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POLICY DIALOG: THE MISSING LINK IN THE 2008 ROMANIAN HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (HPV) VACCINATION PROGRAM
Remus PRICOPIE
Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences , 2009,
Abstract: The model of the traditional decision-making deciding behind the closed doors of power is strongly eroded by the new perception of democracy, as it is gradually replaced by a model dominated not by managers, but by the management of decision. This article analyzes from the social sciences perspective a) why the Romanian 2008 HPV vaccination campaign turned out to be a failure, b) what generated the strong public rejection of a policy that the Ministry of Public Health supposed would be easily accepted by the population, and especially by the targeted group – the 10-11 years old girls and their parents. The article also seeks to offer recommendations, from the public communication perspective, regarding how policy dialogue and public participation might support the promotion of large-scale policies by involving the stakeholders at all stages of the decision-making process, and hence, avoiding unfounded social tensions and waste of valuable resources.
DANIEL COJANU, Citizenship and Identity across Europe. Global Vision, New Perspectives
VALENTINA PRICOPIE
Revista Roman? de Sociologie , 2012,
Abstract: From the European research reports on the Future of Europe to the newest fundamental White Paper on a European Communication Policy, a new perception of a transnational identity is crystallized across Europe, as a different multicultural challenge that is no more national and not yet European. That is what we intend to analyze in this study. In this context, the representatives of the European Union have come up with the initiative of some policy and strategy documents with the aim to strengthen communication between EU institutions and EU citizens, in order to clarify the perceptions on citizenship and identity issues across Europe. Thus, the White Paper on a European communication policy issued on 1 February 2006 was the natural sequel to another document published in July 2005 - an Action Plan to Improve Communicating Europe - but also to the involvement of the Commission in the debate regarding the future of Europe, materialised in what would be later called Plan D for Democracy, Dialogue and Debate, a plan launched on 13 October 2005. The link between all these debates and initiatives was the Eurobarometer, an unbiased tool of sociological measurement, which fully confirms the communication breakdown between European citizens and the institutions which represent them, but also the legitimacy of some new perspectives which were opened by those programmatic European documents.
LUMINI A RO CA, Transformations of Journalism in the Republic of Moldova: Discourses, Actors and Professional Identity
VALENTINA PRICOPIE
Revista Roman? de Sociologie , 2011,
Abstract: This study aims to identify the indicators of the transformation of journalism as profession in the Republic of Moldova. It focuses on the practitioners'anticipation of a stable professional configuration and identity in the context of a potential liberalization of the media market in this country.
Scientific Research and Public Opinion in Europe. A Preliminary Study
VALENTINA PRICOPIE
Revista Roman? de Sociologie , 2013,
Abstract: This study aims at identifying, starting from the questions and response variants proposed in the questionnaires of the Eurobarometer surveys, the forms of operationalisation of the concepts specific for the scientific research, that have been used from 1973 until 2011, without a preliminary preparation of the sample investigated in this respect. The main objective of this approach is to identify the evolution of the specialised vocabulary of the Eurobarometer, which accounts to a great extent for the forms of ambiguisation of the European discourse on scientific research and its results. Our concern is also to identify the intrusion of the scientific vocabulary in the European common language, which is in fact an unavoidable perspective, given the EU approach at interrogating the frontiers of knowledge.
NOUA POLITIC DE COMUNICARE A ADMINISTRA IEI CENTRALE EUROPENE. DOCUMENTE PROGRAMATICE
Valentina PRICOPIE
Revista Transilvan? de ?tiin?e Administrative , 2011,
Abstract: Transversal studies on emerging European communication are quite few in number, while the approach to the policies and strategies launched by the European Commission ever since 2005 is still very speci c or contingent. Our aim is to conduct a comprehensive study on what are still the early stages of the concept of ‘emerging European communication’. The article investigates four programmatic documents of the European Commission, the White Paper on a European Communication Policy, the Action Plan to ImproveCommunicating Europe, the Plan D for Democracy,Dialogue and Debate, and the Strategy Europe 2020, as well as one resolution of the European Parliament, Journalism and new media – creating a public sphere in Europe, all describing the new European communication policy. The analyzed key-directions relate to the reference point of all these debates and initiatives – the Eurobarometer, an unbiased tool of sociological measurement, which fully con rms the communication breakdown between European citizens and the institutions which represent them – the ‘favorable’ premise of a communication policy for the European Union.
