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The Concept of Nontraditional Student
Nontraditional student is understood as one of the older students enrolled in formal or informal studies. In the literature, there is no detailed generalisation of nontraditional student. This article aims to reveal the ...
A Comparative Analysis of Two Qualitative Methods: Deciding between Grounded Theory and Phenomenology for Your Research
The purpose of this article is to compare two qualitative approaches that can be used in different researches: phenomenology and grounded theory. This overview is done to (1) summarize similarities and differences between ...
Leadership Competences for the Excellence of Municipalities’ Strategic Management
Specifics of leadership in municipalities is significantly influenced by the complexity of municipal management, which is happening in multi-layer administration environment, with various interested parties and administrative ...
Fear without Rationality: Emotions in Lithuanian Foreign Policy
The paper reflects on the conception of the phenomenon of fear employed in the international relations theory. A critique of understanding of fear as a rational incentive of conventional international relations theories ...