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  • Publication Date: 2015-06-11
    Description: Content: Ulrike Becker, Max Kaase, Gabor Klaniczay, and Vera Sparschuh: Social Sciences in Central and Eastern Europe on the Verge of EU Enlargement (7-10); Andrei Plesu: Financing Difference. Fostering the Social Sciences in the Field of Tension Between Homogenization and Differentiation (12-16); Elemer Henkiss: Brilliant Ideas or Brilliant Errors? (17-24); Janos Matyas Kovacs: Business as (Un)usual (26-33); Mitko Dimitrov: Bulgaria (34-49); Frantisek Turnovec: Czech Republic (50-64); Tiia Püss: Estonia (65-82); Laszlo Csaba: Hungary (83-101); Raita Karnite: Latvia (102-120); Linas Cekanavicius: Lithuania (121-134); Tadeusz Kowalik: Poland (135-151); Paul Dragos Aligica: Romania (152-167); Julius Horvath: Slovakia (168-186); Joze Mencinger: Slovenia (187-194); Hans-Jürgen Wagener: Demand and Supply of Economic Knowledge in Transition Countries (195-203); Hans-Dieter Klingemann: Political Science in Central and Eastern Europe: National Development and International Integration (206-212); Georgi Karasimeonov: Bulgaria (213-225); Jan Holzer and Pavel Pseja: Czech Republic (226-245); Raivo Vetik: Estonia (246-257); Mate Szabo: Hungary (258-274); Andris Runcis: Latvia (275-285); Algis Krupavicius: Lithuania (286-305); Stanislaw Gebethner and Radoslaw Markowski: Poland (306-321); Daniel Barbu: Romania (322-342); Darina Malova and Silvia Mihalikova: Slovakia (343-357); Danica Fink-Hafner: Slovenia (358-374); Pal Tamas: Followers or Activists? Social Scientists in the Reality Shows of Transformation (376-385); Nikolai Genov: Bulgaria (386-404); Michal Illner: Czech Republic (405-424); Mikk Titma: Estonia (425-436); Denes Nemedi and Peter Robert: Hungary (437-451); Aivars Tabuns: Latvia (452-466); Anele Vosyliute: Lithuania (467-483); Janusz Mucha and Pawel Zalecki: Poland (484-501); Maria Larionescu: Romania (502-517); Zuzana Kusa, Bohumil Buzik, Ludovit Turcan and Robert Klobucky: Slovakia (518-535); Frane Adam and Matej Makarovic: Slovenia (536-547); Piotr Sztompka: The Condition of Sociology in East-Central Europe (548-556); Mihaly Sarkany: Cultural and Social Anthropology in Central and Eastern Europe (558-566); Thomas Kucera and Olga Kucerova: Population science in Central and Eastern Europe: Implications for Research and Practice (567-577); Marie-Claude Maurel: Central European Geography and the Post-Socialist Transformation. A Western Point of View (578-587); Grazyna Skapska: Law and Society in a Natural Laboratory: the Case of Poland in the Broader Context of East-Central Europe (588-603).
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    Keywords: Allgemeines zur Soziologie, spezielle Theorien, Geschichte der Soziologie ; Wissenschaftssoziologie, Wissenschafts-, Technikforschung, Techniksoziologie ; Allgemeines, spezielle Theorien, Geschichte der Politikwissenschaft ; Allgemeines, spezielle Theorien und Schulen, Methoden, Entwicklung und Geschichte der Wirtschaftswissenschaften ; Volkswirtschaftslehre ; Politikwissenschaft ; Soziologie ; Mitteleuropa ; Osteuropa ; postsozialistisches Land ; Kulturanthropologie ; Demographie ; Geographie ; Recht ; Wissenschaft ; Forschung ; Entwicklung ; General Sociology, Basic Research, General Concepts and History of Sociology, Sociological Theories ; Sociology of Science, Sociology of Technology, Research on Science and Technology ; Basic Research, General Concepts and History of Political Science ; Allgemeines, spezielle Theorien und Schulen, Methoden, Entwicklung und Geschichte der Wirtschaftswissenschaften ; economics ; political science ; sociology ; Central Europe ; Eastern Europe ; post-socialist country ; cultural anthropology ; demography ; geography ; law ; science ; research ; development
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    Deutschland | Germany | Berlin
    In:  2007-202 | Discussion Papers / Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, Forschungsprofessur "Neue Formen von Governance" | 25
    Publication Date: 2018-05-30
