Vă mulțumim pentru că vizitați pagina dedicată Proiectului Dragoș

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Vă mulțumim pentru că vizitați pagina dedicată Proiectului Dragoș. 

 Acest site este dedicat tezei mele de Masterat. Încerc să înțeleg fluxul de cunoștințe despre sănătate în Republica Moldova. Mă interesează în special modul în care imigranții moldoveni transmit acasă informații noi către familia și prietenii lor. Este posibil să existe căi mai eficiente care ar putea facilita transmiterea de informații pentru a contribui la o stare de sănătate îmbunătățită a națiunii.  

Dacă sunteți din Moldova, vă rugăm să completați un sondaj de opinie ce poate fi găsit la rubrica "Take Survey"/"Finializarea Anchetei", apăsând butonul din partea de sus a acestei pagini! De asemenea puteți accesa sondajul făcând click aici.  Mă puteți ajuta să răspândesc acest sondaj, trimițând adresa acestui site oricărui moldovean care credeți că ar putea fi interesat de completarea lui! Dacă doriți să aflați mai multe despre mine sau despre acest proiect vă rugăm să vizitați pagina "Despre mine", ce poate fi accesată mai sus. 

 Vă rugăm să nu ezitați să mă contactați dacă aveți întrebări sau comentarii. Vă mulțumesc foarte mult! m.fes@vt.edu 

Thank you for visiting The Dragoș Project.

This website is dedicated to my Master's Thesis Project.  I am seeking to understand the flow of health knowledge into The Republic of Moldova.  Particularly, how Moldovan immigrants transmit new information home to their family and friends.  It is possible that there are more effective pathways of information that could be used to increase health development in the nation.

If you are Moldovan, please take the quick survey found at "Take the Survey"/"Finializarea Ancheta" button at the top of this page! Or by clicking here  You can also help me spread the word, send this site to any Moldovan you think may be interested in completeing the survey! If you would like to learn more about myself or this project please visit the "About Me" page, found above.  

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments.  Thank you very much!


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This website was created and maintained by me, Maggie Fesenmaier, a doctoral student at the University of Washington. This website is part of my research to better understand Internet adoption in The Republic of Moldova. There is also a survey on this site that, if you are Moldovan, I encourage you to please take! My Background: My family currently lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, though we spent a good deal of time moving around. I generally grew up amongst the cornfields of Illinois and moved to PA my senior year of high school. I attended and graduated from Penn State (WE ARE…). Immediately following graduation I left for the Moldova with the U.S. Peace Corps. For nearly two years I was based in a northern Moldovan village, near the Ukrainian boarder. I had the most amazing mama gazda and partners that helped me teach health classes in the local high school. Though challenging at times, it was an experience I’ll never forget. The entire village took me in, taught me Romanian, showed me the culture, and, most importantly, fed me (I’ve since tried making pelemeni and mama liga, but it doesn’t compare)! Though far from home, I loved my time in Moldova and it sparked my curiosity and passion for helping the community. Following a year in politics, I came back to school for my Master’s degree (and fingers crossed, PhD). Generally, my work focuses on how communication technology influences knowledge/information adoption by society. There is still a great deal of research that needs to be done to further our understanding of how we accept knowledge and technology. As researchers learn more about our acceptance habits, I’m confident we can also craft more effective information campaigns that truly help society. I frequently get asked, why Moldova?! There are many reasons: Primarily, I owe my host-family and friends a great deal of gratitude! They lovingly (and patiently) taught me a new culture that will always impact my life. Also, however, Moldova is a global leader in immigrant remittances. Each year Moldovans flood into the international job-market and send home money and goods to family. According to the G8 this behavior is to be encouraged in other developing nations. Thus, much of the developing world will follow the Moldovan lead. Possibly, if we can understand the role of technology in information spread in Moldova, then we'll have a jump on understanding the same phenomenon in other nations as well. My time in Moldova and out experiencing the world have encouraged and fueled my studies. I’m thankful everyday that Dragos wandered away and founded the amazing nation of Moldova! If you have any more questions about me or this project please don’t hesitate to contact me. La revedere.