Dominika Polkowska

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assistant professor
Department of Sociology
Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, Lublin
E-mail: dominika.polkowska@umcs.pl
Page: http://www.umcs.pl/pl/addres-book-employee,2229,en.html

Fields of interest

Precarity, precarity employment, Work-life balance (in different occupations), The role of women in the modern world

Recent pulications

  1. Polkowska, D. 2016. Work at home, home at work: difficulties in achieving work-life balance in selected European countries, Polish Sociological Review, 2: 191-208.
  2. Polkowska, D. 2016. Feminization of precarity. Poland compared to other countries, Etyka w życiu gospodarczym. Vol. 19, nr 2: 31-49
  3. Polkowska, D. 2015. Linkages between work and family – the conflict perspective – theoretical approach, In: Work, ties, integration, t. II, eds. Swadźba, B. Pactwa, M. Żak, Silesia University Press, Katowice: 73-86.
  4. Polkowska, D. (ed.) 2014. The Value of Work in The Contemporary Society, Inter-Disciplinary Press, Oxford, United Kingdom. ISBN: 978-184888-357-4
  5. Polkowska, D. 2014. Men Between Work and Family: Whether Difficulties in Achieving Work-life Balance Also Apply to Men? Poland Compared to Other Countries, In: The Value of Work in Contemporary Society, ed. D. Polkowska, Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press: 93-102.
  6. Polkowska, D. 2015. Precarity in higher education, Dialog: 2: 39-43.
  7. Polkowska, D. 2014. Parental Movements in Poland: Success or Failure? The Cases of First Quarter Mothers and Save the Little Ones, Warsaw Forum of Economic Sociology, 1(9), Spring 2014: 55-68.
  8. Polkowska, D. 2014. Why scientific pipeline is still leaking? Women scientists in Poland and their work-life balance. International Studies in Sociology of Education, Vol. 24, Nr 1: 24-44.
  9. Polkowska, D. 2013. Work-life balance possible or not? Examples of good practice in selected universities. Humanizacja pracy, nr 4: 137-152.
  10. Polkowska, D. 2013. Women Scientists in the Leaking Pipeline: Barriers to the Commercialisation of Scientific Knowledge by Women. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, Vol 8, Nr 2: 156-165.