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Lithuanian Annual Strategic Review
The Journal of Military Academy of Lithuania
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Usage of Social Network Analysis (Sna) in Crisis Management

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Social Media Use in Public Administration: The Case of Facebook Use by Czech Regions

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Can Social Media be a Tool for Participatory Governance in Slovak Municipalities ?

Management Reforms in CEE: Main Trajectories and Results.” NISPAcee Journal of Public Administration and Policy 4(1), 9 - 29. Boulianne, Shelley. 2015. “Social Media Use and Participation: A Meta-Analysis of Current Research.” Information, Communication & Society 18(5), 524 - 538. Boyd, Danah M. and Nicole B. Ellison. 2007. “Social Network Sites: Defi nition, History, and Scholarship.” Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication 13(1), 210 - 230. Bryer, Thomas A. and Staci M. Zavattaro. 2014. “Social Media and Public

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Law, Social Norms and Welfare as Means of Public Administration: Case Study of Mahalla Institutions in Uzbekistan

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Access to Socio-Cultural Life inside Assisted Care Homes?
Overviewing Legislation in Finland and Kazakhstan

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The Influence of Cultural Competence on the Interpretations of Territorial Identities in European Capitals of Culture

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Measuring for Absorption: How the Institutionalisation of EU Cohesion Policy Influences the Use of Performance Indicators in Hungary

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The Significance and Impact of Innovation Networks of Academia and Business with a Special Emphasis on Work-Based Learning

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