Social Pedagogy Volume 2(56) Year XIV 2015

Social Pedagogy No2(56)
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Social pedagogy in the face of passivity, inaction and helplessness in the individual and social experience

Pages: 9 – 23
Jerzy Modrzewski
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Post-animation in post-democracy

Pages: 25 – 37
Maria Mendel
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Social pedagogy in Poland in perspective of consecutive reunions

Pages: 39 – 51
Barbara Smolińska-Theiss
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Development of adults in the light of constructivist-developmental theory

Pages: 53 – 70
Marzanna Bogumiła Kielar
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The social and socialisation resources of rest

Pages: 71 – 86
Alicja Żywczok
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Family within a conflict of norm paradigms and new social facts

Pages: 87 – 100
Maciej Bernasiewicz
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“Social environment” as a family research category. Tradition and new trends in Polish social pedagogy

Pages: 101 – 110
Marta Wiatr
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Private tutoring as the middle classes’ defence against social degradation based on the example of the community of the Sub-Carpathian region

Pages: 111 – 129
Piotr Długosz
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Family in the perception and experience of suitably and unsuitably adapted young people – comparative analysis

Pages: 131 – 154
Ewa Wysocka, Barbara Ostafińska-Molik
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Thanatology education – a contemporary challenge

Pages: 155 – 165
Edyta Sielicka
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Refugee children in Poland. The experiences of students – volunteers working with Chechen families

Pages: 167 – 178
Edyta Januszewska
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A return to community of place and people – the main task of education today

Pages: 179 – 187
Kamila Łaguna-Raszkiewicz
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Medical students and a healthy life style

Pages: 189 – 203
Anna Lipka, Maciej Janiszewski, Michalina Musiałek, Mirosław Dłużniewski
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