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Use of marijuana for medical purposes
Cannabis is the most popular illicit drug on the European market. Over 16 million young Europeans have used it at least once in the last few years. The recent trends in the consumption of marihuana differ between countries. Some countries face an increase in the prevalence of cannabis use, including...
Shaping the Future of Europe: Introduction
(Series Information) European Papers - A Journal on Law and Integration, 2021 6(1), 229-237 | Article | (Table of Contents) I. Introduction. - II. Shout out to wonderful commentators peer reviewers. - III. Overview of the contributions. - III.1. Novel institutional approaches. - III.2. Novel (de-)ce...
Transparency at the Expense of Equality and Integrity: Present and Future Directions of Lobby Regulation in the European Parliament
(Series Information) European Papers - A Journal on Law and Integration, 2021 6(1), 239-268 | Article | (Table of Contents) I. Introduction. - II. The European Parliament: a lobbying target sui generis? - II.1. Specificities of lobbying in the EU. - II.2. Specificities of lobbying in the European Pa...
The era of corporate nutritionism? A review essay
Despite the abundance of social science studies examining the growing problem of obesity in many countries (Bossy, 2010; Gard and Wright, 2005; Guthman, 2011; Saguy, 2013), few of them concern food companies, which have, nevertheless, been strongly implicated in the public space. The recent publicat...
Church and State in Ukraine: between the deficiencies of influence and neutrality (sociological aspect)
Нагальною проблемою як для теоретико-соціологічної рефлексії, так і соціальних практик є проблема відносин між соціальними інститутами церкви і держави в сучасному українському суспільстві. Проблема актуалізується як у зв’язку із невизначеністю прихованих протиріч між ключовими релігійними конфесіям...
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A small prince with sdn: the struggle by King Hussein of the Hedjaz for the independence of the Arab provinces of the Ottoman Empire
`titrebA little prince at the League of Nations: the struggle of King Hussein of Hedjaz for the independence of the Arab provinces of the Ottoman Empire`/titrebThe birth of the League of Nations enabled the emergence of actors who had so far remained on the fringes of the international arena. The se...
Time for a transgression of political and trade union borders: structuring and marginalisation of networks of former trade unionists serving F. Hollande’s campaign
Patterns of the legitimation of lobbying in Central Europe and its ambivalences : negotiating symbolic boundaries between the public and private spheres in Poland and the Czech Republic (1990-2016)
Práce zkoumá pokusy o profesionalizaci a institucionalizaci lobbingu v Polsku a v České republice od začátku 90.-tých let 20. století do roku 2016, z hlediska sociologie profesí, sociologie tvorby veřejných politik a také jejich interpretativní analýzy. Nejdříve na základě analýzy profesních drah os...
A Vietnamese Moses: Philiphê Bỉnh and the Geographies of Early Modern Catholicism
A Vietnamese Moses is the story of Philiphê Bỉnh, a Vietnamese Catholic priest who in 1796 traveled from Tonkin to the Portuguese court in Lisbon to persuade its ruler to appoint a bishop for his community of ex-Jesuits. Based on Bỉnh’s surviving writings from his thirty-seven-year exile in Portugal...
Lobbying with two audiences: Public vs private certification
This paper compares public and private information certification in a simple class of communication games with one sender and two receivers. It is shown that, contrary to the cheap talk setting of [Farrell, J., Gibbons, R., 1989. Cheap talk with two audiences. American Economic Review 79, 1214-1223]...
Anna Matthiesen: Forging Philanthropic Citizenship — Domestic NGOs and Donors in Serbia
Forging Philanthropic Citizenship: Domestic NGOs and Donors in Serbia Anna Matthiesen Anna Matthiesen’s project investigates how the Western culture of philanthropy is being inculcated in post-socialist Serbia. She draws on a ten-month period of ethnographic research in Belgrade NGOs involved in con...
Workshop: Capacity building for national public health advocacy: case studies from national associations
The first statement of the EUPHA on the Future of Public Health in Europe refers to the need for going 'to policymakers, politicians and practitioners in all sectors of society and advise them on how to promote public health throughout society'. WHO-EURO Director General Marc Danzon, quoted in the s...
