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7th section Social sciences

 

Characteristics of Labour in the Rural Areas of Serbia
 
Dragica BO®IÆ, P. MUNÆAN, Natalija BOGDANOV
 
Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade University, Belgrade-Zemun, Serbia
Corresponding author: Dragica BO®IÆ, e-mail: bozdrag@agrifaculty.bg.ac.yu
 
Abstract: Labour in agriculture may be analysed from the standpoints of economic structure of the population, its household members' structure and employment structure. According to the 1991 and 2002 censuses agricultural labour in Serbia has declined both absolutely and relatively. Based on the share of the agricultural in the total population (10.9%), i.e. the active agricultural in the total active population (15.6%) Serbia has no shortage of agricultural labour. On the other hand, both the age and education structure of agricultural labour are unfavourable raising the issue of self-reproduction. In addition, the number of household members especially individual farmers representing the key labour in agriculture, has been significantly reduced.
 
Key words: labour, gender, education, age 
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MISLEADING COMBINING FORMS: HYDR(O)-
 
Anica PERKOVIÆ*, Georgeta RAÞÃ**
 
*J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Faculty of Agriculture, Croatia
**Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara, România
Corresponding author: Anica PERKOVIC, e-mail: panica@pfos.hr
 
Abstract. The purpose of this study is to help students in chemistry and in any other field related to chemistry differentiate, better understand and use more properly the terms beginning with hydr(o)-, terms that can be misleading because of their different referent (‘hydrogen’, ‘water’, and ‘hydrargyrum’). In our attempt, we have used the lexicological approach. We have found out that there are about 84% combined words with hydr(o)- (‘hydrogen’) and hydroxy(l)-. There were no limitations to this study. The practical implication of the study is that all these combined words make up an exhaustive inventory which, if properly acquired by the students, can help them decipher more easily the meaning of any specialised text in English.     
 
Key words: hydr(o)-, loanword, combined form, derivative, back-formation, English of chemistry.
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NOTES ON TOURISM TERMINOLOGY IN THE NEW ZEALAND ENGLISH
 
Anica PERKOVIÆ*, Georgeta RAÞÃ**
 
*J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia
**Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara, România
Corresponding author: Anica PERKOVIC, e-mail: panica@pfos.hr
 
Abstract. The purpose of the study is to show if there are any differences between the British English of tourism and the New Zealand English from a globalising perspective. The study was carried out on a relatively small corpus of tourism terms (91), which we analysed from a lexicographical point of view. The study shows that most of these terms are acronyms, probably due to the speed people need to communicate nowadays. The study was limited by the fact that most of the tourism terms analysed cannot be found in English Language dictionaries. The practical implications of the study concern students in tourism economics: thus, they can get aware of the fact that though the English language spoken in New Zealand may seem identical to that spoken in Great Britain, the English of tourism may be considerably different. The originality of the paper consists in the fact that this is the first time such an inventory is being analysed in the Balkans.
 
Key words:tourism terminology, New Zealand English
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Slovak Republic POTENTIAL and Suitability for Tourism with Emphasis ON Agritourism
 
P. Otepka, M. Habán
 
Slovak University of Agriculture, Nitra, Slovak Republic
Corresponding author: Pavol OTEPKA, e-mail: Pavol.Otepka@uniag.sk
 
Abstract: The whole tourism industry, including agritourism, is growing rapidly worldwide. Slovakia, regarding its geographic location in the centre of Europe, has extremely favourable conditions for rural tourism, especially for agritourism. Beside the natural richness, such as mountains, caves, water areas, mineral waters, springs with healing effects, rich fauna and flora, also historical buildings, held in relatively good state, and many live traditional crafts can attract the modern tourists. Regarding all this, Slovakia is able to satisfy the needs of the most demanding our or foreign tourists. The main objective of this work is to briefly present the natural beauties and cultural attractions in Slovakia, its favourable conditions and development possibilities in the agritourism sector. Furthermore there are described the tasks and activities of organizations responsible for agritourism and rural tourism (EUROGITES in Europe, SARTA in Slovakia).
 
