Recent Submissions

  • Wilhelm Kempf (ed.), The Peace Journalism Controversy. 2008. Berlin: regener

    Susanne Jaeger (Berlin Regener Publishing House, 2009-04-01)
    Book review
  • Prova Brasil : Building a Framework to Promote Measurable Progress in Learning Outcomes

    Parandekar, Suhas; Amorim, Érica; Welsh, Andrea (World Bank, Washington, DC, 2012-08-13)
    Building on two decades of education
 reform, Brazil's Ministry of Education (MEC)
 implemented a key instrument for measuring education quality
 in 2005, when it first administered Prova Brasil, a
 nationwide test of proficiency in math and Portuguese for
 students in grades 4 and 8. Prova Brasil, which will be
 administered to primary students every three years, is the
 country's first census-level assessment of student
 learning, and forms the cornerstone of a drive to improve
 basic education quality and establish a results framework
 for measuring learning outcomes. The aim of this study has
 been to promote discussion rather than to provide definitive
 solutions. Beyond the limited set of specific practices
 observed and reported upon in the course of this small
 study, a wide variety of good practices are being
 implemented in Brazilian school districts, day after day, as
 teachers, principals, education officials, and parents each
 make their indispensable contributions to student learning.
 The reason one municipality achieves better test scores than
 another is almost certainly due to a occurrence of good
 practices and the interaction among them, or to a particular
 confluence of local characteristics and events whose effects
 continue to accumulate over time. Therefore, the description
 of good practices in this brief policy note can not be taken
 as the single best recipe for achieving good test results.
 Quite to the contrary, it is the aim of this study to
 demonstrate that there are many possible routes to success.
  • L'Evidence-Based Practice, l'administration, le professionnel et l'individualisation du soin

    École normale supérieure - Lyon (ENS Lyon); Rollin, Jeremy (HAL CCSDSPEK - Société de presse et d'édition de la kinésithérapie, 2019-09)
    International audience
  • Early developmental interventions with premature newborns: Room for improvement

    École normale supérieure - Lyon (ENS Lyon); Rollin, Jeremy (HAL CCSDElsevier Masson, 2020-12)
    International audience
  • Rhinoplasty: French validation of the MiRa scale

    Service d'Oto-rhino-laryngologie et Chirurgie cervico-faciale [Hôpital de la Conception - APHM] ; Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Marseille (APHM); Institut universitaire des systèmes thermiques industriels (IUSTI) ; Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)-Aix Marseille Université (AMU); Aix Marseille Université (AMU); Radulesco, T; Hazbri, D; Penicaud, M; Dessi, P; Michel, J (HAL CCSDElsevier Masson, 2020)
    International audience
  • Meslek normlarının etik imkan ve sınırları

    Hülya Yetişken (Hacettepe University, 2005-06-01)
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  • The Influence of Work Ethics on Job Performance of Government Employees

    Helen R. Benedicto; Merlita V. Caelian (University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos Graduate School, 2021-03-01)
    Ethics is associated with a positive influence on employee performance. Those who strongly support the practice of work ethics make beneficial changes to the goals and values of the organization. This descriptive-comparative correlational study assessed the influence of work ethics on the level of the job performance of government employees. A researcher-made survey questionnaire administered to 367 employees identified thru proportional random sampling was used. The study revealed that the practice of work ethics is very good job performance is very satisfactory, which implies that the influence of work ethics on job performance is great. However, significant differences were found when employees were grouped as to their demographic profiles. A significant relationship between work ethics and job performance was discovered; however, most employees' performance is on compliance level only. Hence the need to strengthen ethical values. The findings provided baseline information for an enhanced human resource management program.
  • The SERENADE project; a step forward in the safe by design process of nanomaterials: The benefits of a diverse and interdisciplinary approach

    Centre européen de recherche et d'enseignement des géosciences de l'environnement (CEREGE) ; Aix Marseille Université (AMU)-Collège de France (CdF (institution))-Institut National de Recherche pour l’Agriculture, l’Alimentation et l’Environnement (INRAE)-Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD)-Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)-Institut national des sciences de l'Univers (INSU - CNRS); Université Paris Dauphine-PSL ; Université Paris sciences et lettres (PSL); Dauphine Recherches en Management (DRM) ; Université Paris Dauphine-PSL ; Université Paris sciences et lettres (PSL)-Université Paris sciences et lettres (PSL)-Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS); ALLIOS 105 Chemin de Saint-Menet aux Accates, 13011 Marseille, France; Unité de recherche sur les Biopolymères, Interactions Assemblages (BIA) ; Institut National de Recherche pour l’Agriculture, l’Alimentation et l’Environnement (INRAE); Institut de Recherche Interdisciplinaire de Grenoble (IRIG) ; Direction de Recherche Fondamentale (CEA) (DRF (CEA)) ; Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (CEA)-Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (CEA); Institut des Sciences de la Terre (ISTerre) ; Institut national des sciences de l'Univers (INSU - CNRS)-Institut de recherche pour le développement [IRD] : UR219-Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA)-Université Gustave Eiffel-Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)-Université Savoie Mont Blanc (USMB [Université de Savoie] [Université de Chambéry]); Ecosystèmes continentaux et risques environnementaux (ECCOREV) ; Aix Marseille Université (AMU)-Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS); Institut méditerranéen de biodiversité et d'écologie marine et continentale (IMBE) ; Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)-Institut de recherche pour le développement [IRD] : UMR237-Aix Marseille Université (AMU)-Avignon Université (AU); Ingénierie des Agro-polymères et Technologies Émergentes (UMR IATE) ; Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (Cirad)-Institut National de Recherche pour l’Agriculture, l’Alimentation et l’Environnement (INRAE)-Université de Montpellier (UM)-Institut national d’études supérieures agronomiques de Montpellier (Montpellier SupAgro) ; Institut national d'enseignement supérieur pour l'agriculture, l'alimentation et l'environnement (Institut Agro)-Institut national d'enseignement supérieur pour l'agriculture, l'alimentation et l'environnement (Institut Agro)-Centre international d'études supérieures en sciences agronomiques (Montpellier SupAgro)-Université Montpellier 2 - Sciences et Techniques (UM2); et al. (HAL CCSDElsevier, 2021-04)
    International audience
  • Negotiating Ethics-in-Action in a Long-term Research Relationship with a Young Child

