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Call For Papers
International Conference Logos, Universality, Mentality, Education, Novelty 2013
The main theme: Current paradigms in social sciences
10-13 April 2013
Iasi, Romania

Dear colleagues,

We are honored to invite you to the third edition of Lumen International Conference Logos Universality Mentality Education Novelty (LUMEN 2013) which will take place between 10-13 of April 2013 in Iasi, Romania.

The experience of previous editions developed successfully provides us with the confidence that the international scientific manifestation with multidisciplinary character whose general objective is to promote scientific excellence, to be held soon, will be of major interest to the scientific public.

Lumen International Conference Logos Universality Mentality Education Novelty (LUMEN 2013) is organized by Lumen Research Center in Humanistic and Social Sciences, Lumen Publishing House and Lumen UK, in partnership with Higher Education Research and Consulting Company – SUA; The Institute of Encyclopedia Studies of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova; Romanian Academy, Iasi branch – A. D. Xenopol Institute; Faculty of Law and the Legal Research Center within “Petre Andrei” University from Iasi; Faculty of Philosophy and Social and Political Sciences within “Al. I. Cuza” University from Iasi; Faculty of Law within “Mihail Koganiceanu” University from Iasi.

The scope of the Conference includes all the areas/topics of social sciences, encouraging a broad spectrum of contribution. Articles of interdisciplinary nature are particularly welcome. Topics include, but are certainly not limited to the following:

 

  • Social work profession
  • Social work practice – participation and sustainability
  • Social work response to migration
  • Social work counseling
  • Strengths based social work
  • Social work and appreciative inquiry
  • Supervision of social practices
  • Professional ethics and social sciences
  • Ethics in social work practice
  • Human development
  • Social work and human rights
  • Phenomenological approach of the social
  • Identity, image and social cohesion
  • Deviance and social control
  • Elderly social work
  • Social entrepreneurship
  • Social inclusion of people with disabilities
  • Social marketing
  • Probation practices in contemporary world
  • Collective behavior and social movements
  • Corporative social responsibility
  • Social security and public health
  • Sociology of marriage and family
  • Sociology of minorities
  • Sociology of population and migration
  • Sociology of religion
  • Sustainable social development
  • Political sociology and law issues

 

  • Qualitative and quantitative research methods
  • Social sciences epistemology
  • Social semiotic
  • Political behavior and organization
  • Political philosophy
  • Social political movements
  • European studies
  • Social media
  • Media ethics
  • Organizational communication
  • Language, reading and communication
  • Business ethics
  • Business communication
  • Business performance management
  • Communications management
  • Information technology management
  • Management of human resources
  • Marketing research
  • Strengths based management
  • Stress management
  • Supply change management
  • Migration of human resources
  • Social philosophy
  • Bioethics
  • Ethics
  • Anthropology
  • Ethnic relations, human rights and collective good
  • Gender and human rights
  • Human rights and social equality
  • International social development and education
  • Problem solving and decision making
  • Counseling
  • Psychology of culture
  • Environmental philosophy
  • Social psychology

 

Publication of papers, accepted after the peer review process, will be done:

  • In an international publishing House in partnership with Lumen Research Center:

- Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences. All papers published in Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences are also indexed by Scopus and Science Direct and submitted to Thomson Reuters Conference Proceedings Citation Index-Science (ISI Web of Science) for evaluation for inclusion in the list.

  • In scientific journals in partnership with the conference:

- Postmodern Openings;

- Romanian Journal for Multidimensional Education;

- Journal of Legal Studies.

For any additional information, please visit our website: http://conferinta.info/?page_id=1793  or contact us at prlumen2@gmail.com.

We are waiting for you in Iasi, to the third edition of LUMEN Conference 2013!

