4 edition of Structural change and modernization in post-socialist societies found in the catalog.
Structural change and modernization in post-socialist societies
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|Statement||Władysław Adamski, Pavel Machonin, Wolfgang Zapf (eds.) ; with the collaboration of Jan Delhey.|
|Series||Beiträge zur Osteuropaforschung -- Bd. 7|
|Contributions||Adamski, Władysław., Machonin, Pavel., Zapf, Wolfgang.|
|LC Classifications||HN380.7.A8 S867 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||344 p. :|
|Number of Pages||344|
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Structural change and modernization in post-socialist societies. [Wladyslaw Adamski;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Book: All Authors / Contributors: Wladyslaw Adamski.
Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. Structural change and modernization in post-socialist societies. Hamburg: Krämer, © (OCoLC) Material Structural change and modernization in post-socialist societies book Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Władysław Adamski; Pavel Machonin; Wolfgang Zapf.
This book demonstrates that people's basic values and beliefs are changing, in ways that affect their political, sexual, economic, and religious behaviour.
These changes are roughly predictable: to a large extent, they can be interpreted on the basis of a revised version of modernisation theory presented by: Agricultural Modernization and Climate Change in Vietnam's Post-Socialist Transition Article in Development and Change 44(1) January with 99 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Structural change in developing countries, in other words industrialization and modernization, are initially conceivable within a sectoral logic and then in the modification, over time, of the Author: Moshe Syrquin. In Family and Social Change in Socialist and Post-Socialist Societies, the authors address the social transformations of eight transitional societies in recent decades (Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, China and Vietnam).Each chapter discusses a different society and reveals their struggles in the reconstruction of the intimate and public spheres amid the post-Cold War period.
Cities After Socialism is the first substantial and authoritative analysis of the role of cities in the transition to capitalism that is occurring in the former communist states of Easter Europe and the Soviet Union.
It will be of equal value to urban specialists and to those who have a more general interest in the most dramatic socio-political event of the contemporary era - the collapse of Format: Hardcover. Innovations and Entrepreneurs in Socialist and Post-Socialist Societies xi Clarke in Russia immediately after the fall of Communism (Clarke).
After the economic models of post-socialist transition can be broadly classified into two large groups - neo-classical liberal models and.
An enduring concern of my work on post-socialism has been the fate of the Soviet system of social welfare. The Soviet Union created a highly universalistic system of urban social welfare provisioning that was linked to Union-wide mechanisms of redistribution and coordination.
Fiscal Crisis, and Institutional Change in Post-Socialist Georgia. Structural Change and Modernization in Post-Socialist Societies, Hamburg: Reinhold Krämer. Aidukaite, Jolanta, “ Reforming Family Policy in the Baltic States: The Views of the Elites,” Communist and Post-Communist Studies, Vol.
39, No. by: The structural differences cover, among other things, a weaker post-socialist economy, steeper rise in social inequalities in post-socialist societies, while cultural differences are understood as the historical and cultural heritage of socialism (i.e., an egalitarian ideology, the controlled nature of the economy, and minimized inequalities).Cited by: 3.
Two decades ago, East European state socialism met with a paradoxical fate. Between andcommunist party hegemony was abolished, leaving the very idea of socialism permanently discredited—or so it seemed. Yet in the decade that followed, “socialistic” principles and practices would retain—or perhaps acquire—a surprising degree of popular by: Author of Wandlungen der deutschen Elite, Handwörterbuch zur Gesellschaft Deutschlands, Lebensbedingungen in der Bundesrepublik, Structural change and modernization in post-socialist societies, Modernisierung, Wohlfahrtsentwicklung und Transformation, Sozialberichterstattung: Möglichkeiten und Probleme, Theorien des sozialen Wandels, Handwörterbuch zur Gesellschaft.
Allardt, Erik (): The questionable blessing of the modernization concept. In: Adamski, Wladyslaw/Machonon, Pavel/ Zapf, Wolfgang (Hrsg.): Structural Change and Modernization in Post-Socialist Societies. Hamburg: Krämer, Google Scholar. Let us measure the level of materialism in the post-Socialist countries and compare the difference between age cohorts within the post-socialist states themselves and between the East and West regions.
However, before measuring the level of materialism in the bloc, I would like to draw our attention to two possible results. 3 1.
In its book, Sub-Saharan Africa: From Crisis to Sustainable Growth, the World Bank () acknowledged the importance of the state in managing development and social change, and brought back on the agenda the pro-active role of the state in development.
However, the return of the state was now premised upon a whole series of proposals about. Co-authored with Frank B önker and Klaus Müller, “Transition, Transformation, and the Social Sciences: Towards a New Paradigm,” in W.
Adamski, P. Machonin, W. Zapf (eds.), Structural Change and Modernization in Post-Socialist Societies (Hamburg: Reinhold Krämer, ), pp. Studies in Urban and Social Change Published by Blackwell in association with the International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. Series editors: Chris Pickvance, Margit May.
Socialist and post-socialist countries have rich traditions of folklore in oral performance, literature, and material culture as well as long-standing local research traditions.
At the same time, new nation-states, such as the former Soviet republics, struggle with issues of. Trajectories of economic development in post-socialist societies. Even if it is widely and popularly assumed that post-socialist societies are in transition to the market, as Table 2 reveals, there is scant evidence to support this thesis.
Between andthere was little overall change in the proportion of households primarily Cited by: 9. Cities after Socialism as a Research Issue Introduction Post-socialist societies are simultaneously facing at least three types of transformation, causing complex structural changes: 1.
From totalitarian to democratic society, from the planned to market based economy. The Transformation of Urban Space in Post-Soviet Russia. this significant book considers the change in the spatial structure of post-Soviet urban spaces since the period of transition began.
It argues that the era of transformation can be considered as largely complete, and that this has given way to a new stage of development as part of Cited by: This timely book assesses how Europe’s welfare states have dealt with the challenges of globalisation and the financial crisis.
It asks whether the European Union has adopted a general strategy for dealing with four major threats to the sustainable development of European societies: the employability of a growing number of redundant workers, an aging population, low birth rates and the.