Many people may assume Ghenghis Khan and his army is something we obviously do know about or have to know about. He got the biggest piece of the world in his time and Genghis Khan ranks first for male with the most children in history (1,000-2,000), not to mention his other deeds. Another important figure... Continue Reading →
Teoksessaan Le Dérèglement du mondeAmin Maalouf käsittelee monia asioita, jotka ovat yhä ajankohtaisia. Monet lienevät samaa mieltä maailman kaoottisuudesta, viitaten nykyisiin lukuisiin konflikteihin, sotiin, epävakauteen, propagandaan ja sivilisaatioiden välisiin yhteenottoihin. Tämän kirjoituksen tarkoituksena on päivittää edellistä, Liettuan geopoliittiseninstituutin ja Society Shelter ’Safe Housen’julkaisemaa artikkelia Uuden tyypin turvapaikanhakijat. Yksi epävakauksien sivuvaikutus on aina ollut ihmisten laajamittainen... Continue Reading →
Year 2012, I am with my group at the University course on Entrepreneurship and Management, arguing why corporate social responsibility is important to every organization. It is, because an organization is a part of the eco system and the society. Every human being or human lead organization, idea or action has to contribute to... Continue Reading →
Loughborough or lofboro: the peace project 13-23 September 2017, Loughborough, UK Pronunciation of Loughborough is quite a challenge in the beginning. This was the common feeling of all participants came in to this training from about ten countries outside of UK. I used to pronounce it as [Logborog] but the correct pronunciation supposed to be... Continue Reading →
DENIS McQUAIL’S MASS COMMUNICATION THEORY REVIEWED Turiba University, 4/9/2014 Denis McQuails fifth edition Mass Communication Theory - book was dedicated to George Gerbner who was a pioneer in mass communication theory and research and helped to unite critical and empirical schools of inquiry with practical issues of media policy and social concern. In his book, McQuail... Continue Reading →
Baxor keldi Sahar kelsang tabiatni qo'yniga, To'rt devolu, ko’p uyquni o’rniga, Konglingdi yoz, toza nafas, o’t dalani toriga, Quloq solib chandon qushalrning kuyiga. (21.05.2017) Duxtarakam! Duxtarakam, bari man tu az hama xurdtarakam. Duxtarakam, bari man tu az hama bextarakam. Injo bosh, hamesha tu darbarakam. Duoi man bar sari tu Duxtarakam.
The Conference titled Media & Hope took place on 27-28 of April at the University of Jyväskylä and brought more than hundred communications, media and media management scholars. Very intriguing presentation was on the public official’s salaries being a public information in Finland and the fact that it has to be available by request. However,... Continue Reading →
During my 3-day conference trip to Bergen which I paid from my pocket bdw (at some Uni you don’t have travel grants), I stayed not in Hotel which cost about 100 Euro/night, but I stayed at my friend’s house. Conference was very well organized and friendly with full of delicious food especially. Bergen’s Mayor hosted... Continue Reading →