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  • Publication Date: 2016-11-23
    Description: Content: Ulrike Becker, Max Kaase, Gabor Klaniczay, and Vera Sparschuh: Social Sciences in Central and Eastern Europe on the Verge of EU Enlargement (7-10); Andrei Plesu: Financing Difference. Fostering the Social Sciences in the Field of Tension Between Homogenization and Differentiation (12-16); Elemer Henkiss: Brilliant Ideas or Brilliant Errors? (17-24); Janos Matyas Kovacs: Business as (Un)usual (26-33); Mitko Dimitrov: Bulgaria (34-49); Frantisek Turnovec: Czech Republic (50-64); Tiia Püss: Estonia (65-82); Laszlo Csaba: Hungary (83-101); Raita Karnite: Latvia (102-120); Linas Cekanavicius: Lithuania (121-134); Tadeusz Kowalik: Poland (135-151); Paul Dragos Aligica: Romania (152-167); Julius Horvath: Slovakia (168-186); Joze Mencinger: Slovenia (187-194); Hans-Jürgen Wagener: Demand and Supply of Economic Knowledge in Transition Countries (195-203); Hans-Dieter Klingemann: Political Science in Central and Eastern Europe: National Development and International Integration (206-212); Georgi Karasimeonov: Bulgaria (213-225); Jan Holzer and Pavel Pseja: Czech Republic (226-245); Raivo Vetik: Estonia (246-257); Mate Szabo: Hungary (258-274); Andris Runcis: Latvia (275-285); Algis Krupavicius: Lithuania (286-305); Stanislaw Gebethner and Radoslaw Markowski: Poland (306-321); Daniel Barbu: Romania (322-342); Darina Malova and Silvia Mihalikova: Slovakia (343-357); Danica Fink-Hafner: Slovenia (358-374); Pal Tamas: Followers or Activists? Social Scientists in the Reality Shows of Transformation (376-385); Nikolai Genov: Bulgaria (386-404); Michal Illner: Czech Republic (405-424); Mikk Titma: Estonia (425-436); Denes Nemedi and Peter Robert: Hungary (437-451); Aivars Tabuns: Latvia (452-466); Anele Vosyliute: Lithuania (467-483); Janusz Mucha and Pawel Zalecki: Poland (484-501); Maria Larionescu: Romania (502-517); Zuzana Kusa, Bohumil Buzik, Ludovit Turcan and Robert Klobucky: Slovakia (518-535); Frane Adam and Matej Makarovic: Slovenia (536-547); Piotr Sztompka: The Condition of Sociology in East-Central Europe (548-556); Mihaly Sarkany: Cultural and Social Anthropology in Central and Eastern Europe (558-566); Thomas Kucera and Olga Kucerova: Population science in Central and Eastern Europe: Implications for Research and Practice (567-577); Marie-Claude Maurel: Central European Geography and the Post-Socialist Transformation. A Western Point of View (578-587); Grazyna Skapska: Law and Society in a Natural Laboratory: the Case of Poland in the Broader Context of East-Central Europe (588-603).
    Keywords: Social sciences, sociology, anthropology ; Political science ; Economics ; Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie ; Politikwissenschaft ; Wirtschaft ; General Sociology, Basic Research, General Concepts and History of Sociology, Sociological Theories ; Sociology of Science, Sociology of Technology, Research on Science and Technology ; Basic Research, General Concepts and History of Political Science ; Allgemeines, spezielle Theorien und Schulen, Methoden, Entwicklung und Geschichte der Wirtschaftswissenschaften ; Allgemeines zur Soziologie, spezielle Theorien, Geschichte der Soziologie ; Wissenschaftssoziologie, Wissenschafts-, Technikforschung, Techniksoziologie ; Allgemeines, spezielle Theorien, Geschichte der Politikwissenschaft ; Allgemeines, spezielle Theorien und Schulen, Methoden, Entwicklung und Geschichte der Wirtschaftswissenschaften ; Volkswirtschaftslehre ; Politikwissenschaft ; Soziologie ; Mitteleuropa ; Osteuropa ; postsozialistisches Land ; Kulturanthropologie ; Demographie ; Geographie ; Recht ; Wissenschaft ; Forschung ; Entwicklung ; economics ; political science ; sociology ; Central Europe ; Eastern Europe ; post-socialist country ; cultural anthropology ; demography ; geography ; law ; science ; research ; development ; documentation ; Dokumentation
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    Deutschland | Germany | Berlin
    Three social science disciplines in Central and Eastern Europe: handbook on economics, political science and sociology (1989-2001) | 226-245
    Publication Date: 2012-08-29
    Description: Analysis of the pre-1989 situation; Redefinition of the discipline since 1990; Core theoretical and methodological orientations; Thematic orientation and funding; Public space and academic debates; Views on further development.
