EurekaMag.com logo
+ Site Statistics
References:
47,893,527
Abstracts:
28,296,643
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on Google+Follow on Google+
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

The functions of contemporary peasant-worker families






Wies Wspoczesna 32(1): 143-148

The functions of contemporary peasant-worker families

Changing patterns are identified in the traditional attitudes and conduct of rural peasant families in Poland. Areas of investigation were: family planning; economic and financial goals; material security and dependence on the support of family members; the cultivation of social and educational values; and the emotional ties within the family unit.


Accession: 001709045



Related references

Colletta, N.J., 1982: Worker-peasant education in the People's Republic of China: a contemporary overview. This is an analysis of adult education activities in China from the late 1920s to the present. It is based on field observations and interviews conducted during a study mission in 1981, and briefs collected during visits to factories, communes and...

Dziabala, S., 1974: Cooperation of the Polish United Workers Party and the United Peasant Party as an expression of the political substance of worker-peasant alliance. Wies wspolczesna: 18 (6) 10-20

Mierzejewski, S., 1987: The consumption of natural foods and variations between the families of peasant farmers and peasant farmers with a second job in industry. The article looks at the variations in the level of natural food consumption in 1985 between the families of peasants and peasant workers in Poland. Factors such as family income and the size of farm are taken into consideration. The average membe...

Nicola Piper, 2003: Wife or worker? Worker or wife? Marriage and cross-border migration in contemporary Japan. Population, Space and Place 9(6): 457-469

Klodzinski, M., 1974: Peasant-worker farms. In the first part the problem of peasant-worker farms are identified, and the reasons for this kind of farm are investigated and their production results are appraised. The second part is based on empirical material from enquiries carried out in i...

Dziewicka, Maria., 1963: Peasant-worker farms. The formation of the class of peasant-workers in Poland has coincided with a rapid process of industrialization and urbanization within the framework of socialist production relations. The peasant-workers' farms cover 6.3 per cent of the arab...

Muszynski, M., 1976: Change for the peasant worker population. The aim of the work is to determine the size of the peasant worker population, the basic feature of which is the link between agricultural and non-agricultural work. Investigations in this field in Poland, the problem of industrialization and urba...

Pietraszek, E., 1977: Maszkienice - a peasant-worker village. A comparison is drawn between the Polish village of Maszkienice, in Galicia, in 1900 when Franciszek Bujak made a study of it, and the village as it is now. Maszkienice is shown to be turning from a peasant-worker village into a rural settlement w...

Krasovec, S., 1974: The general question of the worker-peasant. Ekonomska revija: t 25 (2 3) 143-175

Bernal, C.-Fernando, 1990: The contemporary peasant