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Parliamentarism Versus Semi-Presidentialism in the Baltic States: The Causes and Consequences of Differences in the Constitutional Frameworks

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The Transformation of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Dance through State Education and Politics in the Ritual of a Rural Greek Community

). Once again: On the concept of ‘folk dance. Journal of the International Folk Music Council, 20, 30-14. Kealiinohomokou, J. (1972). Folk dance. In Dorson R., Folklore and folklife. An introduction (pp. 381-404). Chicago: Chicago University Press. Kamenetsky, C. (1972). Folklore as a political tool in Nazi Germany. The Journal of American Folklore, 85(337), 221-235. Konsola, Ν. (1990). Cultural activity and state policy in Greece. Athens: Papazisi Publication. Kostopoulos S. (1924). Nafpaktia from

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Stakeholders in the local service centre: who should be involved in the planning process? Insights from Poland, Czech Republic and Denmark

(many residents living on social welfare) the district is currently undergoing an integrated renewal programme. 6 Materials and methods The general methodological approach of this paper is embedded in the social sciences. No single method for stakeholder analysis is perfect, but one of the typical empirical tools used for identification of actors is interviews (see Yang, 2014 ). In our research we applied in-depth interviews (IDIs) with various actors representing three levels of the local social and political environment in each of the selected neighbourhoods

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Cultural Clusters as a Local Economic Development Strategy in Rural Small-Town Areas: Sarah Baartman District in South Africa

policy tools for promoting economic growth and development. This is especially true for post-industrial cities where CCIs are used to promote urban renewal ( Florida, 2003 ; Landry, 2012 ). Accordingly, most academic and industrial research focuses on cities in developed countries ( Gregory and Rogerson, 2018 ). There is however, a growing interest amongst developing countries in the potential of CCIs as new growth engines, although this has mainly been focused on urban areas ( Flew and Cunningham, 2010 ). However, there is a growing body of literature on CCIs in non

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Municipal waste recycling in big cities in Poland in the context of ecologisation

Infrastructures of consumption: Environmental innovation in the utility industries Earthscan Zaman, A.U. Lehmann, S. (2013). The zero waste index: a performance measurement tool for waste management systems in a ‘zero waste city’. In: Journal of Cleaner Production 50(1), 123-132. DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2012.11.041 Zaman A.U. Lehmann S. 2013 The zero waste index: a performance measurement tool for waste management systems in a ‘zero waste city’ Journal of Cleaner Production 50 1 123 – 132 https

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