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April 2017 - present
Youth Research Center
June 2016 - present
The Foundation for The Development of Social Research
March 2016 - June 2018
Institute of Sociology, Jagielonnian University
- Academic Teacher
- Methods of Empirical Social Research, MS Excel and IBM SPSS Statistics in Social Research
International mobility has become a significant part of the life experiences of a growing number of Polish youths since the enlargement of the EU in 2004, influencing young people's transitions from education to work or transitions across different labour markets. The key aim of this paper is to explore socio-occupational sequences of young people...
The key aim of this paper is to explore the impact of migration experiences on the career trajectories of Polish returning migrants. Focusing on the intersection between career and migration studies, we aim to answer the following research questions: (1) What are the shapes of returning migrants’ career trajectories?; (2) What is their sense of sta...
International mobility has become a significant part of the life experiences of a growing number of Polish youths since the enlargement of the EU in 2004, influencing young people’s transitions from education to work or transitions across different labour markets. The key aim of this paper is to explore socio-occupational sequences of young people...
Niniejszy raport jest poświęcony zależnościom między dwoma zjawiskami: bullyingu w okresie adolescencji oraz procesów wchodzenia w dorosłość. W raporcie wykorzystujemy dane z badania jakościowego i skupiamy się na śledzeniu długoterminowych konsekwencji przemocy rówieśniczej w okresie dzieciństwa i adolescencji. Co ważniejsze, pokazujemy jak te prz...
This chapter looks at the changing face of Polish young people’s mobility. We aim to demonstrate that while people born between 1984 and 1990 might, to some degree, continue the migratory modes of previous generations and older cohorts (see, e.g., Szewczyk 2015; Grabowska and Jastrzębowska 2019), they might also perceive themselves as being ‘mobile...
Chociaż migracje Polek cieszyły się dużym zainteresowaniem naukowym, szczyt rozwoju badań genderowych dotyczących wyjazdów zagranicznych objął przede wszystkim doświadczenia kobiet migrujących w latach 80. i 90. XX w., aż do pierwszego pięciolecia poakcesyjnego (2004–2009). Soczewka pokoleniowa oznacza, że badanymi były przede wszystkim migrujące P...
The prolongation of education and the flexibilization of labor markets mean that the subsequent stages of early adult life and social roles are overlapping (Wyn, Dwyer 2002; Mayer 2005; Biggart, Walther 2006; Kohli 2007; Du Bois-Reymond 2009; Heinz 2009; Mary 2014). It is more and more often that young people reach adulthood in a non-linear way, ex...
Celem artykułu jest przedstawienie relacji między migracją zagraniczną a zjawiskiem prekaryzacji pracy młodych migrantów z wybranych miast średniej wielkości w Polsce. Autorki analizują, na ile migracja pozwala na zmianę a na ile utrwala prekarne warunki pracy, którym młodzi ludzie próbu-ją sprostać, wyjeżdżając ze swoich społeczności lokalnych. Ws...
The article discusses the processes of meaning-making which are connected to the significance of work/employment as it intersects with the passage of time. We focus on the narratives of young people (aged 19-34) with a university education at different stages of entering adulthood. Drawing on research linked to education-to-work transitions, we rel...
This report presents the results of the evaluation study entitled, “The ex-ante evaluation of the non-competition project entitled ‘Monitoring of the National Smart Specialisation’ under the Operational Programme “Intelligent Development 2014–2020” conducted, from April to July 2017, by a consortium composed of the IBC GROUP Central Europe Holding...
Objectives: (1) To carry out a detailed exploration of various risks young migrants from Poland and Lithuania experience in the context of Brexit; (2) To dynamically analyse how the unfolding consequences of Brexit affect life trajectories of Poles and Lithuanians, with special focus on transitions to adulthood; (3) To comparatively assess social anchoring of young Poles and Lithuanians in the UK; (4) To compare migrating youth from Poland and Lithuania (movers) to the relevant sedentary populations in the sending countries (stayers); (5) To explore and compare the latest return migration of the young Poles and Lithuanians; (6) To distil (if possible) migratory behaviours of mobile ethnic Poles from Lithuania and ethnic Lithuanians from Poland in the UK.
Full project title: Education-to-domestic and- foreign labour market transitions of youth: The role of locality, peer group and new media Funding body: National Science Centre Poland; Programme Sonata Bis Duration: April 2016-March 2020 This is a research proposal for a study on school-to- domestic and- foreign labour market transitions of young Poles between 19 and 30 years of age. Education-to-work transition is one of the key markers of passage into adulthood. The concept of marker highlights here the significance of this process in the curriculum of a young person. Objectives: (1) To explore the role of place of living (locality) in school-to-work transitions to the domestic and foreign labour market by both young females and males; (2) To investigate the roles of parents and relatives in school-to-work transitions to both domestic and foreign labour market of young females and males; (3) To study the role of a peer group in school-to-work transitions to the domestic and the foreign labour market of young females and males; (4) To explore the role of new media and acquaintances connected to them in school-to-work transitions to both domestic and foreign labour market of young females and males; (5) To study how much youngsters use knowledge and skills obtained during education in the labour market and how they use experience acquired abroad after return to Poland.