5 edition of Mental adjustment to the post-communist system in Poland found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 198-) and index.
|Statement||by Kazimierz M. Słomczyński ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Słomczyński, Kazimierz M.|
|LC Classifications||HN539.5.S6 M46 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||218 p. :|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||99231228|
This book was the first English-language history of Poland from the Second World War until the fall of Communism. Using a wide range of Polish archives and unpublished sources in Moscow and Washington, Tony Kemp-Welch integrates the Cold War history of diplomacy and inter-state relations with the study of domestic opposition and social movements.4/5(1). Some countries that used shock therapy (e.g., Poland, Czech Republic) did better than those that did not.  The average post-communist country had returned to levels of per-capita GDP by , although some are still far behind that.
The first section of this book examines structural issues in the post-communist transition process. A fundamental concern explored in these studies is the nature of the state system itself. They explore the question of just how far down the ethnic, linguistic. Post-Communist Party Systems examines democratic party competition in four post-communist polities in the mids, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland. Legacies of pre-communist rule turn out to play as much a role in accounting for differences as the institutional differences incorporated in the new democratic rules of the game.
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Mental Adjustment to the Post-Communist System in Poland (I) by Kazimierz M. Slomczynski with Krystyna Janicka, Bogdan W. Mach, and Wojciech Zaborowski Preface 3 1. Theoretical Approach and Research Strategy 9 2. Social-Stratification Position, Social Class, and Market Location 22 3. Structural Differentiation and the Substantive Complexity of.
Preface Mental Adjustment to the Post-Communist System in Poland is based on Struktura Społeczna i Osobowosc, published in Warsaw in The original title, Social Structure and Personality, has been changed because it does not convey the message that is important from an international perspective.
BOOK REVIEWS ANITA MISZALSKA University of Lodz Kazimierz M. Slomczynski with Krystyna Janicka, Bogdan W. Mach and Wojciech Zaborowski Mental Adjustment to the Post-Communist System in Poland.
Warszawa: IFiS Publishers,pp. Mental Adjustment to the Post-Communist System in Poland is the product of. In addition to Social Structure and Self-Direction, he authored, or co-authored, the following English language books: Social Structure and Mobility: Poland, Japan, and the United States (Warsaw: IFiS, ); Investigations on Class Structure and Social Stratification in Poland, (with W.
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Open for Business: The Persistent Entrepreneurial Class in Poland This book examines the entrepreneurial class in the post-communist Poland from a broad historical perspective, documenting the persistent endurance and the development of this class during radical social change from a controlled economy to a market economy.
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The post-communist mentality is the one of the homo sovieticus – a notion developed in Poland by priest and philosopher Josef Tischner. The homo sovieticus used to be a client of the past regime, and he only contested the regime if he found that his social and economic rights were not respected by the rulers.
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Yet Poland’s example is a reminder not just of the successes of the post-communist transition but also – in its proximity and contrast to neighbouring Ukraine – of its setbacks and failures. The events that shaped Polish culture at the onset of the post-communist period began in The suppressed demonstrations of gave rise to underground publishing on an unprecedented scale.
It was the true beginning of a new literary knowledge in Poland. . Kazimierz M. Słomczyński with Krystyna Janicka, Bogdan W. Mach and Wojciech Zaborowski, Mental Adjustment to the Post-Communist System in Poland.
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This book was the first English-language history of Poland from the Second World War until the fall of Communism. Using a wide range of Polish archives and unpublished sources in Moscow and Washington, Tony Kemp-Welch integrates the Cold War history of diplomacy and inter-state relations with the study of domestic opposition and social movements.4/5.Attitudes towards Minorities in Post-communist and Democratic Poland Article (PDF Available) in Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism 15(3) December with Reads How we measure Author: Katarzyna Celinska.