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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review


Volume 46, 2014, No. 1

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  Laiferová, Eva – Mistríková, Ľudmila (eds.): Alexadner Hirner (1911 – 1987) 100. výročie narodenia významného sociológa – osobnosti, vedca, vysokoškolského učiteľa
Lenka Diener

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 46, 2014, No. 1: 116-118.

 
  Linková, Marcela – Cidlinská, Kateřina – Tenglerová, Hana – Vohlídalová, Marta – Červinková, Alice: Nejisté vyhlídky. Proměny vědecké profese z genderové perspektivy
Kamila Beňová

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 46, 2014, No. 1: 119-122.

 
  Lozoviuk, Petr (ed.): Etnicita a nacionalismus v diskurzu 20. století: příspěvek intelektuálů z českých zemí ke studiu kolektivních identit
Marek Jakoubek

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 46, 2014, No. 1: 123-124.

 
 

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  Vzdelávanie a školovanie v ranom veku v sociálne diferen¬covanej perspektíve matiek
Ondrej Kaščák, Eva Betáková

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mothers; schooling; early childhood; preschool education; cultural capital; school choice; parental values

Social Variations of Mothers’ Perspetive on Early Childhood Education and Schooling. The study presents the results of ethnographic interviews with selected mothers of Slovak kindergarten children and compares these results with the relevant English-American studies aimed at engagement of mothers in early education in relation to their educational and professional status. The research is focused on mothers’ preschool and primary school choice, engagement of mothers in preparation for the first grade of primary school, education values of mothers in relation to their school participation and perception. The study confirms the strong social differentiation in perception of education and in engagement of mothers in child’s schooling, although in comparison with English-American context there does not exists an extensive systemic social segregation in preschool education provision in Slovakia. Sociológia 2014, Vol. 46 (No. 1: 5-24)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 46, 2014, No. 1: 5-24.

 
  Socio-ekonomická kompozícia spoločnosti a jej vplyv na teritoriálne vzorce volebného správania: prípadová štúdia regiónov západného Slovenska
Martin Plešivčák

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voting behaviour; socio-economic determinants; political parties; election results; regional level

Socio-Economic Composition of Society and its Impact on Regional Patterns of Electoral Behaviour: A Case Study from Western Slovakia. Electoral behaviour is subject to a vast scale of social, political, economic, psychological and geographical determinants ultimately influencing citizens during the elections. One option how to analyse this phenomenon is built up on the theory of social cleavages that inevitably affect the political relations within society. Therefore the election results are significantly differentiated depending on given space and temporal context. This article try to measure five socio-economic factors as ethnicity, religiosity, age, education and unemployment considering their influence on spatial pattern of electoral behaviour in given territorial units – at the statewide level of the Slovak Republic, but mainly its partial regions. For this reason, analytical instruments of spatial econometrics are applied, which pose the most appropriate tools to examine aggregate data duly regarding the geographical nexus of presented phenomena. The Spatial Durbin model is utilised for evaluating the linkage between socio-economic determinants of electoral behaviour and parliamentary elections' results held in Slovak Republic after 1998. In this paper we focus on the extent of regressors’ explanatory power forming the territorial picture of electoral outcomes in western part ofthe country and definethesocio-political profile ofregions, which are situatedthere. Sociológia 2014, Vol. 46 (No. 1: 25-59)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 46, 2014, No. 1: 25-59.

 
  Politické a diskurzívne príležitosti lokálneho environmentálneho aktivizmu: prípad premien Bratislavského ochranárstva
Pavel Šuska

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political opportunity structure; discursive opportunities; local environ¬mental activism; post-socialist transformations; Bratislava

Political and Discursive Opportunities of Local Environmental Activism: The Case of Environmental Protectionism Transformation in Bratislava. Years after 1989, built environment is among the aspects of Central and Eastern European cities most significantly affected by the post-socialist transitions. Although this might seem inevitable as the social settings producing urban forms changed dramatically, the political context of the urban built environment transformation provides an interesting area for a geographical inquiry. The city of Bratislava gives an example of how the 1989 agenda of democracy and participation have been just scarcely met in particular areas. This paper gives a relational analysis of urban governance focusing particularly on informal groups and NGOs in Bratislava advocating the conservation agenda by promoting the symbolical value of place and opposing large-scale development initiatives. It explores how during the last two decades, these preservationists acted in and affected local political opportunity structure, and thus participated in governance shiftings. Sociológia 2014, Vol. 46 (No. 1: 60-87)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 46, 2014, No. 1: 60-87.

 
  Jak se vyrovnáváme s naší minulostí? České a československé nedávné dějiny prizmatem teorie kolektivní paměti a kvalita¬tivní metodologie (focus groups)
Marcel Tomášek, Jiří Šubrt

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collective memory; discourse and narratives; places of memory; cultures of remembering; focus groups

How do we Reconcile with our Past? Recent Czech and Czechoslovak History through the Prism of Collective Memory Theory and Qualitative Methodology (focus groups). The article, as a combined theoretical-empirical undertaking, examines the ways collective memory is conceptualized in thematic areas of current theoretical thinking and how these theoretically designated and specified areas are reflected in the consciousness and memories of the common population. In particular it focuses on the popular memory and experience of history since the end of Second World War and the Communist takeover. In the first part, the long-term established theoretical approaches in view of collective memory research are presented. In the second, more empirically focused, part manifestations and expressions of these conceptualizations are registered in common acts and talk in the course of realized focus groups. Sociológia 2014, Vol 46 (No. 1: 88-115)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 46, 2014, No. 1: 88-115.