Sociologický časopis
Czech sociological review

VYDÁVÁ SOCIOLOGICKÝ ÚSTAV AV ČR, v.v.i.

Sociologický časopis / Czech Sociological Review 3/2005

anglické číslo

Obsah čísla

Zdenka Mansfeldová, Lukáš Linek, Petra Rakušanová:
Editorial [358]

Stati

Petr Kopecký:
Parliaments in Central and Eastern Europe: Changing Legislative Institutions [361]

Michael Edinger and Lars Vogel:
Role Perceptions, Party Cohesion and Political Attitudes of East and West German Parliamentarians. Findings from the Jena Parliamentary Survey (2003–4) [375]

Danica Fink-Hafner and Alenka Krašovec:
Is Consultation Everything? The Influence of Interest Groups on Parliamentary Working Bodies in Slovenia [401]

Lukáš Linek and Petra Rakušanová:
Why Czech Parliamentary Party Groups Vote Less Unitedly. The Role of Frequent Voting and Big Majorities in Passing Bills [423]

Zdenka Mansfeldová:
Executive-Legislative Relations in the Budgeting Process in the Czech Republic [443]

Vello Pettai:
Assessing Institutional Determinants of MP Behaviour: Survey Data from the Baltic States [461]

Empirický výzkum

Lukáš Linek:
Surveys of MPs and Senators in the Parliament of the Czech Republic between 1993 and 2005 [487]

Heinrich Best and Michael Edinger:
Converging Representative Elites in Europe? An Introduction to the EurElite Project [499]

Recenze

Lukáš Linek:
Petr Kolář — Štěpán Pecháček — Jindřiška Syllová: Parlament České republiky 1993–2001 [511]

Zdenka Mansfeldová:
Laurenţiu Ştefan: Patterns of Political Elite Recruitment in Post-Communist Romania [512]

Paul Blokker:
Michael D. Kennedy: Cultural Formations of Post-Communism: Emancipation, Transition, Nation and War [515]

Jan Kysela:
Parliamentary Research at the Institute of Sociology AS CR [519]

Zprávy

David M. Olson:
The Research Committee of Legislative Specialists and East-West Research on Post-Communist Parliaments: A Decade-Long Relationship [527]

Drago Zajc, David M. Olson:
The Internationalisation of Parliaments – The Role of National Parliaments in the EU [528]

Lukáš Linek:
Europeisation – A New Topic in Political Science Research, Brno, 14–15 April 2005 [529]

Lukáš Novotný:
Mutual Perceptions and Cross-Border Experiences – Czechs and Germans as Neighbours [532]

Petra Rakušanová:
Information on the Volume – Central European Parliaments: The First Decade of Democratic Experience and Future Prospects [535]

Barbara Post:
Polish Parliamentary Research – Bibliographical Information [536]

Jan Matonoha:
The Spring School of Science Studies – Prague, March 2005 [541]

APPENDIX

Parliaments in Germany and East Central Europe [543]

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