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30 years since the fall of communism in Slovakia through the eyes of the public: gains and losses of the acquired freedom

Supported by:  Embassy of the USA, Bratislava. 

Project span: February 2019 – November 2019. 

Co-operating organizations: FOCUS polling agency. 

Project team:  Zora Bútorová, Grigorij Mesežnikov, Martin Bútora, Alena Adamková, Ján Bartoš. 

Objective:  Based on quantitative and qualitative sociological research to accumulate the knowledge of how the Slovak public reflects the changes in society after November 1989, to what political principles it claims, what is the profile of followers and opponents of post-November changes and liberal democracy, to summarize this knowledge in a publication intended for the general public and to present the project results in media and through public discussions. 


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