SYSTÉM SOCIÁLNEJ STAROSTLIVOSTI V BRATISLAVE V 19. STOROČÍ A JEHO MODERNIZÁCIA NA PRELOME 19. A 20. STOROČIA
System of social care in Bratislava in 19th century and its modernization at the turn of the 19th and 20th century
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The study describes the main principles and stages of modernization in the long 19th century in the Kingdom of Hungary on both the state and local levels using the example of Pressburg/Bratislava. Since the reforms of Joseph II directed towards centralization of care for the poor in the Kingdom of Hungary were not implemented, care for poor and socially dependent people in the towns of Hungary was mainly the responsibility of municipal, church and charitable institutions. Until the fall of the Habsburg Monarchy, the Kingdom of Hungary devoted little attention to care for the poor, and the state social policy had only weak effects. In comparison with other towns in Hungary, Pressburg/Bratislava had a mature network of the communal and church institutions for social care, which were incorporated into an emerging system of communal social policy at the turn of the 19th and 20th century.
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