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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.

Konsumenters motivationsfaktorer bakom valet av fysiska butiker och e-handel : Consumers’ factors motivating their choice between physical stores and online shopping

Zahidi, Sadjaad, Sztojka, Krisztofer January 2021 (has links)
No description available.

Motivationen hos fastighetsmäklare i sin yrkesroll / The Motivation of Real Estate Agents in Their Professional Role

Tafic, Aldin, Shabani, Era January 2022 (has links)
No description available.

Tensions Between Development and Exploitation Through a World-Systems Theoretical Perspective : Comparative Analysis On Land Grabbing in Brazil and Ethiopia

Karlsson, Linnea January 2022 (has links)
Within International Relations, the phenomenon of land grabbing has become a key developmental issue. After reading the existing literature and research on land grabbing, the lack of empirical examples through case selection is clearly noticed. There are many perspectives in which one can analyze the consequences of land grabbing, through vulnerabilities to environmental ramifications. The world-systems theory argues that there have always been a variety of forms of labor within the functioning divisions of labor the world economy from a capitalist position. This theory supports the claim that foreign investors in the core countries exploit the land and labor of the countries in the semi-periphery and periphery zones. This thesis presents an analysis of the findings through consideration from the theoretical framework of the world-systems theory and its relation to the characteristics of exploitation and development in Brazil and Ethiopia comparatively. Moreover, through highlighting the variables in which land grabbing can be examined by, these empirical investigations will deepen our understanding of development and exploitation in relation to contemporary globalization.

Visualisering av krisberedskap i brädspel : En visual analysis av spelet Prepper - Var inte rädd, var förberedd!

Hoff, Jesper January 2022 (has links)
This essay goes through how the board game Prepper - Var inte rädd, var förberedd! Visualizes crisis information. By using perform a semiotic analysis, you can see how the game visualizes crisis information for the player. With communication perspective and representation theory, one can see how the game's cards and game pieces relate to the themes of crisis and crisis information. You can see that the game succeeds in visualizing crisis information, by putting the player in different crisis scenarios. It comes in the form of crisis cards. There, the player gets through a short narrative text about what must be done, the player gets the solution visualized. The player also receives information on how different tools can be used. Prepper graphic design uses characters that the viewer already recognizes or will easily interpret as warning signs and warning signs. This means that the spectator can easily live in the different situations.


Gadir, Shakil Ahmed Ghulam January 1986 (has links)
No description available.

Todos somos amigos: cross-cultural and cross-linguistic play interactions in a two-way immersion prekindergarten classroom

Sutterby, John Alan 28 August 2008 (has links)
Not available / text

A cross-cultural study of infant attachment patterns in Korea and the U.S. : associations among infant temperament, maternal personality, separation anxiety and depression

Jin, Mi Kyoung, 1975- 28 August 2008 (has links)
Not available / text

An examination of machismo and self-construal between adult English speaking and adult Spanish speaking populations / Machismo and self-construal

Wenger, Adam P. January 2006 (has links)
Culture is made up of numerous components that interact upon the individual to help form and shape his/her perspectives about the world. Two such components are machismo (the degree to which a population views gender roles as particularly male oriented) and self-construal (the internal attributions of individualism/collectivism). In a survey conducted among native English speaking individuals and native Spanish speaking individuals within the Midwestern United States, a measure of both of these components was used to determine whether there are differences in scores for selfconstrual and machismo between two samples. The results indicate that in the samples included, the native Spanish speaking group scored significantly higher on machismo, and the native English speaking cohort scored significantly higher on independent selfconstrual. Differences between the two groups for mean age and gender composition may explain the lack of significance for the measure of interdependent self-construal. / Department of Counseling Psychology and Guidance Services

Performing transculturation : between/within 'Japanese' and 'Australian' language, identities and culture /

Otsuji, Emi. January 2008 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D. )--University of Technology Sydney, 2008.

Den saknade teaterpubliken : Om varför unga vuxna i Hallandsregionen inte går på teater. En textanalys om unga vuxnas kulturkonsumtion- och kulturvanor i Halland

Johansson, Estelle January 2023 (has links)
Denna uppsats undersöker unga vuxnas syn på teater i Halland, deras kulturella vanor, hur de ser på kultur och hur de föredrar att konsumera kultur. Uppsatsen letar efter de avgörande faktorerna för vad de unga vuxna tycker är intressant och avgörande för att de ska besöka en teater. Uppsatsen tar reda på om synen på teater skiljer sig hos unga vuxna och medelålders vuxna. Denna uppsats har använt kvalitativa djupintervjuer i syfte att genomföra en textanalys för att undersöka orsaken till hur unga vuxna ser på kultur och teater. Slutsatsen av uppsatsen är att unga vuxna gillar att gå på teater, drivkraften är innehållet och teaterupplevelsen som lockar mest till ett besök. Det är lika frestande att konsumera kultur digitalt som fysiskt för att uppnå en kulturell upplevelse, unga vuxna gillar att konsumera kultur och teater både fysiskt och digitalt, medan medelålders vuxna föredrar att konsumera kultur och teater fysiskt. / This essay examines young adults' view of theater in Halland, their cultural habits, how they view culture and how they prefer to consume culture. The essay looks for the determining factors for what the young adults find interesting and decisive for them to visit a theater. The essay finds out whether the view of theater differs in young adults and middle-aged adults. This essay has used qualitative in-depth interviews with the aim of carrying out a text analysis to investigate the reason for how young adults view culture and theatre. The conclusion of the essay is that young adults like to go to the theater, the driving force is the content and the theater experience that attracts the most to a visit. It is as tempting to consume culture digitally as physically to achieve a cultural experience, young adults like to consume culture and theater both physically and digitally, while middle-aged adults prefer to consume culture and theater physically.

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