Found 385 courses
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social sciences  subject

Reconstruction of the Jewish Community of Thessaloniki after WWII (1945-1955). Comparisons with the Rest of Europe

Maria Kavala - Undergraduate - (A+)
Political Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

This course aims to explore the ways the once populous and thriving Jewish Community of Thessaloniki was reconstructed (institutions, economy and society) during the first decade (1945 - 1955) after the Second World War and the Nazi occupation. The focus is on the Greek case comparing to Europe and the reconstruction of Jewish communities there. • The debate was launched internationally in the 1980s and after the 1990 political change in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, returned with new data and queries. • The genocide of the Jews and the return of those who survived fit within the broader historical context of the thousands of refugees created by the Second World War and the corresponding problems in societies. Thus Jew’s history becomes part of Europe's history. • In Greek historiography related research and discussion for survivors and the recovery started very recently. The importance lies in the fact that in this way both the genocide of the Jews and the restoration of the minimum rescued part, ceases to be one of the hitherto 'silences' and contribute to shaping a more complete picture of the era. • In this way historical research and collective memory become richer and more open

natural sciences subject

Πληροφορικής: Human computer interaction

Dionisios Politis - Undergraduate - (A-)
School of Informatics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The focus of this course is twofold: Primarily, learners become aware of learning theories on the background of user interaction with all types of computer systems (including the Internet), and secondly, they get special training on how to adequately manage programming languages, which create with rapid Prototyping techniques interactive models implementing the metaphors and paradigms for "dialogues" that are demanded by theory.

social sciences  subject

Organization of recreational sport programs Ι

Nikolaos Theodorakis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Physical Education and Sport Science, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The purpose of the course is the analysis of the theoretical backround, as well as the recreation market, and also the presetation of the contribution of sport recreation in the quality of life of the modern people. Specifically, there are going to be teached the basic principals of how to organize recreation programs that are undertaken indoors and outdoors. Special emphasis it will be given to the management of programs of municipality sport organisations.

social sciences  subject

Language and Society

Periklis Politis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Journalism and Mass Communications, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The course applies sociolinguistic approaches to media language. The relationships between language, society and (mass) communication are examined to illustrate how media discourses represent social phenomena (ideologies, practices, attitudes, personal and group identities etc) and in what ways they influence media writing. Topics included are: language and (traditional or new) media, language and the Internet, language and politics, language and ethnicity, language and youth, language and gender, language and class, language and identity. Moreover, special attention is given to Modern Greek diglossia (Katharevousa vs. Dhemotiki), since stylistic variation in the media over the last four decades -at least- can be partly interpreted in the light of the attitudes adopted by journalists and experts towards the ‘high’ and ‘low variety’, the standard (and official) language and the everyday language, which embodies many dialect elements.

humanities and arts subject

History of Architecture and styles

Iakovos Potamianos - Undergraduate - (A+)
Drama, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

An introduction to the History of Architecture, in which examples from main periods and movements are presented and analyzed from antiquity to the present. An emphasis is placed on the main causes for the generation of new historical styles, their basic theoretical tenets and their particular visual and spatial characteristics. The student is evaluated both on the basis of exercises and a final exam. Both modes of evaluation aim at the understanding of basic ideas and essential characteristics which will be useful in the practicing of their art whether this be theoretical or creative.

natural sciences subject

Knowledge Systems

Nick Bassiliades - Undergraduate - (A-)
Informatics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The aim of this course is to help the students learn the methods used for knowledge representation and reasoning, as well as the structure, the development process and the applications of Knowledge Systems. Moreover, the notion of knowledge engineering and advanced reasoning are presented and analyzed, and finally, programs developed using the CLIPS production system are presented.

engineering subject

Ατομικά δίκτυα αρδεύσεων

Christos Evangelidis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Rural and Surveying Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Evapotranspiration (Method of mass, energy. Empirical methods. Evaluation of methods). Soil-water relationship. (Mechanical composition of the soil. Water containment from the soil. Filtration of water in the soil). Individual irrigation networks. Sprinkler networks (Movement of water in the pipes. Different kinds of pipelines. Sprinklers. Explanation of the phenomenon of irrigation. Order with flexible materials. General operation of facilities. Review of methods). Networks drip irrigation. (Control Unit. Filters. Container lubrication. Transport network. Network application. Drippers). Networks with grooves.

medicine science health professions subject

DNA analysis in paternity testing and crime investigation

Leda Kalliopi Kovatsi - Undergraduate - (A)
Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

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social sciences  subject

Ecclesiastical Law III

Kyriakos Kyriazopoulos - Postgraduate - (A+)
Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

In this course we examine the relations between state and religions or religious communities or communities of non-believers, amongst the member-states of the European Union with a catholic, protestant, or mixed (catholico-protestant) tradition.

medicine science health professions subject

Geriatric Prosthodontics

Vassiliki Anastassiadou - Undergraduate - (A-)
School of Dentistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

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