Entered keyword "politics (and political attitudes)" yielded 108 results.
Authors: Sunega, Petr, Martin Lux
This article examines if regional differences in housing affordability have an impact on labour mobility. This relationship is important for understanding the sources of structural unemployment and impediments to economic growth. A time series regression analysis reveals that the...
Authors: Vašát, Petr
The article studies homelessness in the city of Pilsen, but instead of the traditional perspective, which works with the common definition of a ‘homeless person’, it introduces and defines the relational concept of the poorest class. The advantages of this class conce...
Authors: Šustrová, Klára, Šimon, Martin
Changing life-style patterns in urban and rural environment has been a perennial topic in social science research. The differences between urban and rural gained different meaning and different significance today then they has had during industrial urbanization characterized with...
The project focuses on the time and space of homeless persons in relation to conditions of a post-socialistic city. Its goal is to describe characteristics, life and time-space paths and everyday life of homeless people in the context of two Czech cities. The project is unique in...
Project duration: 2015 - 2017
The project focuses on Prague allotments as an empirical example of the changing approach to urban nature and urban planning after the fall of socialism. Allotments represent spaces of affection and care. As urban nature, they are spaces of intense political negotiations. The pro...
Project duration: 2016 - 2018
1. 11. 2015 - 15. 11. 2015
Sociologický ústav na letošním Týdnu vědy a techniky AV ČR nabízí řadu tématických přednášek našich vědkyň a vědců. Tématem letošního ročníku TVT je 15 světelných let, čímž odkazuje ke tradici největšího vědeckého festivalu v Česku. Akce probíhá ve dnech 1.–15. 11. 2015. V průběh...
The new Socioeconomics of Housing department was established in 2009 and continues in activities of the Socioeconomics of Housing team that was a part of the Economic sociology department since 2000. In the beginning, it focused on studying housing expenditures (housing consumpti...
Head of department: Ing. Mgr. Martin Lux, Ph.D.
Authors: Mikeszová, Martina, Martin Lux, Jan Sládek
The chapter deals with an analysis of housing unaffordability in the Czech Republic from 2000 to 2009. The objective is (1) to map the types of households potentially at risk of being unable to afford housing based on analysis of incomes and housing prices (2) to map the types of...
Authors: Lux, Martin, Petr Sunega, Martina Mikeszová, Jiří Večerník, František Matyáš
The study presents results of selected theoretical and empirical studies of international housing research focused on relationships between labour market (labour oriented migration) and housing market. Additionally the study aims to analyse the total household migration flows and...
The main objective of the project was determine whether there exist “transitive”, institutionally and culturally specific factors behind the high prices and low financial affordability of older and new owner-occupied housing in Prague, and to estimate their influence and the poss...
Project duration: 2005 - 2007
The project will reveal, quantify and analyze actual regional disparities (among regions NUTS 3) in availability and affordability of housing in the Czech Republic. The time series describing the development of such disparities will be provided. The project will also analyse the...
Project duration: 2007 - 2011
Authors: Sunega, Petr
This paper deals primarily with the problem of the accessibility of housing in the Czech Republic. On the basis of data drawn from the study on Attitudes to Housing in the Czech Republic 2001, the satisfaction of the Czech population with current housing is assessed. The second p...
Authors: Lux, Martin
The study describes the development in financial affordability of housing in the Czech Republic and EU countries. The affordability is analysed for all tenures: rental housing, co-operative housing and home-ownership. Using econometric models it evaluates the consequences of pote...
Authors: Sunega, Petr
The aim of the article is to highlight the connection between the labour and housing markets, focused on the barriers potentially obstructing the labour migration. Negative influence of growing share of owner-occupied housing on willingness to move was documented for the Czech Re...
14. 11. 2013
Sociologický ústav AV ČR, v.v.i., si Vás dovoluje pozvat na čtvrteční seminář, kde vystoupí PETR GIBAS s přednáškou
Authors: Sunega, Petr
Authors: Loquenz, Jan, Šimon, Martin
This paper seeks to introduce readers to a recent trend in migration research. Amenity migration is an emerging concept that focuses on ‘better-environment-seeking’ migration. Firstly, we discuss the basis of amenity migration, its primary driving forces and its...
Authors: Sunega, Petr, Daniel Čermák, Zdenka Vajdová
The theoretical part of the study explains basic approaches from the field of housing careers. The analytic part of the study is based on an observation of the personal housing histories, in the period between 1960 and 2001, of Czech citizens, who were respondents in the Housing...
29. 1. 2014
Jaké potřeby nám město uspokojuje a jaké frustruje? Jak ovlivňuje naše zdraví? Jak je možné o naše město pečovat?
At present, Do-It-Yourself culture (DIY) is generally understood as part of the Czech national identity and a Czech national feature, which reflects the nation´s specific historical experience and national memory. Although DIY as a Czech national feature refers to the everyday ex...
Project duration: 2018 - 2020