Integracja społeczna w procesie industrializacji na przykładzie Bełchatowa
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The book is consisted of , so to say, two parts: theoretical considerat ions and the descr ipt ion of empirical research in Bełchatów. The theoretical part is composed of two basic chapters. One of them have concerned industrial changes and social processes while building of new enterprises. The formation of the staff of new enterprise is one of last phase of industrial process. There are mentioned some empirical researches of earlier stages of industrialization in region of Bełchatów, too. Next theoretical chapter contents the considerat ions on meaning of term "integration" and dimensions of social integration which are applied in empirical research (functional, normative, cultural, comunicative). The process of social integration is determined, generally, by two groups of factors: internal and external. Internal determinants are connected with a specific character of enterprise. External factors are connected with social system of economy which one of elements is enterprise. Social integration is the resultant of the interaction and influence of these groups of factors. In case od Bełchatów, we can say, that external determinants have been more significance. The integration of the staff had been analysed on three levels: - on the level of work groups, - on the level of enterprise as whole, - on the level of relations between brown coal-mine and the power-station. The state of the integration on each level was different. The work groups were connected most strong ties in all dimensions of integration. Two tendencies have been coexisted on the level of enterprise and relation between the mine and the power-station: integrative and disintegrative. The first tendency is the result of specific situation of enterprise in industrial region, second one is the effect of influence of external determinants. The staff of enterprise has been consisted of integrated work groups and two opposite groups in organizational structure: supervisors and subordinates.