The Patterns and Values of Volunteering in the Czech and Norwegian Societies
The Patterns and Values of Volunteering in the Czech and Norwegian Societies
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2009–2010


Principal Investigator: Pavol Frič


The project was supported within the framework of Norway Grants and EEA Grants and implemented in collaboration with the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University in Prague, and Institute for Social Research, Oslo. Its objective was to identify the diversity of volunteering patterns in the Czech Republic, including their institutional settings, and constitutive social interactions in different parts of the Czech and Norwegian societies. The project compared the different parameters of volunteering (frequency, motivation, values, type of organisational setting etc.) and their institutional mechanisms in different social contexts and parts of society.







The Patterns and Values of Volunteering in the Czech and Norwegian Societies



2009–2010


Principal Investigator: Pavol Frič


The project was supported within the framework of Norway Grants and EEA Grants and implemented in collaboration with the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University in Prague, and Institute for Social Research, Oslo. Its objective was to identify the diversity of volunteering patterns in the Czech Republic, including their institutional settings, and constitutive social interactions in different parts of the Czech and Norwegian societies. The project compared the different parameters of volunteering (frequency, motivation, values, type of organisational setting etc.) and their institutional mechanisms in different social contexts and parts of society.