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Workers, Women, And Social Change In Poland, 1870-1939

  • 203 Pages
  • 4.55 MB
  • English
Ashgate Publishing
European history (ie other than Britain & Ireland), Social history, c 1800 to c 1900, History, Sociology, History: World, Minority Studies - General, Eastern Europe - General, 20th century, Poland, Social change, Social conditions, Women, Working
SeriesVariorum Collected Studies Series
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11661621M
ISBN 100860789411
ISBN 139780860789413

The studies collected here deal with social and cultural changes in Polish lands during the early phases of industrialisation, i.e.

the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Attention is first given to the stabilisation of urban agglomerations and workers' communities, and the accompanying transformations in social status, family structure, and collective life and culture of the workers.

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A book with obvious wear. May have some damage to the cover but integrity still intact. The binding may be slightly damaged but integrity is still intact. Possible writing in margins, possible underlining and. Keywords: Social policy, social insurance, maternity protection, social care, Second Polish Republic Introduction Women were an important element of the state social policy as early as in the 19th century.

The situation did not change after the 1st World War. The position of women in the context of the social policy of the Second. William H. Chafe is the Alice Mary Baldwin Professor of History at Duke University. He is the author of many books on race, gender, and politics, including, most recently, "The Rise and" "Fall of the American Century: The United" "States from to ", "The Unfinished" "Journey: America Since World War II", and "Private Lives/Public Consequences: Personality" "and Politics in Modern America.

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During the Women’s Congress many panel discussions took place about women in business, the labor market, politics and government but there were no discussions about poverty, social exclusion, access to healthcare, or change of pension plans In Poland, “women in the retirement age group can access their entitlements enshrined by.

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were women, compared with only 34% women in engineering and 16% in computing. As a result, women make up 81% of workers in health and social services and 71% of teachers. By contrast, only 30% of workers in the transport, storage and communication sectors are women.

Attitudes rather than ability explain this pattern. Even after this political change, continuing even today, women’s gender roles in Poland are strongly influenced by the social norm of a strong feminine presence in the workforce.

Communism had a huge impact on Poland’s gender roles, originating the Polish desire for women to. SinceTarasiewicz has worked as the director for the Network for East-West Women in Poland.

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She has watched as many foundations that funded women's issues have pulled out of Poland as money from the European Union became available. But. How Social Workers Impact the Community. The development of strong, vibrant, and healthy communities has long been a tenet of the social work profession.

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In Great Britain just before World War I there were 24 million adult women and million worked in domestic service,worked in the textile manufacturing industry,worked in the clothing trades,worked in commerce, andworked in local and national government, including teaching.

The British textile and clothing trades, in particular, employed far more women. The beginnings and development of mass culture – as an effect and factor of social transformations. Changes in the lifestyle in big cities at the turn of the 20th century. The role of new forms of entertainment: popular press and publications, cinema, sports shows etc.

and the emancipation of youth, women, poorer social groups. Her passionate account offers unprecedented entrée into the life experience of East European Jewry in a period of massive social change.

Published in the original Yiddish inthe work appears here in English for the first time, annotated and with a historical introduction by Paula E. Hyman.Campaigners for other social changes, such as Caroline Norton who campaigned for women's rights, respected and drew upon Stowe's work.

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