Márta Radó, Beáta Nagy, Gábor Király (2016) Work-to-family spillover: Gender differences in Hungary, Demográfia, 2015. VOL. 58. NO. 5. ENGLISH EDITION, 39–64.
The new volume of the Corvinus Journal of Sociology and Social Policy includes an article of Dorottya Kisfalusi and two book reviews by our colleagues, Márta Radó and Laura Boldvai-Pethes:
Michael Szell, researcher of the Northeastern University, Center for Complex Network Research is the winner of the MTA Premium 2016 Post Doctoral Research Program with his proposal "Conflict and Controversy in Large Social Networks". His research will be hosted by the Centre for Social Sciences at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
The paper of Károly Takács, Andreas Flache, and Michael Mäs has been published in the prestigious open access journal PLOS One.
Call for application
PhD work at the MTA TK “Lendület” Research Center for Educational and Network Studies (RECENS)
Deadline: 30 May 2016
The PhD thesis of Judit Pál with the title “Status and Negative Ties: A Longitudinal Network Study among Adolescents” has been defended with summa cum laude result on 14 April at the Corvinus University of Budapest.
The dissertation is available online HERE!
Article of our member, Attila Gulyás ("Subjective Well-being and work - a Brief Review on International Surveys and Results") has been recently published in the first issue of the 2nd volume of Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics.
To read the first issue of of the 2nd volume of Intersections.EEJSP please click here!
Status Characteristics and Ability Attributions in Hungarian School Classes: An Exponential Random Graph Approach
The paper of André Grow, Károly Takács, and Judit Pál entitled "Status Characteristics and Ability Attributions in Hungarian School Classes: An Exponential Random Graph Approach" has been accepted for publication in Social Psychology Quarterly.
Interethnic dating preferences of Roma and non-Roma secondary school students by László Lőrincz has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
Two members of our research group, Zsófia Boda and András Vörös successfully defended their PhD thesis at University of Oxford, Nuffield College.