Key words: agri-tourism, agritourism, farmtourism, countryside, farmers, rural development, SWOT analysis, village
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Human resource management
 
Z. RAJiÆ, S. JELiæ, D. ®IVKOVIÆ, B. Dimitrijeviæ
 
Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade – Zemun, Serbia
Corresponding author: Zoran RAJiÆ, e-mail: zorajic@agrifaculty.bg.ac.yu
 
Abstract: Limitation of resources and its rational utilization represents the main obstacles to development of households. This paper emphasizes the luck of labour force and its unsatisfactory qualification structure, with which, under given circumstances, managers have to achieve as good results as it is possible. To get closer to that goal, the labour force managing process should start with labour force selection and evaluation of its work. The best results have been achieved with combination of scientific methods, long – term personnel planning, objective evaluation of the work and inclusion of the workers in evaluation process. The goal of all the methods is to identify the bed and the good sides of the workers, to propose how to dispose the bed and how to improve the good sides and that way to increase the labour productivity.
 
Key words: family household, labour force, management
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Efficiency evaluation of business plans in plant production
 
Z. Rajiæ*, Ivana Ljubanoviæ-Raleviæ*, Nebojša Raleviæ*, Dragana Ðuriæ**
 
*Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade – Zemun, Serbia
**High business school, Blace, Serbia
Corresponding author: Zoran Rajiæ, e-mail: zorajic@agrifaculty.bg.ac.yu
 
Abstract: Decision making about investment acceptance is always based on the intention of the investor to gain certain income during the investment period. The integral analysis of economic effectiveness of investment is based on the analysis of economic success, liquidity, and risk, as a three basic components of investment process. Unfavourable financing conditions require from the owner of the household to make plans for lucrative businesses. This kind of planning considers formulation of expectations in the future, especially the relations between inputs and outputs, products prices and production costs.  In crop production planning the rule of the highest revenue on limited resources should be applied. Before formulating alternative plans in crop production, special attention should be paid to intensity of soil usage. The selection of production lines depends on the most productive and the most lucrative crop system.
 
Kay words: plant production, business plan, efficiency
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LONG-TERM TRENDS IN SERBIAN AGRICULTURE
 
M. ŠEVARLIÆ*, B. VESELINOVIÆ**, Marija NIKOLIÆ*
 
*Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade, Serbia
**Faculty of Economics, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Corresponding author: Marija NIKOLIÆ, e-mail:  marijahnikolic@yahoo.com
 
Abstract: In this paper will be presented long term trends (1986-2000-2006) and changes in production capacities and achieved agricultural production in Serbia, as well as relevant factors that designated direction and intensity of manifested trends.  
 
Key words: trends, factors, agriculture, development, Serbia.
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Devastation of small farmers: Case STUDY SERBIA
 
M. M. ŠEVARLIÆ, Marija NIKOLIÆ
 
Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Corresponding author: Marija NIKOLIÆ, e-mail:  marijahnikolic@yahoo.com
 
Abstract: In this paper are presented, based on comparison of family farms Census in Serbia (1960-2002), changes in socio-economic structure of households that posses farms. Special underline is given to reproduction perspective of family farms from aspect of existence of active farmer in these households in 2007.
 
Key words: household that posses farms, farmer, ownership, socio-economic structure.
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THE ROMANTIC DIALOGUE WITH THE BIBLE IN ANTON STRASHIMIROV’S POEM
“SONG OF SONGS”
 
Velislava DONEVA
 
Angel Kanchev University, Ruse, Bulgaria
Corresponding author: Velislava DONEVA, e-mail: velid@mail.bg
 
Abstract: With his undoubtedly restless and inquisitive creativity, in the first decade of the twentieth century, Anton Strashimirov turned to the modern European drama, eagerly expecting the new century, and with it - the new man. He created dramas full of symbolism, most of which remain only as marginal texts for the Bulgarian reader. In some of them aspiration for interpretation of Biblical topics and motifs is revealed. A dialogue with the Bible can be traced in other dramatic works of his, outside the context of symbolism. One of them is the romantic “Song of Songs” (1910). Strashimirov is one of the Bulgarian authors, who chooses consciously, as an artist, and not sporadically, as a dilettante, the creative realization of biblical and mythological constructs for the Bulgarian drama.
 
