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Economic Dynamics and Sustainable Development – Resources, Factors, Structures and Policies

Proceedings ESPERA 2015 – Part 1 and Part 2

Edited By Luminita Chivu, Constantin Ciutacu, Valeriu Ioan-Franc and Jean-Vasile Andrei

The book is dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the Romanian Academy. It contains the most valuable 100 papers presented at the International Conference «Economic Scientific Research – Theoretical, Empirical and Practical Approaches» (ESPERA 2015). The event is initiated annually by the National Institute for Economic Research «Costin C. Kirițescu» of the Romanian Academy. ESPERA aim to present and evaluate the economic scientific research portfolio as well as to argue and substantiate development strategies, including European and global best practices. ESPERA intend to become a scientific support for the conceptualization and the establishment of policies and strategies and to provide a systematic, permanent, wide and challenging dialogue within the European area of economic and social research.

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Written Press Reflecting Social Problems: A Research on the Libertatea Daily Newspaper (Mona Simu)


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Mona Simu1

Written Press Reflecting Social Problems: A Research on the Libertatea Daily Newspaper2

Abstract: Using the content analysis method – namely frequency analysis – 57 press articles have been analyzed, looking for the way in which social problems in nowadays Romanian society are being reflected in these texts. The aim was to obtain a media ‘picture’ of the social problematic aspects of the society, and the distribution of the social problems covered by written press. The analysis was applied on one of the main national daily Romanian journals – Libertatea newspaper– the researched period being the month of January 2015.

The conclusions of this preliminary work reveal a real interest of this particular publication for social issues, the covering of a large range of social problems from all the society’s domains. In the obtained hierarchy, the first three places are occupied by poverty, criminality and lack of education issues. Unemployment and corruption were also in high places.

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