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In: Geografický časopis, vol. 66, no. 4
Vladimír Ira - Michala Sládeková Madajová - Branislav Chrenka - Rut Facunová

Časovo-priestorový kontext činností človeka: prípadová štúdia obyvateľov marginálneho horského územia

Detaily:

Rok, strany: 2014, 341 - 362
Kľúčové slová:
time-geography, behavioural patterns, time-space budget, marginal mountainous rural environment, Lom nad Rimavicou

O článku:

The aim of the paper is to present the results of research focused on time-space behavioural patterns of inhabitants living in the marginal mountainous rural municipality of Lom nad Rimavicou in Central Slovakia. It builds on principles conceived by behavioural geography applying several time-geographical concepts. The results of the analysis are embedded in the context of political, economic, socio-cultural and environmental changes in the period of transition of Slovak society after 1989. The knowledge concerning the time-space behaviour of the local population in the marginal mountainous rural milieu at the beginning of the second decade of the 21st century is based on time-space budget survey conducted by the authors of this study in 2011, while some aspects are compared with the results of preceding research (1986 and 1997). Analysis of the time-space records presented in this paper, provide a complicated picture of human activities in pursuit of real satisfaction of their needs on a daily basis. Such a picture offers interesting information in terms of the assessment and comprehension of the processes taking place in the transitional society.

Ako citovať:

ISO 690:
Ira, V., Sládeková Madajová, M., Chrenka, B., Facunová, R. 2014. Časovo-priestorový kontext činností človeka: prípadová štúdia obyvateľov marginálneho horského územia. In Geografický časopis, vol. 66, no.4, pp. 341-362. ISSN 0016-7193.

APA:
Ira, V., Sládeková Madajová, M., Chrenka, B., Facunová, R. (2014). Časovo-priestorový kontext činností človeka: prípadová štúdia obyvateľov marginálneho horského územia. Geografický časopis, 66(4), 341-362. ISSN 0016-7193.