The Polish Peasants: Change And Continuity In The Postwar Era
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Donn V. Hart
Cultural anthropology, Poland, loss of community cohesion, farming
Social and Cultural Anthropology
This study includes discussion of the various policies and programs applied to the peasants by the post-war government of Poland, including policies collectivizing agriculture, and their failures. This paper also addresses the effects of migration, urbanization, industrialization, and social change, including the decline of extended families.
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Bisselle, Walter Cleaveland, "The Polish Peasants: Change And Continuity In The Postwar Era" (1971). Social Science - Dissertations. Paper 101.