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evaluation related to the framework system of public education (EFOP-3.2.15-VEKOP-17-2017-00001) project. Zsolt Korpics participated as a developer and editor in the creation of the thematic days and online training program prepared in the framework of the

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Policy Grant)]. Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge the assistance provided by Professor Mark Bray at the University of Hong Kong and to thank the two anonymous reviewers and the editors for their insightful comments and editorial

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Academia.edu and ResearchGate. Prof Kozma is--among others--the founding editor of HERJ Hungarian Educational Research Journal and president of HERA Hungarian Educational Research Association. References Benneworth , P. S. , & Cunha , J. ( 2015

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that attractive job opportunities open solely to Roma (e.g. Roma broadcasting editor) inspired efforts to gain an education. The promise, or even the performance of specialized activities, led to attainment of higher education. 5 Cultural models in

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more and more varied, as has textbook design. It is apparent from more and more publications that authors and editors are required to have knowledge of learning theories. It could be considered a negative that the role of the textbook in learning has

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The legal regulation of contractual transactions in the field of e-business in the last decade, in regards to respecting consumer rights, has marked rapid advancements which have never been seen before. However, in Kosovo, this issue is not only problematic but also complex. Sufficient attention has not been paid to legal regulation of business transactions made by electronic means. This assertion was elaborated from the perspective of comparative legislation in order to influence the local policy makers. This is because there is an urgent need to address the issues derived from this nature and this aims to influence the policy makers’ dealing with electronic contracts and indent. However, this has led to the achievement of the provision of a high quality legal consent and a reduction in the probability of evidence for the existence and interpretation of the content of the electronic contract via electronic form as an essential condition for its validity. The Republic of Kosovo has a deficit in terms of completing e-business legislation and e-contracts. Local legislation needs to be completed in order to complement the elements for secure attachment of an advanced electronic signature and cohesive legal grounds dedicated to this issue, with particular emphasis on the standardization of electronic document integrity protection and the identity of the electronic signature. For the realization of this protection, referring to the comparative legislation, in the case of conclusion of an electronic contract with errors or the legal effects they produce in cases when certain quantities of goods or their values are exceeded, it should be regulated on the basis of specific information statements placed in the e-mail editorial office, which means their authentic and prior receipt and signature.

In addition, referring to comparative law, in the case of signing an electronic contract with irregularities, in particular its legal consequences in overcoming its quantity or value, in this case the contract should be amended based on clear information (specific conditions) stipulated by the editor (contractor) of electronic contract, which inter alia means prior acceptance and authentication signature.

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17 – 40 . Sherswood , George , ‘Preface by the American Editor’ in Blackstone , Sir William , Commentaries on the Laws of England ( J. P. Lipincott Company 1893

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Hungarian Journal of Legal Studies
Authors: Miklós Könczöl, Viktor Olivér Lőrincz, and Gábor Kecskés

insights to the discussion on post-2008 constitutional changes in the region, initiated in our Journal by the recent collection of articles by Iván Halász as guest editor (58/2). At the same time, it broadens the perspective, especially through its

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‘Measuring the unmeasurable’ – this is the main concept of the book and it is also the title of the editors' introductory study. This phrase also wonderfully describes the research project's and the authors' hard challenge. To write about

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in the field of music pedagogy first represented in Education research in the 21st century (Oktataskutatas a 21. szazadban series, editor: Prof. Dr. Gabriella Pusztai). The volume includes 12 studies investigating the historical and social

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