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Tererai Nhokodi, Thandiswa Nqowana, Dylan Collings, Roman Tandlich and Nikki Köhly

-Jones, K., & Tandlich, R. (2014). Sanitation policy and prevention of environmental contamination in South Africa. Environmental Engineering and Management Journal, 13(6), 1335-1340. Kerekes, S., & Wetzker, K. (2013). How to teach a complex discipline in a changing learning environment: the example of sustainability. Journal of Environmental Sustainability, 3(3), Article 2. Jacoby, B. (2012). Civic engagement in higher education. Retrieved from http://sla.fgu.edu.tw/attachments/article/124/FINAL%20FINAL%20CEIHE%20-%20NTNU%2012-8-14.pdf

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Roman Tandlich, Nosiphiwe P. Ngqwala, Aileen Boshoff, Phindile Madikizela, C. Sunitha Srinivas, Desmond M. Pyle and Rene Oosthuizen

and its connection to conflict resolution. Retrieved from http://www.lupinworks.com/ar/Schon/Paper6.html News24.com (2017). Student fee protests flare up at three universities. Retrieved from https://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/student-fee-protests-flare-up-at-three-universities-20171023 Nhokodi, T., Nqowana, T., Collings, D., Tandlich, R., & Köhly, N. (2016). Civic engagement and environmental sustainability in teaching and learning at a higher education institution in South Africa. Acta Technologica Dubnicae, 6 (3), 66-82. doi: 10.1515/atd

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Hana Lukášová

References Adair, J. (2014). Agency and expanding capabilities in early grade classrooms: what it could mean for young children. Harvard Review, 84(2), 217-241. Barnes, J. (2013). What sustains a fulfilling life in education? Journal of Education and Training Studies, 1(2), 74-88. Barnes, J. (2016). Towards a creativity-rich curriculum for the well-being of children three to seven years old. In D. Tricia, K. Gouch, & S. Powell, (Eds.), The Routledge International Handbook of Philosophies and Theories of Early

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Elżbieta Napora

-industrial Rural and Small Town Communities Become Ecologically Sustainable? A Study of Resilience in Adolescents from Single Mother Families in the Northern Subregion of Silesia in the South of Poland. Poster, International Conference, Amsterdam. Napora, E., Kozerska, A., & Schneider, A. (2014). Parentyfikacja dziadków czynnikiem resilience w funkcjonowaniu rodziny samotnej matki – przegląd badań. Kultura i Edukacja , 1(101), 51-71. Napora, E., Kozerska, A., & Miszczak, E. (2014). Wsparcie dziadków w rodzinie o różnej strukturze a jakość życia młodzieży. Acta

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Akvilė Virbalienė

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In this article are presented situations in which the feeling of dignity of a person is lost or decreases and cannot be restored without professional intervention. This loss is one of the reasons of social exclusion in communities. A person with social issues has no abilities to emphasize her/his own uniqueness and authenticity, s/he stops to progress physically, intellectually and spiritually. In this way these persons enter the field of social worker’s help. In this field of help, one of the main factors in the restoration of human dignity is the social worker her/himself: her/his personality can have a huge influence on his client. The main research question in this study is the following: How should a social worker construct the helping process to help the client to restore her/his human dignity? Research object was the social worker’s help in the process of the restoration of human dignity. Research aim was to reveal the elements of the social worker’s support process that help to restore human dignity. Analysis of the reseach-based conceptual literature was the core method to explore and reveal the answers to research questions. The findings of the analysis highlighted that in situations, when people loose their feeling of dignity within social exclusion then they experience the self-deprecating. In the process of social help a main role is played by social worker’s professional communication with the client: the social worker stimulates the maintenance and restoration of client’s dignity by applying the principle of acting together. This principle is based on moral values, reciprocal responsibility, mutual respect, sincerity, confidentiality and empathy. These components create a trustful environment where, by sustaining client’s free choice and a right of decision, the possibility to achieve client’s openness emerges.

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Füsun Çelebi Boz and Turgut Bayramoğlu

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Airina Volungevičienė, Margarita Teresevičienė and Kristina Mejerytė- Narkevičienė

theory and measure of social presence. Media interface and network design Labs. Available at http://en.scientificcommons.org/frank_biocca (Retrieved on 22/06/2015). Dillendbourg, P., Baker, M., Blaye, A., O'Malley, C. (1996) The evolution of research on collaborative learning. In E. Spada & P. Reiman (Eds.). Learning in Humans and Machine: Towards an interdisciplinary learning science. (pp. 189- 211). Oxford: Elsevier. Downes, S. (2006). Models for Sustainable Open Educational Resources. National Research Council Canada. Available at www

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Saulius Vaivada and Vilma Žydžiūnaitė

maintenance: interventions based on self-determination theory. European Health Psychologist, 10, 2-5. 27. Salci, M. A., Maceno, P., Rozza, S. G., Silva, D. M. G. V., Boehs, A. E., & Heidemann, I. T. S. B. (2013). Health Education and its Theoretical Perspectives: a Few Reflections. Text Context Nursing , 22(1), 224-230. 28. Segar, M. (2015). The right why: the surprising start to cultivating sustainable behavior change. Generations, 39(1), 15-19. 29. Sheldon, K., & Niemiec, C. (2006). It’s not just the amount that counts: balanced need satisfaction