    Description: "In Deutschland wurde Gleichstellungspolitik von Beginn an über Steuerungsformen betrieben, die heute Gegenstand der Governanceforschung sind. Die feministische Politikwissenschaft kann darum dieser neuen Forschungsperspektive wichtige Antworten zu ihren Kernfragen anbieten. Im Rückgriff auf zentrale Ergebnisse feministischer Forschung machen die Autorinnen die Grenzen der Steuerbarkeit in den Bereichen Recht, Ökonomie und Sozialpolitik deutlich. Konkret wird die Vielfalt der Governanceformen und -modi an der Politik zu Entgeltgleichheit, zu Gleichheit in der Sorgearbeit und in der Verwaltungspolitik herausgearbeitet. Im Fazit werden die Synergieeffekte und die gemeinsamen Anliegen der feministischen Politikwissenschaft und der Governanceforschung aufgezeigt." (Autorenreferat)
    Description: "In Germany equal opportunity policy has been conducted from the beginning by forms of regulation, which are currently the subject of governance research. Feminist political science can thus offer important answers to the core questions of this new research perspective. By drawing on the main results of feminist research, the authors first clarify the boundaries of governance in the areas law, the economy, and social policy. Specifically, the diversity of forms and modes of governance will be illustrated for policies concerning wage equality, equality in childcare, and in administrative policy. In the conclusion the authors address the synergetic effects and the common concerns of feminist political science and governance research." (author's abstract)
    Keywords: Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie ; Social sciences, sociology, anthropology ; Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung ; Women's Studies, Feminist Studies, Gender Studies ; gender relations ; gender studies ; gender policy ; governance ; equality of rights ; affirmative action ; gender-specific factors ; gender mainstreaming ; man ; political science ; gray literature ; Gender Mainstreaming ; Gleichstellung ; geschlechtsspezifische Faktoren ; Governance ; graue Literatur ; Geschlechterpolitik ; Mann ; Geschlechterverhältnis ; Gleichberechtigung ; Geschlechterforschung ; Politikwissenschaft ; descriptive study ; deskriptive Studie
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    Anderes Land | Misc. Country | Zagreb
    In:  200
    Publication Date: 2018-05-30
    Description: Papers of the International Conference "Reforms in Lisbon Strategy Implementation: Economic and Social Dimensions", was held on 3 May 2006 in Zagreb. Contents: Samardzija, V.: The Lisbon strategy in the wider European context; Randzio-Plath, Ch.: The Lisbon strategy: Framework for social reform agenda in the EU; Zgajewski, T.: The Lisbon strategy: What is wrong? Radlo, M.: The Lisbon Process inthe EU: Kesson for Croatia; Hribernik, M.: Lisgon Agenda implementation: The exemple of Slovenia; Szemler, T.; Reform programmes in Hungary: Lisbon matters? Potucek, M.: Does the Lisbon strategy matter? The Czech experience. Mimica, N.: The Lisbon agenda and the relocation of economic activites abroad: Services and the labour market.
    Keywords: Politikwissenschaft ; Political science ; Lissabon Vertrag ; Europapolitik ; European Politics ; politische Folgen ; EU-Erweiterung ; EU-Vertrag ; political impact ; EU Treaty ; EU expansion ; descriptive study ; deskriptive Studie
    Type: Konferenzband , Sammelwerk , collection , conference proceedings
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    MISC
    In:  Annals of the University of Bucharest / Political science series | 16 | 1 | 25-38
    Publication Date: 2017-07-17
    Description: The article and its five propositions question the current performance and future strength of political science as a discipline. Its empirics are based on the book series ‘The World of Political Science’, published between 2006 and 2012, on the development and current state of the various sub-disciplines, asking the question of ‘why we are where we are’ in political science. The topics discussed in the first section on the discipline’s actual strength are the relationship between the United States, Europe and the rest of the world, the advances and challenges of the discipline, and the issue of fragmentation and specialization. The second section addresses the relevance of political science to society and politics and the third the impact of current politics on the discipline. The text was presented at a preparatory conference in Helsinki in December 2013 and will be further discussed during a special round-table session at the International Political Science Association’s world congress in Montreal in July 2014. The propositions are intended to trigger debate among political scientists.
