Issue 2015-04

Issue 2015-04

Issue of Scientific Journal No. 2015-04
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The fourth issue of the third volume of the journal SOCIETAS ET IURISPRUDENTIA offers a total of five separate scientific studies, two essays on very important social topics as well as two reviews of recently published scientific publications in three different languages – in the English, Czech, and Slovak languages. Within the section “Studies”, the first study presents very broadly, systematically, and clearly the questions of the right of public concerned to a favourable environment in the Slovak Republic. The second study offers readers analyzing, explaining, and clarifying the key pillars of the work of the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly and the relevant case-law of the European Court of Human Rights concerning the issue of intercountry adoption. The following study very carefully clarifies, analyzes, and evaluates the current state and key results related to the questions of current typology of municipalities as basis for marketing of towns. The fourth study accurately analyzes and on the basis of research realized in the territory of the Slovak Republic clarifies the performance requirements laid on work actions and preparation of educational activities. The final study very precisely analyzes and deeply evaluates the websites’ accessibility of the central public administration bodies in the Žilina region from the view of applying the skip navigation mechanism. The section “Essays” offers two very inspiring and current scientific papers – one on the questions of direction of current social research and one on the questions of so-called atypical workplaces seen from the view of personal marketing. Moreover, the section “Reviews” offers readers systematic and detailed reviews of two recently published scientific publications – of the collective monograph “Legal-Historical Reality of Social Doctrine in the 20th Century” as well as of the scientific dictionary “Dictionary of Diplomacy”.

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