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Piotr Jednaszewski

Piotr Jednaszewski

Doctor of Philosophy

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Online education and research Extended reality educational programmes Middle East Studies ORCID https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1061-907X

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Publications (14)
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The aim of this article is to present the impact of the Coronavirus (Covid–2019) on the social life in the world from the historical and technological perspective. This historical perspective is based on the outbreaks of plagues in the history of Europe and their aftermath. Whereas the twenty first century perspective deals with the situation we fa...
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Egypt is called in Arabic:Um al-Dunya – meaning Mother of the World. The name has been used throughout the history regarding the country`s achievements (Kotb, 2014). Its geographical position makes it considered as the Middle East country where the Sinai Peninsula takes about 6% of the country`s territory. This sensitive to political changes area o...
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This paper presents the birth and development of the Pan Islamic idea in the world. For over 200 years, the concept of one Islamic state has developed as the answer to the clash between the Christian and Muslim influences in the world. In the course of history, the concept of Pan Islamic state has evolved, and this process has not finished. This ar...
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The migration of Jews in Europe started from Asia and Africa. It should be noted that they were highly recognised as the nation of the holy book and monotheistic religion like the Christians and the Muslims in this part of the world. One of oldest Jewish tribes come from Ethiopia. The majority of Jews in Europe lived in Iberian Peninsula in the Cal...
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John Hume who was main leader of peace negotiations between the Irish Republican Army called IRA and British Government. It was one of the longest conflicts in the world history. We can search for the beginning of this conflict during the reign Henry the VIII when he broke from the Catholicism. Every peace talks need two or more parties which can r...
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Teaching positive attitude is as important as teaching different techniques and strategies in negotiations. Focusing on the situation and the problem are key to the whole process. When negotiating in different situations, participants are sometimes tempted put all their focus on the counterpart and his or her approach. In fact, two different discip...
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Teaching metaphors in EFL classes is not a new concept but it still leaves areas for research and development due to the fact that TEFL carries a lot of challenges for teachers, especially those who are not native speakers and who aim to guide the L2 development of their learners. One area of TEFL focuses on teaching communication skills and negoti...
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The article discusses the role of negotiations and building relations from the perspective of our human nature. The education we gain at schools and universities makes us think that we should be more focused on educating people than building relations. The article points out why negotiators are not teachers. As a further point, we have a tendency t...
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The words we use in negotiations have power to change the situation, the atmosphere and the thinking process of the people involved. According to a study conducted by Raymond Birdwhistle in 1970, the words we speak to other people represent 7% of the communication result we achieve (Oswald, 2008, p.17). On the other hand, we realize that words can...
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Clear communication in negotiations is one of the key elements to achieving win-win solutions. Teaching and developing students` communicative ability also means being aware that we work with individuals who differ and thus produce different outcomes, even when working on the same cases. Making students aware of their differences in perceiving the...
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A negotiation ploy is like a game used by the other party, which aims to play on your emotions and dignity and to extend any leverage that they have to achieve certain personal or professional goals. Ploys can lead to gamesmanship or deceit. This article will present a total of eleven different ploys. However, the art of negotiation is the ability...
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Teaching BATNA and WATNA on an EFL-English as a Foreign Language-programme involves development of students` competence in a foreign language and improvement of their negotiation skills and case analysis. This article presents some techniques for teaching and evaluating BATNA and WATNA in an EFL Business Class. The author provides examples and expl...
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The aim of this article is to give teachers of EFL practical advice how to prepare their students for negotiations. The article presents the SWOT from the practical approach followed by the case study and the evaluation of the analysed business record. The problem of the employee`s company position and access to information is also high lightened a...

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