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Innovative Instruments for Community Development in Communication and Education

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Edited by Maria Micle and Gheorghe Clitan

ISBN 978-615-81689-4-6 

eISBN 978-615-81793-6-2

DOI: 10.22618/TP.PCMS.20216

Volume 6 (February 2021)

Paperback, pp. 360

Place your pre-order by March 29 to sales@trivent-publishing.eu


BOOK DESCRIPTION 

The multiple facets of this volume belong to five large themes. The first theme, that of persuasion and manipulation, is studied here through electoral campaigns (i.e., mental filters used in voting manipulation, the mechanisms of vote mobilisation, manipulation and storytelling models). The institutionalization of education represents the second theme, approached here through specific interdisciplinary instruments: the intersection of higher education with public learning, the answers of the knowledge society to the issues of contemporary work problems, the institutional relationships used to solve educational problems specific to childhood and adolescence, as well as the role of media competencies in professional development. The third theme is related to the inheritance and transmission of cultural identity, instrumentalized through issues such as: the duty of intergenerational justice with regard to cultural heritage, education and vocational training in library science, the social inclusion role of public and digital libraries. The collective and cultural identity of communities represents the fourth large theme, being approached through a triple perspective: the philosophical background of restoring the political dignity of communities, the communication space as a point of a needle towards the community space, and the communicational issue of the European capital of culture programmes. Lastly, the fifth theme belongs to practical and applied philosophy, specifically philosophical counselling, debating issues such as: the identification of the communicational background for this type of counselling, the secular approach to the problem of evil from a philosophical counselling perspective, the discussion of Platon’s attitude towards suicide and of frank speech in the Epicurean school, the socio-anthropological perspective of immortality, as well as the formal approach of the relationship between real and imaginary.

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Innovative Instruments for Community Development in Communication and Education

Innovative Instruments for Community Development in Communication and Education

Edited by Maria Micle and Gheorghe Clitan

ISBN 978-615-81689-4-6 

eISBN 978-615-81793-6-2

DOI: 10.22618/TP.PCMS.20216

Volume 6 (February 2021)

Paperback, pp. 360

Place your pre-order by March 29 to sales@trivent-publishing.eu


BOOK DESCRIPTION 

The multiple facets of this volume belong to five large themes. The first theme, that of persuasion and manipulation, is studied here through electoral campaigns (i.e., mental filters used in voting manipulation, the mechanisms of vote mobilisation, manipulation and storytelling models). The institutionalization of education represents the second theme, approached here through specific interdisciplinary instruments: the intersection of higher education with public learning, the answers of the knowledge society to the issues of contemporary work problems, the institutional relationships used to solve educational problems specific to childhood and adolescence, as well as the role of media competencies in professional development. The third theme is related to the inheritance and transmission of cultural identity, instrumentalized through issues such as: the duty of intergenerational justice with regard to cultural heritage, education and vocational training in library science, the social inclusion role of public and digital libraries. The collective and cultural identity of communities represents the fourth large theme, being approached through a triple perspective: the philosophical background of restoring the political dignity of communities, the communication space as a point of a needle towards the community space, and the communicational issue of the European capital of culture programmes. Lastly, the fifth theme belongs to practical and applied philosophy, specifically philosophical counselling, debating issues such as: the identification of the communicational background for this type of counselling, the secular approach to the problem of evil from a philosophical counselling perspective, the discussion of Platon’s attitude towards suicide and of frank speech in the Epicurean school, the socio-anthropological perspective of immortality, as well as the formal approach of the relationship between real and imaginary.

