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Authors: Chaloupková, Jana, Petra Šalamounová
Based on data from the European Social Survey 2002, this chapter compares attitudes towards immigration across European countries. Using aggregated data about numbers and structure of immigrants in European countries and indicators of country’s economic situation, this chap...
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Authors: Šimon, Martin
In this paper I seek to contribute to our understanding of Romanian immigration in the Czech Republic that has been neglected so far in the scholarly literature. This article presents evidence on a selected Romanian community in peripheral village in the Jeseník-re...
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Authors: Nešpor, Zdeněk R.
In the paper is presented the development of migration studies with special focus on the interests of social antropology. There are also summerised applications of these theories in Czech academic space. Further on the author presents possible goals and priorities of Czech migrat...
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Authors: Pospíšilová, Jaroslava, Krulichová, Eva a kol.
Globální svět čelí vážným společenským problémům, jejichž dopady můžeme vidět i v Evropě. Evropská unie, jejímž hlavním posláním je udržování míru a prosperity v rámci všech členských států, se ukázala být velmi nesourodým uskupením, které jen těžko nachází shodu na řešení komple...
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Authors: Chaloupková, Jana (ed.)
This book examines the changes in the early stages in work and family trajectories in recent decades in the Czech Republic. The individual chapters focus on changes to job mobility among, the increased diversity of family trajectories, the motives for parenthood in consensual uni...
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Authors: Čermáková, D., Leontiyeva, Y.
Using the European Social Survey data we studied migration attitudes in 19 European countries, including Czechia. We introduced and tested the assumption about the bi-dimensional nature of migration attitudes, where personalized attitudes towards immigrants as individuals might d...