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2013 | 1(27) | 9–36
Article title

The IR scholarship in Central and Eastern European Countries: on its way to cross the regional boundaries

Title variants
PL
Nauka o stosunkach międzynarodowych w krajach Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej: w kierunku przekraczania granic regionalnych
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Abstracts
PL
W debacie uczestniczą uznani badacze, wywodzący się zarówno z regionu, jaki i z państw zachodnich, od lat zaangażowani w rozwój nauki o stosunkach międzynarodowych w Europie Środkowej i Wschodniej. Analizują silne i słabe strony dyscypliny pod względem dziedzictwa, organizacji, metod badawczych i zasobów ludzkich. Zastanawiają się, jakich wyborów epistemologicznych i metodologicznych należy dokonać w celu wprowadzenia zachodnich standardów nauki.
EN
The discussion gathered acknowledged researchers from the region and countries of the West who for years have been engaged in the development of International Relations in the Central and Eastern Europe. The academics analyse strong and weak points of the discipline regarding heritage, organization, research methods and human resources. They deliberate what epistemological and methodological choices should be made in order to implement Western standards of learning.
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9–36
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Dates
published
2013
Contributors
  • Instytut Europeistyki, WDiNP, Uniwersytet Warszawski
author
  • Instytut Stosunków Międzynarodowych na Uniwersytecie Karola w Pradze
  • Uniwersytet w Uppsali
  • Wydział Politologii Aarhus University
  • Wydział Nauk Społecznych Uniwersytet w Ljubljanie
  • Departament Politologii i Polityki Publicznej na Uniwersytecie Arizony
author
  • Instytut Spraw Międzynarodowych, WDiNP, Uniwersytet Warszawski
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