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2014

Authors of the book. In: Heroes and celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe 5. pp. 227-231. (2014)

Baraniecka-Olszewska Kamila: The third twin: a post-mortem image of the Polish president Lech Kaczyński : on the performative power of mourning. In: Heroes and celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe 5. pp. 137-52. (2014)

Barna Gábor: Why a scholar is regarded as a saint in the 20th century? : the case of Sándor Bálint. In: Heroes and celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe 5. pp. 130-136. (2014)

Duvnjak Neven: Marko Perković Thompson : national hero or Croatia’s troublemaker? In: Heroes and celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe 5. pp. 186-198. (2014)

Gergova Lina: Enlightenment leaders day : subjects and objects. In: Heroes and celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe 5. pp. 46-54. (2014)

Golozubov Alexandr: Hero and anti-hero in the consumer society and the totalitarian states : philosophical-anthropological analysis. In: Heroes and celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe 5. pp. 18-32. (2014)

Hauge Kjetil Rå: Named or unnamed, but not unsung : Bulgarian national heroes. In: Heroes and celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe 5. pp. 55-62. (2014)

Ivanovic Alexandar: From the stands onto the frontline : the story of how hooligans became heroes. In: Heroes and celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe 5. pp. 88-104. (2014)

Krekovicova Eva: The image of the highwayman Juraj Jánošík : Slovak national hero or bandit? In: Heroes and celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe 5. pp. 63-74. (2014)

Kósa István and Hubbes László Attila and Zsigmond Csilla Dalma: A postmodern hero in Hungarian social media : Ambrus Attila, the "Hungarian Robin Hood" : a comparative analysis of the "IWIW" profiles of the "Whisky robber". In: Heroes and celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe 5. pp. 75-87. (2014)

Landgraf Ildikó: Lajos Kossuth in Hungarian folk narratives. In: Heroes and celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe 5. pp. 33-45. (2014)

Máté-Tóth András: Heroes of the faith in the Hungarian underground church. In: Heroes and celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe 5. pp. 122-129. (2014)

Podjed Dan: Slovenian bubble celebrities : establishing and maintaining celebrity status on the Internet. In: Heroes and celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe 5. pp. 207-226. (2014)

Povedák István: From heroes to celebrities : problems of definition and potential solutions. In: Heroes and celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe 5. pp. 7-17. (2014)

Povedák István: One from us, one for us : Viktor Orbán in vernacular culture. In: Heroes and celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe 5. pp. 153-171. (2014)

Rolandi Francesca: Between West and East : the case study of Đorđe Marjanović - the rising cult of celebrities in Yugoslav music system. In: Heroes and celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe 5. pp. 172-185. (2014)

Stefanova Ana: The phenomenon of the Metal Mayor. In: Heroes and celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe 5. pp. 199-206. (2014)

Vivod Maria: Heroes of the Serbian nation : how flamboyant nationalism influenced the rise of socially marginal individuals. In: Heroes and celebrities in Central and Eastern Europe 5. pp. 105-121. (2014)

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