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PROFIT using and disseminating the knowledge

Publications

  1. Del Re A., Sacchetto D., Longo V. (2005) Critical review of the Italian literature concerning the intergenerational inheritance of inequalities, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 4, Lodz University Press.
  1. Eissel D. (2005) Research on the intergenerational transmission of inequalities and policy responses in Germany, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 3, Lodz University Press.
  1. Eissel D., Ludwig C. (2006) Report on top level political and social actors interviews: Germany, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 1-2, Lodz University Press.
  1. Genov N. (2005) Comments on the Polish and Bulgarian reports, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 1, Lodz University Press.
  1. Genov N. (2006) Multiple Peripherien: Soziale Lagen und Migration in Bulgarien (Multiple peripheries: Social situation and migration in Bulgaria) [in:] A. Sterbling (ed.) Migrationsprozesse (Migration processes), Hamburg: Krämer.
  1. Grotowska-Leder J. (2006) Rynek pracy ludzi m?odych w Polsce. Szanse i zagro?enia (Youth labour market in Poland. Opportunities and threats) [in] P. Szukalski (ed.) (2006) Szansa na sukces. Recepty wspó?czesnych Polaków (Opportunities for success: recipes of contemporary Poles), Lodz: University of Lodz Press.
  1. Ignatova E. (2006) Report on top level political and social actors interviews: Bulgaria, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 1-2, Lodz University Press.
  1. Ignatova E., (2006) Dynamics of Labour Markets in Bulgaria: the Case of the Town of Pernik, South East Europe Review, Issue 03/2006.
  1. Ignatova E., (2006) On policy responses overcoming the transmission of inequalities in Pernik, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 3-4, Lodz University Press.
  1. Ignatova E., Draganov D., Yanakiev Y. (2005) Research on the intergenerational transmission of inequalities and policy responses in Bulgaria, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 1, Lodz University Press.
  1. Juraite K., Maciulskyte S. (2005) Integration of youth into the labour market as a factor overcoming intergenerational inequalities: the case of Lithuania, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 2, Lodz University Press.
  1. Juraite K., Pukelis K. (2005) Efficacy of social welfare policy in overcoming poverty: Challenges and opportunities in Lithuania, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 2, Lodz University Press.
  1. Kasearu K., Trumm A. (2006) Local policy responses for reducing risks on inheritance of inequalities in Pärnu, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 3-4, Lodz University Press.
  1. Kokoroskou C., Leaman J. (2005) UK literature review on intergenerational inheritance of inequalities, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 4, Lodz University Press.
  1. Kokoroskou C., Leaman J. (2006) Report on top level political and social actors interviews: United Kingdom, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 1-2, Lodz University Press.
  1. Kokoroskou C., Leaman J., (2006) On policy responses overcoming the transmission of inequalities in Loughborough, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 3-4, Lodz University Press.
  1. Kutsar D., Strömpl J., Trumm A. (2006) Focus group and vignette methods to study policy responses, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 3-4, Lodz University Press.
  1. Kutsar D., Trumm A., Kasearu K. (2005) Research on the intergenerational transmission of inequalities and policy responses in Estonia, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 2, Lodz University Press.
  1. Longo V., Sacchetto D., Vianello F. (2006) Report on top level political and social actors interviews: Italy, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 1-2, Lodz University Press.
  1. Longo V., Sacchetto D., Vianello F., (2006) Rovigo: Between community and market, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 3-4, Lodz University Press.
  1. Ludwig C., Eissel D. (2005) Increasing Poverty - No Requirement for Action?, [in:] Forum Wissenschaft, Sept.
  1. Mikutavi?ienė  I. (2004) Policy responses overcoming factors in the intergenerational transmission of inequalities. The Quality of Higher Education, No.1.
  1. Naumanen P. (2006) Care and guidance from the cradle to the grave: On policy responses overcoming the transmission of inequalities in Pori, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 3-4, Lodz University Press.
  1. Naumanen P. (2006) Report on top level political and social actors interviews: Finland, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 1-2, Lodz University Press.
  1. Naumanen P., Melin H. (2005) Research on the intergenerational transmission of inequalities and policy responses in Finland, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 3, Lodz University Press.
