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Antologías (2018)

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4th International Conference on Human Security (2018)

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018

1.
Problems Of Human Security In the Context of Hybrid Aggression
Konstantin N. Lobanov, Boris N. Selin
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 11–16

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.1
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A Historical Overview of the Relation Between Technological Development and the Ability to Manage Perception During Armed Conflicts
Nenad Putnik
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 17–24

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.2
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How Human Security Could be a Beneficiary of Information and Communications Technology
Ivica Lj. Đorđević, Ozren Džigurski
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 25–37

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.3
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Non-Lethal Weapons in Domestic Law Enforcement: Some Legal and Ethical Aspects
Adelina Tumbarska
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 39–45

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.4
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Open Data and Available Research on Depleted Uranium Weapons – Reasons for Controversy (Yugoslavia 1999 - Case Study)
Nada Sekulić
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 47–57

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.5
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6.
Mass Surveillance Through Retained Metadata: An Overview
Bojan Perkov, Danilo Krivokapić, Andrej Petrovski
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 59–65

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.6
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Interception of Encrypted Telecommunication and the So-Called Online Search of IT Systems for the Purpose of Criminal Prosecution
Jan Dirk Roggenkamp
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 67–74

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.7
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Impact Analysis of the Application of the GDPR Regulation on the Functioning of the Information and Communication System of the MOI of the Republic of Serbia
Milan Gligorijević, Radosav Popović, Aleksandar Maksimović
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 75–81

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.8
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9.
International Intelligence Sharing: Key Preconditions for an Effective Oversight
Luka Glušac
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 83–88

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.9
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10.
Technologies and Development in View of Tax Criminal Offences
Tomáš Strémy, Natália Hangáčová
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 89–96

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.10
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11.
Juveniles Inside the Terrorist Groups
Božidar Banović, Višnja Ranđelović
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 97–106

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.11
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12.
Personalised Security: A Step Towards Applied Human Security
Savvas E. Chrysoulidis, Phaedon Kyriakidis
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 107–116

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.12
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13.
Permission to Kill?
The Disregard of the Legal Regulations on the Use of Firearms by the (Berlin) Police and the Illegal Police Shooting Training
Oesten Baller
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 117–125

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.13
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14.
Local Governments’ Engagement in Integrating Emergency and ICT Policymaking
Venelin Terziev, Vesela Radović, Ekaterina Arabska
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 127–132

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.14
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Flood Risk Reduction as a Criterion for Validating Technological Innovation Strategies with Respect to Human Security
Zoran Keković, Jelena Dinić
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 133–140

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.15
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16.
Increase in Climate Change and its Impact on the Vulnerability of Social Communities
Miloš Tomić, Sandra Tošić
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 141–148

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.16
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17.
Evacuation Calculation and Modeling: The Need for Improving Human Lives Safety in Case of Fire
Mirjana Laban, Slobodan Šupić, Suzana Draganić, Sanja Milanko
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 149–158

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.17
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18.
Contemporary CBRN (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear) Threats and Adequate Response – Real Situation Training
Boris Rajčić, Gvozden Tasić, Vladimir Karić, Bojan Radak, Dubravka Milovanović
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 159–165

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.18
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19.
Social Media as an Emergency Management Tool in the Context of Human Security
Nevena Šekarić, Filip Stojanović
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 167–174

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.19
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20.
The Role of Media in Violence Prevention
Aleksandra Ilić
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 175–181

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.20
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21.
Usage of Modern Wireless Technologies for Children’s Presence and Location Analytics at Educational Institutions - Technical, Security and Law Dilemmas
Milenko Markov, Nenad Putnik, Mladen Milošević
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 183–189

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.21
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22.
The Propaganda of the Right-Wing Extremism on the Internet
Marija Đorić
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 191–195

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.22
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23.
Adopting the Islamic State’s Internet Propaganda Method: The Case of Boko Haram
Tanja Milošević
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 197–201

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.23
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24.
Sociocultural Component in Pattern of Cross-European Migrant Integration Policies
Fatima Ramazanova
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 203–207

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.24
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25.
Disaster Risk Reduction - Gender Aspects
Zorica Mršević, Svetlana Janković
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 209–216

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.25
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26.
Impact of the Gender Digital Divide on Security and Women’s Human Rights
Ksenija Đurić-Atanasievski, Brankica Potkonjak-Lukić
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 217–224

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.26
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27.
The Local Perception of Urban Safety in Open Public Spaces as a Parameter for Tourist Attractiveness in the Historic Core of Smederevo, Serbia
Aleksandra Đukić, Milica Ristović, Branislav Antonić
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 225–239

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.27
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28.
Smart City ICT Solutions for Enhancing Human Security
Ana Paraušić
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 241–247

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.28
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29.
Human Security – Defining and Applying the Concept
Emil Sloth Pedersen
4th International Conference on Human Security, 2018, p. 249–263

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_ic4hs.2018.29
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