Hamid Mutapcic, Esad Oruc - APPLICATOIN OF THE PRINCIPLE OF TRUST IN THE LAND REGIS- TRY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE DISPOSITION OF MARITAL ASSETS
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Ervina Halilovic - KOTAR SHARIA COURT TUZLA 1899 - 1929
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Dzevad Burgic, Minela Omerovic, Dina Kamber - APPLICATION OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING IN EARLY MATHE- MATICS TEACHING – TEACHERS’ ATTITUDE
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Sevala Tulumovic, Branka Eskirovic, Izeta Husic-Djuzic - PROBLEMS WRITING FROM DICTATION FOR BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED STUDENTS
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Hasan Mahmutovic, Sead Talovic, Safet Kurtovic - IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF THE COMPANY: THE CASE OF COMPANIES FROM BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
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Hasan Mahmutovic - ECONOMY AND PARA-FISCAL LEVIES IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
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Leila Begic, Branka Babic - INFLUENCE OF LENGTH OF SENTENCES ON THE FREQUEN- CY OF SPEECH DISFLUENCIES IN CHILDREN WHO STUTTER
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Dzenana Radzo Alibegovic, Hurma Begic - MOTORIC SPEED AND MANUAL DEXTERITY OF CHILDERN WITH IMPAIRED VISION
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Senad Mehmedinovic - FUNDAMENTALS OF APPLICATION FACTOR ANALYSIS IN EDUCATION AND REHABILITATION
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Lejla Muratovic - LEARNING STRATEGIES IN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS - DIFFERENCES WITH RESPECT TO AGE AND TYPE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL
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Kresimir Bosnjak, Tunjo Peric - GAME THEORY IN THE ANALYSIS OF MONETARY AND FISCAL POLICY ON THE EXAMPLE OF REPUBLIC OF CROATIA
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Admira Beha - SUCCESS OF PROFESSIONAL ORIENTATION OF DEAF PEOPLE ACCORDING TO CHOSEN OCCUPATION AND EMPLOYMENT
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The system of para-fiscal levies implies different types of benefits or compensation and payment of citizens and com- panies for the use of goods or services of state administration which are para-fiscal sources of income of the state. The main characteristics of para-fiscal levies are: they do not originate from all tax payers, but only from members of certain social groups that are linked to some common economic or social interests; they are not part of the budget funds and not regulate them fiscal authorities; they have the character of destined public revenues, as they regularly represent a dedi- cated revenue whit which a specific task of economic or social character would be solved; they represent a secondary tax levy, which means that they exist along with the country’s tax levy, to draw funds from the same economic resources and to have almost the same economic effects, as well as the collection of taxes; they shall be paid on the basis of laws and decisions or decision of the competent authorities (general obligation) or by contract (a specific levy, ie. an individual obligation); they shall be paid in the event of use of property of general interest and / or services of state administration; they represent giving of money, which is always direct, ie. giving cash on the basis of the decision and with the issuance of a receipt of payment (receipt from a box office or bank). Para-fiscal levies should be understood as fees that economic operators and citizens pay for the use of certain goods or services. These are not taxes and they do not serve to fill the budget. However, in Bosnia and Herzegovina the biggest part of para-fiscal levies is used as a parallel budget revenue, as revenue for the operation of the costly administrative apparatus. A large number of studies on para-fiscal levies in Bosnia and Herzegovina showed that they have a negative impact on economic growth and development. Basically para-fiscal levies, for business entities at higher levels of government, can be grouped into 25 fee and tax groups, and in 9 groups of special fees and membership fees (federal administrative fees, federal court fees, water fees, road fees, forest fees, environmental fees, fees for protection against natural and other disasters).
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This paper presents a comparative overview of selected professions of deaf people and people with no hearing impair- ments within their professional orientation and occupations carried out in their workplace. The research was conducted on a sample of 238 respondents. For the evaluation of the results, descriptive analysis was used. The results showed that deaf people in 36.6% of cases are not employed in the occupation for which they have acquired professional qualifica- tions, compared to 14.5% percent of respondents with no hearing impairments. The results indicate that it is necessary to reorganize the inefficient process of professional orientation of the deaf people, which should contribute to establish- ing an efficient system of employment in professions for which they are oriented.
