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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review


Volume 41, 2009, No. 6

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  Jung, Richard: Skúsenosť a konanie: vybrané otázky systémovej teórie
Dilbar Alieva

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 6: 564-573.

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

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 6: 573-575.

 
  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. 6: 575-579.

 
  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. 6: 580-582.

 
  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. 6: 582-584.

 
 

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  Sociológia v strednej a východnej Európe alebo východoeurópska sociológia: minulosť a súčasnosť
Janusz Mucha

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Sociology in Eastern Europe; East European Sociology; Historical and Present

Sociology in Eastern Europe or East European Sociology: Historical and Present. Sociology as an institution emerged in Western Europe in the mid-19th century, aiming at the analysis of societies in the process of industrialization. With the expansion of capitalism and industrialism, it also expanded into other regions of the world. Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), Poland being an example, was a region of delayed industrialization. It was an area in which rather ethnology than sociology was initially interested. Intellectual milieus of the region were very well educated and cosmopolitan. Many Western European ideas were studied here and attempts to implement them were strong. At the same time, many CEE intellectuals underlined the specific character of the region. As a consequence, within the spectrum of attitudes toward the scholarly analysis of CEE societies, we could distinguish two “ideal-type” options. One of them stressed that it was possible to build academic sociology in and of CEE, based on the rules of universal sociology, developed in the West. Other ideas opted for the building of the CEE sociology, which would be based on the specific historical experiences of the region. For the second option, CEE sociology was to be an alternative to the Western sociology or social sciences in general. The paper concentrates on the Polish case without neglecting other cases. It will discuss both historical and present situation, that emerging since 1989. CEE became much more open as a study area for Western scholars who have done a lot of their own research here in collaboration with their colleagues coming from the region itself. The ways in which this collaboration has been perceived by the “native” scholars is be also a topic of analysis. Sociológia 2009, Vol. 41 (No. 6: 507-525)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 6: 507-525.

 
  Europeanizácia politických strán: predefinovanie konceptov v spojenej Európe
Karen Henderson

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Europeanization of Political Parties; United Europe

Europeanization of Political Parties: Redefining Concepts in a United Europe. ‘Europeaniza¬tion’ is a term widely used yet hard to define, and applying existing definitions to the new EU member states poses challenges. In the context of political parties and party change, identifying direct and indirect impacts of Europeanization is complicated by the strong effects of EU conditionality. A new framework for defining Europeanization may include re-examining how parties in new member states relate to the EU as a political and economic project. The EU may affect not merely organisational structures and programmes of parties, but also the shape of the party system itself. Where accession proved problematic, as in the Slovak case, development of complex EU-related policies may be impeded, with parties less concerned with uploading policy preferences. A better understanding the nature of party politics in Central and Eastern Europe will facilitate research about how they have been Europeanized. Sociológia 2009, Vol. 41 (No. 6: 526-538)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 6: 526-538.

 
  Dobrovoľníčky/ci a dobrovoľníctvo v strednej a východnej Európe
Bogdan Voicu, Malina Voicu

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Volunteers; Volunteering; Central and Eastern Europe

Volunteers and volunteering in Central and Eastern Europe. This paper focuses on volunteering behaviour, as an expression of a participative culture. We are interested in the cultural and social determinants of volunteering, both at individual level, but mainly at the aggregate (country) level. We note that the phenomenon has a lower incidence in the ex-communist countries as compared to the occidental democracies, and try to explain the discrepancies through cultural traditions, globalization and the economic background. We pay special attention to the relation between volunteering and social capital, in Central and Eastern Europe. We use multi-level regression models and the European/ World Values Survey data collected in 1999 – 2000 to provide evidence on a common post-Communist culture which tends to decrease the individuals propensity to volunteer. Sociológia 2009, Vol. 41 (No. 6: 539-563)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 41, 2009, No. 6: 539-563.