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dc.contributor.authorDymarczyk, Waldemar
dc.description.abstractThe article is intended to reconstruct the career stages of volunteers. As a result of the biographical data analysis, three stages of the volunteering career were outlined: preparation, institutionalization, and, potentially, professionalization. The conditions and contexts of their occurrence were also reconstructed. Secondly, the patterns of volunteering careers were described, namely, the ‘structured action scheme’ with its ‘axiological’ and ‘pragmatic’ variants; a ‘post-trajectory’ pattern, and the pattern of ‘mature participation’ and ‘biographical metamorphosis’. In this qualitative sociological study, transcriptions of narrative biographical interviews were analyzed. The procedures of the classic version of the grounded theory methodology were applied. Some concepts developed by Fritz Schütze in the field of the biographical analysis were also used.en
dc.description.abstractW niniejszym artykule dokonano rekonstrukcji etapów kariery wolontariuszy. W wyniku analizy danych wyróżniono trzy etapy kariery wolontariackiej: przygotowawczy, instytucjonalizacji oraz – potencjalną – profesjonalizację. Zrekonstruowano także warunki i konteksty ich występowania. Opisano typowe wzory karier wolontariuszy: uwzorowany schemat działania wraz z jego wariantami – „etosowym” i „instytucjonalno-pragmatycznym”, posttrajektoryjny, dojrzałego uczestnictwa oraz oparty na przemianie.W jakościowym badaniu socjologicznym wykorzystano transkrypcje narracyjnych wywiadów biograficznych. Dane były analizowane zgodnie z procedurami klasycznej wersji metodologii teorii ugruntowanej. Wykorzystano również niektóre schematy i pojęcia znane z analiz biograficznych autorstwa Firtza Schü
dc.publisherWydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiegopl
dc.relation.ispartofseriesPrzegląd Socjologii Jakościowej;4pl
dc.subjectgrounded theory methodologyen
dc.subjectautobiographical narrative interviewen
dc.subjectsymbolic interactionismen
dc.subjectmetodologia teorii ugruntowanejpl
dc.subjectautobiograficzny wywiad narracyjnypl
dc.subjectsymboliczny interakcjonizmpl
dc.titleThe Processual Nature of Volunteer Engagement: A Reconstruction of Career Patterns Based on the Narratives of Interviewees Involved in Non-Profit Activitiesen
dc.title.alternativeProcesualność zaangażowania w wolontariat. Rekonstrukcja wzorów karier na podstawie narracji osób zaangażowanych w działania non-profitpl
dc.contributor.authorAffiliationUniversity of Lodz, Polanden
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