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Schritte 1. Kursbuch und Arbeitsbuch: Deutsch als Fremdsprache.
22 September 2010

Schritte 1. Kursbuch und Arbeitsbuch: Deutsch als Fremdsprache.
Schritte 1. Kursbuch und Arbeitsbuch: Deutsch als Fremdsprache.
Hueber 2008 | 500 | ISBN: 3190017042 | PDF | 92 Mb
Schritte ist zur Zeit das bei Unterrichtenden beliebteste und meist verkaufte Lehrwerk des Hueber-Verlags. Auch Kursteilnehmerinnen sind von diesem Lehrwerk begeistert. Die Grunde dafur liegen, meinen Gesprachspartnerinnen zufolge, auf der Hand: · ein einfaches klares Konzept · Themen und Texte sind aus dem Leben der Kursteilnehmerinnen gegriffen. · eine flache, langsame Progression · eine gute optische Aufbereitung von Wortschatz und Grammatik · kurze Einheiten · viele und unterschiedliche Ubungen, was Binnendifferenzierung ermoglicht · vor allem die Fotogeschichte ladt zur Identifikation ein, sie fuhrt 'normale' Menschen vor und bietet Immersion von der ersten Stunde an ... Das Lehrwerk Schritte ist explizit fur KursteilnehmerInnen geschrieben, die noch keine Fremdsprache gelernt haben. ... Um fur die Zielgruppe, zum Teil lernungewohnte TeilnehmerInnen unterschiedlicher Herkunft, Sprache usw. einen moglichst interessanten Unterricht zu gestalten und auf deren unterschiedliche Voraussetzungen und Bedurfnisse einzugehen, wird Binnendifferenzierung explizit angefuhrt. Diese Binnendifferenzierung, die Gruppenarbeit bedeutet, wird durch unterschiedliche Aufgaben und Ubungen mit verschiedenen Lerninhalten fur leistungsstarkere und leistungsschwachere Gruppen umgesetzt. Auch das Prinzip der Autonomie spielt hierbei eine Rolle: Verschiedene Aufgaben und Ubungen sollen von den TeilnehmerInnen allein oder in der Gruppe gelost und auch von ihnen allein kontrolliert werden. ... Was Schritte und seinen Erfolg betrifft, ist dieser neben der BenutzerInnenfreundlichkeit, dem klaren und einfachen Aufbau sicher der Akzeptanz und Zufriedenheit der Lernenden zu verdanken, denn das Lehrwerk ermoglicht rasche Erfolgserlebnisse. Prinzipien wie Autonomie, Binnendifferenzierung und Konfrontation mit authentischem Material durch die Foto-Horgeschichte, die viel Vergnugen zu bereiten scheint, werden berucksichtigt. ...
Terms of Trade: Glossary of International Economics
21 October 2010

Terms of Trade: Glossary of International Economics

Terms of Trade: Glossary of International Economics by Alan V. Deardoff
World Scientific Publishing Company | 2006 | ISBN: 9812566287 | Pages: 396 | PDF | Size: 14,8 MB

Have you ever wondered what a term in international economics means? This useful reference book offers a glossary of terms in both international trade and international finance, with emphasis on economic issues. It is intended for students getting their first exposure to international economics, although advanced students will also find it useful for some of the more obscure terms that they have forgotten or never encountered. Besides an extensive glossary of terms, there is a picture gallery of diagrams used to explain key concepts such as the Edgeworth Production Box and the Offer Curve Diagram in international economics. This section is followed by several lists of terms that occur a lot in international economics, grouped by subject to help users find terms that they cannot recall. Prior to the bibliography is a section on the origins of terms in international economics which records what the author has been able to learn about the origins of some of the terms used in international economics. This is a must-have portable glossary in international trade and international economics!
Legal Personality in International Law
3 December 2011

