Revista de Cercetare si Interventie Sociala

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Volumul: 52/2016/Martie



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1 Early Childcare, Maternal Education and Family Origins: Differences in Cognitive and Linguistic Outcomes throughout Childhood 9287
2 P.I.P.P.I. Programme of Intervention for Prevention of Institutionalization. Capturing the Evidence of an Innovative Programme of Family Support 9018
3 Situational Analysis of Parental Socialization In Adolescence 8620
4 Resilience of Children Behind Bars 8536
5 Social and Medical Implications of Teenage Motherhood 8972
6 Socio-Epidemiological Points of View Regarding Quality Of Life in Patients With and Without Breast Reconstruction after Mastectomy for Cancer 8369
7 Effects of the “One-Child” Policy and the Number of Children in Families on the Mental Health of Children in China 10195
8 Solidarity with the Elderly in Romania 8550
9 An Empirical Investigation of the Relationship between the Competency and Social Capital of Village Cadres and Rural Development in Western China 7926
10 Statistical Research Regarding the Usefulness of Accessing Legal Information QR Coded 8646
11 Socio-professional Integration for Amblyopic Patients 8143
12 Motivation for Participating to Sports Competitions in School 8306
13 The Impact of Patterns Provided by the Media on Society 8814
14 The Social Role of the Supreme Audit Institutions to Reduce Corruption in the European Union - Empirical Study 8183
15 Deaf Athlete: Is There Any Difference Beyond The Hearing Loss? 8492
16 Post-Graduate Students’ Perceptions Regarding Effectiveness of Mentoring Relationship at Universities 10891
17 Psychosocial Particularities of Violent Acts in Personality Disorders 8032
18 Psychological Coping and Social Aspects in the Case of the Elderly with Metabolic Syndrome 8482
19 Geographical Axis Theory. Role and Function in Building Territorial Social Realities 7845
20 Participatory Evaluation and Community Development: A Spanish Case Study 8296