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; ;Nastyuk, Vasyl ;Shapoval, Roman ;Drozd, OleksiiSolntseva, KhrystynaJournal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues. [London] : Allied Business Academies, 2022, vol. 25, iss. 3., p. 1-8The article is devoted to the analysis of modern interpretation of the concept of «plagiarism» in the area of doctrinal achievements and scientific activities. The purpose of the study is to determine the features of proper implementation of personal non-property and property rights of authors through various systems of «Anti-plagiarism». The general tools and measures of responsibility for violation of personal non-property and property rights of the authors and inventors are investigated. The proposals for innovations of expert research in the area of property protection are offered. The critical analysis of the provisions of current legislation in Lithuania on this issue is provided. The main aspects of administrative and legal protection of copyright and related rights in Ukraine were highlighted. The need to introduce the institution of authorship examinations by the National Repository and to strengthen administrative liability for copyright infringements is proved.
- The paper presents a perspective on the decline in entrepreneurship in the US and the EU in view of the rapid growth trend in the entrepreneurship education. The basic goal of the entrepreneurship education is to promote entrepreneurship and while the entrepreneurship education has exploded parabolically, yet empirical research on the state of entrepreneurship in the entrepreneurship education pioneering regions shows significant slowdown over last decades. The purpose of this paper is to draw attention to the incompatibility of the macro data and to delineate the framework of possible solutions. We survey long term longitudinal studies of entrepreneurship as well as country level data supporting decline in entrepreneurship and critically assess the disparity with the shorter-term statistical entrepreneurship measurement data, which may be tainted by policy biases and misrepresentations. The former data is irreconcilable with the rapid growth in entrepreneurship education, and especially with the data showing exceedingly positive entrepreneurship education outcomes. The disparity urges for critical assessment of the ROI of the entrepreneurship education and especially predominant curriculum, yet it has not been empirically researched. We argue that standardized “Omni ability” driven entrepreneurship education shall give way for context adapted cross disciplinary and cross generational entrepreneurship education with the emphasis on psychological hardening and resilience training on how to deal with and overcome personal failure and daily uncertainties. The COVID-19 crisis and ongoing virtual economy revolution present an opportunity for the critical remolding of entrepreneurship education, as well as for development of robust and objective measurement framework for the state of entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education outcomes.
Longitudinal Investigation of Posttraumatic Growth in Female Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence: The Role of Event Centrality and Identity ExplorationPublicationThe purpose of this study was to investigate the change in posttraumatic growth (PTG) of women survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV) in Lithuania, in relation to the centrality of traumatic experience, identity exploration, and time after exposure to violence. The longitudinal study sample consisted of 217 women who experienced IPV, recruited from women shelters, social support centers, and through counseling psychologists. In this sample the assessment instruments were administered three times during an 18-month period (at 6-month intervals). The results of the study revealed that PTG significantly increased over time for the women who experienced IPV more recently. Those women who experienced IPV more anciently reported higher PTG levels at the beginning of the study, but significant changes in PTG did not emerge. In addition, higher levels of PTG at the beginning of the study were positively associated with event centrality and identity exploration, meaning that those women who perceived their IPV experience as central to their identity and who explored possible identity choices were more likely to have higher levels of PTG at the beginning of the study. However, neither the centrality of the event nor the identity exploration was important for the change in PTG over the study period. Findings of this study highlighted the importance of the first 2-year period after the violence when the potential for PTG and its increase occurs. Limitations of the study and implications for future research are discussed. WOS© IF 6.144WOS© AIF 3.247Scopus© SNIP 1.504 Macedonia between Greek, Bulgarian, Albanian, and Serbian national aspirations, 1870-1912Publication