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Interest Representation and Europeanization of ...
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This book examines the integration of major trade unions from the six biggest countries of EU`s Eastern enlargement into EU governance structures. Based on extensive empirical research, including more than 150 in-depth interviews, statistical data collection, document research, and eight detailed case studies, the contributions describe the activities and perceptions of the trade unions under investigation and the different levels of engagement, including European umbrella organizations, interregional cooperation, and European Works Councils. The book thus contributes to political science research on interest representation and Europeanization as well as sociological research on labor relations.

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Friendly Eastern Border. The case study of Podl...
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Polish Eastern border is also the external border of the European Union. Borders with Russia, Belarus and Ukraine are crucial, for the EU, for reasons of safety, economic and social. A characteristic feature for Podlaskie voivodship is its peripherality. Due to the immediate vicinity of the EU and the three countries from the Eastern Europe there is a need to strengthen and build programs to promote cross-border and interregional co-operation. It s implemented in various forms, based on local and regional natural resources (environment) and activities related to the maintenance and protection of the border. Appropriate use of the opportunity can create activation of Polish border regions through the development of cross-border cooperation and to make the "friendly border".

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Friendly Eastern Border. The case study of Podl...
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Polish Eastern border is also the external border of the European Union. Borders with Russia, Belarus and Ukraine are crucial, for the EU, for reasons of safety, economic and social. A characteristic feature for Podlaskie voivodship is its peripherality. Due to the immediate vicinity of the EU and the three countries from the Eastern Europe there is a need to strengthen and build programs to promote cross-border and interregional co-operation. It s implemented in various forms, based on local and regional natural resources (environment) and activities related to the maintenance and protection of the border. Appropriate use of the opportunity can create activation of Polish border regions through the development of cross-border cooperation and to make the "friendly border".

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Gathering Hopewell, w. CD-ROM
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Among the most socially and personally vocal archaeological remains on the North American continent are the massive and often complexly designed earthen architecture of Hopewellian peoples of two thousand years ago, their elaborately embellished works of art made of glistening metals and stones from faraway places, and their highly formalized mortuaries. In this book, twenty-one researchers in interwoven efforts immerse themselves and the reader in this vibrant archaeological record in order to richly reconstruct the societies, rituals, and ritual interactions of Hopewellian peoples.By finding the faces, actions, and motivations of Hopewellian peoples as individuals who constructed knowable social roles, the authors explore, in a personalized and locally contextualized manner, the details of Hopewellian life: leadership, its sacred and secular power bases, recruitment, and formalization over time, systems of social ranking and prestige, animal-totemic clan organization, kinship structures, and sodalities, gender roles, prestige, work load, and health, community organization in its tri-scalar residential, symbolic, and demographic forms, intercommunity alliances and changes in their strategies and expanses over time, and interregional travels for power questing, pilgrimage, healing, tutelage, and acquiring ritual knowledge. These and other aspects of Hopewellian life are revealed through the assembly of comprehensive data bases of unprecedented scale, most of which are fully reported in CD form for the benefit of other researchers.This book is useful to scholars, graduate students, and advanced undergraduates interested in the workings and development of social complexity at local and interregional scales, recent theoretical developments in the anthropology of the topics listed above, the prehistory of eastern North America, its history of intellectual development, and Native American ritual, symbolism, and belief.

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Gathering Hopewell, w. CD-ROM
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Among the most socially and personally vocal archaeological remains on the North American continent are the massive and often complexly designed earthen architecture of Hopewellian peoples of two thousand years ago, their elaborately embellished works of art made of glistening metals and stones from faraway places, and their highly formalized mortuaries. In this book, twenty-one researchers in interwoven efforts immerse themselves and the reader in this vibrant archaeological record in order to richly reconstruct the societies, rituals, and ritual interactions of Hopewellian peoples.By finding the faces, actions, and motivations of Hopewellian peoples as individuals who constructed knowable social roles, the authors explore, in a personalized and locally contextualized manner, the details of Hopewellian life: leadership, its sacred and secular power bases, recruitment, and formalization over time, systems of social ranking and prestige, animal-totemic clan organization, kinship structures, and sodalities, gender roles, prestige, work load, and health, community organization in its tri-scalar residential, symbolic, and demographic forms, intercommunity alliances and changes in their strategies and expanses over time, and interregional travels for power questing, pilgrimage, healing, tutelage, and acquiring ritual knowledge. These and other aspects of Hopewellian life are revealed through the assembly of comprehensive data bases of unprecedented scale, most of which are fully reported in CD form for the benefit of other researchers.This book is useful to scholars, graduate students, and advanced undergraduates interested in the workings and development of social complexity at local and interregional scales, recent theoretical developments in the anthropology of the topics listed above, the prehistory of eastern North America, its history of intellectual development, and Native American ritual, symbolism, and belief.

