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educator , sociologist

Aleksandra Jasinska-Kania, Russian sociologist, educator. Achievements include research in national stereotypes in the Polish society; research in moral orientations and political attitudes. Member of The Polish Sociological Association (general board member 2004), International Sociological Association (life; board member 1990-1994).

Background

Jasinska-Kania, Aleksandra was born on June 15, 1932 in Moscow.

Education

Master of Arts in Sociology, University Warsaw, Poland, 1954. Doctor of Philosophy, University Warsaw, Poland, 1967.

Career

Lecturer University Warsaw, 1956—1968, assistant professor, 1969—1977, associate professor, 1978—1990, professor doctor habilitation, since 1990, deputy director Institute Sociology, 1978—1984. Researcher International Study of Values in Politics, Philadelphia, 1966—1971. Visiting associate professor Indiana University, Bloomington, 1977—1978.

Head Polish group, member steering committee European Values Study, Tilburg, Netherlands, since 1988. Member steering committee Democracy and Local Governance, Honolulu, 1990—2002.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in national stereotypes in the Polish society. Research in moral orientations and political attitudes.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-editor: Poles among Europeans (Committee for Scientific Research (Committee of Science Research) grant, 2004). Co-editor, co-author Power and Social Structure. Essays in Honor of Wlodzimierz Wesolowski, co-author (special issue) International Journal Sociology (award from the Rector of the University of Warsaw, 1984).

Membership

Member of The Polish Sociological Association (general board member 2004), International Sociological Association (life. Board member 1990-1994).

Connections

Married Albin Kania, December 22, 1955 (deceased August 24, 1994). 1 child Joanna Kania-Bartoszynska.

spouse:
Albin Kania

child:
Joanna Kania-Bartoszynska Jasinska-Kania