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Sequence and the rise of auteurism in 1950s Britain
Erik Hedling

extraordinaire and the notion of the authored art film. Sweden had Ingmar Bergman, Italy had, for instance, Fellini, Rossellini, Visconti, and Antonioni, France had the Cahiers du Cinéma generation, towards the end of decade represented by the breakthrough of the nouvelle vague , with Truffaut, Godard, Rohmer and Chabrol. Traditionally, Britain has been said to have missed out on the development of auteurism

in British cinema of the 1950s
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Mia-Marie Hammarlin

’s effects in the form of exclusion and public shaming. When an unusual experience such as this one becomes more common, it will probably also become less threatening. At the same time, the functions for preservation on the global Internet mean that it becomes increasingly difficult for scandalised people to begin anew, to be given a second chance. In the digital era scandals are stickier than ever, being virtually impossible to wash off. In addition, it is possible to discern a certain satiety in the Swedish audiences, at least when it comes to political scandals. It

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Clusters of knowledge
Julia Roberts and Kathleen Sheppard

and an end to Salač’s Francophile leanings. Gustavsson’s chapter similarly examines international relationships between scholars, in this case between the Swedish savant Oscar Montelius and his Italian counterparts. Montelius is best known for his work on seriation and although he is now seen primarily as a ‘Nordic’ ROBERTS 9781526134554 PRINT.indd 9 03/12/2019 08:56 10 Communities and knowledge production in archaeology scholar he travelled extensively in Europe and wrote the first work on prehistoric Italy. Gustavsson’s chapter reveals how much more there is

in Communities and knowledge production in archaeology
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Understanding the violence of the benevolent welfare state in Norway
Nerina Weiss

manage on his own, explains: When I left [the reception centre] and came to Oslo everything stopped. Because in Norway, unlike in Sweden, when you leave the camp you are on your own. … Once you leave the camp, then that is the end of it. No allowances from immigration so you really have to either get a job, or get somebody to help you. It was that simple. The trauma of waiting 201 While Gordon had a social network in Norway that supported him and helped him to find accommodation and work, many refugees have neither resources nor networks. In spite of the voluntary

in Refugees and the violence of welfare bureaucracies in Northern Europe
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Paul Greenough, Stuart Blume, and Christine Holmberg

status. This chapter links the role of public figures and ideas of ‘anti-vaccination’ to the erosion of trust within, and between, strata of the British class system. In modern Sweden, with its rather different social system, and which began to vaccinate early, vaccination has tended to adhere to the idea of Swedish national ‘solidarity’. Britta Lundgren and Martin Holmberg's chapter shows this ideal eroded by a scandal that surrounded

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Sibylle Bauer and Eric Remacle

Court of First Instance to annul the Council decision made at the ministerial level and to order the Council to bear the costs of the case (European Court of Justice 1999 , para. 32). The Court ruled positively regarding both aspects and requested the Council to consider partial access to the document (para. 87). The Council, supported by Spain, appealed against this ruling, while Heidi Hautala was supported by Denmark, France, Finland, Sweden and

in Rethinking European Union Foreign Policy
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Sven Rubenson, Amsalu Aklilu, Shiferaw Bekele, and Samuel Shiferaw 

of the high priest, we recalled the word of Christ, which he told his disciples, Matthew 10, 16–18. The grace of Our Lord Jesus Christ be with you. Nigusē, Amanu’ēl, Yohannis, Ēlsabēṭ. _________________ EFS, E I 24, 173a–d, Swedish translation incorporated in a letter dated 2 Oct. 1881, from B. P. Lundahl to J. Neander at mission headquarters in Stockholm. Since Nigusē’s and Amanu’ēl’s letter has first travelled from Ballī, a Protestant mission station in Oromo to Imkullu, our dating is obviously very tentative. The writers of the letter are Nigusē Tasho and Amanu

in Colonial Powers and Ethiopian Frontiers 1880–1884
Dimitris N. Chryssochoou, Michael J. Tsinisizelis, Stelios Stavridis, and Kostas Ifantis

Commissioner per member state, appointment of the Commission by common accord of national governments, strengthening of the President, no hierarchy of Commissioners UK Limit to the number of Commissioners Spain Limit to the number of Commissioners Portugal One Commissioner per member state, more Vice-Presidents, internal reorganisation of the Commission Austria One Commissioner per member state, more Vice-Presidents, internal reorganisation of the Commission Sweden One Commissioner per member state, more Vice-Presidents, internal reorganisation of the Commission

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's Romani ethnicity. However, the article did include a photo of a beggar on the street with the caption: ‘Roma panhandler in Sweden, 2013’ (Euractiv, 2014 ). There was no discussion on how the photo of a Romani beggar allegedly from Sweden related to the Dano case, if it was not for the previous reports that mobile Romani migrants commit social assistance fraud as ‘welfare tourists’ (Geddes and Hadj Abdou, 2016 ). Most of the newspaper articles on welfare tourism ignored practices such as ‘dental tourism’ (Österle et al. , 2009 ), whereby British citizens travel to

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Geoffrey K. Roberts and Patricia Hogwood

-right government depends on its support for a parliamentary majority, the DF now holds a key position within the party system. Finland Population 5.2 million (2000) Capital Helsinki Territory 338,145 sq. km GDP per capita US$24,414 (2000) Unemployment 9.7 per cent of workforce (2000) State form Republic. Finland was part of the Kingdom of Sweden until 1809 when it became an autonomous Grand Duchy under

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