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The paper explored the interaction of monetary and fiscal policy through game theory. In the first part of the paper it isin short presented theoretical basis of fiscal and monetary policy, and then explained the theoretical part of game theory also in short. After theoretical part, the analysis was conducted based on the collected data and then the results of the paper are presented. A function of payments for monetary and fiscal policy have been created on the basis of data infla- tion, unemployment rate, total liquidity and the rate of government spending in the Republic of Croatia. Multiple linear regression, which is processed using software solutions Eviews, derived parameters for independent variables. In this way, holders of monetary and fiscal policy can decide on quantities of independent variables, and based on that, deter- mine their strategy. The obtained result, based on the functions of payments for monetary and fiscal policy, generated the matrix of payments. Solving the matrix of payments resulted with non-dominated solutions. For solving the problem, PROMETHEE method has been applied. Analysing the game by using the PROMETHEE method, it generated optimal solutions in terms of assumption when a greater impact on the economy, in this case on the inflation and unemployment, has the fiscal policy and in terms of assumption when a greater impact on the economy has monetary policy. As the op- timal results we obtained only two strategies although the game has been repeated in many stages.
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The aim of this study was to determine the level of development of learning strategies in high school students with re- spect to the age of students and type of high school they attend. We tried to answer the question of whether the years spent in school educate students to strategic approach to learning. The study sample consisted of students of the first and third grade students from three high schools in Tuzla, which are: Gymnasium "Mesa Selimović”, Secondary Commercial School and students of apprenticeships from the Mixed Secondary Technical School, a total of 731 students. Instruments used in this research are Scaler Learning Strategies (SUS) from 2009, by Nenad Suzić. The results showed that 85% of students while learning do not to use any strategy, and that first-grade students had a significantly higher level of development of learning strategies in relation to students of the third grade. This data is not encouraging and tells us that schools put little work into educating students to strategic approach to learning. The study found that answers of students with regard to the type of high school differ significantly on the general score of the SUS-scaler and all its sub- tests. Based on the arithmetic mean heights, it was found that students of apprenticeships achieved significantly lower values on the general score of the SUS-scaler compared to students of Gymnasium and Secondary Commercial School.
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Factor analysis is one of multivariate data processing methods, which studies the causal relationships of phenomena, that is, the cause of integration. In the introductory part of the paper, the basic definitions and interpretations regarding the factor analysis and the terms of multivariate methods, and some examples have been given in defining the manifest and latent, as explorative and confirmative examples. The justification for the application of factor analysis is elabo- rated in the main part of the paper with reference to the various authors who have dealt with this issue. Also, the paper presents the procedures of factor analysis, and presents tables and graphs showing the results necessary for interpreta- tion. Given that for special education and rehabilitation a biopsychosocial approach is fundamental, factor analysis can be a powerful tool when studying interconnections of different phenomena. Its proper application by educators- rehabilitators, who act to this problem, may help in understanding the causes of connections of phenomena, and as such it helps in the development of a treatment for the prevention, education and rehabilitation of persons with disabilities.
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The aim of this study was to estimate the motoric speed and manual dexterity of children with visual impairments. The research is covered by a sample size of 35 participants with visual impairment, with ages between 7 and 15 years, of which 19 participants with visual impairment were male and 16 participants with impaired vision were female. The study was conducted in 17 primary schools in the municipality of Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The results showed that the motoric speed and manual dexterity of children with visual impairment is evenly developed on the right and left hand, and also on both hands together and that there is a relationship between the motoric speed and manual dexterity of the right and left hand and both hands together.
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The main purpose of this study was to investigate whether the length of sentences has influence on the frequency of speech disfluencies for children who stutter. The participants included 30 children who stutter 19 male participants and 13 female participants, whose age ranged between 4 years and 8 months to 6 years and 11 months (56 to 83 months of age). Research was conducted in kindergartens and primary schools in Tuzla Canton in Bosnia and Herzegovina2. The test consisted of 36 sentences. In relation to the length, sentences were divided into three groups: in the first group there were 9 sentences which included 3 to 5 words, in the second group, there were 14 sentences which included 6 to 8 words and in the third group there were 13 sentences which included 9 to 11 words. Testing was conducted so that the examiner was pronouncing one sentence after which the participant repeated the same sentence. Each participant was requested to repeat exactly what he/she had heard. Speech and language pathologist has recorded all speech disfluencies in all sentences. The results showed that the sentences containing 9 to 11 words had most effects on the overall dynamics of speech disfluencies in children who stutter. The results suggest that during the process of assessment and diagnosis of children who stutter, it should be required to assess the child's ability to use complex linguistic statements and to assess the frequency of disfluencies in relation to the complexity of the sentences. Precision diagnostics would provide guide- lines for the treatment of stuttering in terms of implementation of approaches and strategies which include language treatment and gradually increasing the length and complexity of statements of children who stutter during speech.
