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Caroline Dufour

: Swiss Political Science Review 20 (2014), p. 9–13. The first relates to the differentiation of the various social fields over time and their respective forms of capital, which is associated with the emergence of social groups, bearers of a specific habitus. This is how physical force, as a form of capital, has become concentrated and how groups have been created that specialize in legitimate violence, such as armies and police. Jens Arnholtz Hansen, Ole Hammerslev, »Bourdieu og Staten«, in: Praktiske Grunde 1–2 (2010), p. 11–31, at p. 16. The second process is that

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André Ourednik, Guido Koller, Peter Fleer and Stefan Nellen

▪ having its own interests ▪ representing interests of third parties (1939– 1945) o consciously writing to that institution ▪ of which he possesses an own inner representation o assisted by a personnel producing text drafts and modules a given context of writing o in a given place ▪ in which the author has been living for 1–3 years In effect, the Swiss foreign office has noted that the emotional world of ambassadors evolve and diverge with time spent in remote cultural settings. It sought to counter this by limiting the time spent by an envoy in

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Peter Collin, Robert Garot and Timon De Groot

, pp. 1–15; for similar results, refer Hilge Landweer / Dirk Koppelberg: »Der verkannte Zusammenhang von Recht und Emotion«, in: Hilge Landweer / Dirk Koppelberg (eds.): Recht und Emotion 1, Freiburg / München 2016, pp. 13–47, at p. 15. And there is another important difference. In Germany, the discussion concerning legal feelings plays an extremely marginal role; it is almost non-existent in academic teaching. It has never gained a foothold in jurisprudence because of the overpowering influence of legal doctrine; even in legal sociology, which would certainly be

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Alison Frank Johnson

and Nations. The Transformation of an Idea, Toronto 1982; David Gilmore: »Introduction. The Shame of Dishonor«, in: David D. Gilmore (ed.): Honor and Shame and the Unity of the Mediterranean, Washing DC 1987, pp. 2–18; Carolyn Strange / Robert Cribb / Christopher Forth (ed.): Honour, Violence and Emotions in History, London 2014. As Henderson Stewart has discussed, at the heart of most of these definitions is some recognition that honor implies both an internal and an external element. Henderson: »Honor«, p. 13. Pieter Spierenburg emphasizes a tripartite division

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Thomas Rohringer

Introduction Caring for those who suffered physical injuries while defending our severely threatened fatherland and for the families of those who died a hero’s death on the battlefield is not only generally one of the gravest duties of society but also an imperative for the state of highest importance. ÖStA (Österreichisches Staatsarchiv [Wien]), AVA (Allgemeines Verwaltungsarchiv), MdI (Ministerium des Inneren), Praes., 19, Kt. 1862, 19093/1914 Bekämpfung der Kriegsschäden für die Angehörigen der Wehrmacht und ihre Familien. /: Militärversorgungsgesetze und

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Luigi Blanco

identify more homogeneous and solid regional areas. Cesare Correnti: »Fisionomia delle regioni italiche«, in: Il Nipote del Vesta-Verde. Strenna popolare 5 (1852), p.42–61; Cesare Correnti: »Casa nostra«, in: Il Nipote del Vesta-Verde. Strenna popolare 8 (1855), p. 138–164. See also Cesare Correnti: »Nozioni storico-geografiche su ľItalia«, in: Il Nipote del Vesta-Verde. Strenna popolare 1 (1848), p. 13–38. On Correnti as a scholar and politician, see Marco Soresina: ›Non potendo esser fiori contentiamoci di essere radici‹. Una biografia di Cesare Correnti, Milano 2014

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Peter Becker

relation between state and subjects. Citizens were expected to show respect (Achtung) for the state and its representatives. Respect, as the Kantian philosopher Wilhelm Traugott Krug put it, is an emotion directed towards people. The contemporary Brockhaus encyclopaedia even characterised respect as one of the »highest and purest of rational emotions«, as a »sentiment of complete and purely moral acceptance of the character of another person and their way of acting«. Brockhaus Conversations-Lexikon. Allgemeine deutsche Real-Enzyklopädie, vol. 1, Leipzig 13 1882, p. 111

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The ›Head of Household‹

A Long Normative History of a Statistical Category in the U.K

Kerstin Brückweh

Acker, »Women and Social Stratification. A Case of Intellectual Sexism«, in: American Journal of Sociology 78 (1973), p. 936–945; Margrit Eichler, The Double Standard. A Feminist Critique of Feminist Social Science, London 1980, esp. chapter 4; Ann Oakley, Subject Women, London 1981, chapter 13; Christine Delphy, »Women in Stratification Studies«, in: Helen Roberts (Ed.), Doing Feminist Research, London 1981, p. 114–128; Andrew Cooper, »Sex, Gender and Society«, in: Ivan Reid, Eileen Wormald (Eds.), Sex Differences in Britain, London 1982; Sheila Allen, »Gender

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Jean-Baptiste Fressoz

vaccine »was the result of the perfection that the science of government has recently acquired in France«. Another vaccinator praised the government for giving to the vaccine »an administrative form, and even the power of the law«. The setting up of a permanent committee on vaccination was indeed a momentous transformation in the management of expertise in France. According to Chaptal, the issue of vaccination »must cease to be medical and become a matter for the government«. AAM V1, Comité de la vaccine, séance du 13 Nivôse an XII (4 janvier 1804). During the

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Rupert Gaderer

colleague Gustav Specht spoke of an enhanced sense of justice, Cited in Raecke: Der Querulantenwahn, p. 13. and the psychiatrist Julius Raeck surmised that litigious paranoia came from an overexcited sense of justice. Cited in Raecke: Der Querulantenwahn, p. 75. In such psychiatric discourses, the drive behind querulency was taken to be a sense of justice that deviated from the norm. The abnormality of quarrelers was based on the fact that their sense of justice was seen to be exaggerated, excessive, unrestrained, and immoderate. The quarreler was observed to be an