The Horizon Europe research project proposal MORES – "Moral emotions in politics: how they unite, how they divide" submitted by CSS (project leader Zsolt Boda) was successful and got funding. CSS will lead the European consortium.
Established in 2012, the Centre for Social Sciences (CSS), a Centre of Excellence of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, is currently a partner in nine EU-funded projects within the frameworks of both Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe. This amounts to over €1.3 million in funding for excellent and innovative research.
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CSS is part of the Eötvös Loránd Research Network, an independent public institution managed by a 13-member Governing Board and accountable to the Hungarian Parliament. CSS is classified as a public budgetary institution, making it eligible not only to submit proposals to any EU funding programme but also to participate in EU-funded projects as a coordinator, partner, or sole beneficiary.
The annual meeting of CSS took place on 23 March, 2023, where General Director Zsolt Boda presented the results of the previous year.
The scientific performance of CSS kept improving also in 2022.
Call for Papers :: Civil society and social movements in the changing democracies of Central and Eastern Europe
Paksi, V., Nagy, B., & Király, G. (2016) The timing of motherhood while earning a PhD in engineering
International Journal of Doctoral Studies, 11, 285-304. Download here>>
Are you interested in visiting an ERC grantee and collaborating with our research team?
We are happy to host visiting scholars who are working on the topics that match our interests in the research funded by an ERC Grant. We use various methods that include agent-based models, advanced models of network dynamics, and text analytics to study the relationship between gossip, reputation, and cooperation. Please consult our homepage for further information on the project.
Workshop and closing event of the project Social conflicts and identity politics
Researchable, digitized archive of the New York-based Hungarian Human Rights Foundation's (HHRF) is available
15 June, 2023
Kékesi, Z., & Zombory, M. (2023). Beyond multidirectional memory: Opening pathways to politics and solidarity. Memory Studies, 0(0). https://doi.org/10.1177/17506980231176040
Illés–Körösényi: The touch of the leader. Representation and responsiveness in plebiscitary leader democracy
Gábor Illés & András Körösényi (2023) The touch of the leader: representation and responsiveness in plebiscitary leader democracy, Distinktion: Journal of Social Theory, DOI: 10.1080/1600910X.2023.2220086
A safety net against populism? An investigation of the interaction effect of political efficacy and democratic capacities on populist attitudes
New publication: Márton Bene & Zsolt Boda (2023) A safety net against populism? An investigation of the interaction effect of political efficacy and democratic capacities on populist attitudes, Political Research
Populist radical-right governments in Central-Eastern Europe and education policy-making: a comparison of Hungary and Poland
Eszter Neumann & Paweł Rudnicki (2023) Populist radical-right governments in Central-Eastern Europe and education policy-making: a comparison of Hungary and Poland, Journal of Contemporary European Studies
Agency of Migrant youth in hostile sociopolitical environments: Case studies from Central Eastern Europe
Arendas, Zsuzsanna, Agnieszka Trąbka, Vera Messing, Marta Jadviga Pietrusińska, and Dominika Winogrodzka. 2023. "Agency of Migrant Youth in Hostile Sociopolitical Environments: Case Studies from Central Eastern Europe" Social Sciences 12, no. 4: 210. https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci12040210
Anti-democratic youth? The influence of youth cohort size and quality of democracy on young people’s support for democracy
20 April, 2023
Godfred Bonnah Nkansah – Attila Bartha (2023) Anti-democratic youth? The influence of youth cohort size and quality of democracy on young people’s support for democracy. Contemporary Politics (IF: 1.6999) https://doi.org/10.1080/13569775.2023.2196877
The paper promoted family-based prosocial values—in terms of helping digitally less competent family members—among young adults to build persisting resistance against fake news in an informational autocracy.
The impact of social-relationship patterns on worsening mental health among the elderly during the COVID-19 pandemic
13 March, 2023
15 Febuary, 2023
Kovách, I. and Megyesi, G.B. (2023), Motivations of Subsistence Farming in Hungary: Analysis of a Multi-Factored Phenomenon. Rural Sociology. https://doi.org/10.1111/ruso.12476
16 January, 2023
New publication of Szabolcs Számadó with co-authors