Edited By Łukasz Skoczylas and Elżbieta Smolarkiewicz
The aim of this book is to highlight the issue of internal migrations and emphasise the need to conduct research on their course and consequences, including those stemming from historical processes. The complexity of this topic is illustrated by the fact that the chapters contained in the book have been written by representatives of different disciplines: sociology, psychology, geography and economics, which may suggest the need for interdisciplinary research to be conducted in the future.
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Post-war internal migration in Poland – characteristics and contemporary consequences
Fig. 1: Percentage share of migrants and non-migrants in the general population by age in the 2011 census. Source: author’s work based on CSO data
Fig. 2: Migrants as a percentage of the total population in Polish voivodeships in 2011. Source: author’s work based on CSO data
Forced migrations and the memory of them. On a monument commemorating Poles exiled from Greater Poland during the Second World War
Image 1. A stone slab with information about forced migration and the monument. Source: Author’s photograph
Image 2. Metal information boards about the forced migration. Source: Author’s photograph
Image 3. Metal information boards about the forced migration. Source: Author’s photograph
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