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Niedziela nic nie zmienia

Czapnik, Marta

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  <dc:creator>Czapnik, Marta</dc:creator>
  <dc:description>The aim of the paper Sunday Changes Nothing is to analyze the lifestyles of social groups at risk of poverty and social exclusion, with a particular emphasis on their time management skills. The article is a review of the literature in this area, enriched by five-year-old field observation. Although today poverty is treated as a correlate of many factors, researchers fail to notice these correlations exhaustively. Poverty does not have be the result of the lack of effort, but, in some cases, can be a consequence of anomie affecting a given social group. Hence, poverty studies pay more and more attention to the lack of prospective thinkin that accompanies a variety of social groups—single mothers, long-term unemployed, di­sabled, or homeless people. Sustained dependence and discomfort leads to many disorders, such as neutralization, malaise, and even depression. A sense of senselessness, lack of adequate living conditions, or unproductive daily routine has devastating ramifications and results in being subordinated to external factors. This lifestyle restricts needs and submits all the efforts to survivability. Different social group living in poverty—impoverished workmen, clients of DPS, or homeless—deal with it in individually in different ways. They all, however, share the same inability to manage their time efficiently, thus hindering capability to rest, and, in consequence, significantly reducing the quality of life.</dc:description>
  <dc:source>Facta Ficta Journal of Theory, Narrative &amp; Media 1(1) 142-153</dc:source>
  <dc:title>Niedziela nic nie zmienia</dc:title>
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