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This study aims to examine the effect of corporate social responsibility on the firm’s performance. Data collected for this study was based on secondary research which resulted in obtaining the data from the annual reports of Bahrain listed firms that are operating under the governance of Bahrain Bourse, also some other information was collected fr...
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In this paper I discuss Roger Trigg's contribution to this volume on Wittgenstein, concepts, and human nature. Trigg shares many of the basic assumptions that form the methodological framework of cognitive science of religion (CSR) arguing that Wittgenstein's later work shares common ground with presumptions, commitments, and accounts in cultural s...
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The main purpose of this study is to shed light on the relationship between corporate governance, tax avoidance, and corporate social responsibility disclosure in emerging and frontier markets Nigeria and Pakistan, respectively. The current study employs a unique set of datasets about 91 companies from the Nigeria Stock Market and 121 companies fro...
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Organizations strive to satisfy salient and unmet consumer needs by providing value through their products and services. If environmentally sustainable “green” brands successfully exist by addressing environmental issues in developed countries where environmental consciousness is high, there may be a potential for the existence of newly created CSR...
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Because of COVID-19 in the world, enterprises and consumers pay more and more attention to environmental protection, food safety and health issues. The purpose of this paper is to take China's food company as an example to study the impact of CSR on customer loyalty, mediating effects of company image and customer satisfaction, and moderating effec...
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Objective To survey the content of occupational safety and health (OSH) disclosed in corporate social responsibility (CSR)-related reports and integrated reports in 2020 and to compare the changes between 2012 and 2020 according to industry and company size. Results Among all companies, 441 (20.3%) issued CSR-related reports and 590 (28.1%) issued...
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Adapting enterprises to a rapidly changing world pursuing the goal of sustainable development is accomplished through a strategic approach to corporate social responsibility (CSR). Due to its holistic nature, this concept can permeate business activities at every level of the supply chain, allowing for the perception of the company’s opportunities...
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The aim of this work is to show whether a continuous strategy in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) over time brings efficiency and profitability to the company's operations. The methodology used in this paper is based on two sets of variables: the scoring for 27 listed companies present in the Spanish MERCO Corporate Responsibility and Governan...
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While the benefits of CSR may offer suppliers a competitive advantage in their customer market, CSR remains a paradox as firms struggle to strike a balance between the financial, social, and environmental interests of stakeholders. Such confliction is greatly intensified for firms whose core business and/or marketing communications contradict the g...
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Research background: The literature on the effects of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) on performance is extensive and shows a significant positive effect. Likewise, the use of ICT to facilitate and report on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices implemented by Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) contributes to improve bus...
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This research examines how the typeface design in a charitable appeal affects consumers' evaluations of the ad and, in turn, their willingness to engage in the advertised charitable activities. We propose that the typeface's simulation of a handwritten note creates a sense of connectedness to the information sender (e.g., organization, brand), whic...
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This study is based on the natural resource based view, which examines the impact of holistic marketing orientation on business performance (BP) by defining the role of enablers and mediators. The drivers, including corporate social responsibility (CSR) and environmental culture (EC) influence, are tested by analyzing the role of sustainable compet...
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In our study, we examine the association between hedge fund activism and a target firm’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities and whether activists can promote socially responsible investments while upholding shareholders’ interests. Using different matched samples, we find a strong positive association between the target firm’s CSR in...
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The study mainly focuses on identifying the links between corporate social responsibility disclosure activities and green bond investment performance utilizing GDP growth as a moderating variable in Morocco. The research is based on a unique technique combining a thorough literature review, market data analysis, and interviews with a vast spectrum...
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The aim of this paper was to examine whether the COVID-19 epidemic has slowed the fulfilment of one of the core tasks of the energy sector “Ensure Access to Affordable, Reliable, Sustainable and Modern Energy for All” (SDG7) taking into account corporate social responsibility. Four research questions and hypotheses were posed, relating to the persp...
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Purpose This article examines the relationship between corporate social responsibility (CSR)'s dimensions and the financial performance of commercial banks in Nigeria. CSR has become a critical component of business strategy in countries across the globe due to its continued relevance to critical environmental and social impacts on the existence of...
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Using a large sample of EU non-financial firms over the period 2008-2018, this study examines the effect of the 2014 EU Non-Financial Reporting Directive on corporate social responsibility (CSR) and finds that the Directive has led to an increase in CSR transparency and performance. Further, it shows that the association between the Directive and C...
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Section 55 of SEBI listing norms is a comprehensive set of guidelines exhorting companies to become a more responsible corporate citizen by pursuing a better CSR and environmental reporting regime and more importantly to make these reporting a part of their public disclosure. Thus they have to communicate their commitment towards change and ul...