    Keywords: Political science ; Politikwissenschaft ; Allgemeines, spezielle Theorien, Geschichte der Politikwissenschaft ; Basic Research, General Concepts and History of Political Science ; Politikwissenschaft ; Forschung ; Tschechische Republik ; postsozialistisches Land ; Mitteleuropa ; political science ; research ; Czech Republic ; post-socialist country ; Central Europe
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  • Publication Date: 2012-12-06
    Description: "Voluntary associations are particularly prone to embrace the new Net technologies, because on the basis of these new tools, they are better able to be what they always aspired to be: democratically constituted collectivities relying on a complex interplay between internal and external, vertical and horizontal, upward and downward, informal and formal, bilateral and multilateral communications. As the most flexible, adaptive of all media - the Internet has very different functions and consequences under different environmental conditions, so that it can be fitted into almost existing socio-cultural settings and is more likely to consolidate and strengthen them than to act as a causal agent of change. Likewise, the conclusion is warranted that primary face to face interactions as well as conventional mass media communications will not become obsolete with expanding computer-supported interactions. On the contrary, they may have to be expanded and intensified before the full potentials of online communication can be exploited." (author's abstract)
    Description: Der vorliegende Beitrag untersucht die Funktionen und Konsequenzen des Internet für soziale Bewegungen und Freiwilligen-Vereinigungen. Beide neigen besonders dazu, die neuen Netztechnologien zu verwenden, da sie die Grundlage dafür bilden, dass die Gruppen leichter in der Lage sind, das zu sein, was schon immer angestrebt wurde, nämlich demokratisch konstituierte Gemeinschaften, die auf eine komplexe wechselseitige Beziehung zwischen interner und externer, vertikaler und horizontaler, informeller und formeller, bilateraler und multilateraler Kommunikation aufbauen. Als das flexibelste aller Medien bietet das Internet viele verschiedene Funktionen und Konsequenzen, so dass es in fast alle soziokulturellen Zusammenhänge passt und diese eher stärken und konsolidieren kann anstatt die Ursache für deren Wandel zu sein. Es wird geschlussfolgert, dass weder die Kommunikation von Angesicht zu Angesicht noch die konventionelle massenmediale Kommunikation durch die expandierenden computergestützten Interaktionen obsolet wird. Ganz im Gegenteil, zunächst müssen diese expandieren und intensiviert werden, um das ganze Potential der Online-Kommunikation nutzen zu können. (ICDÜbers)
    Keywords: Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie ; Politikwissenschaft ; Social sciences, sociology, anthropology ; Political science ; Wissenschaftssoziologie, Wissenschafts- und Technikforschung ; interaktive, elektronische Medien ; politische Willensbildung, politische Soziologie ; Kommunikationssoziologie, Sprachsoziologie, Soziolinguistik ; Sociology of Science, Sociology of Technology, Research on Science and Technology ; Interactive, electronic Media ; Political Process, Elections, Political Sociology, Political Culture ; Sociology of Communication, Sociology of Language, Sociolinguistics ; Internet ; soziale Bewegung ; Kommunikationsbedingung ; Kommunikationsmittel ; Kampagne ; nichtstaatliche Organisation ; politische Bewegung ; computervermittelte Kommunikation ; Internet ; social movement ; communication requirements ; communication medium ; campaign ; non-governmental organization ; political movement ; computer-mediated communication ; deskriptive Studie ; descriptive study
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  • Publication Date: 2014-11-13
