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The „gender” and „startup” in scientific journals. A review of international research
 
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Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Wydział Filozoficzny, Instytut Socjologii
Publication date: 2019-12-30
 
Studia Humanistyczne AGH 2019;18(4):77–92
 
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The purpose of this article is to present the state of current research, focusing on two theoretical categories, “gender” and “startup”. The text is based on an analysis of the literature on the subject in scientific journals from 2014 to 2018, and it shows in which aspects gender is most often studied, and how startup contexts are differentiated by gender. In addition, the article presents the conclusions of empirical research, focusing on the social dimensions of innovative structures – such as startups – described by social researchers. The text outlines how and through what determinants startups are defined amongst foreign researchers.
 
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