    Keywords: Bildung und Erziehung ; Education ; Bildungswesen tertiärer Bereich ; Makroebene des Bildungswesens ; University Education ; Macroanalysis of the Education System, Economics of Education, Educational Policy ; Politikwissenschaft ; Fragmentierung ; Spezialisierung ; Bologna-Prozess ; Wissenschaftsdisziplin ; political science ; fragmentation ; specialization ; Bologna Process ; scientific discipline ; 10500
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    DEU
    In:  International journal for research in vocational education and training | 3 | 1 | 16-28
    Publication Date: 2018-04-06
    Description: The EU represents a transforming educational space, where national and supranational boundaries in educational governance are becoming blurred. The EU has become an important actor in educational governance and an important arena for policy learning and transfer. This paper explores how the process of reshaping the educational space manifests itself in the process of the Europeanization of VET policy in the case of Estonia. In Estonia, this process was followed by the growth of executive VET institutions and has developed from rather uncritical initial policy transfer to more active learning from the EU, although conformism can still be seen in cases of the introduction of standardizing policy tools. (author's abstract)
    Keywords: Politikwissenschaft ; Bildung und Erziehung ; Education ; Political science ; Bildungsraum ; Makroebene des Bildungswesens ; Europapolitik ; European Politics ; Macroanalysis of the Education System, Economics of Education, Educational Policy ; Estonia ; EU ; vocational education policy ; educational policy ; education standards ; vocational education ; Europeanization ; Bildungsstandards ; Estland ; Berufsbildung ; Bildungspolitik ; Europäisierung ; Berufsbildungspolitik ; EU ; 20100 ; 10600
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    Berg | Vereinigtes Königreich | United Kingdom | Oxford
    In:  Culture Machine Series | 224
    Publication Date: 2018-05-30
    Description: What does 'anticapitalism' really mean for the politics and culture of the twenty-first century? Anticapitalism is an idea which, despite going global, remains rooted in the local, persisting as a loose collection of grassroots movements and actions. Anticapitalism needs to develop a coherent and cohering philosophy, something which cultural theory and the intellectual legacy of the New Left can help to provide, notably through the work of key radical thinkers, such as Ernesto Laclau, Stuart Hall, Antonio Negri, Gilles Deleuze and Judith Butler. Anticapitalism and Culture argues that there is a strong relationship between the radical tradition of cultural studies and the new political movements which try to resist corporate globalization. Indeed, the two need each other: whilst theory can shape and direct the huge diversity of anticapitalist activism, the energy and sheer political engagement of the anticapitalist movement can breathe new life into cultural studies. Anticapitalism is an idea which, despite going global, remains rooted in the local, persisting as a loose collection of grassroots movements and actions. This work argues that there is a strong relationship between the radical tradition of cultural studies and the new political movements which try to resist corporate globalization. Contents: Introduction; 1. A political history of cultural studies, part one: The Post-War Years; 2. A political history of cultural studies, part two: The Politics of Defeat; 3. Another World is Possible: The Anti-Capitalist Movement; 4. (Anti)Capitalism and Culture; 5. Ideas in Action: Rhizomatics, Radical Democracy, and the Power of the Multitude; 6. Mapping the Territory: Prospects for Resistance in the Neoliberal Conjuncture; 7. Beyond the Activist Imaginary: Nomadic Strategies for the New Partisans; Conclusion - Liberating the Collective; Bibliography; Index.
    Keywords: Politikwissenschaft ; Political science ; Allgemeines, spezielle Theorien und Schulen, Methoden, Entwicklung und Geschichte der Politikwissenschaft ; Basic Research, General Concepts and History of Political Science ; Theorie ; politische Linke ; soziale Bewegung ; historische Entwicklung ; Kapitalismus ; Protestbewegung ; 21. Jahrhundert ; Antiglobalisierungsbewegung ; Neoliberalismus ; Marxismus ; Antikapitalismus ; Kulturwissenschaft ; Kultur ; capitalism ; cultural studies ; anti-globilization movement ; twenty-first century ; culture ; historical development ; political left ; social movement ; neoliberalism ; theory ; Marxism ; protest movement ; anti-capitalism
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    DEU | Frankfurt am Main
    In:  15 | PRIF Working Papers | 21
    Publication Date: 2018-05-30
    Description: Academic interest in democracy promotion notwithstanding, there is still little research that systematically compares different democracy promoters with a view to identifying the factors that explain variance in democracy promotion policies. The paper presents results of a research project that set out to contribute to filling this gap by analyzing the democracy promotion policies of two "donors" (USA, Germany) towards six "recipient" countries (Pakistan and Turkey, Bolivia and Ecuador, Russia and Belarus). It studies how "donor" states react to specific challenges that arise from "recipient" countries and that lead to conflicting objectives on the part of the democracy promoters. The paper asks how democracy promoters, across the twelve cases, deal with conflicting objectives and assesses the overall national patterns that characterize U.S. and German democracy promotion. With a view to both tasks, the paper offers causal explanations that are based on a theoretical framework that combines power-, interest- and norm-based determinants. While the mainstream view argues that "hard" interests regularly prevail over "soft" norms in cases of conflict, the analysis shows that the causal effect of the individual determinants on democracy promotion is not uniform, but depends on both the configuration of determinants and on the specific conditions in the "recipient" country.
