Poland and Bosnia-Herzegovina Compared
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This paper takes a historical look at the nations of Poland and Bosnia-Herzegovina and compares and contrasts their societies and economic systems. The paper discusses both their similarities and their differences, examining their social and economic structure in both the post-communist era as well as the medieval era.
From the Paper:"The culture area or geographic region within which the human population shares similar culture traits, patterns of cultural ecology and a similar ways of life for Poland and Bosnia-Herzegovina have perhaps only one common political thread, post communism. Each society's cultural traits include many of the same desires felt in western countries that have material form, a recognized function, or an acknowledged value to their culturally related group. None of the foregoing functions independently; rather, each influences others in such universal cultural institutions as religion, political and economic systems, and those means by which a society attempts to maintain internal stability, defends itself against real or perceived threats, and sustains itself through the use of material environmental resources. Bosnia-Herzegovina is a society of two: Muslims and Croats. Their economy struggling out of the quagmire of civil war. Poland on the other hand, began its parliamentary democracy in 1989 pulling its economy, not from civil unrest, but near bankruptcy."
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