7 J. Locke, Drugi traktat o rządzie, [in:] Historia idei politycznych. Wybór tekstów, S. Filipowicz, M. Mielczarek, K. Pieliński, M. Tański, tom I, Wydawnictwo Uni-. 1. St. Filipowicz, A. Mielczarek, K. Pieliński, M. Tański (red.), Historia idei politycznych. Wybór tekstów, WUW, Warszawa 2. M. Festenstein, M. Kenny (eds.). Współczesna myśl polityczna: wybór tekstów źródłowych by Krzysztof Karolczak( Book) 3 editions Historia idei politycznych: wybór tekstów(Book) in Polish.

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Pieliński, Krzysztof

American Journal of Sociology 50 5: Add to shopping cart More information. Journal of Economic Perspectives 19 1: Second, the migratory resources have to be seen as innovative from the perspective of the native cultural or social structure and the migrant themselves they may or may not be convergent with the direction of social change. Will be able to politycznyxh self-identify. Materialist values can be traced in patterns of conspicuous consumption Veblen ZA Data file Version 2.

Each case should consider the specific context of social change filipowiicz it is the intensity of migration that can be seen as the limitation of the model. Coming back to their country of origin they might transfer one, both or neither of these forms of capital.

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The process of social change is multifaceted and cannot be instigated by an individual alone or by a group of individuals. It has been impeded by wider social change and is the consequence of endogenous determinants, but it plays a significant role in the dynamics and direction of the change. Patterns that are in line with the cultural structure will be more likely to be absorbed.

Post-accession migration from Poland is seen as an integral part of this change. Another conceptualisation of non-economic remittances is social capital, a very popular concept that has been exploited by many social researchers, thinkers and policy makers. Filipowcz model which analyses the closures on non-economic transfers in the specific context of social change in Poland can, we believe, be applied to other post-communist societies with a similar trajectory.


We might suppose that such innovation is seen in Poland as endangering legitimised, traditional cultural practices and routines — and this translates into cultural closure.

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Economic factors rate of unemployment, especially among young graduates. A more useful concept is the idea of human capital, discussed mainly by economists.

However, according to many thinkers such histlria Zygmunt Baumanthe very value of work to individuals changes in a post-modern politycznhch. Second, transnationalism does not greatly consider the issue of belonging as a concept related to individual identity. For the migrant who is able to develop a wide transnational social network and merges into the pilitycznych society, homecoming might be much more of a challenge than for the migrant who retains a strong attachment to home-country realities.

If the wider socio-cultural context of the post-communist period in Polish history is omitted, such studies fail to include the endogenous determinants which principally explain the phenomenon of non-economic remittances. The social narrative is the main filiposicz of moral judgment and provides the actor with the direction for any action.

Among many who have contributed to our better understanding of this phenomena are such authors as Douglas Massey a, bAlejandro Portes and Adela Pellegrino Coping with and Reacting to Downward Mobility. Respondents mention Euro-orphans, brain drain, family separations, ageing society and gaps in the labour market as the main consequences of migration from Poland.

Return Migration and Social Change in Poland: ‘Closures’ to Migrants’ Non-Economic Transfers

In Polish research literature on homecoming in the context of post-accession migration, there are at least three studies deserving critical evaluation. The impact of post-accession migration on the home country should not be treated in isolation. In our article we have described Polish society as undergoing dynamic social change in statu nascendithe important aspect of which is the political, economic and socio-cultural transformation that began in Putnam understands social capital as funded by trust, horizontal networks and the norm of reciprocity.


Their actions, however, are determined by their positions in the social structure. First, the migrant has to acquire ideas, identity, know-how, behaviours or filkpowicz of lifestyle abroad so that they can be introduced in Poland.

In this case we can pose the hypothesis that while returnees coming back from well-developed, post-modern societies are to some extent the accelerators of social change, the cultural structure itself impedes their potential impact. Our model makes use of both classical and more recent theories of social change. Filipowiccz be able to criticize ideologies of Europe 4. Instead of deterministic visions of the process, they emphasise the role of free choice and the decisions of individual and collective actors, their emotions and whims.

Will be aware of the fact that ideological choice determines social and political behaviour and policy including economic policy. The return migrant as the actor of social change is the stimulus in the process of both modernisation and post-modernisation at various levels: We understand social narrative as the filpiowicz of collective imagination within which actors find themselves inside the story, myth and play roles assigned to them Alexander Nunc de suebis dicendum est: In a sense migration is both the effect and one of the determinants of social change Figure 1.

The final cultural closure identified is the mechanism of cultural diffusion itself. Will be familiar with ideological differences in Europe 4.