Professionen im modernen Osteuropa / Professions in Modern Eastern Europe
1995. Summary, Tab., Abb.; 504 S.
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Inhalt: J. Baberowski, Rechtsanwälte in Rußland, 1866-1914 - V. Karady, Professional Status, Social Background, and the Differential Impact of Right Radicalism among Budapest Lawyers in the 1940s - W. Höpken, Professionalisierung an der Peripherie: Juristen und Beamte in Bulgarien, 1878-1930 - S. Balík / J. Pešek, Die böhmischen Rechtsanwälte 1868-1914: Geschichte und Topographie der Prager Advokatenschaft im mitteleuropäischen Vergleich - P. Svobodný, The Professionalisation of Czech Physicians, 1848-1939 - M. M. Kovács, The Radical Right and the Hungarian Professions: The Case of Doctors and Lawyers, 1918- 1945 - L. M. Hoffman, The Institutional Careers of Medicine and Urban Planning in the Communist and Postcommunist Czech Republic - L. A. Bulgakova, The Profession of Physician in Tsarist Russia - P. Wozniak, Professionalisation and Nationalism in a Career Group: Secondary School Teachers in Galicia, 1849-1914 - J. Koťa, Professionalisation of Teachers in the Czech Lands - T. Maurer, Universitätsprofessoren im Russischen Reich - C. Albrecht, The Czech Economics Profession before 1914 - G. Ul'yanova, Engineers in the Russian Empire - J. Pokorný, Ingenieure in Böhmen und der Tschechoslowakei, 1890-1939 - A. Šerše, Technical Intelligentsia in Slovenia - J. Zarnowski, Learned Professions in Poland, 1918-1939 - G. Hausmann, Akademische Berufsgruppen in Odessa, 1850-1917 - C. M. Giustino, Architects and the Task of Urban Planning in Late Imperial Czech Prague, 1866-1900: Winning Jurisdiction "from Below"

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