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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review


Volume 41, 2009, No. 1

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  Bargerová, Zuzana – Divinský, Boris: Integrácia migrantov v Slovenskej republike. Výzvy a odporúčania pre tvorcov politík
Oľga Gyárfášová

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 1: 83-86.

 
  Inovácia, inklúzia a integrácia. Od tranzície ku konvergencii vo východnej Európe a krajinách bývalého Sovietskeho zväzu
Ivan Lesay

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 1: 86-89.

 
  Veselý, Arnošt – Nekola, Martin (eds.): Analýza a tvorba veřejných politik – přístupy, metody a praxe
Miroslav Beblavý

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 1: 90-92.

 
  Jakoubek, Marek (ed.): Cikáni a etnicita
Tomáš Hirt

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 1: 92-96.

 
 

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  Niekoľko spomienok na vznik časopisu Sociológia
Ján Pašiak

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Sociology; Slovakia; journal; Sociológia; origins; communism

Reminiscences on the Origins of Journal Sociológia. Fortieth anniversaries of renaissance of the Slovak sociology that was destroyed by the commencing communist regime in the 1949 fall in the first decade of the third millennium. This period was marked by the birth of the Slovak Sociological Society (1964), Department of Sociology at the Faculty Arts, Comenius University in Bratislava (1964), Institute for Sociology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences (SAS) (1965) and of a journal of the Institute for Sociology of SAS – Sociológia in 1969. Before, sociological studies and research had been published in the journal Otázky marxistickej filozofie (Issues of Marxist Philosophy). The founding of journal Sociológia was aided by foreign sociologists such as Jan Szczepański (then the president of International Sociological Association) and Ernest Gellner from London School of Economics. Membership in the editorial board was offered to sociologists from A. Štefánek's (founder of the Slovak sociology) generation, to his students and to a generation that graduated from the renewed Department of Sociology at the Faculty of Arts, Comenius University in Bratislava. Such intergenerational grouping of sociologists succeeded in developing a concept of a Slovak scientific periodical of a very high quality, even though it only lasted from 1969 to 1970. Coming era of normalization of the communist regime in the Czechoslovakia brought about radical changes in the concept pushed through by representatives of the scientific communism. Sociológia 2009, Vol. 41 (No. 1: 5-13)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 1: 5-13.

 
  Metareflexia histórie slovenskej sociológie po dvadsiatich rokoch
Soňa Szomolányi

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Discontinuity; liquidation of sociology; sterilization; political change; socialization; external influence; legacy

Meta-Reflection on the History of Slovak Sociology 20 Years after. This paper builds on a former study that the author wrote 20 years ago. In that study (1988) she suggested that the unsatisfactory state of sociology in Slovakia cannot be explained by referring to its youth. She identified two moments, which disrupted the continuity of its development after 1945. The first, “existential discontinuity“ occurred in 1948 - 1949 and the second one, “sterilization“, was caused by the “normalization“ of the 1970s. The main argument of the present study is that the state of the discipline – the quality of both outcomes and actors – remains affected by the conditions of its birth and by the subsequent path of its development. The state of Slovak sociology is unsatisfying despite the existence of institutional requirements, such as a journal registered in the Current Contents database, an accredited department at the university, research institutes, an openness to the world and positive institutional changes because the legacy of the political “normalization” still matters. Sociológia 2009, Vol. 41 (No. 1: 15-28)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 1: 15-28.

 
  Čtyřicet let spolu i vedle sebe (Střípky paměti a útržky poznámek českého sociologa k česko-slovenským vztahům v sociologii)
Miloslav Petrusek

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National sociological discourse; sociology of small nations; Czecho-Slovak relations in sociology; conflicts with power; theoretical sociology

Forty Years Together and Next to Each Other (Fragments of Memory and Shreds of Notes of a Czech Sociologist about Czecho-Slovak Relations in Sociology). The starting point of the article is a thesis about typological likeness of the founders of Czech and Slovak sociologies (Štefánek a Masaryk) who rather than being academic sociologists were “action sociologists” focused on the sociology of small nations. Slovak sociology partly cultivated Štefánek’s heritage but in the 1960s set out on its own course in a close cooperation with Czech sociology and eventually with world sociology as well. The article pays close attention to conflicts of interest between audacious Slovak sociologists and totalitarian ideological power. Obviously, author relies on his own personal experience and contacts since a synthetic and critical assessment of the development of Slovak sociology between 1969 and 2009 is still unavailable. He appreciates the courage to develop unconventional theoretical topics and also the fact that Slovak sociological journal Sociológia was open – according to possibilities in that period – even for those Czech sociologists (Možný, Střítecký, Petrusek and others) who were in the Czech lands formally excommunicated from sociology. After the establishing of independent states in 1993 the development of sociology in both countries took off for different directions, which shall be comparatively analysed in the immediate future. Sociológia 2009, Vol. 41 (No. 1: 29-38)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 1: 29-38.

 
  K reflexii súčasnej slovenskej sociológie: tradičné a univerzálne témy
Eva Laiferová

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Slovak sociology; tradition; innovation; sociological theory; methodology; critical function of sociology

Reflections on the Contemporary Slovak Sociology: Traditional and Universal Issues. The development of the sociology in Slovakia underwent several changes similar to other countries in Central and Eastern Europe. Sociologists are continuously confronted with many institutional barriers and mental stereotypes in their work. The author emphasizes some traditions and innovations in Slovak sociology, concerning its research areas and professional orientations. This article is aimed to discover which are contemporary discussion fields and possibilities to articulate opinions and knowledge of Slovak sociologists. Critical function of sociology and its ambivalent aspects are underlined as a very important component of scientific and public activities of sociologists. Sociológia 2009, Vol. 41 (No. 1: 39-51)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 1: 39-51.

 
  Štyridsať rokov časopisu Sociológia
Robert Klobucký

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History of Slovak sociology; journal Sociológia; normalization; scientific communism; democratization

Forty Years of Journal Sociológia/Slovak Sociological Review. This study provides an analysis of the texts that have been published in journal Sociológia/Slovak Sociological Review and have formed its character. It takes a predominantly descriptive approach and aims to summarize the main historiographical facts that were related to the journal. The analytical part of this study consists mainly of an overview of themes and citations of articles that have been published during the four decades of its existence. There have been two milestones in the history of the journal: the onset of post-1968 „normalization“, reflected in the review since 1971, and democratization after 1989, manifested in the following year. The study is divided into four parts, each dealing with one of the four decades. Promising beginnings were superseded by scientific communism during the „normalization“ period. Indications of change, connected with a critique of ideological and regime-serving sociology, came in the late 1980s and were followed soon after by the major break in 1989. The change of regime brought about not only the disappearance of Marxism but also did away with some of the most frequently researched topics of the former period. The new millennium has brought along the reflections on globalisation and the emergence of new, non-traditional themes. Sociológia 2009, Vol. 41 (No. 1: 52-82)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 1: 52-82.