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REVISTA UNIVERSITARA DE SOCIOLOGIE NO. 2/2020

FULL VERSION 
 PP.
ON BEING A FAMILY CAREGIVER. DISRUPTION IN ALL ASPECTS OF LIFE
Maryse GAIMARD (France)  
10-25
AWARENESS, PERCEPTION AND ATTITUDE OF MAJOR TRIBES IN NIGERIA TOWARDS COVID-19: A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY OF SELECTED COMMUNITIES
AJAYI Olumide Abraham (Nigeria),
AKOSILE Mary Oluwayemisi (Nigeria),
AJAYI-OLUAJAYI Grace Olabisi (Nigeria)
26-33
CONFLICTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS AFFECTING CATTLE GRAZING AND THEIR MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES IN NONI SUB-DIVISION, CAMEROON
SHEY Dominic NFORYA (Cameroon)
34-51
 INTELLIGENT AGRICULTURE AND CLIMATE WARMING IN NORTHERN AND FAR NORTHERN REGIONS CAMEROON: UNCERTAINTY, RESILIENCE AND FORWARD-LOOKING
Alain Thomas ETAMANE MAHOP (Cameroon)
52-61
CHILDREN’S RIGHTS TO MOTHER-TONGUE EDUCATION. A SMALL CASE QUALITATIVE STUDY IN CHERNIVTSI
Alina BĂRBUȚĂ (Romania),
Mihai-Bogdan IOVU (Romania)
62-71
ONLINE AND OFFLINE ACTIVISM. LITERATURE REVIEW
Veronica DUMITRAȘCU (Romania)
72-78
DISCRIMINATION OF THE ROMA POPULATION IN ROMANIA
Claudiu COMAN (Romania),
Cătălin ANDRONECHESCU (Romania)  
79-89
WHERE TO DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION? MAPPING NEW TECHNOLOGICAL TERRITORIES IN RECREATIONAL SPORTS MANAGEMENT
Oana-Mara STAN (Romania)  
90-104    
SOCIAL WORK CAREER COUNSELING AND THE POROFESSIONAL INTEGRATION OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
Maria-Alina BREAZ (Romania)  
105-114
THE GUSTI SCHOOL, A PRESSING ISSUE OF TODAY. FROM THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE SCHOOL TO THE MATURING OF GREATER ROMANIA AND THEN ON TO OUR ALMOST-HELPLESS CIRCUMSTANCES OF TODAY
Radu BALTASIU (Romania)  
115-120
LIVING IN A SMART WORLD. A STUDY OVER EMPLOYEES` PERCEPTIONS ON THE USAGE OF INTELLIGENT DEVICES
Livia Dana POGAN (Romania),
Radu-Ioan POPA (Romania)  
121-129
PARENTAL STYLES AND MODELS AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN ADOLESCENCE
Claudia SĂLCEANU (Romania)  
130-142
THE BEGINNING OF URBANIZATION IN DOUALA (1884-1914)
Bissomo OTTOU (Cameroon)  
143-151
PREVENTING AND COMBATING SCHOOL DROPOUT
Elena STANCU (Romania),
Lavinia Elisabeta POPP (Romania)  
152-163
AGE AND USAGE OF TECHNOLOGY. A STRCUTURAL EQUATION MODEL BASED ON THE THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOR
Simona-Nicoleta VULPE (Romania),
Corina ILINCA (Romania)
164-174
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN POLICE. QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF PUBLIC PERCEPTION
Florența–Larisa SIMION (Romania)  
175-183
THE RELIGION OF SOVEREIGNITY, PROGRESS, UTOPIA AND EMANCIPATION
Mihai UNGHEANU (Romania)  
184-199
THE ROLE AND THE FUNCTION OF THE NAME IN DEFINING THE PERSONAL IDENTITY AND SOCIAL IDENTITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL CONVERGENCES IN MODERN RESEARCH
Florina DUMITRAȘCU (Romania)  
200-211
AFRICAN LITERATURE  AND THE DELIMMA OF A CORRECT LANGUAGE
Fadhila HAMEL (Algeria),
Ghouti HADJOUI (Algeria)  
212-220
CAMEROONIAN OFFICIALS AND THE ISSUE OF RETIREMENT AFTER INDEPENDENCE FROM 1974 TO 2012