Social Transparency through Recommendation Engines and its Challenges: Looking Beyond Privacy
Remus TITIRIGA
Informatica Economica Journal , 2011,
Abstract: Our knowledge society is quickly becoming a 'transparent' one. This transparency is acquired, among other means, by 'personalization' or 'profiling': ICT tools gathering contextualized information about individuals in men–computers interactions. The paper begins with an overview of these ICT tools (behavioral targeting, recommendation engines, 'personalization' through social networking). Based on these developments the analysis focus a case study of developments in social network (Facebook) and the trade-offs between 'personalization' and privacy constrains. A deeper analysis will reveal unexpected challenges and the need to overcome the privacy paradigm. Finally a draft of possible normative solutions will be depicted, grounded in new forms of individual rights.
EVOLUTION TENDENCIES SPECIFIC TO THE FIELD OF QUALITY IN THE CONTEXT OF KNOWLEDGE BASED ECONOMY
Rosca Remus
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2010,
Abstract: In the actual rivalry environment characterised by the exacerbation of the competition, quality is getting the most important factor. Sequel every organization has to consider a priority the improvement of their products quality. Set going from these realities, we consider convenient and interesting to present the most important tendencies in the field of quality, which understanding depends on the turning to account of numerous improvement opportunities.
A note on cocycle-conjugate endomorphisms of von Neumann algebras
Remus Floricel
Mathematics , 2003,
Abstract: We show that two cocycle-conjugate endomorphisms of an arbitrary von Neumann algebra that satisfy certain stability conditions are conjugate endomorphisms, when restricted to some specific von Neumann subalgebras. As a consequence of this result, we obtain a new criterion for conjugacy of Powers shift endomorphisms acting on factors of type $\rm{I}\sb{\infty}.$
A finiteness result for commuting squares of matrix algebras
Remus Nicoara
Mathematics , 2004,
Abstract: We consider a condition for non-degenerate commuting squares of matrix algebras (finite dimensional von Neumann algebras) called the \emph{span condition}, which in the case of the $n$-dimensional standard spin models is shown to be satisfied if and only if $n$ is prime. We prove that the commuting squares satisfying the span condition are isolated among all commuting squares (modulo isomorphisms). In particular, they are finiteley many for any fixed dimension. Also, we give a conceptual proof of previous constructions of certain one-parameter families of biunitaries.
Optimal Filter Estimation for Lucas-Kanade Optical Flow
Nusrat Sharmin,Remus Brad
Sensors , 2012, DOI: 10.3390/s120912694
Abstract: Optical flow algorithms offer a way to estimate motion from a sequence of images. The computation of optical flow plays a key-role in several computer vision applications, including motion detection and segmentation, frame interpolation, three-dimensional scene reconstruction, robot navigation and video compression. In the case of gradient based optical flow implementation, the pre-filtering step plays a vital role, not only for accurate computation of optical flow, but also for the improvement of performance. Generally, in optical flow computation, filtering is used at the initial level on original input images and afterwards, the images are resized. In this paper, we propose an image filtering approach as a pre-processing step for the Lucas-Kanade pyramidal optical flow algorithm. Based on a study of different types of filtering methods and applied on the Iterative Refined Lucas-Kanade, we have concluded on the best filtering practice. As the Gaussian smoothing filter was selected, an empirical approach for the Gaussian variance estimation was introduced. Tested on the Middlebury image sequences, a correlation between the image intensity value and the standard deviation value of the Gaussian function was established. Finally, we have found that our selection method offers a better performance for the Lucas-Kanade optical flow algorithm.
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