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Post-socialism and the changing geographies of the everyday in Poland

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In reporting on recent research on the changing geographies of everyday life in the town of Nowa Huta in southern Poland, this paper seeks to promote the use of post-socialism as a conceptual, rather than simply descriptive and/or transitory, category. By exploring experiences of (im)mobility and (in)security in post-socialism, this paper connects to related work on the West and asks what difference post-socialism makes. It concludes by presenting a post-socialism marked out as different by the particular experiences of socialism, its construction and destruction and as a partial and hybrid social form, produced by a combination of multiple social forms constructed at varied scales of time and space.
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Keywords: Poland; everyday geographies; mobility; post-socialism

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies, School of Geography, Sociology and Politics, University of Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne, Email: alison.stenning@ncl.ac.uk

Publication date: 2005-03-01

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