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Emergence and Change in Early Urban Societies
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This book gives an overview of different factors involved in the emergence and change in early urban societies in fourth-millennium Mesopotamia and Egypt; pre-Shang China; Classie horizon Central Mexico, Oaxaca, and the Maya Area; and Middle Horizon societies in the Andean Region. These factors range from centralized storage and redistributive econo mies, agromanagerial models, mercantile network control, confliet and conquest, conversion of military commanders into administrators, political power through monumental cosmic reproduction, and elite power through ideological change. It discusses specific archaeological data useful in theoretieal construction. In the Introduction, a discussion of different developmental processes of urban societies is made. The Eastern Anatolian example emphasizes the role played by interregional exchange networks linking the Mesopotamian plains with the Syro-Anatolian regions. The emergence of an elite is related with the control of the movement of craft goods and raw materials, more than with the appropriation of subsistence goods. The Chinese example stresses the importance of conflict provoked by demographie pressures on resources. The Mesoamerican cases relate to vast urban developments and manu facturing centers, ideological importance of monumental planning, and changing behavior of elites. The Andean cases are related either to the transformation of theocratie leadership into military administrators oe to the agricultural intensification model.

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Connecting Elites and Regions
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The Early Iron Age Hallstatt C period in Northwest and Central Europe is marked by the emergence of monumental tumuli with lavish burials, some of which are known as chieftain's or princely graves. This new burial rite reflects one of the most noteworthy developments in Early Iron Age Europe: the rise of a new and elaborate way of elite representation north of the Alps. These sumptuous burials contain beautiful weaponry, bronze vessels and extravagantly decorated wagons and horse-gear. They reflect long-distance connections in material culture and elite (burial) practices across the breadth of Northwest and Central Europe. Research into this period, however, tends to be regionally focused and poorly accessible to scholars from other areas - language barriers in particular are a hindering factor. In an attempt to overcome this, Connecting Elites and Regions brings together scholars from several research traditions and nations who present regional overviews and discussions of elite burials and material culture from all over Northwest and Central Europe. In many cases these are the first overviews available in English and together they make regional research accessible to a wider audience. As such this volume contributes to and hopes to stimulate research on the Early Iron Age Hallstatt C period on a European scale. Contents Preface Robert Schumann and Sasja van der Vaart-Verschoof Differentiation and globalization in Early Iron Age Europe. Reintegrating the Early Hallstatt period (Ha C) into the debate Sasja van der Vaart-Verschoof and Robert Schumann Moravia - a connecting Line between North, West and South. To the supra-regional connections and formation of elites in the Early Hallstatt period Erika Makarová The Iron Age cremation cemetery of Wörgl in Tyrol and the Early Hallstatt Mindelheim horizon Markus Egg Animals to honour the ancestors: on animal depositions in barrows of the northeast Alpine Hallstatt region Petra Kmetová Hallstatt C sword graves in Continental Gaul: rise of an elite or new system of representation of self in a context of crisis? Pierre-Yves Milcent Hallstatt elite burials in Bohemia from the perspective of interregional contacts Martin Trefný A cluster of chieftains' graves in the Netherlands? Cremating and inhumating elites during Ha C on the Maashorst, the Netherlands Richard Jansen and Sasja van der Vaart-Verschoof Textile symbolism in Early Iron Age burials Christoph Huth and Monika Kondziella Identification and chronological aspects of western influence in northeast Alpine region of Hallstatt culture Laco Chmelo Elites before the Fürstensitze: Hallstatt C sumptuous graves between Main and Danube Manuel Fernández-Götz and Bettina Arnold The Early Iron Age in Belgium: earth and fire, and also water Eugène Warmenbol Textiles as Early Iron Age prestige goods - a discussion of visual qualities Karina Grömer 'Elite graves' in Bavaria. Considerations of practices, status and communication of Early Hallstatt communities Melanie Augstein New approaches to tracing (landscape) connections on the southeastern fringes of the Alps in the Early Iron Age: the state of (integrated) research in eastern Slovenia Matija CreSnar Elites in the cemetery at Hallstatt, Upper Austria Bettina Glunz-Hüsken French elite burials of the Early Iron Age Laurie Tremblay Cormier A practice perspective: understanding Early Iron Age elite burials in the southern Netherlands through event-based analysis Quentin Bourgeois and Sasja van der Vaart-Verschoof New research on sword graves of the Hallstatt C period in Hesse Wolfram Ney The Early Hallstatt elite burials in Belgium. An analysis of the funerary ritual Guy De Mulder At the crossroads of the Hallstatt East Carola Metzner-Nebelsick