Best regards,

Associate Professor PhD Antonio Sandu

Director of Lumen Research Center

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Program LUMEN 2013

PROGRAM – 10th – 13th of April 2013 – LUMEN 2013
Location: “Petre Andrei”University of Iasi,
Room I: Room Aula Magna, 6th floor
Room II: Room 8.3, 8th floor
Address: Street Grigore Ghica 13, Iasi, Romania.
1st Day (Wednesday) – 10th of April 2013
Opening Ceremony (12:00- 12:10)
Plenary Session I- Room I – Aula Magna, Petre Andrei University (12:10- 14:30)
Moderator: Lucian DIRDALA
Keynotes:
  • Sana LOUE – Social Work, Advocacy, and Ethics: Opportunities and Challenges in Romania  (USA)
  •  Arthur Philip DAVIES – Innovative Learning Within and Beyond the Organization (United Kingdom)
  • Adrian IVAN, Claudia IOV- Minorities Issue At The End Of The 20th Century And The Beginning Of The 21th Century: Study Case : The Hungarian Minority From Romania  (Romania)
  • Elena SAMOYLOVA – The Semiotic Of Archetypes And Imagies In The Folklore Of Ands Region (Russian Federation)
  • Yury SHAEV- Virtual Reality: The Effects And Phenomenon Of Sign (Russian Federation)
  • Traian STANCIULESCU – THE SYNERGY OF SIGNS. (Un)conventional strategies for overcoming the “connection energy” crisis (Romania)
  • Emiliya TAYSINA – Social Semiotics: Unaccomplished Project (Russian Federation)- virtual presentation
Registration Desk (10:00 – 14:00)
Parallel Oral Session – Room I – Aula Magna, “Petre Andrei” University,  Romanian/English  (14:30 – 16:30)
Session: Education and Social Development
Moderator: George Florian MACARIE
Participants:
  1. Diana Elena ARHIRE – New paths in Romanian and Spanish juvenile delinquency (Romania)
  2. Alina ANGHEL, Camelia VOICU- Coaching and mentoring in bachelor?s degree programs for social workers and teachers (Romania)
  3. Maura Gabriela FELEA, Petre, CRIVOI, Mihaela COVRIG – Educational Outcomes in Rehabilitations of Elderly with Diabetes Mellitus (Romania)
  4. ?tefan COJOCARU, Lucian SFETCU – Partnerships in Social Economy (Romania)
  5. Marius Costel ESI – Performance And Excellence In Defining, Asserting And Concretizing The Mission Of Business Organization (Romania)
  6. George Florian MACARIE, Camelia DORU,  Ana Voichita TEBEANU, Ovidiu GAVRILOVICI – Sense of coherence in long-term adversity conditions  – Where does it help? (Romania)
  7. Ciprian – Ionel TURTUREAN, Ciprian CHIRILA, Viorica CHIRILA – Sex discrimination within the Romanian labour market – myth or reality? (Romania)
  8. Romulus VANCEA, Raluca ZOLTAN, Marius Costel ESI – The Potential Dimension Value in Business Management (Romania)
Parallel Oral Session – Room  2-Room 8.3, Petre Andrei University English Only Session (14:30 – 16:30)
Session: Varia
Moderator: Lucian DIRDALA
Participants:
  1. Ömer Faruk ALTUNÇ, Emrah TALA?, Celil AYDIN – The Relationship between Optimal Size of Government and Economic Growth:Empirical Evidence fromTurkey, Romania and Bulgaria (Turkey)
  2. Sevtap ÜNAL, Hatice AYDIN – An Investigation On The Evaluation Of The Factors Affecting Brand Love (Turkey)
  3. Maria Elvira  De CAROLI,  Elisabetta SAGONE – Self-efficacy and prosocial tendencies in Italian adolescents (Italy)
  4. Elisabetta SAGONE, Maria Elvira  De CAROLI – Relationships between resilience, self-efficacy, and thinking styles in Italian middle adolescents (Italy)
  5. Arthur DAVIES – Innovative Learning Within and Beyond the Organization (United Kingdom)
Open Space-Poster Session I – (16:30- 17:00) – Alternative of presentation- Saturday – 13 of April
  1. Adriana Ioana PIRVU – Ignoring the legal logic precepts in case of natural immovable accession (Romania)
  2. Marius Costel ESI – The Role And The Importance Of Didactic Discourse In The Educational Reality (Romania)
  3. Adriana TIRON TUDOR – Balancing the public and the private interest – a dilemma of accounting profession (Romania)
  4. Alina Stefania GORGHIU – Civil society perceptions of criminal mediation (Romania)
  5. Antonio SANDU,  Ana CARAS – The Levels of Doctor-Patient Relationship- analysis from the Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral development (Romania)
  6. Beatrice ABALASEI – The Importance Of Formal Education In The Training Of Athletes (Romania)
  7. Bianca-Liliana TANASESCU – The “Me” factor (Romania)
  8. Georgiana ALEXANDRESCU-FIERARU (GHICIUC) – Incivility online. An exploratory textual analysis of French, British and Romanian political blogs (Romania)
  9. Ileana ANASTASE (BADULESCU) – Company operation in the conditions of globalization (Romania)
  10. Lorena Stuparu – Identity: a substantial reality or a convention? (Romania)
  11. Mirela AMARIEI – The Role of Social Practices in Buying Decisions (Romania)
  12. Ana CARAS, Antonio SANDU – Ethical Evaluation of Social Services and the Need for Ethics Committees (Romania)
  13. Laurentiu ICHIM – Centre and Periphery in Romanian Contemporary Literary Prose (Romania)
  14. Elena UNGURU – Impact of palliative home careon quality of life interminally ill patients (Romania)
  15. Oana Elena LENTA, Florin TARNAUCEANU, Cristina CORMO? – Violence And Incoherence Of Parental Model In Education  – Potential Risk Factor In Distorsion Of Child Image On Reality (Romania)
Open Space Virtual Session I – (16:30- 17:00)
  1. Alexandra ARDELEAN – Auditors’ ethics and their impact on public trust (Romania)
  2. Alexandra CORLACIU, Adriana TIRON TUDOR – Business Models For Tax And Transfer Pricing Purposes (Romania)
  3. Alireza HOMAYOUNI – Mathematics anxiety and learning mathematics: Comparison between male and female students in distance education university(Iran)
