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New Issue of Corvinus Journal of Sociology and Social Policy – 2021/1

The new issue of the Corvinus Journal of Sociology and Social Policy has been published.

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The articles can be downloaded from here. The current issue includes the following: 

ARTICLES 

  • Jaroslav Dvorak – Remigijus Civinskas – Gintaras Šumskas: Beyond the Front-Line: the Coping Strategies and Discretion of Lithuanian Street-Level Bureaucracy During COVID-19 
  • Boglárka Herke – Kitti Kutrovátz – Veronika Paksi – Éva Ivony: Career Types and Career Satisfaction Among Sociology Doctoral Graduates of Corvinus University 
  • Barbara Ilg: The Representation of Trianon Trauma as a Chosen Trauma in Political Newspapers (1920–2010) in Hungary  
  • Karunanithi Gopalakrishnan: Changing Social Values in Contemporary Tamil Society, India: a Qualitative Inquiry 

FORUM 

  • Bertalan Decmann: Essential Notions Concerning the Integration of Refugees 
  • Linh Mai – Hoa Thi Kim Nguyen: Voluntary Social Insurance Policy Through the Evaluation of Workers in Tay Ho District, Hanoi City, Vietnam 
  • Artem Zakharchenko – Olena Zakharchenko: The Influence of the ‘Tomos Narrative’ as a Part of the Ukrainian National and Strategic Narrative 
  • Zharas Taubayev: Pragmatics of Eponyms in Political Discourse (On the Material of the Speeches of Politicians) 

REVIEW 

  • Péter Futó: Britain and Europe at a Crossroads. The Politics of Anxiety and Transformation, by Andrew Ryder 
  • Majd Jamal Hammoudeh: McMindfulness: How Mindfulness Became the New Capitalist Spirituality, by Ronald Purser 201 
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