    Keywords: Internationale Beziehungen ; Politikwissenschaft ; International relations ; Political science ; Peace and Conflict Research, International Conflicts, Security Policy ; International Relations, International Politics, Foreign Affairs, Development Policy ; Friedens- und Konfliktforschung, Sicherheitspolitik ; internationale Beziehungen, Entwicklungspolitik ; Bundesrepublik Deutschland ; USA ; Demokratisierung ; internationaler Vergleich ; Pakistan ; Türkei ; Bolivien ; Ecuador ; Russland ; Weißrussland ; Konfliktpotential ; Zielkonflikt ; Federal Republic of Germany ; United States of America ; democratization ; international comparison ; Pakistan ; Turkey ; Bolivia ; Ecuador ; Russia ; Belorussia ; conflict potential ; conflict of objectives ; 10500
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    Amsterdam Univ. Press | NLD | Amsterdam
    In:  IMISCoe Reports | 204
    Publication Date: 2017-08-02
    Description: This book prompts a fresh look on immigrant integration policy. Revealing just where immigrants and their receiving societies interact everyday, it shows how societal inclusion is administered and produced at a local level. The studies presented focus on three issue areas of migration policy - citizenship, welfare services and religious diversity - and consider cities in very different national contexts. Spanning Switzerland, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands and Canada, the cases display great variety in their theoretical and methodological approaches. In all the countries considered, we see that the local level has an undeniable relevance despite differences in state structures, models of integration and centre-peripheral relations. Particularly for future migration policy research, such a complex comparative exercise thus yields an important universal realisation: the local dimension of migration policymaking matters.
    Keywords: Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie ; Politikwissenschaft ; Social sciences, sociology, anthropology ; Political science ; Migration ; spezielle Ressortpolitik ; Migration, Sociology of Migration ; Special areas of Departmental Policy ; Migration ; Migrationspolitik ; Integrationspolitik ; soziale Integration ; lokale Faktoren ; Einbürgerung ; politische Faktoren ; kulturelle Faktoren ; multikulturelle Gesellschaft ; politische Partizipation ; soziale Partizipation ; Arbeitslosigkeit ; Bildungsbeteiligung ; kulturelle Vielfalt ; Schweiz ; Bundesrepublik Deutschland ; Niederlande ; Italien ; Kanada ; Europapolitik ; migration ; migration policy ; integration policy ; social integration ; local factors ; naturalization ; political factors ; cultural factors ; multicultural society ; political participation ; social participation ; unemployment ; participation in education ; cultural diversity ; Switzerland ; Federal Republic of Germany ; Netherlands ; Italy ; Canada ; European Policy
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    Deutschland | Germany | Berlin
    In:  01-302 | Discussion Papers / Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, Forschungsschwerpunkt Technik - Arbeit - Umwelt, Abteilung Normbildung und Umwelt | 32
    Publication Date: 2018-05-30
    Description: "The subject of this paper is the importance of the diffusion of environmental innovations between countries for the global development of environmental policy. Empirical observation has shown that national environmental initiatives are often rapidly adopted by other countries, thus, these initiatives spread internationally. The conditions for and restrictions on the international diffusion of environmental innovations are examined on the basis of five case studies: environmental agencies and ministries, ecolabels, national environmental plans, CO2/ energy taxes, and soil protection legislation. The key determinants of policy diffusion include (1) national factors (capacities for action in environmental policy, the demand for problem solutions), (2) the dynamics of the international system (the significance of front-runner countries for global policy diffusion, international organisations, transnational networks), and (3) aspects of the specific policy innovation (characteristics of policy innovation, availability of appropriate policy models, etc.)." (author's abstract)
    Description: "Thema dieses Beitrags ist die Diffusion umweltpolitischer Innovationen zwischen Nationalstaaten in ihrer Bedeutung für die globale Entwicklung von Umweltpolitik. Dabei geht es um die empirische Beobachtung, dass nationale Umweltinitiativen vielfach mit hoher Geschwindigkeit von anderen Ländern übernommen werden und sich auf diese Weise international ausbreiten. Anhand von fünf Fallstudien (Umweltämter und -ministerien, Umweltzeichen, nationale Umweltpläne bzw. Nachhaltigkeitsstrategien, CO2-/ Energiesteuern, Bodenschutzgesetze) werden Erfolgsbedingungen und Restriktionen der internationalen Ausbreitung umweltpolitischer Innovationen untersucht. Zu den zentralen Determinanten der Politikdiffusion zählen: 1. nationalstaatliche Faktoren (umweltpolitische Handlungskapazitäten, Nachfrage nach Problemlösungen); 2. die Dynamik des internationalen Systems (Bedeutung von Vorreiterländern für die globale Politikdiffusion, internationale Organisationen, transnationale Netzwerke); 3. Aspekte, die die Politikinnovation selbst betreffen (Charakteristika der Politikinnovation, Verfügbarkeit von geeigneten Politikmodellen etc.)." (Autorenreferat)
