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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review


Volume 36, 2004, No. 4

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  Ján Pašiak 75-ročný
Peter Gajdoš

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 4: 377-381.

 
  Česko-slovenské sociologické dni
Jindřich Krejčí, Robert Klobucký

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 4: 381-384.

 
  Stretnutie redakcií v rámci „prvých“ česko-slovenských sociologických dní (10. – 12. máj 2004, Praha)
Ján Stena, Ladislav Macháček, Marek Skovajsa

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 4: 384-387.

 
  Valné zhromaždenie Slovenskej sociologickej spoločnosti pri SAV
Jozef Matulník

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 4: 387-389.

 
  Správa o činnosti výboru Slovenskej sociologickej spoločnosti pri SAV za obdobie od marca 2002 do februára 2004
Ján Sopóci

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 4: 389-392.

 
  Výročná vedecká konferencia Slovenskej sociologickej spoločnosti 2004
Jozef Matulník

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 4: 393-396.

 
 

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  Korovicyna, Natalia: S Ruskom a bez neho. Východoeurópska cesta rozvoja
Ján Bunčák

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 4: 397-402.

 
  Schenk, Juraj a kol.: Paul Felix Lazarsfeld. Návraty k myšlienkovému dedičstvu
Iveta Sklenárová

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 4: 402-405.

 
  Sak, Petr – Saková, Karolína: Mládež na križovatce. Sociologická analýza postavení mládeže ve společnosti a její úlohy v procesech evropeizace a informatizace.
Ladislav Macháček

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 4: 405-409.

 
  Blažek, Jiří - Uhlíř, David: Teorie regionálního rozvoje (nástin, kritika, klasifikace)
Katarína Moravanská

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 4: 410-412.

 
  Goffman, Erving: Stigma. Poznámky o způsobech zvládání narušené identity
Miroslav Tížik

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 4: 412-420.

 
 

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  Slovenská inteligencia v Maďarsku v reflexii sociologického výskumu
Mária Homišinová

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Slovak Intelligentsia in Hungary in a Reflection of Sociological Research. (Selected determinants and connection of construction of ethnic identity.) The paper concentrates upon the selected determinants and connections, which, in a significant measure, are constructing an ethnic identity of Slovak community living in Hungary, respective its elite segment – a Slovak intelligentsia and which we exposed to the empirical research (1988-1999). We are presenting the research results, which are dealing with the primary (context) markers of the research (type and degree of ethnic identity) and also will present their characteristic and differentiation in concrete. At the same time we will call attention to the connections among them and other ethnic (mother tongue, minority schools and culture) and social markers (ethnic rights, interethnic relations). The presentation will be based upon the socio-genesis of these determinants: 1. factors of ethnic identity formation 2. type of ethnic identity and achieved degree (measure) of identity 3. attitudes and evaluations presented in “degree if critical views” upon the researched topics (an attitude toward the legal guarantees, evaluation of ethnic schools, evaluation of ethnic relations) 4. activities in the sphere of ethnic and social life (use of mother tongue in the family environment, participation upon the cultural life of minority.

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 4: 327-360.

 
  Etnometodologický prístup a príklad degradačných postupov
Jana Lindbloom

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Ethnomethodological Approach: The Case of Degradation Practises. In the first part, besides a basic characterisation of the ethnomethodological approach, this paper deals with four premises concerning peculiarity of ethnomethodology. First, it entails a different object and method of research. By asking the question „why“, researchers investigate the „practices“ or „labour“ involved in producing orderly and coherent social interaction. Second, it focuses on ordinary language / speech, derived from the combined influence of phenomenology, Wittgenstein and Bar-Hillel. The third premise in the article is that „action“ and „account“ are identical. Fourthly, member’s common-sense practices and knowledge is examined. The second part of the paper considers various kinds of research, mainly „ethnographic ethnomethodology“. As an example, one of the „degradation rituals“ from Garfinkel is provided. It is suggested that Garfinkel´s concept of degradation ceremonies could be elaborated upon by some Jayyussi´s ideas about member’s moral categorisation.

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 36, 2004, No. 4: 361-376.