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in the sociocultural environment in some way present should be considered (e.g., it would be pointless to research purely Buddhist or Hindu religiosity in Slovakia or Poland – it would make sense only if we looked for those people and wanted to learn

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Slovak Republic) (Eurokódex 2014 ). Balog , Boris , ‘Ústavné zákony v právnom poriadku Slovenskej republiky’ (Constitutional Statutes in the Legal Order of the Slovak

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). Cirner , M. , ‘ A Comparison of Public Administration in Ukraine, Poland and Slovakia ’ in I Dudinská and I Kozárová (eds), Public Administration Reform in Ukraine: Lessons Learned from Slovakia and Poland (Vydavatelstvo Prešovskej

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Hungarian and Slovak. In: Susanne Fuchs— Martine Toda— Marzena Żygis (eds): Turbulent sounds. An interdisciplinary guide, 103–142. De Gruyter Mouton, Berlin & New York. Kiss Z

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Journal of Adult Learning, Knowledge and Innovation
Authors: Judit Váradi, Tímea Szűcs, Mária Strenáčiková, and Mária Strenáčiková

). By surveying bachelor’s students in Australia, Kemran Mestan ( 2016 ) has found that those who are less motivated and goal-oriented give up their studies more easily because of personal problems and environmental influences. Slovak art education

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: Westdeutscher Verlag , pp. 73 – 88 . Benčo , J. – Kamoďa , J. – Nemec , J. ( 2001 ): Kontrola vo verejnom sektore. [Control in the Public Sector] . Banská Bystrica (Slovakia) : Matej

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. Potančoková , M. Starnutie populácie Slovenska [Ageing of the Slovak Population]. http://www.infostat.sk/vdc/pdf/StarnutieVDC.pdf , accessed 15 / 04 / 2018

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extreme floods in Slovakia and Central Europe have raised concerns about the reliability of flood frequency estimates, especially in ungauged basins, and also increased interest in regional flood frequency analysis [ 1 ]. The estimation of hydrological

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The paper highlights the various aspects of the electronisation of judicial and extra-judicial dispute resolution in the Slovak Republic. The author concludes that arbitration as a form of dispute settlement process may take an electronic form in Slovakia, with the exception of issuing the arbitration decisions which must always take a paper form – for the sake of legal certainty. An alternative dispute resolution in consumer disputes, taking the form of mediation is a novelty in Slovakia and was only introduced in 2016, under the respective EU Regulation. This also foresaw an electronic platform to facilitate online cross-border consumer dispute resolution. Finally, the recently introduced new rules on civil judicial procedure in Slovakia (1st July 2016) also brought about some enhancements with regard to electronisation of dispute resolution. In addition to the possibilities of filing electronic submissions, hearings can also take place with the use of electronic means; public notices must be published on a website of a court or relevant authority and the delivery of court documents was also widely electronised based on a recent Act on e-Government.

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Ivana Marko, Réka Csicsaiová, Jaroslav Hrudka, Ivona Škultétyová, Štefan Stanko, and Paula Brandeburová

from paved areas in Slovakia and Serbia. Interesting localities are in Bratislava, Slovak Republic, and village Hložany, Republic of Serbia. The analysis was focusing on the evaluation of qualitative parameters of surface runoff from urbanized areas

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