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  • 1
    Language: English
    In: Environmental Justice, 06/2014, Vol.7(3), pp.61-69
    Description: This article presents findings of a field research conducted in Brazil's Amazon in 2011. The aim of the article is to present a new method tool for environmental justice research called Q methodology by outlining the outcry for justness of indigenous people on Algodoal-Maiandeua, on an island sibling and área de proteção ambiental (APA) [area of environmental protection]. Two Q studies have been realized at the same time and compared by factor analytical means. The findings gave evidence for statistical significantly less degree of discourse differences for the sustainability development concept than for the environmental justice concept. The narratives tell that the secretary of the environment seeks to establish ecological corridors whereas the community demands infrastructure measures and job opportunities.
    Keywords: Original Articles ; Environmental Sciences ; Law;
    ISSN: 1939-4071
    E-ISSN: 1937-5174
    Source: Mary Ann Liebert (via CrossRef)
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  • 2
    In: Empowering Organizations through Corporate Social Responsibility, Chapter 11, pp.209-239
    Description: This chapter critically approaches the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on the theory level with a new theory frame called World System Differential (WSD). The new frame has been developed by bringing together Luhmann's system theory, Grosfoguel's world system, and Irigaray's theory on gender equality empowerment. The principle assumption here is that CSR unchangeably consists of many contradictive definitions. This allows for framing CSR as an expectation gap. Applying the WSD to the CSR field, the expectation gap is analyzed as an idealized conception that is shaped by a proposed universal that everyone is assumed to desire in the same way. As result, the chapter shows that we must verstehen (Weber) CSR in its contradictive reflections by different societal rationalities, which by nature discriminates against the less powerful opinion holders. For this, the WSD can show its analytical usefulness as both a theoretical and a methodological tool.
    ISBN: 9781466672956
    Source: IGI Global
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  • 3
    In: Journal of Human Subjectivity, 2011, Vol.9(2), p.39
    Description: 인간 행동에 대한 연구는 사회과학 연구에서 중요한 관심사가 되고 있으며, 특히 다른 분야에서 복잡한 현실을 이해하고 표현하는데 더 좋다. 이 논문의 목적은 어떠한 주제에 대해 사람들이 어떻게 생각하고 믿고, 행동하는지 잉글하트의 세계 가치 조사(WVS)와 Q 방법론 두 가지로 분석하고 비교하는데 있다. WVS는 대표 표본의 비율로 행동을 보여주는 반면, Q는 선택의 분야 내에서의 차이를 찾는다.〈p〉The study of human behavior has become central concern for social scientific studies, in particular to better understand and frame complex reality in different fields. This article aims to compare two methods to analyze, how people think, believe, and act in regards to a certain topic: Inglehart`s World Value Survey (WVS) and Q Methodology (Q). Whilst WVS displays behavior proportions of a representative sample, Q looks for the differences in field of choice. Both attempt to reveal contemporary discourses, and both are using quantitative measures to do so, large n scale factor analysis in case of the WVS and the inverted bell curve in Q Methodology. We want to show Pros and Cons of these two methods. which have become so useful for social scientific research by comparing two articles in which one of the approaches has been applied respectively.
    Keywords: Q 방법론; 세계가치조사; 비교; 유럽 중심주의; Q Methodology; World Value Survey; comparison; eurocentrism
    ISSN: 1598-8643
    Source: KSI (Hanguk Haksul Chungbo)
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  • 4
    Language: English
    In: Environmental Justice, 04/2016, Vol.9(2), pp.33-47
    Description: The perception of climate change impacts is strongly influenced by the underlying social realities. In order to develop a model for climate change adaptation policies, the CC-VISAGES project (Climate Change Inferred through Social Analysis, Geography, and Environmental Systems) developed a Climatological Environmental Justice Index (CEJI) based on a developed Human Stress Index (HSI) and the Temperature Humidity Index (THI). Through a geographical information system (GIS) representation of HSI, THI, and CEJI, a vulnerability ranking of all communities in Germany, Canada, and Brazil could be revealed. The variables have been selected and measured in a country comparable manner allowing to proportion communities between the different countries. The data have been gathered from the nomenclature of territorial units for statistics (NUTS) level 3 (community level). This article will show how HSI has been developed and combined with the THI in order to develop the CEJI. A list of the vulnerable areas in each country according to HIS, THI, and ECJI will be presented as the findings and discussed.
