Wolfgang Seibel

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The present paper introduces and compares two alternative perspectives on hybridity. One is the perspective of hybrids being located at the interface of dominant ‘sectors’ such as the private for-profit sector, the public sector and the civil society or nonprofit sector. The alternative perspective focuses on a combination of sector-specific governance(More)
Referring to the growing importance of international intervention and the obvious role of political communication in preparing and implementing related missions, the present paper explores the potential of discourse theory and policy-analysis for the understanding of international peace operations and humanitarian interventions. Focusing on temporality and(More)
In the 1960s and 1970s, composite flours very often found themselves at the focus of attention in European and international cereal research. Most of the studies in this field were supported by the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations). In these two decades, bread consumption increased continuously in many of the developing(More)
The modern consumer is very much interested in healthy food. The reason is that a special group of consumers is focusing more and more attention on health and nutrition problems. Further, there is increased emphasis on education in food science at universities as well as polytechnics. For some years worldwide dietary goals are published with the intention(More)
The modern consumer is very much interested in healthy food. The reason is that a special group of consumers is focusing more and more attention on health and nutrition problems. Further, there is increased emphasis on education in food science at universities as well as polytechnics. For some years worldwide dietary goals are published with the intention(More)
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