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, Competitiveness, and Participation in 18 Latin American Countries. University of Notre Dame: Working paper. Available online at: http://www.nd.edu/~daltman/Democratization.htm Amundsen, I. (2000): Corruption: Concepts and Definitions

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.] 7 de Wit, H., Jaramillo, I. C., Gacel-Ávila, J. & Knight, J. (2005) Higher Education in Latin America: The International Dimension. Washington, World Bank. 8

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1968-ban nemcsak politikai forradalmak rázkódtatták meg a világot. A diákmozgalmak résztvevői az emberek életformáját is forradalmasítani kívánták. Egyenlő magatartásnormákat követeltek férfiaknak és nőknek, új emberi kapcsolatokat és intézményeket próbáltak kialakítani. Változtattak a nevelésen, a gyerekkori szocializáción. Új szellemben határozták meg magánélet és közélet határait, kommunákat szerveztek. Megújították a gondolkodás és ízlés tartalmait, a kultúra értelmét. A tanulmány ezeket a törekvéseket, eredményeiket és hatásukat tekinti át.

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with great interest lately, no exact definition of these linguistic constructions can be found as yet. The term itself comes from the Latin term collocare (com-together + locare (locus-place) – meaning place together, referring to words that are often

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usefulness of this approach with other groups ( Morgan & Rochford, 2017 , p. 8). There are numerous definitions of violence from psychological, sociological, pedagogical perspectives which highlight the specificity of this complex phenomenon. The Latin

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Társadalomkutatás 2013 31 305 316 Fishlow, A. (1990): The Latin American State. Journal of Economic

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This article describes two of the most recent sub-regional integration efforts in South America, namely ALBA and UNASUR, including the factors that have contributed to their development. The analysis offered here pays special attention to the role played by the Venezuelan government, particularly during the administration of former president Hugo Chavez, both in political and economic terms toward the rise and growth of ALBA. This article also explains how the heavy dependence on Venezuela’s support was also detrimental to ALBA for it has been negatively affected by the crisis currently faced by the Latin American country. In contrast to the case of ALBA, this article discusses the rise of UNASUR as a collective endeavor and the efforts of its members to create a regional framework that includes a novel proposal of a Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes.

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Literature Acosta Arcarazo Diego , Latin American Reactions to the Adoption of the Returns Directive , (CEPS Liberty and Security in

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Players of a New Era (LAP LAMBERT 2016 ) 155 – 176 . Horwitz , Betty , Bagley , Bruce M. , Latin America and the Caribbean in the Global Context: Why Care about the Americas

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. Laclau , Ernesto , ‘ Peronism in Historical and Comparative Perspective ’ in Archetti , Eduardo – Cammack , Paul and Roberts , Bryan (eds) Sociology of the ‘Developnig Countries’: Latin America ( 1987 ) 137 – 47

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