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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review


Volume 47, 2015, No. 4

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  Auer, Peter: Jazyková interakce
Marek Skovajsa

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 47, 2015, No. 4: 438-441.

 
  Hájek, Martin: Čtenář a stroj. Vybrané metody sociálněvědní analýzy textů
Miroslav Tížik

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 47, 2015, No. 4: 442-445.

 
  Rybář, Marek – Spáč, Peter – Voda, Petr: Prezidentské voľby na Slovensku v roku 2014
Oľga Gyárfášová

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 47, 2015, No. 4: 445-448.

 
 

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  Sekuritizácia migrantov na Slovensku – analýza diskurzu
Jarmila Androvičová

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security; migration; discourse; Slovakia; European Union

Securitization of Migrants in Slovakia – Discourse Analysis. Security discourse has been identified as one of the leading perspectives in the field of migration in many countries. Slovakia is not an exception. On contrary, security discourse has been dominant and institutionalized here in practice. The article analyses specific features and rationality of security discourse in Slovakia through qualitative discourse analysis of key policy documents, laws, parliamentary debates and comments of politicians in the media. It focuses also on current changes of migration discourse in a broader European and global context. These changes are connected with the growing relevance of so called “migration management” in the migration field. Sociológia 2015, Vol. 47 (No. 4: 319-339)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 47, 2015, No. 4: 319-339.

 
  Ekologická analýza výsledkov parlamentných volieb v roku 2012 a prezidentských volieb v roku 2014: možnosti a limity štrukturálnych vysvetlení
Pavol Baboš, Darina Malová

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ecological analysis; cleavage theory; structural explanations; multivariate regression analysis; the 2012 parliamentary and the 2014 presidential elections in Slovakia

An Ecological Analysis of the 2012 Parliamentary and the 2014 Presidential Elections in Slovakia: Potentials and Limits of Structural Explanations. This study addresses the often debated importance of structure for explaining voting behavior and cleavage formation in post-communist countries. Based on ecological analysis this study applies multivariate regression analysis (MRA) to test the possibilities and limits of structure in explaining the results of the 2012 parliamentary elections and 2014 presidential elections in Slovakia. The study reveals the high importance of general structure compared to findings in Western Europe, as all tested structural factors together explain from 46 to 77 per cent of electoral variation for the parliamentary election and from 25 to almost 99 per cent of the presidential candidates’ support. MRA confirms some findings from previous research, e.g. the significance of ethnicity and the rural-urban divide. However our model does not confirm the strength of the religious factor for the Christian Democrats (KDH). Discussing the findings the study suggests that to improve structure-based explanations in post-communist countries it is necessary to adjust the conceptualization of structure to fit the region’s unique history. Sociológia 2015, Vol. 47 (No. 4: 340-364)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 47, 2015, No. 4: 340-364.

 
  To sladké slovo demokracia ... Spokojnosť s demokraciou a politické odcudzenie na Slovensku
Oľga Gyárfášová

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democracy; good governance; satisfaction; rights in democracy; political efficacy

This Sweet Word Democracy ... Satisfaction with Democracy and Political Alienation in Slovakia. Based on empirical findings of the ISSP survey the study analyses public perception of rights in democracy, satisfaction with how the democracy works, and external and internal efficacy. Some results are compared in time. The paper conceptualizes the satisfaction with democracy as satisfaction with good governance; furthermore it explores what are the main factors which influence satisfaction with democracy. The author concludes that Slovak citizens give preference to social rights whereas the political ones (including participation) are perceived as less important. The external efficacy (responsiveness of political elites, level of corruption, fairness, impartiality etc.) has stronger explanatory power than internal efficacy in regard to democracy satisfaction. On the other hand the internal efficacy (interest in politics, cognitive understanding, participation potential etc.) has declined during last nine years. Sociológia 2015, Vol. 47 (No. 4: 365-389)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 47, 2015, No. 4: 365-389.

 
  Urbánno-rurálne rozdiely voličského správania v Česku a na Slovensku
Tomáš Kostelecký, Vladimír Krivý

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voting behaviour; aggregated data; Czech and Slovak society; urban-rural cleavage; voter turnout; municipalities; population size

Urban-Rural Differences in Voting Behaviour in Czechia and Slovakia. Within the period after 1989, we compare two societies with majority of the population residing in cities, which however applies more significantly to Czechia. Analyses of aggregated data from parliamen¬tary elections confirm larger urban-rural cleavage than analyses based on survey research. Although both societies have a very similar profile of voter turnout regarding municipalities' population size, the difference in political preferences between countryside and cities is less prominent in Czechia than in Slovakia. Alternation of „urban“ and „rural“ coalition go¬vernments, which was occurring in Slovakia, was not observed in Czechia. Urban-rural political cleavage is significantly weaker in Czechia. Sociológia 2015, Vol. 47 (No. 4: 390-413)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 47, 2015, No. 4: 390-413.

 
  Morfogenetický prístup v sociológii – ambivalentné prijatie a jeho inovačný potenciál
Ján Stena

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M. Archer; realist social theory; being human; agency; structural or cultu¬ral conditioning; emergency; concerns; reflexivity; inner conversation; emotions, morphogenesis/morphostasis

The Morphogenetic Approach in Sociology – the Ambivalent Acceptance and its Innovative Potential. Paper first situates the intellectual project of M. Archer into the thought context of sociological theoretical conceptions at the time of its inception. It points out to the philosophical foundations of morphogenetic approach and gives dense information on innovative solutions through which this concept enhances the possibilities of sociological conceptualization. Author makes propositions for Slovak terminological solutions for specific terms introduced by M. Archer. He also seeks to imply discussed questions of morphogenetic approach as well as application of its inspirational potential. Sociológia 2015, Vol. 47 (No. 4: 414-437)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 47, 2015, No. 4: 414-437.