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In: Australia's War Crimes Trials 1945-51
In: Climate Law

The current study was designed to examine factors of personality and mystical experience that might predict the extent to which participants were intrinsically religious, extrinsically religious, and/or spiritual, while controlling for gender and race. Data from 777 introductory psychology students were used. Hypotheses were partially supported with three hierarchical multiple regression analyses. The personality factors traditionalism and transformation were found to be modest differentiating predictors of the three criterion variables. However, the three factors of mysticism, introvertive, extrovertive, and religious interpretation mysticism, were found to predict substantial differentiating variance between intrinsic religiosity and spirituality.

In: Archive for the Psychology of Religion

Due to the growing popularity of digital platforms, social media conversations have been proposed and used as an indicator of public diplomacy outcomes. Despite this, existing research has found that most publics were unwilling to engage with foreign countries on social media. Considering this, this study seeks to identify factors that motivate and/or constrain individuals’ engagement in conversations about foreign countries. A survey and semi-structured interviews were conducted with sojourners who temporarily resided in Macao. When choosing how (i.e., channels) and what (i.e., content) to transmit, they managed the tension between perceived risk and expected benefit. Reflecting the theory of planned behavior, where individuals’ motivation (i.e., intended outcomes) and perceived behavioral control (i.e., ability to manage the tension between perceived risk and expected benefit to achieve such intended outcomes) predict behavioral intentions, the findings unveil the limitations of monitoring and tracking social media conversations as an indicator of public diplomacy outcomes.

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In: Asian International Studies Review
Statue, Körperbild, plastische Konfiguration, Raummodulation, Spezifisches Objekt, performative Installation, skulpturale Situation – die Geschichte der Skulptur hat ihren Gegenstand in vielen Begriffen konzeptualisiert. Nachdem die Selbstverständlichkeit der Skulptur in der Moderne immer wieder in Frage gestellt worden war, wurde angesichts der „Entgrenzung der Künste“ auch der Versuch einer medienspezifischen Befragung für obsolet erklärt.
Ein besonderer Aspekt der Gegenständlichkeit von Skulptur war und ist ihre physische Konkretheit. Als plastische Artefakte weisen Skulpturen über sich hinaus und insistieren zugleich auf einer Körperlichkeit, die unhintergehbar ist. Dieses Skandalon der Skulptur zwischen Faktizität und Aktualität diskutiert der Band in theoretischer Perspektive und an konkreten Beispielen, wobei die Prämissen einer „Skulptur im erweiterten Feld“ leitend sind.