  4. Ana VIZJAK, Maja VIZJAK – Global Integration Processes And Their Impact On Croatian  Economy (Croatia)
  5. Ana-Belén SÁNCHEZ, Juan-José Mena MARCOS, He GUANLIN – Teacher development and ICT: The effectiveness of a training program for in-service school teachers (China, Spain)
  6. Ana-Belén SÁNCHEZ, Juan-José Mena MARCOS, He GUANLIN – Teacher development and ICT: The effectiveness of a training program for in-service school teachers
  7. Ana-Maria PELIN, Costinela GEORGESCU, Victorita STEFANESCU – Nutritional programmes and obesity in mass schools and special schools for children with neuropsychomotor deficiencies (Romania)
  8. Ancuta Gianina OPREA – The applicability of the Polish model in the context of the initiation of Romania’s regionalization process – between paradigm and controversy(Romania)
  9. Anda Nicoleta ONETIU,  Andreea – Monica PREDONU – Economic And Social Efficiency Of Tourism (Romania)
10.Anda Nicoleta ONETIU, Andreea – Monica PREDONU – Effects Of Tourism On Labor Market(Romania)
11.    Andreea UZLAU – Viewpoints on the admissibility of the complaint against acts and measures of criminal investigation addressed to the Court. The compatibility of the rules in the current and the new Code of criminal procedure with the right of access to justice(Romania)
12. Anuradha SHARMA – Phenomenological approach of the social field(India)
13. Awicha BENABDALLAH- Strands in Teaching Business English: Change and Innovation (Algeria)
14.Babak HOSSEINZADEH – Studying of the effect of using computer software to improve the language skills of deaf students (Iran)
15. Bilgehan GÜLTEKIN-EGE,  Tuba GÜLTEKIN – Public Relations and Artistic Events for Peace Diplomacy education (Turkey)
16.Carmen ALEXANDRACHE- Baroque spirit in Romanian learning system. Educational alternatives for contemporaries (Romania)
17. Catalina BRINDUSOIU – Recruitment and selection in services organizations in Romania (Romania)
18.Ciprian – Ionel TURTUREAN, Ciprian CHIRILA, Viorica CHIRILA – Sex discrimination within the Romanian labour market – myth or reality? (Romania)
19.Constantin HALANGESCU, Ion POHOATA – Paradigms and conceptual metamorphoses in relation Homo Oeconomicus vs. Homo Academicus (Romania)
  1. Corina CACE, Victor NICOLAESCU – International Social Development And Education (Romania)
21. Corina CACE, Daniela NICOLAESCU – Promotion of the Good Practices in the Social Economy (Romania)
  1. Cristian Alin LUPU- Amnesty or pardon for clemency institutions in the historical evolution of the world. (Romania)
  2. Dan TOP- Considerations About Video Surveillance By Employers (Romania)
  3. Dana BADULESCU – Reading Salman Rushdie’s Memoir (Romania)
  4. Daniela SPINU (DUMITRU)- The new soviet city and the role of cultural work in identity construction of migrant workers  (Case study: Victoria City, Romania)
  5. Dante A. GUERRERO,  Gerson LA ROSA – Scientific domain analysis of professional competences (Peru)
Oral Session I (17:00 – 19:00)
Room I – Aula Magna, Petre Andrei University
Session: Applied ethics, social and political philosophy
Moderator: Elena SEGHEDIN
Participants:
  1. Maria-Magdalena RICHEA – Management Ethical Principles and Ethical Behaviour in the Nonprofit Organizations. Shaping a Causal Liaison or a Myth? (Romania)
  2. Alina-Daniela CIRIC- Searching the Other. A psychoanalytic approach to contemporary ethics (Romania)
  3. Loredana TEREC-VLAD, Daniel TEREC-VLAD – Ethical aspects of cloning: creating superman (Romania)
  4. Ovidiu GAVRILOVICI , Ana Voichita TEBEANU , George Florian MACARIE – Narrative Medicine – a Comprehensive View. Interwoven Medical Residents’ Experiences Using Parallel Charts (Romania)
  5. Ana CARAS- Ethics and Supervision Process – Fundaments of Social Work Practice (Romania)
  6. ?tefania BEJAN – Faces of Credibility in the Field of Journalism (Romania)
  7. Elena SEGHEDIN – Teaching Professional Ethics. New perspectives – new challenges (Romania)
  8. Daniela JEDER – Teachers’ ethical responsibilities in education and training practice (Romania)
  9. Daniela NICOLAESCU, Daniela COJOCARU – Preventing the Deficient Mental Health in Children (Romania)
  10. Adrian IGNAT – Christian Church and economical challenges (Romania)
  11. Elena TOADER, Dana DAMIR,  Tudorel TOADER – Vulnerabilities In The Medical Care (Romania)
2nd Day (Thursday) – 11th of April 2013
Registration Desk (08:00 – 9:30)
Plenary Session II – (10:00 – 11:00) Room I – Aula Magna, Petre Andrei University
Moderator: Stefan COJOCARU
Keynotes:
  • Camélia DUMITRIU – School Violence around the World: A Social Phenomenon (Canada)
  • Stefan COJOCARU – (Romania)
  • Daniela COJOCARU – (Romania)
Parallel Oral Session – Room I – Aula Magna, “Petre Andrei” University (11:30 – 13:30)
Session: Education and Social Development
Moderator: Ana CARAS
Participants:
  1. Alina CIOBANU- The role of student services in the improving of students’ experience in Higher Education (Romania)
  2. Alina HURUBEAN – Gender Equality Policies, Social Citizenship and Democratic Deficit in the Post-communist Romanian Society (Romania)
  3. Lucia-Hedviga PASCARIU – Entropy and loss in Paul Auster’s In the Country of Last Things (Romania)
  4. Alexandra RADU – Mammy and Miss America – From Plantation to the Fashion Industry (Romania)
  5. Alina ANGHEL, Ramona Adina LUPU – The multicultural counseling in school (Romania)
Parallel Oral Session –  Room  2-Room 8.3, “Petre Andrei” University (11:20 – 13:30)
Session: Law and European policies
