Wijfjes and Dr. The thesis returns to the period before the explosive rise of YouTube. This particular era has been largely ignored in Dutch media history. In this thesis the gap is filled and it is revealed that video was able to capture popular imagination for a considerable amount of time during the second half of the twentieth century. By studying a wide array of sometimes forgotten sources, from official as well as private archives, a new picture emerges of a turbulent time in which the possibilities of video were understood in various ways. Whereas the idealistic collective claimed video to bring about socio-political change, and to give a voice to the under-represented, outspoken members of the amateur film club regarded the use of video as a threat to the cherished hobby and the spirit of community.
Hegel's Philosophy of the Historical Religions
Hegel's Philosophy of the Historical Religions | Brill
Lammertsma vu. Nitrilium ions have been well-established in organic chemistry for many decades, but recent developments show them to be far more versatile than hitherto recognized. They are known as stable salts, can be generated in situ , or are present as transient intermediates. We provide a succinct, but comprehensive review on the synthesis, stability, and reactivity of nitrilium ions as synthons for imines, their use in the synthesis of a large spectrum of heterocycles, and their reactions with transition metal complexes. By offering this overview, we aim for a renewed focus on readily accessible and simple to use nitrilium ions as valuable reagents for the synthesis of organic compounds. If you are not the author of this article and you wish to reproduce material from it in a third party non-RSC publication you must formally request permission using Copyright Clearance Center. Go to our Instructions for using Copyright Clearance Center page for details.
Teamwork of clinical teachers in postgraduate medical training
Teamwork among clinical teachers is essential for continuous improvement of postgraduate medical training. This thesis deconstructs teamwork in four studies, mostly based on qualitative research approaches and one study utilizes mixed methods. The programme directors as leaders focus more on teaching activities than on the collective ambition and mutual engagement of clinical teachers. This series of four studies explores teamwork among clinical teachers in postgraduate medical training.