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HIGHER ROMANIAN EDUCATION POST-BOLOGNA: REQUIRED CHANGES, INSTRUMENTS AND ETHICAL ISSUES
Alexandru-IonuPetri?or
Acta Didactica Napocensia , 2011,
Abstract: In 1999 Romania became part of the Bologna process, focused on the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System, design to increase the compatibility of European universities, ensuring the mobility of students and professors in the context of re-orienting education to the formation of competences continuously adapted to market requirements. This model draws the new education system closer to American education. The paper analyzes the importance of evaluation, proposing solutions to increase teaching efficiency, and also the often negative influence of promotion criteria, based on their characteristic ethical aspects. The paper underlines the importance of continuous evaluation based on more requirements, resulting into a more correct assessment of performance, but also the evaluation of the efficiency of the course and instructor by the students, proposing its assignment to an independent structure to diminish the bias of results. The paper also analyses the importance of promotion criteria based on the scientific activity and management of research in the detriment of focusing on teaching. The implications relate to the fact that management of research does not measure teaching performance or the professional profile, while scientometric measurements of results have profound ethical consequences, leading to a distorted scientific behavior and neglected teaching duties.
New approach for elaborating environmental studies as part of Romanian territorial plans
Alexandru-IonuPetri?or
Urbanism. Arhitectura. Constructii , 2013,
Abstract: While the science of ecology progressed towards a systemic approach, due to being a regulated activity, territorial planning was unable to keep up with its developments. As a consequence, the elaboration of environmental studies as a part of urban and spatial plans utilizes in Romania an outdated methodology. In parallel with it, several studies employed a new methodology, developed in accordance with the principles of systemic ecology. This paper attempts to develop an analytical framework to compare the two approaches. The results indicate that the new methodology has numerous advantages and should be used despite of not being imposed by the regulatory framework.
Multi-, trans- and inter-disciplinarity, essential conditions for the sustainable development of human habitat
Alexandru-IonuPetri?or
Urbanism. Arhitectura. Constructii , 2013,
Abstract: While the hierarchy of inter-, trans- and multi-disciplinarity is not commonly agreed upon, the vast majority of authors emphasize the utility of integrating to more or lesser extent different disciplines in research. The paper analyzes the particular case of the disciplines dealing with the design of human habitat, in order to prove that a supra-disciplinary approach is an essential condition for a sustainable output. The results indicate that, in addition to the need for crossing disciplinary borders, a multi-scale approach is also required.
Utilizarea eficient a resurselor n contextul dezvolt rii durabile a diferitelor categorii de teritorii
Alexandru-IonuPetri?or
Urbanism. Arhitectura. Constructii , 2010,
Abstract: Numerous studies revealed the existence of development gaps among Romanian regions, pinpointing two areas with an extremely low level of development: Moldova and Oltenia. This paper analyzes one of the possible explanations: the distribution of resources and their consumption, in an attempt to substantiate the Territorial Development Strategy of Romania. The results indicate that the lack of resources could constitute a possible cause of underdevelopment, but, in the absence of data, are inconclusive with respect to the consumption of resources.
Metodologie bazat pe utilizarea datelor CORINE pentru analiza st rii de calitate a patrimoniului natural n cadrul documenta iilor de amenajare a teritoriului i de urbanism
Alexandru-IonuPetri?or
Urbanism. Arhitectura. Constructii , 2011,
Abstract: The objectives of urban and spatial planning include sustainable development and environmental protection, and are partially achieved by elaborating documents that describe the existing situation, underline dysfunctions and propose strategies to resolve them. Environmental issues, reflected n changes of land cover and use, can be analyzed using data of the European CORINE program. Advantages relate to the fact that data are freely available and usable n Geographic Information System, whilst the disadvantage is that long periods between updates makes them useful mostly at the level of the regions of development and national territory.
Evaluarea riscului datorat schimb rilor climatice n por iunea romaneasc a bazinului hidrografic Tisa
Alexandru-IonuPetri?or
Urbanism. Arhitectura. Constructii , 2010,
Abstract: Due to their important effects on agricultural and natural systems, clime change constitute an important scientific issue. Among the challenges, assessing the impact of different of different scenarios plays an important role. This study starts from the Romanian contribution to the ESPON Program and proposes a GIS-based evaluation of risk due to clime changes in the Romanian part of Tisa river basin. The study uses data on exposure (current and predicted temperatures and precipitations) and vulnerability (natural protected areas, area under the Carpathian Convention, agricultural and forested surfaces). The results indicate that Timi and Arad counties are mostly exposed, while the highest vulnerability is found in Hunedoara County. Combining the two pieces of information, the maximum risk due to clime changes is found in Arad County.
Levels of Biological Diversity: a Spatial Approach to Assessment Methods
ALEXANDRU-IONUPETRI?OR
Romanian Review of Regional Studies , 2008,
Abstract: Biological diversity, interpreted as a variety of natural and man-dominated biological and ecological systems, plays an important role in assuring their stability and can be interpreted at different spatial scales, based on the hierarchical level of the system (biocoenose/ ecosystem, biome/complex of ecosystem, biosphere/ecosphere). Literature distinguishes six levels of biodiversity, namely alpha, beta, gamma, delta, epsilon, and omega. The current paper lists methodologies appropriate for assessing diversity at each of these levels, with a particular focus on regional diversity (gamma, delta, and epsilon diversities), i.e. CORINE land cover classification and the biogeographical regions of the European Union.
Jan Gehl – Ora e pentru oameni, 269 pag., trad. S. Gugu, igloomedia, 2012, ISBN 978-606-8026-16-9
Alexandru-IonuPetri?or,Liliana Elza Petri?or
Urbanism. Arhitectura. Constructii , 2013,
Abstract: No abstract available, this is a book review.
Characteristics of Areas Vulnerable to Climate Change in the Romanian Tisa Catchment Area
ALEXANDRU IONUPETRI?OR,GEORGIANA TOTH,ALINA CHICO?
Romanian Review of Regional Studies , 2010,
Abstract: The article summarizes the analysis carried out in two European projects in progress on the Romanian territory of the Tisa Catchment Area and aims to identify areas vulnerable to climate change, and their socio-demographic characterization. In areas identified, the most exposed category of the population is elderly and the most affected economic activity is agriculture.
Instruments for assessing the biological diversity applied to socio-economic systems. Case study: Romanian regions of development
Alexandru-IonuPetri?or,Ioan Iano?
Urbanism. Arhitectura. Constructii , 2012,
Abstract: When referring to environmental diversity, the components (the variety of ecological systems and species, the genetic diversity, and the heterogeneity of anthropized and anthropic systems) vary at different spatial scales. This study proposes a method for assessing the latter component, based on a correlation between its spatial levels and the territorial statistical units. Consequently, Shannon-Wiener's informational entropy index, its associated measure of evenness, and Simpson's measure of dominance are used to characterize three components of the ethno-cultural diversity in Romania: ethnic, religious, and territorial. The results indicate that the three components exhibit lower values than natural systems, suggesting the possibility of assimilating them to young systems, and display a heterogeneous spatial distribution varying in time and across components influenced by administrative and political changes, which seem to control anthropic systems.
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