Journal of Community Positive Practices

Articles from Vol. 16, No. 2, 2016

Coordinates of Rural Development in 20 Villages in the Southern Part of County Arges 1
Theoretical framework and objectivesThe Romanian rural area presents multiple particularities, constituted on the dimension of the socio-economic coordinates of the localities. The diversity registered at the level of the localities allows for debating...
Family's Socio-Economic Situation in the Romanian Room as Compared with Other Countries of the European Union
Introduction to the topic and research methodologyThe rate of marriages, the evolution of divorce, birth rates, and mortality are part of the key-indicators by which the direction and development of more or less vulnerable young couples can be estimated....
Nongovernment Sector Fighting Cancer in Romania
IntroductionAs part of civil society, nonprofit organizations can have a remarkable influence on the population's health status and on the health issues in general (Hawe and Shiell, 2000; Olafsdottir, Bakhtiari and Barman, 2014; Anheier, 2009). The NGOs...
Quality of Working Life, Job Quality and Work-Life Balance in Romania. Measurements and Policy Recommendations for Improving Working Conditions
IntroductionQuality of working life is a rather ambiguous concept because it entails a sum of multiple dimensions with regard to objective conditions, as well as the subjective positioning towards working conditions (satisfaction indicators or the perceived...
Repositioning Renewable Energy for Rural Electrification in a Fossil Fuel-Rich Economy
1.IntroductionVery few countries can boast of an abundant supply of both renewable and nonrenewable energy sources. Nigeria is one of such countries - a nation "endowed with abundant energy resources, both conventional and renewable, which provide her...
The Importance of Training and Education for New Zealand Entrepreneurs to Be Successful: Some Empirical Evidence
IntroductionEntrepreneurship dates back many thousands of years and the complexities of wielding an effective workforce require training at all levels. History has proven that training is an essential part of creating a cohesive and effective workforce....
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