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Title: Community gardens in post-socialist Hungary: Differences and similarities

Creator:

Bende, Csaba : Autor ORCID ; Nagy, Gyula : Autor ORCID

Date issued/created:

2020

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Text

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Geographia Polonica Vol. 93 No. 2 (2020)

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IGiPZ PAN

Place of publishing:

Warszawa

Description:

24 cm

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Journal/Article

Abstract:

Interest of scholars in community gardens has skyrocketed recently. However, little is known about how community gardens are adopted in post-socialist countries and what modifications took place. The present article aims to identify spatial differences and management practices of gardens organized in Hungary from a critical geography perspective. The paper presents the findings of a nationwide research based on online research and interviewing including 44 community gardens. Results show that in contrast to the gardens in the USA, these located in Hungary are organized on the peripheries (of cities) and local governments play a significant role in organizing and managing them.

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Geographia Polonica

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93

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2

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211

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228

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Article

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oai:rcin.org.pl:129238 ; 0016-7282 (print) ; 2300-7362 (online) ; 10.7163/GPol.0170

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