Key words: romanticism, the Bible, dramatic sketch, poetic imagery
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ANALYTICAL WORD COMBINATIONS CONSISTING OF VERB AND VERBAL NOUN ENDING IN -NE IN BULGARIAN
 
Yana POMETKOVA
 
Angel Kanchev University, Rousse, Bulgaria
Corresponding author: Yana POMETKOVA, e-mail: pometkova@ru.acad.bg
 
Abstract: The object of research in the present paper is a specific type of analytical word combinations, consisting of a verb and a verbal noun ending in –ne in Bulgarian. The terminological diversity in their naming is accounted for; the reasons for their occurrence in the language are reviewed; a special consideration is given to the controversial aspects in determining the syntactic function of the verbal noun.
 
Key words: analytical word combinations, verbal noun, verb desemantisation
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Business Risk and Uncertainty of Investments in The Grape Production
 
Branka KalanoviÆ, Zorica Vasiljeviæ, B. Dimitrijeviæ, Sne¾ana Trmèiæ
 
Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade – Zemun, Serbia
Corresponding author: Branka KalanoviÆ, e-mail: brankal@agrifaculty.bg.ac.yu
 
Abstract: Biological character of grape production influences the existence of numerous risks. Therefore, the research on risk and uncertainty is one of the key problems of the investments into this kind of production. These risks are appearing both during the vineyard establishment and during its exploitation and they are influenced by the state of soil, application of agrotechnical and pomotechnical measures, diseases and pests appearance, the way of yields realization as well as the market risks. Perception of risk is a precondition for business success and the higher profit realization. This is the reason why risk management (identification, analysis and monitoring) should be a part of management policy. One of the methods for the risk and uncertainty assessment in the case of the grape production investments is the sensitivity analysis method. This method could show to investor how much the investment effectiveness indicators are sensitive onto the possible changes of variable starting parameters (prices, production volume, expenditures, level of investments etc.), i.e. this method enables constitution of the so-called certainty limits of particular starting parameters, which are considered as critical ones in the investment effectiveness evaluation. By application of the sensitivity analysis method in the case of two analyzed economic models of vineyard farms, it has been monitored development of the investment effectiveness indicators in relation to the changes of starting parameters and there have been determined their certainty limits.
 
Key words: risk, uncertainty, grape production, model, sensitive analysis
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THE CHARACTERISTICS OF VITICULTURE PRODUCTION IN SERBIA
 
B.  KalanoviÆ, B.  Dimitrijeviæ, Sne¾ana Trmèiæ, Nebojša MARKOVIÆ
 
Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade – Zemun, Serbia
Corresponding author: Branka KalanoviÆ, e-mail: brankal@agrifaculty.bg.ac.yu
 
Abstract: Viticulture production is highly intensive production which demands both human work and considerable capital to be fertilized through various activities. In Serbia this type of production is organized on small family estates as well as plantations. Although there are all conditions of successful grape-vine growing in Serbia, economic researches show that viticulture production, in spite of the capacity available, is not on expected level.
 
Key words: viticulture, production, characteristics
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ON THE IMAGE OF THE CITY OF TIMIªOARA AND OF THE BANAT AREA IN THE
15th AND 17th CENTURIES
 
I. PETROMAN*, Snje¾ana TOLIÆ**, Cornelia PETROMAN*, I. CABA***
 
*Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara, România
**J. J. Strossmayer University, Osijek, Croatia
***Mihai Eminescu University, Timiºoara, România
Corresponding author: I. PETROMAN, e-mail: i_petroman@yahoo.com
 
