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Articole de: Carmen Buzea

Nr. 3 / 2016 - Internal versus External Ethnic Identification of Roma: Implications for Social Inclusion in Romania
The Roma represent the most relevant and sizable ethnic minority across Europe with estimates varying from 10 up to 15 million of people. However, discrepancy in external (ascribed by others) and inte...
Nr. 3 / 2015 - Nationalistic Attitudes and Perceived Threat Determine Romaphobia among Bulgarian and Romanian Youth
This study explores relations among nationalism, ethnic identity, perceived threat and attitudes towards the Roma among 178 Bulgarian and 211 Romanian adolescents (age: M = 16.96, SD = .75). Results i...
Nr. 2 / 2013 - Utilizarea metodei cercetării factoriale în studiul deciziilor privind plasamentul familial
The paper presents the factorial survey, a quasi-experimental methodological approach particularly suitable to measure professional judgments in the field of child protection. Since factorial survey m...


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