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See detailLa motivación de los términos en terminología jurídica. Cómo la terminología jurídica asume los riesgos de su evolución
Thiry, Bernard ULg

in Revista Llengua i Dret (de la ‘Escola d'Administració Pública de Catalunya’) (2009)

En la Terminología wüsteriana ‘clásica’ el “término ideal” es monosémico, o monorreferencial, biunívoco, exento de connotaciones, normalizado, prescriptivo en su empleo, productivo y motivado. Hemos ... [more ▼]

En la Terminología wüsteriana ‘clásica’ el “término ideal” es monosémico, o monorreferencial, biunívoco, exento de connotaciones, normalizado, prescriptivo en su empleo, productivo y motivado. Hemos aplicado al corpus jurídico objeto de nuestro estudio – la Responsabilidad civil extracontractual - el filtro de lectura de la terminología clásica. El resultado observado es que, a cada una de estas características corresponden ejemplos observados en la nomenclatura estudiada que desmienten la adecuación a dicha nomenclatura al ideal terminológico. En efecto : - Al ideal de monosemia o monorreferencialidad, que requiere una determinación inequívoca de las nociones, una definición estricta de los términos y que cada uno de éstos designe una noción única y sin connotaciones, se oponen los siguientes rasgos observados : la existencia de nociones de imposible definición o de definiciones de contenido variable; la incertidumbre de la propiedad técnica de la definición de los términos; la alta proporción de términos que son homónimos de palabras de la lengua común; la presencia de connotaciones indeseadas; las frecuentes polisemia y homonimia que ostentan no pocos términos; - Al ideal de biunivocidad se opone un fenómeno de sinonimia abundante; - Al ideal de normalización de los términos de las Lsp, lo mismo que al carácter ideal de ser prescriptivos en su empleo, se opone, no sólo la existencia de lexicalización incompleta, sino también la de nociones sin denominaciones. También se verifica ausencia de unanimidad entre autores sobre el uso de los términos (definiciones y denominaciones). - El ser productivos los términos plantea el problema de derivaciones de coherencia perdida. - Hasta aquí, pues, el análisis no señala más que ‘defectos’ que ostenta la nomenclatura terminológica estudiada. Sin embargo, al abordar el último tema de la motivación de los términos, la investigación, de pronto, debe desistir de toda idea de 'defecto' y reconocer más bien a los juristas una singular y constante preocupación por la justeza y afinamiento de las denominaciones. Lo cual no sólo es en sí un esfuerzo poco común entre los usuarios de la lengua, inclusive de especialidad, sino que, incluso justifica los supuestos ‘defectos’ anteriormente observados, en realidad suscitados por el esfuerzo mismo de perfeccionamiento de las denominaciones. Ante semejante análisis, nuestra conclusión ya no puede someterse al ideal wüsteriano, pronto a imponer una ‘normalización’ de los defectos observados, los cuales, correctamente analizados, no son sino las consecuencias provisionalmente negativas de un ideal superior. Antes bien, nos parece más atinado distanciarnos de Wüster, poniendo en tela de juicio los requisitos mismos del “termino ideal” de su doctrina terminológica. En conclusión, corregimos el idealismo wüsteriano, asignando su justo lugar y papel a sendos rasgos nocionales y lenguajeros de las LFE. [less ▲]

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See detailMotivating Civil Servants for Reform and Performance
Paul, Elisabeth ULg

in ‘Capacity is Development’ Research Series (2010)

The paper aims to provide some informed reflections on how to motivate civil servants for performance and reform, especially in the perspective of sustaining capacity development

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See detailLa motivation à apprendre les langues étrangères
Defays, Jean-Marc ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2013)

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See detailMotivation and satisfaction of participants and spectators attending mass sport events
Cloes, Marc ULg; Emond, Catherine; Ledent, Maryse et al

in Proceedings of the 8th European Association for Sport Management Congress (2000)

Considering their sociocultural and economic impact, sport events represent a pertinent centre of interest for sport management research. Considering their frequent occurrence and importance to the ... [more ▼]

