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4. nacionalna konferenca o varnosti v lokalnih skupnostih
2018, proceedings of peer-reviewed scientific conference contributions (domestic conferences)

Abstract: Zbornik prispevkov predstavlja recenzirane prispevke, ki so bili predstavljeni na četrti nacionalni konferenci Varnost v lokalnih skupnostih v Slovenski Bistrici v decembru 2018. Glavna tema konference povzema sklepne ugotovitve raziskovanja v okviru raziskovalnega projekta Varnost v lokalnih skupnostih, ki se je izvajal na Fakulteti za varnostne vede Univerze v Mariboru. Prispevki v zborniku se osredotočajo na različne vidike varnosti v lokalnih skupnostih, in sicer na zaznavanje varnosti in preventivnih dejavnosti (zaznavanje virov ogrožanja, zaznava policijskega dela, zaznava varnosti v urbanih okoljih, vpliv socialne države na varnost in situacijsko preprečevanje kriminalitete); in različne perspektive varnosti v lokalnih okoljih (varnost v mestnih občinah, pooblastila občin, položaj migrantov v lokalnem okolju, zaznavanje vojske, informacijska varnost občanov in varovanje gospodarskih subjektov).
Keywords: lokalne skupnosti, varnost, policijsko delo v skupnosti
Published: 17.12.2018; Views: 24; Downloads: 1
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Development of tourism research
Marjetka Rangus, Boštjan Brumen, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: The relative short history of tourism research is characterised by an ongoing debate on whether tourism is in fact an independent academic field with its own disciplinary matrix and standardisation of knowledge. On the other hand, the evidence shows that the categorisation of journals in the tourism field (together with hospitality, leisure and sport) in the JCR and Scopus internationally recognised indexed databases is a de facto form of recognition of the scientific status of "tourism". Publishing activities of Slovenian authors are analysed in order to support the need for Slovenian bibliographical databases to follow this trend and introduce a new categorisation to the Cobiss and Sicris databases.
Keywords: tourism, tourism research, indexing of publication, tourism studies
Published: 29.11.2018; Views: 15; Downloads: 2
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Sustainable development of careers in tourism
Mitja Gorenak, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: Developing sustainable careers in the tourism sector is just as hard as achieving sustainable tourism in general. Our objective was to determine tour guides' attitude to the sustainable development of their careers by tourist agencies as those engaging them. We conducted a survey among representatives of tourist agencies (N = 34). The research showed that the economic pillar of sustainable development is perceived to be the most important when it comes to the sustainable development of careers, followed by the environmental pillar as the second and the social pillar as the least important. In order to achieve the truly sustainable development of careers, the focus must be on the social pillar of development.
Keywords: tourism, career, development, human resources
Published: 29.11.2018; Views: 13; Downloads: 1
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Termična karakterizacija materialov
Janja Stergar, Irena Ban, 2018, other educational material

Keywords: termična karakterizacija, materiali, laboratorijske vaje
Published: 16.11.2018; Views: 24; Downloads: 3
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Strukturna in koloidna kemija
Regina Fuchs-Godec, Matjaž Kristl, 2018, other educational material

Keywords: koloidna kemija, strukturna kemija, laboratorijske vaje
Published: 16.11.2018; Views: 18; Downloads: 2
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Criminal justice and security in Central and Eastern Europe
2018, proceedings

Abstract: Starting in 1996 and reconvening for its twelfth session in 2018, the Biennial International Conference Criminal Justice and Security in Central and Eastern Europe addresses contemporary challenges in the field of criminal justice and security by encouraging the exchange of the latest views, concepts, and research findings from criminal justice and security studies among scientist, researchers, and practitioners from all over the globe, mainly from Central and Eastern Europe. This year’s Conference is subtitled From Common Sense to Evidence-based Policymaking. The theme of the Conference covers a wide range of topics related to the policing strategies and criminal justice policy development. Authors contributed more than fifty papers that focus on evidence-based policy-making and evidence-based policing, criminal investigation, penology and punishment, security issues, organised crime and corruption, crime analysis, crime prevention, and legal perspectives.
Published: 13.11.2018; Views: 23; Downloads: 7
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Health-related quality of life in paediatric arterial hypertension
Tadej Petek, Tjaša Hertiš, Nataša Marčun-Varda, 2018, original scientific article

