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Authors: Šafr, Jiří, Dalibor Holý
Authors discuss the problem of standardization of measures of social status and social class in international comparative surveys. Apart from presenting occupational scales: occupational prestige SIOPS and socioeconomic status ISEI-08, the authors also discuss in detail the princ...
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Authors: Dudová, Radka
This volume looks at the risks affecting the private life of individuals, risks that have been ushered in by changes in the labour market, and it examines whether the shape of the family is changing in the Czech Republic and what groups are most affected by and who most at risk f...
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Authors: Hašková, Hana
Author analyzes opinions of Czech men and women on division of housework. She finds out that the division is not equal and the inequality is perceived as unjust by majority of Czech men and women. She also finds out that this perception strengthen number of conflicts about the di...
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Authors: Hamplová, Dana, Martin Kreidl
The chapter analyzes labor market mobility of Czech men in 1990s. It investigates job-to-job, job-to-unemployment, job-to-maternity/parental track moves. It compares the first and the second half of 1990s and shows that relatively little has changed.
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Authors: Tuček, Milan, Pavel Machonin
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Authors: Večerník, Jiří
The changing social status of pensioners is structured according to stylized periods. The communist regime shifted pensioners to the margins of society. The democratic transition empowered pensioners as voters. Debate about pension reform is reported then and the possible impact...
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Authors: Nešporová, Olga, Věra Kuchařová
The monograph paper focuses on the issue of immigration from a family perspective, which has so far been largely overlooked by research into migration in the Czech Republic. Only one group of immigrants is observed, namely immigrants from "third countriesö to which the stric...
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Authors: Křížková, Alena
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Authors: Hašková, Hana, Šamanová, Gabriela
Research report presents analysis of quantitative sociological data with focus on harmonization of work and family, family-friendly forms of work, division of housework, planning of parenthood and chances for education in the Czech Republic. 
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Authors: Křížková, Alena, Hašková, Hana, Dudová, Radka, Uhde, Zuzana, Maříková, Hana
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Sociologický ústav Akademie věd ČR, v.v.i., vypisuje výběrové řízení na místo odborného pracovníka/odborné pracovnice (Ph.D. student/studentka) pro účast na projektu Panelový výzkum: Dynamika změny v české společnosti, 2014-2018.
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Authors: Dudová, Radka, Hašková, Hana
Dudová, Radka, Hana Hašková. 2014. „Prekérní práce pečujících žen v kontextu ekonomické krize.“ Gender, rovné příležitosti, výzkum 15 (2): 19-32, http://dx.doi.org/10.13060/12130028.2014.15.2.128Abstract: In this article the authors examine the forms and exper...
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Authors: Mysíková, Martina
The text describes labour market statistics and several research projects carried out by the Czech Statistical Office. This chapter concentrates on Czech surveys, organized as a part of larger European research projects, like European Union Statistics on Income and Living Conditi...
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Authors: Křížková, Alena (ed.), Hana Maříková, Hana Hašková, Jana Bierzová
This study is the outcome of an analysis of a questionnaire survey that focused on the degree to which Czech parents develop individual and family strategies for combining work and family life, and the objective was to examine the situation and strategies of parents currently liv...
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Authors: Vohlídalová, Marta
This volume looks at the risks affecting the private life of individuals, risks that have been ushered in by changes in the labour market, and it examines whether the shape of the family is changing in the Czech Republic and what groups are most affected by and who most at risk f...
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Authors: Křížková, Alena
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Authors: Hašková, Hana
The paper analyses changes in timing, patterns and motives of Czech pre-1989 and post-1989 mothers´ return to employment. 

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