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Contested Health Care System in Berlin: Are Illegalized Migrants Becoming Urban Citizens?
This article argues for an urban citizenship perspective which explores the struggle for rights and the everyday practices of illegalized migrants. Analyzing the concept of Anonymized Health Certificates as a result of ...
Training Early Literacy Related Skills: To Which Degree Does a Musical Training Contribute to Phonological Awareness Development?
Well-developed phonological awareness skills are a core prerequisite for early literacy development. Although effective phonological awareness training programs exist, children at risk often do not reach similar levels of ...
Elaboration of the Environmental Stress Hypothesis–Results from a Population-Based 6-Year Follow-Up
The aim of this paper was to contribute to the elaboration of the Environmental Stress Hypothesis framework by testing eight hypotheses addressing the direct impact of gross motor coordination problems in elementary-school ...
Individual- and Organization-Level Work-to-Family Spillover Are Uniquely Associated with Hotel Managers' Work Exhaustion and Satisfaction
Purpose: Building on the Conservation of Resources theory, this paper examined the unique and interactive associations of negative and positive work-to-family spillover (NWFS and PWFS, respectively) at the individual and ...
Public and Personal Social Services in European Countries from Public/Municipal to Private - and Back to Municipal and "Third Sector" Provision
This article discusses the provision of public services (public utilities) and personal social services in European countries. In pursuing a historical perspective, four stages are discerned: the pre-welfare state of the ...
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An exhibition of the Q-Kolleg at the Winckelmann-Institut
Diese Frage nach dem öffentlichen und privaten Raum und dessen Bedeutung mag auf den ersten Blick banal und vielleicht auch unnötig erscheinen. Lässt man sich auf diese Fragestellung allerdings ein, so wird einem schnell ...
The German labour movement, 1830s–1840s: early efforts at political transnationalism
It is a key idea that the German Labour Movement originated in the early nineteenth century abroad. In the more liberal atmosphere of Paris, Brussels, Geneva and London political refugees and travelling journeymen came ...
(Un)equal from the start? A quantitative analysis of preschool children’s participation in organised activities in Germany
In this article, I investigate preschool children’s participation in organised activities. Current political and academic debates consider informal education as a prime vehicle for potentially diminishing social class ...
Pygmalion and the gender gap: do teacher expectations contribute to differences in achievement between boys and girls at the beginning of schooling?
This study examined the role of teacher expectations in the emerging gender gaps in reading and mathematics in the first year of schooling. Therefore, we first investigated whether boys and girls differ in their vulnerability ...