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understanding, accepting and respecting the legitimacy of those differences. At the end of this exercise, it might turn out that there is more agreement on many more elements than it is often believed and suggested, and there are disparate visions as for the

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. S IDANIUS , J. , L EVIN , S. , F EDERICO , C. M. , & P RATTO , F. ( 2001 ). Legitimizing ideologies: The social dominance approach . In J. T. J OST , & B. M AJOR (Eds.), The psychology of legitimacy:Emerging perspectives on ideology

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Review , 7 ( 1 ), 19 – 32 . 10.1007/BF03036781 Wang , J . ( 2013 ). Confucian heritage cultural background (chcb) as a descriptor for Chinese learners: The legitimacy . Asian Social Science , 9 ( 10 ), 105 – 113 . 10.5539/ass.v9n10p105 Wang , R

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Justice, East and West. Democratic Legitimacy and Constitutional Courts in Post-Communist Europe in a Comparative Perspective ( Kluwer Law International 2002 ). Wołek , A . and Kender-Jeziorska , I . , ‘The Polish Constitutional Tribunal: Defence

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concept of norms is concerned, STI norms are social definitions regarding what is appropriate in achieving STI policy goals. At the national level, such norms define the legitimacy of a state's activities. At the ASEAN level, they define the legitimacy of

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Chinese one; it began to change after Stalin's death in 1953 and abandoned mass terror. The Communist regimes in the Soviet Union and CEE had to look for some sort of social legitimacy and less coercive method of control over societies. This was especially

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literature refers to the concept of ‘input legitimacy’ (people vote democratically for what they want, and even if it's not the optimal, it follows a democratic procedure), and ‘output legitimacy’ (giving people what they want, but assuming that those who

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nobility, coupled with the mere electoral legitimacy of the king, weakened the monarchy‘s political position. The appointment of foreign kings to the Polish throne drew Poland into successive wars or made the electoral monarchs more interested in their home

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between 1979 and 1997, including the marketisation of education and greater parental choice of schools. Private schooling had been given greater legitimacy, and increasing numbers of parents unable to fund private schooling had sought private tutoring to

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time limit in practice.115 This is one of the sensitive issues mentioned by the Sargentini report.116 The Hungarian judges were reluctant to question the legitimacy of the national asylum legislation reform and continued to participate in their

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