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Intellectual and Cultural Change in Central and Eastern Europe

New Challenges in the View of Young Czech, German, Hungarian and Polish Scholars

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Felix Böllmann, Stefan Jarolimek, Makhabbat Kenzhegaliyeva and Elena Temper

Contents: Felix Böllmann: Legal change - Cultural change? The impact of law on the organization of East German and Russian municipal enterprises in transformation – Barbara Havelková: (In)effective implementation of EU rules. Example of gender equality legislation in the Czech Republic – Jan Wiethoff: Common Market Approach vs. Human Rights Approach. Conflicts between the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights – Marcin Rebes: Politics and society change in 20th century Poland. Political and societal transformation based on an understanding of the concepts of freedom and responsibility for the region and country – Loretta Huszák: EU Regional Policy - Absorbability of Hungary after EU-Accession – Balázs Csíky: Topics in the Hungarian right-wing press - now and in the past – Stefan Jarolimek: The Case of the Union of the Poles in Belarus in summer 2005. A classic example of nowadays politics and media in Belarus – Elena Temper: The Role of the Russian Orthodox Church in Belarus – Frank Hadler/Steffi Franke/Maria Hidvégi/Sarah Lemmen/Mathias Mesenhöller: East-Central Europe in a Transnational Perspective. Strategies to Assess the Challenges of Globalization from the late-19th Century to the Present.