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The Phenomenon of Journalism-related Crimes Under the Circumstances of Hybrid War in Ukraine

of Criminal Law & Criminology, 101(2): 529-573. Dudorov, O. and Khavroniuk, M. eds., 2014. Kryminalne pravo: navchalnyi posibnyk. Kyiv: Vaite. DW, 2016. The Berlin prosecutor’s office closed the case against the journalist of Channel One. 19 March [online]. Available at: http://p.dw.com/p/1IGHM (Accessed 4 July 2017). EthicNet, 2008. International principles of professional ethics in journalism. [online]. Available at: http://ethicnet.uta.fi/international/international_principles_of_professional_ethics_in_journalism

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‘Insufficient critique’ – The Oireachtas Banking Inquiry and the media

References Albaek, E. (2011). The interaction between experts and journalists in news journalism. Journalism, 12 (3), 325-48. Berry, M. (2012). The Today programme and the banking crisis. Journalism, 14 (2), 1-18. Berry, M. (2016). No alternative to austerity: How BBC broadcast news reported the deficit debate. Media, Culture & Society, 38 (6), 1-20. Christians, C. G., Glasser, T. L., McQuail, D., Nordenstreng, K., & White, R. A. (2009). Normative theories of the media journalism in democratic

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Journalism as a means to Reconciliation. Paul Schiemann’s Essays 1919–20

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Paul Schiemann was one of the most significant ethnic Germans left outside the German state by the post-First World War peace settlement. As editor of Rigasche Rundschau and an active politician in the new Latvian state, he was well placed both to comment on developments in the political life of the Baltic region and to attempt to work towards responses to them. This article focuses specifically on his journalism during the critical years 1919-20. As the Latvian state was forming against a background of considerable on-going violence and instability, Schiemann disseminated consistently a call for reconciliation between Latvia’s mutually suspicious national groups. The paper examines the compelling arguments he used.

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Crisis communication on Facebook

References Berkeley.edu (2011). Digital transform and social networks, Pew Research Center, Retrieved January 26, 2015, from http://multimedia.journalism.berkeley.edu/tutorials/digital-transform/socialnetworks/ . Breakenridge, D. (2008). PR 2.0: New media, new tools, new audiences . Upper Saddle River: FT Press. Capozzi, L., & Rucci, S. R. (2013). Crisis management in the Age of Social Media , Business Expert Press, LLC. Chavez, G. (2013). Social media can help – or hinder- crisis communication efforts, Communication World, 28 (6

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Tenant Participation In Social Housing Stock Management

paradygmatów zarządzania, na przykładzie szwedzkich organizacji mieszkalnictwa społecznego , The Scientific Bulletin of the Department of Economic Journalism and Public Relations, Wyd. Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Poznaniu, Poznań 2013. S uszyńska K., Szwedzki rynek nieruchomości mieszkaniowych w świetle światowego kryzysu finansowego , in: Studia i Materiały TNN, vol. 20, No. 3, 2012. T aylor M., Neighbourhood Governance: Holy Grail or Poisoned Chalice ?, Vol. 18, No. 3, 2003. W ard H., Tenant Participation From The Tenants' Point Of View , in

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The Role of Social Networks for Business in the Marketing Communications

Long History of Conscious Capitalism: A response to James O'Toole and David Vogel's “Two and a half cheers for conscious capitalism”. California Management Review, 53(3), pp.77-83. [14] Holtz, S., 2002, Public Relations on the Internet. New York: Amazon. [15] Hozjan, T., 2010, Spletne skupnosti kot orodja odnosov z javnostmi. Published thesis, Ljubljana: Fakulteta za družbene vede. [16] Ihator, S.A., 2001, Communication style in the information age. School of Journalism and Broadcasting , 6(4), pp.199

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Patterns of Overeducation in Europe: The Role of Field of Study

from implementing it. We implement the field of study indicator provided in the EU-LFS data as an explanatory variable. Following the classification scheme ISCED 2013-F, it distinguishes 11 field categories. In our estimation model, the single categories are coded as categorical dummy variables, choosing the category “Social Sciences, Journalism and Information” to be the omitted reference category. Additionally, in order to illuminate potential gender differences in the role of the single fields, we include interaction terms of the field category with a dummy

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Different Web Credibility Assessment as a Result of One Year Difference in Education

(New York: ACM Press, 1999): pp. 80-87. 15. Fogg, B. J., Marshall, J., Laraki, O. Osipovich, A., Varma, C., Fang, N., Paul, J., Rangnekar, A., Shon, J., Swani, P. and Treinen, M. (2001), “What Makes Web Sites Credible? A Report on a Large Quantitative Study”, CHI. Volume No. 3, Issue No. 1. 16. Garrison, B. (2003), “The Perceived Credibility of Electronic Mail In Newspaper Newsgathering”, Paper presented to the Newspaper Division Conference, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Kansas City, Missouri

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Branding European countries in the aftermath of important political transitions

Journalism of Nationalism and Ethnicity, 5 (5), pp.873-892. Payne, A., Storbacka, K., Frow, P. and Knox, S. (2009). Co-creating brands: diagnosing and designing the relationship experience, Journal of Business Research, 62(3), pp. 379-389. Dorota Mielewczyk, Tomasz Czuba, (2011). Poland: the brand, Marketing Intelligence & Planning, Bradford, 29 (1), pp.63-68 Raftowicz-Filipkiewicz, M. (2012). Nation branding as an economic challenge for the countries of the Middle and East Europe on the example of Estonia, Equilibrium; Torun

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A century of Irish parliamentary government

–53. Ó Cinnéide, S. (1999). Democracy and the Constitution. Administration, 46 (4), 41–58. Rafter, K. (2010). Reporting the Oireachtas: Irish political and parliamentary journalism since 1922. In M. MacCarthaigh & E. Manning (Eds), The Houses of the Oireachtas: Parliament in Ireland (pp. 400–14). Dublin: Institute of Public Administration. Stapleton, J. (1976). Parliamentary Reform: The Irish Situation. Administration, 24 (2), 212–21. Weeks, L., & Ó Fathartaigh, M. (Eds) (2018). The Treaty: Debating and establishing the Irish State . Dublin

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