Institutional Linkages and Great Power Influence : The G5 Sahel, France, and the EU in Sahelian Security Governance

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Lwanga Egbewatt Arrey; [2023]
    Keywords : Security governance; crisis management; Mali; France; international cooperation; international organization; conflict; G5 Sahel; EU;

    Abstract : Within international security governance and crisis management practice, there has been an increase in inter-institutional cooperation and multi-actor security initiatives. While many studies have attempted to shed light on the factors that determine the emergence of these inter-institutional security governance initiatives, many have approached the subject from a liberal-institutionalist perspective, giving only scant attention to the role of hegemons and great powers in these processes. READ MORE