M. Adela Gjorgjioska

M. Adela Gjorgjioska
Sapienza University of Rome | la sapienza · Department of Developmental and Social Psychology

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Introduction
UNSDGs; sustainable development, sustainable finance, international environmental governance, social representations theory

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Publications (18)
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This study evaluates internationalization at home (IaH) as a means for bridging the ‘mobility gap’ in countries, which are outside the core of Europe. It draws on the experience of two six month long international MicroMasters programmes, which were conducted jointly within the virtual campus of four higher education institutions (University of Ist...
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Ideology and Utopia in China’s New Wave Cinema is an incisive examination of the dialectical interplay between Chinese Sixth Wave Cinema and the context from which it springs and that it mirrors - China’s embrace of globalisation in the 1990s and the consequent social-political and economic transformations.
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The onset and the growing pervasiveness of social networks in the 21st century has only intensified the challenges of the marketing industry. By 2016, this period has been broadly described as "the post-truth era". It has been characterized by the competition of often contradictory information and the contestation of objective knowledge. Within thi...
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Since 2001 the inter-ethnic relations between the two largest ethno-national communities in the Republic of Macedonia have been regulated by the Ohrid Framework Agreement (OFA). Describing it as an attempt at Complex Power Sharing, the article explores the synthesis (in theory and in practice) between the Agreement’s consociational and integrationi...
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The Roma, who make up about 3% of the country’s population, are also the social group which has been the most severely affected by the Macedonian transition from socialism to neoliberal capitalism. The consolidation and affirmation of neoliberal policies in the country has been accompanied by the marginalization, discrimination and pauperization of...
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Experience from past electoral cycles suggests that electoral programmes more often than not fail to translate into economic policy making which has concrete and tangible deliverables. Nonetheless, programmes present one indicator of the predominant party- political ideologies, and point to the general directions that are likely to be taken by futu...
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In the past several decades conspiracy theories have come to increasingly pervade mainstream culture, becoming widespread and immensely popular. The Macedonian society has hardly remained immune to such trends, with conspiracy theories starting to influence popular interpretations on a rising number of issues - from vaccinations, to chem-trails and...
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On March 24th, the EU General Affairs Council decided “to open accession negotiations with the Republic of N. Macedonia”. Less than a month after the EU finally agreed to begin accession negotiations, the full Council conclusions were published. The contents of one of the Annexes suggests that neighboring Bulgaria may present difficult and possibly...
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Sustainable development and public governance are two closely intertwined fields which connect public policy and state administration with economics and society. Good public governance is associated with accountability, transparency, efficiency, effectiveness, responsiveness and the rule of law. As such it is also considered to be a precondition fo...
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This article examines the material and ideational conditions in academia and broader society under neoliberalism and their effects on social psychology, both as an academic community and as a source of knowledge production. Social representations theory (SRT)—embedded in the discipline of social psychology—is taken as a case study, which mirrors no...
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In a concise, yet comprehensive retrospective of over one hundred years of citizenship models in Yugoslavia and the post-Yugoslav states, Stiks skillfully interweaves accounts of the historical, legal, socio-political and ideological backdrops of citizenship. Citizenship is described here as more than the titular status defined by the set of obliga...
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Meta-theory refers to critical philosophies of knowledge or science, which are concerned with the foundations, methods and implications of science. Thus, it is equally concerned with knowledge production, as it is with its usage (Wallis, 2010). Its central questions include what qualifies as (social) science, the reliability of scientific theories,...
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This contribution presents collective results of a research project carried out within the EC-approved SoReCom-Joint-IDP (http://www.europhd.eu/SoReComJointIDP) built on the top of an on-going project led since 20 years by A.S. de Rosa at the European/International Joint PhD on Social Representations and Communication Research Centre and Multimedia...
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It is in the relational space between the "private" and "public" of Macedonia's contemporaneity that this book is conceived. It convokes materiality, aesthetics, and consumption patterns as the bedrock on which this space is (re-)negotiated, (re-)constituted and (re-)presented. Proclaiming to be "grounded in the spread of aestheticized sense of own...
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The essay claims that by focusing on the demands of cultural groups, multiculturalism neglects two key liberal principles: equality and liberty of individual consciousness. In so doing it limits the space for the diversification of identities. The degree to which this is the case varies according to the type of multiculturalism espoused. The implic...
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The early proponents of financial liberalisation ascribed the poor performance of investment and growth in developing countries to interest rate ceilings, high reserve requirements and quantitative restrictions in the credit allocation mechanism. These restrictions were said to be the sources of ‘financial repression’, the main symptoms of which we...

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Projects (3)
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FEAST aims to catalyse Europe’s just transition to a ‘Win-Win-Win-Win' food system that sees major gains for people, the planet, and the public and private sectors.
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Explores the possibilities of integrating meta-theoretical insights with critical approaches, for the purpose of developing Social Representations Theory in a more critical and ideologically conscious direction.