Section 1

Theoretic Coordinates of the Right to Happiness –

Transdisciplinary Approaches

14.00-16.00

Moderator 

Gabriela Pohoata, Prof. Phd, Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University

1.Mihaela Hristea Lecturer Phd, Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University

Literary Representations of Woman’ Space in the Romanian Society of the Nineteenth-Century

2.Gabriela Pohoata, Prof. Phd, Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University

Is there Happiness in this World?

3.Negoiță Alexandru Gabriel, Phd candidate, Facultaty of Political Studies, U.B.

The Divine Invitation to the Right to Happiness

4.Nicu Pohoaţă, Prof. Phd, Faculty of Archive, “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” Police Academy

Citizens’ Rights and Liberties within the Modern States Constitutions

5.Alexandru Burda, Lecturer Phd, Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University

The Social and Economic Advantages and Benefits of Participating in E-Commerce

6.Sabin Drăgulin,  University „Petre Andrei” of Iași

Petre Andrei, Fascism and Criticism of the "New World"

7.Andrei Tilimpea, ISCS, Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University

The Concept of Happiness. A Changing Perspective about the Right to Happiness

8.Ioana Drăgulin, Cotroceni National Museum

The Romanian Countries between Local Cultural Fascinations and Western Mirage

9. Antoaneta-Ancuta Brașoveanu, Phd Candidate, UOC

Homeland, Brotherhood, Romanianism - the Symbols of National Happiness in Dimitrie Brătianu’s Speech from Paris 1847

10.Andreea- Ileana Danielescu, Prof. Phd, International Relations,  Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University

Who Ever Hopes to Be Happy is Already Happy

11.Luiza Moraru. Prof. Titu Maiorescu School

Benefits of Technology in Education