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Self-Presentation of Polish Football Managers on Linkedin

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Capacities of African-oriented Polish NGOs: a quantitative approach

, three basic measures of social network analysis have been adopted: centrality degree (5) , betweenness (6) and closeness (7). Centrality degree indicates how many connection one node has. Betweenness degree indicates nodes that serve as bridges in the network. Closeness degree indicates nodes that have the shortest paths to all other nodes in a network. 1. Implementation of projects funded by international donors (binary variable) WWW 2. Number of institutional connections of members of the boards with other organisations (discrete variable) National

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Post-industrial university towns and the triple helix concept: case studies of Bristol, Sheffield, Novosibirsk and Tomsk

urgent. The research is especially useful for towns that are not national capitals and thus do not have the opportunity to force the whole country – or use the resources of the whole country – to ensure their development. Most provincial towns need to look for new solutions and additional resources in order to apply the Triple Helix model. Therefore, this article provides some analysis in the opportunities and difficulties provincial towns in two different countries face while applying the model. The images of many post-industrial towns are defined today by their

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Adaptive Development of a Regional Spatial Data Infrastructure Facing Local Prospects and Socio-Technological Trends

Regional Environmental Center, and the city of Turku) comes from the synergy benefits that they get for their GI operations – especially for data sharing, networking, and augmented professional competence. The two participating universities, in turn, are motivated by their interest in SDI-related research and education as well as the internship and job possibilities available to their graduates. Our analysis first offers a retrospective narrative of the overall development of the Lounaispaikka-SDI from its initiation to the present form. As source materials, we used

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Selected aspects of water and sewage management in Poland in the context of sustainable urban development

to it. It is also important that households and industry limit water consumption through the spreading of modern pro-ecological technologies. These factors directly favour the greening of a city. Studies on urban water and sewage management focus on technological, technical, environmental and socio-economic aspects. Technological and technical issues relate to practical guidelines for engineers for constructing urban water and sewage networks ( Todini, 2000 ; Pape, 2008 ; Coutts et al., 2013 ; Rojas-Torres et al., 2014 ) and the best water treatment and

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Creative Clusters in Visegrad Countries: Factors Conditioning Cluster Establishment and Development

- based Strategies in Small and Medium-sized Cities: Key Dimensions of Analysis. In: Questiones Geographicae, Volume 31, Issue 4, AMU Poznań, pp. 43-51. DOI: http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/quageo.2012.31.issue-4/v10117-012-0034-4/v10117-012-0034-4.xml Semm, K., 2011: Neighborhood Milieu in the Cultural Economy of City Development: Berlin’s Helmholtzplatz and Soldiner in the German “Social City” Program. In: Cities, Volume 28, Issue 1, Elsevier Ltd, pp. 95-106. DOI: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264275110001411 Slach

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Determinants of voter turnout in Nsukka Council of Enugu State, South Eastern Nigeria

250 268 https://doi.org/10.1080/19376812.2015.1009381 Touraine, A. (1981). The voice and the eye: An analysis of social movements Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Touraine A. 1981 The voice and the eye: An analysis of social movements Cambridge Cambridge University Press Verba, S. and Nie, N.H. (1972). Participation in America: Political Democracy and Social Equality. New York, Harper and Row. Verba S. Nie N.H. 1972 Participation in America: Political Democracy and Social Equality New York Harper and Row Verba, S

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Urban and Rural Public Spaces: Development Issues and Qualitative Assessment

Movement and communication Functionality On-site activities Fulfilment of conditions for required and optional activities Fulfilment of conditions for social activities Good living conditions Good technical infrastructure network Easy vertical and horizontal communication Quick access to greeneries and to recreation and leisure areas Quick access to services Proper distribution of roads and paths Practicality Good access to small architecture elements Physical spatial arrangement of elements facilitating

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Geographical mobility among retired US migrants living in the Northwestern region of Mexico bordering California, US

-Rodríguez, V., editors, Environmental Gerontology in Europe and Latin America: Policies and Perspectives on Environment and Aging, International Perspectives on Aging, Vol. 13, New York: Springer Publishing Company, pp. 73-91. Rojas, V., LeBlanc, H.P. and Sunil, T. S., 2014: US Retirement Migration to Mexico: Understanding Issues of Adaptation, Networking, and Social Integration. In: Journal of International Migration and Integration, Vol. 15(2), pp. 257-273. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12134-013-0278-4 Shelley, E., 1996: Your Guide to

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Demographic changes in Polish cities in the years 1950-2016

population of Poland and almost 47% of the total urban population ( Fig. 1 , Table 1 ). Thus, the study included all cities that in the research period (1950–2016) had a population of ≥100,000 residents. Fig. 1 Percentage share of cities of various size categories in Poland, 1950–2016 Source : Own study based on stat. gov.pl data Table 1 Characteristics of changes in the network of cities of ≥100,000 residents in Poland, 1950–2016 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2016 number of cities of ≥100,000 pop. 17 22 24 36 43

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