Journal of Community Positive Practices

Articles from Vol. 15, No. 2, 2015

Association and Cooperation in Romanian Rural Areas - the Leader Experience 1
The development of the Romanian rural areas is one of the priorities of the postrevolutionary government, but progress is far from this goal due to the fewer opportunities existing in Romanian villages and the low capacities of the administration and...
Biocultural Landmarks Mediating the Acculturation Process in Romanian Context 1
IntroductionThe subject of this research requires an integrative approach that puts together biopsycho-cultural aspects, with there being little existing research literature in this endeavour. Different fields of study have a tendency to be fragmented,...
Education for a High Quality of Life
In a rapidly changing society people face new adaptive problems which require them to develop new capabilities for action. For this reason, the 21st century creates new requirements for education. We need an education for change as the new social context...
Perceptions of a Sample of Physicians from Bucharest upon Romanian Health Policy 1
IntroductionThe medical system in Romania has gone through some changes over the last 25 years, but it has not improved the quality of services at the level expected by public and by medical personnel, taking as reference the European average performance....
Subjective Well-Being in European Countries 1
IntroductionQuality of life is a top issue in European social policy agenda. Quality of life is an important source of comparative information on living conditions and opportunities for Europeans, as well as how they assess their own life. Quality of...
Sweet as Honey: A Content Analysis of How Beekeeping Is Reflected in Romanian Mass Media 1
IntroductionThe changes which occurred after 1989 in Romania brought about major changes in all domains of social life. Under the impulse of changing the property regime, of the extension of the right to free circulation, of association, of institutional...
The Quality of Life of the Elderly in Romania 1
Quality of life can be defined by all the elements relating to the physical, economic, social, cultural, political, health, etc. situation in which people live, the content and nature of the activities they carry out, the characteristics of the relationships...
The Socio-Economic Foundations of Romanian Nationalism, in the View of Antoine Roger - a Critical Appraisal -
One can argue that from a certain stand point, the advent of communism has had a "cryogenic" effect on Romanian historiography: the romantic outlook of XIXth century's nationalist authors had established certain topoi (Dacian-Roman origins, cultural...
Urban Sprawl and Demographic Dynamics in Suceava Metropolitan Area 1
1. IntroductionAt this moment, cities are the main places for growth, both economically and demographically and this growth has major spatial implications almost all the policies that govern a country, a region or a city has a territorial effect. This...
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