Andrzej Nowosad


  • In this paper, we analyse the press market in Turkey between 2012 and 2020. We focus on the change in the ownership structure and ownership networks of media groups, the decline in newspaper and magazine readership, and the socio-political factors which led to the collapse of independent media in Turkey: protests in Istanbul in 2013 and the failed coup in 2016, corruption. ...

  • Internet : common good limited

    The article describes a geographical differentiation of availability and the degree of Internet literacy in Poland. The article shows correlations between the degree of urbanization and the type of households. It also determines the position of Poland in comparison to the rest of European countries as well as the world, given the technological development of the country related to access and use of information technology with ...

  • Economic Transformation in Poland and Ukraine National and Regional Perspectives

    Book Description When Poland and Ukraine introduced their political, social, and economic system reforms at the beginning of the 1990s, both economies were at a similar level of economic development, (GDP $9,500 per capita). However, in 2018, Ukrainian GDP per capita had remained at the same levels since 1991, while in Poland, it had increased significantly, to more than $27,000 per capita. This book assesses the reasons for ...

  • Informal communication about work in the Balkan countries in: MEDIA BIZNES KULTURA, 2019, NUMER 2 (7) 2019, p. 95-112

    Informal institutional communication on the labour market in the Balkans may indicate the creation of social networks across national and regional borders and inclusively within societies, which may indicate an increase in loss of confidence in the state and its labour market institutions The text indicates examples of networks in Romania and Bulgaria and the necessary conditions for a contract in Turkey ...

  • Clusters as social capital. Romania and Bulgaria – leading the creation of media clusters in the Balkans

    Clusters mean collaboration, knowledge, trust in individual public units which gives better results than the sum of the different activities of the same units. The media play a major role in building social capital. The aim of this study is to analyze the Balkan countries in the field of media clusters, showing the leading role of Romania and Bulgaria. ...

  • THE DANCING DIMENSION OF CHILDREN’S FOLKLORE IN BUŁGARIA

    Children’s folk games and dances constitute an important part of BuLgaria’s tra- ditional culture. There are specific and manifold situations in which dancing skills are transmitted and improved, and the folk culture reąuires dance performed by both adults and children - both younger and older ones. Thus, chiLdren can perfect their individual attitudes as well as sociaL behaviour patterns. The bond between children’s da ...

  • Media clusters as a social capital in the Balkans Region in: "Media Biznes Kultura", No 2 (3) 2017, pp. 17-30

    Social capital and clusters are cooperation, knowledge, and trust of individual social units that give better results than the sum of separate activities of these units. Media play an extraordinary role in building social capital. The text presents an analysis of the Balkan states regarding the existence of media clusters ...

  • Evgeniya Grancharova, 2017, The dance in the traditional culture of the Bulgarians in Romania, in Taniec w Kulturze, (ed.) Jerzy Przerębski, Zakopiańskie Centrum Kultury, Zakopane 2017, pp 59-68

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  • Antoniya Velkova-Gaydarzhieva, The seasons of Peter Alipiev, Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis, Studia Historicolitteraria XVI (2016), s. 50-60, The poems translated by Andrzej Nowosad

    Peter Alipiev is a fine example of the poetic emblems of the 1960s. Man and nature translate and express themselves. The poetic world of P. Alipiev is unified, round, fundamental. The four seasons, each of them magical, concern a great number of his texts. Different aspects and transformations of life are captured through the use of various seasons. However, human nature is expressed in a wide spectre of emotional states and p ...

  • Margareta Grigorova, Andrzej Nowosad,Bruno and Caravaggio – The heretic philosopher and the heretic artist in the works of Gustaw Herling-Grudziński, in: Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis, Studia Historicolitteraria XVI (2016), pp. 61-78

    The present text follows the extraordinary “double portrait” of Bruno and Caravaggio – rebels in science and art, who are being „painted” by the Polish emmigrant writer in his works. They live together in his thoughts for many years. Herling writes series of texts about them, in which the position of the main character changes, but the remaining one is always inseparably present. The texts analyzed are his essay “C ...

  • Nowosad Andrzej, 2016, THE MEDIA IN ROMANIA’S POLITICAL SYSTEM, Proglas, pp 92-113.

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  • Andrzej Nowosad, Rafał Wisła (ed.), Diversity of development in contemporaneous Europeр Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego, Kraków 2016.

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  • Andrzej Nowosad, Rafał Wisła (ed.), Diversity of development in contemporaneous Europeр Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego, Kraków 2016.

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