„GENDER” I „STARTUP” W CZASOPISMACH NAUKOWYCH. PRZEGLĄD BADAŃ MIĘDZYNARODOWYCH
 
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Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Wydział Filozoficzny, Instytut Socjologii
Data publikacji: 30-12-2019
 
Studia Humanistyczne AGH 2019;18(4):77–92
 
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STRESZCZENIE
Celem artykułu jest przedstawienie stanu aktualnych badań koncentrujących się w swojej tematyce na dwóch kategoriach analitycznych: gender i startup. Tekst opiera się na systematycznej analizie literatury przedmiotu oraz artykułów opublikowanych między 2014 a 2018 rokiem na łamach czasopism naukowych. Pokazuje, które obszary powiązane z kategorią „gender” są najczęściej badane, a także w jaki sposób różnicuje ona kontekst startupowy. Ponadto w artykule przedstawiono wnioski płynące z badań empirycznych, traktujących o społecznych aspektach struktur innowacyjnych – takich jak startupy – opisywanych przez badaczy społecznych. Tekst przedstawia także, w jaki sposób i za pomocą jakich determinant definiuje się startupy wśród badaczy zagranicznych.
 
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