Megjelent a Corvinus Journal of Sociology and Social Policy új száma

Megjelent a Corvinus Journal of Sociology and Social Policy új száma



A tartalomból:

Péter Gedeon: Social change or social evolution? Arguments for retaining the concept of social progress in the sociological theory of evolution
Dorottya Kisfalusi: Ethnic classification among secondary school teachers and students in Hungary
Bori Simonovits, Iryna Shvets, Hannah Taylor: Discrimination in the sharing economy: Evidence from a Hungarian field experiment on the topic of ridesharing

Forum
Gauri Shankar Gupta, Annamária Orbán: “Water is life, life is water”: The (un)sustainable use and management of water in the twenty-first century
Dániel Gergő Pintér: Media bias and the role of internet-user-generated content in crisis management: a case-study about the communication of the Hungarian police force after the 2016 Budapest explosion
Ishmael Mugari, Emeka E. Obioha: Perspectives about the execution of police powers and functions in the Republic of Zimbabwe
Ágnes Havril: Academic challenges of Saudi university females and their implications for intercultural competence

Reviews
Miklós Hajdu: Outstanding economists flood into Budapest to celebrate János Kornai on his 90th birthday – conference highlights
Boglárka Herke: “I do not change my principles”– sociology and social policy in Hungary through Zsuzsa Ferge's life
Iris Solano Cahuana: Handbook of happiness research in Latin America, edited by Mariano Rojas
Virág Ilyés: Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics by Richard H. Thaler"