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Hajdú József (Szeged University, Szeged, Hungary ; Károli Gáspár" Protestant University, Budapest, Hungary)
Unconscious Individualisation of Social Security Rights in Hungary
Polityka Społeczna, 2010, nr 1 (ang), s. 23-30, bibliogr. 18 poz.
Tytuł własny numeru
Individualisation of Social Rights Social Rights : Individual or Derived?
Słowa kluczowe
Bezpieczeństwo socjalne, Zasiłki rodzinne, Prawa obywatelskie
Social security, Family benefits, Civil Rights
The social protection system of all the Member States of the European Union has regulations which attach the individual's social protection to the special family status - single, married, common -law spouse.1 The same is true for Hungary. However, by the end of the 20th century the structure of families changed, the number of divorces and one -parent families increased, and the mass employment of women necessarily led to a change in the traditional distribution of tasks between spouses (see for more details: Pongrácz, Tiborné, Molnár, Edit--Dobossy 2000). At the same time social protection schemes did not change, they failed to follow the social changes. In the background of individualisation there are basically two major factors: one is the dependent position of women, their disadvantageous situation in the labour market, the other is the high expenses of social protection schemes set up at the end of the 19th and at the beginning of the 20th century. (fragment of text)
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