Family in Poland. Social and legal contexts

Karolina Walancik-Ryba

ISBN 978-3-8325-5317-3
114 pages, year of publication: 2021
price: 28.00 €
Family in Poland. Social and legal contexts
How has the legal context of the family changed in Poland? Families are by no means monolithic but heterogeneous. They are jagged and dynamic and globalisation has altered their form as well as the perception of family as a fundamental value in Poland over time.

In this work the preferred family structures and models of family life by Poles will be explored, as well as the question of how values around family have shifted for Poles. The current legal regulations in Poland in the field of family law will also be debated to determine if they sufficiently support the goals and the function of a family.

Karolina Walancik-Ryba - doctor of law, listed as a legal counsel of the District Chamber of Legal Advisers in Warsaw. PhD studies at the Faculty of Law, Canon Law and Administration of the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Postgraduate Studies in Judiciary and Administration at the Church of the Cardinal Stefan WyszyƄski University in Warsaw. Author of publications in the field of family law. Her scientific interests are in the field of pedagogy, family law and inheritance law, in particular the issues of family and foster care.

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  • family values
  • Poland
  • family law


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