Rural socio-cultural change in Poland

[ed. on the occasion of the Fourth World Congress for Rural Sociology, Toruń 9-13 August 1976]
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"Ossolineum" , Wroclaw
Sociology, Rural -- Poland., Industrialization., Social change., Poland -- Rural condit

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Statemented. Jan Turowski, Lili Maria Szwengrub ; [transl from Pol.].
ContributionsTurowski, Jan., Szwengrub, Lili Maria., Instytut Filozofii i Socjologii (Polska Akademia Nauk)
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LC ClassificationsHN537.5 .R88
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Pagination225 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL4488287M
LC Control Number79317540

Get this from a library. Rural socio-cultural change in Poland: [ed. on the occasion of the Fourth World Congress for Rural Sociology, Toruń August ]. [Jan Turowski; Lili Maria Szwengrub; Instytut Filozofii i Socjologii (Polska Akademia Nauk);]. Rural social change in Poland. Wrocław: Ossolineum, Polish Academy of Sciences Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jan Rural socio-cultural change in Poland book Lili Maria Szwengrub; Instytut Filozofii i Socjologii (Polska Akademia Nauk).

Over the last dozen or so years, rural areas in Poland have gone through dynamic changes related to changing functions [30], human impact on the environment [31], EU membership [32], etc.

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Rural Culture is a Diversity, continued from page Rural socio-cultural change in Poland book Continued on page 11 ticular customs and traditions are a treasured part of how people from that place think and act. Keep in mind that the differences noted in this article are, of necessity, by: rural women than rural men, women as “unnatural” or “forced” farm operators due Socio-cultural and Language Changes in a „Cultural Island”: Vershina – A Polish Village in Siberia and other parts of Little Poland were looking for a solution to change their situation.

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In fact, rural development is the product of interaction between various physical, technological, economic, socio-cultural, institutional and environmental factors.

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Villagers live and work in the mountainous area while skyscrapers reach for the stars in the modern cities. The predominant Catholic Church has influenced much of the customs in modern Poland. Learn about Poland's history, culture, holidays, and much more in this informative piece.

Certainly Poland in the past two decades has experienced rapid change, with rural areas especially impacted. The changes in markets, agricultural policies, and opportunities have been so great in this period that the traditional approaches to economic activity were.

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Culture as a factor of social and economic development - the Polish experience by Karolina Tylus. Karolina Tylus is Head of the Unit for European Funds at the Department of Cultural Strategy and European Affairs – Ministry of Culture, Poland. Society is a system like any other system, such as the solar system.

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Rural tourism is an opportunity for rural development. The Tipam Phakey village of Naharkatia has great diversity of culture, tradition and natural resources which makes it every attractive tourist destination. Slower changes in the environment can also have a large social impact.

As noted earlier, one of the negative effects of industrialization has been the increase in pollution of our air, water, and ground. With estimates of the number of U.S. deaths from air pollution ranging from a Missing: Poland. (6) While rural communities are stratified more on caste and less on class basis, urban communities are stratified more on class basis.

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One of the major consequence and reason for this change has been the rural urban migration. In regards to the rural to urban migration process, few researchers note that rural to urban migration is an inherent part of the economic development process.

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