Considering their sociocultural and economic impact, sport events represent a pertinent centre of interest for sport management research. Considering their frequent occurrence and importance to the survival of many associations such as sport clubs, schools, youth or neighbourhood committees, mass sport events could receive more attention than they actually do. In this paper attention was focused on participants and spectators attending the following five mass sport events organised in Wallonia, the French speaking part of Belgium. [less ▲]

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See detailMotivation and volition in vocational psychology: An action control perspective
Broonen, Jean-Paul ULg

in Young, R. A.; Domene, J. F.; Valach, L. (Eds.) Counseling and Action: Toward Life-enhancing Work, Relationships, and Identity (2015)

In late modernity societies where pursuit of career in an unstable and rapidly changing occupational structure is so difficult, motivation fueling vocational constructing behaviors appears to be a ... [more ▼]

In late modernity societies where pursuit of career in an unstable and rapidly changing occupational structure is so difficult, motivation fueling vocational constructing behaviors appears to be a prerequisite of success. However, motivational processes are only half of the story. In order to overcome internal or external obstacles to a confident and peaceful reflection on their career development, individuals need more than ever to bring into play volition, that is, the capacity to regulate psychological functions such as cognition, motivation, and emotion in order to determine which motivational tendencies are implemented, when, and how. The first aim of this contribution is to present some aspects of this overarching concept originating in experimental and social psychology, and recently also considered by cognitive neurosciences. Taking the psychology of action control as a lens of analysis, the chapter outlines (1) action versus state orientation affect–regulatory competences embedded in Personality Systems Interactions theory (Kuhl, 2000a, 2000b), which proposes an explanation of functional relationships between cognitive and affective systems underlying action; (2) implementation intentions (Gollwitzer, 1993, 1999), that is, a kind of specific plans which differs from goal intentions and may be activated in the postdecisional pre-action phase of the Rubicon Model of Action Phases. As a second aim of the chapter, some applications of these volitional constructs to the vocational domain, until now largely or completely unexplored, are proposed in order to suggest how leading theories in the field can enrich concrete practices to help students and clients, faced to an unsecured world, volitionally construct the future of their career. [less ▲]

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See detailLa motivation des arrêts de la cour d'assises : révolution ou marche d'Echternach ?
Jacobs, Ann ULg

in Revue de Jurisprudence de Liège, Mons et Bruxelles (2009)

Dans la foulée de l'arrêt de l'arrêt Taxquet c. Belgique rendu le 13 janvier 2009 par la Cour européenne des droits de l'homme, la Cour de cassation est saisie de différents pourvois contre des verdicts ... [more ▼]

Dans la foulée de l'arrêt de l'arrêt Taxquet c. Belgique rendu le 13 janvier 2009 par la Cour européenne des droits de l'homme, la Cour de cassation est saisie de différents pourvois contre des verdicts de culpabilité non motivés; elle se montre hésitante quant à exiger la motivation du verdict de culpabilité de la cour d'assises dans tous les cas. [less ▲]

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See detailMotivation des jeunes à la pratique des activités physiques et sportives
Ledent, Maryse; Cloes, Marc ULg; Onofre, C. Jordan et al

in Sport (1997), 159/160

Nombreux sont ceux qui attribuent une importance capitale aux motivations à la participation des jeunes au sport. En effet, les modalités de pratique et la qualité des expériences vécues dans le domaine ... [more ▼]

Nombreux sont ceux qui attribuent une importance capitale aux motivations à la participation des jeunes au sport. En effet, les modalités de pratique et la qualité des expériences vécues dans le domaine des activités physiques et sportives exerceraient de profonds effets dans la perspective d'un style de vie actif et sain à l'âge adulte. Cette croyance, bien établie chez les éducateurs physiques et les partisans du sport, doit néanmoins être prise avec beaucoup de prudence lorsque l'on considère les résultats des études longitudinales. ... [less ▲]

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See detailLa motivation du licenciement en droit belge
Kefer, Fabienne ULg

in Revue de la Faculté de Droit de l'Université de Liège (2011)

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See detailLa motivation du refus de prononcer une peine de travail
Jacobs, Ann ULg

in Revue de Jurisprudence de Liège, Mons et Bruxelles (2003)