This book is available in open access. 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction, Maria Micle & Gheorghe Clitan  Download PDF

CHAPTER 1

     Gheorghe Clitan, Oana-Adela Barbu-Banes Kleitsch, Mental Filters Used in Manipulating the Vote through Electoral Posters Containing Religious Symbols   Download PDF

CHAPTER 2

     Alina Romașcu, Maria Micle, The Mobilization of the Romanian Diaspora: An Overview of a Transnational Community Connected during the 2014 Presidential Elections in Romania  Download PDF

CHAPTER 3

   Tomi Paula Pompilia, The Logical Structure of Manipulation  Download PDF

CHAPTER 4

   Ștefania Bejan, The Persuasive Potential of Storytelling in Professions of Contemporary Communication  Download PDF

CHAPTER 5

   Simona Sava, Laura Malița, Simona Negomireanu, Contributions of Universities to Community Learning and Development  Download PDF

CHAPTER 6

   Aleksandra Pejatović, Miomir Despotović, Education Response to the World of Work in the Knowledge Society  Download PDF

CHAPTER 7

   Otilia Bersan, The Kindergarten-Family Partnership, a Basis for Early Childhood Education  Download PDF

CHAPTER 8

   Remus Runcan, Anxiety in Adolescence: A Literature Review  Download PDF

CHAPTER 9

   Ileana Rotaru, Training and Assessing Media Education Competence in Professional Training Programs for Teachers. The Case Study of Romania  Download PDF

CHAPTER 10

   Ileana Dascălu, Education in Cultural Heritage as a Duty of Intergenerational Justice  Download PDF

CHAPTER 11

   Regula Feitknecht, Jasmine Lovey, Vocational Training and Education in the Library and Information Professions in Switzerland: An Overview and Some Reflections  Download PDF

CHAPTER 12

   Victoria Frâncu, Digital Libraries: Their Role in Building Communities  Download PDF

CHAPTER 13

   Elena Tîrziman, Maria Micle, The Pubic Library: A Factor of Social Inclusion in the Local Community  Download PDF

CHAPTER 14

   Corina Turșie, Participatory Practices in European Capitals of Culture: The Case of Timisoara 2021  Download PDF

CHAPTER 15

   Ilie Rădoi, The European Capital of Culture Programme and Sustainable Development in a Cross-border Region Case Study: Timișoara 2021, Novi Sad 2021  Download PDF

CHAPTER 16

   Oana Șerban, Normative Gaps between Communities and Collective Identities in Governing Cultural Heritage: An Argument on How to Apply Hobbesian and Lockean Theories to Restore the Political Dignity of Communities in Their Role to Safeguard Cultural Heritage  Download PDF

CHAPTER 17

   Codruța Simionescu, Participating in the Co-creation of New Narrative regarding European Identity through European Capitals of Culture  Download PDF

CHAPTER 18

   Ferenc András, The Point of a Needle: Communication Space as a Space of Community  Download PDF

CHAPTER 19

   Aurel Codoban, The Communication Background of Philosophical Counseling Download PDF

CHAPTER 20

   Florina Haret, Philosophical Counselling as a Secular Approach to the Problem of Evil Download PDF

CHAPTER 21

   Armand A. Voinov, Plato’s Attitude Towards Suicide In The Dialogue Crito  Download PDF

CHAPTER 22

   Delia Nadolu, Bogdan Nadolu, About Immortality: a Socio-Anthropological Approach  Download PDF

CHAPTER 23

   Hîrjoi Cristian, Frank Speech in the Epicurean Philosophical School  Download PDF

CHAPTER 24

   Ionel Nariţa, Real and Imaginary  Download PDF

CHAPTER 25

   Tea Radović, The Allegory of Quantum Persona. The Absurdity of Diagnostics  Download PDF

Specific References

GHEORGHE CLITAN is Prof PhD Habil and the Head of the Philosophy and Communication Studies Department, Faculty of Political Sciences, Philosophy and Communication Studies at the West University of Timisoara. His main research interests include critical thinking, informal logic, rhetoric, pragmatics, advertising analysis and information theory. He has published articles in Romanian and international journals, studies in volumes published at international and Romanian publishing houses. He published several books and is the co-author of a Romanian guideline to help students solve the Law School Admission Tests (LSAT). He is one of nine Romanian experts in LSAT for The National Institute of Magistracy (NIM).

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