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    Norwegen : ein demokratisches Königreich

    Christensen, Christian Arthur Richard
    Oslo : Dreyers
    1962
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    Title: Norwegen : ein demokratisches Königreich / Chr. A. R. Christensen
    Author: Christensen, Christian Arthur Richard
    Publisher: Oslo : Dreyers
    Date: 1962
    Format: 45 p. : ill.
    RERO No.: R007491464
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    Effects of space charge on the mass purification in Penning traps

    Herlert, Alexander
    Borgmann, Christopher, Fink, Daniel, Holm Christensen, Christian, Kowalska, Magdalena, Naimi, Sarah
    Hyperfine Interactions. - 2011/199/1-3/211-220
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    Title: Effects of space charge on the mass purification in Penning traps
    Author: Herlert, Alexander
    Contributor: Borgmann, Christopher; Fink, Daniel; Holm Christensen, Christian; Kowalska, Magdalena; Naimi, Sarah
    Subject: Penning trap - Space charge - Radioactive ion beam
    Description: The influence of space charge on the mass selection of ions stored in a Penning trap was investigated with the ISOLTRAP experiment at CERN/ISOLDE. A mixture of 85,87Rb +  ions has been used to probe the change of the experimental parameters, e.g. frequencies and amplitudes of the radiofrequency excitations, as a function of the number of ions present in the trap
    Linked entry: Hyperfine Interactions. - 2011/199/1-3/211-220
    Host document: Hyperfine Interactions
    Identifier: 10.1007/s10751-011-0316-6 (DOI)

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    WikiLeaks and the Afterlife of Collateral Murder

    Christensen, Christian
    International Journal of Communication, 2014, Vol.8, pp.2593-2602 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: WikiLeaks and the Afterlife of Collateral Murder
    Author: Christensen, Christian
    Subject: Social Sciences ; Media And Communications ; Samhällsvetenskap ; Medie- Och Kommunikationsvetenskap ; Wikileaks ; Journalism ; War ; Visual Culture ; Iraq ; Collateral Murder ; Video
    Description: In this essay, the author considers not only what is shown in the WikiLeaks Collateral Murder video but reflects upon what the act of uploading this video symbolized and continues to symbolize and how the multifaceted symbolic value of the video has led to its steady inscription and reinscription into the public consciousness during a wide variety of popular and political debates. Apart from the disturbing content of the film, showing a potentially criminal act, the author argues that the uploading of the film was itself an act of dissent and, thus, a challenge to U.S. power. This combination of content and context makes the WikiLeaks Collateral Murder video an interesting case study that touches upon several key areas within academic study.
    Is part of: International Journal of Communication, 2014, Vol.8, pp.2593-2602
    Identifier: 1932-8036 (ISSN); 1932-8036 (ISSN)

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    Journalists on social media: Politics, privacy, personal branding

    Christensen, Christian
    Popular communication, 02 October 2018, Vol.16(4), pp.245-247 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
    Taylor & Francis (Taylor & Francis Group)
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    Title: Journalists on social media: Politics, privacy, personal branding
    Author: Christensen, Christian
    Subject: Journalism & Communications
    Description: In late 2017, the New York Times issued new guidelines to its staff on the use of social media. In these guidelines, journalists were reminded that, as employees, their use of social media—whether work-related or private—could have a detrimental effect upon the organization. As New York Times management put it: “In social media posts, our journalists must not express partisan opinions, promote political views, endorse candidates, make offensive comments or do anything else that undercuts The Times’ journalistic reputation.” The New York Times went on to tell its employees that while they may think that their social media accounts are private, “everything we post or ‘like’ online is to some degree public. And everything we do in public is likely to be associated with The Times.”
    Is part of: Popular communication, 02 October 2018, Vol.16(4), pp.245-247
    Identifier: 1540-5702 (ISSN); 1540-5710 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/15405702.2018.1548019 (DOI)

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    My First Piece About Social Media: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

    Christensen, Christian
    Social media + society, 29 April 2015, Vol.1(1) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    The advantage of starving: success in cannibalistic encounters among wolf spiders

