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Objavljen zbornik IMAGINING THE MEDITERRANEAN: CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES

Kao prva knjiga edicije Mediterranean Issues objavljen je zbornik IMAGINING THE MEDITERRANEAN: CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES koji su uredile Katica Jurčević, Ljiljana Kaliterna Lipovčan i Ozana Ramljak. Knjiga sadrži priloge prezentirane na skupu Mediterranean Islands Conference (MIC – VIS, 2016) koji se u organizaciji Instituta Ivo Pilar i Veleučilišta VERN održavao od 21.-24. rujna 2016. u Visu  

This collective book presents an impressive multidisciplinary panorama of Mediterranean island societies with a focus on the Croatian islands and the Adriatic Sea. – Cyril Isnart, PhD

Katica Jurčević, Ljiljana Kaliterna Lipovčan, Ozana Ramljak (Eds.)
IMAGINING THE MEDITERRANEAN: CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES
Selected papers presented at Mediterranean Islands Conference MIC – VIS, 2016
Mediterranean Issues, Book 1
Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar – VERN’ Group – Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Scientific Council of Anthropological Research (HAZU) – Euro-Mediterranean Academic Network (EMAN)
Zagreb, 2017, 445 pgs.


Contents

Omot | Impresum | Sadržaj

Preface

TRADITION, CULTURE, ART

Dionigi Albera: Island of Grace: Interfaith Coexistence in Mediterranean Past and Present
Joško Božanić: Secrets of Vis Archipelago — An Anthropological Approach
Jelka Vince Pallua: Croatian Islands Vis and Cres as Paradigms of Mediterranean Studies
Elena Blanch González: The Concept of the Mediterranean in Art
Miriam Mary Brgles: The Four Seasons of the Town of Korčula: Arts, Culture and the Role of Local People
Renata Šamo: The British Influence on the Language Landscape of Vis; Text, Context, Discourse
Ozana Ramljak, Katica Jurčević: In Search of Lost Island: Literature of Mediated Memory
Branko Kostelnik: Pop Culture and Pop Authors and Singers from Croatian Mediterranean
Miranda Herceg: Croatian Design and Mediterranean Heritage: Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue
Fabio Armand, Marie-Agnès Cathiard, Christian Abry: Beyond Nationalistic Isolationism: Our Species’ Brain Dreams and Nightmares. Reembodying Daemonic Ontologies in the Mediterranean South of the Alps for the 21st Century

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, TOURISM, ECONOMY

Vlado Šakić, Stanko Rihtar, Mirela Crljen: Who Goes Where? A Comparative Profile of Domestic Guests of Croatian Islands and Other Types of Locations
Michele Nori, Athanasios Ragkos, Domenica Farinella: Agro-pastoralism as an Asset for Sustainable Mediterranean Islands
Jeronim Dorotić: Croatia’s Encounter with “EU Island Policies”: Towards New Opportunities
for Sustainable Development of Croatian Islands
Josip Ježovita: Unemployment Trends and Characteristics of Unemployed People
on Croatian Islands in the Period 2004—2015
Daria Krstičević: Croatian Migrations, Croats Abroad, Legal and Institutional Framework for Cooperation
Rino Medić, Dan R. Ebener, Dora Medić: Volunteerism as a Contributor to Life Quality: A Case Study of the Island of Vis
Sanja Tišma, Marina Funduk, Helena Čermak: Marine Litter Issue in the Adriatic Sea
Marija Geiger Zeman, Zdenko Zeman, Mirela Holy: “It Feels Good When You Have Done Something Nice for Someone”: Professionals’ Views on the System of Institutional Care for Older Persons
Jana Kalabisová: Investigation of the Occurrence of the Shadow Economy
and Experience with Electronic Records of Sales

