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Authors: Hašková, Hana, Zuzana Uhde (eds.)
The authors argue that the recognition of care and carers in society requires rethinking of the citizenship paradigm focused on paid work and ideal of the independent individual. The obstacles for gender equity are addressed by examining the social organisation of childcare as a...
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Šetření se týká postojů veřejnosti ke klimatickým změnám, energetické bezpečnosti a energetickým preferencím a postojů k sociálnímu zabezpečení v měnící se Evropě.
Akce
30. 11. 2017
The Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences invites you to the international workshop
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Authors: Večerník, Jiří
Under the transformation period, economic inequality is assuming new meanings and accents, and its importance growing. We show recent changes and various facets of inequality as displayed in distributions of earning, household incomes and wealth. In earnings, instead of the syste...
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Authors: Krejčí, Jindřich
The article presents practical information on the sources of Czech social survey data for both researchers interested in data on Czech society and data professionals interested in the state of the art of data services. Czech survey research was deeply affected by the communist re...
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Authors: Císař, Ondřej, Kateřina Vráblíková
The goal of this paper is to analyze the impact the EU has had on Czech women‟s groups since the 1990s. Drawing on both Europeanization and social movement theories, the first section defines the theoretical standpoint of the paper. The second section is focused on the impact of...
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Authors: Bergman, S., Hašková, Hana, Pulkrábková, Kateřina, Rantalaiho, M., Valiente, C., Uhde, Zuzana
The chapter focuses on the analysis of women´s movements´ claims-making around child-care and their agency in the remakingof the concept of social citizenship. It explores the frames used by women´s movements to articulate and justify their child-care...
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Authors: Basl, Josef, Simonová, Natalie
The text gives information about the research visits within “Access to Research Infrastructures Programme“, in the European Centre for Analysis in the Social Sciences (ECASS) at University of Essex in Great Britain. The research visits are supported by European Commun...
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Authors: Simonová, Natalie, Tomáš Katrňák
The paper provides a survey of the key thematic and methodological milestones in research into educational inequalities. It focuses on authors and concepts that introduced major innovations and contributed to significant advancements in the analysis and knowledge of educational i...
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Authors: Trusinová, Romana
Information about the possibility to apply for a short visits programme of competence centers of the ESS.
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Authors: Simonová, Natalie
This article deals with the evolution of inequalities in access to tertiary education in the Czech Republic since 1989. The opening hypothesis of this article is that there has been an increase in educational inequalities in the Czech Republic since 1989. The hypothesis of the gr...
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Authors: Smith, Michael L.
An extended book review that overviews the arguments, data and analysis of the book Nerovné šance na vzdělaní (Unequal Chances in Education), edited by Petr Mateju and Jana Strakova.
Projekt
Europe is facing huge socio-economic challenges: an economic crisis with a young generation in search of jobs, population ageing potentially straining inclusion and innovation of our societies, climate change with its pressures to redesign energy, transport and housing patterns,...
Project duration: 2015 - 2019
Publikace
Authors: Večerník, Jiří
Publikace
Authors: Smith, Michael L.
This article examines the relationship between social justice norms and the perceived legitimacy of the social stratification system in the Czech Republic. Despite the fact that meritocratic values have remained the dominant part of ideology in the Czech Republic throughout the t...
Projekt
zapojení do evrospké sítě European Network for Research Evaluation in the Social Sciences and the Humanities
Project duration: 2016 - 2019

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