Moderator: Mirela DOBRILA
Participants:
  1. Ludmila GAMURARI- Energy cooperation Romania-Republic of Moldova (Romania)
  2. Mirela Carmen DOBRILA – The Successional Rights of the Surviving Spouse in the New Civil Code (Romania)
  3. Dorina TICU – Theories of motivation in public policies process (Romania)
  4. Crisanta Oana MOLDOVAN  – The Impact Of The Antiwar Elites’ Activities On The International Life And Politics (Romania)
  5. Tudor MORAR, Valentin GRECU, Ion COSTESCU, – Administration’s role in managing urban pedestrian accessibility (Romania)
  6. Ada-Iuliana POPESCU, Christopher R. KELLEY – Corrupt Practices versus a Sound Business Environment: Learning from the U.S. Experience (Romania, USA)
  7. Lucian DIRDALA – Brics: the “deepening vs. Widening” issue (Romania)
Lunch Break (13:30 – 14:30)
Oral Session –  Room I – Aula Magna, “Petre Andrei University” (14:30 – 16:30)
Session: Communications and management
Moderator: Valentina PRICOPIE
Participants:
  1. Horia MOASA – Struggling For Organizational Identity: Employee Voice And Silence (Romania)
  2. Romulus OPRICA- Social Networking for Social Entrepreneurship (Romania)
  3. Elena JIANU, Roxana CIOBOATA, Nicusor CIOBANU- Techniques and methods to improve the communicational channels in modern public administration (Romania)
  4. Simona MINA – The Persuasion Of Political Marketing Messages (Romania)
  5. Valentina PRICOPIE – The Public Interest in Romanian Parliamentary Debate (Romania)
  6. Luminita ROSCA – Representational discourse of public administration affairs in Romania (Romania)
  7. Valentina SHIRYAEVA, Georgiana LUNGU-BADEA – The role of context in defining Romanian equivalences for Russian terms in theory of translation (Romania)
  8. Agnes VIRLICS – Emotions in economic decision making: a multidisciplinary approach (Romania)
Coffee Break (17:00 – 17:30)
Open Space-Poster Session II– (17:00- 17:30) – Alternative of presentation- Saturday – 13 of April
  1.  Cristina ENACHE, Cerasella CRACIUN – Landscape role in Identity generation process (Romania)
  2. Letitia Barbuica- Towards a new Aural Pedagogy for Architecture (Romania)
  3. Luciela Vasile , Monica Stanescu – The Aquatic Therapy in Balance Coordination Disorders (Romania)
  4. LuminiTa Mihaela DRAGHICESCU, Ana-Maria PETRESCU, Laura Monica GORGHIU, Gabriel GORGHIU  – Students’ pedagogical counselling in the Science learning context (Romania)
  5. Madalina ANTONESCU – „Apocalypse  reloaded”: re-shaping the concept of „war” in XXI century” (Romania)
  6. Madalina ANTONESCU- Incompatibility between health cards and the European legal standards on human rights (Romania)
  7. Magdalena Roxana NECULA, Simona Irina DAMIAN, Mihai Iulian NECULA – The role of confessor in understanding and healing of suffering (Romania)
  8. Marina Eugenia MIHAILA – High-surfaces. Issues about identity, density, future intensive developments, image and landscape (Romania)
  9. Mihaela APOSTU – New points of view on concept of health and lifestyle (Romania)
  10. Mihaela HARMANESCU, Andreea POPA – A new landscape perspective – human exercises through time in environmental perception  (Romania)
  11. Maria Claudia CUC – Educational strategies for promoting the cultural diversity (Romania)
  12. Maria Claudia Cuc – Ways to streamline didactic communication (Romania)
  13. Mihaela NETOLITZCHI – Experimental Study On The Development Of Functional Somatosensory Women’s Basketball Teams From Academia (Romania)
  14. Florin TARNAUCEANU, Oana LENTA, Ecaterina CROITOR – Ethical dimensions of digitalisation in social work system (Romania)
  15. Mirela Carmen DOBRILA – Deception Offences: Psycho-behavioural Profiling of Offenders (Romania)
Open Space-Virtual Session II– (17:00- 17:30)
  1. Patrícia ALBERGARIA-ALMEIDA, Bruna FERREIRA – Assessment strategies in a Science-Technology-Society learning environment (Portugal)
  2. Patrícia ALBERGARIA-ALMEIDA, Bruna FERREIRA – Assessment strategies in a Science-Technology-Society learning environment
  3. Rina Manuela CONTINI -Migration and Equality/Unequality in Education (Italy)
  4. Rina Manuela CONTINI -The Paradigm of the complex dynamic systems and sociological analysis (Italy)
  5. Rina Manuela CONTINI, Antonio MATURO- Paradigms and formal models for integration and intercultural education (Italy)
  6. Rosalía MARTÍN-RAMÍREZ, Antonio SIANES – Ethics and critical thinking in Vocational Education and Training: how Development Education can help (Spain)
  7. Roxana-Elena LAZAR – Tax Evasion Between Legality And Criminal Offense (Romania)
  8. Sepideh SEDAGHATNIA, Hasanuddin LAMIT, Amir GHAHRAMANPOURI – Social Exclusion and University Campus Environment: Exploring the Links (Malaysia)
  9. Seyed Jalal MOSAVIAMIR – Comparative investigation of intelligence quotient and anxiety level of high s9chool students in up and down area of city (Iran)
  10. Simona MINA, Felicia SURUGIU, Cornel GIRGORUT – A human resources approach regarding combating compulsive bureaucracy in governmental institutions (Romania)
  11. Sonja PETROVSKA,  Despina SIVEVSKA, Oliver CACKOV – Role of the game in the development of preschool child (Macedonia)
  12. Sonja Petrovska, SnezanaStavreva Veselinovska – Contemporary Pedagogical Approaches For Developing Higher Level Thinking On Science Classes (Macedonia)
  13. Sorin CACE, Simona STANESCU – Role of the Social Economy to Increase Social Inclusion (Romania)
  14. ?tefan COJOCARU, Andreia ANTON – Alternative sources of financing for the social economy (Romania)
