SOCIAL CHANGE AND WOMEN IN THE POLISH ARMY. SELECTED SOCIOLOGICAL ASPECTS

The turn of the century showed that the uniformed public services are permanent segments of the population gaining its livelihood by commanding, hierarchy, discipline, drill, and greatly reduced family life and personal life to perform inner and external group roles, that is, the segment social roles, essentially different from the roles of groups within civil society. The work in systems of contemporary availability is often popularly referred to as the service and requires the sacrifice of life, therefore, it was and is remunerated in both totalitarianism and democracy, but in democracy through the contemporary labour market. Thus the uniformed public services are soldiers, policemen, firemen, etc. who keep the right kind of availability, public order and if necessary, in accordance with the orders of the government, carry out its instructions. They protect production, operational, economic and natural processes, and protect the appropriate infrastructural facilities which task is to prevent a disaster and if this happens removing its effects (Zagórski 2006).


Other Titles:
ZMIANA SPOŁECZNA A KOBIETY W WOJSKU POLSKIM. WYBRANE ASPEKTY SOCJOLOGICZNE
Issue Date:
2010-2010-2010
Publication Type:
Journal Article
ISSN:
2083-3725
Language:
English
Published in:
Economic and Regional Studies (Studia Ekonomiczne i Regionalne), Volume 4, Number 2
Page range:
138-147




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