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Loredana Pungă

.153-168. Eggington, W. 2004. “Rhetorical influences. As Latin was, English is?”. In Discourse across Languages and Cultures. C. L. Moder and A. Martinovic-Zic (eds.). Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 251-267. Folman, S. and U. Connor. 1992. “Intercultural rhetorical differences in constructing a research paper”. Unpublished speech at the TESOL conference, Vancouver, Canada. Li, C. and S. Thompson. 1981. Mandarin Chinese: A Functional Reference Grammar. Berkeley: University of California Press. Onysko

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Zoltán Bartha and Andrea S. Gubik

Press. Freeman, C. (1987). Technology Policy and Economic Performance: Lessons from Japan. London: Pinter Publishers. Furtado, C. (1970). Economic Development of Latin America. London: Cambridge University Press. Hamilton, A. (1791). Report on Manufactures. Philadelphia. Harrod, R. F. (1948). Towards a Dynamic Economics. London: MacMillan. Hodgson, M. H. (2006). What Are Institutions? Journal of Economic Issues, 40(1), 1-25. Hofstede, G. (2001). Culture’s Consequences

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Charles Wait, Tafadzwa Ruzive and Pierre le Roux

, (1), pp. 18–36. Dermiguc-Kunt, A., Beck, T., Ross, L. (2009), Financial institutions and markets across countries and over time. Policy Research Working Paper , No. 4943, Data and Analysis. World Bank. Easterly, W., Loayza, N., Montiel, P. (1997), Has Latin America’s post-reform growth been disappointing? Journal of International Economics , Vol. 43, pp. 287–311. Estrada, G., Park, D., Ramayandi, A. (2010), Financial development and economic growth in developing Asia. ADB Economic Working Paper , Series, 233. Asian Development Bank

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Lavinia Cornelia Butum

Education, Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences . Retrieved from . Nicolescu L., Galalae C., (2013). A Systematic Literature Review On Students’ International Mobility And Cultural Adjustment, M anagement & Marketing Challenges for the Knowledge Society, 8(2), 261-282. OECD, (2016). Global Competency for an Inclusive World, Retrieved from . Ortega Goodspeed, T., (2016). Untangling the Soft Skills

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Emilia Wieliczko-Paprota

Philosophy, The. 1835. In The Knickerbocker; or New-York Monthly Magazine. Vol. 5, 1835. 35–43. Sinclair, Marie. 1887. The mystery of the ages. London: C.L.H. Wallace. Spurgeon, Caroline F. E. 1913. Mysticism in English literature . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Stanley Arthur P. 1879. Addresses and sermons delivered during a visit to United States and Canada in 1878 . New York, NY: Macmillan. Swedenborg, Emanuel. 2003 [1763]. Divine love and wisdom. (translated from the Latin by George F. Dole.) West Chester: Swedenborg Foundation

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Natasha Sumner

REFERENCES Arnold, Matthew. 1867. On the Study of Celtic Literature. London: Smith, Elder, and Co. Babcock-Abrahams, Barbara. 1975. “‘A Tolerated Margin of Mess’: The Trickster and His Tales Reconsidered,” Journal of the Folklore Institute 11.3: 147-186. Boas, Franz. 1898. Introduction to James Teit, Traditions of the Thompson Indians of British Columbia . Boston and New York: The American Folk-lore Society, 1-18. Bollard, J. K. 1996a. “The Role of Myth and Tradition in the Four Branches of the Mabinogi,” in: Charles W. Sullivan III

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José Santiago Arroyo-Mina and Daniel Guerrero

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Joanna Kopaczyk, Matylda Włodarczyk and Elżbieta Adamczyk

REFERENCES Adamska, Anna. 2006. Investigating multilingualism in medieval East Central Europe: Possibilities and limitations. (25 May, 2014) Adamska, Anna. 2007. Orality and literacy in medieval Central Europe: Final prolegomena. In Else Mundal & Jonas Wellendorf (eds.), Oral art forms and their passage into writing , 69–84. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press. Adamska, Anna. 2013. Latin and three vernaculars in East Central Europe from the point of view

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Zoia Ihina

. Москва: Издательство имени Сабашниковых. Curtius, E.R. (1953). European literature and the Latin Middle Ages. New York: Bollingen Foundation Inc. Decharnet, B. & Nefontaine, L. (2007) Symbol . Moscow: AST: Astrel'. / Desharne, B. & Nefontaine, L. Simvol . Moskva: AST: Astrel'. / Дешарне Б. & Нефонтен Л. Символ . Москва: АСТ: Астрель. Dictionary of linguistic terms (1969). Axmanova, O. (ed.). Moscow: Soviet Encyclopaedia Publishing House / Slovar' lingvisticheskix terminov . Axmanova, O. (red.). Moskva: Izdatelstvo “Sovetskaya Entsyklopediya

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YiShan Lea

' movement. Latin American Perspectives, 34 (2), 124-138. Jacobi, M. (1991). Mentoring and undergraduate academic success. A Literature Review. Review of Educational Research , 61(4), 505-532. Kellner, D. (1997). Globalization and the post-modern turn. Available from Kram, K. (1985). Mentoring at work: Developmental relationships in organizational life. Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman. Kreber, C. (2010). Courage and compassion in