    Keywords: Adaptability ; Environmental Equity ; Social Analysis ; Perception ; Climate Change ; Temperature ; Stress ; Humidity ; Vulnerability ; Geographic Information Systems ; Geography ; Asw, Brazil ; Anw, Canada ; Germany ; Weather Modification & Geophysical Change;
    ISSN: 1939-4071
    E-ISSN: 1937-5174
    Source: Mary Ann Liebert (via CrossRef)
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  • 5
    Language: English
    Keywords: Nachhaltige Entwicklung ; Umweltschutz ; Gerechtigkeit ; Sozialer Wandel ; Amazonasgebiet ; Brasilien ; Materialismus ; Island Algodoal-Maiandeua
    Source: Deutsche Zentralbibliothek für Wirtschaftswissenschaften
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  • 6
    Language: English
    Keywords: Umweltschutz ; Gerechtigkeit ; Nachhaltige Entwicklung ; Diskurstheorie ; Soziologie ; Amazonasgebiet
    Source: Deutsche Zentralbibliothek für Wirtschaftswissenschaften
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  • 7
    Language: English
    Keywords: Ddc:300 ; 300 Social Sciences ; 300 Sozialwissenschaften ; 300 Social Sciences, Sociology, Anthropology ; Ddc:300 ; 300 Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie, Anthropologie ; Ddc:320 ; 320 Politik ; 320 Political Science ; Ddc:310 ; 310 Statistik ; 310 General Statistics ; 330 Wirtschaft ; 330 Economics ; Ddc:330 ; Environmental Justice ; Sustainable Development ; Brazil ; Amazon ; Human Ecology ; Dialectic ; Nature ; Society ; Q Methodology
    Source: Freie Universitat Berlin
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  • 8
    Language: English
    In: Biological Chemistry, August, 2000, Vol.381(8), p.763(6)
    Description: Recently, the involvement of the MAP kinase ERK in mitogenic signaling of [cholecystokinin.sub.B] ([CCK.sub.B]) receptors has been shown. However, the intracellular effector systems involved in this signaling pathway are poorly defined. In this study, we used COS-7 cells transiently transfected with the human [CCK.sub.B] receptor to investigate cholecystokinin-induced MAP kinase activation. CCK-8 induced activation of ERK2 which is associated with its phosphorylation and localization in the nucleus. The CCK-8-dependent ERK stimulation is sensitive to wortmannin an inhibitor of phosphoinositide 3-kinases (PI3Ks) indicating the involvement of PI3K activity. To identify the PI3K species involved in mitogenic signaling of the [CCK.sub.B] receptor several dominant-negative mutants of PI3K regulatory and catalytic subunits were transiently expressed. Surprisingly, different catalytically inactive mutants of the G protein-sensitive PI3K[gamma] did not affect ERK stimulation induced by CCK, whereas a dominant-negative mutant of the regulatory p85 subunit induced significant inhibition of CCK-dependent ERK activity. These results indicate an involvement of PI3K class 1A species [alpha], [beta] or/and [delta] in signal transduction via [CCK.sub.B] receptors. In addition, protein kinase C (PKC)-dependent signaling pathways contribute to [CCK.sub.B]-mediated MAP kinase signaling as shown by inhibition of CCK-8-induced ERK activation by the PKC inhibitor bisindolylmaleimide. Keywords: [CCK.sub.B] receptor / Cholecystokinin / MAP kinase / PI3-kinase / Protein kinase C.
    Keywords: Cholecystokinin ; Protein Kinases
    ISSN: 1431-6730
    E-ISSN: 14374315
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  • 9
    In: Corporate Social Responsibility, Chapter 24, pp.435-466
    Description: This chapter critically approaches the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on the theory level with a new theory frame called World System Differential (WSD). The new frame has been developed by bringing together Luhmann's system theory, Grosfoguel's world system, and Irigaray's theory on gender equality empowerment. The principle assumption here is that CSR unchangeably consists of many contradictive definitions. This allows for framing CSR as an expectation gap. Applying the WSD to the CSR field, the expectation gap is analyzed as an idealized conception that is shaped by a proposed universal that everyone is assumed to desire in the same way. As result, the chapter shows that we must verstehen (Weber) CSR in its contradictive reflections by different societal rationalities, which by nature discriminates against the less powerful opinion holders. For this, the WSD can show its analytical usefulness as both a theoretical and a methodological tool.
    ISBN: 9781522561934
    Source: IGI Global
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  • 10
    Language: English
    In: Corporate Social Responsibility : Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications
    ISBN: 978-1-5225-6193-4
    Source: Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL)
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