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Polski Przeglad Politologiczny
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Entrepreneurial Universities and Regional Development: Policy Origins, Progress, and the Future, with a Focus on Poland

Conceptual Framework for Understanding Knowledge-Based Economic Development’. Journal of Technology Transfer . Vol. 31, pp. 175-188. Callan, B. (2001). ‘Generating spin-offs: evidence from the OECD’. Science Technology Industry Review. Special issue on fostering high tech spin-offs: a public strategy for innovation , Vol. 26, pp. 13-56. Clark, B. (1998). Creating Entrepreneurial Universities: organizational pathways of transformation . New York: Pergamon Press. Davey, T. (2013). ‘The State of University-Business Cooperation in Poland’. Available at

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Transnationalism in the Pacific Region as a Concept of State Identity

Introduction The Pacific region, because of the interesting dynamics of its development in recent decades (since the 70s of the past century, i.e., the change in New Zealand’s national policy on minorities), has become the center of investigation by professionals from different fields, who are examining the development of New Zealand’s position (i.e., Miller 1995 , Perry-Webster 1999 , Butcher 2012 ) as a key player in the region as the country has also declared itself in official documents ( Statement of Intent 2008–2009 , 12) See more: http

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Secular Formatting of the Sacred: Human Rights and the Question of Secularization and Re-Sacralization

coined by Max Weber and used in order to describe a long historical development toward a more natural and secular understanding of the world, from the prophets of the Old Testament up to the modern critique of religion. However, Joas takes issue with the description of a one-way development toward a secular modern world, when it comes to religion as well as politics. On the one hand, Europe has seen a significant decrease in religious observance (often referred to as “secularization”), but morality has not collapsed although Christianity lost influence and authority

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The Challenge of Postsecularism

of religion on the destructive development of human history. It is particularly evident in the relation between religious fundamentalism and violence. Hent de Vries stated in his book: “The way in which this ‘transcendental historicity’, as Husserl and Derrida would say, is overdetermined by ‘religion’, in all of its manifestations, forms the central concern of this book; the insight that this inflection betrays a certain ‘violence’ (to be defined) is its main thesis” ( de Vries, 2002 , p. XII). But perhaps the most important result of rejecting the concept of

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How to Respond to Conflicts Over Value Pluralism?

Introduction When it comes to understanding socio-cultural conflicts, including conflicts over values, the Netherlands offers an intriguing empirical case, which also helps us to understand similar developments in other West-European countries. Let me start with a recent example of such a conflict, which has caused a lot of social unrest each year since it cropped up for the first time in the fall of 2013. It is about the festival of Sinterklaas , celebrated on December 5. Although it has for centuries been the country’s most important children’s holiday

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Contemporary Religiosity and the Absence of Solidarity With Those in Need

interpretations. What Comes after Secularization – The Czech Case Study Secularization was understood in European modernity as a process of emancipation from religion, in which religious thinking, practices, and institutions lost social significance. The turn of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries brought new developments within this paradigm (see Martin 2005 , Davie 1999 ). Thus, we now speak about different modes of the return of religion and spirituality into the public space and about its coexistence with what of the secularization paradigm is still alive. I

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Process Tracing in Evaluating Innovation in Sub-Regional Governance. Case Study of Selected Integrated Territorial Investments in Poland

: are implementation eff ects out of control?’. Clinical Psychology Review. No. 18, 23-45. Fitzpatrick J. L., Sanders J. R. Worthen B. R. (2011). Program Evaluation: Alternative Approaches and Practical Guidelines. London: Pearson Education. George A. L., Bennett A. (2005). Case Studies and Th eory Development in the Social Sciences. Cambridge, MA/London: MIT Press. Klimowicz M., Dudzik L. (2015). Zintegrowane Inwestycje Terytorialne w nowym podejściu do zarządzania miastami w ramach realizacji unijnej polityki spójności

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‘Assistance from A to Z’ as an Innovative Social Investment in Action. Evaluation of a Case Study

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