    Description: "Welfare states are currently challenged by a number of developments: the globalization or internationalization of the economy, changing demographics, a transformation from industrial to post-industrial economies, as well as social and cultural changes. Although all of these variables might be very important for specific changes in social policy arrangements, in this paper the author will only address the effects of globalization on social policy arrangements. It will be argued that the specific perception of globalization and the constructed links to social policy arrangements within the political discourse will have to be taken into account as a key variable in analyzing the effects of globalization on social policy arrangements. Hence, the central questions addressed in this paper are: Was globalization causally related to changes of welfare systems within the political discourse? Did the constructed links between globalization and the welfare system become dominant or even hegemonic within the political discourse? Have welfare systems changed in a way consistent with the specific perception of globalization? Furthermore, the author argues that focusing solely on the state's activity within the social policy realm might lead to distorted and misleading results. As case studies he has chosen Germany, Japan and the United States. These three countries constitute the centers of the current globalization process while at the same time they have large domestic markets and therefore seem less vulnerable to external economic developments. Furthermore, Germany, Japan, and the U.S. have three very distinct welfare systems. In the following part of the paper, the author will briefly take up the debate within social sciences about the economic limits of state social policy and highlight the importance of analyzing the political discourse, before he will discuss the concept of welfare systems in the second part. Third, the author will show how various links between globalization and the welfare system are socially constructed in different welfare systems. Fourth, he will sketch the more recent reform tendencies at the policy level. Finally, he discusses the different dynamics of welfare systems in an era of globalization in a broader theoretical framework. It will be argued that the concept of path dependency, which has often been used to characterize recent social policy developments, underestimates the changes that have taken place in the various welfare systems." (excerpt)
    Description: "Der Wohlfahrtsstaat in den industrialisierten Ländern wird durch eine Reihe von Entwicklungen herausgefordert: die Globalisierung oder Internationalisierung der Wirtschaft, demographische Veränderungen, eine Transformation von industrieller zu post-industrieller Wirtschaft und auch durch soziale wie kulturelle Veränderungen. Obwohl all diese Variablen für bestimmte Veränderungen in der Sozialpolitik wichtig sein können, werden hier ausschließlich die Auswirkungen der Globalisierung auf die Sozialpolitik in Deutschland, Japan und den USA behandeln: War der Prozeß der Globalisierung mit sozialpolitischen Arrangements gekoppelt, und wenn ja wie? Inwieweit korreliert der politische Diskurs mit Veränderungen in der Politik? Es wird aufgezeigt, daß der politische Diskurs als Schlüsselvariable beachtet werden muß, wenn wir Auswirkungen der Globalisierung identifizieren wollen. Zusätzlich wird behauptet, daß eine ausschließliche Konzentration auf die staatlichen Aktivitäten im Bereich der Sozialpolitik zu verzerrten und irreführenden Ergebnissen führen könnte. Abschließend werden die unterschiedlichen Dynamiken von Wohlfahrtssystemen im Zeitalter der Globalisierung auf einer breiteren theoretischen Grundlage diskutiert. Es wird gezeigt, daß das Konzept der Pfadabhängigkeit, mit dem oft die jüngsten Entwicklungen des Wohlfahrtsstaats erklärt wurden, die Veränderungen unterschätzt, die innerhalb der Wohlfahrtssysteme Deutschland, Japans und der USA stattgefunden haben." (Autorenreferat)
