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Fateful „eights“ in historic consciousness of the Slovak and Czech public

Institute of Sociology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Institute for Public Affair (IVO) and the Center for Public Opinion Research at the Institute of Sociology of Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (CVVM)  conducted  two parallel representative surveys focused on views of Slovak and Czech citizens about key historical events, periods and personalities from the beginning of the 20th  century to the present in Slovakia and in the Czech Republic in March 2018. 

The results of the research were presented by sociologists Zora Bútorová (IVO) and Paulina Tabery (CVVM) on 11 June, 2018 in Bratislava at press conference that was moderated  by Silvia Miháliková, director of  the Institute of Sociology of the Slovak Academy of Science.  On June 12, 2018, sociologists reported about the research findings at press conference in Prague. 

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Slovak press release with research findings and commentary [PDF]
Czech press release [PDF]
Discussion with Zora Bútorová in weekly .týžden TV show Pod lampou (with editor in chief Štefan Hríb)






Information about presentation in Bratislava on website of the Institute of Sociology of the Slovak Academy of Science



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