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Pravni vidiki varstva nacionalne identitete s posebnim poudarkom na evropsko združevanje (Slovene)

Research activity

Code Science Field Subfield
5.05.00  Social sciences  Law   

Code Science Field
S110  Social sciences  Juridical sciences 
S112  Social sciences  Human rights 
Keywords
Law, culture, identity, employment, education, market, natural heritage, cultural heritage, state, sovereignty, goods, art, court, language in the proccedings, administrative organ, European Union, immovables, land
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Researchers (10)
no. Code Name and surname Research area Role Period No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  17016  PhD Maja Bogataj Jančič  Law  Researcher  1999 - 2001  90 
2.  06414  PhD Peter Grilc  Social sciences  Researcher  1999 - 2001  843 
3.  04993  PhD Albin Igličar  Law  Head  1999 - 2001  717 
4.  06780  PhD Marko Ilešič  Law  Researcher  1999 - 2001  462 
5.  12049  PhD Miha Juhart  Law  Researcher  1999 - 2001  779 
6.  07435  PhD Janez Kranjc  Law  Researcher  1999 - 2001  768 
7.  15663  PhD Barbara Novak  Law  Researcher  1999 - 2001  670 
8.  17039  PhD Klemen Podobnik  Law  Researcher  1999 - 2001  411 
9.  17042  PhD Viktorija Žnidaršič Skubic  Law  Researcher  1999 - 2001  433 
10.  18143  PhD Jurij Žurej  Law  Researcher  1999 - 2001  58 
Organisations (2)
no. Code Research organisation City Registration number No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  0583  University of Ljubljana - Faculty of law  Ljubljana  1627104  14,615 
2.  1608  Institute for Comparative Law Studies, Faculty of Law, University of Ljubljana  Ljubljana  1196294000  6,045 
Abstract
National identity is a value that through the history enabled the survival of many nations. The Slovenian people are probably one of the better examples of how important it is to protect this value. The protection of national identity has many spreads, from political to economic, cultural and spiritual. Legal culture also belong among them. In the modern world with the disappearing boundaries and intensified interactive influences it therefore seems all the more important that Slovenia, in the phase after the declaration of independence and before her new integration into the European Union, carefully examines legal instruments, which enabled the preservation of nation''s characteristics. In the unavoidable collision of interests between the originality on the one hand and openness and susceptibility on the other, a satisfactory compromise, substantiated by corresponding legal standards, has to be found.
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