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See detailIl dinar contro il ducato
Bauden, Frédéric ULg

in dal Pozzolo, Enrico; Dorigo, Rosella; Pedani, Maria Pia (Eds.) Venezia e l'Egitto (2011)

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See detailKorpusrecherche in der Dudenredaktion. Ein Werkstattbericht
Münzberg, Franziska ULg

in Konopka, Marek; Kubczak, Jacqueline (Eds.) Grammatik und Korpora 2009 (2011)

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See detailLandscape Capacity and Social Attitudes towards Wind Energy Projects in Belgium
Van Rompaey, Anton; Schmitz, Serge ULg; Kesteloot, Chris et al

Book published by Belgian Science Policy (2011)

The present energy crisis and the awareness of the human impact on climate change have boosted the public debate on the accelerated deployment of renewable energy sources. The objective of this research ... [more ▼]

The present energy crisis and the awareness of the human impact on climate change have boosted the public debate on the accelerated deployment of renewable energy sources. The objective of this research project is to analyse and assess the landscape capacity and social attitudes towards wind energy parks in Belgium, especially in non-urban and non-industrial sites. This research project starts from the observation that a sustainable production of energy, relying on renewable resources, should go hand in hand with a sustainable societal support for the use of these renewable sources. Experiences from neighbouring countries showed that the societal support depends of the regional landscape capacity and the social attitudes towards wind energy parks. In this research project both quantitative and qualitative research techniques will be used to: (1) measure the landscape capacity in relation to the location of wind energy parks in Belgium, (2) to gain insight in the way attitudes towards wind energy parks are socially constructed and reproduced. [less ▲]

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See detailL'idéalité du sens. Levinas interprète de Husserl
Boccaccini, Federico ULg

Conference (2011)

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See detailHanche douloureuse de l'enfant sportif
Kaux, Jean-François ULg

Learning material (2011)

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See detailMotives to begin physical education studies. Comparative analysis in Algeria and Wallonia
Kerfes, Nabil; Alem, Jaouad; Cloes, Marc ULg

Conference (2011)

There are many reasons explaining why students choose one professional project and/or an academic programme. Usually, they consider higher education according to various aspects focusing on the content of ... [more ▼]

There are many reasons explaining why students choose one professional project and/or an academic programme. Usually, they consider higher education according to various aspects focusing on the content of the programme as well as on professions to which the latter leads. This study is in the field on comparative education. It offers a comprehensive reading of two education systems in a spirit of openness and expansion of knowledge. With inspiration from two studies conducted in the education of physical educators in very different cultural contexts (Research Group MJS, 1993, for Algeria – Groupe de recherche interuniversitaire, 2003, for French-speaking Belgium), we have assumed that the students’ motives for registering in studies in physical education should differ considerably. The purpose of this research has therefore been to determine the reasons motivating students to begin a physical education programme at the university or at a non university context. Our research was based, firstly, on the analysis of official texts concerning the organization of higher education in the field of physical education and, secondly, on data collected from the actions involved in four educational institutions, two in the Algiers region and two in the Liege region. In both cultural contexts, one institution belonged to one university and the other one was organized in a non university context. Our results relate to a total sample of 290 subjects (40 members of teaching staffs, 108 students and 142 graduates). The staff members were interviewed while the subjects of two other groups have responded to questionnaires. The Arabic version of each instrument was translated from an original French version. One expert has assured the validity check. In this paper, we are focusing our attention on the analysis of the responses provided by the three types of actors to a question aiming to identify, through four levels Lickert scales, the degree of importance accorded by subject to nine reasons of registration for studies in physical education. Answer were encoded in a computer database and processed using the Statistica software (Stat Soft, 2006). No significant difference was identified when comparing the answers of respondents. However, we noticed that the love of sport and the desire to do sport belonged to the most important reasons for the registration of the new students for training programs in physical education. Cultural context does not seem to affect the opinions of the subjects. [less ▲]

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See detailCoûts et valeur ajoutée dans la commercialisation des perches de teck au Sud-Bénin
Aoudji, Augustin K. N.; Adégbidi, Anselme; Agbo, Valentin et al

in Cahiers Agricultures (2011), 20(6 (Novembre-Décembre 2011)), 480-486

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See detailOptimal management of migraine taking into account comorbidities and “positive side effects”
Sándor, C; Dodick, DW; Schoenen, Jean ULg

in Schoenen, Jean; Dodick, DW; Sándor, C (Eds.) Comorbidity in Migraine (2011)

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See detailMolecular data challenge traditional subgeneric divisions in the leafy liverwort Radula
Devos, Nicolas; Renner, MAM; Gradstein, SR et al

in Taxon (2011), 60

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See detailDialectologie, géographie linguistique et étymologie-histoire des mots. Réflexions à partir de l'expérience wallonne
Boutier, Marie-Guy ULg

in Overbeck, Anja; Schweickard, Wolfgang; Völker, Harald (Eds.) Lexicon, Varietät, Philologie. Romansistischen Studien Gunter Holtus zum 65. Geburtstag (2011)

«Il n'y a pas de différence entre les approches comparative et historique selon les plans auxquels opère la démarche: les dialectes ou les langues. […] Les deux plans doivent nécessairement entrer en ... [more ▼]

«Il n'y a pas de différence entre les approches comparative et historique selon les plans auxquels opère la démarche: les dialectes ou les langues. […] Les deux plans doivent nécessairement entrer en dialogue fécond; il y a appel de part et d'autre, au nom de l'intégration des méthodes et des acquis, la synthèse ne pouvant s'effectuer qu'au sein d'une linguistique unique visant un objet unique, la langue.» (Conclusions, p. 360) [less ▲]

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See detailEditorial : Questionner le tourisme rural
Schmitz, Serge ULg; Decroly, Jean Michel

in Schmitz, Serge; Decroly, Jean Michel (Eds.) Questionner le tourisme rural (2011)

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See detailAngry faces hold the eyes
Belopolsky, Artem; Devue, Christel ULg; Theeuwes, Jan

in Visual Cognition (2011), 19

Efficient processing of complex social and biological stimuli associated with threat is crucial for survival. Previous studies have suggested that threatening stimuli such as angry faces not only capture ... [more ▼]

Efficient processing of complex social and biological stimuli associated with threat is crucial for survival. Previous studies have suggested that threatening stimuli such as angry faces not only capture visual attention, but also delay the disengagement of attention from their location. However, in the previous studies disengagement of attention was measured indirectly and was inferred on the basis of delayed manual responses. The present study employed a novel paradigm that allows to directly examine the delayed disengagement hypothesis by measuring the time it takes to disengage the eyes from threatening stimuli. The results showed that participants were indeed slower to make an eye movement away from an angry face presented at fixation than from either a neutral or a happy face. This finding provides converging support that the delay in disengagement of attention is an important component of processing threatening information. [less ▲]

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