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Du bist ein echter Gourmet und liebst die gehobene Küche? Dann ist ein romantischer Abend in trauter Zweisamkeit genau das richtige für Dich! Exklusive Gänge werden Euch von dem professionellen Küchenteam serviert, während Kerzenlicht Euch in eine romantische Stimmung versetzt. Die ausgesuchten Köstlichkeiten und das gehobene Ambiente werden Eurem Abend das i-Tüpfelchen verleihen./?utm_term=!!!linkid!!!

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Candle-Light-Dinner für Zwei Rostock
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Mit dem Candle Light Dinner erlebst Du Romantik pur - perfekt für verliebte Pärchen! Das romantische Essen bei Kerzenschein sorgt nicht nur für kulinarische Genüsse. In stimmungsvoller Atmosphäre ist das die Gelegenheit, sich einmal wieder ganz tief in die Augen zu schauen und die Zweisamkeit zu genießen./?utm_term=!!!linkid!!!

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Karl August Nerger
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Karl August Nerger (25 February 1875 12 January 1947) was a naval officer of the Imperial German Navy in World War I, who achieved fame and recognition during the war for his command of the auxiliary cruiser SMS Wolf.Nerger was born in Rostock, Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Nerger had entered the Navy as a cadet in April 1893, and as a junior officer participated in the China Relief Expedition during the Boxer Rebellion, where he had also been decorated for bravery and intrepidity. In Summer 1914, then-Korvettenkapitän Nerger had taken command of the light cruiser SMS Stettin, which he commanded until taking over SMS Wolf in March 1916.

