Number of citations: 6
F Adam – Družboslovne razprave, Let. 10,št. 15/16. 1994 COBISS.SI-ID 511325
Citing scientific work
|Publisher||Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, 2009|
|COBISS.SI - ID||1024140609|
M Makarovič, M Tomšič
‘Left’ and ‘Right’ in Slovenian Political Life and Public Discourse, book chapter in Reforming Europe, C Arvanitopoulos (ed.); Many analysts denounce the division of modern political space into Left and Right and the corresponding designation of political parties with these labels as obsolete on that grounds that these ideologies have lost their relevance.
S Pickel, J Jacobs
|Publisher||Indiana University Press, 2011|
N J Molle
|Publisher||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2003|
|COBISS.SI - ID||485086|
New directions in rural tourism, D R Hall, L Roberts, M Mitchell (ed.); Chapter 11 Networking and Partnership Building for Rural Tourism Development. Rural tourism development is more than just a planned process. Although there has been an increasing interest in rural tourism in terms of research, training and teaching in recent years, its conceptualization and the relationships between concept and strategy are still poorly represented and not well understood. The need for such a critical understanding is particularly crucial as rural areas experience rapid change, and as tourism is viewed as a key element of development and regeneration. This volume provides an interdisciplinary approach to new directions in rural tourism, drawing on the latest conceptual thinking and evolving strategic roles.
|Publisher||LIT Verlag Münster, 2007|
|COBISS.SI - ID||25966941|
M Tomšič, U Vehovar
Social capital and governance, Frane Adam (ed.)
The book focuses on some key aspects of social capital in the context of civic participation, governance and civil society at both national and European Union (EU) levels. The role of new EU members is particularly stressed. The texts demonstrate how social capital in the form of cooperative norms and actions facilitates the self-organisation of civil society and its internal ability to articulate policy relevant alternative proposals. The efficiency and responsiveness of governance at different local, national, and transnational levels are also addressed.
|Publisher||Texas A&M University Press, 2006|
|COBISS.SI - ID||32006754|
Subject: Politics and government, Post-communism, History & Theory, Political Process, Political Ideologies - Democracy, Slovenia Politics and government 1990 - ,
Post-communism in Slovenia.
In this case study of the politics of transition in Eastern Europe, Rudolf Martin Rizman provides a careful, detailed sociological explanation and narrative on the emergence of independent statehood and democracy in Slovenia. In his focus on the transition from an authoritarian to a democratic regime, Rizman analyzes social processes and political issues in the context of the Third Wave of democratization, identifying "zones of certainty and uncertainty."
Eugenia and Hugh M. Stewart '26 Series on Eastern Europe.