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Jolanta Rodzoś and Monika Wesołowska

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Jarosław Badera

urban planning: experiences from Finland. Environ. Impact Assess. Rev. , 30: 312–318. Prell C., Hubacek K., Reed M. 2009. Stakeholder Analysis and Social Network Analysis in Natural Resource Management. Society & Natural Resour. , 22, 6: 501-518. Prno J. 2013. An analysis of factors leading to the establishment of a social licence to operate in the mining industry. Resour. Policy , 38, 6: 577-590. Prno J., Slocombe S. 2012. Exploring the origins of ‘social license to operate’ in the mining sector: Perspectives from governance and sustainability

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Arsim Ejupi

differentiation and the geopolitical and transboundary position of the Presheva Valley. Miscellanea Geographica - Regional studies on development, 20, 4: 22-28. Felman J., Getis A., Getis, J. 2001. Human Geography. McGraw and Hill. Islami H., Ejupi A. 2015. Albanian population and settlements of Presheva Valle. Kosovar Academy of Sciences and Arts, Prishtina. Krunić N., Tošić D., Milijić S. 2009. Problems of spatial functional organization of Južno Pomoravlje region network of settlements. SPATIUM, Belgrade, 19: 23

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Firoz Ahmad, Md Meraj Uddin and Laxmi Goparaju

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Carlos Alberto García-Bustamante, Noé Aguilar-Rivera, Manuel Zepeda-Pirrón and Cynthia Armendáriz-Arnez

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Firoz Ahmad and Laxmi Goparaju

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Kamila Svobodova, Luis Monteiro, Jiri Vojar and Katerina Gdulova

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