Annals of the University of Craiova for Journalism, Communication and Management

Annals of the University of Craiova for Journalism, Communication and Management

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  • Publisher: Center for Scientific Research in Communication Sciences, Media and Public Opinion (CCSCMOP)
  • Country of publisher: romania
  • Date added to EuroPub: 2019/Nov/13

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  • LCC Subject Category: Journalism, Communication, Social Sciences, Media Studies, Management
  • Publisher's keywords: Journalism, Management, Communication, Culture And Life, Philosophy, Psychology, Media Business
  • Language of fulltext: english
  • Time from submission to publication: weeks

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  • Year open access content began: 2015
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This journal has '41' articles

The Existence of Disagreements in Organisational Entities - Source of the Occurrence of Conflicts at Work

The Existence of Disagreements in Organisational Entities - Source of the Occurrence of Conflicts at Work

Authors: Grabara Janusz, Bunaciu Mircea
Year: 2015, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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The organisational entity as a whole can provide the context in which high levels of motivation can be reached, by providing incentives and rewards, satisfaction in work and possibilities to learn and develop. To do this, it is necessary to understand the motivational process in organisational entities, which leads to eliminating the possibilities of occurrence of conflicts in these organisations. The idea that many conflicts are part of the life of modern organisations is admitted increasingly more nowadays. The division of labour and the specialisation of tasks create distinct and complex entities at the level of organisations

Keywords: organisational entity, disagreement, organisational conflict, conflict diagnosis
Public Relations Profile in Current Postmodern Context

Public Relations Profile in Current Postmodern Context

Authors: Kot Sebastian, Teodorescu Bianca
Year: 2015, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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This study is based on meta-analytic method and it clarifies the concept of public relations in our postmodern life. Even we know that the public relations have over 400 definitions, they are adjusting while the times passes and because of that, people from the field of communication and public relation have to be more creative than before. An organization can’t promote its image without the instruments of public relations; this mean that every organization that wants notoriety must apply to people from public relations to realize a campaign in order to inform the public about the existence of the company. A campaign of public relation is a process that have the purpose of development the image of a company and to promote it inside different groups of a society. The public relations campaign is starting from the moment when it’s fixing the purposes and then passing into action in achieving its objectives. Every campaign of public relation is based on creative people who are using the instruments of media properly. If in the past was a problem in promoting an image, nowadays it is becoming easier through social media

Keywords: public relations, communication, media, social media, campaign
Discovering Communication Routes in Translation

Discovering Communication Routes in Translation

Authors: Badea Simina
Year: 2015, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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Various areas of knowledge provide the opportunity to discover and explore communication routes in all fields of human activity involving intuition, creative power, even speculative insight. The aim of this study is to point out such communication routes in translation, a tool of paramount importance in the arsenal of the comparatist as a translator of legal culture. A recurrent theme in debates about the nature and aims of comparative law, the concept of legal culture has aroused the interest of comparative law scholars, especially after the 1990s. Considering the strong relationship between language, culture and law, one can rightly note that a comparatist, while inevitably assuming the role of translator, should constantly undergo a process of becoming an intercultural person, one mediating between (at least) two legal cultures. He should identify similarities and interpret differences that exist between legal systems for the purpose of establishing communication in a cultural framework, thus contributing to the dislocation of functionalist, instrumentalist understandings of law and focusing on meaning as determined by context.

Keywords: language, law, legal culture, translation, communication
Media and the public opinion within the current political-economic context

Media and the public opinion within the current political-economic context

Authors: Stanescu Georgiana Camelia
Year: 2015, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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Within the last 25 years, the influence of the media has increased exponentially along with technological developments, at first via radio broadcasts, newspaper and magazine dissemination, then via television, and, today, over the Internet. We live in a society that relays on information and communication, since they decidedly influence each of our daily activities. Hence, it has come to such situations that noteworthy lobby companies in the United States would not confirm the President’s attendance at an event, if the press were not present at that event. Based on the Theory of Democracy, the media desideratum is to propagate social, economic or political information, to correctly and timely inform the individuals, who, in their turn, shall influence, by vote, any decision-making process. It is this very important role that the media plays in today’s society, for it came to influence key segments of the economic, political and even legal sectors.

Keywords: media, public, opinion, political-economic context, Internet
What kind of leader is a manager?

