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Sport and Tourism Between Modernity and Postmodernity

References 1. Giulianotti R. (2005). Sport: A critical sociology. Cambridge: Polity Press. 2. Isidori E. (2010). Pedagogy of sport in postmodern culture: perspectives for social inclusion. In A. Cunti (ed.), Revenge of the State: physical activity and sports in the Education Act (pp. 122-135). Milan: Franco Angeli. [in Italian] 3. Giddens A. (2002). Modernity and self-identity: Self and society in the Late Modern Age. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN. [in Polish] 4. Bauman Z. (2000a). Post-modernity

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The Erotics of Scenario. On the Construction of the Subject in Postmodern Theatre

Bibliography Battaile, Georges, Erotismul , traducere din limba franceză de Dan Petrescu, Editura Nemira, Bucureşti, 2006 Bauman, Zygmunt, Postmodernity and Its Discontents , Polity Press, Cambridge, 1998 Erickson, Jon, The Fate of the Object. From Modern Object to Postmodern Sign in Performance, Art and Poetry , The University of Michigan Press, 1995 Harvey, David, The Condition of Postmodernity , Blackwell, 2000 Hutcheon, Linda, A Poetics of Postmodernism. History, Theory, Fiction , Routledge, New York, 1992 Marion, Jean

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Socialist Postmodernism. The Case of the Late Soviet Lithuanian Architecture

R eferences 1. Jencks, Ch. Language of Post-Modern architecture. New York: Rizzoli, 1977, 204 p. 2. Klotz, H. The History of Postmodern Architecture. Cambridge and London: The MIT Press, 1988, 478 p. 3. Jameson, F. Postmodernism, or, The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1990, 461 p. 4. Petrulis, V. Politika architektūroje : reiškinio prielaidos sovietmečio Lietuvoje. Darbai ir dienos. 2007 (48), pl. 101–118. 5. Yurchak, A. Everything was forever, until it was no more. Princeton

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Cyber Attacks, Information Attacks, and Postmodern Warfare

. “Za hranice postmodernismu” (Beyond the Frontiers of Postmodernism): 223–286. In: Roman Kanda, et al ., Podzim postmodernismu: Teoretické výzvy současnosti (The Fall of Postmodernism – the Theoretical Challenges of Present Days) . Praha: Filosofia, 2016. 14. Hiller, Janine S. “Civil Cyberconflict: Microsoft, Cybercrime, and Botnets.” Santa Clara High Technology Law Journal 31 (2015): 163–214. 15. Kanda, Roman, et al . Podzim postmodernismu: Teoretické výzvy současnosti (The Fall of Postmodernism – the Theoretical Challenges of Present Days). Praha

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Analyzing Body Values in the Context of Postmodern Youth Education. A Comparative Study Between Italy, Latvia and Romania

References Ābele, A. (2005). The development of values in a study process. Sbornik mezinarodni conference (pp. 178-186). Praha. Cesares García, P. (1995). Test de valores: un instrumento para la evaluación. Revista Española de Pedagogía , 203, 513-537. Cole, C. (2007). Body studies. In J. Coakley, E. Dunning (Eds). Handbook of sports studies (pp. 439-460). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Fernandez-Balboa, M. (Ed) (1997). Critical postmodernism in human

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Contemporary Dance Between Modern and Postmodern

Bibliography Călinescu, Matei, Cinci fețe ale modernității, Modernism, avangardă, decadență, Kitsch, postmodernism , Editura Polirom, Iași 2017 Cristea, Mircea, Teatrul experimental contemporan , Editura Didactică şi Pedagogică, Bucureşti, 1966 Le Breton, David, Antropologia corpului şi modernitatea , traducerea Doina Lică, Editura Amarcord, Timişoara, 2002 Lehmann, Hans-Thies, Teatrul postdramatic , traducere din limba germană de Victor Scoradeț, Editura Unitext, Bucureşti, 2009 https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2009/jul/27

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Use Of The Armed Forces In The Postmodern Wars

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In this article authors depict how the security environment challenges can affect the emerging theory of post-modern war. The 20th century becomes the twilight of modern wars; armed conflicts take the nature of the postmodern wars. The characteristic features of contemporary wars lead to conclusions about the uniqueness of the postmodern wars and the needs for their research. This research is necessary for the understanding of effective ways to use armed force in contemporary and future conflicts and wars.

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Theoretical and Methodological Context of (Post)-Modern Econometrics and Competing Philosophical Discourses for Policy Prescription

Towards Mediocrity in Hereditary Stature, Journal of the Anthropological Institute, 15, 246–63. Hendry, D.F. (2003 ed). Dynamic Econometrics. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press. Hoover, Kevin D. (2005) The Methodology of Econometrics. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=728683 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.728683 . (Accessed: 7th March 2018). Jackson, E.A. (2018a). On the question of the relevance of economics as a science: Postmodern filosifia critique. MPRA Working Paper No. 86185. Jackson, E.A. (2018b): Jackson

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Theatre Performance in Postmodernism

Bibliography Adolphe Appia, 1921, L’Oeuvre D’Art Vivant, Genève: Édition Atar Roland Barthes, 1977, Image Music Text , Essays selected and translated in English by Stephen Heath, London: Fontana Press Zygmunt Bauman, 1993, Postmodern Ethics , Cambridge, MA: Basil Blackwell Ion Luca Caragiale, 2000, Cercetare critică asupra teatrului românesc în Opere. Scrieri despre teatru. Versuri , vol II, ed. îngrijită de Stancu Ilin, Nicolae Bâna, Constantin Hârlav, cuvânt înainte de Eugen Simion, Bucureşti: Univers Enciclopedic Matei

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THE POST-MODERN AS NEO-MEDIEVAL: INTERSECTIONS OF RELIGION, NATIONALISM, AND EMPIRE IN MODERNITY AND BEYOND (WITH AN EXCURSUS ON ALBANIAN NATIONALISM)

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This essay connects Benedict Anderson’s analysis of print capitalism as the enabling feature of modernity for the emergence of nationalism with an account of pre-modern sacral imaginings. It argues, following Bronislaw Szerszynski, that the contemporary post-modern ordering of the sacred vis-à-vis nature and culture designates a ‘partial-return’ to pre-modern imaginings and a reterritorialisation of religions which engenders emerging multiplicities and co-existing differences. It argues furthermore that the nation state (and its corollaries), an institution of modernity cannot adequately respond to the antagonisms generated by the post-modern ordering of human communities and their identities. However, though this new ordering may be conceived, following Robert Bellah, as neo-archaic, it may also be conceived as neo-medieval. Accordingly, this essay proposes that the most congenial configuration to the post-modern ordering is the neo-medieval model of fuzzy borders and overlapping jurisdiction, particularly as it pertains to Albanian national identity and EU integration as a post-secular alternative to secular national-determination on the one hand, and neo-Ottomanist theocracy on the other.

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