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Premises of Sustainable Development Concept Occurence

REFERENCES Antonescu, D. (2011). Dezvoltarea regională. Tendinţe. Mecanisme. Instituţii . Bucureşti: Top Form. Diesendorf, M. (2001). Sustainability and Sustainable Development , available at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/5171554_Models_of_sustainability_and_sustainable_development , accessed on 10 January 2019. Division for Sustainable Development Goals, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations Secretariat Building. (2012). United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development Rio+20 , available at: https

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Security Awareness in Romania – Security Culture and Social Responsibility Development Pillar

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This article brings into discussion the current state of security culture in Romania as well as the impact that the development of security education has in the training of young people who are socially responsible and aware of the importance of internalizing the basic concepts in ensuring individual and national security. The analysis continues with success factors to be pursued in public-private partnerships as a means of promoting education and security culture among young people, along with identifying recommendations for their development and improvement. Security education represents a pillar for developing a strong security culture. Therefore, increasing the security awareness among the population, especially of the young people enrolled in various educational stages, must become a priority on the strategic agendas.

This paper analyzes the steps performed so far in Romania and looks into the benefits such a strategy could bring to cybersecurity, especially by developing a framework for sustainable partnerships in the security field.

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The Main Evolution References of Copyright in Antiquity and the Modern Era

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The present study integrates into the complex scientific approach of investigating the legal protection of the rights that result from the intellectual creation in the Romanian objective law. In this regard, it analyzes the main evolutionary benchmarks of the protection of intellectual creation from ancient times to the modern era, aiming to highlight the elements of social nature that were the basis of the emergence and development of copyright. At the same time, the scientific approach addresses the issue of the emergence of copyright by combining, through the method of multi-disciplinary scientific research, the legal, social and historical sciences. In the accomplishment of the present scientific approach we used the following scientific research methods: the historical method, the logical method, the deductive-inductive method and the comparative method.

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From Human Body Digitization to Internet of Bodies toward a New Dimension of Military Operations

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Digitization of the human body, philosophically said, - the “mating” with technology, represents the fusion of electronic technology with the human biology, which reduces the barriers of physical, digital and biological life. “The Internet of bodies”, that is the imminent development of the field of digitization of the human body on a large scale, is the inevitable future of technology at this moment. Instead of devices connected to the Internet as in Internet of Things (IoT), human bodies can be connected to a network, with the potential to be controlled and monitored remotely. The Internet of bodies is from the author’s point of view the future of technology, but this future is not so far away.

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Contribution of Foreign Languages to Building the Professional Career of the Land Forces Academy Cadets

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The new requirements regarding the professionalization of the Romanian armed forces derived from our country’s becoming a NATO and EU member state. The challenges of the 21st century battlefield demand the development not only of certain soldierly skills, but also of the abilities to properly function in a multicultural context. The cadets of the military academies are the future officers that will operate in the international theatres of operations. Being engaged in multinational formations and having to work side by side with foreign military personnel, our cadets need to have a good command of the English language, as well as to acquire and develop the intercultural skills necessary to appropriately function in a multicultural environment. Thus, a shift in the curricula of the Romanian military academies has been made, from an emphasis on the transmission of knowledge content to a focus on relating language to the target culture and developing cadets’ linguistic and intercultural competences. This paper suggests some methods and techniques that have proven efficient when teaching basic military English in the Land Forces Academy.

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The Differences between the Military Field and the Civilian Fields in Terms of Intercultural Competence

://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:52018SC0014&from=EN , accessed on 01 July 2019. Fantini, A. (2007). Exploring and assessing intercultural competence . Center for Social Development. Washington University in St. Louis, available at: https://openscholarship.wustl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1815&context=csd_research , accessed on 01 July 2019. Nedelcu, A. (2008). Fundamentele educației interculturale. Diversitate, minorități, echitate. Iaşi: Editura Polirom. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). (2013). Intercultural Competences

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The Importance of Anthropometry Measurements in Analyzing the Impact of Sports Activities on Students

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Our research aims to identify the importance of anthropometry measurements and functional testing of two groups that practice sport different, the first group, the experimental group was formed by 25 students (age 10 ± 2.1 years, 13 boys and 12 girls), that practiced 2 hours a week physical education and other 2 hours a week basketball and volleyball optional courses; and the second group formed by 25 students (age 10 ± 1.8 years, 14 boys and 11 girls), that practiced 2 hours a week classic physical education.

The anthropometric tests included in the research were the measurement of height, weight, different length of superior and inferior segments, bust, spread of arms, biacromial diameter, bitrohanterian diameter and chest perimeter.

Results showed that children from the experimental group, that practiced more sports activities, developed more quickly and had better proportionality index then the sample group. Statistically significant differences were determined within the experimental group both in the initial and in the final tests (p<0.05), also significant differences were discovered between the experimental and the sample group in the final measurement (p<0.05).

Conclusions of this research showed that more physical activities can influence the development of children both in anthropometric way and in functional and health related.

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Issues in Cybersecurity: Security Challenges and Problems in the Dominican Republic

-connectivity: Intricacies of national and international cyber securities. (Doctoral dissertation). London, UK: London Metropolitan University. Dawson, M. (2018). Applying a holistic cybersecurity framework for global IT organizations. Business Information Review , 35(2), 60-67. Dawson, M., Wang, P., & Williams, K. (2018). The Role of CAE-CDE in Cybersecurity Education for Workforce Development. Information Technology-New Generations, 15th International Conference on Information Technology, 127-132. Isa, M. (2017). Crime without borders, another scourge of

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The Utility of Motor Evaluation in the Analysis of Effects of Motor Activities on Students

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This research aims to evaluate the effects of motor activities on pupils at primary education. The two samples of pupils were divided as follows: the first group, experimental group consisted of twenty-five students with the age between ten and twelve years old, thirteen boys and twelve girls, group which followed a specific program containing agonistic, playful and initiation training in sports games; and the second group, the control group, consisted of twenty-five students with the age between ten and twelve years old, fourteen boys and eleven girls, group that took the classical physical education and sports curriculum. The motor evaluation tests at which the students have been evaluated have been taken over from the national evaluation system: speed running on 50 m, 5x10 m relay race, resistance running, jumping, throw off the oina ball, abdominal force, back force, upper members force, and lower member force. The results showed that the pupils from the experimental group had better performances compared with those from the control group at the final test, indicating the effectiveness of the agonistic, playful and initiation programs in sports games. Differences in the final testing among student groups were significant in all motor tests (p <0.05). Conclusions have shown that the research hypothesis was valid, so we can say that inclusion of programs with agonistic, playful and initiation in sports games can influence in a good way the student’s motor performance at this age.

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Study of Parallel Algorithms for IP Switches

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Owing to the increase in the internet traffic, any calculation that requires more than linear time would be considered unreasonably moderate for constant applications. One cure is to utilize numerous processors to build up associations in parallel and the other is to construct low cost, high speed, large capacity non-blocking switching architecture. In this paper, our focus is on developing parallel algorithms for routing which will ensure high-speed internet connectivity and at the same time making the system to be cost effective.

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