Elena Cristina Mitrea

Elena Cristina Mitrea
Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu · Department of Journalism, Public Relations, Sociology and Psychology

PhD

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In recent decades, and especially since the economic crisis, young people have been finding it more difficult to maintain or exceed the living standards of their parents. As a result, they increasingly expect socioeconomic downward mobility. We study the influence of such a pessimistic view on political attitudes, assuming that it is not so much yo...
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Student engagement is consequential for learning outcomes and is a key factor in student achievement. While its impact on educational outcomes in a face-to-face setting has made the focus of extensive research, less is known about its effects in the context of online learning, especially in Eastern Europe. The Covid-19 pandemic has forced all highe...
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This article explores factors that affect the strength of beliefs in COVID-19 conspiracy theories drawing on data collected in an online survey of undergraduate and graduate students from Romanian universities. The results indicate that students with lower socio-economic status, lower levels of news consumption in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, w...
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This study evaluates parental grit’s covariation with offspring grit and the moderating role of different parenting behaviors using an 11-country study of young adults between the ages of 18 and 35 (n = 20,008) and their parents (n = 5945). Results show that parental grit is associated with offspring’s grit with moderation of parenting present acro...
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Objectives Return to work after chronic disease is important for workers, employers and society. The process, however, is challenging. This article provides an analytical and theoretical framework for explaining this process informed by the person-environment fit theory. Methods This article uses a narrative method to (1) review the key concepts,...
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Until recently, explanations of the origins of social traits relied nearly exclusively on the environment. While early evidence in favor of biologically based accounts received mixed reactions and were slow to gain traction in the social sciences, the 2005 breakthrough study of John Alford and colleagues was followed by an explosion of studies look...
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Student engagement is consequential for learning outcomes and is a key factor in student achievement. While its impact on educational outcomes in a face-to-face setting has made the focus of extensive research, less is known about its effects in the context of online learning, especially in Eastern Europe. The Covid-19 pandemic has forced all highe...
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Journal of Pedagogy (Revista de Pedagogie) is an open access biannual peer reviewed international publication issued by the National Centre for Policy and Evaluation in Education. Journal articles and book reviews are dedicated to topics from the field of education sciences: educational policy, philosophy of education, educational theory, curriculu...

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