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Ausgabe 2015-04

SOCIETAS ET IURISPRUDENTIA – AUSGABE 2015-04

KOMPLETTE VERSION DER AUSGABE 2015-04 (S. 1-164, PDF, 4148 kB)

Frontumschlagseite und Druckvermerk (auf Slowakisch/auf Englisch, PDF, 690 kB)
Redaktionsrat (auf Slowakisch, PDF, 312 kB)
Redaktionsrat (auf Englisch, PDF, 307 kB)
Inhalt (S. 7-8, auf Slowakisch, PDF, 349 kB)
Inhalt (S. 9-10, auf Englisch, PDF, 347 kB)

STUDIEN

ESSAYS

REZENSIONEN

Informationen für Autoren (S. 145-150, auf Slowakisch, PDF, 446 kB)
Informationen für Autoren (S. 151-156, auf Englisch, PDF, 437 kB)
Ethischer Kodex (S. 157-160, auf Slowakisch, PDF, 405 kB)
Ethischer Kodex (S. 161-164, auf Englisch, PDF, 397 kB)
Hinterumschlagseite (auf Slowakisch/auf Englisch, PDF, 632 kB)

Abstracts 2015-04

KOMPLETTE VERSION DER AUSGABE 2015-04 (S. 1-164, PDF, 4148 kB)

Frontumschlagseite und Druckvermerk (auf Slowakisch/auf Englisch, PDF, 690 kB)
Redaktionsrat (auf Englisch, PDF, 307 kB)
Inhalt (S. 9-10, auf Englisch, PDF, 347 kB)

Jana Koprlová
Editorial für Winter Edition SOCIETAS ET IURISPRUDENTIA 2015 (S. 16-20, auf Englisch, PDF, 487 kB)

STUDIEN

Michal Maslen
Right of Public Concerned to a Favourable Environment in the Slovak Republic (S. 21-40, auf Englisch, PDF, 692 kB)

Abstract: The paper analyses changes and development in the field of legal status of the public within the environmental impact assessment. The Act No. 314/2014 Coll. amending and supplementing the Act No. 24/2006 Coll. on Environmental Impact Assessment and on amendments to certain laws, as amended, and amending and supplementing certain laws with the effect from January 1st, 2015, has introduced the definition of the public considered. The paper also reacts on changes in the sphere of case law and also in the field of legislation.

Key Words: Public; Right to Favourable Environment; Right to Judicial Protection; Proceedings; Environmental Impact Assessment; Constitution; the Slovak Republic.

Eva Vančová
Work of the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly and Relevant Case-Law of the European Court of Human Rights Concerning Intercountry Adoption (S. 41-54, auf Englisch, PDF, 625 kB)

Abstract: The paper points out particularly to the Resolution of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe No. 1909 (2012) on Intercountry Adoption: Ensuring that the Best Interests of the Child Are Upheld, emphasising the necessity to prevent and to fight criminal activities that may be linked with intercountry adoption and to respect the best interests of the child. As transpires from the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights relating to intercountry adoption, the determination of the best interests of the child must be based on particular circumstances of the case.

Key Words: Intercountry Adoption; Rights of the Child; Best Interests of the Child; Resolution 1909 (2012); the Council of Europe; the European Convention on Human Rights; the European Court of Human Rights; Case-Law of the European Court of Human Rights.

Soňa Harasimová
Typology of Municipalities as Basis for Marketing of Towns (S. 55-68, auf Tschechisch, PDF, 720 kB)

Abstract: The paper is focused on typology of municipalities, which creates the basis for the formation of marketing of towns. The existing structure of typology identifies the main characteristics, functions, and competitive advantages of towns. When determining the typology of municipalities it usually comes from the municipality’s outside environment that is formed by four basic factors. In the introduction there are described the current types of municipalities. The main objective of this paper is to enlarge the known structure through a new type which best characterizes the current preferences and needs of towns’ residents. The intention is also to emphasize the changed order in importance of external factors of municipalities focusing on the environmental factor. The basis for the paper are the results of the own empirical research held in six towns of the Moravian-Silesian Region in the Czech Republic and the further analysis of the secondary statistical data.

Key Words: Marketing of Towns; Typology of Towns and Villages; External Environment of Town; Natural Factors; Environment; Competitive Advantage; Empirical Research; Analysis; the Czech Republic.