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The discourse of globalization and its effects have been the most current topic in the field of economics in recent times. However, empirical research on the impact of globalization on companies, especially in transition countries, is very scarce. This paper focuses on the study of the impact of globalization on the performance of companies in Bosnia and Herzegovina by analyzing their interrelationships. The findings, in the case of companies in Bosnia and Herzegovina, have confirmed earlier findings about the double impact of globalization by showing, on the one hand, its positive effects and, on the other hand, the negative effects on the performance of the companies. Additionally, the research results have shown that negative effects are felt more strongly in the case of small and medium-sized companies than in the case of large companies.
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Aim of this research was to get insight into mistakes that occur while blind and visually impaired students, and students with no visual disabilities, when writing by dictation. Respondents sample was consisted of three groups of students: blind (N = 51), visually impaired (N = 42) and students with no visual disabilities (N = 123). Respondents sample in- cluded students from first to fourth grade of elementary schools in Tuzla Canton as well as blind and visually impaired students from boarding schools and students from first to fifth grade in centers for blind and visually impaired children and youth, as well as population of blind and visually impaired students from first to fourth grade that are integrated into regular elementary schools in Tuzla Canton in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Obtained results have shown that in variable groups for errors estimate in variables for writing by diction of words consisting of uppercase and lowercase letters, where blind and visually impaired students mostly made mistakes in form of inability to write dictated words, grammati- cal errors, errors in letters and syllables: relocation, leaving out, adding, separating words and concatenating them. Level of literal development is very important for preventive acting as well as timely rehabilitation. Keywords: Visually impaired students, Students with no visual disabilities, writing by dictation.
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Cooperative learning is a modern teaching strategy in which team work and cooperation become the most important activities of the entire teaching process. The quality of interaction between students and teacher, as main participants in teaching process, is important for successful application of cooperative learning. Beside faster and longer lasting knowledge acquiring, cooperative learning develops critical and creative thinking, communication and social skills and it strengthens self-confidence. Modern methods of teaching mathematics focus on didactical principle of conscious activity above other principles. This means students are major, active factors of mathematics teaching, and not only they participate in the process of teaching, but they also participate in the selection of methods of teaching. This enhances their motivation for work during classes. This means, what is learned through cooperative learning is better used in new situations, knowledge transfer is greater and new knowledge is acquired easier and lasts longer. Specific and abstract contents of mathematics lead to different ways of applying cooperative learning in this subject. That is why we chose this subject, i.e. to explore and point out the possibilities and ways of applying cooperative learning in mathematics.
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The main topic of this work is related to the Sharia marriage law. The work has been divided into three parts, the or- ganisation of the Sharia courts and application of the Sharia law, the procedure of joining two people in marriage and ending a marriage. The subject of the research concerns the time period during the Austro Hungarian Monarchy and the Kingdom of Yugoslavia when the Sharia law was implemented to regulate the private law relations amongst Muslims. Taking into consideration that Islam was one of the accepted religions during this period, the religious rules are sepa- rated from the state rules and according to that the Sharia courts have continued their existence, which were established on the grounds of Bosnia and Herzegovina during the Ottoman Empire. According to the norms of the Sharia law the Sharia courts were resolving the private law relations amongst Muslims. With the aim to present a full review on this topic various court decisions have been researched in the Archives of the Tuzla Canton and which are related to the Kotar Sharia court Tuzla 1899 – 1944
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By entering into effect of the new Entity laws on the land registry, a new definition of the principle of trust is introduced, a definition that aims at the protection of the rights that have been acquired on the basis of incorrect or incomplete land registry status. However, the question arises of whether the third conscientious person will have any protection regard- ing the acquisition of property rights on real estate that is a part of marital assets, when such real estate is recorded in the land registry only belonging to one marital partner. In the legal theory and jurisprudence the issue of validity of the legal relation regarding the sale and the burdening of such real estate by the registered right holder has been raised. Bearing in mind the fact that in our legal system the principle of causal tradition is applied, coming to the correct posi- tion on this legal issue is very significant. Further scientific research in this area is of particular importance due to the ongoing process of the reform of land registry law, whose purpose is the reaffirmation of the land registry and the crea- tion of legal presumptions for a faster and simpler legal disposition of real estate.
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