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Visiting lectures by dr. Mieńkowska-Norkiene from the University of Warsaw
07. June 2017 | Lectures
In the frame of Erasmus+ Teaching Mobility we hosted Dr. Renata Mieńkowska-Norkiene from the Department of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Warsaw. She delivered lectures within the BA programme EU-policy making Process and the External Relations of the EU.
Comparative Interest Group Survey workshop
05. June 2017 | Event
Center for Political Science Research (CPR) organized the third Comparative Interest Group Survey workshop held from 30 May to 1 June at the Faculty of Social Sciences.
Important achievement in the field of e-health
19. May 2017 | Achievements, Research, Publikacija
Authors Gregor Petrič, Sara Atanasova and Tanja Kamin have investigated the impact of sociopsychological processes in online health communities on the patient-doctor relationship. The main purpose of the study was to investigate the predictors of patient empowerment in the relationship with the physician.
Visiting lectures by Professor Veli Kreci from South-East European University, Macedonia
18. May 2017 | Lectures
In April 2017, the Chair of Policy Analysis and Public Administration at the Faculty of Social Sciences hosted Veli Kreci, a professor of Public Policy at South-East European University (SEEU), Tetovo, Macedonia. He held lectures within the course EU Policy-making Processes at the Undergraduate Programme of Political Science – Studies of Democracy and Governance. The topic of the lectures was Policy Process and Policy Impact.
Teorija in praksa 2 (2017)
10. May 2017 | TiP
We are pleased to announce that the new issue of the journal Teorija in praksa (no. 2, vol. LIV) is out. The issue brings several articles and books reviews, and a themed part dedicated to gender quotas in politics in Central East Europe.
25. April 2017 | Achievements, Publikacija
The paper by Vasja Vehovar and Katja Lozar Manfreda has been published in a handbook of online research methods by a recognized international publisher Sage. It gives an overview of a rapid expansion of online surveys and deals with their methodological issues.