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Content analyses in corporate communication can reveal organizational phenomena that are otherwise hard to obtain. Research themes are manifold and range from corporate social responsibility (CSR) and corporate reputation to stakeholder relations and crisis responses as well as corporate culture and employee commitment. Content analyses are able to...
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The term engaged workforce is increasingly used to describe the win-win situation where employers expect employees to give their best to achieve organisational objectives and employees expect meaningful and challenging job. Several studies aimed directly on the linkage between CSR and employee engagement have found a strong correlation between empl...
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The present research aims to discuss the role of Social corporate responsibility CSR in achieving sustainable competitive advantage. In summary, the social responsibility of the institution has become imperative for contemporary institutions, considering that they aim to integrate and take into account social aspects in their activities, and in...
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Natural disaster events such as drought affect the broader economy and inflict adverse consequences for firms because of spill-over effects in an integrated economy. Contrary to the expectation that firms would engage in higher levels of corporate tax avoidance strategies when they experience a negative cash flow shock, we document consistent evide...
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Research on sustainability reporting is becoming increasingly important. Despite the growing body of literature on sustainability reporting, little is known about its past trends and how research areas might evolve in the future. Recognizing and understanding the research trend related to sustainability reporting will enable future researchers to p...
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In this paper, we extend the research on the effect of corporate social responsibility (CSR) on firm risk by analyzing the CSR–idiosyncratic risk nexus and how CSR can be integrated as insurance in a global risk management strategy. First, the causality between CSR and risk was tested. Second, copulas were estimated to strengthen the existing resul...
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Local wisdom is very important for corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities which benefit local communities, especially in the case of companies in Indonesia; however, these companies have not yet understood the concept and examples of local wisdom-based CSR activities. This research aims to formulate the concept of such CSR and its practic...
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The transport characteristics of the unsteady flow field in rarefied plasma plumes is crucial for a pulsed vacuum arc in which the particle distribution varies from 1016 to 1022 m−3. The direct simulation Monte Carlo (DSMC) method and particle-in-cell (PIC) method are generally combined to study this kind of flow field. The DSMC method simulates th...
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The relationship between hometown attachment (HA) and corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a topic to be explored in depth. We measured the HA by the Chinese diaspora background and the immigrant culture of the ultimate controllers of the firm and employed the sample of Chinese non-financial private-listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen fro...
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This study intends to examine the effect of CEO succession with gender change from male to female (i.e., female CEO succession) on corporate social responsibility (CSR) reporting. Based on insights from upper echelons theory, it is proposed that female CEO successors are more likely than male CEO successors to improve the firm’s CSR reporting level...
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Mining activities can be good for the local economy, but they can also have a negative impact, which has created increasing pressure from stakeholders. A constructive and positive engagement between a company and its stakeholders is important for sustainability issues and can provide a shared understanding of sustainable development. This review ai...
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The Chinese government initiated a nationwide poverty alleviation campaign in 2016. Many Chinese listed firms engaged in poverty alleviation campaign and made significant contributions. In this study, we investigate the relationship between firms’ poverty alleviation campaign and firm innovation performance. Using a large sample of 3140 Chinese A-s...
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Purpose-The study aims to examine whether corporate social responsibility (CSR) disclosure does improve debt financing of listed firms with sustainable development agendas coupled with high chief executive officer (CEO) tenure in India. Design/methodology/approach-Employing panel regression based on fixed effect and instrumental variable regression...
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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a concept that encourages organizations to consider the interests of society by taking responsibility for the impact of the organization's activities on customers, employees, shareholders, communities and the environment in all aspects of its operations. This obligation is seen to extend beyond the statutory...
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Nim : 43120010023 Sumber daya manusia mempunyai peran sangat penting dalam pengelolaan bisnis ritel ini, karna membutuhkan kesiapan pengelolaan dalam arti sumber daya manusia (SDM) yang memiliki pengetahuan keterampilan (baik softkill maupun hard skill) dalam hal manajerial penjualan ritel dan sekaligus kepekaan dalam melihat peluang agar dapat mem...
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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) basically refers to what is done by organizations to positively influence the society in which it exists. This could include, healthcare initiatives, preservation of cultural heritage and beautification of cities /towns, community relations, special education/ training programs and scholarships and volunteer as...
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Responsible corporate now a days are not only taking CSR seriously but are engaged in well-planned and wholehearted efforts to develop the community in general. Even before The Companies Act 2013 some of India's top businesses were engaged not only in philanthropy but also in well-defined CSR activities to address the issues of the surrounding comm...
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While corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities are well-established among football clubs, COVID-19 challenged clubs’ capacity and commitment to continue delivering in times of crisis. Focusing on Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) Premiership clubs and their charitable foundations, we examined challenges presented by restrictions...
