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the Greens: New Ecological Activism in Post-Socialist Slovakia. Problems of Post-Communism , Vol. 45, No. 1, 54–62. Snajdr E. The Children of the Greens: New Ecological Activism in

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: Examining Industry-state Relations in the Czech and Slovak Republics. Europe-Asia Studies , 52(1): 111–131. Gould J. Identity Politics and Economic Reform: Examining Industry

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Economics & Politics 2010 22 62 392 Fisher, S. — Gould, J. — Haughton, T. (2007): Slovakia’s

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wheat leaf rust ( Puccinia triticina ) races and virulence changes in Slovakia in 1994–2004 . Biologia 63 : 1 – 4 . Hanzalová , A. , Huszár , J. , Herzová , E. , Bartoš , P

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Folkloristic musical works played an essential role in the creation of a ‘Slovak idiom’ in classical music of the post-war period. From the simple arrangement of folk songs to a more autonomous art music (which may have been only partly influenced by folk traditions) there existed a broad spectrum of musical practices, including also film music and music for the professional ‘folk music ensembles’ that appeared after 1948. By referring to specific examples from this large body of music, I will show how composers worked with harmonic and poetic elements that were particular to folk music: my discussion of examples from the breadth of this music — including music for the film Zem spieva ([The land sings], music by F. Škvor), the ‘model’ compositions for the ensemble SĽUK (A. Moyzes) and, finally, the subjective folklorism of the avantgarde in the 1960s and 1970s — shows how Slovak composers worked under changing ideological influences to bring about an ‘ennobling’ of folk music.

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Quarterly , 64 ( 1 ): 3 – 37 . Aliu , Fl. – Krasniqi , B. – Knapkova , A. – Fisnik Aliu , Fi : ( 2019 ): Interdependence and Risk Comparison of Slovak, Hungarian and Polish

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The paper deals with the transformation processes Czecho-Slovakia was undergoing at the very beginning of the 1990s and the way they were reflected in the language of the prominent nationwide newspapers, together with what their priority was given to. Attention is paid to how these changes were reflected and what processes and tendencies were involved in relation to the Soviet Union, the Soviet ideology, and the Soviet man.

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Pelikán, J., Fedor, P. J., Krumpál, M. and Cyprich, D. (2002): Thrips (Thysanoptera ) in nests of birds and mammals in Slovakia. Ekológia (Bratislava) 21, 275-282. Thrips (Thysanoptera) in nests of birds and mammals in Slovakia

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A 19. század építészete a szlovák szakmai irodalom kevésbé feldolgozott témái közé tartozik. Behatóbb megismerése több módon lehetséges. Megközelíthető az alkotók életútjain keresztül, vagy a nem egyszer kimagasló minőségű alkotások történetének feltárása által, melyeket a mai Szlovákiának mint a Habsburg Monarchiának, illetve Ausztria-Magyarországnak a kontextusában, valamint Közép-Európa geopolitikai, kulturális és társadalmi összefüggéseiben kell szemügyre vennünk. A 19. század építészetének így értelmezett háttere kihangsúlyozza annak egyedi vonásait, stílus- és típusbeli sokrétűségét, a technológiai haladást és modern elemeit, ugyanakkor rögzíti a helyi építészeti hagyomány és a külső befolyások kapcsolatát, tehát az európai építészet visszatükröződését. E sokszínűséget a klaszszicizmustól a modern hajnaláig jelentőségükkel a régió határait túllépő személyiségek képviselik, kezdve a sort Hefele Menyhérttel és lezárva azt Dušan S. Jurkovičcsal vagy Harminc M. Mihállyal.

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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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