Vol 14, No 1

Divided Twin Towns


Divided twin towns are laboratories. The sociological debates suggest that they are laboratories first of all of the new EU enlargement process and the trans-border integration of former national societies. But it is also important to stress the historical heritage that is imprinted in the social structure of the towns: the trends in earlier migration, the memorialization of historical harms, the long-standing stereotypes between ethnic groups. The papers of this monothematic issue represent a wide perspective from the German‒Polish borderland to the former Yugoslavia. Most of the authors come from the disciplines of sociology, social geography and social history. The subject of divided twin towns is a very characteristic problematic of Central Europe.

Obsah

Editorial

Divided Twin Towns
Máté David Tamáska
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5–6

Studie

Tamás Hardi, Andrea Uszkai
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9–30
Ranka Perić Romić, Duško Trninić, Dalibor Savić
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31–53
Dariusz Gierczak
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55–70
Zsolt Bottlik
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71–93
Kamilla Dolińska, Natalia Niedźwiecka-Iwańczak
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95–116
Marcin Dębicki, Wojciech Doliński
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117–136
Igor Jelen, Kurt Scharr, Ernst Steinicke
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137–154