The aim of this conference is to bring together researchers and policy makers in the region to present and discuss research findings based on data of the European Social Survey and other comparative data collections.
Conference will take place in Skopje, North Macedonia, on 16th and 17th November 2020.read more
The most recent publication of the Institute for Sociological Research, edited by Jelisaveta Petrović and Vera Backović, deals with current urban changes in Serbia.read more
The Institute for Sociological Research published a monograph titled Stratification Changes in the Period of Capitalist Consolidation in Serbia, edited by Mladen Lazić and Slobodan Cvejić.read more
The first edition of European Social Survey (ESS) Round 9 data is now available at the official ESS website. For the first time, database includes Serbia.read more
The Institute for Sociological Research is pleased to announce a conference with international participation on the topic “Feminism and Left – Then and Now”, which will be held on November 15-16, 2019.read more
After three months of data collection and with over 2000 survey interviews done in 148 towns and villages, Serbia has successfully completed the most important stage within the European Social Survey’s 9th round.read more
Results were presented of the most recent survey research on everyday life of households and individuals in the context of social changes in contemporary Serbia.read more
Children's Violence Against Parents
The study investigates key issues of the children's violence against parents, focusing on its nature, phenomenology, etiology, and consequences.
City, Architecture, Society
In the book City, Architecture, Society one examines the complex relationship between city, society, architecture and urbanism.
Mirjana Bobić & Slađana Dragišić Labaš
ON WIDOWS or on a Social Injustice (2020)
This is the first study fully devoted to widows in Serbian sociological literature. The study combines sociological, sociodemographic, socio-psychological, socio-psychiatric, feministic, and anthropological approaches and is therefore inherently interdisciplinary.