Społeczne światy. Teoria - empiria - metody badań na przykładzie społecznego świata wspinaczki
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The author deals with the subject of climbing, which is more and more popular sport, recreational and hobby activity. It is an activity that, compared to other physical activities, presents itself as an elite, dangerous and very demanding field, which additionally raises numerous ethical controversies due to the media coverage of Himalayan, Alpine and Tatra tragedies. At the same time, the described community of “mountain people” is a pretext here to show certain general phenomena and social processes that can be grasped by the theory of social worlds. The book presents the complex processes of creating and maintaining social worlds on the example of analyzing a specific social world – the world of climbing. Additionally, it presents effective methods of studying social worlds. The author used a whole set of analytical and research strategies – from ethnography, through autoethnography, elements of the biographical method, discourse analysis to netnography – all subordinated to the methodology of grounded theory, in order to fully describe the social world of climbers.
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