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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review


Volume 44, 2012, No. 2

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  Bahna, Miloslav: Migrácia zo Slovenska po vstupe do Európskej únie
Vladimír Baláž

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 44, 2012, No. 2: 233-235.

 
  Brogan, Hugh: Alexis de Tocqueville – prorok demokracie ve věku revoluce
Marek Loužek

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 44, 2012, No. 2: 235-239.

 
  Cviková, Jana (ed.): Politiky a političky. Aspekty politickej subjektivity žien
Miroslava Mišičková

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 44, 2012, No. 2: 239-244.

 
  Jandourek, Jan: Sociologie zločinu
Tomáš Gerbery

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 44, 2012, No. 2: 244-247.

 
  Meadová, Margaret: Pohlaví a temperament u tří primitivních společností
Mária Suríková

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 44, 2012, No. 2: 247-252.

 
 

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  Ideální typy v díle Maxe Webera
Helena Kubátová

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ideal-type; social type; adequate for the level of meaning; causally adequate; explanatory understanding; related to the values

The Ideal-Type in the Works of Max Weber. This paper is divided into two parts. The first focuses on inserting the ideal-type into the context of Weber’s conception of social reality and methodology. Weber’s conception of the ideal-type is compared with Durkheim’s conception of the social type. The second part of the paper is devoted to Weber’s ideal-type as a methodological construct. It relies on a general definition of the ideal-type and also on a conception of different kinds of the ideal-type: the historical (genetic) ideal-type, the general sociological ideal-type, and the ideal-type of social action. Attention is paid to differences and similarities between these different kinds of the ideal-type. Finally, two applications of the ideal-type are given. Sociológia 2012, Vol. 44 (No. 2: 159-178)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 44, 2012, No. 2: 159-178.

 
  Od represe k demobilizaci? Vývoj hnutí za globální spravedlnost v západních zemích mezi lety 2001 a 2008
Jiří Navrátil

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Global Justice Movement; contentious politics; collective action; demobilization; repression; surveillance

From Repression to Demobilisation? Evolution of the Global Justice Movement in Western Countries between 2001 and 2008. This article focuses on the problem of evolution of Global Justice Movement (GJM) in Western countries after 9/11. First, it uses empirical data to examine the assumption of the demise of its mobilizing capacities and concludes that it is only the US branch of the movement that has declined, while the European one has continued to progress in the period under study. Second, it introduces a theoretical model explaining GJM evolution which is based on the concepts of political opportunity structure, social movement spillover and a multi-level repression against those that challenge political elites. After isolating non-relevant or constant factors, the paper deduces that it is the symbolic repression and the sudden change of the socio-cultural milieu after 9/11 that accounts for the different developments in GJM mobilizing capacities in North America and Western Europe between 2001 and 2008. Sociológia 2012, Vol. 44 (No. 2: 179-211)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 44, 2012, No. 2: 179-211.

 
  Dobrovolnictví seniorů jako součást aktivního stárnutí
Marcela Petrová Kafková

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volunteering; older people; European Values Study; population ageing

Volunteering of Older People as an Integral Part of Active Ageing. It’s believed that older people are a potentially rich source of volunteers and volunteering is perceived as beneficial for both society and individuals. Due to the ageing of the population, the influence of individual ageing on volunteering has become crucial. The age and cohort connections of volunteering in Czech society are explored in this paper. Moreover, the factors leading to volunteering are researched using binary logistic regression. Focus is put on changes over time and differences between older people and younger ones. The findings do not show differences in volunteering based on age but demonstrate that the attitudes supported by productive ageing and active ageing concepts are influential. The rate of volunteering in Czech society has not changed since the beginning of the 90s. Sociológia 2012, Vol. 44 (No. 2: 212-232)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 44, 2012, No. 2: 212-232.