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Naturwissenschaft als Kommunikationsraum
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Transfer of knowledge and exchange of ideas are current questions of research. In spite of this general interest in cross-cultural scientific relations, Europe’s contacts to Russia have been only superficially studied so far. Besides the language problem, the prevalent misestimation of Russia’s role as a mere recipient seems to pose a major obstacle. Clearing this barrier is a main concern of the long-term project Scientific Relations Between Germany and Russia in the Fields of Chemistry, Pharmacy and Medicine in the 19 th Century at the Saxon Academy of Sciences and Humanities. This project, which started in May 2007 und is scheduled to run until 2018, continues the great biobibliographical tradition of the Saxon Academy as well as profound studies performed at the Karl Sudhoff Institute for the History of Medicine and Science (Leipzig University, Medical Faculty) that have been financially supported by the German Research Foundation from 1999 to 2006.The academy project and the Karl Sudhoff Institute cooperated in organizing the international conference Science as a Medium of Communication between Germany and Russia in the 19 th Century which took place from September 29 to October 1, 2010 in Leipzig. The conference aimed at bringing together scholars with specialized knowledge of this field and provided a platform for exchanging experience in methods and issues of transnational science studies. A fundamental target was the documentation of major figures and the description of their institutional settings. Since the project is dedicated to history and philosophy of science in general, contributions on changes of scientific paradigms and on the history of concepts and ideas were also encouraged.The convention gathered about 30 scholars from all over the world as well as some 20 local specialists to discuss various historical aspects of the bilateral scientific relations between the German speaking countries and the Russian Czardom. Thus, the interdisciplinary program covered numerous facets of history of science – social, cultural, educational, institutional and intellectual history and history of medicine, biology, chemistry, pharmacy, psychology and geography.This volume presents the conference papers arranged according to subjects. The first section, which precedes the special essays, contains preliminary remarks and an introductory speech: Heiner KADEN, vice-president of the Saxon Academy of Sciences and Humanities, discusses the long research tradition in the history of science at Leipzig and the roots of the project on German-Russian scientific relations in the 19 th century. During the conference two keynote speakers outlined the main features of scientific encounters and provided a European contextualisation: Dietrich VON ENGELHARDT (Luebeck) described the international exchange of ideas at the beginning of the 19 th century with special reference to Italy, while Matthias MIDDELL (Leipzig) gave an inspiring analysis of the discontinuities in the French-Russian scientific, cultural and economic relations.The second part is dedicated to chemistry and pharmacy. Selected protagonists of scientific transfer are Friedrich Konrad BEILSTEIN (Elena ROUSSANOVA, Hamburg), Gustav VON BUNGE (Regine and Gerd PFREPPER, Leipzig), Ivan S. PLOTNIKOV (Elena A. ZAITSEVA, Moscow) and Vladimir I. VERNADSKY (Marina Ju. SOROKINA, Moscow). This is complemented by Gisela BOECK’s (Rostock) observations concerning the use of the periodic table in school instruction and Christoph FRIEDRICH’s (Marburg) general overview of German apothecaries in Russia in the 19 th century.The third section covers medicine and psychology: Galina KICHIGINA (Toronto) highlights the importance of Karl Johann VON SEIDLITZ regarding the implementation of physical examination in clinical practice, Vladimir A. ABASHNIK (Kharkov) reveales the connections between Emil Heinrich DU BOIS-REYMOND and the Kharkov medical faculty, and Florian MILDENBERGER (Frankfurt/Oder) describes the obstacles Emil KRAEPELIN has encountered during his years at Dorpat. Saulo DE FREITAS ARAUJO (Brazil) discusses Wilhelm WUNDT’s influence on Vladimir M. BECHTEREV’s concept of scientific psychology, Natal’ja Ju. MASOLIKOVA (Moscow) addresses the personal relations between members of the Russian psychological society and Leipzig University, and Susanne GUSKI- LEINWAND (Heidelberg) delineates Aleksander NECHAYEV’s experimental psychology.The fourth chapter deals with hygiene as a new leading science in the 19 th century, a topic which proved to be one of the central points of interest during the conference: Vladimir S. SOBOLEV (St. Petersburg) describes the fight of the Russian naval forces against infectious diseases, while Florian STEGER, Nadine MEYER and Wolfgang LOCHER (Munich) evaluate Max von PETTENKOFER’s impact on the development of Public Health in Russia. Lutz HAEFNER (Goettingen) illustrates the transfer of hygienic knowledge using the example of the Saratov medical society, Konstantin K. VASYLYEV (Sumy) deals with the role of German physicians in the development of the Odessa health resort, and Bjoern FELDER (Goettingen) traces Evgenii SHEPILEVSKY’s role in the Russian eugenics movement.The fifth group of presentations pursues conceptional changes in biology: The zoological section includes Sergei I. FOKIN’s (St. Petersburg) description of Otto BUETSCHLI’s key role in the development of Russian zoology, but the general focus is on evolution: Thomas SCHMUCK (Berlin) analyses Christian Heinrich PANDER’s reflections on metamorphosis, while Eduard I. KOLCHINSKY (St. Petersburg) traces the German influence on Russian evolutionism, and Erki TAMMIKSAAR (Tartu) gives an introduction to Karl Ernst VON BAER’s ecological and evolutionary thinking. Nadezhda V. SLEPKOVA (St. Petersburg) addresses the conflicts between the “Russian” and the “German” parties at the Imperial Academy of Science in St. Petersburg using the example of the zoological museum, and last but not least Anastasia A. FEDOTOVA (St. Petersburg) depicts the rise of plant geography in Russia.The last section collects biographical approaches: The professionalisation of veterinary medicine is reflected in the St. Petersburg society of veterinarians (Natalia E. BEREGOY, St. Petersburg), and Anna ANANIEVA describes the close relations between VON BAER and the Leipzig publisher Leopold VOSS. A panel on prosopography concluded the conference, presenting work in progress for discussion: Daniela ANGETTER (Vienna) discusses a research project on the history of medicine and pharmacy at Lviv University, Vladimir A. VOLKOV and Marina V. KULIKOVA (Moscow) present their biographical encyclopedia of the professors in the Russian Czardom, and Marta FISCHER (Leipzig) specifies the conception of a biobibliographical encyclopedia of the German-Russian scientific relations.Without a doubt, the conference opened chances for international cooperation and provided opportunities for interdisciplinary communication. As reflected in the extensive index of persons, an admirably huge amount of facts is compiled. Yet, in light of the richness of detail, analyses and interpretations are underrepresented, discussions and personal talks showed that yet time is not ripe for general conclusions. It will be up to the project’s research program to work out a general guideline, to consider the results and to comment on the implications.

