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dc.contributor.editorTabur, Lauri, peatoimetaja
dc.contributor.editorTalmar-Pere, Annika, tegevtoimetaja
dc.contributor.editorLoik, Ramon, tegevtoimetaja
dc.contributor.otherJaani-Vihalemm, Ketlin, kaasautor
dc.contributor.otherMänd, Mari-Liis, kaasautor
dc.contributor.otherJärvet, Shvea, kaasautor
dc.contributor.otherPaimre, Marianne, kaasautor
dc.contributor.otherSaar, Indrek, kaasautor
dc.contributor.otherDobryninas, Aleksandras, kaasautor
dc.contributor.otherMichailovitč, Ilona, kaasautor
dc.date.accessioned2016-06-29T12:41:38Z
dc.date.available2016-06-29T12:41:38Z
dc.date.issued2013
dc.identifier.isbn978-9985-67-228-0 (print)
dc.identifier.isbn978-9985-67-229-7 (pdf)
dc.identifier.issn1736-8901 (print)
dc.identifier.issn2236-6006 (online)
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/123456789/130
dc.descriptionSmall State Performance in the EU Decision Making Process: Case of the IT-Agency Establishment to Estonia / Ketlin Jaani-Vihalem, Ramon Loik ; The Relationships of the Willingness for the Defence of Estonia Among Upper Secondary School Students with the Subject ‘National Defence’ Taught at School / Mari-Liis Mänd, Shvea Järvet ; Changes in Framing Drug Issues by the Estonian Print Press in the Last Two Decades / Marianne Paimre ; Will Efficient Punishment Please Step Forth! / Indrek Saar ; Confidence and Trust in Criminal Justice Institutions: Lithuanian Case / Aleksandras Dobryninas, Anna Drakšienė, Vladas Gaidys, Eglė Vileikienė, Laima Žilinskienė ; Issues of the Victimisation Experience and Fear of Crime in Lithuania in the Context of Restorative Justice / Ilona Michailovičet_EE
dc.description.abstractThis renewed issue of the Proceedings is opened by a positive case study about the process of bringing the IT-Agency of the EU to Estonia, made in cooperation by Ketlin Jaani-Vihalem and Ramon Loik. The process of bringing the IT-Agency to Estonia also involved several disputes on the location of the Agency, which were carried out on several levels. The second article in the Proceedings is written by Mari-Liis Mänd and Shvea Järvet, who concentrated on secondary school students’ willingness to defend one’s country and its connection with the national defence subject taught at school. In the third article of the Proceedings Marianne Paimre discusses Estonian local media channels’ reflections from 1993 to 2009 on the topics related to narcotics. The author aims to map the tonality of the reflections in different periods and the connection between the tonality and the spreading of narcomania in the society. Different approaches to penal policy cover the biggest part of the present Proceedings. With the help of a model developed by Gary S. Becker, Indrek Saar, a docent of the Estonian Academy of Security Sciences, opens the topic of the effectiveness of criminal punishment. The second article dedicated to penal policy is written by a group of authors lead by Lithuanian scientist Aleksandras Dobryninas. The group has examined the topic of legal protection and the trust for the penal system in Lithuania.The last collaboration of the Proceedings finishes the discussion on the topics concerning penal policies. In her article Ilona Michailovič analyses the results of a survey focusing on studying the connections between restorative justice and victimisation.et_EE
dc.language.isoenet_EE
dc.publisherTallinn : Sisekaitseakadeemia, 2013et_EE
dc.relation.ispartofseriesProceedings : Estonian Academy of Security Sciences;12
dc.subjectsisejulgeoleket_EE
dc.subjectturvalisuspoliitikaet_EE
dc.titleProceedings Estonian Academy of Security Sciences, 12 : Connecting Securityet_EE
dc.typeBooket_EE


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