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- Romanian Journal of Political Science From Vol. 6 Nbr. 2, January 2006 to Vol. 18 Nbr. 1, June 2018 Romanian Academic Society, 2009
The Interpretation of Law and Social Practice
The legal interpretation of the legal norm is important for the normal functioning of state bodies’ activity, respectively official persons, citizens and associations in the discovery of the will of the creator of legal norm. With other words, this process is an activity that is done by state bodies in the function of identifying the real meaning of the content of the legal norm. Interpretation...
Types of Justice in Mihail Sadoveanu's Hanu Ancutei
The problem of justice seems to be the common theme in Hanu Ancutei [Ancuta’s Inn] - Mihail Sadoveanu’s book of tales. The world portrayed by Sadoveanu functions according to archaic norms. Justice is made either by the ruler (or by his men), or on one’s own (provided there is enough strength), in accordance with some ancient laws. The helpless (when the ruler is not on their side) hope for...
- INTRODUCTION TO THE SPECIAL ISSUE ON SOCIAL AND POLITICAL NETWORKS.
- NETWORK STRUCTURES OF INTERAGENCY COLLABORATION AMONG COUNTERNARCOTICS STAKEHOLDERS IN AFGHANISTAN.
- MAPPING URBAN NETWORKS OF ROMANIAN CITIES IN COHESION PROJECTS 2007-2013: A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS.
- THE INSTITUTIONALISATION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES: BRINGING GRADUATES' EMPLOYMENT INTO THE EXPLANATION.
- EXPLORING PARTY SWITCHING IN THE POST-1989 ROMANIAN POLITICIANS NETWORK FROM A COMPLEX NETWORK PERSPECTIVE.
Role of social professions in the process of sustainable development of rural area. Study case
It is already known and accepted in Romania the reality of the consequences produced by the social or other reforms, the transformations that reach precisely the category of the citizens from the rural area, with socio-economic problems. In 2017, the awareness of the fact that the population in the rural area, mainly consisting of socially, economically or medically vulnerable groups, need this...
Semantic aspects of research on the application of private law in the public sector within the legal culture of Continental Europe (with particular emphasis on Polish experience)
As you know, the language level is one of the main research areas of jurisprudence. The author puts forward the thesis that the adopted language apparatus has a significant influence on the research results in legal sciences. This is particularly evident in the analysis of the application of private law to the public sector. The article indicates the semantic problems faced by the author...
Legal philosophy of Modern Scholasticism: rights of nations as a means of intercultural dialogue
This article investigates legal philosophy of the Second, or Modern Scholasticism. Doxographical, analytical as well as hermeneutical methods are applied. The author of the article concentrates on the list of fundamental rights of nations presented by Francisco de Vitoria including rights to existence, mutual equality and political independence; rights of international migration and trade; as...
Types of Justice in Camil Petrescu's Jocul ielelor
Writer with a solid philosophical preparation, Camil Petrescu proves his ability to make refined conceptual distinctions through artistic literature. Thus, in the play Jocul ielelor, he determines his characters to support the validity of several types of justice. The main character is the journalist Gelu Ruscanu, who lives a true drama of conscience because his notion of "absolute justice&qu
The Opportunity of Using Augmented Reality in Educating Disadvantaged Children
The high degree of absenteeism and the increased risk of school dropout among vulnerable children is one of the main issues of the current society. This study seeks to identify the opportunity to use Augmented Reality in the education of these children, starting with the trend of recent years in which IT technology is capturing the interest of children more and more compared to classical teaching
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- Strengthening civil society beyond the 'assistance-for-democratization' era. Lessons from Romania.
- In search of sustainable public administration: What should, could, or must be done.
- Universal turnout and its implications: 2012 Parliamentary elections in Montenegro.
- Securitizing "The Other": A case study on Israeli and Palestinian institutional discourses.
- Affective Source Cues: Negativity and Policy Attitudes.
Legal protection of the whistleblowers
The importance of prevention in the fight against corruption is indisputable. However, prevention is effective and sustainable if it works, meaning that tools and strategies that are fit to achieve this goal need to be identified. The regulation of persons who give integrity warnings (whistleblowers) and, in this context, their legal protection are part of efforts to identify such instruments....
Solving causes by report to the principles of the Strasbourg Court
This study aims to find a new perspective for interpretation in cases where the judgments of the international courts (in particular the European Court of Human Rights) are contradictory or create uncertainty, so that they cannot be effectively considered when judging. It is known that the national judge must take into account the judgments of the Strasbourg Court to prevent a possible...
Theoretical explanations and practices regarding the distinction between the concepts: judicial error, error of law and fundamental vice in the legislation of the Republic of Moldova
In the research, a doctrinal and legal analysis of the concept of legal error is carried out. The author provides a self-defined definition of the concept addressed and highlights the main causes and conditions for the occurrence of judicial errors. At present, in the specialized legal doctrine of the Republic of Moldova, the problem of defining the judicial error has been little approached. In...
Aspects of the application of issue Estoppel on directors' fiduciary duties in South Africa: possible lessons from the United Kingdom and related jurisdictions Royal Sechaba case
The doctrine of estoppel precludes a person (asserter) from asserting something different or contrary to what is implied by a previous action, conduct or statement of that person or by a previous pertinent judicial determination. While there are various types of estoppel, this article is primarily focused on the application of issue estoppel in relation to certain aspects of the directors’...
- Russia's neo-imperial dependence model: Experiences of former Soviet republics.
- Hegel and the political philosophy of Brexit.
- Can we avoid the tragedy of the commons without social capital? A field study using the IAD framework in the Dragoslavele communal village.
- How to Engage 'Democratic Natives'? Political Sophistication as Important Determinant of Civic Activity of Young Citizens in New Democracies (the Case of Poland).
- Wenceslao, J. Gonzalez.
- Moderate Salafism and the Challenge of De-Radicalization: The Case of Pakistan.
Are mediation clauses binding and mandatory?
This study analyses the legal force of mediation clauses in the common law systems and civil law systems with a main focus on the Romanian approach. First, the introductory section illustrates the paradox between the concept of binding and mandatory effect and the mediation mechanism, a voluntary manner to settle disputes. Notwithstanding, the possibility to coerce the parties to engage into a...
Study on the role of identity oriented actors in the Syrian crisis
Recent developments in Arab countries have provided new opportunities and possibilities for the transformation of the political climate, security and change the balance of power in the region. Since the beginning of 2011, the Middle East has witnessed major developments and serious changes. The main changes resulting from the Arab Spring in the Middle East can be "crisis development" in