Acta Universitatis Danubius. Communicatio

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Frequency:  2 issues per year (June, December)
Print ISSN: 1844-7562
Online ISSN: 2069 – 0398

The Review of Communication Sciences Faculty within the "Danubius" University of Galati, Acta Universitatis Danubius. Communicatio aims at popularizing, at the level of national and international academic community, the scientific research of our academic staff but also of other universities. With its special sections dedicated to communication such as: public relations, journalism and advertising, the review fulfills its mission of being a tribune of ideas of communication sciences, whose inter-and trans-disciplinary feature is well understood. Through a rigorous selection of the published articles and by including a significant number of collaborators, our publication, although at its first issues, aims at becoming a reference in the field.

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Vol 10, No 1 (2016)

Table of Contents


Public Relations in the State Institutions from Galati PDF HTML
Daniela Popa, Andreea Constanța Bostan

College Students and Smartphone Ownership: Symbolic meanings and Smartphone Consumption among Nigerian Students PDF HTML
Olusegun Fariudeen Liadi

The Interpretation of the Krishan Chandar’s Story “The Resignation of Satan” as an Aspect of Perception of a Foreign Culture: The Methodological Aspect PDF HTML
Indira Gazieva

The folklore - nationalism relationship in the Balkans Case study "WHOSE IS THIS SONG? "By Adela Peeva PDF HTML
Lorena Nedelcu

Media Communication

News Agency Website Agenda on Religion. Comparative Analysis on and PDF HTML
Aurelia Ana Vasile

Decentralization of communication in Social Media. Case Study: Online Communication Strategy of the "Save a Heart" Association PDF HTML
Tănase Tasenţe, Vlad Placinta

How is Social Media Influencing the Way we Communicate? PDF HTML
Diana Gherghita-Mihaila

“Sense and Sensibility” at an Event in Digital Media PDF HTML
Claudia Chiorean (Talașman)


Iulius Scriban in the German Occupied Bucharest (1917-1918) and the Accusations that Followed PDF HTML
Adrian Dutuc

How Brand Jealousy Influences the Relationship between Brand Attachment and Word of Mouth Communication PDF HTML
Burcu İlter, Nilay Bıçakcıoğlu, İlkin Ögel Yaran

Journalism – the Oddities of a Profession PDF HTML
Fanel Teodorascu