FACTORS AND CONDITIONS AFFECTING THE CHILDREN’S DEVELOPMENT OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE. EMPIRICAL RESEARCH

Posted On Oct 18 2011 by

The studies and research conducted in various research areas in recent years have given an important role to emotional intelligence as the individual’s ability to recognize, identify, become aware of, express and control one’s feelings but also to recognize and become aware of the others’ feelings. These skills and competences can be formed and developed at any age, but the earlier the involvement in social and emotional development programs is, the greater the advantages. The aim of the research is constituted by investigating the influence of the family upon the young pupil’s emotional intelligence development. We have started from the …


JIMMY PORTER BETWEEN ACTIVE RHETORIC AND INACTIVE LIFE

Posted On Oct 17 2011 by

What makes a play like Look Back in Anger permanently interesting and a neverending source of amazement at the level of the characters is the unique construction of the main character – Jimmy is an odd but valid mixture – and the manner in which the playwright builds his figure by using the other presences in the play as mere devices to outline his personality, satellites meant to orbit around his figure. It is for this reason that Jimmy is authentic in rendering the spirit of the age he inhabits, and that is why he could be analysed from so …