Usefulness and limitations of the method of event studies: the case of the assessment of a strategic lobbying action
Dans quelle mesure la finance de marché peut-elle compléter les évaluations des actions stratégiques plus traditionnelles en finance d'entreprise ? Pour répondre à cette question nous avons voulu appliquer la méthode des études d'événement à une action stratégique novatrice : le lobbying. Cet articl...
Representation of sugar in Brussels Representation of sugar in Brussels: Historical sociology of the lobbying of European institutions since the early 20th century
International audience This article deals with the lobbying practices of some agricultural interest groups and their representatives in the "sugar sector", at European level, from the early 20th century to date. The study describes three distinct periods. The first shows how an international organiz...
Lobbying and political life
International standards for the regulation of lobbying (EU, CE, OECD, CIS)
These standards were introduced at four international organizations and supranational associations: 1) the European Union; 2) the Council of Europe; 3) the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development; 4) the Commonwealth of Independent States. The article states that the key reason for the...
MODERN TURKEY: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES. The Kurdish Diaspora AND EUROPE’S Gatekeeping AFTER Kobane
While the armed forces of Kurdish guerilla and militia fought first against ISIS forces on the Şengal Mountain in Iraq and then against Assad’s army for the control of Kobane, a part of the territory of Rojava in Northern Syria that became a symbol of Kurdish autonomy, the media presented this strug...
Prerequisites of formation and development of mainline electric locomotives engineering at the Luhansk diesel locomotives engineering plant (1957–2014)
In the article an attempt to investigate in a chronological order the historical circumstances of the formation and development of the mainline electric locomotives engineering at the Luhansk diesel locomotives engeneering plant (1957–2014) has been made. The circumstances of the activity of the ele...
The Influence of Catholic Interest Groups in Poland on Draft Legislation Concerning Civil Unions (2011–2014)
The main purpose of this article is to demarcate the influence of Catholic interest groups in Poland on the attempts to introduce legislation that would regulate the legal status of civil unions. Catholic interest groups are defined as an association of individuals, organisations or institutions whi...
Legal aspects of lobbying in public administration decision-making processes
Legal Aspects of Lobbying in Decision-Making Processes of Public AdministrationThe process of decision-making in public administration is multifaceted, with the deci-sion being the result of complex proceedings aimed to settle a case or reach a specific goal. Public administration works in this area...
The political influence of a patient’s association in the years 1945-1955, through his monthly Towards La Vie
With the liberation of France, the Fédération nationale des malades, an association of patients committed to promote the legal rights of people treated in sanatoriums, published a monthly magazine entitled Vers la Vie. Between 1945-1955, the publication demonstrated its lobbying or influential activ...
Contribution of Research Project to the Evidence-Based Development Policies – an Example of the Development Trends of Mazovian Region Project
Evidence-based policies require data and information on determinants, trends, and consequences of ongoing development processes. This data and information must be conveyed to policy makers. Thus a mechanism is needed to reach them and equip them with arguments for or against specific policy options....
Green Gilded Oil: How Faux Sustainability by US Oil Companies is Undermining Neo-Sustainability
Greenwashing has been a common practice among companies since the 1980s. There are some companies that take that practice to an extraordinary level. These companies create a sustainability report, dedicate pages on their website touting their environmental stewardship, spend money on projects that m...
: Creating synergies in the value chain
BtoC brands have already reached a maturity stage while BtoB brands remain in a fast-growing stage, both in terms of marketing & brand manager positions and in terms of allocated budgets for brand promotion. Consequently, one of the main goals of this book is to provide companies, schools and univer...
Opinion formation and targeting when persuaders have extreme and centrist opinions
We consider a model of competitive opinion formation in which three persuaders characterized by (possibly unequal) persuasion impacts try to influence opinions in a society of individuals embedded in a social network. Two of the persuaders have the extreme and opposite opinions, and the third one ha...