Abstract. Though medieval descriptions of Timiºoara are scarce – the most consistent of all being that of the Ottoman traveller Evlyia Celebi and of the Austrian traveller Henrik Ottendorf – the reconstitution of the epoch, i.e. of the features of a medieval town and city, can only rely on extremely diverse information. The lack of documents that describe directly and without any exaggeration aspects of life, corroborated with a very large number of indirect evidence can result in a proper, edifying global image on the ground of an engraving and of a map of the streets of medieval Timiºoara that are unique in the historiography of this town. The general engraving of Timiºoara, published in the revue Magazin istoric by the Romanian Ioan Haþegan, confirms the information supplied by Henrik Ottendorf which, confronted with those supplied by Evlyia Celebi and with the drawing made by the Austrian F. Watthay, coincide. In addition, it is confirmed that in the middle Ages the name of the river flowing through the ditches of the city was the Timiºul Mic. A problem that could be confusing in Henrik Ottendorf’s description is that of the location of the Castle, which he locates south from the city, not in the narrowest part of the fortification, but right in the middle of it.
 
Key words: Timiºoara, city, image, engraving, other localities in the Banat area, the 15th, the 17th centuries
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ON THE MOST IMPORTANT MOMENTS IN THE HISTORY OF THE BANAT AREA: COLONISATIONS
 
I. PETROMAN*, Snje¾ana TOLIÆ**, Cornelia PETROMAN*, I. CABA***, Gh. DULGHERU***
 
*Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara, România
**J. J. Strossmayer University, Osijek, Croatia
***Mihai Eminescu University, Timiºoara, România
Corresponding author: Ioan PETROMAN, e-mail: i_petroman@yahoo.com
 
Abstract. The most numerous documents concerning the history of the Banat area are written in both European languages and Turkish. They were written at the end of the 14th century, before and after the Ottoman conquest. The name of the capital of the Banat area, Timiºoara, is mentioned in the Chronicle by Asikpasazade in 1484, where it is written that the Turks passed by Demeskar (the spelling ‘d’ is due to the Turkish pronunciation of the Hungarian name “Temesvár” meaning ‘Timiºoara’), went on and entered the Hungarian Country. After the Turks left the area, a vast programme of colonisation of the Banat area with Italians and Spaniards original from Austrian-ruled provinces was put into practice (1716-1740).
 
Key words: Banat, Timiºoara, history, population, habitat
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INVOLVING GRID COMPUTING IN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
 
M. CÃLIN*, M. CRAUS**, F. FILIPOV*, C. CHIRUÞÃ*
 
* University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Iasi, Romania
** Technical University, Iasi, Romania
Corresponding author: Marius Calin, e-mail: mcalin@univagro-iasi.ro
 
Abstract: The defining features of the “Grid computing” concept are enumerated. As well, the impact of Grid computing on different branches of agriculture is highlighted. Four universities and one research institute of Iasi, Romania, are developing an academic grid together. In the paper, the structure of this academic network is briefly described. In this context, the positive effect that the academic grid is expected to have on the multi‑disciplinary agricultural research is emphasized. An application in Soil Science is given as an example.
 
Key words: Grid computing, Soft computing, Agriculture, Soil Science
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ACQUIRING MATHEMATICAL ELEMENTS BY JUNIORS:A PREMISE FOR A BETTER INTEGRATION IN THE 1ST GRADE
 
Maria PALICICA*, Codruþa GAVRILÃ*, Sofia MORAR PINTILIE**
 
*Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara, România
                                 **Grãdiniþa P.P. nr.23, Timiºoara, România
Corresponding author: Maria PALICICA, E-mail: maria_palicica@yahoo.com
 
Abstract: In this paper we analyse, on the ground of a research on an experimental group of 30 children aged 6-7 and enrolled in Preparatory groups A, B, and C of the Kindergarten No. 23 in Timiºoara (România) the cognitive mathematical behaviour shaped while attending kindergarten, as a premise for future assimilation. In order to study the level of development of the children’s mathematical abilities and skills – counting, making up multitudes, additioning and subtracting, and identifying geometrical shapes – we applied six written tests, recording the score for each child and assessing each child’s activity. Analysing test results, we could see that some of the tested children that encountered difficulties made mistakes because of lack of attention, while the other ones need supplementary work from the teacher, the choice of the most efficient methods to make understanding easy and to make children properly learn the mathematical elements necessary in the 1st grade.
 
