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Partnerships in student’s biography

Mirosława Barbara Ściupider-Młodkowska

Abstract

The doctoral dissertation is a reconstruction of the cultural changes in the concepts of intimacy, love, emotionality and diversified (largerly extended and individualized) forms of relationship. The main point of the theoretical narration and methodological results in the dissertation was narrations about partnerships in the scryptes of the surveyed students from selected Polish and Czech universities. The term „partnership” has been defined as a permanent intimate relationship form between two people who have a creative influence on the form of their social and subjective biographies. In the theoretical part of the dissertation one has used the present terminology by J-C. Kauffman, N. Luhmann, E. i U. Beck, A. Giddensa and L. Jamienson. The quantitative-qualitative research project was intended to answer the following question: What kind of cultural patterns of partnership are preferred and applied by the surveyed students in Poland and in the Czech Republic and what are the differences between them? The formulation of such a research subject resulted in the necessity to construct a few research tools: an extented survey for 400 Polish and Czech respondents, understanding interview (J-C. Kaufmann) for 20 couples and Internet discussion forum on „Intimacy between partnership and singlehood” The dynamic picture of partnerships in the biographies of the students enabled to distingiush 4 categories of relationship biographies between the surveyed Polish and Czech students. Most Polish students (including the vast majority of women) represented the pattern of biografical scrypt of initialized-traditional partnership. In turn, most Czech students represented the pattern of biografical scrypt of petrified-postmodern partnership.
Record ID
UAMf898dd86bea4436ab3d339f50b2f1a5d
Diploma type
Doctor of Philosophy
Author
Title in Polish
Związki partnerskie w biografiach młodzieży studiującej
Title in English
Partnerships in student’s biography
Language
pol (pl) Polish
Certifying Unit
Faculty of Educational Studies (SNs/WSE/FoES) [Not active]
Discipline
education / (social studies) / (social studies)
Status
Finished
Year of creation
2014
Start date
21-05-2014
Defense Date
21-05-2014
Title date
21-05-2014
Supervisor
URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10593/10816 Opening in a new tab
Keywords in English
partnerships; new Model of Intimacy and sexsuality; changes in the family values; virtual relationships
Abstract in English
The doctoral dissertation is a reconstruction of the cultural changes in the concepts of intimacy, love, emotionality and diversified (largerly extended and individualized) forms of relationship. The main point of the theoretical narration and methodological results in the dissertation was narrations about partnerships in the scryptes of the surveyed students from selected Polish and Czech universities. The term „partnership” has been defined as a permanent intimate relationship form between two people who have a creative influence on the form of their social and subjective biographies. In the theoretical part of the dissertation one has used the present terminology by J-C. Kauffman, N. Luhmann, E. i U. Beck, A. Giddensa and L. Jamienson. The quantitative-qualitative research project was intended to answer the following question: What kind of cultural patterns of partnership are preferred and applied by the surveyed students in Poland and in the Czech Republic and what are the differences between them? The formulation of such a research subject resulted in the necessity to construct a few research tools: an extented survey for 400 Polish and Czech respondents, understanding interview (J-C. Kaufmann) for 20 couples and Internet discussion forum on „Intimacy between partnership and singlehood” The dynamic picture of partnerships in the biographies of the students enabled to distingiush 4 categories of relationship biographies between the surveyed Polish and Czech students. Most Polish students (including the vast majority of women) represented the pattern of biografical scrypt of initialized-traditional partnership. In turn, most Czech students represented the pattern of biografical scrypt of petrified-postmodern partnership.
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Uniform Resource Identifier
https://researchportal.amu.edu.pl/info/phd/UAMf898dd86bea4436ab3d339f50b2f1a5d/
URN
urn:amu-prod:UAMf898dd86bea4436ab3d339f50b2f1a5d

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