A new book by our colleague, Lukasz Gruszczynski, and co-editors M. Menkes, V. Bilkova, P. Farah has been published by Routledge: The Crisis of Multilateral Legal Order - Causes, Dynamics and Implications, Routledge 2022. The book can be found at this link.
Four proposals submitted by researchers of the Centre for Social Sciences have recently received funding from the EU.
The Centre for Social Sciences expresses its strong condemnation of the Russian aggression against the sovereign state of Ukraine.
We declare our full solidarity with the people of Ukraine and with the Ukrainian academic community.
The Centre for Social Sciences seeks to provide assistance to fellow academicians and the people of Ukraine.
As energy prices are increasing, the issue of energy poverty becomes even more relevant. How are European countries considering energy poverty in policies? Ana Stojilovska, Research Fellow at the Institute for Political Science led a group of researchers to explore whether, how, and why policy documents in Spain, France, Portugal, the UK, North Macedonia, and Slovenia link energy poverty to other related policy areas. The study was published in Energy Policy with an impact factor of 7.576. The paper has been prepared within the framework of the COST-funded ENGAGER network
New Publication: Riding the Covid waves: authoritarian socio-economic responses of east central Europe’s anti-liberal governments
The paper "Riding the Covid waves: authoritarian socio-economic responses of east central Europe’s anti-liberal governments" by Gergő Medve-Bálint is published in East European Politics.
Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics (IEEJSP) invites original research papers for its thematic issue on New forms of social integration, and their relationship to new forms of inequality.
Adrienne Csizmady – Lea Kőszeghy (2022) 'Generation Rent’ in a Super Homeownership Environment: The Case of Budapest, Hungary
Adrienne Csizmady – Lea Kőszeghy (2022) 'Generation Rent’ in a Super Homeownership Environment: The Case of Budapest, Hungary, Sustainability 14(14), 8929; (Q2, IF: 3.889)
‘Morality in Political and Public Debates. What is Beyond Moral Framing?’ – Special Issue of American Behavioral Scientist (ABS)
Guest editors: Gabriella Szabó (Centre for Social Sciences, Budapest, Hungary) and Sergei Samoilenko (George Mason University)
This special issue seeks to contribute to the academic discussion of morality and moral regulation in politicized debates by focusing on interdisciplinary research in sociology, behavioral sciences, political communication, and related fields.
Judit Takács, Research Professor at the Institute for Sociology, has received the Emma Goldman Award
On 6 September 2022, Judit Takács, Research Professor of the Institute for Sociology, has been awarded the Emma Goldman Award in Vienna at the Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen (IWM).
Aron Buzogány – Szabina Kerényi – Gergely Olt (2022) Back to the grassroots? The shrinking space of environmental activism in illiberal Hungary
Aron Buzogány – Szabina Kerényi – Gergely Olt (2022) Back to the grassroots? The shrinking space of environmental activism in illiberal Hungary. Environmental Politics (Q1, IF: 5.147)
Ivett Szalma – Judit Takács (2022) Exploring Older Men’s Pathways to Childlessness in Hungary: Did the Change of Policy Regime Matter?
Ivett Szalma – Judit Takács (2022) Exploring Older Men’s Pathways to Childlessness in Hungary: Did the Change of Policy Regime Matter? Social Inclusion (10)3, 138-148. (Q2, IF: 1.543)
Ivett Szalma – Hana Hašková – Livia Oláh – Judit Takács (2022) Fragile Pronatalism? Barriers to Parenthood, One-Child Families, and Childlessness in European Post-Socialist Countries
Ivett Szalma – Hana Hašková – Livia Oláh – Judit Takács (2022) Fragile Pronatalism? Barriers to Parenthood, One-Child Families, and Childlessness in European Post-Socialist Countries, Social Inclusion (10)3, 82-86. (Q2, IF: 1.543)
12 October, 2022
Science and vaccine scepticism in light of political ideologies and partisanship during the third COVID-19 wave in Hungary
12 January, 2022
(eds. Cornelia Möser, Jennifer Ramme, Judit Takács). Published by Palgrave Macmillan
When Spatial Dimension Matters: Comparing Personal Network Characteristics in Different Segregated Areas
15 December, 2021
By Éva Huszti, Fruzsina Albert, Adrienne Csizmady, Ilona Nagy, Beáta Dávid
Social inclusion, Vol 9, No 4 (2021): In Good Company? Personal Relationships, Network Embeddedness, and Social Inclusion
18 November, 2021
Győri Ágnes – Perpék Éva (2021): Work conditions and burnout: An exploratory study among Hungarian workers in family and child welfare, child protection and pedagogical professional services. European Journal of Social Work
11 November, 2021
Éva Perpék - Ágnes Győri - György Lengyel (2021) Preferred leadership style, managerial and entrepreneurial inclination among Hungarian students. Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 10, 44 . Q2, SJR 2020: 0.48
The new special issue of Philosophical Transactions edited by CSS-RECENS researchers is now out: The language of cooperation: reputation and honest signalling
4 October, 2021
Tamás Keller's new publication in PlosOne