Key words: cognitive mathematical behaviour, abilities and skills, mathematics
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EDUCATIONAL CLASSES: THEIR ROLE IN SHAPING STUDENTS’ CONSCIOUSNESS AND MORAL CONDUCT
 
Maria PALICICA, Alina MARGHITAN, Narcisa STAN
 
Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara, România
Corresponding author: Maria PALICICA, E-mail: maria_palicica@yahoo.com
 
Abstract: In this paper we analyse a few aspects concerning moral and civic education as an important aspect of education in general, on the ground of 9th and 10th form students’ opinion; we are also interested to see in what measure educational classes reach or not moral and civic objectives and if the topics are of particular interest to students, and if the teacher uses means and methods that are active and formative. Synthesising drawbacks during educational classes, we suggest both form masters and school managers to pay more attention to educational classes topics and issues. In order to shape beliefs and features of character, teachers should start from this in their approach of students’ problems, i.e. better know each student apart and direct and satisfy his/her wishes and aspirations. Among the features required from a good form master are besides the features of a good teacher in general, the sympathy for the students, positive traits of character (sincerity, communicativeness , etc.) and especially to be a good teacher that uses proper methods and means to teach.
 
Key words: moral education, moral consciousness, and moral conduct
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ON ENGLISH LOANWORDS IN THE ROMANIAN OF LAND IMPROVEMENT
 
Georgeta RAÞÃ*, Anica PERKOVIC**
 
*Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara, România
**J. J. Strossmayer University, Osijek, Croatia
Corresponding author: Georgeta RATA, e-mail: georgeta_rata@yahoo.com
 
Abstract. The purpose of this study is to help Romanian students studying English as future specialists in “Cadastre” identify and, thus, easier understand and learn specialised land improvement Romanian words of English origin. The study of these terms is part of a wider study focused on loanwords in specialised languages. The type of approach is etymological. The limits of research are caused by the corpus of words on which the present study was carried out. The practical implications of the study derive from the purpose of the study. This paper is original due to the fact that it is for the first time that such a specialised vocabulary is analysed from an etymological point of view.
 
Key words: English, Romanian, loanword, and land improvement.
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PRECISION AGRICULTURE: TERMINOLOGICAL ISSUES
 
Georgeta RAÞÃ*, Anica PERKOVIC**
 
*Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara, România
**J. J. Strossmayer University, Osijek, Croatia
Corresponding author: Georgeta RATA, e-mail: georgeta_rata@yahoo.com
 
Abstract. The purpose of this study is to show in what measure language dictionaries can be of help in better understanding GPS terminology. This study is part of a wider project of studying specialized languages belonging to different agronomic subjects. The type of approach is lexicographical. The study of GPS terminology is at its beginnings, as GPS technology itself has only recently emerged as scientific branch. The limits of the research are those caused by the absence of linguistic tools specific to the field of GPS. The practical implications of the study are dictated by the purpose of the study itself. The originality of the paper lies in the fact that this is the first time that someone approaches the problem of the English of Precision agriculture in general and that of GPS technology in particular within the study of ESP in Romania.
 
Key words: Precision Agriculture, teaching ESP, specialised terminology, GPS terminology.
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DEVELOPING A GENERALISED INPUT-OUTPUT MODEL FOR THE VALORISING OF
A TOURISM SITE POTENTIAL
 
I. CABA*, M. GLEVITZKY**
 
*Mihai Eminescu University, Timisoara, Romania
**Polytechnic University, Timiºoara, Romania
Corresponding author: Ioan CABA, e-mail cabaioan@yahoo.com
 
Abstract: In this paper, we aim at identifying the methods of determining the models of the influence of variations of some parameters on the “tourism process” and of its definition. The system in general can be described by proper modelling. The necessity for developing such a system model in the case of solving an optimisation problem results from the fact that its expression depends on the variables of the system. The generalised interpretation analysis of the tourism process leads to the development of a generalised model of inputs-outputs for the determination of the functional links existing between the different variables in order to establish functional dependence relationships. Applying the models, even if generally, can result in considerable improvements in increasing performance, in deepening knowledge, and understanding the ensemble in general.
 
