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Agnieszka Izabela Baruk

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Tadeusz Ostrowski

References Astrand, N. E., Hanson, B. S. & Isacsson, S. O. (1989). Job demands, job decision latitude, job support, and social network factors as predictors of mortality in a Swedish pulp and paper company. British Journal of Industrial Medicine , 46, 334-340. Dudek, B., Waszkowska, M., Merecz, D. & Hanke, W. (1999). Ochrona zdrowia pracowników przed skutkami stresu zawodowego [Protection of employees' health from occupational stress consequences]. Lodz, PL: The Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine

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Anna B. Pilewska-Kozak, Beata B. Dobrowolska, Anna Majewska, Grażyna Stadnicka, Agnieszka K. Pawłowska-Muc, Klaudia Pałucka, Agnieszka Bałanda-Bałdyga and Joanna Tkaczuk-Włach

PIŚMIENNICTWO/REFERENCES 1. Aftyka A, Humeniuk B, Rybojad B, Rzońca P. Style radzenia sobie ze stresem u rodziców dzieci hospitalizowanych w oddziale intensywnej terapii noworodka. [Styles of doping with stress in parents of children hospitalized in neonatal intensive care unit]. Hyg. Publ. Health. 2015; 50 (2): 395-400. 2. Biskupska M, Konieczna M. Noworodek i jego rodzice w obliczu choroby i śmierci. [The infant and his parents in the face of illness and death]. Now. Lek. 2013; 82 (2): 142-149. 3. Kopeć A, Aftyka A, Humeniuk E, i wsp

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Maja Rožman, Anastasiia Grinkevich and Polona Tominc

References Adams, G. A., DeArmond, S., Jex, S. M., Webster, J. R. (2013). Older Workers, Occupational Stress and Safety. Retrieved from https://www.researchgate.net/publication/278847873_OLDER_WORKERS_OCCUPATIONAL_STRESS_AND_SAFETY (Accessed 7.1.2019). Ahola, K., Honkonen, T., Virtanen, M., Aromaa, A., Lönnqvist, J. (2008).Burnout in Relation to Age in the Adult Working Population. Journal of Occupational Health , 50 (4), 362-365, http://doi.org/10.1539/joh.M8002 Campanelli, L. (1990). The Ageing Workforce: Implications for Organisations

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Krzysztof Adamczyk, Aleksandra Górecka-Bruzda, Jacek Nowicki, Małgorzata Gumułka, Edyta Molik, Tomasz Schwarz, Bernadette Earley and Czesław Klocek

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Adam Grabowski and Philip Broemer

. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 88, 276-287. Deaux, K. &Eithier, K.A. (1998). Negotiating social identity. In J.K. Swim & C. Stangor (Eds.), Prejudice: The target’s perspective (pp. 301-323). San Diego, CA: Academic Press. Dijksterhuis, A., Spears, R., &Lépinasse, V. (2001). Reflecting and deflecting stereotypes: Assimilation and contrast in impression formation and automatic behavior. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 37, 286-299. Doosje, B., Ellemers, N., & Spears, R. (1995). Perceived intragroup

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Children’s Perspectives through the Camera Lens

Reflections on Meaning-making Processes and Participatory Research

Kaoruko Kondo and Ulrika Sjöberg

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In relation to any claims about “child-centred” research, the present article stresses the need to reflect on what is actually at stake in terms of participation and the meaning-making processes that evolve in a certain research setting. Our experiences with photo-taking methods are based on two separate studies involving children (age 5-8 years) and young adolescents (age 12-16 year). Taking a constructivist approach, the article draws special attention to issues related to the age of the children, the type of camera used, the researcher’s status in the fieldwork and the type of data acquired through these children’s photos. The article stresses the need to perceive the story behind the photo as an outcome of how the child chose to position him/herself within a certain research context, which in turn affects how the child sees, thinks and acts, but also what he/she sees.

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Helena Wrona-Polańska

References Akaho, R., Sasaki, T., Mori, S.L., Akiyama, H., Yoshino, M., Hagiya, K., Nakagome, K., Sakamaki, H. (2003). Psychological factors and survival after bone marrow transplantation in patients with leukemia. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 57, 91-96. Aleksandrowicz, J., Ćwiklicka, A., Płużek, Z. (1971). Niektóre cechy osobowości chorych na różne typy białaczek [Some personality traits in patients with various types of leukemia]. Pol. Tyg. Lek., 26, 426-428. Antonovsky, A. (1979). Health, Stress

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Linda Shockey and Małgorzata E. Ćavar

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Our previous research on perception of gated casual English by university students suggests that ceteris paribus, Polish students are much more accurate than Greeks. A recent pilot study of casually-spoken Polish leads us to the conclusion that many shortcuts found in English are also common in Polish, so that similar perceptual strategies can be used in both languages, though differing in detail. Based on these preliminary results, it seems likely that perceptual strategies across languages tend towards the “eagle” approach - where a birds-eye view of the acoustic terrain without too much emphasis on detail is found - or the “roadrunner” approach, where phonetic detail is followed closely. In the former case, perceivers adjust easily to alternation caused by casual speech phonology while in the latter, perceivers expect little variation and possibly even find it confusing. Native speakers of Greek are “roadrunners”, since there is little phonological reduction in their language there is little difference, for example, between stressed and unstressed syllables. We suggest that native speakers of Polish join English speakers as “eagles”, which gives them a natural perceptual advantage in English. There is a conceptual similarity between this idea and that of the stress- or syllable-timed language, and we hypothesise that as in this case, there is a cline rather than a sharp division between eagles and roadrunners. As usual, more research is called for.

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Celine Horgues

, Cambridge : Cambridge University Press Dupoux, E. and S. Peperkamp, S. 2002. A typology of Stress ‘Deafness’, in C. Gussenhoven and N. Warner (eds.), Laboratory Phonology 7 , Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 203-240. Dupoux, E. ; Pallier, C. ; Mehler, J. ; Sebastian, N. (2003b) A Destressing ‘Deafness’ in French ?, Journal of Memory and Language , 36, p. 406-421. Delattre, P. 1965. Comparing the Phonetic Features of English, French, German and Spanish: an Interim Report, Heidelberg : Julius Groos. Field, J