Kaloyan Tsvetkov

Kaloyan Tsvetkov
Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski" · Department of Socio-Economic Geography

PhD

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Post-Socialist Urban transformations, Contemporary migration processes, Urban Geography, Theoretical Geography, Geography of Transport, Ethnic and Religious Conflicts.

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The paper studies the past and contemporary marriage rates in Bulgaria. The analysis starts with the marriage patterns after the Liberation, when high marriage rates were observed, especially after the war periods. During socialism, the family was perceived as the main functioning cell of society and the marriage rates continued to be relatively hi...
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Critical social thinking has traditions as critical social science and critical social theo-ry. Does this tradition affect geography too? Even after political changes at the eve of 21st centu-ry? Two central issues will be discussed in this contribution: Critical social theory and critical geography. Critical social theory is an European invention...
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Social change is a subject of scientific interest since ancient times but turns into basic notion of social science during the 19th century. Now it gains more and more interest with discussion on the “end of history” and “end of geography”. It has obviously influence on spatial development, spatial sciences, including geography. This research deals...
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Район „Лозенец“ е един от най-емблематичните по отношение на историческото, пространственото, инфраструктурното и функционалното развитие на София. Статията разкрива пространственото развитие на района в исторически план и социално-икономическите промени през отделните му етапи на развитие. Представени са характерните особености на района в градоус...
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Abstract: The "Green cities" concept was introduced at the end of the 20th century. It is a result of the historical development of the society especially in the period after the World War II which was characterized by rapid and often uncontrollable urban development. This process led to the creation of large and scattered cities, unlike cities in...
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In the XXI century Central and Eastern European cities are changing at a rapid pace-economically, socially, politically. These changes are part of the post-socialist transition, associated with deindustrialization process, economic reforms and changes in the urban fabric. The paper reviews all major changes in the functional urban area (FUA) of Bra...
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The Roma ethnic group has been present for centuries on the European continent. Although there are many unclear moments about their origin, the most common version suggests that they came from the Indian subcontinent, settled in Europe during the Middle Ages, through the Ottoman Empire, Egypt, and Spain. Quickly, due to its nomadic character and ea...
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The article deals with the research and professional activity of Prof. Gesho Geshev in the field of demography, regional planning, transnational cooperation, territorial and urban planning, urban geography and urban ecology. The author has more than 100 scientific publications, most of which have been published abroad. In addition, Gesho Geshev par...
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The concept of reproductive behaviour of the population is closely linked to the process or reproduction. In a demographic sense, this is the realization of reproductive attitudes in terms of number of children desired by married couples or co-habiting partners. Several synonyms to the term "reproductive behaviour" are used in demographic, geodemog...
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The concept of reproductive behaviour of the population is closely linked to the process or reproduction. In a demographic sense, this is the realization of reproductive attitudes in terms of number of children desired by married couples or co-habiting partners. Several synonyms to the term “reproductive behaviour” are used in demographic, geodemog...

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The partnership was build to address the gaps and mismatches between each partner country’s spatial policies as well as educational trends by acknowledging that difference is just as important as semblance.