  1. Pukelis K., Juraite K., Maciulskyte S., Mikutavi?ienė  I. (2006) Perception of intergenerational inheritance of inequality at the local level in Lithuania: Jonava city case, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 3-4, Lodz University Press.
  1. Pukelis K., Juraite K., Maciulskyte S., Mikutavi?ienė  I. (2006) Report on top level political and social actors interviews: Lithuania, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 1-2, Lodz University Press.
  1. Pukelis K., Mikutavi?ienė  I. (2005) Research on the intergenerational transmission of inequalities and policy responses in Lithuania, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 2, Lodz University Press.
  1. Rek M. (2006), Holistyczna polityka wspierania dzieci zagro?onych ubóstwem i wykluczeniem spo?ecznym. Casus brytyjskiego programu Sure Start (Holistic policy of supporting children At risk of poverty and social exclusion. Case of the Sure Start programme) [in] P. Szukalski (ed.) (2006) Szansa na sukces. Recepty wspó?czesnych Polaków (Opportunities for success: recipes of contemporary Poles), Lodz: University of Lodz Press.
  1. Rek M., Wo?niak W. (2005) Polityka wobec dziedziczenia nierówno?ci spo?ecznych. Opinie polskich parlamentarzystów (Policy towards the issue of social inequalities. Opinions of Polish MPs) [in:] Zeszyty naukowe tom IV: socjologia (Scientific Working Papers). Volume IV: Sociology, The School of Banking and Management in Cracow Press.
  1. Szukalski P. (2005) Periods of work, unemployment and occupational passivity and educational level in contemporary Poland (Okres pracy, bezrobocia i bierno?ci zawodowej a poziom wykszta?cenia we wspó?czesnej Polsce) [in:] L. Fr?ckiewicz (ed.) Wykluczenie spo?eczne (Social exclusion); AE Katowice.
  1. Trumm A. (2006) Report on top level political and social actors interviews: Estonia, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 1-2, Lodz University Press.
  1. Warzywoda – Kruszynska W., Rokicka E. (2005) „Child Poverty in Poland” [in:] H. Haukanen&F. Pine (ed.) Generations, Kinship and Care; University of Bergen.
  1. Warzywoda – Kruszynska W., Rokicka E., Wozniak W., Rek M., Drabowicz T., Kustosz M. (2005) Research on the intergenerational transmission of inequalities and policy responses in Poland, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 1, Lodz University Press.
  1. Warzywoda-Kruszy?ska W., Rokicka E., (2006) Polityka spo?eczna na rzecz przeciwdzia?ania mi?dzypokoleniowej transmisji nierówno?ci spo?ecznych. Miejsce i rola programu PROFIT (Social policy towards overcoming intergenerational transmission of inequalities. Role of the PROFIT project) [in] P. Szukalski (ed.) (2006) Szansa na sukces. Recepty wspó?czesnych Polaków (Opportunities for success: recipes of contemporary Poles), Lodz: University of Lodz Press.
  1. Warzywoda-Kruszy?ska W., Rokicka E., Rek M., Drabowicz T., Wo?niak W., Petelewicz M., Rokicka A., Kruszy?ski K. (2006) On policy responses overcoming the transmission of inequalities in Tomaszów Mazowiecki, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 3-4, Lodz University Press.
  1. Warzywoda-Kruszy?ska W., Rokicka E., Rek M., Wo?niak W. (2006) Report on top level political and social actors interviews: Poland, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 1-2, Lodz University Press.
  1. Wo?niak W. (2005) Comments on the Bulgarian and Polish reports, European Studies on Inequalities and Social Cohesion, vol. 1, Lodz University Press.
  1. Wo?niak W. (2006) Rola systemu edukacyjnego w kreowaniu i utrwalaniu nierówno?ci spo?ecznych (Role of educational system in creation and petrification of social inequalities) [in] P. Szukalski (ed.) (2006) Szansa na sukces. Recepty wspó?czesnych Polaków (Opportunities for success: recipes of contemporary Poles), Lodz: University of Lodz Press.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS:

  1. Blom R,, Melin H., Approaches to Inequality: inequality, classes and social divisions, XVI International Sociological Association Congress, , 2006: The Quality of Social Existence in a Globalising World, session: Intergenerational Transmission of Inequalities, Research Committee 19, Durban, South Africa, 23 – 29 of July.
