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Author: Simona Guerra

, Romania, and Slovenia in 1992, general perceptions at the domestic level reflected the idea that the process of democratization was also moving the country ‘towards in the right direction’ (about 43% in Poland, 53% in Czechoslovakia). Later, with Maastricht (1992), and the opening of the Single Market, it

In: Euroscepticisms
Author: Hans Vollaard

democratized, with parliament, parties, civil society, and voters being more involved than before. 15 As a consequence, a government might take different positions on European integration in the past and in the present, but if its composition has changed over time, the present position may still be

In: Euroscepticisms
Author: MARK KONECNY

latest trends in art and literature. The rapid expansion (and by extension, democratization) of theater prompted a debate on the nature of theater in Russian society: was theater to continue to be "high" culture or would it become the province of the masses? Many arti- cles and lectures dealt with this

In: Experiment

, independent of their content, i.e., the element, as it were, of craft in art. This unconventional method of museum organization has been dictated to the Department by the burning desire of our age to democratize generally every aspect of life. This method, opening the doors, as it does, to the artist's studio

In: Experiment
Author: Helena Goscilo

who collected folk artifacts, reappraised the traditions underlying them, and built creatively upon their key features. Such quasi-democratizing work was carried out with the aid of the local zemstva [self-governing councils], private philanthropists, and estate owners, who financed studios and

In: Experiment

democratization. 42 In these developments, which ultimately resulted in the ‘rise of the West’ as a global power, the Protestant countries in North-western Europe took the lead, and were followed by the Roman-catholic South and later still by the Eastern Orthodox East. Although it is unlikely that religious

In: A History of Population Health

was the one who really created counterpoint in movement, which is something that Cyril Beaumont actually says. Nijinsky, I think, democratized the space and gave us the idea of the whole corps having the responsibility of soloists. That is fundamentally what Merce Cunningham developed also. I had a

In: Experiment

Russes as stylized reinterpretations that had come to dominate ballet at the time. The demystification and democratization of dance by laying bare the device of how a dancer interacts with the accompanist allowed Bolm to ponder how dance and the new technologies of the machine age would interact. Bolm

In: Experiment
Author: Lorin Johnson

considered to be high culture, resulting in an audience population that cut across distinctions of gender, class and ethnicity. 9 Thus, through its accessibility, the founders of the Bowl served their philosophical mission of democratizing the arts and lifting up the “virtues of the masses” through social

In: Experiment

also discusses another remarkable feature of population health in Southern Europe: socioeconomic inequalities in mortality are smaller than elsewhere in Europe. 48 See Mackenbach et al., “Democratization” and Chapter 3. 49 See Misha Glenny, The Balkans, 1804–1999 (New York etc.: Viking Penguin, 2000

In: A History of Population Health