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Electronic: 2247-6571


Articles:
NONGOVERNMENT SECTOR FIGHTING CANCER IN ROMANIA
Adela Elena POPA, Ionela VLASE, Felicia MORÂNDĂU


FAMILY'S SOCIO-ECONOMIC SITUATION IN THE ROMANIAN ROOM AS COMPARED WITH OTHER COUNTRIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

Abstract
The situation of family for the last 25 years begins to be increasingly of concern for social policies at national and European level, under the conditions in which, this institution is already regarded as endangered since the beginning of the third millennium. The last graphs of the 2011 Census indicate that Romania’s population is on a continuing decrease trend, based on birth-rates and higher divorce numbers, while similar phenomena are also encountered in other Western countries of the EU. The challenges and reasons behind these data raise questions about the chances of the youths to set-up their family. Statistical data can highlight part of reasons and answers. The paper intends to make a comparative analysis regarding the development of some socio-economic indicators in the Romanian area against other EU countries. The topic required multidisciplinary research in the effort of understanding the reasons determining the decrease of autochtonous populations by using, mainly, statistical indicators on various areas of interest. Fertility, infant mortality, marital status, divorce rate, evolution of monoparental families, social services, education and the number of households are only part of the key-indicators proposed for determining the reasons representing vulnerabilities and triggering this decline. The approached topic is necessary for identifying and determining some efficient policies to assist family as main institution by which the stability and development of a safe and sound society is ensured for future generations.
Keywords
fertility, infant mortality, divorce rate, illiteracy, monoparental families, social services

Author
Sebastian FITZEK
PhD, Senior Researcher, Institute for Quality of Life Research, Romanian Academy, Romania. E-mail:sebastian_thomas2000@yahoo.com/sebastian.fitzek@comunicare.ro

How to cite
Fitzek, S. (2016). FAMILY'S SOCIO-ECONOMIC SITUATION IN THE ROMANIAN ROOM AS COMPARED WITH OTHER COUNTRIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, Journal of Community Positive Practices, Nr. 2/2016, 86-106


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