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dc.contributor.authorKubeš, Jan
dc.contributor.editorČechurová, Monika
dc.identifier.citationMiscelanea geographica: Universitatis Bohemiae Occidentalis. 2008, roč. 14, s. 85-90.cs
dc.description.abstractThe article describes and explains methods of analyses of both differences and similarities in population and settlement development in Czech and Austrian parts of cross-border region "Novohradské hory Mountains – Freiwald Mountains" in between 1869 and 2001. We gathered and analysed immense amount of data concerning the number of inhabitants in all sort of settlements in last 13 census (1869 – 2001) covering 465 settlements in the region. The data had to be relocated in order to correspond to geographically related settlements (not administratively organised settlements), displaying many similarities in both Czech and Austrian parts of the region. We paid special attention to changes of population, population percentage, number of settlements and settlement percentage according to “population-and-size” and other types of settlement.en
dc.format6 s.cs
dc.publisherZápadočeská univerzita v Plzni, Fakulta pedagogická, Katedra geografiecs
dc.relation.ispartofseriesMiscellanea Geographica: Universitatis Bohemiae Occidentaliscs
dc.rights© Západočeská univerzita v Plznics
dc.subjectosídlení venkovacs
dc.subjectvenkovská populacecs
dc.subjectvenkovský rozvojcs
dc.subjectmarginální regionycs
dc.titleMetody analýz populačního vývoje ve venkovských sídlech periferních pohraničních a přeshraničních regionů: (na příkladu česko – rakouského přeshraničního regionu „Novohradské hory – Freiwald“)cs
dc.typekonferenční příspěvekcs
dc.subject.translatedrural settlementsen
dc.subject.translatedrural populationen
dc.subject.translatedrural developmenten
dc.subject.translatedmarginal regionsen
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