Central European Societies on the Map of Europe
A Thematic Issue Dedicated to the European Social Survey’s Central European Data
We dedicated this thematic issue of Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics (EEJSP) entitled ‘Central European Societies on the Map of Europe’ to the studying of social phenomena of the region based on data from the European Social Survey (ESS). The collection brings together papers that analyse the state of societies in Central and East Europe in a comparative and/or longitudinal perspective. The ESS provides an excellent source for analysing the changes in our societies both across time and location and analyse a variety of social phenomena on supra-national, national and subnational levels.
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