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Processability in Scandinavian Second Language Acquisition
This paper reports on a test of the validity of Pienemann's (1998) Processability Theory (PT). This theory predicts that certain morphological and syntactic phenomena are acquired in a fixedExpand
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Second Language Learning
The article presents a broad outline of the history of second-language learning from behaviorism with its emphasis on habit formation and the normative view of errors, through cognitive approachesExpand
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Regional agency and constitution of new paths: a study of agency in early formation of new paths on the west coast of Norway
ABSTRACT This article analyses regional agency in the early phases of new path constitution. We argue that the early stages of new path constitution can be explained by both structural factors andExpand
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Evaluation of an oral health education program for nursing personnel in special housing facilities for the elderly.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of an oral health education program (OHEP) on attitudes among the responsible nursing personnel toward performing oral health procedures for careExpand
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Oral health-related quality-of-life in homebound elderly dependent on moderate and substantial supportive care for daily living
Abstract Objectives. To describe the oral health-related quality-of-life in homebound elderly dependent on moderate and substantial supportive care for daily living. Materials and methods. A total ofExpand
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Parent Attitudes to Children's L1 Maintenance. A Cross-Sectional Study of Immigrant Groups in the Nordic Countries.
This paper focuses on parents' attitudes about their children's maintenance of their native language (1,1). It is part of an inter-nordic study of immigrant languages between generation one andExpand
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Who cares for the oral health of dependent elderly and disabled persons living at home? A qualitative study of case managers' knowledge, attitudes and initiatives.
In 1999 a new law in Sweden granted people receiving a certain level of supportive care from the community the right to receive a free, in-home oral health assessment. Subsequent appraisal hasExpand
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Governance Networks in City-regions: In the Spirit of Democratic Accountability?
Public policy making through networks raises democratic accountability concerns related to lack of control, transparency and predictability. There is a question of how democratic accountability canExpand
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Parallel Language Strategy
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Shaping a Danish Multilingual University’s Language Policy: Gatekeepers and Drivers of Change
Within the last decade, many universities in non-Anglophone Europe have developed new language policies in order to sharpen their international profile. Since 2008, the University of Copenhagen hasExpand
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