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As compared to other countries, in the early s, Romanians were more in favour of the idea that children can develop when the mother is working.

The figure had not changed much over the years, prior to the s. In the meanwhile, Europe changed more and more in favour of the idea that children can grow up without preventing mothers from working.

However, post-crisis Romanians re-engaged in the egalitarian trend in this respect as well. Dynamics of Social Values: — Table 5. In the third row, there is the year when the Romanian survey took place. Participation in public space is only one side of the story. Most Western Europeans claimed that men and women make similarly good political leaders Table 5, first columns.

Examples of Queen Elisabeth or Margaret Thatcher were salient in the early nineties. In more recent times, Angela Merkel symbolically marked the strong position as equal to men in their capacity to lead the political world.

Eastern Europeans, despite their communist heritage, were less convinced of such egalitarian principles. Maybe particularly due to enforcing women to become leaders during communism, as an adversity reaction, they rejected the idea that women may lead the world. Romania made no difference, and even in the majoritarian support was for inequality.

In the only time when they asked the question , among the countries we considered, Romania was the most conservative. It is also in Eastern Europe that a slightly higher percentage of the population thinks that rather boys should go to the university the last columns in Table 5.

The findings depict a clear trend towards equality to manifest across Europe, and in Romania as well. Romanians are among the top supporters of gender equality with respect to participation, but between the last ones when it comes to equality between genders.

There are signs of lower equality in the household as well. A refined view over the dynamics of gender beliefs in Romania is depicted in Graph 4. The figure considers differences between cohorts. The important position is the one of newer generations, partially or completely socialized in postcommunism: those born in — and those born after The first ones have oscillations that make them no different from older cohorts.

This shades doubts over the hypothesis that change may come from cohort replacement. In fact, those born in — prove to be more conservative than one may have expected. The socialization in the context of the shortage of communism was actually completed by years of economic distress and uncertainty in the 90s.

This makes their values more traditional than expected, given a natural change from one generation to another. Only in we have enough cases to draw conclusions about those born after Data indicate they are the most modern with respect to gender beliefs. This might be the case of the experiences of prosperity during most of the s. Graph 4.

People did not participate in voluntary associations, irrespective of their nature. Moreover, it was the participative culture to suffer. They are part of consistent regimes of social capital Pitchler and Wallace or cultures of participation Voicu Such cultures tend to be rather powerless against political changes.

Despite formal freedom to associate, one may lack the habits to do so. The mere presence of the structure of opportunity is therefore not enough to boost increases in participation.

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On the other hand, joining associations may be a sign of non-traditional societies, where families are less important in providing socialization. Friends tend to become salient in such situations Pahl And friends are to be present in associations as well, where they develop activities for the sake of their common interests. One may easily visualize the facts when considering the situation in the early s second column in Table 6.

The levels of participation in associations was lower in Eastern Europe than it was ten years before in Western European societies first column of the same table. Romanians were among the least predisposed to join associations. However, please also note that for the figure also includes participation in labour unions. This results in exaggerated figures regarding participation in associations, and explains the apparent decline toward Table 6.

If cleaning the — figures from the impact of labour unions, the figures for Western Europe do not change much, but it is almost half in the case of Eastern European countries. Then we have the increasing trends described for Romania by the figures for — They also have an economic reasoning.

There were many incentives for associations to start functioning, and they also used such incentives to fill in a niche given by the absence of small and medium enterprises. In time, associations started to function as associations, and anecdotic evidences may indicate their increased presence in Romania.

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If comparing cohorts of age Graph 5 , there is no surprise to be noticed. Younger generations are more likely to join associations, in particular after they reach their 30s, and thus have more resources to share. The main exception is the generation born after , which displays a much higher propensity to join voluntary associations even at very young adult ages. Graph 5. It might be one of the fields in which Romanian development is stronger and which may push the rest of social life towards changing.

Discussion This paper has reviewed several trends of the Romanian society over the past 25 years. Data show a mixed picture with quite a lot of dynamics in the past decades. On the one hand, one may notice a society rather undecided to give credit to a maximal or to a minimal state. More important, there is no obvious cohort-related pattern to be noticed with respect to welfare attitudes.

Democracy, on the other hand, proved to have a solid backing, gathering support from a large majority of Romanian citizens. Fluctuations are related mainly to economic performance, which may come to questioning when it comes to support for market economy. Changes with respect to gender attitudes are more complex. Moreover, the generation born in the s and socialized under powerful economic distress seems more traditional than one would expect and marks a sort of a disruption in the pattern of transformations from one cohort to another.

Civic participation followed a decline after the initially combined honeymoon effect and persistence of rather formal organizations such as labour unions.

However, after a short while, a boost in association membership became noticeable, in particular after Newer generations seem from this point of view more participative and create the premises of critical communities. The exception seems to be again the cohort born in the s. With such a complex view on change, one should find a lot of excitement in studying the post-transition societies such as the Romanian one. This was, in a way, the purpose of this introductory study.

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A remarkable number of field-specific as well as interdisciplinary studies broach the issue of gender inequality and its relative persistence in economy labour market and employment and politics government and society. Additionally, scholars often reveal deep-rooted gender-specific stereotypes that give an underpinning to certain decisions and gender-related behaviour irrespective of a country. According to these studies, women have frequently been underrepresented in the labour market and meet genderspecific career decisions that impede them to reach the highest positions in the economy.

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One of the things I found most interesting is that the classification has two dimensions. See 2 questions about Games People Play…. In he changed his legal name to Eric Berne.

I needed further explanation and an attempt to engage me rather than having a series of ideas thrown before me. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.The Structure and Dynamics of Organizations and Groups. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. Because the author is primarily concerned with interpersonal games, he tends to put every possible scenario within that context. From a historical perspective, the past experience of the citizens with communism influences the attitudes towards the democratic regimes and the attitudes towards them Neundorf , Pop-Eleches and Tucker Berne entwickelte die Transaktionsanalyse TA als psychotherapeutisches Verfahren, das er aus der Psychoanalyse ableitete.

The number of school-leavers entering universities in order to obtain a diploma in economic specialities, management, etc. The explanation is consistent with the other above-mentioned explanations of value change as dependent on the influence of the environment.