THE CZECH POPULATION'S OPINIONS ON THE HOUSING SITUATION AND HOUSING POLICY: DOES THE CZECH REPUBLIC HAVE 'HOUSING CLASSES'?
Using data from the representative survey Housing Attitudes 2001 the author analyses the opinions of the Czech population on the situation in the housing market and general attitudes towards housing-related issues and housing policy. The article focuses on uncovering the connections between attitudes towards various aspects of housing policy and the respondents' positions in the housing market. On the basis of the results of the analyses the usefulness of the theory of 'housing classes' in the Czech context is discussed.
T. Kostelecky, Sociologický ústav AV CR, Jilská 1, 110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic
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