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Authoritarianism, democracy and de/centralization in federations: what connections? (2023)
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Dardanelli, P., Kincaid, J., Adeney, K., Moscovich, L., Olmeda, J. C., Schlegel, R., …Lacroix Eussler, S. (2023). Authoritarianism, democracy and de/centralization in federations: what connections?. Regional and Federal Studies, 33(5), 577-606. https://doi.org/10.1080/13597566.2023.2274861

What is the impact of democracy/authoritarianism regime change on de/centralization in federations? Based on the annual coding of three politico-institutional aspects, 22 policy fields, and five fiscal categories, this article maps de/centralization... Read More about Authoritarianism, democracy and de/centralization in federations: what connections?.

Negotiating Mongolian ethnic identity through the teaching of Mandarin Chinese as a second language (2022)
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Wu, J., McLelland, N., & Dauncey, S. (2022). Negotiating Mongolian ethnic identity through the teaching of Mandarin Chinese as a second language. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, https://doi.org/10.1080/01434632.2022.2134879

Despite growing attention paid to the language ideologies of teachers as actors in bilingualism or multilingualism studies, little research has examined whether and how power dynamics between majority and minority languages play a role in the promulg... Read More about Negotiating Mongolian ethnic identity through the teaching of Mandarin Chinese as a second language.

Supporting Responsible Research and Innovation within a University-based digital research programme: reflections from the “hoRRIzon” project (2022)
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Portillo, V., Craigon, P., Liz, D., Greenhalgh, C., & Pérez-Vallejos, E. (2022). Supporting Responsible Research and Innovation within a University-based digital research programme: reflections from the “hoRRIzon” project. Journal of Responsible Technology, 12, Article 100045. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrt.2022.100045

Integration of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) principles into a research project is key to ensure outputs are ethically acceptable and socially desirable. However, translating RRI principles into practice is challenging as there are no rec... Read More about Supporting Responsible Research and Innovation within a University-based digital research programme: reflections from the “hoRRIzon” project.