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  • Other research product . 2014
    Open Access Danish
    Christiansen, Janni Jul; Seltoft, Stine; Blauenfeldt, Lea Vyff; Kjær, Christoffer Schyth; Hedegaard, Jens Wendelboe; Frantsen, Mathias Borre; Hansen, Andreas Holm; Reith-Hauberg, Søren;
    Country: Denmark

    This study examines the term ’nature’ and its relation to humans. In an attempt to derive a certain understanding of the complexity of the word, the examination will build on Danish philosopher Hans Fink’s description of modern western culture’s view on nature. To achieve a better understanding of this modern view, the focus of the study lies on a historical examination and analysis of selected works by prominent philosophers, from ancient Greek times to modern ages. These analyses of these periods conclude an undeniable influence on modern day perception of nature. The study assumes that today’s human relation to nature have certain issues regarding vast distancing and exploitation. By this assumption it is this study’s purpose to question whether it is possible to change or renew this relationship in order to obtain a better and more sustainable way of coexisting with nature.

  • Other research product . 2013
    Open Access English
    Bjerre, Andreas; Ching, Rune; Poulsen, Kelly; Holmen, Ida;
    Country: Denmark

    This project deals with addressing low interest in history outside of school, for the target group, male and female students from age 15 to 20. We created the campaign Daily Dose of History, which contains a print media element that leads to an (unmade) website and App. The aim of Daily Dose of History, is to provide the target group with easily digestible historical facts. The project at hand, has two principal aspects 1) testing assumptions regarding low interest in history and 2) getting actual feedback on the printed media product (posters). To analyze and expand on the feedback collected from focus group interviews, we chose the apply theories from Windahl, Rogers and Schrøder. This analysis has generated a greater understanding of our target group and their perception of the product.

  • Open Access English
    Manniche, Osk Anne-Sophie; Petersen, Kjær; Mei-Mei, Maria; Sandlykke Tranberg, Laura; Mara Van Ek, Hanke; van Toor, Fleur; Michelsen, Ann-Sofie;
    Country: Denmark

    : The historical and cultural relations between Iceland and Denmark date back to the Viking age. Today the connection between the two countries are less visible but can be tracked in the Icelandic Educational system where the Danish language is being taught from 7th-10th grade. We investigate the relevance of the Danish language within the Icelandic education system and the experience of the language by interviewing students, politicians, and experts within the field of education as subjects for the study. The findings emphasize how the subjects make meaning of the relevance of the language through their lived world. It can be concluded that it is not only the history between the two countries that dominates the importance of Danish being taught as a subject within the Icelandic education system, but moreover also the important part the language take in connecting Iceland to the rest of the Nordic community in regards to education, labor market, and politics.