definitions ” and the distinction between refugees and migrants labels populations that are evidently blurred. Arguably, refugees are not “ just migrants .” Differentiated political treatment of refugees derives legitimacy from a humanitarian discourse
sciences. 1 Although it has struggled since the 1970s to be defined as a field and gain legitimacy as a valid academic area of research (Cooper 2003 ), in the 2000s, a number of scholars devoted their attention to entrepreneurship as a core research field
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party also uses a rhetoric challenging the legitimacy of the 1997 Constitution and accuses the post-Communist political and economic elites of usurpation of power and seizure of reprivatizated property. Notably, they also plan to hold a national
states. These adverse consequences encourage the legitimacy of WA, but more research is needed.
To sum up, this article is very remarkable not only because it summarized the most important question of this field, but also it emphasized the most
his religious beliefs an air of scientific legitimacy they do not possess.
It is in this light that one should retain a healthy skepticism for the “religious leaders” studies now occurring at New York University and Hopkins. Griffiths has
As behavioral addictions have become more widely accepted into mainstream society (e.g., gambling, video gaming, workaholism, etc.), as well as legitimacy among the psychiatric community following the
mentally ill, a reported threat to the legitimacy of psychiatry (Wilson). The subsequent publication of the DSM-III in 1980 represented a paradigm shift to a research-based medical motel, and this descriptive model has since persisted in psychiatry (Wilson
period, I have largely, if not exclusively, confined my professional writings and conference presentations to explaining the legitimacy and importance of nurturing subjective experience through meditation. I did this largely in the context of addressing
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