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Teorija in praksa 3/2023

The articles of this issue bring new findings from areas such as: the Taliban's attitude towards women in Afghanistan, Colin Gray's understanding of strategy theory, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Slovenian companies and shareholders of the Slovenian music industry, greenwashing perception, about emotional burnout on the example of the service sector employees, about socially neglected childhood and about the issue of regulation of the new facial recognition technology.





Primož Šterbenc: Afghanistan: how to understand the taliban’s attitude towards women

Pavel Vuk: Colin Gray’s contribution to contemporary strategic thought and strategy theory

Janez Bešter: Managerial forecasts and actual effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on slovenian companies

Lucija Zala Bezlaj: Interpellation of pupils into human rights holders: a rhetorical analysis of a lesson plan

Predrag Ljubotina, Andrej Raspor: Shareholders of the slovenian music industry in crisis conditions



Rasya Natasya, M. M. Ngatno, Bulan Prabawani: The effect of greenwashing perception, green word of mouth, and green marketing on H&M purchase intentions in Jakarta

Maxim Popov: Authoritarian liberalism, ordoliberal rationality and the european integration project

Zdenka Šadl, Maja Osolnik: Emotional labour and emotional burnout: empirical analysis of service sector employees

Sanja Stanić: Exploitation of children in the 21st century – socially neglected childhoods

Zana Sherifi, Elmedina Nikoceviq-Kurti: Attitudes of economics students to searching for jobs through social media: the case of Kosovo

Mirjana Dokmanović, Neven Cvetićanin: Regulation of the use of facial recognition technology –limitations and challenges from a human rights perspective 


Sabrina P. Ramet: East Central Europe and Communism. Politics, Culture, and Society, 1943–1991 (Gal Kirn)




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