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The Knowledge Accelerating the Society Development

References ŠMÍD, Jaroslav. Accelerating the society development level of innovation and pyramid of knowledge. In CO-MAT-TECH 2009. Industrial Engineering, Management and Quality for 21st century. [CD-ROM]: Proceedings of the 17 th International Science Conference. Trnava: AlumniPress, 2009. pp. 371-376. ISBN 978-80-8096-100-8 Štefan HOLAKOVSKÝ. Pohnime rozumom! 5. čast'. In Duševné vlastníctvo , 2007, roč. 11, č. 3, pp. 29-31. ISSN 1335-2881 Henry CHESBROUGH, Wim VANHAVERBEKE

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Rebranding Development Communications in Emergent India

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Phonological Development in the Early Speech of an Indonesian-German Bilingual Child

the Speech of Young Children. In P. Fletcher and M. Garman (eds.), Language Acquisition: Studies in First Language Development, 133-148. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Ingram, D. 1992. First Language Acquisition: Method, Description, and Explanation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Ingram, E. 1973. Language Development in Children. In H. Fraser and W. R. O’Donnell (eds.), Applied Linguistics and the Teaching of English, 21-36. London: Longman Group Limited. Iverson, J. M. and S. Goldin-Meadow. 2005

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Reaching the Objectives of Sustainable Development on the Basis of the Creative Industries – A South and Eastern European Analysis

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The impact of depopulation in urban areas on the development of built-up suburban areas – the case of Poznań and Skórzewo

, have been particularly important in the context of examining the phenomenon of suburbanisation. P. Hall (1971 : 118–119) carried out his research using a model that distinguished between the main ‘core’ of the city, its ‘ring’ and the hinterland. He suggested a four-phase model of city development, which began with a phase of centralisation and ended first with relative and finally with absolute decentralisation. This model was developed by L. H. Klaassen et al. (1981) . Van den Berg (1982 : 36) has defined four urban development cycles – Urbanisation

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Regional Disparities in Development – The Case of Poland

Office (2008), Statistical Yearbook of the Regions - Poland 2007. Central Statistical Office, Warsaw. 6. Cojanu V. (2010), A Strategic and Operational View of Competitiveness and Cohesion in the European Context. Eastern Journal of European Studies, t. 1, nr 1, June, s. 153-168. 7. Czerny M. (2005), Globalizacja a rozwój. Wybrane zagadnienia geografii społeczno-gospodarczej świata. Wyd. Naukowe PWN, Warszawa. 8. Davis L.S. (2009), Development, W: K.A. Reinert, R.S. Rajan, (red.), The Princeton Encyclopedia of the World

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Reframing place-based economic development in South Africa: the example of local economic development

References Abrahams, D., 2003: Local Economic Development in South Africa: A Useful Tool for Sustainable Development. In: Urban Forum, Vol. 14 (2/3), pp. 185-200. Akudugu, J.A., 2013: Organising and Implementing Local Economic Development Initiatives at the District Level in Ghana, unpublished PhD dissertation Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms Universitat, Bonn. Akudugu, J.A. and Laube, W., 2013: Implementing Local Economic Development in Ghana: Multiple Actors and Rationalities, Bonn: ZEF Working Paper Series, No

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School-Based Mentoring for Professional Development of Inclusive School Teachers

References Ainscow, M. (2003). Using teacher development to foster inclusive classrooms. In T. Booth, K. Nes & M. Stromstad (Eds.), Developing inclusive teacher education (pp. 15-32). London: RoutledgeFalmer. Bourke, P., & Carrington, S. (2007). Inclusive education reform: Implications for teacher aides. Australasian Journal of Special Education, 31 (1), 15-24. Bricker, D. (1995). The challenge of inclusion. Journal of Early Intervention, 19 , 179

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Are Social Economy Organizations a Viable Alternative on the Labour Market for Students from Non-Economic Fields of Study? Research Results

Słowenii, Włoch, Wlk. Brytanii i Polski. Raport zbiorczy, EU TESES. (acces: 15. 6. 2009). CARROLL, A. B. – SHABANA, K.M. 2010. The Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibility: A Review of Concepts, Research and Practice. In International Journal of Management Reviews, vol. 12, 2010, no. 1, pp. 85–105. DEFOURNY, J. – NYSSENS, M. 2008. Social enterprise in Europe: recent trends and developments. In Social Enterprise Journal, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 202–228. EBERHARD, B. – PODIO, M. – ALONSO, A.P. – RADOVICA, E. – AVOTINA, L

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Factors involved in the development of pituitary and hypothalamus: a short review

neurohormones regulating anterior pituitary function. Recent Prog Horm Res. 1968;24:497–588. 10. Peters A, Conrad M, Hubold C, Schweiger U, Fischer B, Fehm HL. The principle of homeostasis in the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal system: new insight from positive feedback. Am J Physiol Integr Comp Physiol. 2007; DOI:10.1152/ajpregu.00907.2006. 11. Markakis EA. Development of the neuroendocrine hypothalamus. Front Neuroendocrinol. 2002;23:257–91; DOI:10.1016/S0091-3022(02)00003-1. 12. Swanson LW. Brain maps 4.0-Structure of the rat brain: An open access atlas

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