Aneta Vilagi

Aneta Vilagi
Comenius University Bratislava · Department of Political Science

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The chapter examines the challenges that six Central European Democracies (Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia) have faced in the development of political science during the last three decades. We argue that political science as a new social science has gone through many structural reforms: it has acquired a relative...
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The 2020 was an electoral year, which brought an alternation of the ruling elite in Slovakia. Therefore, it is useful to examine how the attitudes of political elites towards European integration are changing at the turn of the decade in Slovakia. In addition, it is interesting to study if and in which way political discourse interplays with media...
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Pred voľbami sa azda každý politológ, novinár, ale aj bežní ľudia so záujmom o veci verejné pýta: kto vyhrá voľby? Ako bude vyzerať ďalšia vláda? Náš tím si však už dlhší čas pred parlamentnými voľbami 2016 kládol otázku, ako o voľbách a možnom obraze krajiny po voľbách rozprávajú Slováci? Vďaka pomerne častým prieskumom verejnej mienky približne v...
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Continuing from the previous chapter’s focus on Hungary, this chapter explores the rest of the Visegrad states (i.e. Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic), revealing a similar pattern of the strategic undermining of political science. The highly significant dimension of this chapter for the volume’s broader focus on the present and future of dem...
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Televised political debates have become a permanent part of electoral campaigns, the campaign finale. However, evidence that such debates can shift voters’ attitudes is mixed, while the impact on voters’ preferences is highly doubted. Our research contributes to this debate based on empirical data on the effects of televised debates in the 2020 par...
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This chapter looks at Slovakia and assesses how its representative model functions and if it interferes with EU dynamics. Formal institutions, such as the constitution and other legal norms regulating democratic processes in Slovakia, give the parliament supremacy in the system. When it comes to EU matters, parliament can direct and legally bind th...
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Proliferation of populist policies and strengthening of political populism in several liberal democracies has been accompanied by campaigns full of public anger, anxiety and fear. Our research contributes to understanding how negative emotions shape selected political attitudes. We designed an experiment with 72 participants randomly assigned to th...
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The popularity of televised political debates is growing, attracting millions of viewers. However, evidence that such debates can shift voters’ attitudes is mixed and the impact on voters’ preference is also mixed. In addition, the evidence comes mostly from presidential elections in the United States and almost exclusively from established democra...
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For the very first time in EU history, the 2014 EP elections provided citizens with the opportunity to influence the nomination of the Commission President by casting a vote for the main Europarties’ ‘lead candidates’. By subjecting the position of the Commission President to an open political contest, many experts have formulated the expectation t...
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Summary/Abstract: Rok 2015 bol v Európskej únii poznačený krízami. Bolo ich hneď niekoľko naraz – menová, migračná, kríza solidarity, integračná kríza – a počas celého roka vytvárali nestabilné politické prostredie, v rámci ktorého členské štáty vrátane Slovenska museli pôsobiť. V tomto kontexte a pod tlakom okolností sa postoje členských štátov zn...
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The report presented a case of the infl uence of European integration on the political and socioeconomic status of the Hungarian minority in Slovakia. Based on the historical background and the analysis of empirical fi ndings, we tried to test a set of hypotheses: a) the promotion of human rights and the protection of minorities emphasized in the p...
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This paper examines the influence of European integration on the political and economical status of the Hungarian minority in Slovakia. Our study tests (and partially challenges) the dominant trend in the current scholarship in European and transition studies that claims the decisive influence of the European Union on minority policy and ethnic rel...

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