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Providing Public Sport Facilities in Post-Socialist Times: The Case of the Czech Republic

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For the Game, for the Loyal Partisans: Distribution of Sport Grants in Slovakia

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The Use of the Twitter in Public Benefit Organisations in Poland: How Communicative Function of Tweets Translates Into Audience Reaction?

with income from 100,000 to 10 million PLN, it was every fifth, and in the sample from the smallest organisations as much as 41.1% of tweets were those focused on dialogue and interactivity. However, it should be clearly emphasised that amongst the smallest organisations, only 73 tweets were identified in the analysed 14-day period (a very low publication frequency) and as many as 70% of tweets belonged to a single organisation – the Sport Club whose Twitter profile has clearly focused on community building. That tweet subcategory was particularly popular and has

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Evaluation of a Campus Service Quality Recreational Scale

quality performance? Journal of Service Research, 10 (1): 22-42. Denison, C.B. (2013) Perceptions of dimensions of service quality and recreational benefits in collegiate recreational sports programs, Doctoral Dissertation. University of Northern Iowa: Uni Scholar Works. Dhurup, M. (2014) Revisiting the salient dimensions of service quality in commercial health and fitness centres in South Africa: sport marketing. AJPHERD, 2 (20): 381-393. Edginton, C.R., Hudson, S.D., Dieser, R.B. & Edginton, S.R. (2004) Leisure programming: a service-centered and

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Proposal for Serbian Tourism Destinations Marketing Campaign / Predlog Za Marketinšku Kampanju Srpskih Turističkih Destinacija

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Serbia is geographically located in Europe, which is why it faces stiff competition from other European destinations, but also from other destinations worldwide. In order to understand contemporary competitive environment, major trends have been identified at the global, regional and local level. The data from the analysis of Serbian summer season tourism market were used to create tourist profiles for 4 supply side regions (Domestic-Serbia; Western Balkans-Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro, Kosovo and Macedonia; Central-Eastern Europe-Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Romania; Western Europe and the rest of the world), for 5 major Serbian destinations (Belgrade, Novi Sad, Niš, Zlatibor, Kopaonik) and for 7 types of tourists according to their core motivation for travelling (pleasure, fun & entertainment, nature, culture, sport & adventure, health, and business). Based on the given tourist profiles, separate marketing campaign scenarios were created for each of the market segments.

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Estimation of The Willingness-to-Pay for Preserving The Football Arena in Gdansk

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Determinants of the Perceived Internship Effectiveness: Exploring Students’ Experiences

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Effects of Football Match Results of Croatian National Team on Stock Returns: Evidence from Zagreb Stock Exchange

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Using ZMET for Investigating the Role of Social Media in the Employment Process

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Sweet Sweatshops - A Reflexion about the Impact of Sweatshops on Countries’ Competitiveness

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