ISSN: 2066–7329
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Transdisciplinarity and Communicative Action in Multidimensional Education. Editorial

Otilia CLIPA

Abstract
The main objective of this editorial is the underlying of the transdisciplinary approach and the specific ways of putting into practice the interdisciplinary and communicative action in education. Read the rest of this entry »

Managerial Competences in the Field of University Curriculum for Virtual Learning Communities

Claudiu Marian BUNAIASU
Stefan VLADUTESCU
Alexandru Constantin STRUNGA

Abstract
Virtual communities are learning environments that facilitate effective learning, in attractive and flexible ways, facilitated by information and communication technologies. If in traditional instruction, teacher training is focused on developing scientific and didactic skills, in the digital curriculum the emphasis is on managerial skills of facilitating learning and networking within virtual communities. Read the rest of this entry »

Psychological Implications of Cancer Treatment in Pregnancy

Emilia OPRISAN
Mirela ZIVARI

Abstract
This article involves some theoretical aspects of a very difficult topic. Emergence and treatment of cancer in pregnancy is a challenging task for specialists who are supposed to offer treatment, care and support therapy. Read the rest of this entry »

Like Parent, Like Child? Considerations on Intergenerational Transmission of Alcoholism

Alexandru-George COTETI
Andreea-Irina ION
Simona-Irina DAMIAN
Marius NEAGU
Beatrice-Gabriela IOAN

Abstract
Alcoholism is an important socio-economical problem in contemporary society given that it could result in loss of human lives, increased medical care costs, loss of workforce and increased criminality. Read the rest of this entry »

Romanticism v/s Antagonism: Battle of Minds, A Case of Beijing Pollution

Faheem Gul GILAL
Rehman Gul GILAL
Rukhsana Gul GILAL

Abstract
This study aims to investigate and identify the underlying dimensions of students’ perception towards the Beijing pollution, particularly to identify the future intensions of students towards staying in Beijing and to identify the level of satisfaction and dissatisfaction among students. Read the rest of this entry »

Using Video Conferences for ESP Postgraduate Students: An Example of Distance Learning at the University of Tlemcen/ Algeria

Abdelkader BENSAFA

Abstract
Information Communication Technologies (ICT) is becoming part of our everyday life, and this fact is indisputable. It is gaining more and more ground in the worlds of business, administration and education. Read the rest of this entry »

Instability of Finance in Local Government Case of Albania

Fatbardha KADIU

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The aim of the paper is to analyse the instability of revenues in local government of Albania. Also it would identify the modes of revenues distribution and the possible implications of tax system structural changes. Read the rest of this entry »

Developing ECEC in Romania: between Perceptions and Social Realities

Aniela MATEI

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One of the key policies that aims to enable parents to achieve a better work–life balance is to increase childcare support. But for many families childcare is no longer a simplistic choice between care provided by a family member (usually the mother) and non-family care (Janta, 2014). Read the rest of this entry »

Aspects Regarding the Improving of Fitness and Health Issues by Cycling

Catalin Octavian MANESCU

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This article is trying to explain all the benefits cycling has over fitness and specific health issues, the importance of a training plan, of a balanced diet and a good hydration during a training period of time and, also, presents the results of some studies regarding the importance of ride biking, generally, and exercising, particularly. Read the rest of this entry »