Local Communities and Post-Communist Transformation: Czechoslovakia, the Czech Republic and Slovakia

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2.1 Results of elections to Czech parliament showing votes as percentage and seats as total30
3.1 1990 local election results in main towns in Humenné district59
3.2 1994 local election results in main towns in Humenné district59
3.3 Mayors by party in Humenné district in 199060
3.4 Mayors by party in Humenné district 199460
3.5 1990 local election results in five Czech municipalities75
3.6 1994 local election results in five Czech municipalities75
5.1 Foreign direct investment inflows in CEFTA countries112
5.2 Distribution of four types of workers' identity116
5.3 Satisfaction with working life118
5.4 Satisfaction with different aspects of work118
5.5 How true are the following statements about your work?119
5.6 How far do the decisions of your local union reflect your opinions?119
5.7 How far do the decisions of management reflect your opinions?119
5.8 Membership, agreement with local union policies and participation in local union activities119
5.9 Representational deficit on labour issues121
5.10 Perceptions of trade union representation121
6.1 Changes in work content in manual professions130
6.2 Self-evaluation of work undertaken in manual professions131
6.3 Manual workers' evaluations of relationships to superiors and co-workers132
6.4 Satisfaction with individual aspects of conditions at work134
6.5 Collective actors which best represent employee interests in specific areas138
6.6 Priorities for union activity in the firm140
7.1 1994 and 1998 local election results. Votes and seats won by party150
7.2 Changing feelings of powerlessness155

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Basees/Routledgecurzon Series on Russian and East European Studies ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Tables vii
  • Contributors ix
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgements xv
  • 1 - Sociological Readings of Post-Communist Lifeworlds 1
  • Notes 13
  • Bibliography 14
  • 2 - Civil Society and Political Parties in the Czech Republic 19
  • Bibliography 39
  • 3 - Agents for Community Self-Determination? Experiences of Local Actors 41
  • Notes 85
  • Bibliography 89
  • 4 - The Slovak Union of Nature and Landscape Conservationists 92
  • Notes 103
  • 5 - Electronics Industry Workers in Slovakia 1995–2000 105
  • Notes 123
  • Bibliography 124
  • 6 - Case Studies from the Electronics Industry 126
  • Notes 141
  • 7 - The Czech Republic 1990–2000 143
  • Notes 158
  • Bibliography 159
  • 8 - Civic Potential as a Differentiating Factor in the Development of Local Communities 161
  • Bibliography 182
  • 9 - Group Strategies of Local Communities in Slovakia Facing Social Threats 184
  • Bibliography 205
  • 10 - The Narrativisation of Social Transformation 206
  • Notes 216
  • Bibliography 218
  • Index 221
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