    Keywords: Ökologie ; Politikwissenschaft ; Ecology ; Political science ; Ökologie und Umwelt ; politische Willensbildung, politische Soziologie, politische Kultur ; Ecology, Environment ; Political Process, Elections, Political Sociology, Political Culture ; internationales System ; Politik ; Diffusion ; Innovation ; Globalisierung ; Nationalstaat ; Umweltpolitik ; diffusion ; nation state ; innovation ; globalization ; international system ; politics ; environmental policy ; descriptive study ; deskriptive Studie
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  • Publication Date: 2018-05-30
    Description: Ländliche Räume sollen sich nachhaltig entwickeln, so ist es in unterschiedlichen Fachpolitiken sowie in der Raumordnungspolitik Deutschlands festgeschrieben. Doch welche normativen Orientierungen sich über die Rede von der Berücksichtigung ökologischer, ökonomischer und sozialer Aspekte hinaus mit einer nachhaltigen ländlichen Entwicklung verbinden, bleibt mehr oder weniger unbestimmt. Entsprechend verdeckt bleiben auch Interessen‐ und Zielkonflikte sowie die Grenzen der auf verschiedenen Ebenen geforderten Integration. Diese Ausgangslage wird im vorliegenden Beitrag als "Herausforderung Nachhaltigkeit" begriffen. Vor dem Hintergrund eines als "kritisch-emanzipatorisch" bezeichneten Nachhaltigkeitsverständnisses, das in der Forschungsnachwuchsgruppe "PoNa - Politiken der Naturgestaltung" entwickelt wurde, wird eine Analyse der Politik zur Entwicklung ländlicher Räume als Nachhaltigkeitspolitik vorgenommen. Dazu wird zunächst gezeigt, dass und wie nachhaltige Entwicklung Teil der Politiken für ländliche Räume ist. Insbesondere das Konzept einer multifunktionalen Landwirtschaft und der Ansatz einer Integrierten Ländlichen Entwicklung verdeutlichen, dass die Politik für ländliche Räume unterschiedliche Ansatzpunkte für deren nachhaltige Entwicklung bereitzustellen sucht. Am Beispiel der Agrarumweltmaßnahmen wird das kritisch‐emanzipatorische Nachhaltigkeitsverständnis ausblicksartig erprobt und schließlich danach gefragt, welche Herausforderungen eine konsequente Umorientierung in Richtung Nachhaltigkeit für Politik und Wissenschaft bedeuten.
    Description: Various sectoral policies and German regional planning policy set out that rural areas should develop sustainably. However, apart from taking ecological, economic and social aspects into account, it remains more or less vague which normative orientations may be linked to sustainable rural development. Accordingly, conflicts of interests and objectives remain vague along with the limits of integration required on different levels. In this article, the situation described is regarded to be "the challenge of sustainability". An analysis of rural development policies is carried out against the background of a critical, emancipatory understanding of sustainability which was developed by the junior research group PoNa ‐ Shaping Nature: Policy, Politics and Polity. In doing so, the junior research group demonstrates that and how sustainable development is a component of rural area policies. In particular, it is the concept of multifunctional agriculture and the approach of integrated rural development which may demonstrate that policymaking for rural areas provides possibilities for sustainable development options. This article uses the example of agri‐environmental measures for an initial application of the critical, emancipatory understanding of sustainability. Finally the question arises which challenges are implied by a consistent reorientation towards sustainability for policymaking and scientific research.
    Keywords: Landscaping and area planning ; Ecology ; Political science ; Städtebau, Raumplanung, Landschaftsgestaltung ; Ökologie ; Politikwissenschaft ; Special areas of Departmental Policy ; Area Development Planning, Regional Research ; Ecology, Environment ; spezielle Ressortpolitik ; Ökologie und Umwelt ; Raumplanung und Regionalforschung ; Bundesrepublik Deutschland ; nachhaltige Entwicklung ; ländlicher Raum ; ländliche Entwicklung ; Agrarpolitik ; Umweltpolitik ; Raumordnungspolitik ; EU ; EU ; regional planning policy ; Federal Republic of Germany ; rural area ; rural development ; agricultural policy ; environmental policy ; sustainable development
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