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The marking of the 'Geisteswissenschaften': a case of boundary work?
The paper is concerned with the making of the German humanities. To address this topic, the boundary work approach is applied to the late 19th century, a historical episode that has been crucial for the formation of an ...
CSR public policies in India´s democracy: ambiguities in the political regulation of corporate conduct
The rise of public policies in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) suggests a reassertion of state power over a phenomenon initially designed to weaken public authorities. But depending on policy objectives ...
The bipolarity of democracy and authoritarianism: value patterns, inclusion roles and forms of internal differentiation of political systems
After World War II the political world was shaped by the ideological bipolarity of capitalism and socialism/communism for nearly 50 years. And there was a second bipolarity formulated by the distinction of democracy and ...
Beyond the Google ngram viewer: bibliographic databases and journal archives as tools for the quantitative analysis of scientific and meta-scientific concepts
In the last years the Google Ngram Viewer has become a popular tool for quick and dirty analyses of how certain concepts emerge and develop over time. So far most scholars using this tool do not reflect on its methodological ...