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The key objectives of this paper are twofold: first, the study examines the nexus between Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and firm risk management in international settings. Second, the study tests the moderating impact of board diversity and CSR committee on the association between CSR and firm risk. Based on the panel sample of 4034 firms f...
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Nachhaltige Entwicklung ist nicht nur ein Leitprinzip der Vereinten Nationen, sondern eine zunehmend bedeutsame Ziel- und Handlungsperspektive in Produktionsunternehmen und Bildungsprozessen. Die Etablierung einer unternehmerischen Gesellschaftsverantwortung (engl. Corporate Social Responsibility, kurz: CSR) konfrontiert alle Unternehmensebenen und...
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The COVID-19 pandemic which has lasted for more than one year to date has had a significant impact on the sustainability of the company's business. This study aimed to explore how the influence of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on stakeholders in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic crisis on Corporate Sustainability (CS). Quantitative researc...
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Cervical spondylosis (CS) is a common clinical orthopedic disease. Among cervical spondyloses, cervical spondylotic radiculopathy (CSR) is the most common. Its clinical manifestations are localized neck pain and radial numbness of the shoulder, upper arm, forearm, and even fingers. As far as the status quo is concerned, with the change of lifestyle...
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The paper seeks to assess Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Activities by corporate in Zimbabwe as a case study of developing countries. A survey research approach was adopted to gather qualitative descriptive data from a convenience sample of 96 company executives from 20 companies most of which were parastatals at a university training progra...
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This is a 5 years multicentre database study that recruited subjects from the Malaysian Ministry of Health Cataract Surgery Registry (MOH CSR), aimed to determine risk factors that affect cataract surgery visual outcome and evaluates post-cataract surgery vision. All age-related cataract surgeries with primary intraocular lens (IOL) implantation we...
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The Nordics and Switzerland earned top scores in Robeco’s first Country Sustainability Report of 2022. Robust democratic institutions, strong social structures, and ambitious environmental leadership continued to burnish the performance of sustainability’s perennial superstars. Meanwhile, Russia dropped after its invasion of Ukraine early in the ye...
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We report our comparison study on the first stage electron bunch compression schemes at 750 MeV using a conventional and a double C-chicane for the X-ray free electron laser (XFEL) under development for the Matter-Radiation Interactions in Extremes (MaRIE) project at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Compared to the performance of the conventional C-...
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Preference for sons and smaller families and, in the case of China, a one-child policy, have contributed to missing girl births in India and China over the last few decades due to sex-selective abortions. Selective abortion occurs also among Indian and Chinese diaspora, but their variability and trends over time are unknown. We examined conditional...
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Nowadays, titanium oxide nanopowders are applied as photocatalysts that are effective means under the influence of UV irradiation. To enhance the efficiency of photocatalysis under visible light TiO 2 may be doped with rare and noble metals (NM). The aim of this work is the phase, morphological, and structural characteristics of nanosized titanium...
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Purpose-This paper aims to examine consumers' evaluation of and reaction to the coexistence of brand misconduct and sustainability claims through a series of studies. Design/methodology/approach-The research questions are examined across three studies. Consumer's scepticism of corporate social responsibility (CSR) is considered the driver of bran...
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The impact of the employees’ perceptions of CSR activities on the employee-organization relationship has been little explored in the literature. This study aims to analyze the impact of corporate social responsibility (CSR) perceptions (Environment-related CSR; Employee-related CSR, Customer-related CSR) on organizational citizenship behavior throu...
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This study examines the role of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the investment preferences of tour operators through a discrete choice experiment conducted among tour operator managers worldwide. Stakeholder theory is used as a theoretical platform for explaining the role of CSR within the tour operators’ investment preferences. The findin...
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The concept of corporate social responsibility became one of the most discussed ethical principles to be respected by all businesses in all fields of activities. During recent years, number of companies asserting commitment to CSR around the world are growing as they recognize CSR one of the most important principles of ethics and an indicator of s...
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Corporate activities conducted under the banner of creating shared value (CSV) have gained popularity over the last decade, and some MNCs have espoused that CSV has entered the heart of their practices. There has, however, been criticism about the lack of a standard definition of CSV. The purpose of the current study was to develop a working defini...
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The main purpose of this research work is to examine the process of emergence, development and formation of the concept of corporate social responsibility (CSR), its current level of development, to study the modern CSR related theoretical approaches and to emphasize the practical significance of these theories. The article compares various approac...
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We assess whether social capital, captured by CSR, is an effective hedge against risks arising from political and market competition risk. Having a higher CSR score significantly reduces stock return volatility during political uncertainty, but not cash flow volatility. Meanwhile, CSR is also an effective hedge against stock return volatility that...
