3 edition of Social determination of living conditions in post-socialist societies found in the catalog.
Social determination of living conditions in post-socialist societies
1997 by Institute for Political Science of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 55-57).
|Statement||Péter Róbert, in collaboration with Matild Sági.|
|Series||Working papers of political science,, 18|
|LC Classifications||HN380.7.A85 R6 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||57 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||98113101|
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Living conditions have played a special role in most of the former com- munist societies. After World War II, living conditions were controlled by the com- munist equality principle, while in the Author: Péter Róbert. 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. It is addressed both to the specialists in the field of democratic transitions, and all those for whom the post-socialist societies provide a strategic research site for the study of soft cultural factors of social life--trust, honesty, truthfulness, loyalty, solidarity and the like."--Piotr Sztompka, President, International Sociological Association (ISA)Format: Hardcover.
Social scientists are seriously constrained in their research on the post-Socialist region due to the consistent lack of good, reliable time series data. Because the World Values Survey was administered in many post-Socialist countries only once (), a time-series analysis is.
respect to conditions of eligibility, replacement rates, financing and contribu- by closely examining the different aspects of social policy, this book goes beyond the over-generalisation of Eastern European welfare state and provides the opportunity to expand the theoretical framework for post-socialist societies.
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