    Petersen, Anja, Nielsen, Kristian T, Christensen, Christian B, Toft, Søren
    Behavioral Ecology, 2010, Vol. 21(5), pp.1112-1117 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: The advantage of starving: success in cannibalistic encounters among wolf spiders
    Author: Petersen, Anja; Nielsen, Kristian T; Christensen, Christian B; Toft, Søren
    Subject: Araneae ; Cannibalism ; Hunger ; Lycosidae ; Predation ; Size Difference
    Description: Both hunger and body size differences increase the likelihood that an encounter between 2 predators turns into a cannibalistic event. Two hypotheses with opposite predictions can be proposed to explain how hunger influences cannibalism. The first claims that starvation weakens individuals, which then fall victim more easily to conspecifics that are more successful foragers or in better condition. The other suggests that starvation increases aggressiveness and willingness to take risks, so that starved individuals might more often become cannibals. We staged encounters between pairs of wolf spiders ( Pardosa prativaga ) of different body mass ratios, where either one was satiated and the other was starved or both were satiated. In 2 experiments, we found that in encounters between a hungry and a satiated spider of the same mass, the hungry spider was most often the cannibal. We also found an interaction between hunger asymmetry and body mass asymmetry in the likelihood of cannibalism occurring and the time taken until the cannibalistic event. These results support the second hypothesis that predicts that success in cannibalism will result from increased aggression and risk taking induced by hunger. Our results have implications for the consequences of cannibalism at population and community levels because they assign an increased emphasis on intracohort cannibalism resulting from food limitation.
    Is part of: Behavioral Ecology, 2010, Vol. 21(5), pp.1112-1117
    Identifier: 1045-2249 (ISSN); 1465-7279 (E-ISSN); 10.1093/beheco/arq119 (DOI)

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    WikiLeaks, Transparency, and Privacy: A Discussion with Birgitta Jónsdóttir

    Christensen, Christian, Jónsdóttir, Birgitta
    International Journal of Communication, 2014, Vol.8, pp.2558-2566 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: WikiLeaks, Transparency, and Privacy: A Discussion with Birgitta Jónsdóttir
    Author: Christensen, Christian; Jónsdóttir, Birgitta
    Subject: Social Sciences ; Media And Communications ; Samhällsvetenskap ; Medie- Och Kommunikationsvetenskap
    Description: Birgitta Jónsdóttir is currently a member of the Icelandic Parliament, where she represents the Pirate Party. Jónsdóttir was an early WikiLeaks volunteer and was one of the key members of the team in Iceland that put together the famous Collateral Murder video. In this wide-ranging discussion with Christian Christensen, Jónsdóttir talks about her work with WikiLeaks, politics, and her ideas about technology, transparency, and privacy. She also discusses how she has been placed under surveillance because of her work with WikiLeaks and other organizations.
    Is part of: International Journal of Communication, 2014, Vol.8, pp.2558-2566
    Identifier: 1932-8036 (ISSN); 1932-8036 (ISSN)

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    Exact Large-Nc Solution of an Effective Theory for Polyakov Loops at Finite Chemical Potential

    Christensen, Christian Holm

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    Financial Instability - a Result of Excess Liquidity or Credit Cycles?

    Heebøll-Christensen, Christian
    IDEAS Working Paper Series from RePEc, 2011
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    Title: Financial Instability - a Result of Excess Liquidity or Credit Cycles?
    Author: Heebøll-Christensen, Christian
    Subject: Ideas.Repec.Org/P/Kud/Kuiedp/1121.Html
    Description: This paper compares the financial destabilizing effects of excess liquidity versus credit growth, in relation to house price bubbles and real economic booms. The analysis uses a cointegrated VAR model based on US data from 1987 to 2010, with a particulary focus on the period preceding the global financial crisis. Consistent with monetarist theory, the results suggest a stable money supply-demand relation in the period in question. However, the implied excess liquidity only resulted in financial destabilizing effect after year 2000. Meanwhile, the results also point to persistent cycles of real house prices and leverage, which appear to have been driven by real credit shocks, in accordance with post-Keynesian theories on financial instability. Importantly, however, these mechanisms of credit growth and excess liquidity are found to be closely related. In regards to the global financial crisis, a prolonged credit cycle starting in the mid-1990s - and possibly initiated subprime mortgage innovations...
    Is part of: IDEAS Working Paper Series from RePEc, 2011

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    Specialization for underwater hearing by the tympanic middle ear of the turtle, Trachemys scripta elegans

    Christensen-Dalsgaard, Jakob, Brandt, Christian, Willis, Katie L, Christensen, Christian Bech, Ketten, Darlene, Edds-Walton, Peggy, Fay, Richard R, Madsen, Peter T, Carr, Catherine E
    Proceedings. Biological sciences, 22 July 2012, Vol.279(1739), pp.2816-24 [Peer Reviewed Journal]