Why and how do the formal regulations increase the risk of precarity within migrant care work



Torun, Zerrin (2016-01-01)
Europeanization refers to the impact of the European Union polity and policy-making on the national level. This article argues that a moderate (modernist) constructivist approach is necessary to analyse Europeanization of foreign, security and defence policies of EU member states. This is because this approach attributes constitutive and transformative roles to the social and ideational factors that emerge as a result of interaction in institutions. Furthermore, the intergovernmental and consensual nature o...
Why is a Moderate Constructivist Approach Necessary to Analyse Europeanization of Foreign, Security and Defence Policies?
Torun, Zerrin (2016-12-01)
Why Are Federal Arrangements not a Panacea for Containing Ethnic Nationalism? Lessons from the Post-Soviet Russian Experience
Tanrısever, Oktay Fırat (Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2009-12-01)
Federal arrangements have been considered by some thinkers as a panacea for containing ethnic nationalism in the ethnically defined regions. This article challenges this view by arguing that federal institutions may enable ethnic nationalists in the ethnically defined regions to consolidate their power through the guarantees that they receive from the federal centre. Although the post-Soviet Russian leadership under Boris Yeltsin sought to use federalism as a tool for containing ethnic nationalism, Russia's...
Why Would Opt-Out System for Organ Procurement Be Fairer?
CİVANER, MUSTAFA MURAT; Alpinar, Zumrut; Ors, Yaman (2010-01-01)
The possibility of organ transplantation has created new problems for medical ethics as well as clinical medicine. One of them, organ procurement, is tried to be solved mainly by two systems. Many countries have adopted the 'opt-in system', which aims to raise awareness and make the individuals donate their organs by their own will. The other system, 'optout' or 'presumed consent', which considers all members of society as potential donors, was adopted by some countries. In this system, individuals should s...
Why does Kevlar decompose, while Nomex does not, when treated with aqueous chlorine solutions?
Akdağ, Akın; Worley, S. D.; Broughton, R. M.; Webb, T. R.; Bray, Travis H. (American Chemical Society (ACS), 2007-05-01)
Kevlar and Nomex are high-performance polymers which have wide varieties of applications in daily life. Recently, they have been proposed to be biocidal materials when reacted with household bleach (sodium hypochlorite solution) because they contain amide moieties which can be chlorinated to generate biocidal N-halamine functional groups. Although Nomex can be chlorinated without any significant decomposition, Kevlar decomposes under the same chlorination conditions. In this study, two mimics for each of th...
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H. İ. Rittersberger and H. S. Kalaycıoğlu, “Why and how do the formal regulations increase the risk of precarity within migrant care work,” 2018, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/86342.