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1 Introduction The incorporation of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in the justice sector is not necessarily a recent phenomenon in Chile, 1 Latin America, 2 or abroad. 3 Notwithstanding, the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic

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Analysis while Jaime Félix Roser Chinchilla and Takudzwa Mutize are Junior Policy Analysts at UNESCO's International Institute for Higher Education in Latin America and the Caribbean (UNESCO IESALC). The authors are working on a range of projects relating

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This paper investigates the relationship between the overall perception of the level of corruption and that of the quality of the ruling regime. Two subsets of political regimes are analysed — the neo-democracies from Latin America (LA) and Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). The principal thesis advanced here is that corruption affects negatively the quality of neo-democracy. However, the current research tries also to discover the specific mechanism by which this is achieved in practice. It is hypothesised that legitimacy, or, even, the particular way of legitimising the fledgling democracies, is the key. Legitimisation is mainly about the support granted to a specific policy and the regime as a whole. It has been demonstrated that the entire process has an input and output side. It is presumed that, during transition to democracy and its eventual consolidation, on the input side, both the opportunity structures (political institutions, legal tools and different kinds of both formal and informal practices) for citizens’ participation and control of the ruling elites are created, while, on the output side, legitimacy is achieved by producing concrete results regarding, for instance, the fight against corruption as well as the provision of a whole range of public goods, which enshrine the common aspirations of the majority of the population about democracy and human rights.

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, French, arithmetic) which, in the modern age, was the parallel of the courses in the humanities given in the male colleges. Although Necker de Saussure had recommended that Latin be included in the school syllabi for girls ( Necker de Saussure, 1838 , 160

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Tertiary language didactics 2.0

A review of a multilingual didactics approach and its remodeling in the light of empirical research, translanguaging and compétence plurilingue

Hungarian Educational Research Journal
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Sarah Dietrich-Grappin
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Britta Hufeisen

Beispiel des Spanischen, Italienischen und Katalanischen . Stauffenburg . Müller-Lancé , J. ( 2013 ). Sprachenvernetzung in Kopf und Unterricht . In S. Doff , & S. Kipf (Eds.), English meets Latin. Unterricht entwickeln - Schulfremdsprachen

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brick bathtubs. Before you entered the cold bath there was also a lukewarm room (tepidarium) where people could rest, talk or do gymnastics ( Erdmann, 2000 , p. 45). There were large baths in the legionary camps as well as in the cities (in Latin

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was exposed to internal and external polyglossy and was itself ethnically heterogeneous (Croatian, German, Hungarian, Serbian, French, Italian, Irish). It was raised as a rule in German, had to learn Latin (the official language until 1847) and French

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's International Institute for Higher Education in Latin America and the Caribbean (UNESCO IESALC). Their research areas relate to a range of higher education projects including Futures of Higher Education, Higher Education and National Development, Virtual Student

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partial investigation of the Latin, French and English-language texts in six selected archives and manuscript archives in present-day Hungary. Full research of the source material has been hampered and limited by the fact that the archives of many high

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could be songs recorded from Travellers and our knowledge of the uilleann pipes. The curriculum could talk about aspects of our language that are similar to Latin. And it could explain that we are not a

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