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  • Depopulation ; Empty housing ; Housing ; Living conditions ; Lublin ; Peripheral region ; Poland ; Rural area ; Settlement
  • The Lublin Province is classified as a peripheral area, mainly due to the dominant employment in inefficient agriculture. Additional problem is depopulation of the area, which results in changes in settlement network and in an increase in abandoned
  • and modernization of buildings in peripheral rural areas of the Lublin Province has already begun. Processes of adaptation of housing infrastructure to the requirements of buyers usually are in accordance with local building traditions. – (BJ)
  • Concept ; Core-periphery ; Human geography ; Marginal area ; Peripheral region ; Post-structuralism ; Research ; Rural area
  • of peripheral rural areas in traditional and a new geographical research. Overview of key theoretical concepts in the context of peripherality, on the one hand, shows a large variety of ways to explain the structures and processes that shape a character
  • of peripheral rural areas, and, on the other hand, builds on some idea of the possibilities of interpretation of rural periphery in the new – post-structural and cultural approaches in researches of human geography. – (BJ)
  • Agrarian transition ; Economic impact ; Economic restructuring ; European integration ; Marginal area ; Poland ; Rural area ; Rural economy
  • The panel study of the selected areas of Eastern Poland was carried out in 1992 as a study for the Soros Foundation, then it was continued in 1997 and 2010, respectively. Its purpose was, first, to define the changes taking place in rural areas
  • after the collapse of centrally planned economy and to look at how these areas adapt to the market economy ; next, to study the accession preparations for the EU membership and, finally, to estimate the impact of that accession on the shape of rural
  • sector. The area selected belongs to the commune Drelow, which represents abandoned, separated and underdeveloped rural sector. – (BJ)
  • Community life ; Non-governmental organization ; Nonmetropolitan area ; Poland ; Regional analysis ; Rural area ; Small town ; Socio-economic system
  • The main purpose of the paper is to study and assess the qualitative and quantitative diversification of non-governmental organizations operating in non-metropolitan areas (rural areas and small towns), in selected Polish regions. Regions
  • extent, sport clubs definitely dominate the voluntary-sector in rural areas. The role of VFB is not only limited to fire prevention. They are also active in other spheres of public life and they have a long tradition in the Polish countryside. – (BJ)
  • Frontier region ; Germany ; Model ; Poland ; Regional development ; Regional planning ; Rural development ; Trans-border area ; Urban hierarchy
  • The article presents models of rural development in the German-Polish border area. Special attention was paid to the planning instruments and the mechanisms of the influence of EU, the state of Germany and the Bundesland Brandenburg. Moreover, cross
  • city and its surroundings form the so-called nearer area of inter-linkages through the polycentric development of the country. The development of a region is polycentric, that is, it not only focuses on urban areas, but also includes the entire planning
  • area. A regional model of development, based on the reinforce the strong one rule was introduced. – (BJ)
  • Accessibility ; Core-periphery ; Economic development ; Mazovia ; Poland ; Rural area
  • The research objective of the article is to analyze the relations between spatial accessibility from rural areas of Mazovia to main cities of the region and the level of their socio-economic development. The hypothesis of the analysis
  • is this: successful rural areas are characterized by better road time accessibility to main towns of the Mazovia region. Analyses made in the article allowed to positively verify the above mentioned hypothesis. At the end, the article provides conclusions
  • Communication ; Core-periphery ; Economic development ; Enquiry ; Farm ; Mazovia ; Poland ; Rural area ; Technology
  • The general aim of the article is to define a relationship between the distance to core and a diverse level of modern technologies usage. Although the situation has been gradually improving lately, Poland, especially rural areas, is still backward
  • in terms of modern technologies usage. Until 2008, over a half of inhabitants of Polish rural areas has never used the Internet. The Mazowieckie voivodship was chosen as an area of research. This region is distinguished by a clear relationship between
  • Local Action Groups (LAGs), or entities associating representatives of local authorities, non-governmental organisations and business people, seek to implement projects enhancing the development of rural areas usually embracing several communes
  • . On the one hand, LAGs are authors of local development strategies (LDSs) for their areas of activity, and on the other, they are beneficiaries of EU assistance funds, while being also institutionally responsible for the implementation of the strategies drawn
  • up and for spending the EU financial means allocated to this purpose. In the peripheral rural areas that include the Lublin and Podlasie Voivodships, a total of 29 LAGs have been set up with budgets of 110 and 66 million PLN, respectively
  • Cognitive process ; Lublin ; Marginality ; Peripheral region ; Poland ; Quality of life ; Rural area ; Rural landscape ; Rural planning ; Well-being
  • As a consequence of marginalization of its rural areas, the Lublin region has undergone insignificant modification of nature and, additionally, of its high-quality landscape. The landscape is of great importance to most of local inhabitants
  • that are derived from landscape enhance people’s well-being. This, in turn, intensifies a cognitive and creative passion as well as an enjoyment of life. The results of quality research on experiencing the landscape provide a vital contribution to rural areas
  • Birth rate ; Crisis ; Demographic change ; Economic restructuring ; Fertility ; Migratory balance ; Mortality ; Natural increase ; Peripheral region ; Rural area ; Rural population ; Socio-economic system ; Ukraine
  • The article deals with selected issues of demographic problems of the population on rural peripheral areas in Ukraine in the 1990–2010 period. It also discusses the problem of diversification of approaches towards defining peripheral areas
  • Classification ; Core-periphery ; Delimitation ; Indicator ; Nonmetropolitan area ; Peripheral region ; Poland ; Regional development ; Rural area ; Socio-economic system
  • The article deals with the spatial delimitation of non-urban poviats in Poland by their distance from the state capital, their voivodeship capital, and a state border. Those criteria provided a basis for the classification of peripheral areas
  • initiative. The paper highlights their role in the implementation of innovative Programs carried out in the countryside. The sustainable development of rural areas is not possible without a direct and wide participation of the inhabitants of villages. Human
  • The aim of this study is to analyze the changes that take place in the demographic processes in rural areas of the Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodship between 1988 and 2009. Evaluation of these changes was based on the demographic potential of rural