Marta Matulčíková
Performance Requirements of Work Actions and Preparation of Educational Activities (S. 69-87, auf Slowakisch, PDF, 817 kB)

Abstract: The presented study discusses selected requirements for the work performance that are the basis of the work applicability as well as analyses the preparation of education and the learning process. It is necessary for the work performance on the one hand to define a summary of qualifications, i.e. knowledge, skills, and other professional and personal conditions necessary for its implementation; on the other hand that creates a certain extension it is important to focus on observable results arising from the skills and competence of the staff and managers. It is necessary to be aware that the same task, action can take place in different ways and it can achieve different results. It is important to deal with detailed descriptions of behaviour and course of action in certain situations, within the existence of specific information. Systematic learning leading to acquisition of knowledge and skills affects not only the comprehensive development of personality, but will also shape the attitude and present ways of dealing with situations and influence changes in behaviour and actions of individuals. When designing educational programs it is needed to select a team approach, where, in addition to experts in education and training experts, also representatives of employers would be available who would present the suitability methods of solutions for specific situations, aimed at achieving the set objectives.

Key Words: Education; Job Opportunities; Competencies; Performance; Work Performance Conditions; Survey; Comparative Analysis; the Slovak Republic.

Jana Koprlová
Applying the Skip Navigation Links in the Context of the Websites’ Accessibility of Central Public Administration Bodies in the Žilina Region (S. 88-115, auf Englisch, PDF, 1682 kB)

Abstract: The study focuses in its main aim on seeking yet undetected or undefined deficits in relation to applying the skip navigation mechanism on the websites of the central public administration bodies in the Žilina Region in the context of improving the websites accessibility and it consists of two separate parts. The first part presents a basic introduction to the questions of skip navigation links, with the key attention paid to the following three main areas: applying of skip navigation links, visual hiding of skip navigation links, and web browsers’ bug related to skip navigation links. The second part of the study concentrates on the basis of analysis of applying the skip navigation links on the websites of the central public administration bodies in the Žilina Region on the processes focused on detection of potential deficits and gaps in the websites’ accessibility or related possible non-compliance with the legislation in force.

Key Words: Websites; Websites’ Accessibility; Skip Navigation Links; Public Administration; Central Public Administration Bodies; Compliance with Legislation in Force; the Žilina Region; Analysis.

ESSAYS

Štefan Siskovič
Quo Vadis Social Research? (S. 116-127, auf Slowakisch, PDF, 620 kB)

Abstract: In presented paper we try to open problems which are related to research in social sciences and to prediction power of social science theories. According to the prevailing opinion, human behaviour is predictable, if not with the mathematical precision, so still at least with a certain degree of probability. Even though, we are unable and we will be unable to predict future changes in hierarchy of our values. This is because the relationship between the normative and causal worlds is not logical; therefore, how they influence each other remains hidden to us. This causes that individual freedom still plays its role in social sciences and cannot be entirely excluded from scientific discourse. But this doesn’t mean that legal science should keep its autonomous status. On the contrary, legal science should try to find connection to other science disciplines and use their research outcomes for verifications of its own theories.

Key Words: Science; Social Sciences; Pattern; Prediction; Determinism; Probabilism; Freedom.

Miroslava Szarková
Personal Marketing and Workplaces (S. 128-135, auf Slowakisch, PDF, 643 kB)

Abstract: Changes in labour market that arise from the incoming new technological and economic development influence the workplace structure and also its content. Changes include mainly new technologies and new sophisticated production approaches. Changes have been materialized also into legislation amendments related to the working environment. Presented paper aims to analyse changes in the content and structure of workplaces after financial crisis. Content wise, it provides a follow-up to the current discussion in the area of personal marketing. This paper has been written within the research project VEGA 1/0662/15.

Key Words: Personal Marketing; Workplace; Classification of Workplaces; Traditional Workplaces; Atypical Workplaces.

REZENSIONEN

Viera Valková – Ingrid Lanczová
Mosný, Peter, et al.: Právnohistorická realita sociálnej doktríny 20. storočia [Legal-Historical Reality of Social Doctrine in the 20th Century]. Kraków: Towarzystwo Slowaków w Polsce, 2014. 332 p. ISBN 978-83-7490-742-2 (S. 136-140, auf Englisch, PDF, 513 kB)

Abstract: Reviewing the monograph Mosný, Peter, et al.: Právnohistorická realita sociálnej doktríny 20. storočia [Legal-Historical Reality of Social Doctrine in the 20th Century].

Key Words: Review; Monograph; Legal-Historical Reality; Social Doctrine; the 20th Century.

Juraj Ondriaš
Pajtinka, Erik: Dictionary of Diplomacy. Bratislava: PAMIKO, 2013. 169 p. ISBN 978-80-85660-08-1 (S. 141-144, auf Slowakisch, PDF, 589 kB)

Abstract: Reviewing the scientific dictionary Pajtinka, Erik: Dictionary of Diplomacy.

Key Words: Review; Scientific Dictionary; Diplomacy.

Informationen für Autoren (S. 151-156, auf Englisch, PDF, 437 kB)
Ethischer Kodex (S. 161-164, auf Englisch, PDF, 397 kB)
Hinterumschlagseite (auf Slowakisch/auf Englisch, PDF, 632 kB)