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Rau Zbigniew W. (University of Łódź), Chmieliński Maciej (University of Łódź), Staszyńska Katarzyna M. (Kozminski University)
Classical Categories of Political Thought in Public Opinion: Qualitative Research on Polish Society
Polish Sociological Review, 2016, nr 4 (196), s. 421-436, bibliogr. 44 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Państwo, Świadomość polityczna, Społeczeństwo, Indywidualizm
State, Politics awareness, Society, Individualism
summ., The research was financed by (Polish) National Science Center grant no. 012/05/B/HS5/ /00887, with the support of Kozminski University and the Alexis de Tocqueville Center for Political and Legal Thought, University of Łódź.
This article establishes how ordinary people understand classical categories of political thought. By interpreting qualitative data, we show how contemporary Polish society conceives such fundamental concepts of political philosophy as 'the individual,' 'society,' and 'the state.' Finally, we point out the implications of our findings for political science and political sociology, especially in regard to popular political culture. (original abstract)
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