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:// Kanigel, Rachele, The Student Newspaper Surviving Guide , ediţia a doua, Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, West Sussex, 2011. Kolb Y., Alice şi Kolb A., David, „Learning Styles and Learning Spaces: Enhancing Experiential Learning in Higher Education”, Academy of Management Learning & Education , vol. 4, nr. 2, 2005, pp. 193-212. Online: Kolb A., David, Experiential learning: Experience as the source of learning and develeopment , New Jersey, Pretice-Hall, 1984 Mencher, Melvin, News Reporting and Writing , twelveth

international project Oral History: Fates of Those Who Survived (1995–7) ( Salner 1997 ; Vrzgulova 2005 , 2016 ), I began discovering the previously unknown faces of my surroundings, and I am still on this discovery trip. As an ethnologist, I meet and talk to people. And since I am interested in their interpretations and observations of their own life stories, I am intrigued by how large historic events are reflected in personal histories. Over the past 20 years, I have conducted hundreds of interviews using mainly oral history or the biographical method. I seek to

progress in the relation- ship between Minsk and Brussels, foreign policy should focus on issues such as trade, the environment, safety of the borders, energy, transport and education. Th e authors discussing Belarusian foreign policy note that Belarus cannot survive without the economic help of Russia. Belarus, on the other hand, supports Russia signif- icantly in its relations with Europe. However, there is a chance for a change in the stable Belarusian policy. In the researchers’ opinion, the planned military cooperation between Belarus and Russia may result in

Benedict Option ( Dreher, 2017 ). Dreher also tries to popularize his ideas in his regular blog in “The American Conservative” and in articles in liberal media like “The New York Times.” A good illustration of his ideas can be found in his article “What Must Survive a Corrupt Catholic Church,” published in The New York Times ( Dreher, 2018 ). It is a good illustration of Dreher’s conservative ideology. First of all, he mentions why he converted to Catholicism as a young man: “When I converted to Catholicism in my 20s, I seized my faith like a sword to be wielded against

seems to be blurred, it is still possible, using quantitative measures, to select a sample of the most infl uential ones in last three decades. Some of these parties managed to enter their respec- tive coalition cabinets. However, the majority of small parties in the region were not able to survive and many of them could take part only in one electoral race. Th e presentation was focused on 26 cases of parties that lasted throughout the analysed period. Th e next ECPR General Conference will take place in Wrocław on 4–7 September 2019. Th ere is a

collective memory and nostalgia, as the changes in political and social system happened quite recently and were dramatic enough to conceptualize nostalgia and analyze the variety of forms it may take. Majority of the research is dedicated to Eastern Germany, and its Ostalgie, ex-Yugoslavia’s Yugonostalgia, and other Central European and Balkan countries. However, Georgia has its specific type of nostalgia that developed and existed in a completely different context. In Georgia, nostalgic feelings contradict the official narrative, help to cure the trauma and survive, and

Chişinău Grammar School. The authorities argued that students used the language practically and it was not necessary to study it for any other reasons ( Buzu 2012 , 44). A series of prohibitions also concerned the media. Previously, in 1863, the Russian government did not allow Georghe Gore to publish newspapers in Romanian and, in 1884, the Romanian newspaper Mesagerul Basarabiei was banned. This formally ended the public use of the Romanian language in Bessarabia. However, due to the low level of literacy, Romanian still survived as colloquial Moldavian. Similarly

will not survive without them ( Jeremić: Nema veće… , 2017). Therefore, the Serbs should follow the teaching of Saint Sava, which prepares the nation to be ready for the challenges posed by the present times. The public debate during the presidential election also included the figure of king Alexander I Karađorđević. He was introduced by one of the candidates, Nenad Čanak, the leader of the Socialdemocratic League of Vojvodina ( Lige socijaldemokrata Vojvodine , LSV), in order to evaluate Janković. Čanak stated that Janković, and more specifically the way he acts

developed, read primitive, or immature traditions, which revolved around concrete worship practices, religious objects, and sacred sites. Indeed, from the perspective of a certain elite, strange ritual practices were regarded as remnants of a primitive past, existing solely among the “ignorant and superstitious classes of modern Europe” and “among the lowest savages surviving in the remotest corners of the world” ( Frazer 1993 , 49). One more related element to this hierarchical presentation of religion is that more cultivated, advanced, and developed religions were

). I should like to urge at this juncture that liberal citizenship, if it is both to survive and flourish, signals the need for a clear and practical hermenuetic of “public dialogue.” One is not born a liberal citizen but must “become” one; to overcome the parochial or local identity with which we have been endowed is to engage in an intentional deflationary strategy of public dialogue. The following paragraphs briefly address this strategy mediated by John Rawl’s “idea of overlapping consensus” as it is articulated in his late work, Political Liberalism (1993