  15. Svitlana PASCHENKO – International Master Program “European Perspectives on Social Inclusion”: a Model of Academic Mobility in Ukrainian Higher Education (Ukraine)
  16. Symeon  NIKOLIDAKIS, Panagiotis ARGYROPOULOS – From Philosophy To Modern Education: From Bourdieu’s Observations About Education To The Modern Greek University (Greece)
  17. Symeon NIKOLIDAKIS, Panagiotis ARGYROPOULOS – Verbal violence and juvenile delinquency: The pedagogue and psychologist’s counseling role. (Greece)
  18. Tamara PETROVA – Collaborative consumption of information in the info-documentary structure (Romania)
  19. Valentina NIKOLOVA-ALEXIEVA – Process Maturity Analysis Of The Bulgarian Enterprises (Bulgaria)
  20. Valentina Nikolova-Alexieva – Survey Of How Process Modeling Is Used In The Bulgarian Organizations (Bulgaria)
  21. Vasily MARKHININ – Attitudes towards immigration among ethnic majority and minorities: some recent trends in Khanty–Mansi Autonomous Okrug  (Russia)
  22. Vilmante KUMPIKAITE, Ineta ZICKUTE – Regression analysis of economic factors influencing emigration rate in Lithuania (Lithuania)
  23. Viorella MANOLACHE, Henrieta Anisoara SERBAN – Virtual Logos – An Inclusive(Ly) Political Alternative
  24. Viorica – TORII CACIUC – The Role of Virtue Ethics in Training Students’ Environmental Attitudes
  25. Wenjie CHEN, Warren YU – A Case Study of Implementing an English-Speaking Course in China (China)
  26. Wilailak OUNJIT – Migrant Workers: Helping Themselves or Hurting Others? (Thailand)
Parallel Oral Session – Room 1- Aula Magna, Petre Andrei University
(17:30 – 19:00)
Anthropology, philosophy and cultural studies (Anthropology, philosophy)
Moderator: Roxana NECULA
Participants:
  1. Ramona CANTARAGIU – Man-machine metaphorical couplings in electrocardiographic theory and practice (Romania)
  2. Floarea Elena TRI?CA? – Epidemics of smallpox and vaccination in the region of BistriTa (XVIII-XIX centuries) (Romania)
  3. Adina-Iulia ?ANDRU – Liminoid expressions of anti-structure in the rites of contemporary societies (Romania)
  4. Anca Raluca PURCARU – Idol or Icon? An esthetic response to a religious question. An analysis of the esthetic and religious experience (Romania)
  5. Irina STAHL – Sudden death Memorials in Bucharest: Mortuary Rituals and Beliefs in an Urban Context (Romania)
  6. Aura-Elena SCHUSSLER – From Eroticism to Pornography: the culture of the Obscene (Romania)
Parallel Oral Session –Room 2 -Room 8.3, “Petre Andrei” University (17:20 – 19:00)
Session: Communications and management
Moderator:  Daniela COJOCARU
Participants:
  1. Diana CARBUREAN – Aspects of the linguistic pluralism in the enlarged European Union (Romania)
  2. Georgiana CORCACI – Organizational value dimensions relevant for managers. Correlational study (Romania)
  3. Raluca Valeria RATIU, Adriana TIRON TUDOR – The theoretical foundation of goodwill- a chronological overview (Romania)
  4. Nicolae BIBU, Mihai LISETCHI,  Laura BRANCU- Financing as a condition of performance management. The case of Romanian NGOs (Romania)
  5. Doina Mihaela POPA – Advertising semiotics, between “the collective unconscious” and “the god factory” (Romania)
  6. Alexandra Mihaela POPESCU, Alecxandrina DEACONU – High – School, Organizational Citizenship Behavior Moderator (Romania)
  7. Crina Ani?oara TRIFAN (cAs. LICA) – Species and techniques of publishing materials specific to promoting journalism (Romania)
3rd Day (Friday) – 12th of April 2013
Registration Desk (08:00 – 9:30)
Plenary Session IV– Room I – Aula Magna, Petre Andrei University (10:00 – 11:00)
Moderator: Marius DUMITRESCU
Keynotes:
  • Cristina GAVRILUTA – The Organ Transplant From Human Solidarity To Informed Behaviour  (Romania)
  • Daniela Tatiana ?OITU – (Romania)
  • Marius DUMITRESCU – Relationship Between Soul And Body In Terms Of Freudian Psychoanalysis (Romania)
Parallel Oral Session – Room I – Aula Magna, “Petre Andrei” University  (11:30 – 13:30)
Session: Education and Social Development
Moderator: Ana Voichita TEBEANU
Participants:
    1. Tatiana DOBRESCU, Amalia Mihaela PETROVICI – Sociological Approach Regarding the Middle School Age Children’s Perception of the Role Played by Physical Education in School (Romania)
    2. Amalia PETROVICI,  Tatiana DOBRESCU – A New Trend in Responsible Romania: Social Campaigns (Romania)
    3. Ana Voichita TEBEANU, George Florian MACARIE Ovidiu GAVRILOVICI – Assessments on the autonomy and vulnerability of institutionalized patients with schizophrenia. Case studies (Romania)
    4. Victor NICOLAESCU, Daniela COJOCARU – Monitoring and Evaluation of the Social Inclusion of the Vulnerable Groups (Romania)
    5. Cristiana Lucretia POP – Modern Olympic Games – A Globalized Cultural And Sportive Event (Romania)
    6. Mirela ANECULAESEI (cas. GIURGICA ), Luminita Mihaela LUPU,  Petronela Simona EPURE – Sustainable human development model through employees’ ongoing professional training (Romania)
    7. Nucu FLOREA – Social Behavioral Change – A Direct Consequence of the Adoption of New Brands (Romania)
    8. Felicia CEAUSU – Mind Tools (Romania)
    9. Monica Aneta TURTUREAN- CURRENT Issues Of Motivation-Implications For A Education Of Excellence (Romania)
    10. IULIAN APOSTU -  The traditionalism of the modern family – socio-legal direction and contradiction (Romania)
    11. Eniko ALBERT-LORINCZ – Need to change the optics in the prevention of addictive behaviors. The role of local communities in prevention of smoking (Romania)
    12. Monica Aneta TURTUREAN- DESIGN And Management Of Educational Programs – Conceptual Boundaries And Nuances Of Sense (Romania)
