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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review


Volume 42, 2010, No. 2

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  Šubrt, Jiří a kolektív: Soudobá sociologie III (Diagnozy soudobých společností)
Ivan Chorvát

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 42, 2010, No. 2: 162-168.

 
  Ondrejkovič, Peter: Sociálna patológia
Blahoslav Kraus

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 42, 2010, No. 2: 168-171.

 
  Historická sociologie. Časopis pro historické sociální vědy
Miroslav Tížik

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 42, 2010, No. 2: 171-174.

 
  Kubátová, Helena: Metodologie sociologie
Jan Kalenda

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 42, 2010, No. 2: 174-176.

 
  Kolářová, Marta: Protest proti globalizaci: gender a feministická kritika
Ľubica Kobova

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 42, 2010, No. 2: 177-181.

 
  Lippa, Richard A.: Gender, nature, and nurture (Pohlaví – prířoda a výchova)
Ladislav Jakóczy

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 42, 2010, No. 2: 181-184.

 
  Eichler, Jan: Mezinárodní bezpečnost v době globalizace
Marek Loužek

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 42, 2010, No. 2: 185-188.

 
 

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  Subjektívna identifikácia vlastnej pozície v stratifikačnom systéme slovenskej spoločnosti
Miloslav Bahna, Roman Džambazovič

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subjective social class; objective social class; measurement of subjective social class; stratification; independence model; sharing model; borrowing model

Subjective Identification of One’s Own Position within the Stratification System of Slovak Society. In our study we first review the overall situation in the study of stratification of the Slovak society. After introducing objective and subjective measures of social stratification, we focus on subjective placement in the stratification system of men and women. Inspired by previous research in western societies we try to establish how important the characteristics of a respondent’s partner are for his or her subjective placement in the stratification system of society. We measure subjective placement using two scales – a named class scale and a free top to bottom scale to conclude, that the scale using class names increases the measured influence of education and type of work. We attribute this difference to class labels (e.g. working class), which implicate certain education levels and type of employment. When comparing the subjective placement of men and women we find, in accordance with previous findings from other countries, that women in Slovakia generally take into account the characteristic of their partners (sharing model) compared to men, who usually do not use partner’s characteristic when placing themselves within the stratification system (independence model). By comparing our results from 2001 and 2008 data we find a modest shift in the subjective placement of women towards the independence model in 2008. Sociológia 2010, Vol. 42 (No 2: 87-112)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 42, 2010, No. 2: 87-112.

 
  Zmeny v chápaní úlohy otca v súčasnej rodine
Juraj Potančok

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father; fatherhood; family

Changes in Understanding the Role of a Father in Contemporary Family. The article discusses changes that occurred in understanding and perception of the role of father and fatherhood in contemporary family. Based on the triangular model that focuses on the issues of fathers, fatherhood and fathering, the paper displays different typological perspectives as dichotomies. Using dichotomies it presents various theoretical and empirical discussions regarding the issue. From the terminological point of view, the study is based on triangular model of Barbara Hobson, which distinguishes three main terms that are further used: father, fatherhood, fathering. Using typologies as a frame of reference, the study also presents construction of father role as a creative process that is influenced by economic – trade, social-political – state determinants. Sociológia 2010, Vol. 42 (No. 2: 113-133)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 42, 2010, No. 2: 113-133.

 
  Individualismus a kolektivismus v české populaci a jejich souvislosti s narcismem
František Bartoš

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individualism; collectivism; narcissism; vertical and horizontal dimensions; identity

Individualism and Collectivism of Czech Population and their Relation to Narcissism. The article informs about results of our intention to find out the relationships between individualism and nonclinical narcissism. Pursuing this intention, we researched a representative sample of Czech population (n=1081) using the scales of individualism and collectivism (INDCOL, Singelis, Triandis) and narcissism (Bartoš). INDCOL scale includes in total four sub-dimensions – orientation on cooperativeness, duty, competitiveness and uniqueness. The forth mentioned dimension is not understood by Czech population uniformly, that is why we extended the four dimensional typology by the factor of independence. All five factors of individualism and collectivism together explain 50% of the variance, Chronbach´s α = 0,77. The basis of this theoretical conception INDCOL was supported by the statistic method of multidimensional scaling. As a limitation of reached model could be seen its higher rate of deformation (Stress=0,103) and lower correlation between the original and transformed distances (RSQ=0,939). Czech population is in its psycho-social setting markedly orientated to collectives. For Czechs is also more characteristic orientation on equalitarianism, than respecting of inequality. Collectivistically orientated people are represented more often by older people and by people with lower living standards. On the contrary individualistically orientated people are more often younger, people with higher education and people economically well situated. As the research proves, the individualism often concurs with nonclinical narcissism in the population. The nonclinical narcissism correlates mostly with competitiveness. Sociológia 2010, Vol. 42 (No. 2: 134-161)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 42, 2010, No. 2: 134-161.