    Keywords: Political science ; Politikwissenschaft ; International Relations, International Politics, Foreign Affairs, Development Policy ; Basic Research, General Concepts and History of Social Policy ; internationale Beziehungen, Entwicklungspolitik ; Allgemeines, spezielle Theorien, Geschichte der Sozialpolitik ; Diskurs ; Wohlfahrtsstaat ; Entwicklung ; Globalisierung ; Internationalisierung ; Sozialpolitik ; Auswirkung ; Bundesrepublik Deutschland ; Japan ; USA ; politische Entwicklung ; Ostasien ; Asien ; Nordamerika ; internationaler Vergleich ; soziales System ; discourse ; welfare state ; development ; globalization ; internationalization ; social policy ; impact ; Federal Republic of Germany ; Japan ; United States of America ; political development ; Far East ; Asia ; North America ; international comparison ; social system ; descriptive study ; deskriptive Studie
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    The Economica Publ. House | Anderes Land | Misc. Country | Bucharest
    661
    Publication Date: 2014-11-13
    Description: The volume contains the papers presented during the 9th International Congress of the International Association on Public and Nonprofit Marketing (IAPNM) entitled "Regulation and Best Practices in Public and Nonprofit Marketing". Structured in accordance with the sessions of the mentioned Congress, the volume includes papers and relevant contributions on marketing research development in the public administration, healthcare and social assistance, higher education, local development and, more generally, nonprofit organizations. The social marketing specific issues take an important part of the volume giving the diversity of the approached topics as well as the large number of researchers concerned with this matter. Though of small dimensions, the contents of the sessions dedicated the revival and reinvention of public marketing must be underlined, as well as of the transfer of public marketing best practices to the South-Eastern European states. Publishing this volume represents a term of the interest expressed by over 40 academic and research groups in Europe and other continents with interests in the public and nonprofit marketing field, as well as in other European states’ bodies that develop specific empirical studies.
    Keywords: Social sciences, sociology, anthropology ; Political science ; Economics ; Social problems and services ; Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie ; Politikwissenschaft ; Wirtschaft ; Soziale Probleme und Sozialdienste ; Social Marketing ; Marketing in Public Administrations ; Reviving and Reinventing Public Marketing ; Marketing Fits Local Development ; Marketing and Health Institutions and Social Assistance ; Transferring Public and Nonprofit Marketing Best Practices to South-Eastern Europe ; The Path to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) ; Marketing in Nonprofit Organizations ; Marketing and Higher Education Institutions ; Organizational Sociology ; Marketing ; Social Policy ; Social Work, Social Pedagogics ; Organisationssoziologie ; Marketing ; Sozialpolitik ; Sozialarbeit und Sozialpädagogik
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    DEU | Köln
    1/2013 | Recherche Spezial | 159
    Publication Date: 2016-11-23
