The Romanian- Russian Bilateral Register as a Symbolic Projection under the Folds of Immediate History


  • Trandafir (Iancu) Miruna Mădălina


The present research approach places in its analysis nodal center the achievement of an interdisciplinary research in a unique area of crucial interest for the social sciences field, namely that of public image – public image which actually refers to an attribute of psychic life based on the capacity of human psychic to build mental representation, and is subsumed to the study of images-. In other words, in the research undertaken, the central scientific interest will focus on the issue regarding the image which presents itself as an impression created in the public’s mind about a person, institution, product or a particular phenomenon, in this case referring implicitly to the public image assigned to the Romanian-Russian bilateral register in the immediate period. Starting therefore from the realities ascertained in the previous researches undertaken with regards to the Romanian-Russian immediate relations, in the present research attempt, we aim to highlight the manner in which the Romanian-Russian algorithm has been configured as a symbolic projection and a psychological reality under the sign of immediate history. Succinctly, this research attempt desires to be first of all and in a patented manner, a coherent and rennet approach to complement all that the immediate constellation of Romanian-Russian bilateral relations means, implies and presupposes as a collective representations fresco. Integrally, this research approach aims to be an investigative format that thus addresses a completely distinct facet of the bilateral spectrum issue, in fact pays considerable attention to the dynamics of the bilateral register.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2015.v4n3s1p229


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Mădălina, T. (Iancu) M. (2015). The Romanian- Russian Bilateral Register as a Symbolic Projection under the Folds of Immediate History. Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 4(3 S1), 229. Retrieved from