Legal Personality in International Law

Legal Personality in International Law

2010 | 362 | ISBN: 0521768454 | PDF | 2 Mb

Several current international legal issues are related to the concept of legal personality, including the determination of international rights and duties of non-state actors and the legal capacities of transnational institutions. When addressing these issues, different understandings of legal personality are employed. These concepts consider different entities to be international persons, state different criteria for becoming one and attach different consequences to being one. Roland Portmann systematizes the different positions on international personality by spelling out the assumptions on which they rest and examining how they were substantiated in legal practice. He puts forward the argument that positions on international personality which strongly emphasize the role of states or effective actors rely on assumptions that have been discarded in present international law. The principal argument is that international law has to be conceived as an open system, wherein there is no presumption for or against certain entities enjoying international personality....
Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in International Law
23 July 2010

Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in International Law
Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in International Law
Hart Publishing 2009 | 536 | ISBN: 1841139157 | PDF | 3
The effective promotion, protection and fulfilment of economic, social and cultural (ESC) rights is an important but under-explored component of international human rights law, of which ESC rights form an essential part. They are fundamental to the dignity of every person. At the international level ESC rights are protected in several international instruments, the most comprehensive being the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (the Covenant) ratified by a majority of States. However, claims of violations of ESC rights are treated less seriously. This book subjects ESC rights protected in the Covenant to a deeper analysis in light of the practice of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights while taking into *** other relevant sources of ESC rights at national, regional and international levels. It also analyses key issues relevant to ESC rights, with particular emphasis on various themes including State obligations; non-State actor's obligations; women's ESC rights; domestic protection of ESC rights; and State reservations to ESC rights. The book further makes a thorough examination of the rights to work, health, and education. By so doing, it demonstrates that ESC rights are justiciable and must not be marginalised. The book also brings together a collection of essential materials on ESC rights needed to understand and analyse the subject. Written by an international human rights scholar, this timely work will be of value to all those interested in human rights and international law. ...
The International Space Station: Building for the Future
22 September 2010

The International Space Station: Building for the Future
The International Space Station: Building for the Future
Praxis 2008 | 389 | ISBN: 0387781447 | PDF | 8 Mb
This book will cover in great detail the newest construction and uses of the International Space Station. The new volume will continue on from the end of Creating the International Space Station by David Harland and John Catchpole (published in January 2002 by Springer Praxis), providing flight by flight details and relevant political and "behind the scenes" activities as are necessary to explain why certain decisions, including flight re-scheduling and crew-reassignment, are made. Part 1 will open with a chapter recounting the political history of the ISS, including how and why the program came into being. Chapter 2 will look at the four partners involved (USA, Russia, ESA, and Brazil), with a brief *** of what each partner is bringing to the program. Chapter 3 will study the initial goals of the program, how they have changed and whether they have been met. Chapter 4 will summarize the program at the end of Creating the International Space Station. Part 2 will look at the findings and recommendations of the International Space Station Management and Cost Evaluation Task Force. Part 3 will examine the original flight coverage, including the beginning of the construction of the Integrated Truss Structure, and will cover the station’s occupation from the start of Expedition 4, through to the end of Expedition 6. Part 4 will start with the loss of STS-107 – Columbia – and explain its effect on both the International Space Station and the American space effort in general. It will cover the Expedition 7 occupation through to the beginning of Expedition 13, concentrating on the work of the two-person "Caretaker Crews". Part 5 will study the recovery from the STS-107 tragedy and the re-commencement of the ISS construction, overcoming the grounding of the Space Shuttle fleet. It will cover the remainder of the Expedition 13 occupation, the return to three-person occupation, through to the end of Expedition 15 and the installation of Node-2, the final American module. Part 6 will briefly look forward to the installation of the International Partner’s modules as well as the introduction of the European and Japanese robotic cargo vehicles. The book will end with a glance at plans for the Orion spacecraft and Ares-1 launch vehicle, and the delivery of Node-2, the final piece of American hardware. Three Appendices will up-date those published in Creating the International Space Station: Appendix A will list ISS hardware descriptions, Appendix B will be a complete ISS Flight Log and Appendix C will be a full ISS Extravehicular Activity Log. ...
International Human Resource Management
15 February 2011