    Description: Anlässlich der 10. Wissenschaftlichen Tagung „Soziale Medien“ am 27. und 28. Juni 2013 im Statistischen Bundesamt in Wiesbaden und in Fortsetzung des 2010 erschienenen Recherche Spezial Web 2.0 – Alle machen mit! werden in dieser Ausgabe in sechs Kapiteln Nachweise zu Veröffentlichungen und Forschungsprojekte der letzten drei Jahre zusammengestellt, die sich mit der Rolle von Social Media in verschiedenen Nutzungskontexten befassen. Social-Media-Dienste sind mittlerweile fester Bestandteil der Online-Welt. Das Prinzip des Austauschs von nutzergenerierten Inhalten, das Mitte der 2000er Jahre unter dem Namen Web 2.0 als neue Errungenschaft gefeiert wurde, hat sich längst im Alltag etabliert: Nutzer kommunizieren über Soziale Netzwerke mit Freunden oder Geschäftspartnern, veröffentlichen ihre Fotos und Videos, teilen Links zu interessanten Neuigkeiten oder berichten gar selbst live von aktuellen Ereignissen, schreiben Berichte in eigenen Blogs oder spezialisierte Lexikonartikel bei Wikipedia. Hinzu kommt die passive Nutzung: denn auch für diejenigen, die selbst wenig oder keine eigenen Inhalte veröffentlichen, dienen Social Media mitunter als Ersatz für Fernsehen, Nachrichten oder Lexikon. Unter dem Sammelbegriff Social Media werden eine Vielzahl ganz unterschiedlicher Web-Angebote verstanden, zu denen vor allem Soziale Netzwerke gehören, aber auch andere Community-Portale, die von den Beiträgen ihrer Nutzer leben. So zählen zu Social Media auch einige Dienste, die weniger bekannt sind (etwa Pinterest, OpenStreetMap, Foursquare oder Academia.edu). Öffentlich wahrgenommen werden jedoch vor allem die Social-Media-Giganten wie Facebook, YouTube, Wikepedia, Twitter und LinkedIn. Sie alle finden sich in den Alexa-Ranglisten unter den Top 15 der weltweit meistbesuchten Webseiten. Facebook liegt in diesem Ranking zurzeit auf Platz 1, vor der Suchmaschine Google und YouTube. Der wachsende Erfolg dieser Angebote ist auch mit der zunehmenden Verbreitung von Smartphones verknüpft, mit denen Nutzer (über Apps) mobil auf die Angebote zugreifen können. Welche Rolle Social Media für den Alltag ihrer Nutzer spielen, wird inzwischen aus verschiedenen Perspektiven erforscht. Dabei hat sich die öffentliche wie auch die wissenschaftliche Wahrnehmung weiterentwickelt: wurde Social Media anfangs oft als belangloses Freizeitvergnügen abgetan, so befasst man sich inzwischen immer intensiver und differenzierter mit Hintergründen und Ausprägungen der Nutzung. Neben eher allgemeinen Nutzerstudien rückt auch die Rolle von Social Media während besonderer Ereignisse und spezieller Kontexte verstärkt in den Blickpunkt. Hierzu zählen vor allem politische Ereignisse; speziell die Nutzung von Social Media im Wahlkampf nimmt weiter zu und wird entsprechend für verschiedene nationale und internationale Wahlen intensiv untersucht. Politische Partizipation durch Social Media ist aber durchaus auch unabhängig von Wahlterminen zu beobachten. Und auch während unvorhergesehener Großereignisse und Krisen spielen mittlerweile Informationen, die von Nutzern über Social Media geteilt werden, eine entscheidende Rolle.
    Keywords: Politikwissenschaft ; Political science ; interaktive, elektronische Medien ; politische Willensbildung, politische Soziologie ; Interactive, electronic Media ; Political Process, Elections, Political Sociology, Political Culture ; Benutzerforschung ; Web 2.0 ; Soziale Medien ; Weblog ; Website ; Internet ; Facebook ; Twitter ; Wahlkampf ; politische Partizipation ; Nachrichten ; Journalismus ; Wahl ; politische Kommunikation ; Krisenkommunikation ; Marketing ; Werbung ; Datenschutz ; user research ; web 2.0 ; social media ; weblog ; website ; Internet ; facebook ; twitter ; election campaign ; political participation ; news ; journalism ; election ; political communication ; crisis communication ; marketing ; advertising ; data protection ; 10800 ; 10500
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    Ed. Univ. din Oradea | MISC | Oradea | Debrecen
    502 | International conference "Ethnicity, Confession and Intercultural Dialogue at the European Union's East Border"
    Publication Date: 2015-03-10
