Akce
9. 5. 2018 - 11. 5. 2018
Call for Papers: New Housing Challenges Workshop
To reflect and critically respond on the processes of financialization of housing across European countries the Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences and Housing and Family Dynamics Working Group under European Network for Housing Research (ENHR) invite early-ca...
Akce
9. 5. 2018 - 11. 5. 2018
Call for Papers: New Housing Challenges Workshop
To reflect and critically respond on the processes of financialization of housing across European countries the Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences and Housing and Family Dynamics Working Group under European Network for Housing Research (ENHR) invite early-ca...
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Authors: Vobecka, Jana, Butz, William, Reyes, Gerald
Commissioned by UNFPA’s Regional Office for Eastern Europe and Central Asia this report aims to supplement the information gathered from governments and civil society with academic research. The report, prepared by the International Institute for Applied ...
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Authors: Mitchell, Eva
The book explores the structure and level of financial support addressed to families with children in the Czech Republic and 16 other European countries as of January 2004. Through analysis of tax-benefit system it examines where the Czech Republic stands in respect of family sup...
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Authors: Mysíková, Martina
The study aims to analytically interlink the optics of individuals and households and focus on their demographic and socio-economic behaviour since 1989 in the Czech Republic, and compare these observations with other EU countries, primarily those of Central Eastern Europe (CEE)....
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Authors: Bierzová, Jana
The chapter is based on a qualitative study of professionals working from home using new technologies of communication. It reveals the positives and the negatives that this type of work brings for different people depending on their gender and family situation. 
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Authors: Šalamounová, Petra
The study examines the phenomenon of voluntary and involuntary childlessness, focusing in particular on its occurrence in Czech society. The aim of the study is to analyse childlessness (the current increase in the number of people who remain childless, the decline in fertility,...
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Authors: Hašková, Hana
The article reviews cultural and structural explanations of low fertility in Central and Eastern Europe. Then it answers the following questions: What factors have influenced decisions on (not) entering parenthood in the Czec...
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Authors: Maříková, Hana
Chapter deals with the question of a combination of work and family on example ot the Scandinavian companies operating in the Czech Republic. The author explores the culture in the organisation, measures and benefits for parents, captures the various cases of parents working in t...
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Authors: Dudová, Radka
The article presents partial results of a qualitative study realized in 2006 between Czech men and women managers. The purpose of the study was to compare the situation and conditions of men and women in managerial work. It shows that the main source of inequalities is the need o...
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Authors: Nešporová, Olga
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Authors: Hana Hašková (ed.), Marta Vohlídalová, Hana Maříková, Radka Dudová, Zuzana Uhde, Alena Křížková, Lenka Formánková
The book is innovative in applying both, quantitative and qualitative life-course research methodology. The authors analyse the transformation of partner and family arrangements and identify problems connected with achieving a work-life balance in Czech society. The book explains...
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Authors: Linková, Marcela, Kateřina Cidlinská, Hana Tenglerová, Marta Vohlídalová, Alice Červinková
The publication explores gender aspects of researchers’ career plans, academic mobility, combination of research and parenthood, image of science in the media and gender equality policies in science. The introductory chapter discusses current changes in research and positio...
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Authors: Večerník, Jiří
The study aims to analytically interlink the optics of individuals and households and focus on their demographic and socio-economic behaviour since 1989 in the Czech Republic, and compare these observations with other EU countries, primarily those of Central Eastern Europe (CEE)....
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Authors: Maříková, Hana
The chapter deals with the given profession which is characterized by forced high spatial and temporal flexibilities of working within the meaning of the combination of work from home and visits clients in asocial time. 
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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: Hašková, Hana
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
The chapter raises parallels between the countries in the study and the dynamics of organisational processes in those countries – CR, Germany, France and Sweden. The substantial differences between the employee policy of companies in their home countries and in the Czech br...
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Authors: Hamplová, Dana
The text focuses on the relationship between life satisfaction and marital status in 4 central European countries. While it confirms the positive effect of marriage on life satisfaction but it does not support a hypothesis that the effect of marital status will be mediate by the...
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Authors: Radimská, Radka
The article deals with the theory of French sociologist of family F. de Singly and explains his conception of private life. 

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