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FOMO, Brands and Consumers – about the Reactions of Polish Internet Users to the Activities of Brands in Social Media (Based on CAWI Representative Research)

, 2019], https://www.thememo.com/2016/03/22/fomo-patrick-mcginnisbook-the-10-entrepreneur-fomo-meme/ . LAI C., ALTAVILLA D., RONCONI A., ACETO P. (2016), Fear of missing out (FOMO) is associated with activation of the right middle temporal gyrus during inclusion social cue, [in:] Computers in Human Behavior, vol. 61, pp. 516-521. LEBOEUF K. (2016), 2016 update: what happens in one Internet minute? [online: December 4, 2019], http://www.excelacom.com/resources/blog/2016-update-what-happens-in-one-internet-minute . Libertymarketing.co.uk (no data

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’Žena I Svet’ and ‘Hrvatica’: An Analysis of Two Women’s Magazines in Interwar Serbia and Croatia (1925-1941)

Hrvatskoj (povijesni presjek i današnja situacija). University of Zadar. Department of Sociology. HALPERN, J. M., KASER, K., & WAGNER, R. A . (1996). Patriarchy in the Balkans: Temporal and cross-cultural approaches. The History of the Family, 1(4), 425-442. HERRMANN, F., & LÜNENBORG, M . (2001). Tabubruch als Programm. Privates und Intimes in den Medien. Opladen: Leske+ Budrich. HERVE, F . (1982). Brot und Frieden-Kinder, Küche, Kirche. Frauenbewegung in der Weimarer Republik. Geschichte der deutschen Frauenbewegung, Köln, 119-153. HORVAT, V

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