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2014 | 23 | 54-62
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Maritime Sociology or Sociology of Maritime Issues? World Literature Review and Some Historical Considerations

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The name of maritime sociology has been present in the Polish scientific discourse for some decades now. In the text the author proves that in the world scientific literature the caption is not present but there are many publications which refer to sociological research on maritime issues. The author concentrates on exploring how ‘sociology of maritime issues’ is conceptualized in academic journals articles. Records (including abstracts and in some cases full texts) of over two hundred and fifty articles published in 1933−2014 available through EBSCO databases were analyzed. The author addresses the problems discussed in them comparing the approaches to Polish maritime sociology as developed by professor Ludwik Janiszewski.
Year
Volume
23
Pages
54-62
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Dates
published
2014
Contributors
  • University of Szczecin
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Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
0860−6552
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-450581dc-6983-4ed0-a9b1-31b3124f9695
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