Ambroise MBATSOGO NKOLO (Cameroon)  
221-232
THE PHENOMENON OF RADICALIZATION. CONCEPTUAL NUANCES AND SOCIOLOGICAL CONTEXTUALIZATION
Nicoleta AFLOROAEI (Romania)  
233-241
SUCCESSFUL BRANDS IN ROMANIA. CASE STUDY: KANDIA CHOCOLATE
Claudiu COMAN (Romania),
Ioan CURECHERIU (Romania)  
242-252
SHORT HISTORY OF THE IMPLICATIONS OF GENDARMES IN THE FIELD OF SOCIAL WORK
Valentin IOAN (Romania)  
253-258
CHARISMA: A REASSESSMENT OF MAX WEBER`S THEORY
Cristiana BUDAC (Romania)  
259-265
WAYS TO STIMULATE SELF-EDUCATION IN ADOLESCENCE, IN THE CONTEXT OF A SOCIETY BASED ON LIFELONG LEARNING
Florentina MOGONEA (Romania),
Florentin Remus MOGONEA (Romania)  
266-278
ROMA BEGGING, A WAY TO EARN A LIVING IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
Sînziana PREDA (Romania)
279-286  
PROMOTING ACTIVE AGEING IN ROMANIA. FROM SOCIAL POLICIES TO LABOUR MARKET REGULATIONS
Gabriela MOTOI (Romania)  
287-295
THE ROLE OF THE SOCIAL-PHILANTHROPIC ACTIVITY OF THE ROMANIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH AND THEIR PRESENTATION IN THE ROMANIAN MEDIA
George-Cosmin BUTURĂ (Romania)  
296-305
THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE EFFECTS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF FUTURE ADULTS
Oana Lavinia FILIP (Romania),
Lavinia Elisabeta POPP (Romania), 
Felicia ANDRIONI (Romania)  
306-312
SCHOOL MANAGEMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF CHANGE
Alexandrina Mihaela POPESCU (Romania),
Mihaela Aurelia ȘTEFAN (Romania)  
313-321
THE SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING OF PREADOLESCENTS WORLDWIDE AND IN ROMANIA IN DATA AND STUDIES
Sara-Debora TOPCIU (Romania)  
322-330
ANALYSIS OF THE CONSUMER DECISIONAL SYSTEM USING A SOFTWARE APPLICATION
Adrian Nicolae CAZACU (Romania)  
331-342
THE DIVERSIFICATION OF ACTIVITIES IN DAY CARE CENTERS FOR CHILDREN, THROUGH COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
Alina Maria BREAZ (Romania)  
343-352
THEATER-THERAPEUTIC METHOD OF DEVELOPING SOCIAL SKILLS TO INMATES
Magdalena BUTURĂ (Romania)  
353-362
OPPORTUNITIES AND BARRIERS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SOCIAL ECONOMY IN ROMANIA. OPINIONS AND ATTITUDES OF SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS
Vlad Ovidiu CIOACĂ (Romania)  
363-376
SOCIOMUSICOLOGY AND THE IMPORTANCE OF MUSIC EDUCATION IN SOCIETY
Marta Cristina SANDU (Romania)
377-385  
THE INFLUENCE OF CULTURAL FACTORS IN THE ELABORATION OF SOCIAL POLICIES FOR THE ELDERLY
Alexandru Liviu CERCEL (Romania)  
386-393
THE HOMELESSNESS PHENOMENON IN THE CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY
Maria CONSTANTINESCU (Romania),
Ionela Maria BRAȘOVEANU (ION) (Romania)  
393-401
THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM IN ROMANIA UNDER THE CIRCUMSTANCES THE SPREAD OF SARS – COV-2 CORONAVIRUS. PSYCHO-PEDAGOGICAL ASSISTANCE, COUNSELING AND ADVISING THE STUDENTS’ CAREER
Ovidiu Florin TODERICI (Romania)  
402-409
BOOK REVIEW: Cioacă, Vlad Ovidiu. 2019. Viața cotidiană în România comunistă. Craiova: Beladi&Sitech 
Ștefan BUZĂRNESCU (Romania),
Liliana ILIE (Romania)  
410-412
SCIENTIFIC EVENT: SOCIOLOGY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CRAIOVA. 25 YEARS (1995-2020)413-416

