Agnieszka Szczepańska CDFMR and Katarzyna Pietrzyk CDFPMR
analysis: they were used predominantly by the residents of Old Town district; they were used continuously throughout the day; they built a sense of community and local participation; they promoted integration; they contributed to local identity and positive perceptions of the Old Town district; and they increased the district’s appeal.
The following types of public spaces were identified during the field inventory: traffic routes (streets, footways and driveways, sidewalks, car parks, pedestrian crossings), unorganised green spaces, organised green spaces (squares
. The use of econometric discrete choice models is a popular and appropriate method to investigate travel behaviour determinants. Therefore, this paper employs binary logistic regression to determine the factors that influence the frequency of use for particular modes of transportation in the city of Łódź.
3 Study area
The subject of the study is the city of Łódź. It is located in central Poland near the crossing of two main Polish motorways, the A1 (north–south) and the A2 (east–west). Both motorways are part of the international E-road network, corresponding
Łukasz Damurski, Jacek Pluta, Karel Maier and Hans Thor Andersen
desirable neighbourhoods. Its characteristic feature was a school placed in the centre of the residential area so that a child’s walk to school was only about one-quarter of a mile and could be achieved without crossing major arterial streets. The neighbourhood was sized between 5,000 and 9,000 residents and also provided some local shopping areas near the main entrance to the unit ( Perry, 1998 ).
The concept of neighbourhood units became standard for mass housing projects all over the world, especially after the Second World War. For example, in Czechoslovakia, all
Kinga Kimic, Gabriela Maksymiuk and Marzena Suchocka
time, it is observed that the time spent indoors have increased. The indoor spaces are perceived as safe, free of external and unnecessary stimuli, and thus comfortable. Internet users spend an average of 15 hours and 40 minutes online per week. Since 2009, the average declared network-use time has remained at a similar level, and the number of hours spent online is also related to age. People below 34 years old spend almost twice as much time on the Internet (approximately 23 hours) than older users (approximately 6–10 hours on average) ( World Internet Project 2013
especially among entities that can be called populist. The Czech Republic in this respect is not an exception. The issue of migration is also linked to a number of areas that it permeates – migration is spoken of commonly in the context of either the economy (cf. Žúborová and Borárosová 2016), security (cf. Androvičová 2015 ; Bourbeau 2011 ), and identity or (in a wider context) religion, culture, and nation (cf. Czajka 2014 ).
The debate regarding immigration is linked to practices of political populism not only in the Czech context. Empirical research on populism
political leader, the president of Serbia in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1989–1997 and the federal president of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1997–2000.
In 2010, the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights (Beogradski centar za ljudska prava) carried out a survey among adult Serbs, which aimed at testing their knowledge of the history of their own nation. The questions included an open one concerning the most important figures in the history of the Serbian state. The largest number of responders answered that it was Josip Broz Tito. Other popular choices
Nigeria, VCH was very high in 13 (76.5%), namely Akwa Ibom (71.2%), Bayelsa (93.5%), Cross River (96.8%), Delta (90.3%), Ebonyi (89.9%), Edo (78.4%), Ekiti (89.7%), Enugu (62.3%), Ogun (99.8%), Ondo (90.5%), Osun (92.7%), Oyo (90.6%) and Rivers (90.4%). Only two states, viz .: Jigawa (61.98%) and Zamfara (60.6%), had a very high homogeneous voter choice in the entire north, indicating that even though ANPP won most states in the northwest, the PDP received a good number of votes. A low level of homogeneous voter choice is observed in the north-central region stretching
the defining aspects of cooperation and community building through constitutional ties is the fact that three-quarters of the New Zealand population is of European descent. This has particularly affected the migration wave in the mid-70s of the past century, when immigrants from Europe dominated the structure of migrants. Later, the migrants came from the Pacific Islands and Asia. Equally, children of mixed partnerships increased in number, and according to the results of the population census in 2001, 18% of children aged less than 15 years were included in more