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Authors: Marcin Baron, Artur Ochojski, Adam Polko, Katarzyna Warzecha, Martin Šimon
The study challenges cost analysis of local public service across countries of Central Europe. The relations of economic features and demographic change characteristics have been investigated. Central Europe Programme co-financed the initiative as its strategic project...
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Authors: Ouředníček, Martin, Šimon, Martin, Kopečná, Martina
The concept of reurbanisation is discussed in this article from theoretical and methodological perspectives. Reurbanisation has been defined as one of the stages of urban development recently, but it is also tied to processes of gentrification, or perceived as a policy aimed at t...
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Authors: Tomay Kyra, Lea Kőszeghy, Lívia Kelenné Török, Martin Šimon
The e-book is especially targeted to practitioners at the local and regional level who face demographic change (ageing, population shrinking, selective migration) in their everyday work, or will be possibly exposed to such changes in the future. Information provided in the e-book...
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Authors: Šimon, Martin, Mikešová, Renata, Eds.
The book presents an introductory information about demographic change in Central Europe. It is particularly targeted at practicioners and policy makers at local and regional level who deal with impacts of changing populations in their work. It presents an overview of population...
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Authors: Bernard, Josef, Šimon, Martin
The spatial concentration of social disadvantage in rural areas not only poses a risk to social cohesion but also represents a challenge for public policy. This article draws on a multidimensional concept of disadvantage to study spatial aspects of disadvantage in Czech rural are...
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Authors: Dudová, Radka
The paper discusses changes that have occurred in the Czech pension system since 1996 in terms of their gender impact. The pension system is considered in a broader socio-economic context. I take into account different working careers of men and women and their unequal share in u...
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Authors: Vlachová, Klára (ed.)
In the years 2002 to 2012, Czech society experienced a series of events and changes. Similar events and changes, however, also took place in other European countries. State and development of attitudes, values and behaviour of populations of European countries in connection with...
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Authors: Hamplová, Dana
The chapter analyzes labor market exists of Czech men and women in 1990s. It shows that the pressure on the labor market increased older workers tendency to retire. The risk of retirement and its timing is however heavily dependent on human capital of a worker.
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Authors: Trusinová, Romana
The aim of this study is to find out which characteristics affect the age identity of individuals. The main question is: What determines whether the people in the Czech Republic find themselves young, middle aged or old? Two alternative hypotheses were tested: a) the age identity...
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Authors: Trusinová, Romana
The article examines age as a possible group identity. It sets out to determine which age groups in society today have a stronger sense of identity and the source of that identity, while drawing on the tenets of social psychology and the theories of social identity and optimal di...
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Authors: Benešová, Romana
The article deals with three basic questions: what is and what is not the ageism, how serious is ageism in Czech Republic based on the research European Social Survey Round 4 and what are the ways of reducing ageism.
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Authors: Benešová, Romana
The article introduces book „Ageing, age and discrimination – new implications“ which was written on the bases of quantitative research of Czech society managed by Lucie Vidovićová from the Masaryk University Brno. The book was published in 2008. It is the first...
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Authors: Soukup, Tomáš, Martin Ďurďovič
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Authors: Nešporová, Olga, Kamila Svobodová, Lucie Vidovićová
The text gives an overview of the current situation in the field of social services for older people with an emphasis on the fragile elderly provided by nongovernmental, not-for-profit bodies. The report has three main parts linked by the concept of needs. The first part of the r...
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Authors: Šimon, Martin, Mikešová, Renata
The study provides a basic comparative demographic analysis of regions in the Central European area. It is particularly focused on population shrinkage and population ageing which is present at the regional level in all the countries in Central Europe. Firtly, info...
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Authors: Zoltan Dorogi, Matthias Gather, Jolanta Perek-Białas, Francesca S. Rota, Katarzyna Tarnawska, Michal Tomčík, Martin Šimon
Demographic change is one of the most important challenges for economically, socially and environmentally sustainable development in many regions of Central Europe. Population losses due to low fertility rates, migration and population ageing have already been experienc...
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Authors: Hašková, Hana, Kyzlinková, Renata
Employees in many European countries do have at their disposal various working-time options. Shorter working hours, leave options and flexible working-time arrangements enable employees to adjust their working time to meet their needs over the life course. The current study prese...
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Authors: Radka Dudová
The article explores the practices of elderly care in the Czech Republic from the life-course perspective, using qualitative research methodology: biographical interviews with women providing everyday care to their parents. The case of elderly care presents an opportunity to crit...