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Integrating the Use of Online Social Networking Sites in the Communication Strategy of a Company

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Can Social Media Addiction Influence the Consumers’ Loyalty for a Certain Brand or Product?

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Perceived Cohesion in Military Student Groups

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Managers and Organizational Citizenship Behavior

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Academic Self-Efficacy in Military Higher Education: Assessment of the Psychometric Qualities of Perceived Academic Efficacy Scale

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Researching The Influence of Online Social Networks on The Students’ Communication – 1St Part

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Competence to the Leadership and It’s Concept in the Army of Czech Republic

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