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 9, No 1 (2015)

Table of Contents


Communication and Advertising in the Sphere of Social Imaginary PDF HTML
Mirela Arsith

Mentoring Program as an Instrument of Enhancing Mentees’ Self- Efficacy PDF HTML
Azman Ismail, Nor’Ain Abdullah, Norshaffika Izzaty Zaiedy, Asmuni Ghani, Najihah Omar

The Role of Human in Relation between Urban Life & Philosophy PDF HTML
Qodratullah Qorbani

Multi and Interculturality

The Social Protection of Children with Families within Temporary Labor Migration PDF HTML
Mihaela Rus, Mihaela Luminita Sandu, Ionel Simionca

Interpersonal Personality Type as a Result of the Manifestations of Ethnic Groups Individuals from Dobrogea PDF HTML
Sandu Mihaela, Georgescu Stefan, Rus Mihaela

Strategy and Culture: Hidden Secrets and Soft Skills in Supply Chain Best Practices from Africa PDF HTML
Esther Kibuka-Sebitosi

Intercultural Communication and Active Cohabitation PDF HTML
Vasile Burtea

Book Review

Book Review of “Personal Connections in the Digital Age” PDF HTML
Ali Shehzad Zaidi

Some Remarks on Mark Twain and Translation PDF HTML
Frédéric Dumas