In contemporary society, propaganda has a major impact due to the new technologies in the media (satellite television, the Internet) that ensure the rapid and instant transmission of information, thus expanding the audience. The concept of propaganda acts systematically in support of a doctrine, in order to persuade a large mass of individuals. It is generally associated with a negative action, considered to be reprehensible, and this is the consequence of the attempts that various totalitarian regimes have manifested abusively. Basically, propaganda is a conscious communication act with a political and revolutionary character representing a strategy of social influence. The element of difference is misinformation. Thus, this concept can be one of integration and consolidation of the society or, on the contrary, it can be a factor of agitation.
Social media has become an informational decision-making vector due to the rapid transfer and permanent consumption of messages by the population. In this virtual environment, information changes its qualitative and quantitative form, from real, manipulated to a fabricated form. As information grows, it travels more rapidly, responding to the needs and expectations of individuals, and at the same time there are the dangers of its distortion and intoxication, affecting the perception of the receptors. Fake news is a phenomenon created by social media, in which the communication scheme is vicious, it occurs due to the lack of information of the users. Fake news produces confusion and distraction, leading to fragmented public opinion. At international level, the act of combating this phenomenon was implemented by the authorities on a legislative basis, adopting anti-fake news laws with drastic sanctions, which differ according to the form of government in each state. The first country in the world to introduce an anti-fake news law is Malaysia. And the first European democratic state to initiate two bills against false information is France.
The two concepts, knowledge management and project management have been steadily developing in recent years, with the current effort being the creation of a synergic effect from the two. The article demonstrates the need for a structured framework to group and facilitate the reuse of information and the generation of new knowledge in project management. In this context, knowledge management meets these requirements, providing a tool for improving project management practices. The article contains a review of the advantages and benefits that developers can get by adopting and implementing a project management strategy. An important contribution of the article is to develop a way to apply knowledge management in project management. This starts from the idea that a knowledge management cycle consists of four stages, which can also be applied in project management, and the knowledge passing through these stages goes through a filter, improves and generates a new knowledge.
The transformation processes of society in recent years, the transition to post industrialism and the knowledge society are all challenges for the education system and training. Along with providing access to education, to gain a highly qualified level, the relevance and quality of training of learners has become significant. In this context, quality assurance in vocational education and training, acquires new meanings and involving new institutional roles. Education more than any other area involves opening and to include social and cultural systems in all their complexity, their knowledge and analysis, comparison between forms of training between different educational systems, association and dissociation operated with lucidity and objectivity. Being a teacher means having a major awareness of responsibilities, shaping the young generation for the study, discovering their personal way, their vocation, their own sense in relation to world, profession, becoming the a human for society. The teacher cannot be trapped in an unique formula of education and cannot ignore the diversity of pedagogical approaches in teaching.
In this paper we wanted to demonstrate that improving swimming performance, even over a short period of time, requires a centralized training program. The subjects of the research were checked on a distance of 50m freestyle before and after the application of the centralized training program, and the results were compared with those from the control group who did not benefit from the centralized training program, the latter ones having participated only in the classes of the approved syllabus. All the results from the research were interpreted objectively, the resulting figures being the actual support of this study. The tests and the program applied proved relevant in view of the purpose of this study
Given the effects that swimming has on the body, the improvement of general health and recreation, it can be considered a mass sport. It can be practiced from the first months of life to old age, because the effort can be modified at least according to age and health.
It is one of the most complete sports because of the changes it brings to the body as well as the hygiene conditions in which it is practiced. It is beneficial to all functions, organs, exerts an increased demand for all muscle groups as well as general body attitude.
Swimming is recognized as a very enjoyable, relaxing and prophylactic activity that almost everyone can enjoy.