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The influence of politics on the development of...
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Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 1,0, University of Rostock (Institut für Anglistik/Amerikanistik), course: Mass Media Communication: Newspapers and Magazines, 27 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Nowadays, there is a wide range of different newspapers, and most people see them as an important part of their everyday life. But newspapers as we know them today have only come into existence about three-hundred and fifty years ago. And although the liberty of the press at least in the countries of the European Union is today highly appraised, this has not always been the case. For a long time newspapers were a thorn in the flesh of governments, which thought that printed oppositional opinions threatened them. Therefore the governments tried to control newspapers tightly by enacting consequential laws. For years politics thus determined the development of newspapers. This term paper wants to deal with the influence of the English government on the development of newspapers between 1660 and 1855. This relates to London newspapers, if not stated otherwise. Also, the term newspaper is used for the printed product, the company or the owner, resp., and the journalists, if not stated otherwise. The term is also used for news printed before 1670, even though the term itself only occured in the English language during that year. After explaining prerequisites that were necessary for the emergence of modern newspapers in the first place, I will shortly look at the formation of newspapers before 1660, before I have a close look at laws established by the English government between 1662 and 1843. Then, I am going to compare selected parameters concerning the development of newspapers in different centuries. In the practical part I will analyse eight issues of The Times. I therefore chose the first January issues of a year, published with a time lag of ten years in each case. In this term paper I want to analyse how the English government influenced the development of newspapers, which consequences this influence had, and how these again showed up in the newspapers themselves. Several things were necessary for the development of modern newspapers. About 3,500 BC the Sumerians developed writing. Only through writing disciplines like education, literature, and science, as well as trade and commerce could emerge or take place in a broader sphere. While the Sumerians wrote on, or rather carved clay tablets, the Egyptians used papyrus reeds from around 2,200 BC onwards. Compared to other materials like clay, stone and wood, papyrus had the great advantage to write something spontaneously and fast, and to be transported easily because of its light weight.

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Making Their Place
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The collapse of state socialism in eastern and central Europe in 1989 had a dramatic impact on women. Witnessing the loss of state support for their economic activity, the curtailing of their reproductive rights, and the rise of gender ideologies that value women primarily as mothers and wives rather than as active participants in the workforce, women across eastern and central Europe organized on a local level to resist these changes. Making Their Place brings to light how feminist movements in two eastern German cities, Erfurt and Rostock, utilized local understandings of politics and gender to enhance their possibilities for meaningful social change. The book chronicles the specific reasons why place matters, the importance of localized experiences during the socialist era, and how history shapes contemporary identities, cultures, and politics. What emerges is the fascinating story of the different ways people have struggled to define themselves, their values, and their understandings of gender in a period of monumental social, economic, and political upheaval.

