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Author: Jan Samek
Year of publication: 2005
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Pages: 153-166
DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/ksm200511
PDF: ksm/09/ksm200511.pdf

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The first catalogue of Polish monuments, Katalog zabytków sztuki w Polsce, was published in 1950. It was developed according to Professor Jerzy Szablowski's concept and covered the administrative district of Cracow, including the Mogiła village.  A separate catalogue devoted to the monuments of Cracow, Katalog zabytków miasta Krakowa, has been published since 1965. So far nine volumes have appeared, encompassing 189 books with many thousands of pictures. Initially, the editorial work (i.e. academic and technical editing) was done mainly by myself, later on with the help of Professor Adam Bochniak and Dr. Izabella chduch-Samkowa.  From the very beginning, due to the size constraints, the catalogue comprised the monuments created after 1850 and lacked colourful illustrations as well as iconographic and geographic indices.  lhe volumes I worked on focused on the sacred buildings, including Iudaic art, of three Cracow quarters - Śródmieście, Stradom and Kleparz. 'Ihe items contained therein included artistic items made until almost 2oth century as well as extended descriptions in areas such as textiles and goldsmithery to ensure a better differen- tiation in the fields concerned.  The recently published catalogues were devoted to the quarter of Zwierzyniec, and the monuments in the Market Square, respectively. Unfortunately both these volumes, particularly the latter one, contain many errors and lack much informa- tion. Besides, the edition of the catalogue of all Polish monuments has been dimin- ishing dramatically in the last few decades.  Last but not least, it should be noted that Katalog zabytków miasta Krakowa is the biggest publication of this kind in Europe. It needs to be thoroughly modern- ised since verifying the information provided by all the authors is in the long run a virtually impracticable taslc The catalogue of Polish monuments, particularly those located in Cracow, serves as a basic publication for studies on the Polish art and keeps unveiling new information about monuments still unknown.

Author: Tomasz Skrzyński
Year of publication: 2005
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Pages: 167-180
DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/ksm200512
PDF: ksm/09/ksm200512.pdf

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Formation of the PPS in the province of Cracow started in the month of January l945.In the end of the year 1945 it possessed the largest number of members of all the provincial branches in the whole country. Active members came mainly from pre-war PPS and PPS-WRN. In many parts of the province close relations were established with SL ”Roch”. Admitting some of the top members of the former PPS-WRN resulted in expansion of the party ranks together with the opposition feelings against the PPS position on the political scene. These were not hindered by the increase of UB persecutions. Due to the many members' attitude, who were reluctant to cooperate with PPR, the PPS's presence in the referendum and election campaigns was disproportionately small. A lot of socialist party members voted against the official PPS stance. PPR is to be blamed that the referendum results brought about such unfavourable consequences for the PPS relations with the communists. Personal changes within WK PPS played important role in tightening the cooperation with PPS before the parliamentary elections. Even so, there were a number of imprisonments of the socialist party members before the elections, dismissing from the polling commissions as well as deleting their names from the list of voters. ln November 1946 a recruitment campaign was launched with the aim to double the number of the party members. This aim was not achieved. [flowever, they managed to acquire more new members than PPR. After the election PPS was by all means the most numerous organization in the province.

Author: Wincenty Kołodziej
Year of publication: 2005
Source: Show
Pages: 181-206
DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/ksm200513
PDF: ksm/09/ksm200513.pdf

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The article „Migration of Poles to US and it's stages”, shows the problems of the Polish society, that traveled in search for work and bread to North America. Start- ing from 1815 and for the following one hundred years, America accepted immi- grants with open hands. The migration peaked between 1900 and 1919, when close to 10 million people came to this country. Polish immigrants played a big role in creating the history and in emerging of a new country - United States of America. Its over one-hundred-year long history constitutes an object of fascination for sci- entific, journalistic and cultural communities. Based on the collected bibliographic materials, it can be ascertained that the literature on the history of Polish emigra- tion to the North America is rich enough to be a basis for certain conclusions regarding this issue without the necessity of referring to the full documentation. Based on the gathered literature, the author of the article tries to analyze problems of polish immigrants, introduce it's reasons, stages and directions.

