Publications - Book Chapters

93 publication(s) found.

Book Chapter

  1. A. Kulanic, Socio-Political Position of Religion in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Law, Society and Politics, 1st ed., Sarajevo: International University of Sarajevo, 2016.
  2. S. Plojovic, Busatlic, S., and Knezovic, E., Agribusiness and its Potential in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in Bosina and Herzegovina: Law, Society and Politics, Sarajevo: International University of Sarajevo, 2016, pp. 137-166.
  3. N. Obralic, Cross-Linguistic Transfer of L1 to L2: Evidence from Turkish/Bosnian and English, in EDUCATION, CULTURE AND IDENTITY: New Trends and Challenges in Today’s Europe, Sarajevo: International University of Sarajevo, 2016.
  4. M. Ganić, Is the Economy of Bosnia and Herzegovina Ready to Enter the "Brussels Era"?, in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Law, Society and Politics , International University of Sarajevo ., Sarajevo : International University of Sarajevo , 2016.
  5. M. Mulalic, Higher Education in Bosnia and Herzegovina: A Path Towards Economic Development, in Yucel Ogurlu and Ahmed Kulanic (Eds.) Bosnia and Herzegovina: Law, Society and Politics. , Sarajevo: IUS, 2016, pp. 180-195.
  6. L. Dizdarevic, Uloga kulturnog turizma u razvoju destinacije; slučaj Bosne i Hercegovine , in Strateški aspekti upravljanja turističkom destinacijom , Sarajevo/ Koper : Ekonomski fakultet u Sarajevu/ Založba Univerze na Primorskom, 2015.
  7. A. Smajovic, "Make your" / "Make it Yours!", in guide for high school, 2015th ed., Sarajevo: For Foundation of Cultural Heritage without Borders , 2015.
  8. A. Jeftic, How Bosnian and Turkish Students Acquire English Language: Negative Transfer in Foreign Language Learning, in The Practice of Foreign Language Teaching. Theories and Applications, Cambridge Scholars Publishing , 2015, pp. 10-21.
  9. J. Kaminski, “Comparing the Goals and Aspirations of Contemporary National-Based Islamist Movements vs. Contemporary Transnational-Based Islamist Movements”, in Caliphates and Global Islamic Politics, 1st Editionst ed., Bristrol, UK: E-International Relations Publications, 2015, pp. 39-52.
  10. R. Roychowdhury, Taoutaou, A., and Ragab Abdel-Gawwad, M., Molecular Marker-Assisted Technologies for Crop Improvement., in Crop Improvement in the Era of Climate Change, 1st ed., Delhi: I.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2014.
  11. A. Smajovic, The Heritage Aspects and Efforts to Preserve the Authenticity and Tradition of Bosnian Traditional Art, in Features, Characteristics and Cultural and Economic Contribution of Arts and Handicrafts, vol. 350, pages 113-120 vol., Istanbul : Ircica, 2014.
  12. A. Jeftic, The origins of Language: From Cultural Transmission to Inductive Biases, in Multicultural Language Education. From Research into Practice, Cambridge Scholars , 2014, pp. 18-26.
  13. T. Boz, Intercultural Interaction between Bosnian and Turkish Students, in Islam in Southeast Europe Past Reflections and Future Prospects, Brunei: University of Brunei Darussalam, UBD Press., 2014.
  14. P. Plenta and Misik, M., Volebne programy politickych stran vo volbach do NR SR 2012, in Politicka Participacia na Slovensku v kontexte parlamentnych volieb 2012, Bratislava: Comenius University, 2014.
  15. B. Mavric, Turkish Educational Institutions in the Balkans, in Turkish and the Balkans Cooperation: Fostering Knowledge, Growth and Prosperity through Education in Turkish-Balkans Relations: The Future Prospects of Cultural, Political and Economic Transformations and Relations., vol. 1, Istambul: TASAM PUBLICATION, Balkan Series: ISTANBUL, ISBN: 978-605-4881-02-4, 2014.
  16. M. Ali, Citizenship education in Macedonia, in Citizenship education and Islam, 2014.
  17. The Ottoman Education in the Balkans in the Light of Icazetnames, in Balkanlarda Osmanlı Şehirleri [Ottoman Cities in the Balkans], 2014.
  18. M. Boşnak, Aşkın Halleri, in 1. Sırat-ı Aşk ed. Eda Bilek , 1st ed., vol. 1, 1 vol., 2014, pp. 89-91.
  19. J. Kaminski, ‘I am the God of My Own Tribe:’ Weinstein and Islam, in Michael A. Weinstein: Action, Contemplation, Vitality., D. Rubenstein and Oprisko, R. New York: Routledge , 2014, pp. 148-166.
  20. M. Mulalic, Socio-Cultural Dimension of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in Mesut Idriz and Osman Bakar (Eds.) Islam in Southeast Europe: Past Reflections and Future Prospects., Brunei: UBD Press, 2014, pp. pp. 55-67.
  21. M. Mulalic and Karic, M., The Western Balkans Geopolitics and Russian Energy Politics, in Mehmet Bulut (Ed.) Resilkroad, Istanbul: IZU and ADAM, 2014, pp. pp. 203-219.
  22. A. Kulanic, Sufi Orders in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam and Politics , Oxford University Press, 2013.
  23. A. Kulanic, Islamic Schools in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam and Politics , Oxford University Press, 2013.
  24. A. Jeftic and Draganovic, V., Type of Language and Learning Abilities, in Applying Intercultural Linguistic Competence to Foreign Language Teaching and Learning, Sarajevo: IBU Publications, 2013.
  25. A. Jeftic, Type of Language and Learning Abilities, in Applying Intercultural Linguistic Competence to Foreign Language Teaching and Learning, V. Draganovic Sarajevo: IBU Publications, 2013, pp. 119-127.
  26. E. Jahić, "Ottoman architectural heritage in the Balkans", in Mulalic, M, Korkut, H, Nuroglu, E, (Eds). Turkish-Balkans Relations, Istanbul: Tasam Publications, 2013.
  27. Jihād vis-à-vis War: A Historical and Conceptual Analysis, in Prof. Dr. Mehmet İpşirli Armağanı [Essays in Honor of Prof. Dr. Mehmet İpşirli], 2013.
  28. Towards the Balkan Encyclopedia of Islam, in Türk Tarihinde Balkanlar , 2013.
  29. Ottoman Judicial Records as the Major Source for the Ottoman History in the Balkans, in Turkish-Balkans Relations: The Future Prospects of Cultural, Political and Economic Transformations and Relations, 2013.
  30. A. Aburas Abdurazzag and M., I., Challenges in Engineering Curriculum, Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller, 2013.
  31. N. Oruc, Analysis of poverty and inequality in Bosnia-Herzegovina, in “Remittances and Development in the Western Balkans: The Cases of Macedonia, Kosovo and Bosnia-Herzegovina”, 2013.
  32. Lejla Panjeta, The Changing Telenovela Genre: Turkish Series Impact, in Turkish - Balkans Relations: The Future Prospects of Cultural, Political and Economic Transformations and Relations, Istanbul: TASAM, 2013.