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Anthropological Researches and Studies

 

No. 6, 2016

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The sixth issue of ARS is dedicated to the 150 anniversary of the Romanian Academy.

 

 

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Articles (8)


  1. Motivation in psychology learning education

    Authors: Diego Oswaldo Camacho Vega

    Keywords: psychology, motivation, learning.

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  2. Building bridges or bonds: the case of Ghanaian second generation migrants in Ghanaian churches in Amsterdam

    Authors: Owusu Kyei Justice Richard Kwabena, Rafal Smocynski

    Keywords: second-generation migrants, immigrant churches, immigrant integration, Ghana, bridging and bonding social capital

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  3. Attitudes towards homosexuality in a sample of Novi Sad (Serbia) population

    Authors: Pavlica Tatjana, Sikora Čaba, and Rakić Rada

    Keywords: homosexuality, homophobia, index, homonegativism, and sexual orientation.

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  4. Polish Funerals: History and Contemporary Changes

    Authors: Anna E. Kubiak

    Keywords: funeral, tradition, ritual, corpse.

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  5. Where is the prevention? Incomplete public campaigns about hepatitis in Romania

    Authors: Valentina Marinescu

    Keywords: health communication, public campaigns, hepatitis, public awareness of health, illness.

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  6. Characteristics and functions of Self-injury in a sample of adolescents attending Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic in Tirana

    Authors: Valbona Alikaj, Isid Xhura, Elga Spaho, Anila Hashorva, Valmira Skendi

    Keywords: nonsuicidal self-injury, suicidal behavior, adolescents, NSSI functions.

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  7. Socio - cultural changes in the lifestyles of the contemporary Bulgarian family

    Authors: Valentina Milenkova, Dobrinka Pejcheva

    Keywords: family life stile, solidarity, generations, intergenerational education mobility

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  8. Civil and/or laic religions

    Authors: Maria Serafimova

    Keywords: ecology, family, religions, sacred, profane

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