Aspectos sociales y fiscales en las minas romanas del Alto by Luis Arboledas Martinez

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Der grosse Pöbel- und Sklavenaufstand: Nietzsches Auseinandersetzung mit Revolution und Demokratie

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Einleitung
Seite 1
I
Nietzsches Urteil tiber die Franz6sische Revolution
Seite 8
II
Rousseau , Kant und die Moralitat der Revolution
Seite 26
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Der Umsturz als Autoritatszerfall.
Nietzsches Beschaftigung mit der Geschichte der Revolution
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Die offizielle und die verborgene Revolution
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1848 - spate Folgen einer gescheiterten Revolution
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Die soziale Revolution und die sozialistische Bewegung
Seite 141
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Aspekte der Demokratisierung
Seite 189
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Der hohere Mensch und seine demokratische Herkunfi
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Revolutionare Hoffnungen eines unpolitischen Menschen
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Schluss
Seire 296
Anmerkungen
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Bibliographie
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Who enforces them? Do people comply with the rules? Who decides what particular forms of collective action need to be reinforced? Who do they turn to when problems arise? Who helps to resolve their problems? Do any particular types of conflicts arise? How are conflicts resolved? Community level 6. What sort of collective action has there been, and what sort is currently taking place within the communities? What is the history of community participation and the nature of current activities? 7. How do the roles of government and development agencies relate to that of community participation?

However, it also pays attention to social positions that different individuals occupy and the role of local practices and cultural forces that shape people’s lives (Porter 1993). 4 ETHNOGRAPHY – ALTERNATIVE RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Realism Ethnography is characterised in terms of its own diversity of epistemology. Here, I will focus only on three epistemological standpoints: the positivist, social constructionist, and realist. These three perspectives share a common assumption: that social knowledge is generated in the ‘field’ and gained from observation (Atkinson et al.

However, their disagreement lies in the role of researchers, the nature of knowledge, and the validity of data. 1 compares and contrasts their commonalities and differences. 1 phy Comparing and contrasting three epistemological standpoints of ethnograPositivist ethnography Social constructionist ethnography Realist ethnography Role of researcher Researchers as ‘neutral’ data collector Researchers are not ‘neutral’, their identity and cultural backgrounds affect their observation Researchers are not ‘neutral’, their identity and cultural backgrounds affect observation Nature of knowledge ‘Telling it like it is’, objective observation ‘Objective’ knowledge is impossible; knowledge is situated, partial, and subjective; knowledge is constructed by both researchers and the researched Knowledge is subjective and partial; knowledge is not wholly constructed between researchers and the researched; structures exist independently of agents’ awareness; non-verbal discourses are stressed Complexity of knowledge Only one ‘true’ telling Multiple, complex and conflicting realities Multiple, complex, and conflicting realities Way of dealing with subjectivity Standardisation of all research problems Methodological triangulation; reflexivity Methodological triangulation; reflexivity Validity Universally valid knowledge which can be replicated Findings are contextdependent, unlikely to be replicated Findings are contextdependent, unlikely to be replicated Sources: ideas from Brewer (2000) and Atkinson (et al.

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