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Connecting Elites and Regions
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The Early Iron Age Hallstatt C period in Northwest and Central Europe is marked by the emergence of monumental tumuli with lavish burials, some of which are known as chieftain's or princely graves. This new burial rite reflects one of the most noteworthy developments in Early Iron Age Europe: the rise of a new and elaborate way of elite representation north of the Alps. These sumptuous burials contain beautiful weaponry, bronze vessels and extravagantly decorated wagons and horse-gear. They reflect long-distance connections in material culture and elite (burial) practices across the breadth of Northwest and Central Europe. Research into this period, however, tends to be regionally focused and poorly accessible to scholars from other areas - language barriers in particular are a hindering factor. In an attempt to overcome this, Connecting Elites and Regions brings together scholars from several research traditions and nations who present regional overviews and discussions of elite burials and material culture from all over Northwest and Central Europe. In many cases these are the first overviews available in English and together they make regional research accessible to a wider audience. As such this volume contributes to and hopes to stimulate research on the Early Iron Age Hallstatt C period on a European scale. Contents Preface Robert Schumann and Sasja van der Vaart-Verschoof Differentiation and globalization in Early Iron Age Europe. Reintegrating the Early Hallstatt period (Ha C) into the debate Sasja van der Vaart-Verschoof and Robert Schumann Moravia - a connecting Line between North, West and South. To the supra-regional connections and formation of elites in the Early Hallstatt period Erika Makarová The Iron Age cremation cemetery of Wörgl in Tyrol and the Early Hallstatt Mindelheim horizon Markus Egg Animals to honour the ancestors: on animal depositions in barrows of the northeast Alpine Hallstatt region Petra Kmetová Hallstatt C sword graves in Continental Gaul: rise of an elite or new system of representation of self in a context of crisis? Pierre-Yves Milcent Hallstatt elite burials in Bohemia from the perspective of interregional contacts Martin Trefný A cluster of chieftains' graves in the Netherlands? Cremating and inhumating elites during Ha C on the Maashorst, the Netherlands Richard Jansen and Sasja van der Vaart-Verschoof Textile symbolism in Early Iron Age burials Christoph Huth and Monika Kondziella Identification and chronological aspects of western influence in northeast Alpine region of Hallstatt culture Laco Chmelo Elites before the Fürstensitze: Hallstatt C sumptuous graves between Main and Danube Manuel Fernández-Götz and Bettina Arnold The Early Iron Age in Belgium: earth and fire, and also water Eugène Warmenbol Textiles as Early Iron Age prestige goods - a discussion of visual qualities Karina Grömer 'Elite graves' in Bavaria. Considerations of practices, status and communication of Early Hallstatt communities Melanie Augstein New approaches to tracing (landscape) connections on the southeastern fringes of the Alps in the Early Iron Age: the state of (integrated) research in eastern Slovenia Matija CreSnar Elites in the cemetery at Hallstatt, Upper Austria Bettina Glunz-Hüsken French elite burials of the Early Iron Age Laurie Tremblay Cormier A practice perspective: understanding Early Iron Age elite burials in the southern Netherlands through event-based analysis Quentin Bourgeois and Sasja van der Vaart-Verschoof New research on sword graves of the Hallstatt C period in Hesse Wolfram Ney The Early Hallstatt elite burials in Belgium. An analysis of the funerary ritual Guy De Mulder At the crossroads of the Hallstatt East Carola Metzner-Nebelsick

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Interregionalism and the European Union
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Is the EU isolated within the emergent multipolar world? Concentrating on interregional relations and focussing on the European Union's (EU) evolving international role with regards to regional cooperation, this innovative book collects a set of fresh empirical analyses of interregional ties binding the EU with its Eastern and Southern neighbourhood, as well as with Asia, Africa and the Americas. The 25 leading authors from 5 continents have contributed original and diverse chapters and the book advances a novel theoretical 'post-revisionist' approach beyond both the Eurocentrism of 'Europe First' perspectives as well as the Euroscepticism of those advocating to simply move 'Beyond Europe'. After a Foreword by A. Acharya, the book's five sections reflect the main drivers of EU interregional policies: The European Union as a Sophisticated Laboratory of Regional and Interregional Cooperation (with chapters by M. Telo, L. Fawcett and T. Risse), De Facto Drivers of Regionalism (F. Ponjaert, M. Shu, A. Valladao and C. Jakobeit), De Jure Drivers of Regionalism (S. Lavenex, G. Finizio, C. Jakobeit, R. Coman, C. Cocq & S. Teo L-Shah), Cognitive Drivers of Regionalism (J. Ruland, E. Fitriani, S. Stavridis & S. Kingah, P. Bacon), and Instrumental Drivers of Regionalism (B. Delcourt, C. Olsson & G. Muller, A. Malamud & P. Seabra and L. Fioramonti & J. Kostopoulos).

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