    Description: Contents: Mircea BRIE: Ethnicity, Religion and Intercultural Dialogue in the European Border Space; Ioan HORGA: Ethnicity, Religion and Intercultural Education in the Curricula of European Studies; Victoria BEVZIUC: Electoral Systems and Minorities Representations in the Eastern European Area; Sergiu CORNEA, Valentina CORNEA: Administrative Tools in the Protection and Promotion of the Rights of Ethnic Minorities; Florica STEFĂNESCU: Demographic Determinants of the Economic-Financial Crisis; Yurjy YURIYCHUK: Ukrainian Minority in Romania: Problems of National Identity Preserving; Sonia CATRINA: Identity Perceptions and Buildings of the Hungarian Minority in Relationship with the Romanian Majority Identifications; Gheorghe SISESTEAN: Marital Strategies and Identity Changes of Romanians in Hungary (Hajdu-Bihar); Constantin-Vasile łOCA: Ethnical Analysis within Bihor-Hajdú Bihar Euroregion; Anna GORBAN: Ethnic and Socio-Cultural Aspects of Political Culture in Moldova; Mircea BRIE, István POLGÁR: Dual Citizenship Granted to Hungarian Ethnics. Context and Arguments in the Romanian and Hungarian Mass Media; Natalia PUTINĂ: The Socio-Political Dilemas of Integration of Gagauz in Republic of Moldova; Aurelian LAVRIC: Romanian Ethnic Minority in Ukraine: Current Issues and Prospects of Survival; Stelian NISTOR, Sorin SIPOS: Historical and Geographical Considerations about the Slovak Communities in the Villages of Upper Bistra Valley, Bihor County; Judit MOLNÁR: The integration Process of Immigrants in Scotland, UK and in Washington State, USA. Immigrants from Countries of the Former Soviet Union; Valeriu MOSNEAGA, Rodica RUSU: Diaspora as an Element of Cultural-Ethnic Cohesion; Valentina-Tania DUNA, Dacian DUNA: War, Migration and Societal Security: The Case of the Iraqi Kurdish Diasporas in Europe; Adrian-Claudiu POPOVICIU: Labour Migration Reflected in the Council of Europe Law; Alexandra CSEKE: Integration of Immigrants in the European Union; Kobasheni Moopen PARUMAUL: Migration in Europe Against the Backdrop of the Global Revolution - An African Perspective; Anatoliy KRUGLASOV: Interethnic Relations Stability on the Ukraine-Romania Border: A Case of Chernivtsi Region; Dorin I. DOLGHI: The Culture of Security: Perceptions and Preference Formation in the European Union; Srimayee DAM: Re-interpreting the Civic-Ethnic Divide on the European Identity; Pavlo MOLOCHKO: Peculiarities of Ethnonational Policy of Ukraine (Illustrated by the Example of the Chernivtsi Region); Dragos DĂRĂBĂNEANU: Ethnicity and Multicultural Communication in Shaping the European Social Space; Grigore SILASI, Monica BOLDEA: The Romanian Banat Region - An Example of Peaceful Interethnic Cohabitation at the Eastern Border of the European Union; Floare CHIPEA, Raluca MICLEA: The Social Frameworks of the Neighbourhood Relationships' Construction in the Cross-Border Area Bihor-Hajdú-Bihár; Sergiu BĂLłĂTESCU: Subjective Well-Being and Satisfaction with Places of Residence in the Counties at the Cross-Border Between Hungary and Romania; Aurora BENCIC, Teodor Ioan HODOR: Transdniestria. Ethnic Conflict or Geopolitical Interests?; Ecaterina CEBAN: The Role of Political Parties in Harmonization of Interethnic Relations (Case of the Republic of Moldova); Nataliya NECHAYEVA-YURIYCHUK: National Development Beyond the Nation-State: Problems and Prospects; Elisabetta NADALUTTI: Old and New Identities in the Upper Adriatic: is a Cross-Border Kind of Citizenship Emerging in Cross-Border Regions?; Dragos Lucian IVAN: Differentiated Containment: Compass and Horizon in Untying Ethhnicity and Interest within EU; Claudia Anamaria IOV: The Roma Minority - the Prospects and Limits of EU’s Social Policy, what Could or Should the EU be Doing?; George ANGLIłOIU: The Belgian Dilemma of Partition. A Pattern Study for the East.
