Verschlüsseln, Verbergen, Verdecken in öffentlicher und institutioneller Kommunikation

Author: Steffen Pappert,Melani Schröter,Ulla Fix
Publisher: Erich Schmidt Verlag GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 9783503098514
Category: Ciphers
Page: 415
View: 2752
Verschlüsselte Formulierungen, verborgene Informationen und Intentionen sowie mehrfachadressierte Äußerungen sind geläufige Erscheinungen in öffentlicher und institutioneller Kommunikation. Für das Verschlüsseln, Verbergen und Verdecken stehen verschiedenste Verfahren und Muster zur Verfügung, die unterschiedliche sprachbezogene Ebenen betreffen. Ob und wie man Verborgenes entschlüsseln, enthüllen und entdecken kann, hängt mit dem Wissen um die mögliche Intention und um die (non-)verbalen Möglichkeiten des Verdeckens zusammen. Neben der Vorstellung sprachkritischer und methodologischer Überlegungen wendet sich der Band der Aufdeckung solcher Verfahren des Verschlüsselns, Verbergens und Verdeckens in ihrer Vielfalt zu. Aus einer übergreifenden Perspektive werden möglichst viele Beschreibungsebenen und kommunikative Phänomene einbezogen: So geht es u. a. um das Verbergen im politischen Sprachgebrauch, beispielsweise beim CDU-Parteispendenskandal, um (mediale) Verfahren der Verschlüsselung in Massenmedien und Werbung, um Entschlüsselung von Droh- und Erpresserbriefen, um Kommunikation mittels Kassibern, um Verbergen und Verschlüsseln in Todesanzeigen und um Geheimdienstsprache.

Handbook of Embodied Cognition and Sport Psychology

Author: Massimiliano L. Cappuccio
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 0262038501
Category: Sports & Recreation
Page: 808
View: 6258
The first systematic collaboration between cognitive scientists and sports psychologists considers the mind–body relationship from the perspective of athletic skill and sports practice. This landmark work is the first systematic collaboration between cognitive scientists and sports psychologists that considers the mind–body relationship from the perspective of athletic skill and sports practice. With twenty-six chapters by leading researchers, the book connects and integrates findings from fields that range from philosophy of mind to sociology of sports. The chapters show not only that sports can tell scientists how the human mind works but also that the scientific study of the human mind can help athletes succeed. Sports psychology research has always focused on the themes, notions, and models of embodied cognition; embodied cognition, in turn, has found striking confirmation of its theoretical claims in the psychological accounts of sports performance and athletic skill. Athletic skill is a legitimate form of intelligence, involving cognitive faculties no less sophisticated and complex than those required by mathematical problem solving. After presenting the key concepts necessary for applying embodied cognition to sports psychology, the book discusses skill disruption (the tendency to “choke” under pressure); sensorimotor skill acquisition and how training correlates to the development of cognitive faculties; the intersubjective and social dimension of sports skills, seen in team sports; sports practice in cultural and societal contexts; the notion of “affordance” and its significance for ecological psychology and embodied cognition theory; and the mind's predictive capabilities, which enable anticipation, creativity, improvisation, and imagination in sports performance. Contributors Ana Maria Abreu, Kenneth Aggerholm, Salvatore Maria Aglioti, Jesús Ilundáin-Agurruza, Duarte Araújo, Jürgen Beckmann, Kath Bicknell, Geoffrey P. Bingham, Jens E. Birch, Gunnar Breivik, Noel E. Brick, Massimiliano L. Cappuccio, Thomas H. Carr, Alberto Cei, Anthony Chemero, Wayne Christensen, Lincoln J. Colling, Cassie Comley, Keith Davids, Matt Dicks, Caren Diehl, Karl Erickson, Anna Esposito, Pedro Tiago Esteves, Mirko Farina, Giolo Fele, Denis Francesconi, Shaun Gallagher, Gowrishankar Ganesh, Raúl Sánchez-García, Rob Gray, Denise M. Hill, Daniel D. Hutto, Tsuyoshi Ikegami, Geir Jordet, Adam Kiefer, Michael Kirchhoff, Kevin Krein, Kenneth Liberman, Tadhg E. MacIntyre, Nelson Mauro Maldonato, David L. Mann, Richard S. W. Masters, Patrick McGivern, Doris McIlwain, Michele Merritt, Christopher Mesagno, Vegard Fusche Moe, Barbara Gail Montero, Aidan P. Moran, David Moreau, Hiroki Nakamoto, Alberto Oliverio, David Papineau, Gert-Jan Pepping, Miriam Reiner, Ian Renshaw, Michael A. Riley, Zuzanna Rucinska, Lawrence Shapiro, Paula Silva, Shannon Spaulding, John Sutton, Phillip D. Tomporowski, John Toner, Andrew D. Wilson, Audrey Yap, Qin Zhu, Christopher Madan