Author: Renata Mikitiuk
Year of publication: 2005
Source: Show
Pages: 207-226
DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/ksm200514
PDF: ksm/09/ksm200514.pdf

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Proces niszczenia majątku szkolnego rozpoczął się wraz z okupacją hitlerowską i trwał przez cały jej okres. Wiele budynków szkolnych zostało zupełnie zniszczo- nych. Część uległa znacznej dewastacji i wymagała natychmiastowego remontu, a nieliczne z tych, które zachowały się w stanie względnie dobrym, zajęła ludność cywilna na mieszkania. Z chwilą wyzwolenia spod okupacji hitlerowskiej ośrodki miejskie stały się miejscem stacjonowania polskich i sowieckich oddziałów woj- skowych. Budynki szkolne ze względu na swoje rozmiary często przeznaczano na koszary wojskowe bądź szpitale dla rannych żołnierzy. W następstwie tych działań w wielu miejscowościach nie było lokalu, w którym można by prowadzić zajęcia szkolne.

Author: Ewa Kuźma
Year of publication: 2005
Source: Show
Pages: 227-240
DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/ksm200515
PDF: ksm/09/ksm200515.pdf

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The article presents the changes that had taken place in the structure of post war education system using as an example Tomaszów region. It explains the way in which the communist's slogan "We fight illiteracy” was used to gain support for the new ruting party. Deliberately chosen educational texts were gloryfying USSR and condemning the pre-war Poland. The article presents also difłiculties that regional authorities had with putting government instructions into practice. All the work undertaken was aimed on aksjological desorientation and frustration of the society.

Author: Piotr Kosowski
Author: Bronisław Kosowski
Year of publication: 2005
Source: Show
Pages: 241-250
DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/ksm200516
PDF: ksm/09/ksm200516.pdf

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History of Tymbark is a typical example of many similar small towns estab- lished in southern area of Poland. As a royal town established in 1353 up till 16th century it was own and command by a Polish king. Later, till 1813, it was a head- quarter of a small district. When the Tymbark properties were taken over by the Austrian authorities it was passed to private hands. In 1945 the well prospering Tymbark estate was nationalised, whereas the biggest plant - cooperative fruit and vegetables processing plant became state property.  At present commune Tymbark can be an example of best socio-economic practice.

Author: Krzysztof Sarapata
Author: Jan Trąbka
Year of publication: 2005
Source: Show
Pages: 251-256
DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/ksm200517
PDF: ksm/09/ksm200517.pdf

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This paper presents development of new approach in neurology. Advanced mathematics and physics created a wide point of view of neurology and neuroon- cology. Topological Geometro-Dynamics (TGD) by M. Pitkżinen inspire theoreti- cal investigation of brain activity, and high-tech techniques of brain imaging show a broad spectrum of explanation pathological causes.

Author: Irena Roterman-Konieczna
Author: Edward Jacek Gorzelańczyk
Author: Piotr Grzybowski
Year of publication: 2005
Source: Show
Pages: 257-266
DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/ksm200518
PDF: ksm/09/ksm200518.pdf

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This paper presents some results of behavioral genetic and molecular genetic studies that suggest that both genetic and nongenetic factors contribute to the development of Attention-Deńcit/hyperactivity Disorder Family, twin, and adop- tion studies provide evidence that genes play a strong role in susceptibility to ADHD. Genome-wide scans conducted thus far are not conclusive. Candidate gene studies shown that seven candidate genes had statistically significant evidence of association with ADHD on the basis of the pooled OR across studies: DRD4, DRDS, DAT, DBH, HTRIB, S-HTT, and SNAP-25 genes.

Author: Piotr Walecki
Year of publication: 2005
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Pages: 267-292
DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/ksm200519
PDF: ksm/09/ksm200519.pdf

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This paper presents a neuropsychological study of ADHD (Attention Deftcit Hyperactivity Disorder). The extensive review of the state of art and science on ADHD explain neuropsychological measures of different domains of neurophysi- ology and psychology - executive functioning, working memory and several cog- nitive control functions. 'Ihis paper want to get answers to many questions regard- ing the validity and reliability of the diagnosis of ADHD in children and adults and regarding the proper treatment for the disorder.

Author: Piotr Wojciechowski
Year of publication: 2005
Source: Show
Pages: 293-300
DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/ksm200520
PDF: ksm/09/ksm200520.pdf

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