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, sociology, psychology, philology, philosophy, etc. 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 12, No 1 (2018)

Table of Contents

Communication and Cultural Studies

Critical analysis of press reporting on the March riots, the day of the explosion of violence, March 17, 2004 PDF
Muhamet Jahiri

The Psycho-social Effects Of Democracy On Citizens PDF
Sandu Mihaela Luminita

Managing Communal Conflicts in Africa through Electronic Media: A Case Study of Radio Nigeria in Share-Tsaragi Crisis PDF
Shittu Raji, Niyi Ameen Abdulkadir-Imam

Perception and Practice of Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) among Selected Marketing Communication Agencies in Nigeria PDF
Rasheed Ademola Adebiyi, Semiu Bello

Nonverbal Communication through Dance PDF
Mirela Arsith, Daniela Aurelia Popa Tanase

The Word in African Ontology PDF
Socrates Ebo

Strategic Organizational Communication Archetypes - Vodafone Romania Case Study PDF
Roxana Şeitan

Akèrègbè, Resourcing the Past, Communicating the Present in Shared Cultural Knowledge: A Case Study of GTB Advertising PDF
Taofeek Olaiwola Dalamu

Jack The Ripper was Romanian and He Killed Children Who Did Not Learn - The Romanian Press and the Whitechapel Murders PDF
Fanel Teodorascu

The Implications of the Eastern Orthodoxy and Romania’s Geopolitics in the South - Eastern Europe PDF
Angela Mihaela Ene