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2019 | 4 | 113-128
Article title

PERSPECTIVES ON WOMEN AT SEA IN THE LIGHT OF FEMALE SEAFARERS' EXPERIENCE. CHALLENGES FOR MARITIME EDUCATION

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Title variants
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POSTRZEGANIE KOBIET W ZAWODACH MORSKICH W ŚWIETLE DOŚWIADCZEŃ KOBIET-MARYNARZY. WYZWANIA DLA EDUKACJI MORSKIEJ
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Abstracts
EN
The article presents the ways of perceiving female seafarers that occur among the crews of sea-going vessels. To identify the conceptions of ‘being a woman on-board’, a phenomenographic research approach was applied. As the result, various ways of perceiv-ing female seafarers were identified. The results of the study may contribute to becoming aware of selected challenges which maritime education faces as well as refining educational practices within this field.
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Artykuł ukazuje sposoby postrzegania kobiet-marynarzy będących członkiniami załóg statków morskich. W celu identyfikacji koncepcji „bycia kobietą na pokładzie”, zastoso-wano fenomenograficzne podejście badawcze. W rezultacie autorki zidentyfikowały różne sposoby postrzegania kobiet-marynarzy. Wyniki badania mogą przyczynić się do uświado-mienia wybranych wyzwań stojących przed edukacją morską, a także udoskonalić praktyki edukacyjne w tym zakresie.
Contributors
  • Akademia Marynarki Wojennej w Gdyni
  • Akademia Marynarki Wojennej w Gdyni
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