REVISTA UNIVERSITARA DE SOCIOLOGIE NO.2/2019

FULL VERSION
  PP.
FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION AND GIRL-CHILD DILEMMA: THE NIGERIA EXPERIENCE
Joseph Adesoji OLUYEMI (University of Ilorin, Nigeria); Joseph
Adijaat ADEJOKE (University of Medical Sciences, Ondo, Nigeria);
Deborah ADEKEYE (University of Ilorin, Nigeria)
10-19
RECIVED: MAY 21 2019
ACCEPTED: JUNE 27 2019
 
THE SOCIAL ECONOMY IN ROMANIA: OPPORTUNITIES, VULNERABILITIES AND ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS
Dumitru OTOVESCU (University of Craiova, Romania);
George CALOTĂ (University ,,Athenaeum”, Bucharest, Romania);
Vlad Ovidiu CIOACĂ (University of Craiova, Romania)
20-40
RECIVED: AUGUST 3 2019
ACCEPTED: SEPTEMBER 17 2019
 
SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL PATTERNS OF POLARIZATION AND POPULATION DECLINE IN ROMANIA’S DEMOGRAPHY: 1992-2018
Giorgian GUȚOIU (”Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu, Romania)
41-58
RECIVED: APRIL 29 2019
ACCEPTED: JUNE 2 2019
 
DIACRONY AND SYNCHRONY OF THE EDUCATION OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS (SEN)
Maria CONSTANTINESCU (University of Craiova, Romania);
Corina TONITA University of Craiova, Romania)
59-69
RECIVED: JUNE 20 2019
ACCEPTED: AUGUST 3 2019
 
TIME WORK FOR ORGANIC WINE CONSUMERS IN ROMANIA. FROM CELEBRATORY TO CUSTOMARY
Oana Maria STAN (University of Bucharest, Romania)
70-84
RECIVED: AUGUST 29 2019
ACCEPTED: SEPTEMBER 26 2019
 
THE SINGLE PARENT FAMILY: FROM MARGINALIZATION TO NORMALCY AND ACCEPTANCE
Oana Lavinia FILIP (University ”Eftimie Murgu” of Reșiţa, Romania);
Lavinia Elisabeta POPP (University ”Eftimie Murgu” of Reșiţa, Romania);
Felicia ANDRIONI (University of Petroşani, Romania)
85-91
RECIVED: MAY 16 2019
ACCEPTED: JUNE 29 2019
 
LEGAL CONDITIONS NEEDED FOR ENGAGING THE DISCIPLINARY RESPONSIBILITY OF THE TEACHING STAFF
Adrian NICOLESCU University of Craiova (Romania)
92-100
RECIVED: APRIL 2 2019
ACCEPTED: MAY 26 2019
 
SELF-ESTEEM AND DEPRESSIVE TENDENCIES AS RISK FACTORS IN SUBSTANCE CONSUMPTION IN YOUTH
Claudia SĂLCEANU (Ovidius University of Constanța, Romania)
101-109    
RECIVED: AUGUST 18 2019
ACCEPTED: SEPTEMBER 28 2019
 
AGING AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN ELDERLY PEOPLE
Maria CONSTANTINESCU (University of Craiova, Romania);
Alexandru Liviu CERCEL (University of Craiova, Romania)
110-121
RECIVED: MAY 19 2019
ACCEPTED: JUNE 27 2019
 