Key words: input-output model, optimising, tourism
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EVALUATION DES COMPETENCES DE COMMUNICATION DANS UNE LANGUE ETRANGERE
 
Virginia MASICHEVICI
 
Université des Sciences Agricole set Médicine Vétérinaire du Banat, Timiºoara, România
Adresse de l’auteur: Virginia MASICHEVICI, e-mail : virginiamasichevici@yahoo.com
 
Résume. Dans une Europe pluri-lingue et multiculturelle, il est absolument nécessaire de connaître notre niveau de compétence dans une langue étrangère. Dans ce travail nous nous proposons d’analyser quelques types d’évaluation présentés dans le Cadre Européen Commun de référence pour les langues et de souligner l’importance de l’autoévaluation pour ceux qui apprennent une langue autre que le roumain.
 
Mots-clé : evaluation, competence de communication
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REMARQUES SUR LA PRODUCTIVITE DU PREFIXE EURO -EN FRANÇAIS ET EN ROUMAIN
 
Virginia MASICHEVICI
 
Université des Sciences Agricole set Médicine Vétérinaire du Banat, Timiºoara, România
Adresse de l’auteur: Virginia MASICHEVICI, e-mail : virginiamasichevici@yahoo.com
 
Résumé : L’avènement de la Communauté Européenne et l’enthousiasme qu’elle a semé sur son passage a eu pour conséquence au niveau lexical la création massive de mots ayant pour préfixe euro - . En roumain ce préfixe est relativement nouveau et se manifeste surtout dans la presse, souvent ayant une nuance péjorative. Dans ce travail nous essayons de démontrer que, le plus souvent, ce préfixe est utilisé abusivement.
 
Mots-clé : dérivation préfixale, préfixe, euro -, Europe
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ADJEKTIVE ALS BILDUNGSELEMENTE DEUTSCHER PLANZEN- UND TIERNAMEN
 
Rodica-Liana ZEHAN
 
Banater Agraruniversität, Timiºoara, România
Korrespondenzautor: Rodica-Liana ZEHAN, e-mail rodicazehan@yahoo.com
 
Zusammenfassung: Die vorliegende Arbeit behandelt die deutschen Pflanzen- und Tiernamen gebildet mit Hilfe der Adjektive. Im Laufe der Recherchen haben wir festgestellt, dass  die Adjektive durch Zusammensetzung, Ableitung und Substantivisierung neue Namen bilden können. Bei einer Großzahl dieser Namen bilden die Adjektive, adjektivische Attribute.
 
Schlüsselwörter: Pflanzen- und Tiernamen, Adjektiv, Komposition, , Derivation,
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DIE FARBE ALS BENENNUNGSMOTIV DEUTSCHER PFLANZEN- UND TIERNAMEN
 
Rodica-Liana ZEHAN
 
Banater Agraruniversität, Timiºoara, România
Korrespondezautor: Rodica-Liana ZEHAN, e-mail rodicazehan@yahoo.com
 
Zusammenfassung: Die vorliegende Arbeit bespricht die Farbe als Benennungsmotiv deutscher Pflanzen- und Tiernamen. Die Farbe der Pflanzen und Tiere kann durch Farbadjektive oder durch Farbenträger ausgedrückt werden.
 
Schl[sselwörter: Farbadjektive, Farbträger,
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TENDENCIES OF THE MAIN DEMOGRAPHIC PHENOMENA IN THE 5 WEST REGION OF ROMANIA
 
Manuela-Dora ORBOI
 
Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara, Romania
Corresponding author: Manuela-Dora ORBOI, e-mail manuela_dora@yahoo.com
 
Abstract: The trends of the main demographic phenomena provide useful information on the future evolution of the population and age structure in the West Region of Romania.
 
