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Jewish Swimming and Sports Club Bar Kochba Bratislava – the Most Successful Sports Club of Slovakia in the Interwar Period

LITERATÚRA Bergerová, N. (1992). Na križovatke kultúr. Historie československých Židů . Praha: Mladá fronta. Bučka, P. (2001). História armádneho športu na Slovensku , Bratislava FTVŠ UK. Bučka, P. (2012). Športový klub Makkabea Bratislava. Slovenský národopis , 2 (60), 175–186. Bučka, P. (2016). Makabi včera – Makabi dnes . Praha: Magen. Bureš, P., Plichta, J. (1931). Sport a tělesná kultura v Čsl. republice a cizině . Praha: Ministerstvo zdravotnictví a tělesné výchovy. Gerhárd, L. (1932). A Magyar Sport . Budapest

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Correlation of Objective and Subjective Parameters in Research of Urban Green Spaces Accessibility on the Example of Bratislava

References Barbosa, O., Tratalos, J.A., Armsworth, P.R., Davies, R.G., Fuller, R.A., Johnson, P. & Gaston, K.J. (2007). Who benefits from access to green space? A case study from Sheffield, UK. Landscape and Urban Planning , 83 (2-3): 187-195; Štatistický úrad SR (2009). Štatistická ročenka hlavného mesta SR Bratislavy. Štatistický úrad SR, Bratislava, Slovakia; Calthorpe, P. (1993). The Next American Metropolis. In Pasaogullari, N., Doratli, N. (2004): Measuring accessibility

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Historic flood marks and flood frequency analysis of the Danube River at Bratislava, Slovakia

Age'. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 100(1), 163-189. Brazdil, R., Kundzevic, Z.W., Benito, G., 2006. Historical hydrology for studying flood risk in Europe. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 51(5), 739-764. http://dx.doi.org/10.1623/hysj.51.5.739 Cico, M., 2012. Personal communication. Manuscript of the monograph on Bratislava`s Podhradie. Directive 2007/60/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2007 on the assessment and management of flood risks. Elleder, L., Herget, J

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Theoretical foundations of the Bratislava School of Business Ethics

Morality]. Prešov: FF PU. GLUCHMAN, V. (2017): G. E. Moore and theory of moral/right action in ethics of social consequences. In: Ethics & Bioethics (in Central Europe) , 7(1–2), pp. 57–65. HABERMAS, J. (1992): Erläuterungen zur Diskursethik [ Explanations on Discourse Ethics ]. Frankfurt am Main: Surkhamp. KANT, I. (1999): Kritika praktického rozumu [ Critique of Practical Reason ]. Bratislava: Spektrum. KANT, I. (2004): Základy metafyziky mravov [ Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysic of Morals ]. Bratislava: Kalligram. LAŠÁKOVÁ

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Population potential within the urban environment and intra-urban railway network opportunities in Bratislava (Slovakia)

References: GARAJOVÁ, A. (2015): Analýza vybraných demografických ukazovateľov základných sídelných jednotiek. Bratislava, Prif UK. GARDNER, B., ABRAHAM, C. (2007): What drives car use? A grounded theory analysis of commuters reasons for driving. Transportation Research: Traffic Psychology, Behaviour, 10(3): 187–200. GEURS, T., RITSEMA VAN ECK, R. (2001): Accessibility measures: review and applications. Utrecht, Urban Research Centre Utrecht University. GEURS, T., VAN WEE, B. (2004): Accessibility evaluation of land-use, transport

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From School Benches Straight to Retirement? Similarities and Differences in the Shopping Behaviour of Teenagers and Seniors in Bratislava, Slovakia

-38. Káčerová, M., Ondačková, J., Mládek, J. (2014): Time-space differences of population ageing in Europe. Hungarian Geographical Bulletin, 63(2): 177-199. Kita, P., Furková, A., Reiff, M., Konštiak, P., Sitášová, J. (2017): Impact of Consumer Preferences on Food Chain Choice: An empirical study of consumers in Bratislava. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis, 65(1): 293-298. Kohijoki, A. M., Marjanen, H. (2013): The effect of age on shopping orientation-choice orientation types of the ageing shoppers. Journal

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Visibility and perception analysis of city monuments: The case of Bratislava city centre (Slovakia)

): Reine Geographie: eine methodologische Studie beleuchtet mit Beispielen aus Finnland und Estland. Helsinki, Helsingfors. GRASS DEVELOPMENT TEAM (2010): Geographic Resources Analysis Support System (GRASS) Software, Version 6.4.0, Open Source Geospatial Foundation. Available at: http://grass.osgeo.org HLAVATÁ, Z., OŤAHEĽ, J. (2010): Visual analysis of selected historical dominants in Bratislava. Geografický časopis, 62(3): 239–311. IRA, V. (2003): The changing intra-urban structure of the Bratislava city and its perception. Geografický časopis, 55

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Shopping Centres in Warsaw and Bratislava: A Comparative Analysis

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The aim of the paper is to summarise the development of shopping centres and their current locations, types and sizes in Warsaw and Bratislava using a comparative analysis method. Both cities are situated in post-communist countries where the transformation of the retail sector shows many similarities. Before the 1990s, globalisation processes could not be observed in the retail sector in either of these countries. After the 1990s, some new forms of retailing started to appear in both Warsaw and Bratislava. Supermarkets, hypermarkets and modern shopping centres came to existence as a new form of retailing which influenced other traditional forms of retailing in these cities.

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Prevalence of Staphylococcus aureus and antibiotic resistant Staphylococcus aureus in public transport in Bratislava, Slovakia

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There is evidence that the transmission of Staphylococcus aureus and methicillin-resistant S. aureus between the community and environmental surfaces still exists. Even the means of this transmission remain uncertain, the public transport system may serve as a potential source of different bacteria, and the contact with contaminated public surfaces may increase the risk for bacterial diseases emergence. This study aimed to investigate S. aureus contamination on Bratislava’s public transport vehicles. Forty samples of hand-touched surfaces were collected during December 2015 and March 2017 by using surface sampling method. S. aureus was detected in all analysed swabs. Simultaneously, antibiotic resistance of S. aureus from swabs was evaluated. Of 40 samples, only 23 % did not contain S. aureus resistant to some of 10 analysed antibiotics. On the other hand, the severe prevalence of highly resistant S. aureus to penicillin, methicillin, ampicillin, and cefoxitin was confirmed. 15 % of isolates displayed resistance to at least three antimicrobial classes. The amount of S. aureus was not significantly influenced by the lines or by the analysed surface (grabs rails or on-board stop buttons). However, there was a statistically significant effect of year period, both between samples from December and March and between samples from the same month but different year. The study confirmed the widespread occurrence of resistant S. aureus in public transport vehicles in Bratislava, Slovakia.

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Aeropalynological aspects in the detection of the quality of air in Bratislava

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