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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review

Volume 39, 2007, No. 1




  Kvasničková, Adela.: Náboženstvo ako kolektívna pamäť: prípad Slovenska a Čiech
Ľudovít Turčan

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 39, 2007, No. 1: 81-85.

  Jeřábek, Hynek: Paul Felix Lazarsfeld´s Research Methodology. Biography. Methods. Famous Projects
Eva Laiferová

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 39, 2007, No. 1: 85-90.

  Východoeurópske štúdie – Vostočnoevropejskije issledovania
Ján Danek

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Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 39, 2007, No. 1: 90-92.



  Význam komunitního plánování sociálních služeb při řešení problému sociální exkluze na lokální úrovni
Jana Havlíková, Olga Hubíková

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Community planning of social services; social exclusion; political participation; local community

The Importance of the Process of Community Planning of Social Services in Addressing the Problem of Social Exclusion at the Local Level. The article aims to encourage broader recognition of the inclusive potential of community planning in social services (CPSS), which is currently becoming a focal point for an ever increasing number of councils and municipalities in the Czech Republic. The prime goal of this process is to tailor the supply, the demand and the quality of social services to suit the given locality. The theoretical reflection of CPSS suggests, however, that in connection with social exclusion it is desirable to accentuate the very process of CPSS. We shall first outline the concept of social exclusion as applied in this study, and the main features of the process of CPSS. We shall then discuss, at the theoretical level, possible benefits of the process of CPSS for eliminating social exclusion. It appears that this process creates institutional space for a direct and equal political participation of citizens in the life of the community. It can thus contribute to alleviating social exclusion of local inhabitants at least in three ways: (1) by encouraging interpersonal integration, (2) by facilitating advancement of the community’s social capital, (3) and by producing such a design of local social services that meets the needs of users and promotes full realisation of their citizenship rights. The analysis presented in the concluding part builds on data obtained from a case study of a municipality with several years’ experience of CPSS. We discuss the stumbling blocks to fully utilising the inclusive potential of CPSS, and the consequences of a failure to utilise this potential for a selected group of inhabitants who are at risk of social exclusion or already affected by it – specifically, mothers with children who found themselves in an unfavourable situation and sought accommodation in a shelter. Sociológia 2007, Vol. 39 (No 1: 5-28)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 39, 2007, No. 1: 5-28.

  Sociologické učení Josepha A. Schumpetera
Marek Loužek

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Joseph A. Schumpeter; economic sociology; capitalism; socialism; democracy; social stratification theory

The Economic Sociology of Joseph A. Schumpeter. The paper is concerned with the economic sociology of Joseph Alois Schumpeter. First section introduces the life and works of Joseph Schumpeter. Second section analyses Schumpeter’s relation to sociology. Third part discusses his early sociological works. Forth section examines the famous book Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy. Fifth part is concerned with sociological receptions of Schumpeter. Sixth part sets Schumpeter in context of world sociological theory, particularly the social stratification theory. The paper shows that Schumpeter’s sociology is original and thought-provoking up to these days. Sociológia 2007, Vol. 39 (No. 1: 29-48)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 39, 2007, No. 1: 29-48.

  K otázkam interpretácie a vedeckého vysvetľovania v spoločenských vedách
Peter Ondrejkovič

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Interpretation; implication; law; arguments; explorative analysis; tacit knowledge; explicit knowledge

On Interpretation and Scientific Explanation in Social Sciences. The paper aims to systemise the operations involved in the interpretation of research results and scientific explanation. It draws attention to complex issues of scientific laws, deals with the relation between an action and its cause, emphasises the difference between knowledge and cognition, and considers the conditions of a good argumentation and the impossibility to separate the interpretation from the explorative analysis. It also draws attention to a „sociological turn“ in the philosophy of science. It reviews several types of explanations including hypothetical, genetic and teleological. Article concludes by highlighting the so-called tacit knowledge, which can not be formulated explicitly and in some cases it can not be even explained. Author regards this as a source of inspiration for the social sciences, which produce new knowledge under the conscious recognition of inherent limits of their own reality perceptions. Sociológia 2007, Vol. 39 (No 1: 49-61)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 39, 2007, No. 1: 49-61.

  Niektoré teoretické a metodologické aspekty populačnej politiky a náčrt jej koncepcie pre Slovenskú republiku
Branislav Bleha, Boris Vaňo

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Population policy; family policy; demographic development; population ageing; migration; the Slovak Republic

Theoretical and Methodological Aspects of Population Policy and its Conception for the Slovak Republic. The article deals with theory, methodology as well as international and Slovak experiences with population policy. The main aim is to distinguish between the population policy and other policies, especially family, social and migration ones. The article reviews several definitions and models of the population policy, focusing on the differences between its wide and narrow conceptions and their country-specific applications. Authors analyse the population policy in Slovakia, which could had been launched in Slovakia only after 1989; and critically assess the debates on its success and efficiency. Authors explore the constitutive components of successful population policy such as its founding value principles, including humanism, cultural and societal integrity, social equity, tolerance, freedom, responsibility, and inter and intra-generational solidarity. Tools one can use in this field are various with respect to their attributes. Authors compare legislative, social, economic, educational and medical tools and measures of social policy and conclude that the issues of migration, housing, equality of opportunities and consistency between work and family duties shall be included into the conception of population policy in Slovakia. Sociológia 2007, Vol. 39 (No. 1: 62-80)

Sociológia - Slovak Sociological Review. Volume 39, 2007, No. 1: 62-80.