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An Assessment of National Variations in the Perception of Social Space

Alexandra Filhon, Jérôme Deauvieau, Laure Verdalle (de), Agnès Pelage, Tristan Poullaouec, Cécile Brousse, Martine Mespoulet and Karolina Sztandar-Sztanderska

Introduction This article presents a comparative study carried out in five European countries on the forms of categorization of social space. A debate has been in progress since the early 1990s at Eurostat on the relevance of introducing a socio-economic classification common to all European

Justin J.W. Powell

Special Education Classification Systems Since 1920, German special education classifi cation systems have shifted considerably, from a focus on individual impairments to school types to individual support needs. Since the beginnings of the support school system ( Hilfsschulwesen ) before 1900, school

Antonio C. Marques

The systematics of Hydrozoa is considered from the viewpoint of logical consistency between phylogeny and classification. The validity of the nominal taxon Hydroidomedusae (including all groups of Hydrozoa except the Siphonophorae) is discussed with regard to its distinctness and inclusive relationships. In general, phylogenetic systematic evidence suggest that the use of the term Hydroidomedusae is inappropriate given our current level of understanding. It is concluded that no new, or resurrected, names are necessary before or until a broader phylogenetic revision of the Hydrozoa is accomplished.

Maria Teresa Vinciguerra

A NEW CLASSIFICATION OF ACTINOLAIMOIDEA THORNE, 1939 USING A CLADISTIC APPROACH BY MARIA TERESA VINCIGUERRA Dipartimento di Biologia Animale, Università di Catania, Italia The phylogeny of Actinolaimoidea is investigated using a cladistic approach. The most important diagnostic characters of

Victor M.H. Borden

; or horizontal—that is, by differences in missions or functions. The remainder of this paper explores the demands that higher education institutions face internationally to demonstrate effectiveness to various constituencies, the role of institutional classification in distinguishing among the types

Sondre Torp Helmersen

* The author thanks Gaiane Nuridzhanian for inspiration, support, and comments, and Niccolò Ridi and Stian Øby Johansen for fruitful discussions. 1 Introduction This article concerns the classification of a specific group of fighters in armed conflicts: fighters who are members of a group

Roy Ellen and Angela Muthana

innovating a series of criteria, names, categories and crosscutting classifications drawn from their own cultural experience, and typologies available to them through the comparative ethnography of technology. Using concepts and insights developed in cognitive anthropology, we shall attempt to shed light on a

Richard Richards

Abstract: Classification is pervasive in part because it seems to be presupposed by language. But not all classifications are equivalent. Natural kinds seem to be independent of human conventions and preferences in a way that artificial kinds are not. Biological classification has long been the

Bogdan, Michael

| Nijhoff, Leiden | Boston, 2011, , Chapter sections   1. The Problem pp. 134  2. Classification Based On A Comparative Approach pp. 138  3. Classification Pursuant To The Lex Causae pp. 139  4. Classification Pursuant To The Lex Fori pp. 143  5. Concluding Remarks pp. 147

Chinese Writings on Tea

Classifications and Compilations

Livio Zanini

chashu , as well as in the numbers and types of texts that they consider part of this literary genre. In the present article, I will address the historical evolution and the current state of the classification and compilation of Chinese writings on tea. I will first give an overview of the rise of tea