SHORT CONSIDERATIONS ON MANIFESTATIONS OF AUTONOMY OF WILL: CONTRACTUAL NEGOCTIATION AND IMPREVISION
Andreea Mariana SIMA (Institute of Legal Research ”Acad. Andrei Rădulescu”, Bucharest, Romania)
      122-128
RECIVED: JULY 4 2019
ACCEPTED: AUGUST 30 2019
 
ADVANCED UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT – DETERMINANT FACTOR IN QUALITY ASSURANCE IN EDUCATION
Roxana PLEȘA (University of Petroșani, Romania)
129-139
RECIVED: AUGUST 14 2019
ACCEPTED: SEPTEMBER 21 2019
 
NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL IN THE VALORIZATION OF HUMAN RESOURCES: DILEMAS AND PERSPECTIVES
Liliana Gabriela ILIE (“Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University, Iași, Romania)
140-147      
RECIVED: MAY 16 2019
ACCEPTED: JUNE 28 2019
 
THE EFFECTS OF THE ”REFUGEE CRISIS” IN THE EUROPEAN UNION AND IN ROMANIA
Cristina ILIE GOGA (University of Craiova, Romania)
148-160
RECIVED: JULY 15 2019
ACCEPTED: AUGUST 30 2019
 
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: A DETERMINING FACTOR IN THE SOCIO-EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN
Oana Lavinia FILIP (University ”Eftimie Murgu” of Reșiţa, Romania);
Lavinia Elisabeta POPP (University ”Eftimie Murgu” of Reșiţa, Romania);
Felicia ANDRIONI (University of Petroşani, Romania)
161-167
RECIVED: AUGUST 14 2019
ACCEPTED: SEPTEMBER 18 2019
 
FAMILY AND RELIGION: TWO FORMS OF ROMANIAN SOCIAL CAPITAL IN ROMANIA
Cristian NICULA (University of Craiova, Romania)
168-185
RECIVED: JULY 2 2019
ACCEPTED: AUGUST 18 2019
 
LAND:  A DETERMINING FACTOR FOR THE VILLAGE AS A HUMAN SETTLEMENT
Maria CRĂCIUN (University of Craiova, Romania)
186-193
RECIVED: APRIL 27 2019
ACCEPTED: JUNE 12 2019
 
THE ROLE OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Adriana JIDOVU (University of Craiova, Romania)
194-203
RECIVED: AUGUST 4 2019
ACCEPTED: SEPTEMBER 28 2019
 
DEMOGRAPHIC CRISIS AND DEPOPULATION IN RURAL AREAS
Vasile GOGONEA (University of Craiova, Romania)
204-210
RECIVED: MAY 12 2019
ACCEPTED: JULY 2 2019
 
BOOK REVIEW: Laurent Tessier. Éduquer au Numérique? Un changement De paradigme, Paris: Éditions Mkf, 2019, 180p.
Gabriela MOTOI (University of Craiova, Romania)
211-214
RECIVED: AUGUST 12 2019
ACCEPTED: SEPTEMBER 14 2019
 
BOOK REVIEW:  Schiop, Adrian. 2018 [2017]. Şmecherie și lume rea: Universul social al manelelor [Trickery And Perverted World. The Social Universe Of Manele]. Kishinev: Cartier Anthropologic.
Andreea-Cătălina PANAITE (University of Montreal, Canada)
215-219
RECIVED: MAY 17 2019
ACCEPTED: JULY 4 2019

REVISTA UNIVERSITARA DE SOCIOLOGIE HORS SERIE 2019 (1)

