Unique Master Citizen Number Unique Master Citizen Number (Bosnian: Jedinstveni matični broj građana, JMBG, Serbo-Croatian: Jedinstveni matični broj građana, JMBG, Macedonian: Единствен матичен број на граѓанинот, ЕМБГ, Slovene: Enotna matična številka občana, EMŠO) was a unique identification number that was assigned to every citizen of former Yugoslav republics of the SFR Yugoslavia. Today it continues to be used in all of the countries that were created after the dissolution of Yugoslavia except Croatia – Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia. Only Croatia has since started switching to a different scheme. History The JMBG was introduced on January 8, 1977 and applied to all citizens born before then and alive at the time.
Studies on National Movements Welcome to Studies on National Movements (SNM). This international online journal is devoted to the comparative historiography of national and regional movements and the theory formation of nationalism. Studies on National Movements is published by NISE, the platform for scholars as well as research and heritage institutes. The journal is edited by the NISE Coordination Centre, and peer reviewed by an international advisory board.
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Top Start Up Business Plan Ideas Start Up Business Plan Points What business will you be in? What will you do? List all of your major products or services Your Mission Statement: It's a good idea to create a brief mission statement, usually in 30 words or fewer, explaining your business mission and guiding principles. Goals and Objectives: Goals are destinations-where you want your business to be. The Dictionary of Imaginary Places The Dictionary of Imaginary Places (1980, 1987, 1999) is a book written by Alberto Manguel and Gianni Guadalupi. It takes the form of a catalogue of fantasy lands, islands, cities, and other locations from world literature—"a Baedecker or traveller's guide...a nineteenth-century gazetteer" for mental travelling. The book To remain of manageable size, the Dictionary excludes places that are off the planet Earth (eliminating many science fiction locales), as well as "heavens and hells and places of the future," and literary pseudonyms for existing places, like the Yoknapatawpha County of William Faulkner or the Barsetshire of Anthony Trollope and Angela Thirkell.
Guest blogger: I teach 'The Simpsons' to college students Note: Whitney is on vacation until July 12. Pop Candy readers are contributing to the blog while she's away. By Denise Du Vernay As graduate students at Florida State University, Karma Waltonen and I became best friends, united by our love of The Simpsons, "Weird Al" Yankovic and teaching. Eventually these mutual affections became a book, The Simpsons in the Classroom: Embiggening the Learning Experience with the Wisdom of Springfield, which we wrote over two years via e-mail and phone calls between Davis, Calif., and Milwaukee. People hear about various Simpsons-themed classes taught at a variety of universities, but many people can't envision how to effectively use The Simpsons (or any object of contemporary pop culture) to teach the course requirements.
International Journal of Communication The International Journal of Communication is an online, multi-media, academic journal that adheres to the highest standards of peer review and engages established and emerging scholars from anywhere in the world. The International Journal of Communication is an interdisciplinary journal that, while centered in communication, is open and welcoming to contributions from the many disciplines and approaches that meet at the crossroads that is communication study. We encourage readers to REGISTER now. International Journal of Communication is proud to be indexed on the following indexing sources: Thomson Reuters Social Sciences indexing to include SSCI, SCI, ISI — EBSCOhost (EBSCO) — Elsevier — Genamics Journal Seek (GJS) — Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) — Google Scholar — International Association for Media & Communication Research (IAMCR) — IGT Knowledge Center — Scholarly Exchange — Univerciencia. Vol 8 (2014)
The Simpsons Archive: "The Simpsons: An Imperfect Ideal Family" The Simpsons: By Eliezer Van Allen While my family disagrees about which television programs to watch on any given night, we all religiously congregate on Sunday nights to watch The Simpsons. We sit lined up on the couch, personifying the term "couch potato," our daily lives suspended to observe the antics of an animated family. My dad laughs at Homer Simpson's idiocy; my mom commiserates with Marge's troubles; my sisters criticize Bart and praise Lisa, while I do the complete opposite by cheering Bart and not caring about Lisa.