Special issues in English

Civil societies and social movements in the changing democracies of Central and Eastern Europe
:: Special issue in English No. 5 (2017)

  • Márton Gerő – Szabina Kerényi: Anti-Soros rallies and blazing EU flags. Civil society and social movements between populism and democracy in Central and Eastern Europe
  • Felix Jaitner – Tobias Spöri: The tip of the iceberg? Protest and crisis-prone development in Central and Eastern Europe since 1989
  • Ondřej Slačálek – Eva Svobodová: Professionalised “civil society” vs. grassroots “uncivil society”? The “Little Czech” 20 years later
  • Maryna Shevtsova: Friend or foe? Foreign donors’ role in the formation of civil society in Ukraine
  • Dániel Oross – Dániel Róna – Andrea Szabó: Patterns of civic participation among politically active students in Hungary
  • Igor Stipić: Constructing “the people”. Citizen populism against ethnic hegemony in Bosnia-Herzegovina in the light of the 2013–2014 protests
  • Jana Tsoneva: Quantity vs Quality. Сitizens and anti-citizens in the Bulgarian protests of 2013
  • Dragomir Stoyanov – Leyla Sayfutdinova: Protest movements and the Bulgarian parliamentary elections of 2013–2014
  • Ruxandra Gubernat – Henry P. Rammelt: Recreative activism in Romania. How cultural affiliation and lifestyle yield political engagement

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:: Space and society :: Special issue in English No 4. (2016)

  • Social and spatial exclusions 
    Authors of the section: Tünde Virág, Katalin Fehér, András Vigvári, Cecilia Fe L Sta Maria

  • Rural-urban relationships
    Authors of the section: Riccardo Brozzi – Agnieszka Elzbieta Stawinoga – Christian Hoffmann – Thomas Streifeneder, Peter Ehrstorm, Judit Farkas, Máté Tamáska
  • Local and territorial development
    Authors of the section: Anna Augustyn – Gusztáv Nemes, Krzysztof Gorlach – Martyna Wierzba-Kubat – Anna Jastrzębiec-Witowska – Piotr Nowak, Eliza Bodor-Eranus – Hanna Kónya – László Letenye
  • Doctoral thesis main findings
    Author: Zoltán Lakatos
     

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:: The social meaning of food :: Special issue in English No. 3 (2015)
Papers presented at the workshop: The social meaning of food, Budapest, 16–17 June, 2015
Organised by socio.hu and Institute for Sociology CSS HAS
>> Programme   >> List of participants    >> Abstracts

  • ”Eating the planet” Seeking a philosophy of food in the anthropocene, by Karl Bruckmeier
  • Local food and civic food networks as a real utopias project, by Ivan Cucco and Maria Fonte
  • The bitter and sweet of chocolate in Europe, by Carla D. Martin and Kathryn E. Sampeck
  • Traditional foods in rural villages of the Central Dalmatian islands of Brač, Vis and Hvar, by Neven Duvnjak and Đeni Macan
  • Social farming as a means of poverty reduction in rural Hungary, by Ildikó Asztalos Morell
  • Feeding Roma families: From hunger to inequalities, by Lynette Šikić-Mićanović
  • Discourses about the meaning of the local food. Investigations in Romanian urban contexts, by Laura Nistor
  • Enclaves of activism and taste: Consumer cooperatives in Poland as alternative food networks, by Aleksandra Bilewicz and Ruta Śpiewak
  • Local food production and local identity: Interdependency of development tools and results, by Bernadett Csurgó and Boldizsár Megyesi
  • LEADER: Results and problems at local level, by Ágnes Blága

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:: Sociological aspects of Central Europe :: Special issue in English No. 2 (2014)
  • Laboratories of Integration. Divided Twin Towns in the Visegrad Countries and Germany, by Marcin Dębicki and Máté Tamáska
  • From people to power. How do politicians represent their recruitment into parliament? A comparative analysis of the Visegrad countries, by András Nógrádi and Dániel Oross
  • Public maternalism in the Czech Republic and Hungary: work-family policies in two post-socialist welfare states, by Martina Kampichler and Erika Kispéter
  • Integration vs Marginalization: Shaping the Patterns of Circular Migration, by Galyna Gorodetska
  • The issue of Central Europe in major Czech and Slovak Sociology journals: Sociologický časopis/Czech Sociological Review and Sociológia/Slovak Sociological Review between 1990 and 2000, by Dušan Janák and Robert Klobucký
  • Texts, structures and experiences: The society of state socialist Hungary in a historical perspective, by György Majtényi

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:: Faces of Knowledge :: Special issue in English No. 1 (2013)

  • The Impatient Patient by Tamás Bereczky
  • Multiple Discrimination and the Quality of Jobs across Europe by Katalin Tardos
  • Justice on the Streets by Éva Tessza Udvarhelyi
  • Workshop conference on Science and Technology Studies in Hungary by Gábor Szegedi
  • Who is thirsty for science and for what kind of science? by Ágnes Pakot

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