    Keywords: Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie ; Politikwissenschaft ; Social sciences, sociology, anthropology ; Political science ; intercultural dialogue ; European border space ; Migration ; Europapolitik ; politische Willensbildung, politische Soziologie ; internationale Beziehungen ; Migration, Sociology of Migration ; European Politics ; Political Process, Elections, Political Sociology, Political Culture ; International Relations, International Politics, Foreign Affairs, Development Policy ; EU ; Osteuropa ; Migration ; Minderheit ; Ethnizität ; ethnische Beziehungen ; Religion ; Identität ; Einwanderung ; europäische Integration ; Diaspora ; Partizipation ; Arbeitsmigration ; Integrationspolitik ; Einwanderungspolitik ; europäische Sozialpolitik ; ethnischer Konflikt ; multikulturelle Gesellschaft ; interkulturelle Erziehung ; EU ; Eastern Europe ; migration ; minority ; ethnicity ; ethnic relations ; religion ; identity ; immigration ; European integration ; diaspora ; participation ; labor migration ; integration policy ; immigration policy ; European social policy ; ethnic conflict ; multicultural society ; intercultural education ; 10300 ; 10400 ; 10216 ; 10500 ; 11000 ; 40200
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    Ed. Univ. din Oradea | MISC | Oradea
    Suppl. | Annals of the University of Oradea - International Relations and European Studies | 342
    Publication Date: 2015-03-10
    Description: This publication also contains the papers of the PhD Candidates, National School of Political and Administrative Studies, Bucharest, Romania, beneficiaries of the “Doctoral Scholarships for a Sustainable Society”, project co-financed by the European Union through the European Social Fund, Sectoral Operational Programme Human Resources Development 2007-2013. Contents: Mircea BRIE, István POLGÁR, Florentina CHIRODEA: Cultural Identity, Diversity and European Integration. Introductory Study. I. Identity and elements of anthropology in the European space - Roxana Maria DASCĂLU: Insights Into the Concept of European Identity; Horia MOAŞA: Voice and Silence in Relation to Identity; Andreea MOLOCEA: To See Things in Another Perspective: Feminist Influence in Epistemology, a New Way of Regarding Social and Political Science; Ileana SĂDEAN: Anthropological Representations of the Foreign Rural Development Model "Leader" in Romania. II. Education and communication - Ioana CIUCANU: Making Diversity Work in European Higher Education the Interplay Between Performance and Diversification; Mirela VLASCEANU: Impact of Quality-Based Funding in Romanian Higher Education: 1999-2010; Andra-Maria ROESCU: Studying Causal Inference in Political Science. The Case of Experiments; Paul PARASCHIVEI: Political Communication in Romania from a New Perspective: the Online Voter; Andreea Elena CÂRSTEA: Mass Media and the Reconfiguration of the Public Sphere. III. European Union zone: the institutional dimension - Bogdan BERCEANU: The Dimension of Emerging Institutions in the European Union Member States; Adina MARINCEA: Who are the Olympians? A Cross-Country Analysis of People’s Trust in the EU; Monica OPROIU: Case-Study in Third-Party Intervention: the EU Mediation in the Russia-Georgia War of August 2008; Vasile ROTARU: The Neo-Finlandization – a Theoretical Review. IV. European policies and management models - Vicenţia Georgiana DUŢESCU: Policy Cohesion of the European Union a Perspective on the Management Authority for the Sectoral Operational Programme on Transport 2007-2013; Maria-Magdalena RICHEA: Models of Human Resources Management in Nonprofit Sector Organizations; Anca-Adriana CUCU: Performance Management of Health Care System in Romania: Realities and Perspectives; Cristinela-Ionela VELICU: Cross-Border Mobility of Health Professionals: an Exploratory Study of Migration Flows and Retention Policies in the CEE Region. V. European zone: social demographic perspective - Dragos Lucian IVAN: As the Population Clock Winds Down or Speeds Up? Demographic Stories: Apocalyptic, Opportunistic and Realistic; Andra Maria POPA: The Constitutionalization of the European Economic and Social Model; Cristina SANDU: New Paths of Social Services Through Social Entrepreneurship; Mihaela TUCĂ: Corporate Social Responsibility as a Supporting Framework for Country Competitiviness.