Parallel Oral Session – Room  2 -Room 8.3, Petre Andrei University (11:20 – 13:30)
Session: Law and European policies
Moderator: Dorina TICU
Participants:
  1. Iulian NECULA, Roxana NECULA – Socio-juridical and ethical implications of the appropriation of found property. Origin, history, actuality (Romania)
  2. Sorin BOCANCEA – Subsidiarity Levels (Romania)
  3. Daniel ?ANDRU – Ideology, social imaginary and symbolic violence (Romania)
  4. Cristina PATRASCU – Media and the totalitarian society: spectacle, ‘simulacra’ and the construction of (un)reality in communist Romania (Romania)
  5. Cristian SANDACHE – Alternative Projects To The Democratic Values In Inter-War Romania   (Romania)
  6. Daniela Elena MARINESCU, Ioana MANAFI – Is Europe 2020 a realistic strategy for sustainable growth after the crisis? Empirical evidences from Romania vs EU (Romania)
  7. Sever MESCA – The Dynamics of Tax Compliance (Romania)
Lunch Break (13:30 – 14:30)
Oral Session – Room I – Aula Magna, “Petre Andrei” University (14:30 – 16:30)
Session: Law and European policies
Moderator: Nadia Cerasela ANITEI
Participants:
  1. Valentin-Bogdan DANILA – The new dimension of threats the European actors subject to in neighboring states crisis management (Romania)
  2. Ina MÎTU, Adriana TIRON TUDOR – The Paradigms of Public Sector Combinations (Romania)
  3. Andreea Ioana COSTE, Adriana TIRON-TUDOR – Service Performance – Between Measurement and Information  in Public Sector (Romania)
  4. Mihaela Laura PAMFIL- The admission of guilt and its consequences in the Romanian legislation (Romania)
  5. Liviu Titus  PAVELIU – Good faith and its role in the evolution of contract law (Romania)
  6. Elena TUDURACHI- The lawyer’s impossibility to provide legal assistance to other co-defendants in the same case in which he is a defendant (Romania)
  7. Marcela-Madalina MACOVEI – Plato’s Ideal State or The Tribal Vision of The Secluded Society (Romania)
  8. Emilian CIONGARU – Negative Effects Of Legal Transplant Of European Union Legislation (Romania)
Coffee Break (17:00 – 17:30)
Open Space-Poster Session III – (17:00 – 17:30) – Alternative of presentation- Saturday – 13 of April
  1. Claudia-Neptina MANEA, Claudia SALCEANU, Cristina Daniela CHIPER, Ion CHIPER – Occupational Stress and Tolerance of Bank Employees (Romania)
  2. Cristiana Lucretia POP  – The Relation Between Education Quality and the Young Women Well Being Perception (Romania)
  3. Mihaela PAUNESCU, Gabriela GAGEA, Catalin PAUNESCU, Gabriel PITIGOI – The moral dimension of fair-play in high performance sport (Romania)
  4. Nataliya VLASYUK, Boris MAYER – Sustainable development and education system  (Russian Federation)
  5. Oksana KIRICHOK – Business-Education Partnerships As Basis For Effective Socioeconomic Development: Lessons For Kazakhstan  (Kazakhstan)
  6. Ozana CUCU-OANCEA – Using Diaries – a real challenge for social scientist (Romania)
  7. Radu PREDOIU, Alexandra RADU – Study Upon Communication And Conflict Approaching Styles In Athletes (Romania)
  8. Simona MIREL, Alina DARABAN – Practice experiences and preceptor behaviours in pharmacy education (Romania)
  9. Tudor CATINEANU – Deontology of Opinion (Romania)
  10. Valentin GRECU, Tudor MORAR – An online decision support system for improving pedestrian accessibility in neighborhood (Romania)
  11. Nicoleta LEONTE – The Pro Movement Attitude Concept Model of Teenagers Girls (Romania)
  12. Ana GHILA? – Psychopoetics and psychologism of the Epic Work: Theoretical-Methodological Aspects (Republic of Moldova)
  13. Elena Emilia STEFAN -  Reflections On The European Dimension Of The Public Office (Romania)
  14. Bogdan Florin MICU – Considerations On Moral Damages Caused By An Offense (Romania)
  15. Vladimir POTOP- Macro-methods of Learning the Technical Elements of Junior Female Gymnasts in the Stage of Sports Training Basic Specialization (Romania)
  16. Valentina CIOMAG, Corina DINCIU – Aerobics –Modern Trend In The University Educational Domain (Romania)
Open Space-Virtual Session III – (17:00 – 17:30)
  1. Dewan Mahboob HOSSAIN – Socio-economic Situation of the Indigenous People in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) of Bangladesh (Bangladesh)
  2. Dovile VALANCIENE – Contemporary Status Of Law Science: Postmodernism, Uncertainty About Its Scientific Character And Change In The Approach To Science Itself (Lithuania)
  3. Dragos BARBALATA – Measuring brand, leadership and human resources influence on company’s performance (Romania)
  4. Elena Amelia STAN – Comparative Study Of Articles About Adapted Swimming To Children With Hyperactivity (Romania)
  5. Elena MARIN,  Amelia-Orladina IVAN-BULIE – Building bridges between the Romanian National Curriculum for Elementary Students and the Global Context (Romania)
  6. Elena PELINESCU, Andrei Silviu DOSPINESCU – Comparative Perspective Regarding the Measurement of Competitiveness (Romania)
  7. Elisabetta SAGONE, Maria Elvira  De CAROLI – Relationships between resilience, self-efficacy, and thinking styles in Italian middle adolescents (Italy)
  8. Elvis MUJA?EVI?,  Maja VIZJAK, Goran KARANOVI? – Effects of Global Financial Crisis on the Republic of Croatia (Croatia)
  9. Eugenia CAMPEANU-SONEA, Adrian SONEA, Ovidiu-Niculae BORDEAN- Communication quality and professional competence – Evidence from a Romanian business school (Romania)
  10. Fernanda FURTADO – Innovation And Technology: The Context Of Digital Inclusion In Developing Countries And The Success Got Through The Webaula Card (Brazil)