  1. Dall’Ara L., Sacchetto D., Good practice from Rovigo (Italy), Final Dissemination Conference of the PROFIT Project, Spa?a (Poland) 12th- 14th April, 2007.
  1. D?biec P., Together we can: good practice from Tomaszów Mazowiecki (Poland), Final Dissemination Conference of the PROFIT Project, Spa?a (Poland) 12th- 14th April, 2007.
  1. Drabowicz T., Access and exclusion. Some reflections on inequalities in the network society, 7th European Sociological Association Conference: “Rethinking Inequalities”, ad hoc session: “Intergenerational Inheritance of Inequalites”, Toru?, 9th – 12th of September 2005.
  1. Drabowicz T., Digital inequalities – a case of Poland, Equalsoc Summer School “Inequality and social cohesion”, 4-9 of September 2006, University of Trento (Italy)
  1. Drabowicz T., Digital Inequalities – New Dimension of Social Differentiation, 2nd Interdisciplinary Conference:  “Man and the mass social phenomena. Social inequalities”, University of Wroc?aw, Institute of Psychology, 4–6 of June, 2006.
  1. Drabowicz T., Digital Inequalities. Some empirical results and future research suggestions, 2nd Graduate Conference in the Sociology of Culture: Culture Matters. Or not?, University of Trento, 3rd – 4th of March 2006.
  1. Drabowicz T., E-inclusion in the Information Society, 3rd National Conference: Information Society - Functional and Dysfunctional Aspects, Faculty of Applied Social Sciences, AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, 23rd – 24th of June 2005.
  1. Drabowicz T., New inequalities – an access to ICT, V Festival of Science, Technology and Art – University of Lodz, Session on Social inequalities and policy to counteract them, 21st of April, 2005.
  1. Drabowicz T., New social inequalities – access to the new communication technologies, XV Assembly of the  Polish Association of Social Work Schools: Research in the Social Work – Review of Achievements and Perspectives, ?ód?, 11th -12th of October, 2005
  1. Draganov D., Experience from PROFIT Field Studies in Bulgaria, 4th session of the UNESCO-MOST/ ISSC International Summer School “Comparative Research in the Social Sciences: Field Studies”, Sofia, 07-17 September 2006.
  1. Draganov, D., Together we can: good practice from Pernik (Bulgaria), Final Dissemination Conference of the PROFIT Project, Spa?a (Poland) 12th- 14th April, 2007.
  1. Eissel D., Lokale Ungleichheitsstrukturen (Local Structures of Inequality) – university course winter term 2005/06.
  1. Eissel D., Intergenerational Inheritance of Inequality in Germany. Impacts of neo- liberal ideology and redistribution policy, 7th European Sociological Association Conference: “Rethinking Inequalities”, ad hoc session: “Intergenerational Inheritance of Inequalites”, Toru?, 9th – 12th of September 2005.
  1. Eissel D., Lorentz A., Good Practice in fighting poverty and unemployment - the case of Giessen (Germany), Final Dissemination Conference of the PROFIT Project, Spa?a (Poland) 12th- 14th April, 2007.
  1. Genov  N., Challenges of Field Research in the Social Sciences, 4th session of the UNESCO-MOST/ ISSC International Summer School “Comparative Research in the Social Sciences: Field Studies”, Sofia, 07-17 September 2006.
  1. Genov N., Ethnic stratification of life chances: reproduction and ‘eradication’ of poverty, XVI International Sociological Association Congress, , 2006: The Quality of Social Existence in a Globalising World, session: Intergenerational Transmission of Inequalities, Research Committee 19, Durban, South Africa, 23 – 29 of July.
  1. Genov N., Reproduction of ethnic inequalities: how policies might reduce it? 7th European Sociological Association Conference: “Rethinking Inequalities”, ad hoc session: “Intergenerational Inheritance of Inequalites”, Toru?, 9th – 12th of September 2005.
