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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review


Volume 42, 2010, No. 3English

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  Kiczková, Zuzana – Szapuová, Mariana – Zezulová, Jana (eds.): Na ceste k rodovej rovnosti: ženy a muži v akademickom prostredí
Barbora Holubová

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 42, 2010, No. 3English: 269-273.

 
  Čambáliková, Monika: Sociálne partnerstvo: Inštitúcia, stratégia, vízia
Alena Paulíčková

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 42, 2010, No. 3English: 273-276.

 
  Historická sociologie. Časopis pro historické sociální vědy
Miroslav Tížik

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 42, 2010, No. 3English: 276-279.

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

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 42, 2010, No. 3English: 280-284.

 
 

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  Rodová deľba práce a návrat českých žien na trh práce po rodičovskej dovolenke
Heleny Tomešová Bartáková

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gender; division of work; labour market; parental leave

Gender Division of Work and the Labour Market Re-entry of the Czech Women after the Parental Leave. This text takes up the question of the influence of gender roles and gender division of work in decisions of Czech women to return from parental leave to the labour market. This question stems from findings of contemporary literature, which illustrates that despite the changing gender roles in today's societies, women continue to carry the bulk of the burden of unpaid work (household chores and care). As such, the division of unpaid work between men and women is perceived as an important factor placing women at a disadvantage in the labour market, and as a factor limiting choices by women in relation to combining paid work and family. The objective of this text is to uncover what gender division of work is like in the Czech Republic as a post-communist country, what determines it, and particularly how women perceive it – whether they interpret it as an enforced division and as a barrier to a smooth (and timely) return to the labour market or whether gender division of work corresponds to their preferences and why. The analysis is based on qualitative interviews with women from different educational background since we assume to find differences between different educational groups. Sociológia 2010, Vol. 42 (No. 3: 191-212)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 42, 2010, No. 3English: 191-212.

 
  Moslimskí migranti v Bratislave
Michal Cenker

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Muslims; migrants; mosque; Bratislava; integration

Muslim Migrants in Bratislava. This paper draws from the ethnographic research of Muslim migrants in Bratislava, Slovakia, which I conducted in the spring and summer of 2009. I wish to explain internal dynamics of what is often called the “Muslim community” in Slovakia and pay notice to the most important functions of a place these migrants call “the mosque”. I will question these terms and show why they are disputable. Even though Islam and migration are heavily debated issues in Europe, there has been very little research on them in Slovakia. My paper wishes to give a better perspective on these themes by approaching them from the “inside”; from the particular life stories of men and women I met on the site during my fieldwork. Sociológia 2010, Vol. 42 (No. 3: 213-236)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 42, 2010, No. 3English: 213-236.

 
  Hospicové hnutie: príklad konfliktu medzi personalizovanou a racionalizovanou inštitucionalizáciou
Mária Suríková, Anna E. Kubiak

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individualization; institutionalization; hospice; death; professionalization; specialization; bureaucratization

The hospice movement: the example of conflict between the process of personalized and rationalized institutionalization. The article presents the problems of hospice movement in the context of the individualistic social organization, which becomes the predominant pattern of social life in the modern societies. The hospice vision focuses on the interest in the individual and his or her quality of life in the end-of-life phase, which fits the principles of individualism. The analysis of the process of institutionalization of hospice movement shows the conflict between the idealistic aim and the consequences of rationalized medical praxis. The situation of the individual as a matter of public interests is followed by temporal relationships of the hospice workers and the patient and his or her family, breaking the continuity of the natural social bonds, de-privatization the dying, fragmentation of one’s life’s course and isolation of terminally ill people. These contradictions seem to be the integral part of the individualistic social organization, and as such irresolvable. Sociológia 2010, Vol. 42 (No. 3: 237-254)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 42, 2010, No. 3English: 237-254.

 
  Zdravotné nerovnosti a sociálna štruktúra liečebnej a lekárenskej praxe v starnúcej spoločnosti: výskum v Umbrii
Raffaele Federici

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ethics; pharmacy practice; aging society; drugs; health

The Health Inequalities and the Social Structure of Therapies and Pharmacy Practice in an Aging Society: A Research in Umbria. In our post-modern society every patient becomes a medical product consumer, but some of them need a “particular” assistance. Taking as its starting point the ‘irrational passion for dispassionate rationality’, so prevalent in Western thought and practice, this paper traces, through the emotions, current debates surrounding the ambivalent nature of modernity as both order and chaos, conformity and transgression. Reason and emotions are not, it is argued, antithetical to one another, rather there is a need to fundamentally rethink existing epistemological models and ontological ways of being and knowing. Thus, Pharmacy practice in the “Aging Society” should take under consideration the aspects of aging that transcend physical and biological changes, addressing practical concerns such as communication, understanding cultural values, and social issues with regard to the possible health inequalities among elderly. Sociológia 2010, Vol. 42 (No. 3: 255-268)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 42, 2010, No. 3English: 255-268.