11. Fewzia BOUGANDOURA – Teaching literature in EFL context (Algeria)
  1. Gabriel Nicolae PRICINA – Hope and disillusion. Probability of reintegration according to future plans of the inmates
  2. Galina SVJATOKHINA – Principles of Cosmic Thinking as the Basis of Synthesis of Research Methodologies (Russian Federation)
  3. Gheorghe DIACONU – The Delimitation Of The Punishment From The Other Penal Law Sanction (Romania)
  4. Gholamali NIKPOUR – Emotional intelligence as a main predictor of mental health in distance education university students (Iran)
  5. Gianina CHIRAZI – Strengthening Intelligence Oversight in Romania
  6. Gilda RUSU-ZAGAR, Catalin RUSU-ZAGAR, Ionel IORGA, Mihaela MOCANU- Air polution particles PM10, PM2,5 and tropospheric ozone Effects on human health (Romania)
  7. Gilda RUSU-ZAGAR, Ionel IORGA, Sorin Ovidiu ANGHEL, Catalin RUSU-ZAGAR – Occupational safety and health in national education (Romania)
  8. Guler YALCIN, H.Sebnem DUZGUN – Non-spatial analysis for the road traffic accidents (Romania)
  9. Guler Yalcin, H.Sebnem Duzgun – Non-spatial analysis for the road traffic accidents
  10. Hare KILIÇASLAN – Design of living spaces in dormitories (Turkey)
  11. Helena Maria SABO – An Educational Approach Of School Failure (Romania)
  12. Helena Maria Sabo – Modern Teaching. Environmental education (Romania)
  13. Helena Maria Sabo – The importance of the Counselor in domestic violence (Romania)
  14. Nikolai E. OSIPOV – “Social technology” as a category of social philosophy (Russia)
  15. Olga FEDOTOVA – A Paradigm “Shift” In Modern Applied Philosophy And Psychology (Russian Federation)
  16. Olga FEDOTOVA – Radicalism And Terrorism Problems In A Scientific Discourse Of Russian Social Sciences (Russian Federation)
Parallel Oral Session – Room I – Aula Magna, “Petre Andrei” University (17:30 – 19:00)
Session: Communications and management
Moderator: Ana CARAS
Participants:
  1. Lili- Carmen NANE – Urbanism and Arhitecture in G.Calinescu’s  Publishing, Writer and Social Observer (Romania)
  2. Georgeta DRULA – Community Stories and News Sites (Romania)
  3. Mihaela Sabina JUCAN,  Cornel Nicolae Jucan – Gender trends in tourism destination (Romania)
  4. Raluca MELEANCA – Will Decision Management Systems Revolutionize Marketing? (Romania)
  5. Maria FLOREA – Media Violence and the Cathartic Effect (Romania)
  6. Margareta ANDREESCU – Regional Television in the context of globalization (Romania)
Parallel Oral Session – Room  2 -Room 8.3, “Petre Andrei” University (17:20 – 19:00)
Education and Social Development
Moderator: Teodora PRELIPCEAN
Participants:
  1. Gelu DUMINICA, Sorin CACE – Importance of the Social Economy for the Employment of Roma People (Romania)
  2. Claudia VLAICU, Camelia VOICU – Supporting Adolescent Identity Development through Personal Narratives (Romania)
  3. Alexandra-Andreea RUSU – The life of memes. Traditional technologies and the transmission of knowledge (Romania)
  4. Teodora PRELIPCEAN – Happiness – between aspiration and fulfillment (Romania)
  5. Gabriel GORGHIU, Laura-Monica GORGHIU, Ana-Maria PETRESCU, LuminiTa-Mihaela DRAGHICESCU – Aspects related to counseling and guidance in Science lessons contexts (Romania)
  6. Iulia-Diana PREOTU, Maria Nicoleta TURLIUC- Similarity, communication, and satisfaction in intimate relationships: The role of ideal standards (Romania)
4th Day (Saturday) – 13th of April 2013
Registration Desk (08:00 – 9:00)
Parallel Oral Session – Room I – Aula Magna, “Petre Andrei” University (9:00 – 11:00)
Session: Education and Social Development
Moderator: Irina CEHAN
Participants:
  1. Alina CIOBANU, Ana-Maria HOJBOTA – Students’ perceptions about students’ representation in university governance. Implications for Practice (Romania)
  2. Mariana BALAN, Carmen UZLAU,  Corina ENE – Transition from Educational System to Labour Market in Romania (Romania)
  3. Claudia-Neptina MANEA – The Influence of Home Town Size on the Development of Gender Stereotypes in Children (Romania)
  4. Mirela ANECULAESEI (cas. GIURGICA), Luminita Mihaela LUPU,  Petronela Simona EPURE – Sustainable human development model through employees’ ongoing professional training (Romania)
  5. Oana VODA – The Role of Context in Art: The Evaluative Relativism of The Work of Art (Romania)
  6. CosticA LUPU – Epistemological and psychological fundamentals of the didactics of science (Romania)
  7. Aurora HRITULEAC – The return of the repressed: Spirituality in psychothanatological theory and praxis (Romania)
  8. Ruxandra  PADURE- The Jewish Community in Medias (Romania)
Coffee Break (11:00 – 11:30)
Oral Session – Room  2 -Room 8.3, “Petre Andrei” University (11:30 – 13:30)
Session: Law and European policies
Moderator: Nadia Cerasela ANITEI, Roxana-Elena LAZAR
Participants:
  1. Nadia-Cerasela ANITEI – Agreement of Election of the Law Applicable to Matrimonial Regime in Romanian International Law (Romania)
  2. Crina Mihaela VERGA  – Aspects Concerning the Relationships between  the Head of State and the Constitutional Jurisdiction in Romania and France (Romania)
  3. Cristina GHEGHE?- Individual Between Being And Not Being Subject To Public International Law (Romania)
  4.   Lorena ZIDARU – Release on parole: the road to a flawless procedure (Romania)
  5. Oana ADASCALITEI – An overview on implied obligations in a contract of affreightment (Romania)
  6. Ioana- Maria DRAGU, Adriana TIRON TUDOR – The Integrated Reporting Initiative from an Institutional Perspective: Emergent Factors (Romania)

