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Anthropological Researches and Studies

 

No. 9, 2019

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Articles (16)


  1. Protective factors contributing to teacher-working environment fit in Italian teachers’ sample

    Authors: Simona DE STASIO, Francesca BOLDRINI, Benedetta RAGNI, Chiara BACILE

    Keywords: work environment fit, early childhood teachers, subjective well-being, work engagement.

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  2. Factors contributing to unfulfilment of and changes in fertility intentions in Czechia

    Authors: Hana HAŠKOVÁ, Kristýna POSPÍŠILOVÁ

    Keywords: fertility intentions, changes in fertility intentions, low fertility, post-socialist context

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  3. Sex-related differences in chest dimensions in 9-10 – years old Bulgarian children

    Authors: Albena DIMITROVA, Ivaila Yankova PANDOURSKA

    Keywords: chest dimensions, thoracic index, vital capacity, Bulgarian schoolchildren

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  4. Changes in body composition and skeletal robustness in 7-17-year-old children and adolescents from Plovdiv, Bulgaria (1998-2008)

    Authors: Mima NIKOLOVA, Silviya MLADENOVA, Doychin BOYADZHIEV, Tanya PASKALEVA

    Keywords: body composition, skeletal robustness, changes, school children

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  5. The Moral Motivation in Treating Addictions as Basis of the Multidisciplinary Team Pedagogy

    Authors: Constantin NECULA

    Keywords: moral landmarks, culture of intervention, cultural anthropology of addiction support, mixed-multidisciplinary team

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  6. Framing public health in Romanian media between 1918 and 1945

    Authors: Valentina MARINESCU

    Keywords: health communication, media framing of public health, Romanian public health, public awareness of health and illness

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  7. The role of epistemic beliefs and epistemic emotions in online learning

    Authors: Diego Oswaldo CAMACHO VEGA

    Keywords: epistemic beliefs, epistemic emotions, online learning

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  8. Understanding reality television: a study of tamil television reality shows impact on audience

    Authors: Sriram ARULCHELVAN

    Keywords: reality TV, programmes, impact, audience, reality shows

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  9. The nexus between infrastructure and economic development in Ilorin metropolis

    Authors: Olayinka Toyin TEJIDEEN, Khalid Olatunji RAJI, Habib ABDULLAHI, Sunday Joseph AKOR

    Keywords: infrastructure, economic, development, poverty, metropolis

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  10. Psychometric quality of family adaptability and cohesion evaluation scale IV by latent class analysis; quantitative study on the elderly in Romania

    Authors: Cornelia RADA

    Keywords: FACES IV, cohesion, flexibility, elderly, family life cycles

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  11. Towards a ‘heterotopology’ of gaming: From Azeroth to Sanctuary

    Authors: Mihai BURLACU

    Keywords: heterotopia, heterotopology, virtual world

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  12. One health – a new concept in social sciences?

    Authors: Corina BISTRICEANU PANTELIMON, Clara POPA

    Keywords: One Health, cross-sector approach, interdisciplinarity, social sciences

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  13. "Westernization and Alienation of the State/Social Order": A Pseudo-Scientific Fairy-tale of Turkish Islamists

    Authors: Deniz YOLDAS

    Keywords: Küçükömer, Islamofascism, Kemalist fascism

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  14. Age variation of cephalic index according to cross-sectional studies of schoolchildren

    Authors: Tatyana HURBO, Inessa SALIVON

    Keywords: head length and breadth, cephalic index, transverse and longitudinal studies, age variability

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  15. Aspects regarding the influence of the family and the social peer group on drug use in a lot of pupils and students from Bucharest

    Authors: Adina BACIU

    Keywords: drugs, pupils, students, family, friends

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  16. Child-to-parent violence: a study of socio-demographic causes in Ilorin Metropolis, Kwara State

    Authors: Khalid Olatunji RAJI, Abdullateef RAJI, Deborah Shade ADEKEYE, Salihu Zakariya ABDULBAQI

    Keywords: Child-to-parent violence (CPV), socio-demographic causes, Ilorin Metropolis

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