ESS Visegrad Network+ Conference

13 - 14 October 2022, Academic Conference Centre, Husova 4a (entrance from Jilská 1), 110 00 Praha 1


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Thursday, 13 October

13:30    Registration


14:00    Democracy, Trust, and Value Orientations

Shivam Sen, Charles University, Prague

Exploring the Link Between Ideological Orientation and Notion of Democracy


Francesca Pignoloni, University College Dublin

Educational Social Mobility and Trust in Institutions in Europe


Klára Plecitá, Institute of Sociology CAS, Prague

Group Discrimination and Satisfaction with the Way Democracy Works in Europe


Vladimir Mentus, Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade

Trends of Value Priorities Across Western Europe – A Latent Growth Curve Modeling Approach


15:40    Coffee Break


16:00    Jobs, Unemployment, and Income Inequalities

Jovana Zafirovic, Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade

‘Rightly’ Insecure? Job Insecurity and Party Preference in Europe


Ivan Petrúšek, Institute of Sociology CAS, Prague

The Lasting Effect of Long-term Unemployment on Redistribution Support in Europe

Michał Litwiński, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań

Environmental Concerns and Acceptance for Income Inequalities



Friday, 14 October

9:00      Registration


9:30      Family and Parenting

Mare Ainsaar, University of Tartu

Values and Resources of Large Families in Central Europe compared to other countries in Europe


Jana Klímová Chaloupková, Kristýna Pospíšilová, Institute of Sociology CAS, Prague

Intensive parenting norms: exploring measurement invariance across three European countries and social-demographic groups


James R. Hepburn, University of North Carolina

The Effect of Fidesz Family Policies and Socioeconomic Factors on Fertility in Hungary


10:50    Coffee Break


11:10    Social Contact and Exclusion

Denisa Fedáková, Centre of Social and Psychological Sciences, Bratislava

Job Satisfaction and (Digital) Social Contacts at Work in ESS Round 10 Data


Sunwoo Lee, Palacky University Olomouc

Perceived Social Exclusion and Ageism and its Pathway to Mental Health in European Older Adults