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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.

Eliten-Bildung in Sachsen und Preussen : die Fürsten- und Landesschulen Grimma, Meissen, Joachimsthal und Pforta (1868-1933) /

Flöter, Jonas. January 2009 (has links)
Teilweise Habil.-Schrift Univ. Leipzig, 2006/07.


WELLINGTON FERREIRA GOMES 01 October 2021 (has links)
[pt] Este trabalho constitui algo incomum ao construir a trajetória de uma ciência na educação militar, analisando-a num ambiente acadêmico-militar tanto de formação quanto de altos estudos militares para oficiais de carreira do Exército Brasileiro. Assim, pretende-se conciliar o tratamento da dimensão institucional e profissional de personalidades, civis e militares, da história política do país e da história militar do Exército, ao interesse em dar conta de compreender como se processou a institucionalização de uma disciplina das ciências sociais que é o objeto central de nossa investigação, a saber, a Sociologia. Buscou-se apresentar as ações e decisões políticas governamentais e parlamentares nas instituições de força do Estado, em particular na educação militar do Exército, tomadas no período da Primeira República, no período da Primeira e Segunda Era Vargas e no período atual da Nova República que possibilitaram inserir o ensino da Sociologia nas escolas militares do Exército, bem como apresentar as articulações políticas que envolveram as elites militares em consonância com as elites dirigentes brasileiras (governo e parlamento), no processo de institucionalização da Sociologia na educação militar da corporação, nos séculos XIX, XX e XXI. / [en] This work constitutes something unusual when building the trajectory of a science in military education, analyzing it in an academic-military environment, both in terms of training and senior military studies for career officers in the Brazilian Army. Thus, it is intended to reconcile the treatment of the institutional and professional dimension of personalities, civil and military, of the country s political history and the military history of the Army, with the interest in giving an account of understanding how the institutionalization of a discipline in the social sciences took place which is the central object of our investigation, namely, Sociology. We sought to present governmental and parliamentary political actions and decisions in the State s institutions of strength, particularly in the military education of the Army, taken in the period of the First Republic, in the period of the First and Second Era Vargas and in the current period of the New Republic that made it possible to insert the teaching of Sociology in the Army s military schools, as well as to present the political articulations that involved the military elites in consonance with the Brazilian ruling elites (government and parliament), in the institutionalization process of Sociology in the corporation s military education, in the centuries XIX, XX and XXI.

Local elitist activities: a study of the Kwangtung gentry in the Tao-Kuang period, 1821-1850

連浩鋈, Lin, A. H. Y. January 1973 (has links)
published_or_final_version / History / Master / Master of Philosophy

Madrasahs, scholars and saints : Muslim response to the British presence in Delhi and the Upper Doab 1803-1857

Nizami, F. A. January 1983 (has links)
No description available.

The role of interests and the proposal making dynamics of the European Commission : the case study of air transport

Kyrou, Constantinos January 1998 (has links)
This thesis focuses on two case studies of 'air transport liberalisation' and tests the effect of 'elite' and 'non-elite' air transport interests on the Proposal making dynamics of the European Commission. The hypotheses test whether the properties of 'liberal intergovernmentalism' (the domination by 'elite interests' at the national level), are reflected in the behaviour of the Commission when formulating its Proposals; this new form of liberal intergovernmentalism is defined as a neo-liberal intergovernmentalism. The hypotheses also test whether an 'elite accommodation' is necessary within interest groups in order for their positions to successfully affect Commission actions. Furthermore, the thesis examines the relevance of the decision making formula within groups, and its subsequent relationship to Commission conduct. The thesis finds that there exist substantial differences in the responses to 'elite interests' within the Commission between DGVII, the transport Directorate and DGIV, the competition Directorate. DGIV is also the unique quasi-judicial arm of the Commission. The thesis finds that a neo-liberal intergovernmentalism indeed exists when one focuses on the role of DGVII, but does not exist when one focuses on the role of DGIV. Furthermore, the thesis finds that the decision making within groups, and their adherence to 'elites within the group' plays a substantial role in determining the position of DGVII, but not in determining the position of DGIV. However, the thesis also finds that the path which DGIV needs to follow in order to pursue its goals, because of its reliance on the College of Commissioners to take 'official' action, is affected by the hypotheses. Crucially however, the thesis also finds that DGIV has an array of options with which to pursue its goals, (if it does not gain the support of a majority of the College), which are considerably beyond what the Member States, and their composite 'elite interests' may be content with.

Transnationalism Practices by the Kurdish Diaspora Elite : -The role of the Swedish Kurdish diaspora elite -

Royan, Media January 2012 (has links)
Abstract In the past, the main focus of migration studies was the investigation of influences of immigrants on the host society and their integration into the country of settlement. However, transnationalism studies currently place much greater emphasis upon the other side – which is the effect of living in diaspora, in the society of origin with trans-border citizenship. The cultural, social and political interactions and connections between Sweden as a country of settlement and Kurdistan (especially Iraqi Kurdistan), create a transnational social space where the members of the Kurdish elite can play a major role in improvement of Kurdistan. From here, their adoption of a double identity makes it possible for them to permanently define and redefine their position in Swedish society while simultaneously participating in the inherent development of Kurdistan. The merging of the members of the Kurdish elite’s discourse in rebuilding of democracy and development with regard to reconstruction, leads to more focus on the role of diaspora and understanding the Swedish Kurdish elite’s impact on “functionalizing” and major contribution in the current state of Kurdistan. The ways of expression, increasing academic value, multicultural behavior, and the elite’s activities in civil society organization in between two or several states, their appearance in the international scene, experiences of living in both host / home societies, and multi-relations in a diasporic context continuing and re-adjusting national identities are essential indications of trans-border identity formation of Kurdish diaspora. After the liberation of Kurdistan (northern Iraq 2003), members of the Kurdish elite experienced transnationalism mainly through transferring their success in performing various activities for their homeland and at the same time integrating more into the host countries that received them. During this research, the researcher met and interviewed a number of members of Kurdish elites who had very interesting stories about the Kurdish diaspora, and more especially the important role they play in the transnational space that connects the Kurdish homeland to many European countries and the United States. Using a phenomenology method, the researcher classifies the elements that can characterize the practices of Kurdish diaspora elite as transnationalism.  Sweden is one of the main countries where the Kurdish elite diaspora gathered and are organized to contribute to the development of Kurdistan. Since the Kurdish diaspora is the largest nation that lacks a state, the Kurdish diaspora has formed a long-distance nation in host country.

Centralism and Localism: A Comparative Study on Local Elite¡¦s Attitude Across Taiwan Straits

Tsai, Tien-Chu 04 September 2001 (has links)

Inside the pyramid of power: the evolution of strategic elites in post-communist Romania /

Balogh, Andrea. January 2006 (has links)
Research Project (M.A.) - Simon Fraser University, 2006. / Theses (Dept. of Political Science) / Simon Fraser University. Also issued in digital format and available on the World Wide Web.

Ho Kai and Lim Boon Keng: a comparative studyof tripartite loyalty of colonial Chinese elite, 1895-1912

Chow, Lo-sai, Pauline., 周蘿茜. January 1987 (has links)
published_or_final_version / Comparative Asian Studies / Master / Master of Arts


Liu, Runhe., 劉潤和 January 1983 (has links)
abstract / toc / Chinese / Doctoral / Doctor of Philosophy

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