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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review


Volume 36, 2004, No. 2

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  Fukuyama, Francis: Konec dějin a poslední člověk
Tatiana Sedová

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 2: 159-163.

 
  Sztompka, Piotr: Socjologia. Analiza społeczeństwa
Mária Suríková

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 2: 163-165.

 
  Elliot, Anthony – Ray, Larry (eds.): Súčasní kľúčoví sociálni teoretici
Ján Sopóci

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 2: 165-168.

 
  Arts, W. – Hagenaars, J. – Hakman, L. (eds.): Kultúrna rozmanitosť európskej jednoty (Analýza hodnôt)
Katarína Strapcová

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 2: 168-172.

 
  Kollár, Miroslav – Mesežnikov, Grigorij (eds.): Slovakia 2003 (Slovensko 2003)
Martina Bausová

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 2: 172-174.

 
  Falťan, Ľubomír (ed.): Mentálna hranica. Obraz suseda v slovensko-
Katarína Moravanská

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 2: 174-177.

 
  Zich, František (ed.): Regionální identita obyvatel pohraničí. Příspěvků z konference „Evropská, národní, či regionální identita?“
Magdaléna Piscová

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 2: 177-179.

 
  Hroch, Miroslav (ed.): Pohledy na národ a nacionalizmus. Čítanka textů.
Daniel Klimovský

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 2: 179-184.

 
 

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  Anómia na Slovensku: pokus o meranie
Juraj Schenk

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Anomie; measurement; model; research of societal anomie; experts’ cognitive evaluations

Anomie in Slovakia: An Attempt at Measurement. This text is an attempt to reflect upon and, especially, to measure anomie in Slovakia today. It concentrates both on classic theoretical approaches towards a sociological definition of anomie (É. Durkheim, R. K. Mer-ton, P. L. Berger and T. Luckmann) and on methodological questions regarding the measurement of anomie (É. Durkheim, R. K. Merton, L. Srole, W. H. Form). At the core of this study is an attempt to create a special model for the measurement of societal anomie, i.e. anomie as a state of society. The model contains 24 elements which represent individual manifestations of anomie corresponding to its basic components (absence of norms, non-functioning institutions, and failure of sanctioning executives). This model presents one possible approach in the research of societal anomie. The level of anomie is estimated on the basis of experts’ cognitive evaluations (assessment scales). Subsequently, it is reflected in the constructed anomie index that expresses its relative level under explicitly defined possibilities and limits. An empirical estimate of the level of societal anomie in Slovakia is approximately 68% of the possible maximum (100%), which justifies the conclusion that Slovak society is anomic in a considerably high degree. Besides findings concerning the individual components of the model, the empirical analysis of data (representative for the whole of Slovakia in 2001) also contains results of factor analysis that make it possible to identify 6 main anomic segments and includes essential findings from an analysis of sensitivity. There is an indication that the differences in sensitivity for qualifying the state of anomie, applied by relevant social categories of experts, are surprisingly low and usually not significant. Together with other findings, this warrants the conclusion that the estimation of the level of anomie is sufficiently reliable.

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 2: 107-136.

 
  Tranzitívna podoba mesta a jeho intraurbánnych štruktúr v ére postkomunistickej transformácie a globalizácie
René Matlovič

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Town; intra-urban structures; transformation; globalisation; post-communist countries

The Transitive Image of the Town and its Intra-Urban Structures in the Era of Post-Communist Transformation and Globalisation. This study deals with the dynamic changes of intra-urban town structures in post-communist Central Europe, focusing on the situation in Slovakia. According to structuralism, the towns in post-communist countries are products of the changes characteristic of a transition from a socialist socio-economic formation to a capitalist socio-economic formation. It is a temporary phase. The conceptualisation of the post-socialist town, as a dynamic and transitory developmental stage, is based on the theory of the town in real socialism discussed in this study. The post-socialist town can be characterised as a transitive developmental stage connected with the dynamic changes related to the adaptation of intra-urban structures to new conditions. Current changes in the town’s spatial structure are determined both by factors connected to the transformation of the social system and by globalisation. Methodologically, it is difficult to separate these two interfering factors to identify individual changes. The study concentrates on the identification and brief characteristics of transformational processes that are displayed in individual intra-urban structures. Based upon their occurrence and impact in these intra-urban structures (morphological, functional and socio-demographic), we can define these processes as complex (e.g. suburbanisation, gentrification), partially complex (e.g. commertionalisation) and elementary (e.g. sacralisation, functional fragmentation, segregation, separation and status regression). An important feature of these transformation processes is their various developments in different parts of a town. While respecting spatial and morphological town development, we study the effects of the transformation processes in five town zones – centre, inner town, villa quarters, apartment-block estates and suburbs. The focus of our interest is the dynamic changes of town intra-urban structures in post-communist Central Europe, especially concerning Slovakia. We attempt to conceptualise the post-socialist town as a specific research phenomenon and to suggest methodological aspects of researching intra-urban structures through the identification of key transformational processes. By using concrete examples, we show the occurrence of the processes in different parts of town. We identify the effects produced by these processes in various intra-urban structures.

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 2: 137-158.