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., Rossi F. (2010) Italy: Ict and In Service Teacher Training - Blended E Learning Provided by Punto Edu. In Balanskat, A., & Gertsch, C. A. (2010). Digital Skills Working Group. In Review of national curricula and assessing digital competence for students and teachers: Findings from 7 countries. European Schoolnet Brüssels. Parigi L, Di Stasio M., Mangione M.G., Pettenati M.C., Formiconi A., Guasti L, Russo C, Federici G., Faggioli M (2015). Bridging formal and informal learning in teachers professional development: experiences and innovative environments. In Falcinelli

Online – A New Dimension in Social and Cultural Development Zoltán Szűts: Az internetes kommunikáció és média története, elmélete és jelenségei [Online. The History, Theory, and Phenomenon of Internet Communication and Media]. Wolters Kluwer, Budapest, 2018 Kristóf FEHÉR Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary e-mail: As a subject of my review, I am going to introduce Zoltán Szűts’s newest book, Az internetes kommunikáció és média története, elmélete és jelenségei [Online. The History, Theory, and Phenomenon of

Considering Internal and External Stakeholders. Corporate Reputation Review 3(3): 268–274. Chernev, A. (2017). Strategic Brand Management . Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University. Coleman, D. A.–de Chernatony, L.–Christodoulides, G. (2011). B2B Service Brand Identity: Scale Development and Validation. Industrial Marketing Management 40: 1063–1071. Esch, F. R. (2008). Brand Identity: The Guiding Star for Successful Brands. In: Schmitt, B. H.–Rogers, D. L. (eds.), Handbook on Brand and Experience Management . Cheltenham: PEFC, 58–75. Kapferer, J. N. (2004, 2008

rst chapter serves as a manual full of tactics on how to “feed the monster” and abuse this system, but do not stop reading just yet! Journalism today is based on ten principles as follows: verifi cation, objectivity, originality, completeness, transparency, fairness, restraint, humanity, accountability, and empowerment. Blogs make the news but ignore these principles, products of several years’ experience, and tradition. According to the author, the Internet and its paths are still new, and it takes a bit of time to catch up with such technical development

. Kustiawan, U. (2013). Sumber dan Media Pembelajaran Anak Usia Dini. Malang: FIP UM. Kustiawan, U. (2016). Mading Show for Early Age Child. Asian Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities, Volume 5 Nomor 1 Februari 2016, Halaman 113-118 ISSN: 2186-8484. Japan: Leena and Luna International. Meutia, A.C. dkk. (2003). APE untuk Kelompok Bermain. Jakarta: Direktorat PAUD Depdiknas. Morrison, G.S. (1988). Education and Development of Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers. London: Scott, Foresman and Company. Munadi, Yudhi. (2008). Media Pembelajaran. Jakarta: Gaung Persada (GP

2006 on Key Competences for Lifelong Learning (2006/962/EC) (Official Journal of the European Union. 30.12.2006). Hill, I. (2006). Student types, school types and their combined influence on the development of intercultural understanding. Journal of Research in International Education , 5 (1), 5-33. Hobbs, R. (2010). Digital and Media Literacy: A Plan of Action . Knight Commission on the Information Needs of Communities in a Democracy. Aspen Institute: Washington DC. Kavanagh, J., Campbell, F., Harden, A., & Thomas, J. (2012). Mixed methods synthesis: a worked

Digital Literacy, 9 (4), 281–299. Parigi, L. (2016). Balancing between ICT training and reflective practice in teachers’ professional development. TD – Tecnologie didattiche , 24 (2), 11-121. Pereira, S., Pinto, M., Moura, P. (2016a). Understanding the Current World. Report on the e-Lab Experimentation . Minho: University of Minho. Pereira, S., Pinto, M., Moura, P. (2016b). Media uses and audiences in the digital environment. Report on the e-Lab Experimentation . Minho: University of Minho. Prendes, M.P., Castañeda, L., & Gutiérrez, I. (2010). Competencias para el


Organisational communication in the age of artificial intelligence (AI) development is an opportunity but also a challenge. Thanks to the changing media space and the development of technology, it is possible to automate work, increase the effectiveness and power of influence and distribution of content. However, they also raise questions concerning risks, ranging from those associated with the social area (reducing the number of jobs) to the ethics of communication and the ethics of the professional profession of public relations (still PR ethics or the AI ethics in PR). The article will outline the opportunities and concerns resulting from the use of AI in communication of an organisation.


The aim of this thesis is to examine the influence of the 1918 Concordat on the development of the Catholic press through a comparative analysis of the Catholic press and the press as a whole published in 1918-1939. The data used come from the publication of the Central Statistical Office, industry statistical publications and publications of press researchers of that period.

The results of the analysis are the collected quantitative data of the Catholic press and the press as a whole for individual years, broken down into data sources. The results of the study provide an image confirming the thesis about the influence of the concordat on the development of the Catholic press of the Second Republic of Poland.