Author Archives: Martin Noorkõiv

The impact of Facebook (groups) on political discussions

Our former student Martin Noorkõiv writes about his research which focused on analysing the political discussions in closed groups on Facebook. Continue reading

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Are We Worth Saving?

Is Estonia worth protecting? What is the student’s role in it? Read the thought-provoking speech that Martin Noorkõiv, the head of the University of Tartu Student Council, gave at the opening ceremony of the new school year. Continue reading

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The Estonian Atheist Experiment

Martin A. Noorkõiv, the CEO of Domus Dorpatensis Foundation and a student of economics at the University of Tartu, suggests that the Estonian atheistic experiment might give a hint about the human spiritual needs and show the way for the rest of the world. Continue reading

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