  1. Genov N., What did we intellectually profit from PROFIT?, Final Dissemination Conference of the PROFIT Project, Spa?a (Poland) 12th- 14th April, 2007.
  1. Grotowska – Leder J., Situation of the children in contemporary Poland – threats and opportunities, Seminar At the Marshal’s Office of the Lodz Voivodship, 20th of June, 2005.
  1. Grotowska – Leder, J. Labour market for young people – opportunities and threats, V Festival of Science, Technology and Art – University of Lodz, Session on Social inequalities and policy to counteract them, 21st of April, 2005.
  1. Grotowska-Leder J., Access to labour market - reality or myth? Polish labour market policy in perspective of intergenerational inheritance of inequalities, 7th European Sociological Association Conference: “Rethinking Inequalities”, ad hoc session: “Intergenerational Inheritance of Inequalites”, Toru?, 9th – 12th of September 2005.
  1. Grotowska-Leder J., Contemporary Poverty in Poland (research and results), lecture in frames of the ERASMUS exchange, University of Padova, Institute of Sociology, on 4th of April, 2006.
  1. Grotowska-Leder J., Warzywoda-Kruszynska W., Informal Support for the Poor and Its Impact on Poverty Alleviation in Countryside Poland, XVI International Sociological Association Congress, , 2006: The Quality of Social Existence in a Globalising World, session: Marginalisation and Poverty, Working Group 05, Durban, South Africa, 23 – 29 of July.
  1. Grotowska-Leder J., Youth Joblessness in the EU in the Globalization Time: Causes and Consequences, XVI Conference of International Trade and Finance Association on “Globalization and its Controversies”, Lodz, 11-13 of May 2006.
  1. Grotowska-Leder J., Youth Unemployment Social Inequalities on the Polish Labour Market in perspective of intergenerational inheritance of inequalities, lecture in frames of the ERASMUS exchange, University of Padova, Institute of Political Science on the 5th of April, 2006.
  1. Ignatova E., Local labour market’s situations, work status and standard of living, conference: Development of Local Labour Markets, Bia?ystok, Poland, September 2005.
  1. Ignatova E., PROFIT results, seminar: Ethnic Aspects of Social Inequalities, were presented results from the recent research work of REGLO on social risks and quality of life in Bulgaria, Sofia, October 2005.
  1. Janowska Z., Concluding Remarks on the PROFIT Project, Final Dissemination Conference of the PROFIT Project, Spa?a (Poland) 12th- 14th April, 2007.
  1. Juraite K., Mikutavi?ienė  I., PROFIT research on national experts and elites, seminar for local authorities and community members in Jonava, October 12-13, 2005.
  1. Juraite K., Overcoming social exclusion among young people: problems and outlooks, conference in Jonava city: Who is Responsible for Overcoming Social Inequality: Person or the State?, Jonava 03 04 2007.
  1. Juraite K., Pukelis K., Efficacy of Social Welfare Policy in Overcoming Long-term Poverty: Challenges and Opportunities in Lithuania, 7th European Sociological Association Conference: “Rethinking Inequalities”, ad hoc session: “Intergenerational Inheritance of Inequalites”, Toru?, 9th – 12th of September 2005.
  1. Kokoroskou C., Coupe S., Good policy practice examples from Loughborough (United Kingdom), Final Dissemination Conference of the PROFIT Project, Spa?a (Poland) 12th- 14th April, 2007.
  1. Kokoroskou C., Coupe S., Good policy practice examples from Loughborough (United Kingdom), Final Dissemination Conference of the PROFIT Project, Spa?a (Poland) 12th- 14th April, 2007.
  1. Kokoroskou C., Poverty and Inequality in the  UK – preliminary results from a local area study, 4th session of the UNESCO-MOST/ ISSC International Summer School “Comparative Research in the Social Sciences: Field Studies”, Sofia, 07-17 September 2006.
  1. Krzyszkowski J., Social services in Poland – the instrument of fighting social inequalities or their creator?, 7th European Sociological Association Conference: “Rethinking Inequalities”, ad hoc session: “Intergenerational Inheritance of Inequalites”, Toru?, 9th – 12th of September 2005.