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See detailLa motivation en contexte scolaire : Points de vue de parents et d'élèves
Beckers, Jacqueline ULg; Stegen, Pierre

in Puzzle (1997), 3

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See detailMotivation et démotivation : les élèves ont la parole
Chenu, Florent ULg

in Actes du 3e congrès des chercheurs en éducation, Espace Flagey, Bruxelles, Mai 2004. (2004)

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See detailMotivation et volition: une distinction incontournable
Broonen, Jean-Paul ULg

in Education-Formation (2006), 284(December), 62-71

Firstly, in this paper the historical analysis of volition as a specific construct in front of motivation and conation is developed. From the middle of the eighties volition is focused in empirical ... [more ▼]

Firstly, in this paper the historical analysis of volition as a specific construct in front of motivation and conation is developed. From the middle of the eighties volition is focused in empirical literature as a central concept in goal-directed learning behaviours, especially when goals are difficult to reach. Secondly, limits of motivation (values, expectations) to explain reaching complex learning goals which imply overcoming internal or external obstacles are heightened and volition (action control strategies and implementation intentions) is proved to basically contribute to initiate goal-directed actions and bring them to a successful conclusion. [less ▲]

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See detailLa motivation formelle des actes administratifs - Questions choisies
Durviaux, Ann Lawrence ULg; Pâques, Michel ULg

in Durviaux, Ann Lawrence; Pâques, Michel (Eds.) Droit administratif et contentieux (2015)

Au cours des trois dernières années, plusieurs révisions de la Constitution ont modifié ou permis l’extension des compétences du Conseil d’État. C’est ainsi que, par l’effet combiné des nouveaux articles ... [more ▼]

Au cours des trois dernières années, plusieurs révisions de la Constitution ont modifié ou permis l’extension des compétences du Conseil d’État. C’est ainsi que, par l’effet combiné des nouveaux articles 144, alinéa 2, de la Constitution et 11bis des lois coordonnées du 12 juillet 1973, il peut à présent connaître des demandes « d’indemnité réparatrice » pour les dommages causés par les actes dont il a constaté l’illégalité. La compétence du juge ordinaire reste cependant ouverte. Mais electa una via… La question du choix du juge se pose donc une nouvelle fois dans le contentieux administratif belge. Ici sous l’angle de l’opportunité. Cette question continue aussi de se poser dans sa formulation plus classique : jusqu’où s’étend la compétence du Conseil d’État, quand cesse-t-il d’être compétent pour connaître des demandes d’annulation des actes administratifs portées devant lui ? La loi du 20 janvier 2014 a modifié sous bien des aspects la compétence du Conseil d’État. Notons la réforme du référé administratif, la reconnaissance du contrôle de l’intérêt au moyen, l’indemnité de procédure ou l’allégement de la preuve du mandat ad litem de l’avocat ainsi que le perfectionnement ou l’introduction d’instruments destinés à étendre les moyens d’action du Conseil d’État et à sortir de la logique binaire annulation/rejet. Plusieurs aspects de cette réforme ont déjà été soumis au contrôle de la Cour constitutionnelle, tandis que la jurisprudence commence à se développer. Enfin, le moyen pris de la violation de la loi du 29 juillet 1991 semble empiriquement le plus fréquent dans les requêtes. La motivation formelle des actes administratifs constitue un tel enjeu de droit matériel et contentieux qu’elle devait une nouvelle fois retenir l’attention. Un ouvrage de la CUP consacré à ces sujets s’imposait. [less ▲]

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See detailMotivation in the Gym: A Qualitative Approach
Cloes, Marc ULg

in Chin, M. K.; Hensley, L. D.; Cote, P. (Eds.) et al Global Perspectives in the Integration of Physical Activity, Sports, Dance, and Exercise Science in Physical Education: From Theory to Practice (2004)

Students’ motivation is a major concern of physical education teachers as well as it interest the others educators. Understanding of that complex variable increased during the last two decades. In the ... [more ▼]

