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Whistle-blowing and the employment relations implications of the ‘Protected Disclosures Act 2014’ in the Republic of Ireland

while protecting the parties, especially the worker blowing the whistle. Whistle-blowing: justice theory and employment regulation The indeterminacy of work and employment mean that whistle-blowing is likely to be a contested terrain. Indeed, workers are typically well informed of the inner workings of an organisation and, as such, may have access to information that external regulatory bodies or the general public do not. Workers are, nonetheless, at a distinct power disadvantage relative to the authority exercised by management and their employer ( Edwards

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The Justice of the Grand Slam Tennis Tournaments on the Basis of Draw, Competition Format System and Final Result: a Case Study of the US Open 2017 Men’s Singles Tournament

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The tennis Grand Slam tournaments play a key role among the major sport events. Sport has also got a social interest to strive for justice. Is the main draw always fair? Is the competition format system right? Overall: can we achieve a just final result? When answering these questions, we need to focus on the telos of the sport event. Present study shows the relating theories of justice and examines them in connection with the US Open: from the evolutionist conception, through Aristotle’s excellence-based justice theory, to egalitarianism, meritocracy, equity and it also analyses some issues around positive discrimination. The study examines the justice theories of the US Open 2017 Men’s Singles Tournament’s with special focus on the draw, the competition format system and the final result. An important point: we can only talk about justice if it is consistent with the telos of the event – this is an exclusion criterion. In addition to the systematic processing of justice theories, the research is based on the International Tennis Federation’s (ITF) official documents and on the case study: the official competition regulation and final result of the US Open 2017 Tournament. As an outcome of the research, we can conclude that several theories of justice appear in accordance with the telos of the US Open 2017 Tournament. Each element, namely the draw, the competition format system and the final result can be fair, however, they all depend on the applied theory of justice. Which theories should be applied in certain cases and why? The research also confirms that certain theories of justice do not match the telos of the US Open Grand Slam Tournament. These theories cannot be applied in certain cases. For future search areas we can examine other justice theories, or other related tennis event’s justice.

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IDEAS in AGORA: The Philosophy of the Empires, Fear and Sense of Exemplarity

Press, 2002 Pagden, A. Señores del todo el mundo: ideologías del imperio en España, Inglaterra, y Francia (en los siglos XVI, XVII y XVIII). Buenos Aires: Editorial Península, 1997. Revel, J. F. Anti-americanism. San Francisco: Encounter Books, 2002. Schrecker, E. Many Are the Crimes: McCarthyism in America. Boston: Little Brown, 1998. Skoll, G. R. “Meanings of Terrorism”. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law. 20 (2). 2007. 107-127. -- Contemporary Criminology and Criminal Justice Theory. New

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Implementation of the Natura 2000 Network in Poland – an Opportunity or a Threat to Sustainable Development of Rural Areas? Study on Local Stakeholders’ Perception

–196. Krott, M., Julien, B., Lammertz, M., Barbier, J.-M., Jen, S., Ballestreros, M., de Bovis C. (2000), ‘Voicing Interests and ConcErns: NATURA 2000: an ecological network in conflict with people’, Forest Policy and Economics, vol. 1, pp. 357–366. Ledoux, L., Crooks, S., Jordan, A., Turner, R. K. (2000), ‘Implementing EU biodiversity policy: UK experiences’, Land Use Policy, vol. 17, pp. 257–268. Paavola, J. (2004), ‘Protected areas governance and justice: theory and the European Union’s Habitats Directive’, Environmental Sciences, vol. 1, pp. 59

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Ethnography and psychoanalysis

.3 (1991): 5-29. Skoll, G.R. Contemporary criminology and criminal justice theory: Evaluating justice systems in capitalist societies . New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. Skoll, G.R. Social theory of fear: Terror, torture, and death in a post-capitalist world . New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. Spencer, J. H. Jr., and L. Balter. “Psychoanalytic Observation.” Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 38 (1990): 393-421. Taussig, M. Shamanism, colonialism, and the wild man: A study in terror

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Environmental values in the petrochemical industry: A Q-method study in South West Iran

-258. Redclift M. 1993. Sustainable Development: Needs, Values, Rights. Environ. Values, 2 (1): 3-20. Schlosberg D. 2007. Defining Environmental Justice: Theories, Movements, and Nature. Oxford University Press, Oxford. Smith K.R. 1993. Fuel combustion, air pollution exposure, and health: the situation in developing countries. Annu. Rev. Energ. Environ., 18 (1): 529-566. Steelman T.A., Maguire L.A. 1999. Understanding participant perspectives: Q-methodology in national forest management. J. Policy Analysis Manage., 18 (3): 361

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Overall Justice of Organization: from Decision Fairness to Positive Attitude of Employees

. Rupp, D. E., Cropanzano, R. (2002). The MediatingEffects of Social Exchange Relationships in Predicting Workplace Outcomes From Multifoci Organizational Justice // Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Vol. 89, No. 1, p. 925-946. doi: 10.1016/S0749-5978(02)00036-5. 34. Scott, D. (1980). The Causal Relationship Between Trust and The Assessed Value of Management by Objectives // Journal of Management. Vol. 6, No. 2, p. 157-173. doi: 10.1177/014920638000600205. 35. Shapiro, D. L. (2001). The Death of Justice Theory is

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Governance und Regionalentwicklung in Großschutzgebieten der Schweiz und Österreichs

-Ecological Systems Science 325 5939 419 – 422 Paavola, J. (2004): Protected areas governance and justice: theory and the European Union’s Habitats Directive. In: Environmental Sciences 1, 1, 59–77. 10.1076/evms.1.1.59.23763 Paavola J. 2004 Protected areas governance and justice: theory and the European Union’s Habitats Directive Environmental Sciences 1 1 59 – 77 Panebianco, S. (2013): Standortfaktor Regional Governance auf dem Prüfstand. Theoretische Überlegungen und empirische Analysen zur Bedeutung regionaler Steuerungssysteme für die

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