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Nils Hans, Heike Hanhörster, Jan Polívka and Sabine Beißwenger

werden zunächst Charakteristika von Ankunftsräumen sowie die Dynamiken, die diesen Räumen zugeschrieben werden, eingeführt. Dies geschieht auf Grundlage des Buches „Arrival City" von Doug Saunders (2011) . Die drei zentralen Dynamiken, die die Ressourcenzugänge der in Ankunftsräumen Lebenden beeinflussen, werden in Kapitel 3 genauer im Kontext der bestehenden Literatur reflektiert. In Kapitel 4 wird abschließend diskutiert, welchen Mehrwert ein genaueres Verstehen von Ankunftsräumen hat und inwieweit die Kontexteffekt-Debatte davon profitieren kann. 2 Neue

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Wang Biao and He Cheng

D DOA estimation of multiple sound sources based on spatially constrained beamforming driven by intensity vectors,2016 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP),pp.96-100,May 2016. 4. Shigeaki Okumura, Hirofumi Taki,Toru Sato.:Stabilization techniques for high resolution ultrasound imaging using beam space Capon method,2015 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP),pp.892-896,2015. 5. Zaidao Wen, Biao Hou , Licheng Jiao .:Joint Sparse Recovery With Semi

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Zhong-Zhen Yang, Gang Chen and Dong-Ping Song

References 1. Bazzazi, M., Safaei, N., & Javadian, N. (2009). A genetic algorithm to solve the storage space allocation problem in a container terminal . Computers & Industrial Engineering, Volume 56, Pages 44-52. 2. Bierwirth, C., & Meisel, F. (2010). A survey of berth allocation and quay crane scheduling problems in container terminals . European Journal of Operational Research, Volume 202, Pages 615-627. 3. Chang, D., Jiang, Z., Yan, W., & He, J. (2010). Integrating berth allocation and quay crane

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Burcu Togral Koca

supported by grass-roots movements. The city witnessed several public campaigns of solidarity and a host of civil society initiatives to facilitate integration. Rising numbers of refugees, however, also created new spaces of contestation especially in areas related to the labor market, housing, education, and so on. Against this backdrop, this article analyzes how the established Turkish migrant community has interpreted and responded to the arrival of Syrian refugees in Berlin and whether their responses have prompted new patterns and relations of contestation and

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Jianfeng Liu

Yumin, “An improved forward/backward spatial smoothing Root-MUSIC algorithm based signal decorrelation,” Proc. of IEEE WARTIA, pp. 1252-1255, 2014. doi: 10.1109/LSP.2013.2294676 [7] M. D. Zoltowski, S. D. Silverstein, and C. P. Mathews, “Beam-space root-MUSIC for minimum redundancy linear arrays,” IEEE Trans. on SignalProcessing,vol.41,no.7,pp.2502-2507,1993. doi: 10.1109/78.224260 [8] Wei Wang, Xianpeng Wang, Xin Li, and Hongru Song, “DOA estimation for monostatic MIMO radar based on unitary root-MUSIC,” International Journal of

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Fataneh Farahani

and the cultural politics of self and community in the diaspora’, Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 180-199. Bilgin, E 2004, An analysis of Turkish modernity through discourses of masculinity. Available from: http://etd.lib.metu.edu.tr/upload/12605575/index.pdf Bourdieu, P 1987, ‘What makes a social class? On the theoretical and practical existence of groups’, Berkeley Journal of Sociology, vol. 32, pp. 1-17. Bourdieu, P 1989, ‘Social space

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Joanna Kowalczyk-Anioł

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The primary aim of the article is to present the scope and character of tourism in Łódź, between 2000 and 2014. The author will show both the overall changes in numbers of registered tourists during those 15 years, its distribution within the city in the last year, and the number and specificity of foreign arrivals (non-residents). Based on surveys in 2009-12, the author will discuss the structure of tourism in Łódź, taking into consideration one-day visitors and tourists, tourism consumption and distribution within the city space.

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R. Agarwal and R.K. Mishra

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José Manuel Martins

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3D film’s explicit new space depth arguably provides both an enhanced realistic quality to the image and a wealth of more acute visual and haptic sensations (a ‘montage of attractions’) to the increasingly involved spectator. But David Cronenberg’s related ironic remark that “cinema as such is from the outset a ‘special effect’” should warn us against the geometrical naiveté of such assumptions, within a Cartesian ocularcentric tradition for long overcome by Merleau-Ponty’s embodiment of perception and Deleuze’s notion of the self-consistency of the artistic sensation and space. Indeed, ‘2D’ traditional cinema already provides the accomplished “fourth wall effect,” enclosing the beholder behind his back within a space that no longer belongs to the screen (nor to ‘reality’) as such, and therefore is no longer ‘illusorily’ two-dimensional. This kind of totally absorbing, ‘dream-like’ space, metaphorical for both painting and cinema, is illustrated by the episode Crows in Kurosawa’s Dreams (1990). Such a space requires the actual effacement of the empirical status of spectator, screen, and film as separate dimensions, and it is precisely the 3D characteristic unfolding of merely frontal space layers (and film events) out of the screen towards us (and sometimes above the heads of the spectators before us) that reinstalls at the core of the film-viewing phenomenon a regressive struggle with reality and with different degrees of realism, originally overcome by film since the Lumière’s Arrival of a Train at Ciotat (L’Arrivée d’un train en gare de la Ciotat, 1896) seminal demonstration. Through an analysis of crucial aspects in Avatar (James Cameron, 2009) and the recent Cave of Forgotten Dreams (Werner Herzog, 2010), both dealing with historical and ontological deepening processes of ‘going inside,’ we shall try to show how the formal and technically advanced component of those 3D-depth films impairs, on the contrary, their apparent conceptual purpose on the level of contents, and we will assume, drawing on Merleau-Ponty and Deleuze, that this technological mistake is due to a lack of recognition of the nature of perception and sensation in relation to space and human experience.

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Elizabeth P. Motswapong, Mmapula D. Kebaneilwe, Tshenolo J. Madigele, Musa W. Dube, Senzokuhle D. Setume and Tirelo Moroka-Modie

. London: Routledge. Deszcz-Tryhubczak, J. and Marecki, M. 2015. “Understanding Motherhood as Maturation: Maternity Scripts in Lois Lowry’s Son.” Child Lit Educ 46:190ff. Dube, Musa, W., Kgalemang, M., Kebaneilwe M.D., Motswapong, E.P., Mmolai, S.K., Gabaitse, R, Kuswani-Ntloedibe, S. Setume, Senzokuhle, D. Sesiro, Doreen. Modie-Moroka, Tirelo. 2016. “ Botho/Ubuntu and Community Building in the Urban Space: An Exploration of Naomi, Laban, Bridal and Baby Showers in Gaborone/Botho/Ubuntu Project” Proposal Submitted to Nagel Institute. USA. Dube, Musa