Josef K. és a meghűlés, avagy a társadalombiztosítás rendszerének fejlődése

Kéri Judit: Josef K. és a meghűlés, avagy a társadalombiztosítás rendszerének fejlődése. In: Jog és irodalom II., (6). pp. 29-42. (2016)

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Legal assay of writings can highlight the hidden background of novels, which can supplement the story. The main character of Franz Kafka’s The Trial is Josef K., who got colds in the novel. This fact creates an adequate take-off to monitoring the development of social insurance. This progress has been started at the end of the 19th century, which is close to the writing of the novel. There are periods in the life of individuals when they cannot present their needs, in this case, social institutions can supply them. But these institutions were different in constructions or in financial ways. The model of insurance of Bismarck was an important step in the period of development, which had an effect on the system of other countries. The regulation of Hungarian social insurance has changed several times since the first act, which was adopted in 1891. As a result of social, political, occupational influences new supplies were born. As we can see, the present form of social insurance is a result of a long process.

Item Type: Book Section
Other title: Josef K. and colds in the view of development of social insurance
Journal or Publication Title: Jog és irodalom II.
Date: 2016
Volume: 6
ISSN: 2063-3807
ISBN: 978-963-306-538-9
Page Range: pp. 29-42
Series Name: Szegedi Jogász Doktorandusz Konferenciák
Language: Hungarian, English
Kafka Franz
Place of Publication: Szeged
Event Title: Jog és irodalom (2.) (2016) (Szeged)
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Uncontrolled Keywords: Társadalombiztosítás
Additional Information: Bibliogr. a lábjegyzetekben ; összefoglalás angol nyelven
Subjects: 05. Social sciences
05. Social sciences > 05.05. Law
06. Humanities
06. Humanities > 06.02. Languages and Literature
Date Deposited: 2022. Mar. 26. 13:18
Last Modified: 2022. Mar. 31. 09:27

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