    Keywords: Politikwissenschaft ; Political science ; Europapolitik ; European Politics ; EU ; europäische Identität ; kulturelle Vielfalt ; europäische Integration ; Hochschulbildung ; Bildungspolitik ; politische Kommunikation ; Massenmedien ; Öffentlichkeit ; Europapolitik ; Europäisierung ; europäische Sozialpolitik ; Migration ; EU ; european identity ; cultural diversity ; European integration ; university level of education ; educational policy ; political communication ; mass media ; the public ; European Policy ; Europeanization ; European social policy ; migration ; 10300 ; 10600 ; 10400 ; 10800 ; 10216 ; 10500
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  • Publication Date: 2014-11-13
    Description: "Developments in the metals and minerals markets are creating great challenges for industries and governments. Prices have risen sharply over the past decade, with strong fluctuations. In many metal markets supply and demand are highly concentrated, with deposits localized in a handful of countries and production in the hands of just two or three companies. Increasingly frequent state intervention and speculative tendencies produce a situation where market mechanisms often fail to function satisfactorily. These challenges cannot be tackled by national action alone. Rather, in the worst case, political measures that appear rational for a single country may generate collectively negative outcomes at the global level. However, multilateral governance initiatives for minerals and metals are virtually non-existent. Differences between the G20 states concerning interests, economic frameworks, goals, and instruments stand in the way of effective international raw materials governance. That is the starting point for this study, which sets out to explore the opportunities and challenges for greater international cooperation by systematically analyzing the raw materials situations, strategies, and instruments of the G20 states. 'Fragmentation or Cooperation in Global Resource Governance?' is a collaboration between the SWP and the Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR)." (author's abstract)
    Keywords: Politikwissenschaft ; Political science ; G20 ; Group of Twenty ; Metallische Rohstoffe ; Mineralische Rohstoffe ; Rohstoffreserven ; Versorgungssicherheit ; Sektorale Wirtschaftsstruktur ; Rohstoffhandel ; Wirtschaftspolitik ; Wirtschaftssektoren ; internationale Beziehungen ; Economic Policy ; Economic Sectors ; International Relations, International Politics, Foreign Affairs, Development Policy ; Rohstoffpolitik ; Rohstoff ; Markt ; Versorgung ; Rohstoffsicherung ; internationale Zusammenarbeit ; Bergbau ; Außenhandelspolitik ; internationale Wirtschaftsbeziehungen ; Handel ; Global Governance ; internationaler Vergleich ; Strategie ; commodity policy ; raw materials ; market ; supply ; preserving natural resources ; international cooperation ; mining ; export policy ; international economic relations ; commerce ; global governance ; international comparison ; strategy ; 10500
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    P. Lang | USA | New York
    89 | Digital Formations | 447
    Publication Date: 2016-11-23
    Keywords: Soziologie, Anthropologie ; Politikwissenschaft ; Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie ; Sociology & anthropology ; Political science ; Social sciences, sociology, anthropology ; big data ; computational social science ; interaktive, elektronische Medien ; Kommunikationssoziologie, Sprachsoziologie, Soziolinguistik ; politische Willensbildung, politische Soziologie, politische Kultur ; Erhebungstechniken und Analysetechniken der Sozialwissenschaften ; Interactive, electronic Media ; Sociology of Communication, Sociology of Language, Sociolinguistics ; Political Process, Elections, Political Sociology, Political Culture ; Methods and Techniques of Data Collection and Data Analysis, Statistical Methods, Computer Methods ; Internet ; Online-Dienst ; Soziale Medien ; Twitter ; computervermittelte Kommunikation ; Kommunikationsforschung ; interpersonelle Kommunikation ; politische Kommunikation ; Mobilisierung ; Journalismus ; Wissenschaft ; Wissenschaftsbetrieb ; Alltagskultur ; Massenkultur ; soziale Wirklichkeit ; soziales Netzwerk ; Methodenforschung ; Forschungsstand ; Datengewinnung ; Datenqualität ; Internet ; online service ; social media ; twitter ; computer-mediated communication ; communication research ; interpersonal communication ; political communication ; mobilization ; journalism ; science ; scientific scene ; popular culture ; mass culture ; social reality ; social network ; methodological research ; research status ; data capture ; data quality
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