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The Impact of EU Political Conditionality on Minority Rights in Western Balkans: Insights from the Croatian Enlargement

”, Journal of Southeastern Europe and the Balkans, 293-307 Council Of The European Union (20 February 2006), Council decision on the principles, priorities and conditions contained in the Accession Partnership with Croatia and repealing Decision 2004/648/EC,(Online). Available: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legalcontent/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32006D0145&from=EN Council Of The European Union (12 February 2008), Council decision on the principles, priorities and conditions contained in the Accession Partnership with Croatia and repealing Decision

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Irish and Polish in a New Context of Diversity in Northern Ireland’s Schools

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Motivational Factors in the Acquisition of Welsh in Poland

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For some years now, Welsh has been taught as a foreign language outside Wales, most especially in other Celtic countries, central Europe – and Poland. The first courses were established in the Catholic University of Lublin in the 1980s, and this provision has expanded over the years to include a Celtic language specialisation within the Faculty of English at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Relying at first on teachers from Wales to provide instruction in Welsh, the Centre for Celtic Studies is increasingly producing new, competent speakers/users of Welsh among the Poles. An obvious question to be asked concerns motivational issues – why, on the eastern edges of the European Union, are there people willing to put the effort into learning a language from the far west of Europe, when they have, in some cases, little contact with regular users of Welsh? Through the use of focus group interviews, the present study attempts to discover what motivates Polish students to study Welsh in a context of limited direct contact with the speakers of the language and limited, indirect access to Welsh language and culture.

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Polish Migration’s Socio-Cultural Impact on Wales in the Aftermath of 2004 – Preliminary Findings from Western Wales: An Aberystwyth Case Study

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Total Factor Productivity and Most Favored Nations Tariffs: Evidence from Croatia

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Social and Regional Policies of the European Community for an Integrated Equilibrium

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CEF Professional Profile as an Instrument in Language Needs Assessment for Business Companies

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Asymmetry in Priority Perception Form Local Community to PA – Budgeting through Citizen Participation (Municipality of Elbasan)

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Intergenerational Learning: A Cornerstone of Quality Aging

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Problems Encountered in High School Pupils, Who Have Divorced Parents

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