- Dec 2020
Długosz, P., & Kryvachuk, L. (2020). Neurotic generation of Covid-19 in Eastern Europe. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/mwhzk
- life satisfaction
- distance education
- financial situation
- education burnout
- Eastern Europe
- pandemic interest
- neurotic generation
- Oct 2020
They are determined to prevent the Internet from serving as a tool for “colorrevolution” in the way that online media and communication tools empowered activists inUkraine and Lebanon. Thus in 2005 the Chinese government updated its regulations control-ling online news and information, and aggressively leaned on organizations hosting onlinechatrooms and blogs to stop the spread of online discussions about recent local governmentcrackdowns against farmer protests in the Chinese countryside.
China is determined to not have the internet serve as a tool that helps bring about another color revolution, like in Ukraine and Lebanon.
In the past they've leaned aggressive on organizations hosting discussions about government crackdowns.
- Oct 2019
Differential Effects of Capital-Enhancing and Recreational Internet Use on Citizens’ Demand for Democracy
- Oct 2017
I dint know Ukraine still had this material until 2012
- Apr 2015
There are several other important considerations related to LEB. First, there is a risk of capture of legislation by the domestic industry. Once an inefficient industry comes to rely on LEB for survival, the Ukrainian parliament might find it difficult to rescind the ban in the future. Second, LEB and other similar measures underscore that the Ukrainian parliament finds it acceptable to intervene in functioning of the markets based on empirically dubious rationale. The parliament substitutes the market by deciding how resources should be allocated. In doing so, the parliament teaches the businesses and the industry that they should compete through lobbying in the parliament, financial and informational, rather than through innovation and efficiency improvement in the market place.