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Articles from Springer a leading global scientific publisher of scientific books and journals. - dna immigration @ Mon, 24 Sep 2018 at 07:31 AM
Genetics and Tropical Forests - Tropical Forestry Handbook @ 2021-01-01
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Genetics and Tropical Forests - Tropical Forestry Handbook @ 2021-01-01
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This chapter broadens the discussion of hierarchical ethnic nationhood in the context of ethnic return migration, from the current narrow focus on the labor market to the often-neglected issue of formal membership in a nation-state. It examines the issue of formal membership from two perspectives: 1) access (or roadblocks) to formal membership, and; 2) the nature of substantive citizenship after securing a formal membership. Analyzing 62 court cases where Joseonjok challenged the denial of their applications, it identifies roadblocks that Joseonjok face in their path to acquiring formal citizenship. Based on a survey data among Joseonjok who have secured formal membership, it evaluates the substantive nature of Joseonjok’s formal membership and demonstrates how hierarchical ethnic nationhood persists even for those who have secured formal membership in Korea.
 
Identification: Biometrics, or a Real-Time ‘Who Is Who’ - Counter-Terrorism Technologies @ 2019-01-01
In this first chapter of the book’s second part, I argue that the best way to deal with terrorism is to nip a planned terrorist attack in the bud. One way to do so is by discerning innocent citizens who have a right to be at certain locations from those who have not, and whose intentions are dubious, via a swift and reliable but non-intrusive identification and verification process. I introduce the main biometrics that are used in this regard, first discussing physical biometrics such as facial recognition, iris scans, voice scans or fingerprints, to then move on to behavioural ones such as one’s gait. Since most of them are not (yet) fool proof, especially not as stand-alone technologies, I make the case for multimodal-based biometric systems which currently are under development.
 
The aim of this chapter is to examine the European discourse during the immigration crisis (2015–2017) and the policies set as means of expressing solidarity in practice among the EU states. Firstly, the theoretical framework of solidarity and the European Union’s perspective of solidarity are discussed in detail. Then, the focus is moved toward three main European policies on migration, hence the Dublin Regulation on family reunification, relocation, and the EU-Turkey agreement.
 
A Hybrid Bio—Inspired Algorithm for Protein Domain Problems - Advances in Nature-Inspired Computing and Applications @ 2019-01-01
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A Hybrid Bio—Inspired Algorithm for Protein Domain Problems - Advances in Nature-Inspired Computing and Applications @ 2019-01-01
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A Hybrid Bio—Inspired Algorithm for Protein Domain Problems - Advances in Nature-Inspired Computing and Applications @ 2019-01-01
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A Hybrid Bio—Inspired Algorithm for Protein Domain Problems - Advances in Nature-Inspired Computing and Applications @ 2019-01-01
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A Hybrid Bio—Inspired Algorithm for Protein Domain Problems - Advances in Nature-Inspired Computing and Applications @ 2019-01-01
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A Hybrid Bio—Inspired Algorithm for Protein Domain Problems - Advances in Nature-Inspired Computing and Applications @ 2019-01-01
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A Hybrid Bio—Inspired Algorithm for Protein Domain Problems - Advances in Nature-Inspired Computing and Applications @ 2019-01-01
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A Hybrid Bio—Inspired Algorithm for Protein Domain Problems - Advances in Nature-Inspired Computing and Applications @ 2019-01-01
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A Hybrid Bio—Inspired Algorithm for Protein Domain Problems - Advances in Nature-Inspired Computing and Applications @ 2019-01-01
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A Hybrid Bio—Inspired Algorithm for Protein Domain Problems - Advances in Nature-Inspired Computing and Applications @ 2019-01-01
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A Hybrid Bio—Inspired Algorithm for Protein Domain Problems - Advances in Nature-Inspired Computing and Applications @ 2019-01-01
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A Hybrid Bio—Inspired Algorithm for Protein Domain Problems - Advances in Nature-Inspired Computing and Applications @ 2019-01-01
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Human migration has never been a one-way movement, but over the past several decades, there has been an increasing trend of peoples moving back to their “ancestral homelands.” South Korea is no exception. Beginning in the late-1980s, tens of thousands of ethnic Koreans have returned to South Korea, both on a temporary and permanent basis. There are both underlying and explicit processes and factors that make diasporic return possible, of which state policy—and more specifically diaspora engagement policy—is one of the most salient. This paper purports to identify and explain the forces that have shaped that policy. On the surface, this may not seem to be a particularly difficult task. Yet, under the surface, the issue is more complicated.
 
The Human Respiratory Microbiome: The End of the Beginning? - Essentials in Lung Transplantation @ 2019-01-01
The human respiratory microbiome is a subset of the human microbiome which comprises all organisms that live on and in the human body, including bacteria, fungi, viruses, bacteriophages and archaea. Once considered sterile, we now know that the lungs harbour a rich diversity of organisms which may vary temporally and spatially within the lungs, the so called pulmonary microbiome. Perturbations of which, occasioned by acute infections and immune suppression, may lead to a state of dysbiosis, the full implications of which are not yet known. So, it is a most engaging time to be involved in the exploration of the diversity and richness of this part of the respiratory microbiome in particular, especially as new tools, including next generation sequencing are beginning to answer fundamental questions. Much work remains to be done but we are in sight of the end of the beginning.
 
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