Found 199 publications (displayed results 101 - 120)

Chapter briefly presents the basic terminology, i.e. terms like tolerance, ethnic minority and a foreigner, and focuses on relevant research findings from the Institute of Sociology AS CR. In addition to reporting the survey results, the authors monitor the long-term trends in attitudes Czech society has towards ethnic minorities and foreigners, and try to answer the question whether the Czech society is tolerant.

Topic: migration and mobility, sociological data

Type of publication: Chapter in monographDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

Topic: methodology

Type of publication: Public event or educational activityDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

The article has two goals: (1) bring attention to the problem of inappropriate treatment of survey data quality issues in the social sciences, and (2) introduce the basic principles of contemporary approaches to survey quality. If quality evaluation focuses solely on sampling error, most aspects of data quality are ignored and surveys are assumed to have ‘ideal’ statistical characteristics that are rarely attainable in the pragmatic world of survey fieldwork.

Topic: methodology, sociological data

Type of publication: Article with impact factorDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

The paper provides a brief introduction into current approaches on sample survey quality and showes their impact on isues of survey non-response.

Topic: methodology

Type of publication: Paper published in conference proceedingsDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

Brief information on so called ESFRI process, which concerns development and implementation of the Roadmap of Large European Research Infrastructures and overview of social science infrastructure projects included into the Roadmap.

Topic: sociological data

Type of publication: Peer-reviewed journal articleDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

The chapter provides an introduction into several problematic issues concerned organisation of public opinion polls and publication of their results in media.

Topic: methodology, public opinion

Type of publication: Chapter in monographDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

The article deals with attitudes towards the impact of immigration in the Czech Republic and other European countries.

Topic: migration and mobility

Type of publication: Public event or educational activityDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

The article deals with attitudes of respondents towards multicultural co-existence and cultural adaptation of immigrants – primarily in the Czech Republic but comparison with other European coutries is included as well.

Topic: migration and mobility

Type of publication: Public event or educational activityDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

Ukrainians in the CR constitute the largest group of newcomer immigrants. At the same there is an officially recognised Ukrainian minority with a rich history of cultural and civic activities on the Czech lands, especially in the first part of the last century. The author of the article is mapping today’s Ukrainian community in the Czech Republic and evaluating the level of its organisation and integration potential.

Topic: migration and mobility, work

Type of publication: Paper published in conference proceedingsDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

This article deals with problems of religiosity research in sociology. First I concentrate on more general topics connected with religiosity research as is cross-country validity of survey instruments or relationship of theoretical concepts and empirical indicators in sociological surveys. Another part is about attending religious ceremonies which is one of the most significant (statistically as well as substantially) indicators in religiosity research.

Topic: methodology, religion and religiosity

Type of publication: Peer-reviewed journal articleDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

Topic: methodology

Type of publication: Public event or educational activityDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

Essay examines content of magazine Bravo from the point of view of life style intermediation, inequality reproduction and value orientation. Values that the magazine shows on young celebrities’ stories are success, diligence, independence, physical attraction and traditional family values. In the sections pointed on advices in the field of relationship dominate values as private happiness, personal benefit and self-fulfilment.

Topic: media, lifestyle

Type of publication: Chapter in monographDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

Chapter deals with the attitudes toward foreigners in the czech labor market. Based on many conducted surveys are then presented views on various aspects of the employment of foreigners in our country. Comparison of these basic attitudes and their evolution are also presented in this chapter.

Topic: migration and mobility, work

Type of publication: Chapter in monographDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

The chapter contains description and interpretation of sociological surveys on attitudes towards individual national and ethnic groups.

Topic: human relations, migration and mobility

Type of publication: Chapter in monographDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

The article deals with attitudes of respondents towards multicultural co-existence and cultural adaptation of immigrants – primarily in the Czech Republic but comparison with other European coutries is included as well.

Topic: human relations, migration and mobility

Type of publication: Chapter in monographDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

The chapter is discussing attitudes of Czech population towards immigration in terms of its negative and positive impact on the society; to what extent Czechs associate this phenomenon with a problem for their country and also how they perceive themselves in terms of being tolerant toward foreigners.

Topic: human relations, migration and mobility

Type of publication: Chapter in monographDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

Authors examine insti¬tutional contexts, ideologies and practices that have sha¬ped citizenship of women in various socio-economic, ethnic and national groups in Czech society since 1940s. They challenge static descriptions of gender relations in the communist societies in Europe. The continuity of discourse, practices, and institutions before and after 1989 is highlighted, de¬monstrating how difficult it is for cultural and institutional changes to take place.

Topic: gender

Type of publication: Chapter in monographDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

In this chapter the authors focus on the integration of foreigners into so-called ‘core’ institutions, which determine a migrant’s socioeconomic status, opportunities, and available resources. Special attention is given to the access to the social security system, to the health care system, to the education system, and last but not least to the labour market.

Topic: migration and mobility, social policy

Type of publication: Chapter in monographDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

The aim of the book is twofold, (1) to provide a comparative summaries on Central and Eastern Europe focused on a variety of topics, ranging from work flexibility to the role of women, (2) to present new ways for comparative research, one with help of new visualisation tools and the other with new forms of analyses, which are able to process large quantities of currently unused but available data sets.

Topic: methodology, sociological data

Type of publication: MonographDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

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