Lunch Break (14:00-15:00)
Plenary session IV – Room I – Aula Magna, “Petre Andrei” University (15:00- 18:30)
Moderator: Antonio SANDU
Keynotes:
  • Antonio SANDU – Instances of social construction autonomy on chronic patients. Particularities of the Romanian cultural model (Romania)
  • Peter KIRIAKIDIS – (USA)
  • Aurora CIUCA – A Scenario of Fear in International Human Rights Law (Romania)
  • Hercules HONORATO, Elisangela BERNADO – The project citizen soldier and public policy integration youth in the labour market (Brazil)
  • Teodora MANEA – Categories of Existential Migration  20 minutes(Skype) (United Kingdom)
Poster Session: – Alternative for Open spaces (9:30 -18:30)
  1. Adriana Ioana PIRVU – Ignoring the legal logic precepts in case of natural immovable accession (Romania)
  2. Adriana TIRON TUDOR – Balancing the public and the private interest – a dilemma of accounting profession (Romania)
  3. Alina Stefania GORGHIU – Civil society perceptions of criminal mediation
4.Ana CARAS, Antonio SANDU – Ethical Evaluation of Social Services and the Need for Ethics Committees (Romania)
  1. Ana GHILA? – Psychopoetics and psychologism of the Epic Work: Theoretical-Methodological Aspects (Republic of Moldova)
  2. Antonio SANDU,  Ana CARAS – The Levels of Doctor-Patient Relationship- analysis from the Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral development (Romania)
  3. Beatrice ABALASEI – The Importance Of Formal Education In The Training Of Athletes (Romania)
  4. Bianca-Liliana TANASESCU – The “Me” factor (Romania)
  5. Claudia-Neptina MANEA, Claudia SALCEANU, Cristina Daniela CHIPER, Ion CHIPER – Occupational Stress and Tolerance of Bank Employees (Romania)
  6. Cristiana Lucretia POP  – The Relation Between Education Quality and the Young Women Well Being Perception (Romania)
  7. Cristina ENACHE, Cerasella CRACIUN – Landscape role in Identity generation process (Romania)
  8. Elena UNGURU – Impact of palliative home careon quality of life interminally ill patients (Romania)
  9. Florin TARNAUCEANU, Oana LENTA, Ecaterina CROITOR – Ethical dimensions of digitalisation in social work system (Romania)
  10. Georgiana ALEXANDRESCU-FIERARU (GHICIUC) – Incivility online. An exploratory textual analysis of French, British and Romanian political blogs (Romania)
  11. Ileana ANASTASE (BADULESCU) – Company operation in the conditions of globalization (Romania)
  12. Laurentiu ICHIM – Centre and Periphery in Romanian Contemporary Literary Prose (Romania)
  13. Letitia BARBUICA- Towards a new Aural Pedagogy for Architecture (Romania)
  14. Lorena STUPARU – Identity: a substantial reality or a convention? (Romania)
  15. Luciela VASILE, Monica StAnescu – The Aquatic Therapy in Balance Coordination Disorders (Romania)
  16. LuminiTa Mihaela DRAGHICESCU, Ana-Maria PETRESCU, Laura Monica GORGHIU, Gabriel GORGHIU  – Students’ pedagogical counselling in the Science learning context (Romania)
  17. Madalina ANTONESCU – „Apocalypse  reloaded”: re-shaping the concept of „war” in XXI century” (Romania)
  18. Madalina ANTONESCU- Incompatibility between health cards and the European legal standards on human rights (Romania)
  19. Magdalena Roxana NECULA, Simona Irina DAMIAN, Mihai Iulian NECULA – The role of confessor in understanding and healing of suffering (Romania)
  20. Maria Claudia CUC – Educational strategies for promoting the cultural diversity (Romania)
  21. Maria Claudia CUC – Ways to streamline didactic communication (Romania)
  22. Marina Eugenia MIHAILA – High-surfaces. Issues about identity, density, future intensive developments, image and landscape (Romania)
  23. Marius Costel ESI – The Role And The Importance Of Didactic Discourse In The Educational Reality (Romania)
  24. Mihaela APOSTU – New points of view on concept of health and lifestyle (Romania)
  25. Mihaela HARMANESCU, Andreea POPA – A new landscape perspective – human exercises through time in environmental perception (Romania)
  26. Mihaela NETOLITZCHI – Experimental Study On The Development Of Functional Somatosensory Women’s Basketball Teams From Academia (Romania)
  27. Mihaela PAUNESCU, Gabriela GAGEA, Catalin PAUNESCU, Gabriel PITIGOI – The moral dimension of fair-play in high performance sport (Romania)
  28. Mirela Carmen DOBRILA – Deception Offences: Psycho-behavioural Profiling of Offenders (Romania)
  29. Nataliya VLASYUK, Boris MAYER – Sustainable development and education system (Russian Federation)
  30. Nicoleta LEONTE – The Pro Movement Attitude Concept Model of Teenagers Girls (Romania)
  31. Oana Elena LENTA, Florin TARNAUCEANU, Cristina CORMO? – Violence And Incoherence Of Parental Model In Education  – Potential Risk Factor In Distorsion Of Child Image On Reality (Romania)
  32. Oksana KIRICHOK – Business-Education Partnerships As Basis For Effective Socioeconomic Development: Lessons For Kazakhstan (Kazakhstan)
  33. Ozana CUCU-OANCEA – Using Diaries – a real challenge for social scientist (Romania)
  34. Radu PREDOIU, Alexandra RADU – Study Upon Communication And Conflict Approaching Styles In Athletes (Romania)
  35. Simona MIREL, Alina DARABAN – Practice experiences and preceptor behaviours in pharmacy education (Romania)
  36. Tudor CATINEANU – Deontology of Opinion (Romania)
  37. Valentin GRECU, Tudor MORAR – An online decision support system for improving pedestrian accessibility in neighborhood (Romania)
  38.  Valentina CIOMAG, Corina DINCIU – Aerobics –Modern Trend In The University Educational Domain (Romania)
  39. Vladimir POTOP- Macro-methods of Learning the Technical Elements of Junior Female Gymnasts in the Stage of Sports Training Basic Specialization (Romania)
Virtual sessions – virtual presentations (9:30 -18:30)
  1. Hercules HONORATO, Elisangela BERNADO – The project citizen soldier and public policy integration youth in the labour market (Brazil)
  2. Hetty KARUNIA TUNJUNGSARI, Chairy – Brand Name Evaluation on Batik Apparel :  Case of Javanese Batik in Indonesia (Indonesia)
  3. Hossein DAEIZADEH – Investigation the role of personality traits in learning mathematics and academic achievement of distance education university students (Iran)
  4. Hossein FAKORIHAJIYAR – Investigation the content of books in elementary schools based on foundations of thinking education (Iran)
  5. Ihab Ibrahim Zaidan  AL_SAADI – The Effect of the Audio Visual Sample in Recitation and the Tendency to Read Literary Texts (Irak)
  6. Ijaz TATLAH, Ayaz KHAN, Zafar IQBAL – An Empirical Evidence to Explore the Relationship between Teachers’ Mathematics Anxiety and Students’ Academic Achievement at Secondary Level (Pakistan)
  7. Ijaz Tatlah, Ayaz KHAN, Zafar IQBAL – Change Leadership for Sustainable Micro and Macro Self-Fulfilment (Pakistan)
  8. Ijaz TATLAH, Ayaz KHAN, Zafar IQBAL – University-Industry Collaboration: Organizational Models in Global Perspective (Pakistan)
  9. Ioan MOLDOVAN,  Maria MOLDOVAN – Comparative Analysis of Poverty and Social Exclusion in the European Union (Romania)
  10. Ioana OLARU – Representations Of Jupiter On The Territory Of Romania In Late Antiquity (Romania)
  11. Ioana-Tatiana CIOCAN – New Approaches in the Analysis of the Contemporary Dramatic Character (Romania)
  12. Ion RISTEA – Reflections on mechanisms for influencing human behavior (Romania)
  13. Iulia BÎNDAR – Conflict Management and Ethnicity in International Relations at the End of the 20th Century and the Beginning of the 21st Century (Romania)
  14. Joselaine Andréia de Godoy STÊNICO,  Marcela Soares Polato PAES, Joyce Mary Adam de Paula e SILVA – Brazilian education policy: a paradigm that strengthen the reproduction of capital (Brazil)
  15. Ligia PETAN – The impact of transformational leadership on team performance and satisfaction: the mediating role of trust (United States)
  16. Livia MOCANU – The Agency Agreement In The New Civil Code (Romania)
  17. Lukas VALEK,  Veronika JASIKOVA – Time bank and sustainability: The permaculture approach (Czech Republic)
  18. Marcela Soares Polato PAES, Joselaine Andréia de Godoy STÊNICO, Joyce Mary Adam de Paula e SILVA  – Perspectives training for youth in the labor market capitalist society brazilian (Brazil)
  19. Maria Elvira  De CAROLI, Elisabetta SAGONE – Self-efficacy and prosocial tendencies in Italian adolescents (Italy)
  20. Maria-Luiza HRESTIC – The European Court of Human Rights.  A few considerations regarding its juridical reasoning (Romania)
  21. Marta – Claudia CLIZA – The chief of the Government: a historical and legal approach (Romania)
  22. MAdAlina Georgiana MATEI – The Linguistic Mechanisms of Trauma Discourse (Romania)
  23. Mehdi SAHRAGARDTOGHCHI – Investigation the role of personality traits and learning methods in learning English and mathematics (Iran)
  24. Mihaela RUS , Mihaela SANDU – Factors of Personality and Job Satisfaction to Employees on Contract Soldiers (Romania)
  25. Mihail RARITA  – A Re-evaluation of the Holism-Individualism Dispute (Romania)
  26. Mimi Mohaffyza MOHAMAD, Mei Heong YEE, Yusmarwati YUSOF, Nurfirdawati Muhammad HANAFI, Tze Kiong TEE – Connecting Learning Styles and Cognitive Dimension in Building Construction Education (Malaysia)
  27. Mohammad HOSSEINPOUR – Effectiveness of psychological empowerment training on work adjustment and nurses’ vitality in Abadana Hospital in Ahvaz (Iran)
  28. Mona BISADI,  Farhang MOZAFFAR, Seyed Bagher HOSSEINI – Creative and Innovative Spaces in Architecture Research Centers (Iran)
  29. Monica-Gabriela CULIC – Commemorative Practices of the Great Union of 1918 during the Interwar Period (Romania)
  30. Nawal MEBITIL – Implementing an ESP in-Service Teacher Training Programme in the Algerian EST Context (Algeria)
  31. Nela MIRCICA – The Perspective of Interknowledge (Romania)\
  32. Ovidiu-Niculae BORDEAN, Anca BORZA – Internalization of the higher education institutions: the case of Romania (Romania)
Closing Ceremony (18:30 – 19:00)