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Region and Regionalism No. 4. Multicultural regions and cities

Region and Regionalism No. 4. Multicultural regions and cities

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Redakcja: Marek Koter i Krystian Heffner
ISBN: 83-7126-125-X
Rok wydania: 1999
Liczba stron: 224

Opis

Contents

 

Foreword

 

Section I. Multiculturalism – new ethnic and social processes, integration or partition?

Krystyna Rembowska – Multiculturalism and democracy. Case of Poland

Marin Bachvarov – Hostile civilisations or co-existence of cultures on the turn of the 20th century

Jernej Zupančič – Possibilities for the ethnic survival of minorities in a multicultural society. Theoretical and practical aspects

Lennart Styenman – A multicultural society in Sweden – a utopia?

 

Section II. Multicultural regions in regional structures of Europe

Małgorzata Pacuk, Tadeusz Palmowski – Baltic Euro-region: a stimulator of intercultural co-operation

William Stanley, Elke Knappe – Kaliningrad and the changing geopolitics of the Baltic

Jan Wendt – Political regionalization of East Prussia

Pascal de Rauglaudre – Russophones in Latvia: a geopolitical approach

Liutauras Kraniauskas: Shape of a new multicultural space in Lithuania

Krystian Heffner – Ethnically mixed regions in the Polish conceptions of regionalization: the Opole region in Silesia

Anna Portisch – The Czech-German bilateral declaration: negotiating Czech geographical positionality and the ‘European Homeland’

Peter Repolusk – Ethnically undefined population in Slovenia population census in 1991

Olga Gubova – Central Europe towards European Union – separately or together?

Ewa Klima – Euro-region Tatry – European integration?

 

Section III. Regions in ethnic and cultural borderlands – new centres of multicultural development or zones of confrontation?

Marie-France Gaunard – Transformation of border regions in France through the creation of Euro-regions – analysis of the multiculturalism in this European integration process

Peter Dörrenbächer, Christian Schulz – Cultural and regional integration. The case of the Saar-Lor-Lux cross-border labour market

Joanna Szczepankiewicz-Battek – Decline of the multiculturalism in the Syców region as a result of political processes in the 20th century

Wojciech Janicki – The distribution and significance of Tatar ethnic group in Poland

Alexander Khomra, Anna Starostenko – New ethnic processes in the Transcarpathia under conditions of transformational crisis

Daniel Szałankiewicz – The cultural mosaic of the eastern part of the Polish Carpathians

Alberto Capacci, Stefano Brunelli – The Provençal community in the Italy-France borderlands

Vladimir Baar – Multiethnic transregions as real or potential riot zones

 

Section IV, Multiculturalism as a model of socio-economic development of cities

Mariusz Kulesza – Origin and development of multicultural towns in Central Poland, Politico-geographical context

Barbara Miszewska – Wrocław as a multicultural city – in the past and presently

Grażyna Prawelska-Skrzypek, Ewa Bogacz – Multiculturalism in the process of creating identity in Cracow

Grażyna Prawelska-Skrzypek, Edyta Bieniek-Białas – Multiculturalism in the process of urban marketing – example of the city of Cracow

Alicja Szajnowska-Wysocka – Multicultural character of the Upper-Silesian conurbation

Beata Meyer – Specificity of border communities with Szczecin as an example

Tomasz Michalski – Cultural and historical conditions of the sacral buildings arrangement within the central part of the city of Gdańsk

 

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