Semiotic representation of Minsk in Viktor Martinovich’s novel “Mova”
... else’s (language, space) comes to the fore, which corresponds to the socio-cultural context of Belarusian literature. The centre and the periphery are structured according to different cultural models: the centre is organized according to the dual model, and the periphery according to the ternary one.
Bagushevіch, F., 1967.
[Works]. Mіnsk (in Bel.).
Foucault, M., 2006.
Intellektualy i vlast’
[Intellectuals and power], Vol. 3. Moscow (in Russ.).
Lotman, Yu. M. and Uspenskii B....
Local government reforms in Estonia: institutional context, intentions and outcomes
... after the 1993 reform. It is concluded that the local elites retaining their old value patterns will downplay the effect of the 2017 reform.
Gribanova, G. I., Sootla, G., Kersten, K.
local government, reforms, dual model, fuse model, central-local relations, autonomy, balance, institutional theory