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Marius Lazăr

în post-comunism, In M.D. Gheorghiu and M. Lupu Mihăiță (eds.): Mobilitatea elitelor în România secolului al XX-lea [The mobility of Romanian elites in the 19 th century] . București: Ed. Paralela 45, pp. 392-421. Sapiro, G. (1999). La Guerre des écrivains. 1940-1953 . Paris: Fayard. Scott, J. (2000). Social network analysis: a handbook , London: Sage. Şiulea, C. (2003). Retori, simulacre, impostori. Cultură şi ideologii în România [Rectors, simulacre, impostors. Culture and ideologies in Romania]. București: Compania. Tănase, S. (2002

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Mahmood Messkoub

North Africa . Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Islam, I. (2009). The Global Economic Crisis and Developing Countries: Transmission Channels, Fiscal and Policy Space and the Design of National Responses. Geneva: ILO, Employment Sector, Working Paper No. 36. Islam, R. (2004). The Nexus of Economic Growth, Employment and Poverty Reduction: An Empirical Analysis. Geneva: ILO. Karshenas, M. and Moghadam. V. (Eds) (2006). Social Policy in the Middle East and North Africa. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, and Geneva: UN Research Institute for Social

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Peter Lloyd-Sherlock

:// Sharif Ismail, Ruth Thorlby and Holly Holder (2014) Focus on: social care for older people. Reductions in adult social services for older people in England. London. The Health Foundation and the Nuffield Trust Kingdon, J. (1984). Agendas, alternatives, and public policies. Boston: Little, Brown. 240p. Kreager, P., & Schroder-Butterfill, E. (2015). Differential impacts of migration on the family networks of older

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Ionuţ Földes and Veronica Savu

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Pearl A. Dykstra and Gunhild O. Hagestad

, welfare state regimes and gender stratification. Current Sociology, 44(2): 48–77. OECD (2015). Pensions at a Glance 2015: OECD and G20 Indicators. Paris: OECD Publishing. 375p. Orloff, A. S. (1993). Gender and the social rights of citizenship: The comparative analysis of gender relations and welfare states, American Sociological Review, 58(3): 303–28. Post, W., Van Imhoff, E., Dykstra, P. A., & Van Poppel, F. (1997). Verwantschaps-netwerken in Nederland: Verleden, heden en toekoms t [Kinship networks in the Netherlands: Past, present and future

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Ionuţ Földes

., and Vuorela, U. (2002). The transnational family: new European frontiers and global networks. New York: Berg - Oxford International Publishers. Culic, I. (2004). Metode avansate în cercetarea socială: analiza multivariată de interdependență [Advanced methods of statistical analysis: multivariate analysis of interdependence]. Iași: Polirom. Centre for Urban and Regional Studies - CURS. (2011). The impact of migration on older parents left behind in Romania (IPIA survey). Diminescu, D. (2009). Exercițiul dificil al liberei circulații: o

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Norbert Petrovici

-232. Cucu, A.-S., and Culic, I. (2012). Procese de configurare a claselor sociale în România. O analiză relaţională a căsătoriilor pentru cinci generaţii [Processes of social class configuration in Romania: a correspondence analysis of marriages across five generations]. In T. Rotariu and V. Voineagu (Eds.), Inerţie şi schimbare. Dimensiuni sociale ale tranziţiei în România [Inertia and change. Social dimensions of transition in Romania]. Iaşi: Polirom, pp. 159-170. Culic, I. (2002). Câștigătorii: elita politică și democratizare în România 1989-2000 . Cluj: Limes

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Abril Saldaña-Tejeda

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Bianca Balea

Europe. In M. Ragnedda and G. Muschert (eds): The Digital Divide: The Internet and Social Inequality in International Perspective . London: Routledge. DiMaggio, P., Hargittai, E., Celeste, C., and Shafer, S. (2004). Digital Inequality: From unequal access to differentiated use . New York: Sage. Facer, K., Furlong, R. (2001). Beyond the myth of the 'cyberkid': Young people at the margins of the information revolution. Journal of Youth Studies , 4(4): 451-469. Fizesan [Balea], B. (2012). Digital engagement among children in Eastern Europe. Studia

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Stella Babalola, Joshua O. Akinyemi and Clifford O. Odimegwu

Change in the Philippines. Communication Research, 27, 723-763. Kincaid, D. L. 2000b. Social networks, ideation, and contraceptive behavior in Bangladesh: a longitudinal analysis. Social science & medicine, 50, 215-231. Kodzi, I. A., Casterline, J. B. and Aglobitse, P. 2010. The time dynamics of individual fertility preferences among rural Ghanaian women. Stud Fam Plann, 41, 45-54. Lamidi, E. O. 2015. State variations in women’s socioeconomic status and use of modern contraceptives in Nigeria. PLoS One, 10, e0135172. Maïga, A., Hounton