  1. Krzyszkowski J., Social welfare – between the welfare state and welfare society, V Festival of Science, Technology and Art – University of Lodz, Session on Social inequalities and policy to counteract them, 21st of April, 2005.
  1. Kutsar D., A good child - the good parenting?  Contradictions and dilemmas, 12th NFRN network seminar in Uppsala, 11-12 September, 2004.
  1. Kutsar D., From Diversity towards Coherence, international seminar organised by the University of Tartu and University of Turku, Tartu, 1-2 June 2005.
  1. Kutsar D., in frames of the ERASMUS exchange, two lectures focussing on the issues of the PROFIT-project, Justus-Liebig University of Giessen (Germany).
  1. Kutsar D., lecture Changing families and childhoods in Europe in the frames of the lecture courses for international master students at the University of Tartu, May 6-16 2005.
  1. Kutsar D., Listening to the poor and excluded, International conference “Welfare States under Quadruple Pressure; Estonia, Latvia and Norway in a comparative perspective” organised by FAFO Institute (Norway), Riga, 08-10 May 2006.
  1. Kutsar D., Looking for indicators for 'risky' families and children - methodological analysis, international conference “Comparing Childhoods, Families and Risks”, Tampere 10-11 Nov 2005. 
  1. Kutsar D., On social inclusion process in the EU: understanding the underlying problems of poverty and social exclusion (keynote paper), international conference: „Taking Forward the EU Social Inclusion Process” organised by the European Commission in Luxembourg, 13-14 June 2005.
  1. Kutsar D., Poor childhood ­- poor parenthood: relative estimations, decisive solutions, COST A19 workshop in Norrköping (Sweden), 18-20 June 2004.
  1. Kutsar D., Results from the survey of young adults of Pärnu in comparative perspective, 4th session of the UNESCO-MOST/ ISSC International Summer School “Comparative Research in the Social Sciences: Field Studies”, Sofia, 07-17 September 2006.
  1. Kutsar D., The Families - Never the Same Again, ICCFR Conference: Families and their Relationships: Ten Years after the Year of the Family, Tallinn, 13-16 June, 2004.
  2. Kutsar D., Trumm A., On PROFIT project, international joint seminar of the EQUALSOC and CHANGEQUAL, Stockholm, 23-25 November, 2004.
  1. Kutsar D., Trumm A., Poor childhood – Breaking the circle?: Perceptions of the elite of Estonia and Reflections of poverty on parenting and childhoods, Sixteenth Annual Summit of Child Welfare Leaders World Forum held in Tallinn 18-21 Sept 2005.
  1. Kutsar D., What kind of support from the state is expected by the families, thematic workshop on family problems, organised by the city government of Tartu. 01 November 2006.
  1. Kutsar D.., visiting lecture: From the centre to social periphery: A journey without return, for the academic staff of ZUMA in Mannheim on 06 December 2006.
  1. Leaman J., Third Way Approaches to Combating Youth Unemployment: A Comparison of Employment Policy in Germany and the UK, 7th European Sociological Association Conference: “Rethinking Inequalities”, ad hoc session: “Intergenerational Inheritance of Inequalites”, Toru?, 9th – 12th of September 2005.
  1. Ludwig C., Experience from PROFIT Field Studies in Germany, 4th session of the UNESCO-MOST/ ISSC International Summer School “Comparative Research in the Social Sciences: Field Studies”, Sofia, 07-17 September 2006.
  1. Maciulskyte S., Juraite K., Inequality Transmission from Generation to Generation: the Blaze and Misery of Political Decisions, 7th European Sociological Association Conference: “Rethinking Inequalities”, ad hoc session: “Intergenerational Inheritance of Inequalites”, Toru?, 9th – 12th of September 2005.
  1. Melin H., Challenges of comparative research, 7th European Sociological Association Conference: “Rethinking Inequalities”, ad hoc session: “Intergenerational Inheritance of Inequalites”, Toru?, 9th – 12th of September 2005.
