Journal of Socio-Human Sciences no. 1 (50) 2022

Journal of Socio-Human Sciences no. 1 (50)
CONTENT
Mihai Șleahtițchi Notes for a reinterpretation of the burnout-didactogeny binomial
https://doi.org/10.46727/jshs.2022.v50.i1.p6-20
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Eugenia-Nadia Ungureanu, Stela Gînju Theoretical-methodological retrospective of learning through discovery in order to familiarize preschoolers with nature 
https://doi.org/10.46727/jshs.2022.v50.i1.p21-36
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Maria Pleșca Psychological protection of adolescents in crises 
https://doi.org/10.46727/jshs.2022.v50.i1.p36-44
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Maria Pleșca Aggressive behavior and empathy in preadolescents 
https://doi.org/10.46727/jshs.2022.v50.i1.p45-55
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Nina Puțuntean  Approaching the issue of interculturality based on literary-artistic texts 
https://doi.org/10.46727/jshs.2022.v50.i1.p56-65
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Alina Mardari The effectiveness of the context-based aproach in teaching grammar
https://doi.org/10.46727/jshs.2022.v50.i1.p66-74
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Нагиев Орхан Гадироглу Formation of cultural and spiritual values in Azerbaijan as a consequence of “Soft Power” policy» 
https://doi.org/10.46727/jshs.2022.v50.i1.p75-86
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Ilona Popovici The influence of digital technologies on the development of students communication competence 
https://doi.org/10.46727/jshs.2022.v50.i1.p87-99
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Eleonora Varnacova …Again, Carmen … “There’s something to learn from Carmen…”. Carmen’s features in modern choreography 
https://doi.org/10.46727/jshs.2022.v50.i1.p100-108
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