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Hakan Güreşci and Recep Sait Arpat

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Irina Valko

моделирования: курс лекций. Mосква: Флинта, 2012). Snijders, Tom A. B. (2005): Models for Longitudinal Network Data. in Peter J. Carrington, John Scott and Stanley Wasserman. Models and Methods in Social Network Analysis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Strandsbjerg, Jeppe (2012): Cartopolitics, Geopolitics and Boundaries in the Arctic. Geopolitics 17 (4): 818-842. Valko, Irina (2013): The Arctic Regional System under External Influence: The Case of China. in Martin Riegl and Jakub Landovsky. Strategic and Geopolitical

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Petr Kratochvíl and Matúš Mišík

Clash of Capitalisms and the European Social Model. Comparative European Politics 10 (4): 476–504. Copeland, P. (2013): Central and Eastern Europe: Negotiating Influence in an Enlarged European Union. Europe-Asia Studies 66 (3): 467–487. Copsey, N. – Haughton, T. (2009): The Choices for Europe: National Preferences in New and Old Member States. Journal of Common Market Studies 47 (2): 263–286. Copsey, N. – Pomorska, K. (2010): Poland’s Power and Influence in the European Union. Comparative European Politics 8 (1): 304–326. Copsey, N

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Daniel Šárovec

. (1985): The German Greens: The Post-Industrial Non-Established and the Party System. International Political Science Review 6(4): 463–481. Cabada, Ladislav (2017): Democracy in East-Central Europe: Consolidated, Semi-consolidated, Hybrid, Illiberal or Other? Politics in Central Europe 12(2–3): 75–87. Cirhan, Tomáš – Kopecký, Petr (2017): Career Backgrounds, Professional Network and Party Cohesion: The Success of ANO in the Czech Republic. Politologický časopis/Czech Journal of Political Science 24(2): 116–136. Cirhan, Tomáš – Stauber, Jakub

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Aleksandra Zięba and Damian Szlachter

Duch NCTb), Radicalisation in broader perspective, Broese & Peereboom, Breda 2007. Sageman M., Understanding Terror Networks, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, 2004. Schmid A.P., “Radicalisation, De-Radicalisation, Counter-Radicalisation: a Conceptual Discussion and Literature Review,” ICCT Research Paper, The Haque (March 2013), Web 5 March 2015. <>. Silber M.D., Bhatt A., Radicalization in

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Samer Al-Khateeb and Nitin Agarwal

Understanding Botnets. Cambridge, MA. Kumar, S., Barbier, G., Abbasi, M.A., Liu, H., 2011. TweetTracker: An Analysis Tool for Humanitarian and Disaster Relief., in: ICWSM. Labatut, V., Dugue, N., Perez, A., 2014. Identifying the Community Roles of Social Capitalists in the Twitter Network. Presented at the IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Network Analysis and Mining (ASONAM), China. doi: 10.1109/ASONAM.2014.6921612 Nissen, T.E., 2015. #TheWeaponizationOfSocialMedia. Protalinski, E., 2012

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Christopher Houtkamp

Romanian Immigrants: The Role of Prejudice and Public and Private Acculturation Areas. The Journal of Social Psychology 154(4): 339-351. RUEDIN, D.-D’AMATO, G. 2011. Social Cohesion Challenges in Europe. EU-US Immigration Systems 2011/04, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, San Domenico di Fiesole (FI): European University Institute. RYAN, L.-SALES, R.-TILKI, M.-SIARA, B. 2008. Social Networks, Social Support and Social Capital: The Experiences of Recent Polish Migrants in London. Sociology 42(4): 672-690. SIRIN, S

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Denys Proshyn

References Coogan, T. P., The IRA. New York: Palgrave, 2002. Copeland, T., “Is the ‘New Terrorism’ really new? An Analysis of the New Paradigm for Terrorism.” The Journal of Conflict Studies XXI.2 (2001): 7-27. Crenshaw, M., “The Debate over ‘New’ vs. ‘Old’ Terrorism.” Values and Violence: Intangible Aspects of Terrorism. Eds. I. Karawan, W. McCormack, S. Reynolds. Dordrecht: Springer, 2008. Critical Terrorism Studies: A New Research Agenda. Ed. R. Jackson. Abingdon: Routledge, 2009

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Nevena Gojkovic Turunz

. Qualitative Researching . SAGE, London. McPHERSON, Miller–SMITH-LOVIN, Lyn–COOK, James M. 2001. Birds of a Feather: Homophily in Social Networks. Annual Review of Sociology 27: 415–444. MENG, Xin–GREGORY, Robert G. 2005. Intermarriage and the Economic Assimilation of Immigrants. Journal of Labor Economics 23(1): 135–175. MUNNIKSMA, Anke–FLACHE, Andreas–VERKUYTEN, Maykel–VEENSTRA, Ren. 2012. Parental Acceptance of Children’s Intimate Ethnic Outgroup Relations: the Role of Culture, Status, and Family Reputation. International Journal of Intercultural

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Andrea Kristóf

–KOVÁCS, Zoltán. 1999. A szuburbanizáció térbeni-társadalmi jellemzői Budapest környékén [Socio-Spatial Characteristics of Suburbanization around Budapest]. Földrajzi Értesítő XLVIII(1–2): 33–57. ENYEDI, György. 1984. Az urbanizációs ciklus és a magyar településhálózat átalakulása [The Cycle of Urbanization and the Transformation of the Hungarian Settlement Network]. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó. FEJES, László–SZABÓ, Zsuzsánna. 2003. A nagyvárosok belső tagozódása: Miskolc [Urban Structure of Cities: Miskolc]. KSH Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén Megyei Igazgatósága