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Die Authentizität in Maja Haderlaps Roman Engel des Vergessens
Miša Glišič, 2014, original scientific article

Abstract: This article analyses the authenticity of memories in the second half of the 20th century in Carinthia. The segmentation of historical authenticity is visible in the historical reminiscence of traumatic historical events in relation to social interaction. The combination of social, political und cultural elements affects the divergent experience of individuals in determinated environment. The complexity of the novel is seen in the inner feelings, which characterization relates to emotions and the subconscious of the population. The article focuses on the female perspective as well as on the role of women in the story. The author proves with her experience of unconsciously the unsolved problematic of her own literalizing of history. The personality of the writer is shown in the examples of double literary, personal and lingual identity.
Keywords: Austrian literature, Slovene literature, literalizing of history, role of women, multiculturalism, search of identity, question of minority
Published: 18.05.2017; Views: 340; Downloads: 66
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Minority writing: the case of Friuli-Venezia Giulia (Italy), Goriška and Coastal-Karst regions (Slovenia)
Ana Toroš, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: The paper discusses the literature of national and linguistic minorities along the Slovene-Italian border area (Slovene and Friulian literature in Italy, Italian literature in Slovene Istria), comprised of the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region in Italy, and the Goriška and Coastal-Karst regions in neighbouring Slovenia. The paper claims that a new methodological approach is needed to study these literatures, namely one that will upgrade previous research (studying the literature’s regional specifics which stem from the authors’ common living environment, regardless of their linguistic and national identity, and the depiction of foreign culture in minority literature) and move towards regional comparative literature. Results of such studies would be useful to bolster the teaching materials in literature classes in the area concerned.
Keywords: minority literature, regional comparative literature, literature didactic
Published: 27.02.2018; Views: 282; Downloads: 51
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Minority shareholder protection in group of companies and its effect on the economic growth
Til Rozman, 2014, original scientific article

Abstract: Building on some of the key findings of the so-called law matters theory and its criticism, and taking into account that the economic growth of the Slovenian economy is weak, this paper emphasizes the importance of the minority shareholder protection for the economic growth. Since a group of companies has become the prevailing form of large enterprises, the focus of the paper is on the outside minority shareholder protection. Although groups of companies are a well-known and established topic in several law sectors at the national and the EU level (competition law, tax law, labour law etc.), they are only seldom the subject of the national or EU company law. However, Slovenia is one of only a few member states that have codified company law relating to group of companies. This paper finds that Slovenian normative framework provides a comprehensive protection for outside minority shareholder. As it is especially the enforcement matters that are relevant, not only the codified law (in books), further research on the Slovenian company law relating to group of companies is legitimate and necessary, and should revolve around the question of whether the regulation has achieved the desired objectives in the practice.
Keywords: minority shareholder protection, group of companies, economic growth, corporate governance, Slovenian law relating to group of companies
Published: 02.08.2018; Views: 156; Downloads: 23
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