Key words: birth rate, death rate, migration
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ASPECTS REGARDING THE EVOLUTION OF THE RURAL POPULATION IN ROMANIA
 
Manuela-Dora ORBOI, A. BÃNEª, Iasmina PAUNCHICI
 
Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara, Romania
Corresponding author: Manuela-Dora ORBOI, e-mail manuela_dora@yahoo.com
 
Abstract: Rural population is a major source of village development. The information on human resources quality and quantity is decisive for the establishing of rural development policies. The dynamics of the rural population points to the labour resources in rural communities.
 
Key words: rural communities, rural environment, rural development
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PRIVATE HOUSE HOLDINGS IN RECAS LOCALITY AREA,
TIMIS COUNTY - PRESENT AND PERSPECTIVES
 
Õ. ADALBERT*,  M. BÎTEA**
 
*Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara, Romania
**Primãria Recaº, Romania
Corresponding author: Okros Adalbert, e-mail:adalbertokros@yahoo.com
 
Abstract: In this paper, we studied the organization of private house holdings, the number of them, and the land that they have. This land is very crumbed and difficult to work and need high resources that make them unprofitable. The cost per hectare is high and the production that they obtain is small which causes great losses. But in this final years we observed that most of house holdings are associated one with another in the purpose to buy seeds, fertilizer, pesticides and work the field to obtain better crops, with high quality at a low costs.
 
Key words: house holdings, agriculture, associations, productions, surfaces
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MOULDING ECOLOGICAL AWARENESS IN SCHOOL
 
Viorica COTEANU, Maria PALICICA, Codruþa GAVRILÃ
 
Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara, Romania
Corresponding author: Viorica Coteanu, e-mail: viorica_coteanu @yahoo.com
 
Abstract: Ecological education is a form of education, which, through a system of specific activities, ensures the moulding of ecological awareness. Moulding ecological awareness in school has two main components: a cognitive one and an affective one. There have to be a good cooperation between topics in school so that each of them aids in moulding ecological awareness in children. Bringing man to the verge of respecting nature and landscape values can be done through instruction and education. Ecological education aims at guiding the student, i.e. the future citizen, to a more objective point of view over reality (whose fundament is the relationship between man – men – environment), to enhance him to participate, to become aware of the future, of the fact that the life of future generations and its quality largely depend on his options. At present, it is necessary to study ecology at school, with a view to teach the young ones – anybody else, in its debut stage –on why and how to protect nature. It is necessary that ecological education be an important part of school education and instruction.
 
Key words: ecological education, ecological awareness, and ecological behaviour
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ON THE DIFFICULTY OF ESTABLISHING  A LESSON’S OBJECTIVES
 
Narcisa CRISTA, Alina MÃRGHITAN, Codruþa GAVRILÃ
 
*Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara, Romania
Corresponding author: Narcisa Crista, e-mail: narcisastan@yahoo.co.uk
 
Abstract: In this paper we present a few aspects concerning teaching design, its issues, frequent questions, and difficulties future teachers and debutant teachers are faced with in establishing the objectives of a biology class, as well as the importance of knowing the factors that generate them in pedagogy practice.
 
Key words: teaching design, operational objectives, and operationalising techniques
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THE MEASURING OF THE ECONOMIC PERFORMANCES OF AGRICULTURAL EXPLOITATIONS
 
Elena TONEA, Corina RUªEÞ
 
Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara, Romania
Corresponding author: Elena TONEA, e-mail elenatonea@yahoo.com
 
Abstract: The functioning of an agricultural exploitation has, of course, finality. Each exploitation boss, enterpriser or manager wants the exploitation results, and, implicitly, his/her results, successive to the exploitation administration, to be as good as possible, like a reward for the material, human and managerial efforts exerted during a production cycle or during a period of time, like an agricultural year.
 
