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POLPAN Seminar: ‘Leisure and Social Inequality’

On Wednesday, December 3rd, Professor Daniel Krymkowski (University of Vermont) presented a talk entitled: ‘Leisure and Social Inequality’. Abstract: People devote a considerable amount of time to leisure activities. According to the Bureau of Labor...

POLPAN Seminar: ‘Which of the contemporary theories of fertility has the strongest explanatory power in accounting for lowest-low fertility rates in Europe? Statistical Analysis of Poland, Italy and Germany’

On Tuesday, November 18th, Anna Gromada (Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciencies) presented a paper titled ‘Which of the contemporary theories of fertility has the strongest explanatory power in accounting for lowest-low fertility rates in...

POLPAN Team at the World Congress of Sociology in Yokohama

The POLPAN team participated in the XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology which was held in Yokohama (July 13-19). The team members presented following papers based on POLPAN data: Kazimierz M. Słomczyński , Irina Tomescu-Dubrow: Causes and Consequences of Time...

POLPAN – telephone interviewing

In cooperation with Millward Brown, we started a succeeding stage of the POLPAN project – telephone interviews (CATI) with POLPAN respondents living abroad and with those respondents in Poland who couldn’t be interviewed otherwise. The fieldwork is coordinated by...
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