for persons born before or during Polish communism
In general.... everybody seems devoted to trying to forget all about that period, my students say it's barely mentioned in high school history. This is because there's an ideological conflict about who did what when and how and why and until there's a clear winner... it's just not discussed much.
I think that the western labels are used in Poland (though the generational timeline doesn't match up and the qualities are very different)
But the thing is, I think most academic sources about this will be in Polish (with at most summaries translated into English)
here's an example.... though the summary isn't that... illuminating...
WHY ARE WE WHO WE ARE? IDENTIFICATION OF GENERATIONAL FACTORS OF GENERATION Y AND GENERATION Z IN POLAND
The aim of the article was identify generational factors of generation Y and generation Z in Poland. The analysis were based on a review of literature focusing on the youngest Polish generations. The cultural orientation of defining generations was used. The elements of the historical situation that influenced the shaping of the analyzed age groups were identified. The historical situation that shapes generations is specific to each country. In the era of globalization, we point out the unification of generational factors. However, the impact of cultural conditions is still important
found here: pw.plock.pl/Kolegium-NEiS/Publikacje-w-KNEiS/Przedsiebiorczosc-i-zarzadzanie-talentami-wybrane-zagadnienia
the author is Matysiak and her bibliography might have some pointers...