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    Формування стратегії ефективного використання ресурсів в умовах євроінтеграції та світової глобалізації

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    В статті обґрунтовується доцільність стратегічного управління ресурсозбереженням для вирішення ряду екологічних проблем або їх попередження. Розглянуто види відповідних еколого-економічних стратегій та їх залежність від впливу зовнішнього середовища.В статье обосновывается целесообразность стратегического управления ресурсосбережением для решения ряда экологических проблем или их предупреждения. Рассмотрено виды соответствующих эколого-экономических стратегий и их зависимость от влияния внешней среды.The article substantiates the expediency of the strategic management of resources saving to solve a number of ecological problems or to prevent them. Types of relevant ecological economic strategies and their dependence on the influence of outside environment are considered

    Size and socio-economic resources of core discussion networks in the Netherlands: Differences by national-origin group and immigrant generation

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    This study examines differences in the size and socio-economic resources of core discussion networks across national-origin groups and immigrant generation. The analysis is based on the Netherlands Longitudinal Lifecourse Study (2008-10), a nationally representative, large-scale survey of the Dutch population that contains an over-sample of first- and second-generation immigrants from Turkey and Morocco, the two largest non-western immigrant groups in the Netherlands. Results show that Dutch majority members have larger and more resourceful core discussion networks than Turks and Moroccans. Second-generation immigrants from Turkey and Morocco have larger core discussion networks than their foreign-born parents. However, there is no clear evidence for intergenerational increase in resources. The larger and more resourceful core discussion networks of the Dutch are partly attributable to the Dutch being higher educated and employed more often

    Vooruitgang in de Nederlandse sociologie: Het belang van diversiteit en beschikbaarheid van data

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    How has Dutch sociology developed in its centenary? What are the most important changes? Nowadays, sociologists can download publicly available, cross-national survey data in a few minutes on their computer. This practice, which greatly advances theoretical and empirical insights in sociology, is easily taken for granted. Behind this practice, however, are important data innovations. In this overview article, I sketch how innovations in sociology have led to more and more different data sources on the menu of sociologists, that data has become qualitatively better, and that data has been made much more available to third parties. It is this data revolution that has allowed sociologists to describe and explain social reality better than before, and that the relevance of the discipline to society has gained momentum

    Immigrant generation and religiosity: a study of Christian immigrant groups in 33 European countries

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    Although Christian migrant groups make up a sizeable part of the immigrant population in Europe, little is known about their religiosity. This paper studies patterns of intergenerational change and proposes and tests hypotheses that specify when and why changes across generations are stronger. Using data from the European Social Survey (2002–2018) on 33 European countries, it is found that there is a strong pattern of intergenerational decline in the level of religiosity among Christian migrant groups in Europe. This process of religious decline is by no means universal. Results show that children from two foreign-born parents are much more religious than children from intermarried (foreign-born and native) couples. We also observe that intergenerational decline is much less pronounced in European countries that are more religious. Finally, when Christian migrant groups belong to a religious minority group, this is associated with higher levels of religiosity in both the first and second generation. It is argued that these insights can explain the ‘puzzling’ strong intergenerational religious transmission among Muslim migrant groups in Western European societies