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    • The global regime of language recognition 

      Kamusella, Tomasz Dominik (2012-11-21) - Journal article
      There is no universally accepted working linguistic definition of a language; the distinction between a dialect and a language is a political question. On the basis of a discussion of this problem, the article proposes ...
    • Lone wolves in cyberspace 

      Weimann, Gabriel (Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, University of St Andrews, 2012-09-22) - Journal article
      Lone-wolf terrorism has been regarded as a serious threat to public safety in recent years. Moreover, the phenomenon appears to be increasing at an alarming rate. However, the gap between the perceived threat of lone-wolf ...
    • Multihoming with ILNP in FreeBSD 

      Simpson, Bruce (University of St Andrews, 2016-06-21) - Thesis
      Multihoming allows nodes to be multiply connected to the network. It forms the basis of features which can improve network responsiveness and robustness; e.g. load balancing and fail-over, which can be considered as a ...
    • Primary education in Vietnam and pupil online engagement 

      Nguyen, Quynh; Naguib, Raouf; Das, Ashish; Papathomas, Michail; Vallar, Edgar; Wickramasinghe, Nilmini; Santos, Gil Nonato; Galvez, Maria Cecilia; Nguyen, Viet (2018-01-08) - Journal article
      Purpose This paper focuses on exploring the disparities in social awareness and use of the Internet between urban and rural school children in the North of Vietnam. Approach A total of 525 pupils, aged 9 to 11 years old, ...
    • Resolving embarrassing medical conditions with online health information 

      Redston, Sarah; de Botte, Sharon; Smith, Carl (2018-06) - Journal article
      Purpose: Reliance on online health information is proliferating and the Internet has the potential to revolutionize the provision of public health information. The anonymity of online health information may be particularly ...
    • The social lives of UK fashion blogs 

      Eldred, Susan A (University of St Andrews, 2013-11-30) - Thesis
      This thesis is the result of twenty-five months of ethnographic fieldwork, both online and offline, in the United Kingdom working with London-based fashion bloggers. It aims to examine the ways that bloggers negotiate ...
    • Virtuous learning environments: the library and the VLE 

      MacColl, John (MCB UP Ltd, 2001) - Journal article
      This paper describes the growing use of virtual learning environments (VLE) in learning and teaching in UK higher education. The distinction between content management and its presentation by web delivery systems is ...
    • World wide wandering: e-drifting in Paris and London 

      Overend, David (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2013-12) - Journal article
      This article documents and reflects on a series of ‘e-drifts’ conducted in 2012 through the physical and virtual spaces of Paris and London. E-drifting is proposed as a new form of cultural pathfinding for a contemporary ...