FSS MU

Social reproduction – exclusion, inclusion and cohesion

prof. PhDr. Petr Mareš, CSc., PhDr. Kateřina Nedbálková, Ph.D., Mgr. Michal Nekorjak, Ph.D., Mgr. Barbora Vacková, Ph.D., PhDr. Imrich Vašečka, Ph.D., Mgr. Lucie Galčanová

In Czech society the institution of family is influenced not only by the character of modernity itself, but also by the after-November '89 transformation. In a relatively short period of time, new forms of partnership organizations are being strongly manifested, and phenomena, which used to be just marginal, stigmatized, or non-existent, are becoming significant. The focus of the research work of the „Family and reproductive processes“ team lies in the mapping of the phenomena, which are being discovered, or change its importance, and thus influence the form of the Czech family. Evident age shift of fertility, wider social theme of involuntary infertility, voluntary no-couple (singles), a rise of only-child trend, or birth rate after divorce belong to these phenomena. Not of lesser research importance are topics of intergenerational solidarity and aging of the population. On a more theoretical level, the research is framed by the interpretation of childhood significance and fatherhood in various discourses.

Dílčí projekty

Czech Republic: Concepts of Social Exclusion/Inclusion and Social Cohesion in the Discourse of Social Policy, Dimensions of Social Exclusion and the Situation of the Excluded
Czech Prison Service: Life Strategies of Imprisoned Men and Women (Convicts as well as Employees)
Individualized housing in standardized tenement - research on the housing culture in the Bata´s Zlín
Policy of Social Help as a Tool for a Struggle Against Social Exclusion – Anti-Discriminatory Aspects of a Social Help System in Romany Socially Excluded Groups
Problems of Spatial Exclusion
Socio-cultural aspects of residential suburbanization
Social and Cultural Reproduction of the Czech Society
Social Exclusion from the Labour Market in the Czech Republic
Vietnamese Immigrants and the Czech Labour Market - Parallels and Differences from Ukrainian Work Migration
Strategies for Acquiring Czech National Feeling

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