Femeia basarabeană în publicistica lui Gheorghe Bezviconi

Show simple item record RAEŢCHI, Alexandra IAŞCOV, Angela 2022-06-16T11:48:31Z 2022-06-16T11:48:31Z 2019
dc.identifier.citation RAEŢCHI, Alexandra, IAŞCOV, Angela. Femeia basarabeană în publicistica lui Gheorghe Bezviconi. În : Centenarul unirii: educatia in spitalul valorilor nationale din perspectiva dialogului pedagogic : Materialele Simpozionului national cu participare internatională, 28-30 noiembrie 2018, Chisinau. Chisinău: UPS „Ion Creangă”, 2019, pp. 24-32. ISBN 978-9975-134-61-3. en_US
dc.identifier.isbn 978-9975-134-61-3
dc.description.abstract This article reflects Gh.Bezviconi’s publicistic work through the article in the magazine “From Our Past”(number 11-12). Considering that this publication has become a bibliographic rarity, and Bezviconi’s information presents both historical interest and current interest, while the need to increasethe woman’s role in the society becomes more and more obvious. The subject approached by Gh. Bezviconi draws the attention to the types of women who, through treir activity, were imposed into the social-political life from Bessarabia. The author acquaints the reader with an impressive array of female personalities. In order to present them, the author seeks to see how are they involved in society: in charity activity, in literature and science, in educational system in school, in social actions. In their description, he applies features such as:”The Woman of Society”, „The Woman in the Work of Charity”, „The Woman in Literature and Society”, „The Woman and the School”, „The Woman in Art”, „The Feminist Movement”. en_US
dc.language.iso en_US
dc.publisher Universitatea Pedagogică de Stat "Ion Creangă" en_US
dc.subject The Bessarabian Woman en_US
dc.subject The National Spirituality en_US
dc.subject The Philanthropy en_US
dc.subject The Feminist Movement en_US
dc.title Femeia basarabeană în publicistica lui Gheorghe Bezviconi en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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