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dc.contributor.authorDmochowska-Dudek, Karolina
dc.descriptionNIMBY is an acronym from English words: not in my back yard. The term is used to describe the idea of objecting to some noxious facilities in the nearest neighborhood and at the same time not objecting to the fact they are necessary. The research shows differences between some NIMBY facilities which have been pointed out in ¸ódê and those which have been analyzed in the western countries. There is a Polish unique character of NIMBY objects: the unwanted objects are rarely huge facilities. Polish NIMBIES seem to be very local. Large factories which are said to be very onerous in the western countries are hardly controversial in ¸ódê which was on the contrary to various service workshops. The most numerous group of NIMBY objects in ¸ódê are trading premises (over 30%), the succeeding figures in the ranking were: the social infrastructure objects (25%), public transport and municipal infrastructure (together 27%). The presented figures are the result of the fact that plenty of service workshops have been setting up in a residential area since the beginning of 90s and the process has been continuing up to now.pl_PL
dc.relation.ispartofseriesSpace – Society - Economy;8
dc.rightsUznanie autorstwa-Użycie niekomercyjne-Bez utworów zależnych 3.0 Polska*
dc.subjectNIMBY, konflikty społeczno-przestrzennepl_PL
dc.titleUsługowe obiekty NIMBY w oczach mieszkańców Łodzipl_PL

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