Jan Maciejewski

Jan Maciejewski
University of Wroclaw | WROC · Instytut Socjologii

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The article attempts to present an unconventional initiative of the Polish Prison Service officers to develop the concept and to form a network of field health promoters. The formation of this network has been shown in terms of the process of the emergence of informal dispositional subgroups which is atypical for paramilitary disposable groups, bec...
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Introduction to the second edition Systemic approach to the issues of social changes enables mutual correction of various systems' complementary analysis with simultaneous consideration of specification of each of them. Thus far taking into consideration this kind of approach, I have taken up distinguishing social system of military, paramilitary...
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Fulfillment of official duties in the disposable groups in the society requires specific bio-psychosocial predispositions because of exposition to specific professional tensions, characteristic for a given group. In case of prison personnel, most of these tensions are generated by difficult situations, which are typical for prison institutions. The...
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This article presents the results of a study which aimed to determine the current educational needs of prison staff as a consequence of a multi-religious, multicultural and multi-ethnic prison population. The research was carried out with prison officers who were to receive non-commissioned officer training and prison officers undergoing shift comm...
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The article presents the results of the secondary analysis of qualitative and quantitative data in relation to social research conducted in Poland during the pandemic. The research results were introduced on the basis of analyzes of 180 projects carried out by scientific and commercial institutions in the period from January to May 2020. The aim of...
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The purpose of the article is to describe, from the perspective of political science and sociology, an alternative approach to security connected with soft power in the context of the endeavour to ensure security to every human being. The authors propose to consider security-related alternatives of the second half of the 21st century as a combinati...
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Celem analizy był przegląd empirycznych badań społecznych dotyczących COVID-19 przez wyodrębnienie z nich najważniejszych informacji (np. dyscypliny badawcze, poruszane tematy, zastosowany dobór materiału). Zebrano ponad 221 (i wciąż są aktualizowane) i zakwalifikowano do przeglądu 180 badań przeprowadzonych w Polsce do 25 maja 2020 r. Opracowana p...
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Sociological exploration of topics related to broadly understood security is carried out using the following approaches or theoretical concepts: sociology of security, sociology of dispositional groups, sociology of risk and uncertainty or sociology of disasters and crisis management. The multiplicity of these areas of research of the (in)security...
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SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE PARTICIPATION OF THE STATE FIRE SERVICE IN CIVIL PROTECTION DURING EXTRAORDINARY MEASURESThe article has atheoretical character — it is based mainly on the presentation of sociology of dispositional groups. The text represents the complexity of the system of state security and the role of actors involved in providing sa...
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W artykule podjęto próbę wyjaśnienia zjawisk i procesów społecznych zachodzą- cych w systemie bezpieczeństwa publicznego państwa w zakresie tworzenia się i rozwoju grup dyspozycyjnych. W ramach analitycznych koncepcji Michela Foucaulta wskazane zostały istotne uzasadnienia dla wyodrębnienia „dyspozycyjnych” struktur instytucjonalnych ukierunkowanyc...

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