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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review


Volume 48, 2016, No. 2

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  Gbúrová, Marcela – Dobiaš, Daniel: Idea liberalizmu v európskom a slovenskom politickom myslení
Dušan Masár

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 48, 2016, No. 2: 192-194.

 
  Kubátová, Helena a kol.: Mezigenerační proměny způsobu života na Hlučínsku
Miroslav Tížik

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 48, 2016, No. 2: 194-199.

 
  Mariański, Janusz (red.): Leksykon socjologii moralności (Lexikón sociológie morálky)
Ondrej Štefaňak

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 48, 2016, No. 2: 199-201.

 
  Perrault, Dominique – Bogár, Michal – Králik, Ľubomír – Urban, Ľudovít (eds.): BratislavamMetropolis
Alexandra Bitušíková

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 48, 2016, No. 2: 202-205.

 
  Šubrt, Jiří: Individualismus a holismus v sociologii. Jak překonat teoretické dilema?
Mária Suríková

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 48, 2016, No. 2: 205-212.

 
 

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  Sociologická reflexe evropské integrace
Lukáš Novotný

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European integration; European Union; sociology; decision making; european identity; society

Sociology of European Integration. European integration is increasingly becoming a subject of sociological researches and scientific studies. This study is based on default premise, that the EU’s influence on societies and policy in each member country increases more and more. The competence of the EU institutions is growing in individual EU policies, and in addition we can see a certain pressure on (not often undefined) „Europeanism“ even on the civil level. The main question of this study therefore is: does the contemporary sociology reflect this new situation enough and does the sociology of European integration already exists? What are the key questions and problems that are discussed? What theoretical perspectives and methodological procedures are applied here and who are the main representants and theorists of this sociology of the European integration? The answers are searched here with taking account of the macro- and micro-sociological approaches, especially in the matters of the scope and of theoretical and methodological paradigms, strong institucionalization and literary base and uniform disciplinary self-definition. Sociológia 2016, Vol. 48 (No. 2: 119-138)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 48, 2016, No. 2: 119-138.

 
  Život v Bratislavskom suburbiu: prípadová štúdia mesta Stupava
Martin Šveda

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suburbanization; decision-making process; social integration; suburban community; Bratislava; Slovakia

Living in the Suburbia: The Case Study of Stupava (the Hinterland of Bratislava, Slovakia). What is the nature of suburban localities and who are their inhabitants? What is the motivation of people to move beyond the city edge? Is it a phenomenon of segregated and socially homogeneous “bedrooms” with no social connections which is emerging in the hinterland of Bratislava? When trying to answer these basic questions we often come across stereotyped perceptions therefore this paper tries to find answers by means of the Stupava case study which represents a typical suburban area. Despite the fact that suburbanization drew the attention from the expert and social perspectives, more detailed probes analysing the daily routines of inhabitants of suburbs are absent. Our paper tries to offer a deeper insight into the life of suburban inhabitants and uncover their motivations, life strategies and the character of social anchoring in their new home. Sociológia 2016, Vol. 48 (No. 2: 139-171)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 48, 2016, No. 2: 139-171.

 
  (Ne)bezpeční Romové? Analýza významu bezpečnosti ve vztahu k Romům ve vládních dokumentech České a Slovenské republiky
Václav Walach

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security; the Roma; Roma integration policy; crime; social exclusion, anti-Gypsyism

Roma: Insecure or Dangerous? An Analysis of the Meaning of Security in Relation to Roma in the Czech and Slovak National Documents. The present paper engages with the semantic relationship between security and Roma in the context of Central European liberal democracies. On the basis of comparative analysis of Czech and Slovak strategic documents, it is pointed out that an ambivalent construction of the (in)security of Roma occurs. The Roma are seen both as threatened and threatening. Whether it is done directly or via the production of specific categories such as the "socially inadaptable", this presents a challenge for liberal governance. In conclusion, this illiberal tendency is identified with the phenomenon of "reasonable anti-Gypsyism", and policy suggestions are drawn up. Sociológia 2016, Vol. 48 (No. 2: 172-191)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 48, 2016, No. 2: 172-191.