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Anhang lisTe der durchgeführTen inTerviews Nr. Datum Position C 1 06.09.2013 Risk Manager B 2 12.09.2013 Senior Analyst/ Research A 3 13.09.2013 Head of Acquisition D 4 06.11.2013 Senior Analyst/Research E 5 07.11.2013 Senior Analyst/Research (zusammen mit Nadine Bitterer) F 6 03.02.2014 Leiter institutionelle Investoren Deutschland G 7 05.02.2014 Director of Property Europe H 8 21.02.2014 Portfoliomanagement/ Akquisition K 9 24.02.2014 Risk Management J 10 25.02.2014 Head of Transactions I 11 18.03.2014 Head Acquisition and Sales Europe Ermessensraum166

, standardisation, surveillance, risk-management, selfhood and sociality. These questions are of great relevance to ageing populations and individuals as their healthcare supports shift from governmental to individual realms of responsibility. However, age has been largely neglected in the rapidly-expanding research community exploring these technologies. In previous work we argued that ageing bodies and changes across the life-course were becoming measured, standardised, and treated according to a new logic of functionality, supplanting traditional categories of normality

margin of error for non-English names. The mobile norm of risk management is only mobile in relation to the relative stability of a gendered and sexualised whiteness as a cultural-computational basis for the pattern recog- nition system of name-matching. As a technique of biopower, statistical pattern analysis is immediately racialised in attempting to determine risk through the parsing of data assemblages with respect to larger populations of information. In network science, the identity of a data element is produced by correlations bounded by the threat-risk-management/threats-and- trends/enisa-thematic-landscapes/threat- landscape-of-the-internet-infrastructure (18.12.2019). 34 James P. Sterbenz u. a.: Resilience and Survivability in Com- munication Networks. Strategies, Principles, and Survey of Disciplines, in: Computer Networks, Bd. 54, Nr. 8, 2010, 1245 – 1265, hier 1245. 54 ZfM 23, 2/2020 verspricht Stabilität und Gleichgewicht, so wie die Transformation des Krei- ses unter dem Vorzeichen der Resilienz die Unabschließbarkeit der notwendi- gen Adaptionen darstellt, mit denen man nie fertig ist. Das

behaviours more than it is explicit via formal statements. In contrast to this ambiguity, arts policy and public funding systems generally and particularly in the UK (where the attention of this study is focused) are driven by political interests in demonstrating economic and instrumental value (BELFIORE 2004; DONOVAN/O’BRIEN 2016; GRAY 2007; MANGSET 2018; STEVENSON et al. 2010, KLEPPE 2017a). Furthermore, the influence of New Public Management has IMPOSED LEADERSHIP IN UK FUNDED THEATRE 17 increased attention to risk management, sustainability and accountabil- ity

place? Most commentators begin with the tools and the toys (internal combustion engines, nuclear power plants), and indeed they must be part of the story – as long as we pay attention to how they have been deployed. Ulrich Beck’s concept of »risk society« is useful to tell that tale (see, for example, Beck 2007) Watching risk management illuminates the process in which fractured, uneven landscapes are created. Risk management ships envi- ronmental consequences elsewhere, away from the worlds of risk managers. Risk management thus contributes to the structured

Schutzausrüstung, persönliche Pudern (Schadensbild) 59, 147 Punzieren 91 qualitativ 35f., 138 quantitativ 35f. Quarantäneraum 30, 33, 51f. Quetschperlen siehe Klemmhülse Rahmenmaß 161 Ramie 96, 101 Red Rot siehe Roter Zerfall Reif holz 85f. Reproduktion siehe Duplikat restoration 33 Restaurierung (Definition) 20 Restaurierungskonzept 34 restorer 33 Retusche 41, 43, Neutral- 43, Nor- mal- 43, Total- 43, Tratteggio 43 reversibel 31, 95, 105, 107, 126f. Riesenkornbildung 75 Rinde 82, 85, 113 Risikomanagement, siehe Risk Management Risk Management 20, 32 Riss 53, 58, 61, 63, 79f

Planck Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung (2007); seit 2008 Professor für Soziologie an der Universität Mainz. Forschungsschwerpunkte: Bildungs- und Finanzsoziologie, Praxis- und Artefakttheorien. Publi- kationen u.a.: Un/Doing Calculation. On Knowledge Practices of Risk Management (Distinktion. Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory 12 (2011): 3-21); Practices of Calculation (Theory, Culture & Society 22 [2005]: 69-97); Facts and figures. Economic representations and practices (Marburg 2000; hrsg. mit Richard Rottenburg und Hans- Jürgen Wagener). Klus, Luise