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Journal
2016 | 24 | 157-169
Article title

Resilience and vulnerability in Ostrava and Karviná from the socio-cultural perspective

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PL
Rezyliencja i wrażliwość w Ostrawie oraz Karvinie perspektywa społeczno-kulturowa
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Abstracts
EN
This article deals with the evaluation of resilience and vulnerability in Ostrava and Karviná between 2000 and 2010 from the socio-cultural perspective. These cities embody typical representatives of post-industrial urban entities in the Czech Republic. The socio-cultural component of life is indispensable for the explanation of other processes in researched territories. Ostrava’s higher resilience can be accounted for by its more favorable position within settlement system of the whole region.
PL
Artykuł dotyczy ewaluacji rezyliencji i wrażliwości Ostravy oraz Karviny w latach 2000–2010 analizowanej z perspektywy społeczno-kulturowej. tego rodzaju miasta reprezentują typowe jednostki poprzemysłowe w Republice czeskiej. komponent społeczno-kulturowy jest nieodzowny do wyjaśnienia innych procesów w ramach badanych terytoriów. Wysoka rezyliencja Ostravy może być tłumaczona przez jej bardziej korzystna pozycje w systemie osadniczym całego regionu.
Journal
Year
Issue
24
Pages
157-169
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Dates
published
2016
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Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
2082-4793
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-90d08bae-4e88-4a3e-bf28-1dc2926200ba
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