Expert Evidence and Scientific Proof in Criminal Trials

Author: Paul Roberts
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351567403
Category: Social Science
Page: 664
View: 2782
Forensic science evidence and expert witness testimony play an increasingly prominent role in modern criminal proceedings. Science produces powerful evidence of criminal offending, but has also courted controversy and sometimes contributed towards miscarriages of justice. The twenty-six articles and essays reproduced in this volume explore the theoretical foundations of modern scientific proof and critically consider the practical issues to which expert evidence gives rise in contemporary criminal trials. The essays are prefaced by a substantial new introduction which provides an overview and incisive commentary contextualising the key debates. The volume begins by placing forensic science in interdisciplinary focus, with contributions from historical, sociological, Science and Technology Studies (STS), philosophical and jurisprudential perspectives. This is followed by closer examination of the role of forensic science and other expert evidence in criminal proceedings, exposing enduring tensions and addressing recent controversies in the relationship between science and criminal law. A third set of contributions considers the practical challenges of interpreting and communicating forensic science evidence. This perennial battle continues to be fought at the intersection between the logic of scientific inference and the psychology of the fact-finders common sense reasoning. Finally, the volumes fourth group of essays evaluates the (limited) success of existing procedural reforms aimed at improving the reception of expert testimony in criminal adjudication, and considers future prospects for institutional renewal - with a keen eye to comparative law models and experiences, success stories and cautionary tales.

Interceptive Actions in Sport

Information and Movement
Author: Simon Bennett,Keith Davids,Geert J.P. Savelsbergh,John van der Kamp
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134548974
Category: Sports & Recreation
Page: 368
View: 8297
Dynamic interceptive actions are those actions for which the body, or an implement, must be moved into the right place at the right time in order to accomplish a task. These actions are particularly prevalent in sport, for example reaching to catch a ball or running towards a target to make a tackle. This book is the first to offer a comprehensive review of existing theoretical research on dynamic interceptive actions, as well as close examination of specific, practical applications. The book includes material on: * catching * wielding tennis rackets * putting in golf * controlling and kicking a soccer ball. It is essential reading for anybody with a close interest in motor learning and control or skill acquisition, and will be of interest to students of sport psychology, movement science and coaching science.

Dialog Theory for Critical Argumentation

Author: Douglas N. Walton
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN: 9027292000
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Page: 308
View: 4348
Because of the need to devise systems for electronic communication on the internet, multi-agent computing is moving to a model of communication as a structured conversation between rational agents. For example, in multi-agent systems, an electronic agent searches around the internet, and collects certain kinds of information by asking questions to other agents. Such agents also reason with each other when they engage in negotiation and persuasion. It is shown in this book that critical argumentation is best represented in this framework by the model of reasoned argument called a dialog, in which two or more parties engage in a polite and orderly exchange with each other according to rules governed by conversation policies. In such dialog argumentation, the two parties reason together by taking turns asking questions, offering replies, and offering reasons to support a claim. They try to settle their disagreements by an orderly conversational exchange that is partly adversarial and partly collaborative.

Not Far Away

The Real-life Adventures of Ima Pipiig
Author: Lois Beardslee
Publisher: Rowman Altamira
ISBN: 9780759111202
Category: Fiction
Page: 275
View: 1499
Part novel amd part memoire, Not Far Away recounts the life of a female Ojibwe schoolteacher in northern Michigan as she endures the most caustic forms of racism.


Author: Jim ORE
ISBN: 0993086349
Category: Fiction
Page: 61
View: 8853
Science fiction for blokes – that’s what you get. If you’re a bloke and you want action and adventure and the odd joke to liven things up this series is designed to keep you entertained as it follows a group of enhanced humans and aliens through various adventures; all entities are represented as normal people doing reasonably normal things at one moment and travelling through dimensions, Time and galaxies the next.

Intergrated Systems with Multiploe Techniques

Author: N.A
Publisher: Allied Publishers
ISBN: 9788170237693
Page: N.A
View: 3720

The Kaiser's Army

The Politics of Military Technology in Germany during the Machine Age, 1870-1918
Author: Eric Dorn Brose
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199924066
Category: History
Page: 336
View: 5879
This volume covers a fascinating period in the history of the German army, a time in which machine guns, airplanes, and weapons of mass destruction were first developed and used. Eric Brose traces the industrial development of machinery and its application to infantry, cavalry, and artillery tactics. He examines the modernity versus anti-modernity debate that raged after the Franco-Prussian war, arguing that the residue of years of resistance to technological change seriously undermined the German army during World War I.

