Civil Society in Poland Essay

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Veröffentlichungsreihe der Forschungsgruppe „Zivilgesellschaft, Citizenship und politische Mobilisierung in Europa“ Schwerpunkt Zivilgesellschaft, Konflikte und Demokratie Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung

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Agnes Arndt / Dariusz Gawin

Discourses on Civil Society in Poland
Agnes Arndt: Premises and Paradoxes in the Development of the Civil Society Concept in Poland Dariusz Gawin: Civil Society Discourse in Poland in the 1970s and 1980s

Discussion Paper Nr. SP IV 2008-402 ISSN 1860-4315

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II. “The Next Ideas Emerged on the March”: Conditions and Phases of the Democratic Opposition in Poland............................................................................. 3 III. In Search of Suitable Addressees: Key Texts and Guiding Concepts in the Polish Civil Society Discourse.................................................................................. 8 IV. Society versus the State: Premises and Paradoxes in the Development of the Civil Society Concept in Poland ............................................................................. 13 V. Summary and Conclusions:............................................................................................... 18 References: ............................................................................................................................... 22

Dariusz Gawin: Civil Society Discourse in Poland in the 1970s and 1980s Contents:
Abstract .................................................................................................................................... 31 I. Introduction ....................................................................................................................... 32

II. The period of quest: 1968–1976 ....................................................................................... 34 III. Solidarity and an idea of a Self-Governing Republic: 1981 ............................................. 39

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