Key words: economic performances, management, decisions
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ENVIRONMENTAL DECISION BASED ON ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTANCY
 
Elena TONEA, Corina RUªEÞ
 
Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara, România
Corresponding author: Elena TONEA, e-mail elenatonea@yahoo.com
 
Abstract: An important moment in the development of the technical-productive and social-economic informational system has been played by accountancy methods. With the national bookkeeping, the human has managed to consolidate categorically the economic decisional support, transferring the problem solving and decision making from the probabilistic area into the certitude one. Bookkeeping represents a registration tool for stock movements, flow nature and sense, having as objective the determination, during time, of the activity results, added value, benefit or loss, the gross domestic product, national income, book debt and duty economy or balance account.
 
Key words: accountancy, environment, expenses for environmental protection, pollutant activity
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ASPECTS CONCERNING THE EVOLUTION OF ANIMAL PRODUCTIONS IN THE WESTERN REGION
 
Corina RUªEÞ, Anda MILIN, Cosmina TOADER, Elena TONEA 
 
Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara, România
Corresponding author: Corina RUªEÞ, e-mail:rusetcorina@yahoo.com
 
Abstract: The branch of animal production gas a special importance because, on one hand, it produces the foods necessary in human alimentation, and, on the other hand, processes some vegetal products achieved from natural pastures (the green mass from pastures and the hay from hayfields).
 
Key words: animal production, livestock, meat production
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INFIDEL BEHAVIOUR: INVOLVED PERSONALITY
 
                       Codruþa GAVRILÃ*, Maria PALICICA*, Viorica COTEANU*, Mãdãlina CREÞU**
 
                      *Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara, Romania
               **General Office for Social Assistance and Child protection, Timiºoara, Romania
 
Abstract: The study presents the analysis of infidelity, its causes and effects on the marital relationship; we capture those traits of personality that make a person become infidel. To do so, we take into account both the consequences of infidelity and the feelings the hurt person experiences, such as uncertainty and confusion. The total number of the subjects of this study is 80, of which 40 women and 40 men. The subjects we tested, aged 20-25 and 35-50, were selected taking into account the way they got married; we only tested one partner of each couple. Thus, of the 40 women, 20 are aged 20-25, while the other 20 are aged 35-50. The structure of the male sample was identical. There are, in the sample of men and women aged 20-25, 10 people from undergraduate families attending the course, of the Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara. After making a synthesis of the theoretical aspects, we can say that both men and women tend to become infidel. The reasons for infidelity are: the tension within the couple, indifference, ignoring the other’s wishes and desires, limiting to unpleasant talks detrimental to humorous ones, etc. Infidelity has always important consequences – sometimes even capital ones – for the infidel himself or herself, for his/her partner, and for his/her group. Such a situation shakes self-confidence and makes everybody ask himself or herself questions.
 
Key words: personality, traits of personality, infidel behaviour
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ASPECTS CONCERNING THE IMPACT OF DYNAMIC-ENERGETIC PERSONALITY ON THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS
 
Alina MARGHITAN, Maria PALICICA, Narcisa STAN
 
Agricultural and Veterinary University of the Banat, Timiºoara, Romania
Corresponding author: Alina MARGHITAN, e-mail: maria_palicica@yahoo.com
 
Abstract. The study aims at emphasising the necessity of knowing temperamental features of the human factor directly involved in the educational process: student and teacher. Their use in the educational process results in an increase of efficiency. The educational process is by excellence the result of the interaction between teacher and student, student and student, etc. Both education and training depend on the existence of a positive inter-relationship, of an efficient partnership. Though is relies on the nervous system features, and hereditarily determined, in biological terms temper is considered a pheno-typical result; temper features have nothing to do with fatality, they can be changed through activity, education, and self-education. In order to carry out the study, we used the temper typologies described in literature, psychological questionnaires meant to determine the temper type, and psychological experiment. The research opens a perspective on the size of the temper features impact on the educational process and on its efficiency. The results of this study can be a theoretical aid for the teachers in practical activities with the students and, at the same time, a milestone in self-regulation.
 
Key words: dynamic-energetic aspect, personality, education, and psychological knowledge
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