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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review


Volume 41, 2009, No. 5

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  Chorvát, Ivan: Cestovanie a turizmus v zrkadle času
David Kostlán

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 5: 485-487.

 
  Chorvát, Ivan: Cestovanie a turizmus v zrkadle času
Martina Sekulová

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 5: 487-490.

 
  Bútorová, Zora a kolektív: Ona a on na Slovensku. Zaostrené na rod a vek
Ivan Chorvát

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 5: 490-495.

 
  Bąk, Tadeusz: Współczesne uwarunkowania kreacji subkultur mło¬dzieżowych (Súčasné determinanty vzniku mládežníckych subkultúr)
Mária Suríková

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 5: 495-499.

 
  Šprocha, Branislav – Tišliar, Pavol: Náčrt vývoja sobášnosti na Slovensku v rokoch 1919 – 1937. Vývoj úmrtnosti na Slovensku v rokoch 1919 – 1937. Plodnosť a celková reprodukcia obyvateľstva Slovenska v rokoch 1919 – 1937
Roman Džambazovič

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 5: 500-502.

 
  Huba, Mikuláš – Ira, Vladimír – Šuška, Pavel (eds.) Bratislava nahlas ako výzva
Soňa Lutherová

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 5: 503-504.

 
 

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  Príťažlivosť zabudnutej témy: sociológia profesií v meniacom sa svete práce
Roman Hofreiter

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profession; professionalism; occupation; structural funktionalism; critical theory of profession

The Attractiveness of a Forgotten Topic: Sociology of Professions in the Changing World of Work. The main task of this article is critical analysis of usefulness of the concept of professions. The main argument presented in article is that the most widespread theoretical perspectives on professions – based on structural functionalism or neo-Weberian approaches – are not helpful in analysis of contemporary world of work. We argue that actual transformation of organization of work is the main reason why the concept of professions as a special and unique occupational group should be abandoned and replaced by the concept of professionalism, understood as a specific discursive mechanism of control. Sociológia 2009, Vol. 41 (No. 5: 411-436)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 5: 411-436.

 
  Preference výběru partnera. Liší se rozvedení a svobodní ve sňatkových a partnerských preferencích?
Tomáš Katrňák, Petr Fučík

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partner choice; marriage market; homogamy

Partner Choice Preferences. Do the Divorced and the Unmarried Differ in their Marriage and Partner Preferences? The research on social homogamy in marriages answers up to a certain point satisfactorily the questions about the nature of assortative mating. Nevertheless, these analyses are not able to examine the tie between partner choice and the preferences of marriage candidates. On one hand, there are the characteristics of the contracted marriages, indicating the results of the assortative mating process while on the other, there are the notions of ideal partner, which all of the marriage candidates more or less explicitly exercise while seeking in the marriage market. This paper has three aims. Firstly, it describes the partner choice preferences by the basic dimensions like the education, age, physical attractiveness and wealth of hypothetical “ideal” partner. The second aim is to distinguish between the segments of population with different partner preferences and to find social determinants of these preferences. Thirdly, it compares the preferences of divorced people with unmarried population in order to contrast the first and repeated choices. To answer these questions we use the data from Generations survey, conducted on general population of the Czech Republic, with the boost samples on divorced people and younger cohort. Sociológia 2009, Vol. 41 (No. 5: 437-456)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 5: 437-456.

 
  Hlavní aktéři globální války proti terorismu (GWOT), jejich ociální sítě, alokativní a autoritativní zdroje
Jan Eichler

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global terror; social capital; social network; norms and resources; patron vs. broker; strategic culture of the USA and of al-Qaida

The Main Actors in the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT) and their Social Networks, Allocative and Authoritative Resources. This study deals with the issue of global terrorism. It begins with Beck’s description of a pattern of behaviour which is in contradiction with the interests of civilisation. Next, it evaluates Bush’s choice between two flows of social capital and his GWOT strategy from the perspective of Giddens’ concept of norms and resources. The encounter between the 43rd U.S. president and the al-Qaida chief is explained as a duel between a patron and a broker. The study goes on to provide a comparison of the main actors’ social networks and social capital from 9/11/2001 up to the present. In the end, the author juxtaposes the U.S. direct strategic culture and the crafty and insidious culture of al-Qaida and its allied movements. Sociológia 2009, Vol. 41 (No. 5: 457-484)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 5: 457-484.