    Rutanen, Niina; Raittila, Raija; Harju, Kaisa; Lucas Revilla, Yaiza; Hännikäinen, Maritta (Springer, 2021-04-21)
    This article continues the discussions of relational ethics put forward in Human Arenas in “Arena of Ethics” (Hilppö et al., 2019). Our aim in this article is to explore and discuss relational ethics, as ethics-in-action, in a long-term research relationship with a child. Our question is: How is ethics-in-action negotiated during critical incidents in the construction of a research space that involves a long-term research relationship with a young child? This article is based on a research project that focused on children’s transitions in early childhood education and care (ECEC). These transitions include the transition from home care to ECEC as well as transitions from child groups or settings to other ECEC groups or settings, and the transition to pre-primary education. We apply a particular lens to the corpus of data, analyzing and reflecting critical incidents vis-à-vis a negotiation of ethics-in-action during the construction of our research space, which involved a long-term research relationship with a child. Our results show that critical incidents in our study’s negotiation of ethics-in-action included (a) the focus child’s spontaneous contributions to the study’s interviews, (b) interdependencies between the child and diverse researchers, and (c) the child’s evolving expertise in data collection, which restructured our study’s research space. We conclude that ethical questions cannot be separated from the mutually constituted relationships or socio-spatial context in where they emerge; thus, they are relationally and spatially embedded.
  • Follow-up in the field of reproductive medicine: an ethical exploration

    Jans, V.; Dondorp, W.; Bonduelle, M.; de Die, C.; Mertes, H.; Pennings, G.; de Wert, G. (2020-12-01)
  • Quels questionnements éthiques pendant le 1er confinement national ? L’expérience du Centre d’éthique clinique de l’AP-HP

    Centre d'éthique clinique AP-HP; Centre d'éthique clinique A; ANR-20-COVI-0090,ETIC-COVID,COVID-19 : les questions éthiques liées aux soins pendant et après la pandémie : qu'en disent les premiers concernés ?(2020); Maglio, Milena; Spranzi, Marta; Foureur, Nicolas (HAL CCSDMasson Editeur, 2021-04)
    International audience
  • Quels questionnements éthiques pendant le 1 er confinement national ? L'expérience du Centre d'éthique clinique de l'AP-HP

    Centre d'éthique clinique AP-HP; Maglio, Milena; Spranzi, Marta; Foureur, Nicolas (HAL CCSD, 2021-03-31)
  • Animal Harms and Food Production: Informing Ethical Choices

    Jordan O. Hampton; Timothy H. Hyndman; Benjamin L. Allen; Bob Fischer (MDPI AG, 2021-04-01)
    Ethical food choices have become an important societal theme in post-industrial countries. Many consumers are particularly interested in the animal welfare implications of the various foods they may choose to consume. However, concepts in animal welfare are rapidly evolving towards consideration of all animals (including wildlife) in contemporary approaches such as “One Welfare”. This approach requires recognition that negative impacts (harms) may be intentional and obvious (e.g., slaughter of livestock) but also include the under-appreciated indirect or unintentional harms that often impact wildlife (e.g., land clearing). This is especially true in the Anthropocene, where impacts on non-human life are almost ubiquitous across all human activities. We applied the “harms” model of animal welfare assessment to several common food production systems and provide a framework for assessing the breadth (not intensity) of harms imposed. We considered all harms caused to wild as well as domestic animals, both direct effects and indirect effects. We described 21 forms of harm and considered how they applied to 16 forms of food production. Our analysis suggests that all food production systems harm animals to some degree and that the majority of these harms affect wildlife, not livestock. We conclude that the food production systems likely to impose the greatest overall breadth of harms to animals are intensive animal agriculture industries (e.g., dairy) that rely on a secondary food production system (e.g., cropping), while harvesting of locally available wild plants, mushrooms or seaweed is likely to impose the least harms. We present this conceptual analysis as a resource for those who want to begin considering the complex animal welfare trade-offs involved in their food choices.
  • Türkiye'de etik çalışmaları

    Harun Tepe (Hacettepe University, 1999-06-01)
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  • Enquêter, de quel droit ?

    Centre universitaire de recherches sur l'action publique et le politique. Epistémologie et Sciences sociales (CURAPP-ESS) ; Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)-Université de Picardie Jules Verne (UPJV); Groupe de Recherches et d'Etudes Sociologiques du Centre-Ouest (GRESCO) ; Université de Limoges (UNILIM)-Université de Poitiers-Institut Sciences de l'Homme et de la Société (IR SHS UNILIM) ; Université de Limoges (UNILIM)-Université de Limoges (UNILIM); Laurens, Sylvain; Neyrat, Frédéric (HAL CCSDEditions du Croquant, 2010-09-01)
    Télécharger l'introduction ici : http://sylvainlaurenssocio.free.fr/IntroductionDroitenqueter.pdf

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