FULL VERSION
1. Le numérique: enjeux de changements dans la formation continue des enseignants
Lucile BONCOMPAIN (Université de Bordeaux, France)
9-24
RECIVED: AUGUST 13 2019
ACCEPTED: SEPTEMBER 20 2019
2. Etat et défis de l’éducation civique dans les pays d’Europe. Etude de cas: Bulgarie
Margarita Mavrodieva KALEYNSKA (Université de Veliko Tarnovo «Saints Cyrille et Méthode», Bulgarie)
25-37
RECIVED: JUNE 11 2019
ACCEPTED: AUGUST 26 2019
3. Adaptation du système scolaire d’éducation en territoires plurilingues : l’instance académique Française face à la situation des enfants allophones scolarisés à l’école primaire
Michel DISPAGNE (Université de Guyane, Guyane Française)
38-49
RECIVED: MAY 28 2019
ACCEPTED: JULY 13 2019
4. Quelle politique pour permettre aux élèves en difficulté de mieux réussir: Le dédoublement des classes ou les enseignants surnuméraires?
Bernard HUGONNIER (Institut Catholique de Paris, France)
50-60
RECIVED: AUGUST 12 2019
ACCEPTED: SEPTEMBER 28 2019
5. L’inclusion des jeunes filles roms dans le système scolaire roumain, enquête de terrain à Craiova
Emilie BRAULT, Victor GABARRUS, Lisa MOUREAUD, Faustine ROUILLON (Université Paris-Est Créteil, France)
61-78
RECIVED: JUNE 15 2019
ACCEPTED: SEPTEMBER 8 2019
6. Évaluation basée sur les compétences. La Roumanie dans le contexte européen
Gabriela NEAGU (Institut de Recherche sur la Qualité de Vie, Académie Roumaine, Roumaine)
79-95
RECIVED: JUNE 15 2019
ACCEPTED: SEPTEMBER 8 2019
7. La manifestation des inégalités sociales dans le système éducatif en Roumanie
Sebastian ȚOC (Institut de Recherche sur la Qualité de Vie, Académie Roumaine, Roumaine)
96-108
RECIVED: AUGUST 27 2019
ACCEPTED: SEPTEMBER 23 2019
8. Dynamique de la participation à l’enseignement tertiaire en Roumanie. Réalités et perspectives en contexte européen
Andreea Mihaela NIȚĂ, Mihaela Cristina PÂRVU (Université de Craiova, Roumanie)
109-120
RECIVED: JULY 13 2019
ACCEPTED: SEPTEMBER 3 2019
9. Le phénomène de l’intimidation à l’école. Perspectives victimologiques et criminologiques
Carmen PALAGHIA (Université „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”  de Iași, Roumaine)
121-134
RECIVED: MAY 21 2019
ACCEPTED: JULY 14 2019
10. La culture digest: une chance d’innovation éducative ou un simple défi
Liliana Gabriela ILIE (Université „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”  de Iași, Roumaine)
135-141
RECIVED: AUGUST 14 2019
ACCEPTED: SEPTEMBER 20 2019
11. Systèmes d’information des citoyens et ressources éducationnelles dans l’Union Européenne: analyse du nouveau cadre Europass dans la vision de la Décision (UE) 2018/646
Anca Parmena OLIMID, Daniel Alin OLIMID (Universite de Craiova, Roumanie)
142-151
RECIVED: JULY 22 2019
ACCEPTED: AUGUST 29 2019
12. Analyse comparative des systèmes de formation initiale et continue des enseignants de deux pays : la Roumanie et la France
Alexandrina Mihaela POPESCU (Universite de Craiova, Roumanie)
152-159
RECIVED: AUGUST 3 2019
ACCEPTED: SEPTEMBER 26 2019
13. L’éducation en Roumanie pendant le communisme: principes, pratiques et excédents de la période de transition
Vlad Ovidiu CIOACĂ (Universite de Craiova, Roumanie)
160-167  
RECIVED: JULY 3 2019
ACCEPTED: AUGUST 10 2019
14. Conséquences du divorce des parents sur les enfants. Possibilités de soutien dans l’environnement éducationnel
Mihaela Cristina PÂRVU (Universite de Craiova, Roumanie)
168-177
RECIVED: AUGUST 4 2019
ACCEPTED: SEPTEMBER 20 2019