Eastern Europe is undergoing broad changes in demographic structure that have widened the ranges of population growth between countries and have created new problems of worker movement. This book contains both broad theoretical and conceptual essays and specific analyses of demographic structure. It provides prime examples of different methodologies, both quantitative and nonquantitative, in geography, anthropology, sociology, and economics.
Table of Contents
Preface -- Introduction -- Characteristics and Trends in Southeastern Europe: Romania, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Albania, Greece, and Turkey -- Demographic Characteristics and Trends in Northeastern Europe: German Democratic Republic, Poland, Czechoslovakia, and Hungary -- Demography and Urban and Regional Planning in Northeastern Europe -- Population Problems in Polish Regional Planning -- The Impact of Regional Development Policy on Population Distribution in Yugoslavia and Bulgaria -- Dragalevtsy Household Members Then (1935) and Now -- Comparison of the Population Density Gradients of the Planned and Unplanned Sections of Ankara -- The Impact of Rural-Urban Migration on the Development of Communist Bulgaria -- Palaeohora, Crete: A Study of Village Migration Patterns -- Migration on the Adriatic Coast: Some Processes Associated with the Development of Tourism -- Regional Differences in Yugoslav External Migration -- Prospect
Huey Louis Kostanick is professor of geography at the University of California at Los Angeles, where he has taught since 1946.