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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review

Volume 37, 2005, No. 2




  Neviditeľné kolégium (un collége invisible) Michela Maffesoliho
Dilbar Alijevova

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 37, 2005, No. 2: 197-200.



  Berger, Peter L. – Luckmann, Thomas: Sociální konstrukce reality: Pojednání o sociologii vědění
Tatiana Sedová

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 37, 2005, No. 2: 201-204.

  Cuin, Charles-Henry a Gresle, François: Dějiny sociologie
Daniel Klimovský

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 37, 2005, No. 2: 204-209.

  Oinonen, Errika: Fínske a španielske rodiny v zbližujúcej sa Európe
Magdaléna Piscová

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 37, 2005, No. 2: 209-212.



  Kvalita zivota, socialne nerovnosti a diferenciacia obyvatelstva
Ivan Laluha, Silvia Ošková, Vojtech Stanek

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The quality of Life; social inequalities; differentiation

The Quality of Life, Social Inequalities and Differentiation. The globalisation processes in the world and the transition period have changed the Slovak society. Common expression of these processes is the change of quality of life in the society and its component parts. These processes have resulted in significant differences and social inequalities that are accepted controversially in a previously homogenous society. It is efficient to distinguish and to analyse quality of life at macro as well as at micro level. The quality of life has become the new challenge of our age in the changed conditions as a positive antipode of poverty. It has become a criterion of success of economic and social systems as well as creativity and social responsibility of every member of society. On the basis of social cohesion and participation, the interdependency of systems and individuals strengthens relations between the societal component parts and creates base for synergic effects useful to all.

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 37, 2005, No. 2: 119-142.

  Od chudoby k socialnemu vyluceniu
Roman Džambazovič, Daniel Gerbery

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Poverty; social exclusion; academic and political discourse

From Poverty to Social Exclusion. The term “social exclusion” dominates both the discussions and fight against poverty in the European Union. It has entered the Slovak politics as an imported notion and is utilised without any expert and public discussion. The aim of this study is to draw the attention to the process of conceptualisation regarding social exclusion. The authors clarify differences as well as social aspects of the academic and political discourse on poverty and social exclusion in Western European countries. Furthermore, they describe and explain the content of the concepts and how the term’s content changes in relation to time (the old and the new poverty) and context (science versus politics). The political denotation and impacts of social exclusion is also analysed. This contribution offers an overview of various facets of social exclusion and possibilities of their operationalisation.

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 37, 2005, No. 2: 143-176.

  Metodologicke problemy skumania historie slovenskej sociologie
Robert Klobucký

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Methodology; history of Slovak sociology; systematisation of sociological theories

Methodological Issues of Studying the History of Slovak Sociology. This study compares two methodological approaches towards the examination of the history of sociology. The first one, the systematisation of sociological theories, deals mainly with the analysis and systematisation of sociological knowledge. The second approach is directed primarily at the history as such, and is therefore more descriptive. On the other hand, it also enables one to uncover the development contexts of sociology as a scientific discipline. The author suggests that the historic approach contributes more, because the systematisation of sociological theories has a higher significance for the investigation of the development of sociology in larger units (for example, within whole world, a continent, or in countries rich in sociological production). In the next part, it is argued that in respect to the particularities of Slovak sociology (i.e. an important influence of non-scientific factors, scarce sociological theory, the “unimportance” of Slovak sociology, influence from other national sociologies) it is advantageous to take a historical approach and focus mainly on the relevant nexus of its development and interaction with society.

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 37, 2005, No. 2: 177-196.