  1. Melin H., Finnish Experience in Carrying out PROFIT Field Studies in a Comparative Perspective, 4th session of the UNESCO-MOST/ ISSC International Summer School “Comparative Research in the Social Sciences: Field Studies”, Sofia, 07-17 September 2006.
  1. Melin H., PROFIT - Comparing European Inequalities, 3rd International Summer School, “Comparative Research in the Social Sciences”. periodical event organized by the UNESCO and the International Social Science Council held in Sofia, Bulgaria, 02.– 12. September, 2004.
  1. Melin H., Sandberg J., Poverii ja Jelppii (Power and help): the good practice from Pori (Finland), Final Dissemination Conference of the PROFIT Project, Spa?a (Poland) 12th- 14th April, 2007.
  1. Mikutavi?ienė  I., Opportunities to overcome intergenerational social inequality and poverty: national and local policy perspectives, conference in Jonava city: Who is Responsible for Overcoming Social Inequality: Person or the State?, Jonava 03 04 2007.
  1. Mikutavi?ienė I., Transmission of  Inequality from Generation to Generation: local community perspective, 4th session of the UNESCO-MOST/ ISSC International Summer School “Comparative Research in the Social Sciences: Field Studies”, Sofia, 07-17 September 2006.
  1. Naumanen P., Hidden or “forbidden” inequalities? - Finnish policy-makers speak about inheriting social inequalities and policies in overcoming them, 7th European Sociological Association Conference: “Rethinking Inequalities”, ad hoc session: “Intergenerational Inheritance of Inequalites”, Toru?, 9th – 12th of September 2005.
  1. Petelewicz M., Rek M., Overcoming Social Inequalities on the Local Level: A Case of Middle Sized Town in Poland, 4th session of the UNESCO-MOST/ ISSC International Summer School “Comparative Research in the Social Sciences: Field Studies”, Sofia, 07-17 September 2006.
  1. Petelewicz M., Selection processes and inequalities at the level of pre-school education, Triple E-DOSE International Conference „Days of Socio-Economy: Education, Employment, Europe'', Jagiellonian University in Cracow, 21-22 Sept 2006.
  1. Peterson I., Co-ordinaton of social services for children and families: the good practice example from Pärnu (Estonia), Final Dissemination Conference of the PROFIT Project, Spa?a (Poland) 12th- 14th April, 2007.
  1. Pukelis K., Example of the best practice to overcome factors in intergenerational inheritance of inequalities from Jonava, Final Dissemination Conference of the PROFIT Project, Spa?a (Poland) 12th- 14th April, 2007.
  1. Pukelis K., Mikutavi?ienė  I., Intergenerational Inheritance of Inequalities: Challenges for Educational Policy in Lithuania, 7th European Sociological Association Conference: “Rethinking Inequalities”, ad hoc session: “Intergenerational Inheritance of Inequalites”, Toru?, 9th – 12th of September 2005.
  1. Pukelis K., The main goals and objectives of the EU FP6 project “Policy Responses Overcoming Factors in the Intergenerational Transmission of Inequalities, conference in Jonava city: Who is Responsible for Overcoming Social Inequality: Person or the State?, Jonava 03 04 2007.
  1. Rek M., British „Sure Start”as an example of governmental programme of equalizing opportunities of young generation, V Festival of Science, Technology and Art – University of Lodz, Session on Social inequalities and policy to counteract them, 21st of April, 2005.
  1. Rek M., British „Sure Start”as an example of governmental programme of equalizing opportunities of young generation, XV Assembly of the  Polish Association of Social Work Schools: Research in the Social Work – Review of Achievements and Perspectives, ?ód?, 11th -12th of October, 2005.
  1. Rek M., Good practice in education: examples from European countries, Triple E-DOSE International Conference „Days of Socio-Economy: Education, Employment, Europe'', Jagiellonian University in Cracow, 21-22 Sept 2006.
  1. Rek M., Wo?niak W., Educational system as a factor that could equalize opportunities of young generation. Cases of Finland, Germany, Lithuania and Poland, Polish Sociological Association, Section: Sociology of youth and education. Conference: Youth and education in a process of social transformation, Wroc?aw 15th – 16th of May, 2006.
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