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 Aparitii editoriale: Psihosociologia vieţii cotidiene. Despre interacţiunea om-animal [Psychosociology of Everyday Life. About the Human-Animal Interaction]

  • Carmen Palaghia ("Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iaşi, Faculty of Philosophy and Social-Political Sciences, Department of Sociology and Social Work, B-dul Carol I no. 11, 700506, E-mail:

Octavian Rujoiu (coordonator)
Bucureşti: Academia de Studii Economice, 2020, 369 p

The volume entitled "Psychosociology of everyday life: about human-animal interaction", published at ASE (Academia Publishing House of Economic Studies), Bucharest, in 2020 and coordinated by Professor Octavian Rujoiu, covers a vast topic of interest both for specialists in the social sciences human beings, as well as for pet owners, single people or couples, parents who have adopted a cat or a puppy to become their children's best friend, who may be affected by situations such as maladjustment , bullying, anxiety, depression, neurosis, which increased in the context of online school, ADHD, parents' divorce and the appearance of new partners for parents, etc., and among which, families later noticed an improvement in behavior. Of course, in order to have a pet, the family must show responsibility and involvement, because it is not a doll or a toy that you take to the child, but a soul, a life, which has its own needs, feelings and affections , as revealed by theoretical studies and empirical experiences.