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Kniha popisuje vývoj systematického výzkumu společnosti na území dnešního Česka a Slovenska, s přesahem do dalších zemí středu Evropy. Autoři jednotlivých kapitol představují významné etapy tohoto výzkumu s důrazem na dění v rámci sociologie, ovšem s vědomím, že sociální výzkum se často rozvíjel na hranicích tohoto oboru či zcela mimo něj. Popisují, jak byly prováděny významné výzkumy či jakým způsobem fungovaly výzkumné instituce.

Topic: sociological data

Type of publication: MonographDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive

Introduction: Sleep is especially important to overall well-being. Some aspects of sleep have been well documented, for example sleep quantity and its effect on well-being, but the value of a consistent sleep routine remains poorly studied. University students are a population group especially susceptible to stress, mental health problems and poor sleep quality and experience changing daily schedules.

Topic: sociological data, health

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

Public support for government institutions tends to increase in the face of threats such as armed conflict, terrorism, or natural disasters. This phenomenon, known as the 'rally-'round-the-flag' effect, has also been observed as a response to the Covid-19 pandemic in many countries. Citizens' trust in the government's good intentions and ability to handle a crisis is very important, as it gives government the legitimacy to take strong measures.

Topic: civil society, politics (and political attitudes)

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

Objectives. Due to the rise of depressive symptomatology especially among vulnerable populations such as young adults during the COVID-19 outbreak, a reliable measuring tool is needed. Because of the lack of such studies, the authors decided to validate the 8-item Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CES-D 8) among Czech university students capturing the beginning of lockdown experience.

Topic: methodology

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

This article deals with Ukrainian student migration and the convergence of integration and transnationalism. Its main focus is the self-identification of young Ukrainians studying in the Czech Republic. The authors explore and describe international students' different integration and transnational dispositions and also discuss whether these dispositions could be seen as part of antagonistic or synergetic processes.

Topic: migration and mobility

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

Projekt Škola jako integrační partner je tříletým aplikačním projektem realizovaným Sociologickým ústavem Akademie věd ČR, v. v. i., vletech 2019 až 2021 aspolufinancovaným se státní podporou Technologické agentury ČR v rámci Programu ÉTA 2. Partnerem neboli aplikačním garantem tohoto projektu je hlavní město Praha.

Topic: migration and mobility, social policy, public policy, education

Type of publication: Other publicationDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive, Local and regional studies

Topic: gender, kultura, social inequalities, sociologická teorie, sociology of science

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

Topic: sociologická teorie

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

Topic: gender, kultura

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

Topic: trust/social cohesion, intergenerational relations, family

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

The article deals with the public opinion research before 1989 in then Czechoslovakia. The most important public opinion research institution of its time is the subject of discussed analysis, i.e. The Institute for Public Opinion Research, which operated in the framework of several institutional arrangements during the period 1946 to 1990 (in the 1970s also with the name changed to the Public Opinion Research Cabinet).

Topic: history of sociology

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

Basic trends in the deployment of foreigners in the Czech Republic 2008-2015: Residential segregation from the perspective of individualized neighbourhoods of various size, by Martin Šimon, Ivana Křížková, Adam Klsák, Renáta Mikešová and Yana Leontiyeva

Topic: housing, identity, kultura, urban and rural studies, methodology, migration and mobility, regions, public administration

Type of publication: Peer-reviewed journal articleDepartment: Czech Social Science Data Archive, Local and regional studies

As a social science data archive, we focus on collecting research data and archiving it. However, there are more responsibilities that come with data archiving: cooperation on international social surveys (ISSP, ESS), supporting secondary data analysis and much more. Significant part of our work is to communicate with students and researchers, to educate them about data management and data analysis.

Topic: methodology, sociological data

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

This study focuses on the approaches used by Czech social workers operating in the field of child protection to resolve parental conflicts and looks specifically at their inclination to employ defensive practice. Defensive practice involves prioritising regulations and prescribed rules over the interests of clients, i.e. parents and children.

Topic: trust/social cohesion, value orientations, methodology, social policy

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

This study explores the acquiescent response style (ARS) among respondents in the Czech Republic. To analyse ARS, confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) was employed and the response style (RS) was modelled as a latent variable. The RS factor in the CFA model must be validated by its relationship to education and age, i.e. proxies of cognitive ability. The two studies presented in this article use large amount of data as all available balanced batteries of items were analysed.

Topic: methodology

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

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