3 edition of Society and deviance in Communist Poland found in the catalog.
Society and deviance in Communist Poland
Bibliography: p. 201-210.
|Statement||Jerzy Kwaśniewski ; with an introduction by Adam Podgórecki ; translated by Margaret Watson.|
|LC Classifications||HM291 .G683 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||210 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||84006803|
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Poland opened up considerably in the 's and 's - martial law was a blip, but some Poles could travel and work abroad during those times. Contacts increased quite a lot with the West in the 's and 's too, which is one of the reasons why Poland got into a financial mess at the end of the 's. 15 Extreme Rules In Communist Countries. When socialism and communism were first given public notice, it was because Karl Marx was progressively dissing centuries of royal regimes as doing nothing but repressing the people from : Sandra Faleris.
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Get this from a library. Society and deviance in Communist Poland: attitudes toward social control. [Jerzy Kwaśniewski]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kwaśniewski, Jerzy. Society and deviance in communist Poland.
Leamington Spa, Warwickshire: Berg, © The parallels between occupied Poland and Communist Poland are apropos to Poland today, after Communism and Solidarity. The Unplanned Society begins with Wyka's "linchpin" essay as a focus for each of the other by: Sociology in Poland has been developing, as has sociology throughout Europe, since the midth sociology is today a vibrant science, with its own experts and currents of thought.
As early as in a Polish scholar, Jan Stanisław Bystroń, wrote that Polish sociology is — as any other national sociology — a notable and separate field.
The end of communist rule in presented new challenges to Polish society and to government policy makers. The concept of universal, state-guaranteed protection from unemployment, sickness, and poverty was challenged as Poland turned toward privatization and opened its economy to market forces.
This book was the first English-language history of Poland from the Second World War until the fall of Communism. It explores a broad range of themes in Poland's political, social, economic and international history and offers a first-hand account of how Solidarity formed the world's first post-Communist government in Cited by: Between andPoland was called the Polish People's Republic.
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