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Comunicare și comportament organizațional

By: Mircea Oancea; Bruno Stefan

The authors present the organizations from several perspectives: sociological, psychological, philosophical, managerial. The book brings together the scientific contributions of renowned Romanian teachers.

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Atitudini și valori în administrația publică locală

By: Mrs. Bruno Stefan; Maria Manuela Ghiurutan

The book analyzes the factors that brake or accelerate the modernization of public administration and the adaptation to successful Western models. The analysis was based on an extensive study conducted within the Social Research Bureau, which included two large surveys among citizens (over 2,700 subjects), 2 surveys among authorities (over 1,000 mayors, councilors and officials), two testing campaigns (more than 500 authorities tested with the best psychological tests), ...

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Teoreticieni ai organizațiilor și managementului : Dicționar și cr...

By: Iancu Filipescu, Co-Author; Bruno Stefan, Co-Author

The most important theories about organizations are presented in this dictionary. The professional career of the authors is briefly presented, a summary of the theories and significant quotations of them or their accompanying presentations, and the bibliography helps to identify their main writings.

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Organizațiile sindicale și dilemele tranziției : Studii de psihoso...

By: Bruno Stefan, Co-Author; Corneliu Stefan Lita, Co-Author

The trade unions played a very important role in the history of Romania in 1997-1999, during the right-wing government, which proposed to restructure the socialist economy. The book shows how they have responded, how trade unions and its members have adapted to reform measures, massive layoffs. The presented psychosociological researches were coordinated by the authors of the Social Research Bureau and were the most extensive studies in Romania.

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Secuii și românii : Istoria unei neînțelegeri: Istoria unei neînțe...

By: Bruno Stefan

The book analyzes the relations between the Hungarians and the Romans in the Transylvanian region, showing that the tensions between the two ethnic groups have roots in the past, cultivated for more than 150 years by some people (from secret services, political parties, public institutions) interested in interethnic hatred to facilitate access to power and resources.

Until 1848 the Romans and Szeklers lived in peace, and the tensions were the basis of the competition between the churches in the area (Orthodox, Catholic, Reformed). The political events in Europe at that time created a nationalism that has radically changed the relations between the inhabitants of Szeklerland. History has been reinterpreted and updated to justify not only territorial claims but also the obligation to hate the other ethnicity. Today, very few leaders se...

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Secuii şi Românii : Evoluţia unei Neînţelegeri: Evoluţia unei Neîn...

By: Bruno Stefan

Szekler and the Romans: The History of a Misunderstanding, analyzes interethnic relations from the historical perspective, showing that tensions between Hungarians and Romans are rooted in the past, that the past is always reinterpreted to serve political games.

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Dimensiunile Urima Interetnice in Secuime

By: Bruno Stefan, Compiler; Anca Suditu, Co-Author

In Secuime mahele etnii depun un efort urias pentru scrierea ai rescrierea istoriei lor, pentru constructia si reconstructia sinelui etnic. In interiorul arcului carpatic, istoria cu cat steel mai veche cu atat este mai contemporana. Disputa asupra primordialitatii (cine au fost primii veniti: secuii sau romanii?) duce inevitabil lā crearea de mituri si legende. Apelul lā traditii si istorie reprezinta de fapt un instrument pentru legitimarea accesului lā resursele econo...

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New Europe, Old Jails : The European Integration of Romanian Renit...

By: Bruno Stefan

Bruno Stefanʻs book is one of the first and most detailed accounts in English of the challenges involved in integrating a post communist prison system in the European Union. The author has personally interviewed over several years hundreds of prisoners, guards, administrators, and their families. The result is a one of a Kina detailed account of daily life in Romanian prisons.

“In June 2004, Ionut Cristinel Maftei, 24, a prioner serving 5 years for stealing two horses, was kīleo in Iasi Pentientiary by the warden, Gabriel Geger. Irritated by the prisonerʻs rebellious, sarastic and annoying behavior, the warden, standing in the halo of the department, violently yanked Mafteiʻs arm while the priosner was attempting to exchange merchandise (cigarettes for cans) with another prisoner from the neighboring cell through a sort of peep hole, tausani s...

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