What kind of leader is a manager?

Authors: Dumitru Aurelia, Motoi Alina Georgiana, Budica Andrei Bogdan
Year: 2015, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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This study aims to clarify the difference between leader and manager in the environment of economic and communication specific tourism field. Used method is one of meta-analytic nature; it consists of primarily configuration of set up of two epistemic nuclei and in analyzing them parallely. A first nucleus is that of leader-leadership relationship and the second nucleus is formed of manager-management relationship; significative joints of this two nuclei are comparatively analyzed. Common or similar features differentiating features are brought into convergence to create two clear portraits, one for leader and one for manager. The leader and the manager must accomplish two types of tasks

Keywords: problem solving, social functions, leader, manager, leadership, management
Cicero - an Investigative Journalist

Cicero - an Investigative Journalist

Authors: Strechie Madalina
Year: 2015, Volume: 1, Number: 1
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A great Roman scholar, Cicero was also a brilliant investigative journalist ahead of his time. By the Catilinarian Orations, as well as his speech against Verres, Cicero made not only one of the most beautiful, coursebook speeches, but also genuine journalistic investigations, using sources, means and instruments worthy of a detective. By exposing Catiline's coniuratio in the Roman Senate, Cicero thus made public his journalistic investigation, in the absence, at that time, of written or electronic newspapers, but having writing and words at hand. Like a fine political analyst, Cicero made public his investigation by the four memorable speeches in the Roman Senate, being a true advocate of the Roman state, as his speech ended with the arrest of Catiline. Through In Verrem, the great Roman orator made an economic investigation, being this time a genuine economic journalist, collecting evidence and data, analyzing economic registers, thus investigating the route of finances etc., unmasking, all through the power of the spoken word, the corruption, embezzlement, economic crimes of Verres. We have chosen as case studies these two famous speeches (In Verrem and In Catilinam) for shaping the image of this "universal journalist" that Cicero was.

Keywords: speeches, journalistic investigations, Cicero, coniuratio, corruption
The Correlation Analysis Between the Public Debt, the Budget Deficit and GDP in Romania

The Correlation Analysis Between the Public Debt, the Budget Deficit and GDP in Romania

Authors: Grabara Janusz, Brezeanu Petre, Paun Ana-Petrina
Year: 2016, Volume: 2, Number: 1
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The way in which the state manages the public debt represented always and will continue to represent a subject of real importance, and the discussions regarding the level of budget deficit, the degree of indebtedness and their implications on social prosperity are of important actuality as much as national level as also at European Union level. In this paper it is presented the dependence between the Romanian public debt and its budget deficit, the dependence between the Romanian public debt and its GDP, in tandem with the ARX model time variation, rending evident the residuum.

Keywords: public debt, budget deficit, GDP
Methods of Rehabilitation of the Power Plant Settling Ponds Paroseni

Methods of Rehabilitation of the Power Plant Settling Ponds Paroseni

Authors: Balog Michal, Radu Sorin Mihai, Tataru Dorin
Year: 2016, Volume: 2, Number: 1
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One of the environmental problems caused by Thermal Power plants in Romania is the waste generated from the combustion of fossil fuels. The ash produced from the combustion process is stored in settling ponds associated to the plants. Paroseni Thermal Plant ash is deposited in tailings ponds of Caprisoara Valley. Upon completion of these tailing ponds, they have to be rehabilitated and reintroduced in the natural cycle. In this paper we present some natural methods of rehabilitation of tailing pounds and reintroduction of them in natural circuit by re-cultivation.

Keywords: rehabilitation, thermal power plant, ash
The Relation of Managerial Communication - Public Management Conflicts and Crisis

The Relation of Managerial Communication - Public Management Conflicts and Crisis

Authors: Kot Sebastian, Bunaciu Mircea
Year: 2016, Volume: 2, Number: 1
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Abstract

Being a basic function of management, communication is a process of transforming the information as symbolic messages between two or several individuals, some with the status of transmitter and others with the status of receiver, by means of some specific channels. Over time, the concept of communication has experienced several very different meanings. In literature, the exact meaning of the concept of communication is still the topic of some lively debates, and the perspectives addressed and the methods are particularly varied.