COMMUNICATION, TECHNOLOGY, MEDIA

Zdravko Kedžo: Trusting the Media: Island-based Radio Stations in Emergency Situations
Julia Aldama Blanch:
Presentation of Information Content Online: A Case Study of the Spanish Media …. 235
Marko Mustapić, Ivan Balabanić, Mateja Plenković: The Media’s Construction of Reality on Croatian Islands: A Content Analysis of Articles in Slobodna Dalmacija
Marija Slijepčević, Zlatko Herljević: A Comparative Analysis of the Quantity and Content
of Articles About Islands in the Croatian Press
Ines Lozić, Joško Lozić, Ozana Ramljak: Media Convergence and Managing Media Content for
Generation Z
Irina Basara: Managing the Internal Communication in Tourism: Barriers in Communication as a Result of Quality Decline – A Case Study of a Tourist Resort Old Kogo
Mateja Plenković, Vanesa Varga: TripAdvisor User-generated Content About Croatian Islands
Leon Cappelli, Miro Borić: Sustainable Tourism as the Foundation of the Future Development of Tourism Supply: A Case Study of the Island of Lošinj
Mirela Holy, Marija Geiger Zeman, Zdenko Zeman: How to Communicate the Refugee Crisis in the Mediterranean Area? Integrated Communication as a Strategy for Integrated Europe

PSYCHOLOGY, DEMOGRAPHY, EDUCATION

Ljiljana Kaliterna Lipovčan, Toni Babarović, Andreja Brajša-Žganec: Subjective Well-being in Croatia: Differences Between the Adriatic Coast and the Continent
Irena Miljković Krečar, Silvana Fratrić Kunac, Željko Trezner: National Stereotypes about Tourists in Croatia
Pedro Aldama Roy: Demographic and Care Factors Related to the Number of Dependent People in European Countries and Countries of the Mediterranean
Dávid Burka: Developing a Complex Microsimulation System to Project the Hungarian Demographic Processes
Romana Lekić, Dubravko Kraus, Vanna Bojović: Student Mobility Exchange Programmes as Contribution to the Development of Educational Tourism and Intercultural Communication
Biserka Matić-Roško: Education on Croatian Islands
Martina Majić, Sanda Marjanović, Marijana Rogić Bocchetti: Perception of Second Foreign Language Classes by Students of Tourism
Marjan Marino Ninčević, Dunja Jurić Vukelić: The Quality of Teacher Education in Croatia According to Students
Ana Bačić, Irena Medvešek, Narcisa Manojlović: Interpretation of One’s Own Performance in English Tests at the VERN’ University of Applied Sciences

About the Authors
Organizers & Partners


Iz recenzija

This collective book presents an impressive multidisciplinary panorama of Mediterranean island societies with a focus on the Croatian islands and the Adriatic Sea. It combines contributions from researchers in disciplines ranging from anthropology to education sciences, to studies on tourism and communication… Overall, this set of studies offers a variety of perspectives on contemporary island societies, which allow the contemporary destiny of these societies to be approached in a nuanced way, taking into account not only the political action at different scales (local, national, regional or intergovernmental), but also the economic and cultural dynamics that today structures the practices and the representations of the groups that are involved.

Cyril Isnart, PhD, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

As a result of the scientific co-operation between VERN’ University of Applied Sciences and the Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar a conference was organized on the beautiful yet remote Croatian island of Vis at VERN’ Island School, focussing on the a variety of issues facing the Mediterranean sea and the Adriatic islands in a trans-national and global context… I would like to congratulate my colleagues in Zagreb for their outstanding achievement in having succeeded in convening a wide-ranging group of specialists from within Croatia as well as outside with widely differing specialisations to all sit round a conference table on the island of Vis in order to highlight the specific (or otherwise) problems insular communities are facing in former and in this recent period of globalisation.

Prof. em. Dr. Michael Ursinus, Heidelberg University

Također provjeri

Dr. sc. Jelka Vince Pallua na skupu Međunarodne udruge za istraživanje priča; Ragusa (Sicilija), 12.-16. 6. 2018.

Dr. sc. Jelka Vince Pallua sudjelovala je na skupu Međunarodne udruge za istraživanje priča (International …

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