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2006 | 29 | 35-48
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JOZEF OBREBSKI AND JOZEF CHALASINSKI WITH BRONISLAW MALINOWSKI AND FLORIAN ZNANIECKI IN THE BACKGROUND

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Sociology underwent major changes between both World Wars. Empirical sociology began to dominate and field work conducted according to the methodology of the Chicago School was developing. Similar changes also took place in Polish sociology where developments were influenced by Florian Znaniecki's sociological school in Poznan. This was also a period of intensive development in ethnological research, due to Bronislaw Malinowski's seminar in the London School of Economics which was attended by many Polish ethnologists and sociologists. The young generation of social scientists soon dominated sociological research. Among the most important of them were sociologist Jozef Chalasinski, a student of Znaniecki, and ethnologist Jozef Obrebski, a disciple of Malinowski. New developments in field research allowed these two to meet and to cooperate in the field of empirical sociology.
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29
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35-48
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  • W. Winclawski, Uniwersytet Mikolaja Kopernika w Toruniu, ul.Gagarina 11, 87-100 Torun, Poland
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07PLAAAA01904069
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