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Social Enquiry . Cambridge UK : Polity Press . Chia , R. ( 2004 ): Strategy-as-Practice: Reflections on the Research Agenda . European Management Review 1 : 29 – 34

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within which academic development takes place—though both of these are important considerations—but the diversity of subjects and disciplines that are being taught and researched within that context, as well as the organisational context of reward and

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In 1913 Béla Bartók traveled to Algeria to research Arab folk music. He took with him the most modern technological device then available, the Edison phonograph, and recorded Arab peasants performing their music. Analysis of his ensuing scholarly documentation and free composition reveals the inspiration Bartók drew from Arab folk music, not only in his treatment of traditional musical elements — melody, rhythm, and harmony — but also in novel incorporation of exotic timbre, scales, drum modes, ululation, and exorcism. This paper elucidates diverse musical elements with examples from authentic folk music and Bartók’s compositions. What emerges is a remarkably comprehensive image of Arab music, seen through the lens of Béla Bartók’s unique scholarship and creativity.

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2008 372 1365 1367 De Maeseneer, J. M., van Driel, M. L., Green, L. A. és mtsa: The need for research in

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-Adria Scientific Cooperation — a regional forum for agricultural research.) Magyar Tudomány , 170 , 485–489. Jolánkai M. Az Alpok-Adria tudományos együttműködés — a térség

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medium-sized construction enterprises . In: Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management (AR-COM’09) , Dainty A. R. J. (ed.), pp. 11 – 20 , Association of Researchers in Construction

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J Hartshorn 1980 Clinical features of anorexia nervosa: A study of a consecutive series of 102 female patients Journal of Psychosomatic Research 24

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must also be taken into consideration. As in many scientific fields, the quality and quantity of scientific publications by individual researchers is important for many reasons in medicine and also in the narrower fields of immunology, microbiology and

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A tudomány tömegesedésének hatásai a felsőoktatás működésére

The Impact of the Massification of Science on Higher Education

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Gergely Kováts

Irodalom/References 1 Alvesson, M. & Sandberg, J. (2013) Has management studies lost its way? Ideas for more imaginative and innovative research. Journal of Management Studies , Vol. 50. No 1. pp. 128–152. https

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The paper presents the reseraches of the Research Institute of the Slovaks in Hungary from the grounding times until nowdays with an accent on the scientific work of Anna Gyivicsán, Mária Zsilák, Mária Homišinová and Katarína Balleková. Then presents the aims and methods of the projects in Slovakian language in Békés county, language usage in Tótkomlós, The Slovakian language in Hungary. The author concludes that István Nyomárkay and the PhD School of the Loránd Eötvös University had a great influence on the linguistic studies of the Institute.

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