Appeal to Expert Opinion

Arguments from Authority
Author: Douglas Walton
Publisher: Penn State Press
ISBN: 9780271041940
Category: Philosophy
Page: N.A
View: 9485

Expert Systems and Related Topics

Selected Bibliography and Guide to Information Sources
Author: Marlene A. Palmer
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 9781878289032
Category: Computers
Page: 156
View: 2096
This comprehensive reference to all areas of expert systems and applications, plus advanced related topics, lets you spend your time reading expert systems literature rather than searching for it. It gives you a source of historical perspectives and outlooks on the future of the field. Whether you are a manager, a developer or an end user or researcher, Expert Systems and Related Topics: Selected Bibliography & Guide to Information Sources puts all the sources of expert systems literature at your fingertips.

Knowledge Reuse and Agile Processes: Catalysts for Innovation

Catalysts for Innovation
Author: Mitra, Amit
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1599049236
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 424
View: 5693
Innovation, agility, and coordination are paramount in the support of value in the global knowledge economy. Therefore, the long-term success of a company is increasingly dependent on its underlying resilience and agility. Knowledge Reuse and Agile Processes: Catalysts for Innovation addresses flexibility of both business and information systems through component technology at the nexus of three seemingly unrelated disciplines: service-oriented architecture, knowledge management, and business process management. Providing practitioners and academians with timely, compelling research on agile, adaptive processes and information systems, this Premier Reference Source will enhance the collection of every reference library.

Key Readings in Journalism

Author: Elliot King,Jane Chapman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113576767X
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Page: 424
View: 5402
Key Readings in Journalism brings together over thirty essential writings that every student of journalism should know. Designed as a primary text for undergraduate students, each reading was carefully chosen in response to extensive surveys from educators reflecting on the needs of today’s journalism classroom. Readings range from critical and historical studies of journalism, such as Walter Lippmann’s Public Opinion and Michael Schudson’s Discovering the News, to examples of classic reporting, such as Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward’s All the President’s Men. They are supplemented by additional readings to broaden the volume’s scope in every dimension, including gender, race, and nationality. The volume is arranged thematically to enable students to think deeply and broadly about journalism—its development, its practice, its key individuals and institutions, its social impact, and its future—and section introductions and headnotes precede each reading to provide context and key points for discussion.

Scientific Evidence in California Criminal Cases: Origin and cause of fire

Author: N.A
Publisher: N.A
Category: Evidence, Criminal
Page: N.A
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Author: N.A
Publisher: N.A
Page: N.A
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Power Plant Construction Management

A Survival Guide
Author: Peter G. Hessler
Publisher: PennWell Books
ISBN: 9781593700294
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 345
View: 8128
With the focus on return on investment and new technologies, the power industry today is much different than it was years ago. A unique set of management skills is necessary to supervise construction or retrofitting of a power generation plant, given today's bottom-line emphasis on environment, fuel efficiency, up-to-date technical features, and the industry's loss of experienced craftsmen and supervisory personnel. This book explains the power of economics behind the industry and how to manage the finances of work activities.

The Professional Financial Advisor III: Putting Transparency and Integrity First

Author: John J. De Goey
Publisher: Insomniac Press
ISBN: 1554830966
Category: Financial planners
Page: 322
View: 9726

Curiousity Is Deadly

Author: D. K. Hale
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469107791
Category: Fiction
Page: 187
View: 6144
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Recovery of damages for lost profits

Author: Robert L. Dunn
Publisher: N.A
Category: Law
Page: 745
View: 1936

Putting Citizens First

Engagement in Policy and Service Delivery for the 21st Century
Author: Evert A. Lindquist,Sam Vincent,John Wanna
Publisher: ANU E Press
ISBN: 1922144347
Category: Political Science
Page: 198
View: 3927
This book explores the ways in which governments are putting citizens first in their policy-making endeavours. Making citizens the focus of policy interventions and involving them in the delivery and design is for many governments a normative ideal; it is a worthy objective and sounds easy to achieve. But the reality is that putting citizens at the centre of policy-making is hard and confronting. Are governments really serious in their ambitions to put citizens first? Are they prepared for the challenges and demands such an approach will demand? Are they prepared to commit the time and resources to ensure genuine engagement takes place and that citizens' interests are considered foremost? And, more importantly, are governments prepared for the trade-offs, risks and loss of control such citizen-centric approaches will inevitably involve?