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Einzel- vs. Dachmarken - Ein Vergleich am Beisp...
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Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2001 im Fachbereich BWL - Marketing, Unternehmenskommunikation, CRM, Marktforschung, Social Media, Note: 1,7, Universität Rostock (Institut für Marketing & Innovationsmanagement), Veranstaltung: Projekt-AG Marketing, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Wie die meisten Märkte befindet sich auch der Biermarkt in einer Stagnation oder sogar in einer Schrumpfung. Dies belegen die Auswertungen des statistischen Bundesamtes. Danach setzten die Steuerlager (Herstellungsbetriebe und Bierlager) in Deutschland 1995 115,2 Millionen Hektoliter, 1996 112,6 Millionen Hektoliter, 1997 112,6 Millionen Hektoliter, 1998 109,4 Millionen Hektoliter und 1999 110,1 Millionen Hektoliter Bier, ohne alkoholfreies Bier und Malztrunk, ab. 1 [Abbildung nur in Downloadversion enthalten]] Tab.1: Bierabsatz der Jahre 1995 bis 1999 Quelle: eigene Darstellung Parallel zu dieser Entwicklung vollzog sich ein Wandel in der Biersorten- und in der Absatzwege-Struktur. Während die Sorten Export, Hell und Alt an Marktvolumen verloren, legten die Weiss-, light- und alkoholfreien Biere deutlich zu. Das Pils konnte ebenfalls seinen Marktanteil ausweiten. In der Distribution gewann in den letzten Jahren der Absatz über den Lebensmitteleinzelhandel und Getränke-Abholmärkte deutlich an Bedeutung. Der Direktvertrieb über die Gastronomie nahm dagegen ab.2 [Abbildung nur in Downloadversion enthalten]] Abb. 1: Verhältnis des Bierabsatzes nach Einzelhandel und Gastronomie in den Jahren 1975, 1988 und 1991 Quelle: in Anlehnung an Wangen, E. (1993): Marketingstrategien in einem gesättigtem Markt - am Beispiel des deutschen Biermarktes in: Schmalenbachs Zeitschrift für betriebswirtschaftliche Forschung, Band 45 (1993) Durch die Veränderung im Verbraucherverhalten der Bierkonsumenten ergab sich für den Produzenten die Notwendigkeit zur Umstellung der Marketingstrategien. Die Gastronomie stand nicht mehr als vertraglich gebundener Abnehmer im Vordergrund. Vielmehr musste sich das Marketing auf den Abnehmer, der im Einzelhandel eine freie Entscheidung über das von ihm zu konsumierende Bier fällt, konzentrieren. Ein Übergang zu Marken, die eine Wiedererkennung ermöglichen, und entsprechenden Markenstrategien war notwendig geworden.

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The influence of politics on the development of...
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Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 1,0, University of Rostock (Institut für Anglistik/Amerikanistik), course: Mass Media Communication: Newspapers and Magazines, 27 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Nowadays, there is a wide range of different newspapers, and most people see them as an important part of their everyday life. But newspapers as we know them today have only come into existence about three-hundred and fifty years ago. And although the liberty of the press at least in the countries of the European Union is today highly appraised, this has not always been the case. For a long time newspapers were a thorn in the flesh of governments, which thought that printed oppositional opinions threatened them. Therefore the governments tried to control newspapers tightly by enacting consequential laws. For years politics thus determined the development of newspapers. This term paper wants to deal with the influence of the English government on the development of newspapers between 1660 and 1855. This relates to London newspapers, if not stated otherwise. Also, the term newspaper is used for the printed product, the company or the owner, resp., and the journalists, if not stated otherwise. The term is also used for news printed before 1670, even though the term itself only occured in the English language during that year. After explaining prerequisites that were necessary for the emergence of modern newspapers in the first place, I will shortly look at the formation of newspapers before 1660, before I have a close look at laws established by the English government between 1662 and 1843. Then, I am going to compare selected parameters concerning the development of newspapers in different centuries. In the practical part I will analyse eight issues of The Times. I therefore chose the first January issues of a year, published with a time lag of ten years in each case. In this term paper I want to analyse how the English government influenced the development of newspapers, which consequences this influence had, and how these again showed up in the newspapers themselves. Several things were necessary for the development of modern newspapers. About 3,500 BC the Sumerians developed writing. Only through writing disciplines like education, literature, and science, as well as trade and commerce could emerge or take place in a broader sphere. While the Sumerians wrote on, or rather carved clay tablets, the Egyptians used papyrus reeds from around 2,200 BC onwards. Compared to other materials like clay, stone and wood, papyrus had the great advantage to write something spontaneously and fast, and to be transported easily because of its light weight.

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Making Their Place
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The collapse of state socialism in eastern and central Europe in 1989 had a dramatic impact on women. Witnessing the loss of state support for their economic activity, the curtailing of their reproductive rights, and the rise of gender ideologies that value women primarily as mothers and wives rather than as active participants in the workforce, women across eastern and central Europe organized on a local level to resist these changes. Making Their Place brings to light how feminist movements in two eastern German cities, Erfurt and Rostock, utilized local understandings of politics and gender to enhance their possibilities for meaningful social change. The book chronicles the specific reasons why place matters, the importance of localized experiences during the socialist era, and how history shapes contemporary identities, cultures, and politics. What emerges is the fascinating story of the different ways people have struggled to define themselves, their values, and their understandings of gender in a period of monumental social, economic, and political upheaval.

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