Ruch feministyczny i kobiecy w Polsce. Interwencja socjologiczna 1994/1995
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In 1994-1995, within the frame of investigations on the social actors’ transformation in post-communist countries carried out by CADiS CNRS center in Paris, Dr. Anna Matuchniak- Krasuska (University of Łódź) and Dr. Wojciech Pawlik (Warsaw University) made researches on feminist and women’s movements in Poland, applying the methodology of sociological intervention. The researches displayed the activity of the feminism movement in the fields of politics and ideology, where also potential conflicts emerge. Furthermore, on the economical-social area where co-operation and integration of women’s action is more likely to expect. The various levels of the movement’s activity: local and global (nationwide), were diagnosed. An analysis of attitudes of women’s movement supporters and antagonists, i.e. political parties, the Catholic church, the state administration, and other women’s and social organizations, show theirs relative character, as the advocates in one field might turn up into enemies in the others. Besides, there are no apparent and consistent women’s or feminist’ identity as the universal sone. It emerges as one of the strongly particularized characteristic, political or professional alike. In spite of the women’s and feminism movement in Poland seems genuine one, there are no prospects for its notable integration so far.