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Title: Family conditions responsible for shaping and developing two-dimensional and disintegrated identity of inhabitants of transfrontier regions (based on the research of the Polish-Czech transfrontier region)
Authors: Suchodolska, Jolanta
Keywords: rodzina; tożsamość; pogranicze kulturowe
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: Cieszyn : Uniwersytet Śląski. Filia
Citation: T. Lewowicki, J. Urban (red.), "Intercultural education - the individual in relation to others and other cultures" (S.149-158). Cieszyn : Uniwersytet Śląski. Filia
Series/Report no.: Edukacja Międzykulturowa;
Abstract: "At the time of numerous social changes in many modern communities and time of openness towards globalisation processes2 that very often strengthen the phenomenon of identity disintegration3, we tend to accept the need to return to the traditional values. The return is a process of returning to the origin of national culture — frequently to the social community we feel emotionally close to — and we do so in order to strengthen our religiosity and our identity on the grounds of comfort and cultural security. From the very early years of infanthood to maturity such an environment should be provided to an individual by the primary micro-community — the family — the cradle of personality and the shield from the state of cultural homelessness." (fragm.)
ISBN: 83-88410-13-X
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