Students’ motivation is a major concern of physical education teachers as well as it interest the others educators. Understanding of that complex variable increased during the last two decades. In the physical education domain, many studies were focused on isolated variables related to motivation and on their relationship with pupils’ behaviours. More recently, qualitative researches were conducted to enter in the class specificity and to integrate the complexity and diversity of the variables that influence students’ motivations. Combining questionnaires interviews and observation, some researchers have confirmed that student’s motivation depends on a package of dispositional as well as individual and collective situational factors. They pointed out also the determining role of the teacher in the development of a motivated class climate. This paper will describe a couple of qualitative studies designed to analyse students’ motivation and will underline their contribution in the understanding of the phenomena related to the development of motivation by students. Moreover, as teachers need research directly focused to their concerns, we must now provide them more support helping them to apply research data. The action research design is proposed as an appropriate approach in that way. The description of a pilot action research focused on the improvement of the students’ motivation in a secondary school level girls class will also proposed. The main results should provide the starting point of a reflective process about the strategies that teachers could plan on the gym. As it has been underlined above, the goal of the paper was to share useful information with practitioners and researchers and to encourage them to involve themselves in personal research on students’ motivation. [less ▲]

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See detailMotivation of human resources for health: a case study at rural district level in Tanzania
Zinnen, Véronique; Paul, Elisabeth ULg; Mwisongo, Aziza et al

in International Journal of Health Planning and Management (The) (2012), 27(4), 327-347

An increasing number of studies explore the association between financial and non-financial incentives and the retention of health workers in developing countries. This study aims to contribute to ... [more ▼]

An increasing number of studies explore the association between financial and non-financial incentives and the retention of health workers in developing countries. This study aims to contribute to empirical evidence on human resource for health motivation factors to assist policy makers in promoting effective and realistic interventions. A cross-sectional survey was conducted in four rural Tanzanian districts to explore staff stability and health workers' motivation. Data were collected using qualitative and quantitative techniques, covering all levels and types of health facilities. Stability of staff was found to be quite high. Public institutions remained very attractive with better job security, salary and retirement benefits. atisfaction over working conditions was very low owing to inadequate working equipment, work overload, lack of services, difficult environment, favouritism and 'empty promotions'. Positive incentives mentioned were support for career development and supportive supervision. Attracting new staff in rural areas appeared to be more difficult than retaining staff in place. The study concluded that strategies to better motivate health personnel should focus on adequate remuneration, positive working and living environment and supportive management. However, by multiplying health facilities, the latest Tanzanian human resource for health plan could jeopardize current positive results. [less ▲]

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See detailMotivation of schoolchildren for physical education. Comparison of high and low achievers
Piéron, Maurice ULg; Delfosse, Catherine; Ledent, Maryse et al

in Chin, K. N.; Jwo, H. (Eds.) AIESEP Taiwan 2001 International Conference Proceedings: The Exchange and Development of Sport Culture in East and West (2001)

There is no doubt that motivaton of schoolchildren is a concern for physical education teachers. Research data shows that usually physical education is pretty well considered by students. An European ... [more ▼]

There is no doubt that motivaton of schoolchildren is a concern for physical education teachers. Research data shows that usually physical education is pretty well considered by students. An European study of youth lifestyle showed that in many countries, 12 and 15 year old students like physical education (Piéron et al., 1996). Percentage over 70% of these youth answered that they liked physical education lessons ... [less ▲]

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See detailLa motivation pour la lecture, au-delà d'une simple question de goût
Schillings, Patricia ULg

in Caractères (2003), 10(1), 11-12

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See detailMotivation, volition et performances universitaires chez des étudiants de première année en sciences psychologiques
Broonen, Jean-Paul ULg

Poster (2006)

A model explaining college performance is proposed where motivation, volition, and study strategies are combined as predictors. Mastery-approach goals are positive predictors and avoidance-goals negative ... [more ▼]

A model explaining college performance is proposed where motivation, volition, and study strategies are combined as predictors. Mastery-approach goals are positive predictors and avoidance-goals negative predictors of volitional control intentions of effort. These intentions are positive predictors of endorsement of study strategies intentions. The last ones and intentions of voltional control of effort are positive antecedents of corresponding behaviours, which positively predict exam performances [less ▲]

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