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framing and emphasizing the issues of sustainable fashion. Tools of NGOs, like boycotting and buycotting, 5 naming and shaming, 6 slacktivism and clicktivism 7 can shape customers' attitudes and behavior towards (sustainable) fashion. However, their

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Czech police had refused the visa to the ICTA Secretary, the Israeli S. Yariv, and to the South African M. E. Brown, because of their ‘unfriendly’ nationality. US participants were ready to boycott the Conference if the visa was not granted. The result

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to boycotts, which can be considered and judged as a passive formation of the previous one. In Yugouslavia for example in recent times the traffic accidents and injuries on public roads and highways and the shoplifting result in and engender very

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from parents as proof of children’s nationality ( Pells, 2017 ). The campaign group Against Borders for Children (ABC) organized a mass boycott of the data collection, urging parents to refuse to hand over children’s personal data ( Liberty, 2019

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Scientometrics
Authors:
Gregorio González-Alcaide
,
Juan Carlos Valderrama-Zurián
, and
Rafael Aleixandre-Benavent

of national articles has been defined by some authors as an attitude of “scientific auto-boycott” and of “submission to the North American power” (Ortega Serrano et al. 1992 ). Some authors even wonder: “If the articles published in non

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Theory of solid-state thermal decomposition reactions

Scientific stagnation or chemical catastrophe? An alternative approach appraised and advocated

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Author:
Andrew K. Galwey

theory, has no adequate theoretical justification in this field. These adverse comments [ 8 – 12 ] have attracted little, or no, literature attention, presumably on the assumption that ‘If ignored, perhaps they will disappear’. (An identical boycott has

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identity. In Hungary, the governing parties have consistently exploited their overwhelming parliamentary majority; since the latter unilaterally adopted a new constitution in 2011 42 (while the constitution-making process was boycotted by a large part of

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2020a ). Transnistria's case is not as extreme, even though Berg and Toomla have pointed out that the international society tends to boycott the Moldovan separatist region as such (2008: 33). Foreign trade between Transnistria and major

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-thirds majority under the new favourable electoral rules. In spring of 2011, the Parliament, in the absence of the two democratic opposition parties (which, protesting against the ‘destruction of the rule of law’, boycotted the whole constitution-making process

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political authorities. In response, the judicial associations called on judges to boycott the appointments to the new National Council of the Judiciary. The call was a success: only 18 out of 10,000 Polish judges agreed to stand for appointment to the 15

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