Keywords: organizational communication, public administration, managerial communication, conflict situations, crisis management
Mining Technological System's Performance Analysis

Mining Technological System's Performance Analysis

Authors: Radu Sorin Mihai, Chmielarz Witold, Andras Andrei
Year: 2016, Volume: 2, Number: 1
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The mining production systems, both for underground and open pit extraction consist mainly in a string of equipment starting with the winning equipment (shearer loader, in case of underground longwall mining or bucket wheel excavator in case of open pit mining), hauling equipment (armored face conveyor in longwall mining or the on-board belt conveyor in case of excavators), main conveying equipment (belt conveyor in both cases), transfer devices, stock pile or bunker feeding equipment. This system of mainly serially connected elements is characterized by the throughput (overall amount of bulk coal respectively overburden rock produced), which is dependent on the functioning state of each involved equipment, and is strongly affected also by the process inherent variability due to the randomness of the involved processes (e.g. the cutting properties of the rock). In order to model and simulate such production systems, some probabilistic methods are applied arising from the artificial intelligence approach, involving unit operations and equipment, as the overall system as a whole, namely the Monte Carlo simulation, neural networks, fuzzy systems, and the Load Strength Interference methods. The results obtained are convergent and offer the opportunity for further developments of their application in the study of mining production systems.

Keywords: mining, technology, system, analysis, performance
About The Romanian Way of Branding

About The Romanian Way of Branding

Authors: Arhip Odette
Year: 2016, Volume: 2, Number: 1
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To build a brand in Romania is not an easy or accomplished task. All the attempts after 1990 failed as they offered too general and unspecific features conveying no meaning about the country and its people. The present contribution mainly comments upon the campaign for Sibiu as a cultural capital in 2007. Although quite a long period passed and another Romanian city will have another chance in 2021, nothing seems to be improved. In 2007, the strategy was not coherent in its readability, listenability and visual presentation as a persuasive presentation of Romania. Too many foreign themes, subjects and structures were mixed up neglecting Romanian specificity or imposing an external perspective in which the target market cannot be found. No matter how well is crafted or superbly presented your message/brand, its communication value is defined by its own unique context.

Keywords: brand, Romania, icon, strategy, culture
The Libraries in the Byzantine Empire (330-1453)

The Libraries in the Byzantine Empire (330-1453)

Authors: Nedelcu Silviu-Constantin
Year: 2016, Volume: 2, Number: 1
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This paper has as objective presenting main types of libraries who existed during the Byzantine Empire. The five types of existent libraries – imperial, patriarchal, monastic, private and universitary, had a complex evolution during the history of Byzance. The beginning of those libraries is represented by the inauguration of the new imperial capital, by emperor Constantine the Great (306-337) in 330. The new imperial capital, Constantinople city, had several buildings which were inaugurated by Emperor Constantine including two libraries

Keywords: Byzantine Empire, Constantine the Great, Libraries
Cultural Journalist Eminescu and the Theatre from Bucharest

Cultural Journalist Eminescu and the Theatre from Bucharest

Authors: Bitoleanu Iulian
Year: 2016, Volume: 2, Number: 1
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Eminescian cultural journalism means to dedicate several articles to literature, language, folklore, theater, religion, education and culture. In this paper, I pointed out that, of the 20 items about theater, 11 are dramatic chronics and 9 are theatrical dissertations. Like inter-war Camil Petrescu, the journalist Eminescu exceeded in the 8th and 9th decades of the nineteenth century and reviewed the status on all facets of this art of Thalia. From the hottest actors, performers game, fame authors, director role - intrinsic problems - from economic and sociological literature, such as salaries, the attitude of theatrical heads (anagers) public empathy. Success depends not only on the performance on stage or the sounds of the playwright - among those approached by the journalist

Keywords: journalism, cultural journalism, Eminescu, Bucharest theatre
Public Relations Campaign in the Internet Era

Public Relations Campaign in the Internet Era

Authors: Teodorescu Bianca
Year: 2016, Volume: 2, Number: 1
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The study is based on the development of the public relations’ campaign from 2000 to 2016 and how they influenced the public. For this research it was used the meta-analytical method. In 2000 the era of Internet has been started, but wasn’t at the same level how it is today. People from the field of Communication and Public Relation together with the company and its clients begun to learn how to use the Internet in order to improve the strategy of the public relations’ campaign. A major influence given by the power of the Internet causes the launches of the social media

Keywords: public relations, social media, communication, strategy, present

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