The new article by Veronika Patkós and Árpád Stump titled "Do electoral reforms tend to favour the incumbents? A quantitative analysis" is now available in the Acta Politica journal.
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.
New publication: "Measuring partisan polarization with partisan differences in satisfaction with the government: the introduction of a new comparative approach"
Veronika Patkós' new article titled "Measuring partisan polarization with partisan differences in satisfaction with the government: the introduction of a new comparative approach" is now available in the Quality & Quantity journal.
Call for Application for a Joint Postdoctoral Fellowship in Law: Centre for Social Sciences Institute for Legal Studies and the Pázmány Péter Catholic University Faculty of Law and Political Sciences have established a joint fellowship programme. This programme aims to enhance international competitiveness in research and education by involving a postdoctoral foreign researcher in Hungarian academic work. The programme is termed for a period of 10 months.
New publication: Investigating the Effects of Self-centered Social Media Communication Style on User Engagement
A new article has been published in the Political Communication journal, entitled "Keep Them Engaged! Investigating the Effects of Self-centered Social Media Communication Style on User Engagement in 12 European Countries". It has been written by Márton Bene, Andrea Ceron, Vicente Fenoll, Jörg Haßler, Simon Kruschinski, Anders Olof Larsson, Melanie Magin, Katharina Schlosser and Anna-Katharina Wurst
A new article entitled "Strikingly similar: Comparing visual political communication of populist and non-populist parties across 28 countries" is now available in the European Journal of Communication. It was authored by Xénia Farkas, Daniel Jackson, Paweł Baranowski, Márton Bene, Uta Russmann, and Anastasia Veneti.
The Institute for Political Science, Centre for Social Sciences is launching a scholarship programme for BA, MA and PhD students to support scientific work in political science. The programme offers a short-term publication scholarship to increase the international visibility of the academic production of young scholars. To be eligible for a 2022 Scholarship, a candidate must be an undergraduate/graduate/doctoral student enrolled at a Hungarian University.
Marieke Heers, Ivett Szalma (2022) Gender role attitudes and father practices as predictors of nonresident father-child contact
Marieke Heers, Ivett Szalma (2022) Gender role attitudes and father practices as predictors of nonresident father-child contact. PLOS One
The new article of Miklós Sebők, Bálint György Kubik, Csaba Molnár, István Járay and Anna Székely entilted Measuring legislative stability: a new approach with data from Hungary is published in European Political Science.
Herke, Boglárka – Vicsek, Lilla (2022) The attitudes of young citizens in higher education towards universal basic income in the context of automation – A qualitative study
Herke, Boglárka – Vicsek, Lilla (2022) The attitudes of young citizens in higher education towards universal basic income in the context of automation – A qualitative study. International Journal of Social Welfare, 1– 13. (IF: 1.96, Q1)
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
Editors: Sebők, Miklós, Boda, Zsolt