International Human Resource Management

International Human Resource Management By Anne-Wil K Harzing, Joris Van Ruysseveldt
Publisher: Sage Publications 2003 | 504 Pages | ISBN: 0761940405 , 0761940391 | PDF | 2 MB

This totally revised edition of the bestselling text provides a comprehensive, international perspective of the consequences of internationalization for the management of people across borders.
Based on feedback from lecturers and students, as well as careful consideration of the changing needs of relevant courses, this latest edition contains many new chapters to offer students an up-to-date and thorough understanding of the essential elements of international Human Resource Management. While due attention is paid to expatriate management, the text also includes chapters on the role of HRM in internationalization, the link between strategy, structure and HRM in MNCs and the role of HRM in mergers and acquisitions. In addition, a discussion of comparative HRM, and international and comparative industrial relations forms a major part of this book.
The book is truly international, both in its outlook and in its author base. Authors, all experts and active researchers in their respective fields, use examples from all over the world and their chapters supplement classic theories and models with cutting-edge research and developments. All chapters are part of a carefully constructed framework and together provide a coherent picture of the field of International HRM.
This new edition also includes student discussion questions, further reading sections and a glossary. It will continue to be essential reading for students of human resource management, international business and international strategy.
Communitarian International Relations: The Epistemic Foundations of International Relations
10 July 2011

Communitarian International Relations: The Epistemic Foundations of International Relations

Communitarian International Relations: The Epistemic Foundations of International Relations (New International Relations) by Emanuel Adler

Routledge | 2005 | ISBN: 0415335914 | 336 pages | PDF | 41 MB

In Emanuel Adler's distinctive constructivist approach to international relations theory, international practices evolve in tandem with collective knowledge of the material and social worlds. This book - comprising a fresh selection of his journal publications, a substantial new introduction, three previously unpublished articles - points IR constructivism in a novel direction, characterized as 'communitarian'.
International Criminal Law and Philosophy
26 October 2011

International Criminal Law and Philosophy

International Criminal Law and Philosophy

2009 | 268 | ISBN: 0521191513 | PDF | 2 Mb

International Criminal Law and Philosophy is the first anthology to bring together legal and philosophical theorists to examine the normative and conceptual foundations of international criminal law. In particular, through these essays the international group of authors addresses questions of state sovereignty; of groups, rather than individuals, as perpetrators and victims of international crimes; of international criminal law and the promotion of human rights and social justice; and of what comes after international criminal prosecutions, namely, punishment and reconciliation. International criminal law is still an emerging field, and as it continues to develop, the elucidation of clear, consistent theoretical groundings for its practices will be crucial. The questions raised and issues addressed by the essays in this volume will aid in this important endeavor. ...
International Service Information Solutions (ISIS) 10/2009
18 June 2012


International Service Information Solutions (ISIS) 10/2009

International Service Information Solutions (ISIS) 10/2009 | 3.02 GB

International Truck ISISGuidelines for repair and maintenance of American trucks International (International), wiring diagrams, labor time.
In the electronic database repair trucks International Truck ISIS (International Service Information Solution) presented documentation on the repair and maintenance of American International trucks, diagnostics, wiring diagrams, interpretation of diagnostic trouble codes as well as the standard hours for trucks International.
Non-State Actors and International Law
19 March 2011

Non-State Actors and International Law

Non-State Actors and International Law

2009 | 604 | ISBN: 0754628337 | PDF | 32 Mb

The expression 'non-state actors' has become part and parcel of the common parlance of international lawyers. Together with the traditional subjects of international law, such as states and international organizations, non-state actors play an important role in international law-making, law-adjudication and law-enforcement processes. Although the subjects/actors discourse takes place in a variety of contexts, most of the time the relevant narrative merely describes how different actors participate in the legal process in any given area. Little attention has been drawn to the theoretical discourse about non-state actors and its relation to the doctrine of the subjects of international law. Whether the solution lies in 'relativizing' the subjects or rather in 'subjectivizing' the actors remains open to doubt. The constant swing of the pendulum from the normative to the descriptive mesmerizes the observer but hardly hides the struggle for determining who may legitimately and authoritatively perform legally relevant acts on the international scene. ...