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Every country in the globe has been affected by COVID-19, and its effects have rippled across society. Thousands of people have been negatively impacted by the health pandemic’s impact on both the public and commercial sectors. By identifying those that have been used during the epidemic, this dissertation seeks to study, summarise, and analyse the...
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The lack of uniform non-voluntary corporate social responsibility (CSR) disclosure standards and the complexity around different stakeholder demands have resulted in considerable flexibility in corporate compliance with CSR reporting. Covering a wide range of CSR dimensions, this paper investigates corporate views on CSR disclosure. Evidence presen...
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This paper explores the role of Information Management & Communication Technology (IMCT) in facilitating the implementation of CSR which creates a common understanding & usage of the term. This paper is based on the qualitative analysis of secondary data. It clarifies the varying nature of CSR from country to country & industry to industry which cr...
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Purpose: The model of CSR devised by the American scientist ″Archie B. Carroll in 1991″-which became well-known in academic circles as Carroll′s CSR pyramid, has been criticized by academics and researchers. The researcher firmly believes that one of the most important reasons that led to the emergence of these criticisms was Carroll's adoption of...
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Considering the vulnerable climatic conditions in most parts of the planet, a successful transition toward a carbon-free future is a critical challenge worldwide. In this respect, around 35% of the world’s total greenhouse gas emission (GHG) is associated with the power sector (especially electrical energy). To this end, a vast of electrical energy...
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Background: Salt affected areas have increased day by day because of excessive use of irrigation water with improper drainage coupled with the poor quality of irrigation water. The assessment of genetic divergence existing in the germplasm collections is very important for success of hybridization programme leading to development of high yielding v...
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Research aims: This research attempts to test the impact of CSR on financial performance, with earnings management and leverage acting as moderating factors.Design/Methodology/Approach: The manufacturing companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) from 2015 to 2019 served as the study object. Purposive sampling was utilized in sample sel...
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Sparse linear algebra kernels play a critical role in numerous applications, covering from exascale scientific simulation to large-scale data analytics. Offloading linear algebra kernels on one GPU will no longer be viable in these applications, simply because the rapidly growing data volume may exceed the memory capacity and computing power of a s...
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Research into Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) focused on business organizations in developed countries. The purpose of this research is to examine the factors that affect the CSR in public universities in Saudi Arabia. Building on stakeholder theory and transformational leadership (TL) theory, this study proposed that TL and its dimension wil...
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: Now every day's speech recognition is utilized broadly in numerous packages. In software program engineering and electric constructing, speech recognition (SR) is the interpretation of verbally expressed words into textual content. it's miles otherwise referred to as "computerized speech recognition" (CSR), "pc speech reputation", or most effecti...
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This paper examines the impact of corporate social responsibility (CSR) expenditure compliance on firm value in the context of the Indian firms by applying instrumental approach of the stakeholder theory and the P/B-ROE valuation model. The study hypothesizes that CSR expenditure compliance will positively affect the firm value. Price-to-book (P/B)...
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To address the question of why corporate executives adopt diverse corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategies, this conceptual paper proposes a decision-frame model to explain how differences in executives’ information-processing templates can lead to different strategic choices concerning CSR. Drawing on managerial cognition research and CSR...
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Purpose The interest in corporate social responsibility (CSR) has become burgeoning in the construction industry as firms are under constant pressure from socially conscious stakeholders to demonstrate their efforts to address various CSR issues. This study aims to unveil the key practices and impact factors (KPIFs) of CSR implementation in constru...
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Background Climatic warming is increasing regionally and globally, and results concerning warming and its consequent drought impacts have been reported extensively. However, due to a lack of quantitative analysis of warming severities, it is still unclear how warming and warming-induced drought influence leaf functional traits, particularly how the...
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Beyond the conventional understanding of corporate social responsibility (CSR) as a voluntary obligation for promoting triple-bottom-line CSR, development-oriented CSR is emerging and requires empirical investigation. This organisation-level research fills this gap by exploring development-oriented CSR as a driver of entrepreneurship in Nigeria. Ar...
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This paper proposes a novel framework for systematic reviews, the conceptual systematic review (CSR), incorporating elements of content analysis that often implicitly precede synthesising research but are rarely made explicit. We argue that a CSR has the possibility to conceptually map a tangled term, to prepare systematic reviews, to advance inter...
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This review article focuses on the Czech, Slovak and Czechoslovak historiography of fascism and fascist movements in interwar Czechoslovakia. Its aim is to map, characterize and critically analyze the most important works on Czech and Slovak fascism in the First Republic from contemporary publications to the present. Thus, the chronological scope o...