21. - 22. 3. 2017
AKC, Husova 4a, 110 00 Praha 1

Výzkumná infrastruktura European Social Survey (ESS ERIC) spolu s českým uzlem ESS-CZ pořádá setkání Visegrádské regionální sítě ESS. Cílem setkání je prezentace a diskuze výsledků výzkumu na datech ESS (Perception of immigration; Understanding democracy/Trust in institutions/Fear of Crime; Work-life balance), diskuze o národních politikách podpory sociálních věd v Česku, Maďarsku, Polsku a na Slovensku a udržitelnost účasti zemí V4 v projektu European Social Survey.

Day 1: March 21, 2017

13.30 – 13.45

  • Henk Stronkhorst (ESS HQ): Introduction to ESS Visegrad regional network

13.45 – 15.15 Panel 1: Perception of immigration

Chair: Petra Anýžová                  

  • Michal Kentoš (SAS): Perception of safety and immigration
  • Dita Čermáková (IS CAS): Attitudes towards immigrants in Visegrad states: view of different concepts
  • Zbigniew Karpinski (IFiS PAN): Changes in opinions towards immigration in Europe, 2002 - 2014: A multi-level analysis
  • Vera Messing (HAS CSS): Causes of xenophobic attitudes in Hungary and the Visegrad countries: the potential roles of the threat of social marginalization and the education systems.

15.30 – 17.00 Panel 2: Science policy relevant for the region

Chair: Klára Plecitá

  • Petr Ventluka (MEYS, Czechia): Advantages and challenges of participation in pan-European research infrastructures in Czechia, i.e. for researchers, policy makers and funders
  • Dariusz Drewniak (MSHE, Poland): The main trends in science policy in Poland
  • Kazimierz M. Slomczynski, I. Dubrow (IPS PAS/OSU, Poland): Representation of European Countries in International Survey Projects: ESS in Comparative Perspective
  • Pawel B. Sztabinski (IPS PAS): Whether the enhancement of survey participation improves the sample composition. The example of ESS7 in Poland.


Day 2: March 22, 2017

9.30 – 11.00  Panel 3: Understanding democracy/Trust in institutions/Fear of Crime

Chair: Klára Plecitá

  • Bence Ságvári (HAS CSS): Understanding and Evaluations of Democracy in Europe and in Hungary. The Challenge of Measuring an Abstract Concept Across Countries
  • Jaroslava Pospíšilová (IS CAS): Are interested citizens more satisfied with the way democracy works in their country?
  • Jozef Výrost (NC SK): Some examples of external validity of social trust in the ESS R1-7 data
  • Eva Krulichová (IS CAS): Relationship between fear of crime and risk perception across Europe

11.15 – 12.30 Panel 4: Work-life balance

Chair: Petra Anýžová

  • Dana Hamplová (IS CAS): Are working mothers happy?
  • Denisa Fedáková (SAS): Thoughts about work-life (family) balance based on ESS V4 data
  • Dániel Oross (HAS CSS): Can Women's Political Knowledge Explain the Differences in Women's Political Participation in Visegrad countries?

12.30 – 12.45 Meeting closure

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