Abstract: Background: The prevalence of paediatric hypertension is increasing worldwide, especially due to the childhood obesity epidemic, and is an important public-health concern. While the Health-Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) was already shown to be impaired in the adult hypertensive population, a scarcity of data still exists on HRQoL in paediatric hypertensive patients. Our purpose was thus to assess the HRQoL of children and adolescents with arterial hypertension, using self- and proxy-reports, and to determine the correlations between child and parent questionnaire scores. Methods: The Paediatric Quality of Life Inventory™ 4.0 Generic Core Scales were administered via post to children and adolescents, aged 5-18 years, with primary or secondary arterial hypertension and parents as proxy-reports. Patients were recruited from a paediatric nephrology unit in a tertiary hospital, using an out-patient clinic visit registry. Healthy school children and adolescents from a local primary school, aged 6 to 15 years, and their parents formed the control group. HRQoL group comparisons were calculated with independent samples t-test and child-parent correlations with the Pearson’s r correlation coefficient. Results: In total we recruited 139 patient and 199 control group participants as self- and proxy-reports. Scores from self- as well as proxy-reports indicated a significantly lower overall HRQoL in the paediatric hypertensive population (95% CI for mean score difference: − 11.02, − 2.86 for self- and − 10.28, − 2.67 for proxy-reports; p = .001). In self-reports, lower physical (95% CI: -13.95, − 4.89; p = <.001), emotional (95% CI: -12.96, − 2.38; p = .005), school (95% CI: -11.30, − 0.42; p = .035), and psychosocial functioning scores were observed (95% CI: -10.34, − 1.89; p = .005). Parent proxy-reports were lower in physical (95% CI: -14.31, − 5.39; p = <.001), emotional (95% CI: -12.39, − 2.60; p = .003) and psychosocial scores (95% CI: -9.36, − 1.34; p = .009). Pearson’s r values ranged between 0.62 to 0.79 in patient and 0.56 to 0.80 in control sample (p < .001). Interestingly, hypertensive children reported lower social functioning scores than hypertensive adolescents (p < .001). Conclusions: This cross-sectional study gives insight into the detrimental impact of hypertension on children’s and adolescents HRQoL, which may inform public health experts. Furthermore, it shows that clinicians should aim to improve patients’ physical and psychosocial well-being throughout their development.
Keywords: arterial hypertension, paediatric, health-related quality of life, PedsQL
Published: 26.10.2018; Views: 34; Downloads: 9
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Discrepancies among Scopus, Web of Science, and PubMed coverage of funding information in medical journal articles
Peter Kokol, Helena Blažun, original scientific article

Abstract: Objective: The overall aim of the present study was to compare the coverage of existing research funding information for articles indexed in Scopus, Web of Science, and PubMed databases. Methods: The numbers of articles with funding information published in 2015 were identified in the three selected databases and compared using bibliometric analysis of a sample of twenty-eight prestigious medical journals. Results: Frequency analysis of the number of articles with funding information showed statistically significant differences between Scopus, Web of Science, and PubMed databases. The largest proportion of articles with funding information was found in Web of Science (29.0%), followed by PubMed (14.6%) and Scopus (7.7%). Conclusion: The results show that coverage of funding information differs significantly among Scopus, Web of Science, and PubMed databases in a sample of the same medical journals. Moreover, we found that, currently, funding data in PubMed is more difficult to obtain and analyze compared with that in the other two databases.
Keywords: journal as topics, medicine, research funding, bibliometrics, funding acknowledgment, funding patterns
Published: 24.10.2018; Views: 41; Downloads: 19
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