Hyphens – Yearbook of Doctoral School of Sociology

Hyphens – Yearbook of Doctoral School of Sociology

Hyphens yearbook

Hyphens yearbook

Hyphens 2019

The English version of Hyphens 2019 can be read and downloaded online from the TÁTK website.

On September 25, 2018, the Sociological Doctoral School at the Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Social Sciences, in conjunction with the ELTE Faculty of Law Political Science Doctoral School, organised an inter­national conference with the participation of doctoral students conducting research in the fields of social science. The goal of the conference was to share key hypotheses and research results with each other in sections and with participating professors.  At the end of the conference the editors of this volume asked the moderators of the given sections to choose those presentations which in their judgment were most successful. We have selected presentations for this vol­ume which were recommended by section moderators and whose authors agreed to further develop into papers. We eventually chose seven exciting and outstanding studies, which can be put into two wide thematic blocks.

The volume is edited by Antal Örkény, Director of the Sociology Doctoral Program, György Csepeli, Director of the Interdisciplinary Social Research Doctoral Program, and Frank T. Zsigó, Associate Professor of Department of International Relations and European Studies

Papers in the volume

Antal Örkény, György Csepeli, Frank T. Zsigó

Éva Számely
How Does History explain Europe’s current cultural setup?

Géza Tokár
Independence Movements within the European Union

Tibor Hargitai
Does contagion explain changes in the domestic EU policies of member states?

Emese Kővágó
Commemorative Practices – the 1944 Massacres in Vojvodina

Klára Tatár-Kiss
Women in leadership: the potential correlation between Protestant or Catholic religion and gender equality in Europe

Kitti Kutrovátz
The inequality of parental time – the role of socioeconomic status

Polina Zhidkova
Determinants of financial disagreements between spouses in Russia: the gender dimension