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Construction coefficient in the settlements of Gllogoc Municipality (Republic of Kosova)

the Housing Studies Association Spring Conference, New York. Cadasral Agency of Kosova. (2017). Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning: Aerial images = 40cm/pixel and Vector data, Pristina. Çela, T. (2002). Economic development and functional differentiation of settlements, Studime Gjeografike, 18, Tiranë (in Albanian). Dagmar, H. Sigrun, K. Annegret, H. Erik, A. Ellen, B. Francesc, B. Miriam, B. Leonie, K. F. Niki, F. Nadja, K. Kerstin, K. Peleg, K. Jakub, K. Neele, L. Juliane, M. Stephan, P. Irene, R. Dieter R. Nina, S. Manuel, W

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The Building and Renovation History of Vilnius and Kaunas Churches: Dendrochronological Dating and Historical Sources

References Barokas Lietuvoje, ed. Arūnas Sverdioloas. Vilnius: Baltos lankos, 1996. Bauch, J., and Dieter Eckstein, “Wood biological investigations on panels of Rembrandt paintings.” Wood Science and Technology 15 (1981): 251-263. Bitvinskas, Teodoras, and Jonas Karpavičius, “Aušros Vartų paveikslo pirminio dendrochronologinio datavimo rezultatai.“ In Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis, Vol. 10: Aušros Vartų Švč. Marijos Gailestingumo Motinos paveikslas. Vilnius: Vilniaus dailės akademijos leidykla, 2009. 59

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How Movies Influence Our Dietary Behaviour?

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Movies include a shockingly high number of products - it is almost impossible to have a movie with no brand exposure at all. As entertainment fills a large part of our lives, product placements have invaded our social sphere more than we can imagine. Just as for the tobacco industry, until something is done to reduce and eliminate the images of unhealthy dietary behaviour on film, movies will remain one of the most powerful forces in the world promoting unhealthy sugary diets and serving the industry’s financial interests. The unhealthy lifestyle that is portrayed on the screens through extensive consumption of food items especially high in sugars, and how this can influence people’s dietary behaviour, is the main concern and discussion for this article. Thus, this article tries to give an overview of the current situation and how exactly it is possible for movies to influence the things we eat. Just as the tobacco industry has had a long history of working to influence Hollywood, the sugar industry will most probably face the same future. And this is not what films should be about.

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