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Authors: Linek, Lukáš
The article provides an overview of the surveys conducted among MPs of the Czech parliament between 1993 and 2005. It describes seven surveys conducted among MPs and one survey among members of the Senate. These surveys are characterised from the perspective of the content of the...
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Authors: Lyons, Pat
This book deals with empirical research using political survey data and is primarily intended for anyone exploring politics in the Czech Republic using quantitative data. Many of the themes addressed in this study have application to the use of quantitative political data in othe...
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Authors: Večerník, Jiří
The potential provided by survey data for studying simultaneous changes in earnings disparities, inequality of household income, and the connections between them has thus far been underexploited. This paper presents various data on four Central and East European (CEE) countries,...
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Authors: Illner, Michal
On the basis of experience with initiation and implementation of decentralization reforms in the former socialist countries, the follower states of the former USSR notwithstanding, the paper discusses prerequisites to a successful decentral...
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Authors: Krejčí, Jindřich
Although the construction of databases, data processing, documentation and other operations with data may have a fundamental influence on research results, the management of data rarely receives attention as a separate subject in the methodology and practice of survey research. M...
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Authors: Růžička, Michal, Vašát, Petr
The authors argue that the work of Pierre Bourdieu (1903–2002) can be understood as composing of three pillars: (1) ‘ epistemologization’of social science, (2) attempt to overcome classical philosophical dualisms of Western thought, and (3) integration of scient...