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Nafisa Yeasmin

REFERENCES Almerico, Gina M. 2014. Food and Identity: Food Studies, Cultural, and Personal Identity. – Journal of International Business and Cultural Studies 8. (accessed November 30, 2017). Anil, Haluk M. 2014. Religious Slaughter: A Current Controversial Animal Welfare Issue. – Animal Frontiers 2 (3): 64–67. DOI: . Atkinson, Ken. 2004. Sustainable Futures for the Arctic North. – Exploring Sustainable Development: Geographical Perspectives , edited by Martin

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Jolana Darulová

References BITUŠÍKOVÁ, A. (2015): On the Way to a Sustainable Urban Development: Civic Participation in Selected Slovak Cities. In. Jolana Darulová (ed). Social and Cultural Diversity V. Citizens and Urban Spaces. Banská Bystrica: FF UMB. DARULOVÁ, J. (2015): Transformations of Urban Industrial Sites: Examples of Good Practice and Bad Practice. In. Jolana Darulová (ed): Social and Cultural Diversity V. Citizens and Urban Spaces. Banská Bystrica: FF UMB. HUBA, M., IRA, V., MAČÁKOVÁ,S., ŠVIHLOVÁ, D., ZÁBORSKÁ, Z

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Zbyněk Andrš


This article explicates the sociocultural dynamics in the changing lives of the Vlashika Rom group in the Czech and Slovak Republics and contemplates the prospective development of this Roma subculture. To provide a better insight into the endeavour of the Vlashika Rom to maintain their integrity and into their adaptation strategies, the author outlines the genesis of this subethnic group, pointing out the historical circumstances that have formed them in the past. Contrary to former descriptions, the author provides an entirely new concept for dividing the Vlashika Rom into subgroups, identifying three distinct levels that create social boundaries within this community. He describes the way of living of this subgroup in the past as well as the relationships between the Vlashika Rom and the dominant society. Frequently antagonistic, these relationships depend on their way of life, substantially determined by the way they earn their living. The author analyses the inner resources that keep sustaining the contemporary Vlashika Rom culture and, drawing on his own experience and impulses from literature, inquires how long this anachronistic yet at the same time very adaptable culture will be able to resist the assimilation pressures deriving from the very nature of the modern national state.

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Ivan Murín

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Tatiana Vagramenko

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Yishan Lea

, Educational, Economic, Business and Industrial Engineering 11 (11): 2673-2677. (accessed October 7, 2018). Lea, YiShan. 2018. Praxis of Cultural Sustainability: A Q’eqchi’ Case of Cultural Autonomy and Resistance against the GMO Giant, Monsanto. - Journal of Theory in Action 11 (4): 44-73. Mattelart, Armand. 1970. La ideología de la dominación en una sociedad dependiente: la respuesta ideológia de la

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Madis Rennu, Liisa Tomasberg-Koidu and Art Leete

, Sophia and Peter G. Gould. 2015. Sustainable Development: Heritage, Community, Economics. – Global Heritage: A Reader , edited by Lynn Meskell. West Sussex: Wiley Blackwell, 196–216. Labora 2017. Peek into Our Woodworking Workshop. (accessed December 27, 2017). Leiaru, Ants. 2010. Puidust sõudepaatide ehitamise ja hoolduse traditsioonid Võrtsjärvel. Course-work essay. University of Tartu Viljandi Culture Academy. Lodjaselts. (accessed October 18, 2012

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Kirill V. Istomin

* This research was supported by the ERA.Net RUS Plus Programme grant no. 189 (CORUNO). REFERENCES Abryutina, Larisa I. 1999. Narody Severa Rossii: pravo na zdorov’ye. Moskva. [Абрютина, Лариса И. 1999. Народы Севера России: право на здоровье . Москва.] Arctic Human Development Report. 2004. Publication of the Sustainable Development Programme of the Arctic Council. Akureyri: Sefansson Arctic Institute. Bentall, Richard P. 2004. Madness Explained: Psychosis and Human Nature . London; New York, NY: Penguin. Berry, John W.; Ype H