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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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Led by an international board, the biannual Czech Sociological Review is designed to assist the stronger integration of Czech sociology into the international mainstream, and to invite contributions from authors worldwide who are interested in 'transformation issues', introduce p...
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Authors: Tuček, Milan a kol.
The first part of the study looks at various theoretical approaches encompassed with the concept of elites in sociology and at various techniques used to study elites. The second part presents a factual analysis of the development of political and economic elites over the past fi...
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14. 10. 2013
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An international seminar connected with the introduction of the Institute for Public Affairs' (IVO) publication Alternative Politics? The Rise of New Parties in Central Europe, edited by Grigorij Mesežnikov, Oľga Gyárfášová and Zora Bútorová.
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14. 10. 2013
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With the support of the programme 'Europe for Citizens' of the European Union.
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Authors: Řeháková, Blanka, Klára Vlachová
The article analyses two types of subjective mobility between 1988 and 1993. It asks how people evaluate the changes in their social status and economic situation and seeks to identify the links with certain objective social characteristics (which fix the position...
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Deadline for submitting abstracts: 30 October, 2013 (max. 250 words)
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Authors: Šimon, Martin
This bilingual, English-Czech atlas of Czechoslovakia is one of the first to use statistical data to evaluate spatial aspects of population development over time. Its twelve chapters present various themes relating directly to population from a historical perspective, such as dem...
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Authors: Červenka, Jan
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Authors: Linek, Lukáš, Zdenka Mansfeldová
The sudden collapse of communism stimulated both the rapid emergence of fledgling democracies and scholarly attention to the post-communist transition. These newly democratized parliaments have been described as "parliaments in adolescence".This book identifies six parl...
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Authors: Lux, Martin, Petr Sunega, Tomáš Katrňák
Housing conditions form an important part of social stratification in many advanced industrial economies. The objective of this article is to determine the extent to which social stratification is linked to housing inequalities in the post-socialist Czech Republic; and how this r...
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Authors: Vobecká, Jana, Piguet, Virginie
This paper examines long-term trends in fertility and recent reversals in natural increase, net migration, and general fertility across residential contexts in the post-communist Czech Republic. Long-term differentials are analysed on the cumulative fertility of cohorts whose fer...
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Authors: Šimon, Martin
Historický atlas obyvatelstva českých zemí je jedním z prvních děl hodnotících prostorové aspekty téměř stoletého vývoje obyvatelstva na dnešním území Česka. V celkem dvanácti kapitolách jsou ve vývojovém srovnání představena témata jako migrace, demografická, ekonomická a kultur...
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Authors: Lux, Martin
The chapter identifies the main groups of households endangered by the decrease in financial affordability of housing in the Czech Republic during the transitional period. The current state-of-art of both national and local housing policies aiming to help those target groups are...
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Authors: Lux, Martin, Martina Mikeszová
The objective of the paper is to explain one phenomenon evident in the transformation of post-socialist states: the restitution of the housing stock. In the paper, the theory of social constructivism, including Kemeny's advanced application of this theory to the field of hous...
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Authors: Vobecka, Jana
This book studies the unique demographic behavior of Jews in Bohemia, starting from a moment in history when industrialization in Central Europe was far away in the future and when Jews were still living legally restricted lives in ghettos. Under conditions not stipulated by conv...
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Authors: Machonin, Pavel, Milan Tuček (eds.)
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Authors: Matějů, Petr, Klára Vlachová (eds.)
This mongrph is a result of the research, which took lace between 1991 and 1998and was focused primarily on pure sociological problems, concerning objectiveand subjective views on social stratification in the Czech Republic. It dealswith the development of social-economic status,...

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