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2017 | z. 105 | 293--306
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Satysfakcja z pracy naukowej – przegląd badań

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Satisfaction from scientific research – review of scientific research
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W artykule omówiono kluczowe kwestie dotyczące satysfakcji zawodowej pracowników nauki. Odniesiono się do wydajności pracy zawodowej akademików oraz ich obciążeń stresem, warunkami pracy. Autorzy odnoszą się w nim również do różnic w postrzeganiu tego zjawiska między kobietami i mężczyznami. Z badań wynika, iż czynnikiem, który pozytywnie wpływał na satysfakcję kadry akademickiej w Polsce, jest poczucie, że ich praca cieszy się uznaniem, natomiast negatywny wpływ miało – podobnie jak w przypadku badań międzynarodowych – nadmierne obciążenie obowiązkami dydaktycznymi oraz administracyjnymi. Niektóre z badań wykazały, że poziom zadowolenia polskich pracowników naukowych wzrasta wraz ze stażem pracy.
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The article discusses the key issues related to the science work satisfaction. It refers to the professional work of the researchers and their stressors, working conditions. Authors also refer to a differences in the perception of this phenomenon between men and women. Research shows that a factor that positively influences the satisfaction of academic staff in Poland is the sense that their work is appreciated, while the negative impact was due to the excessive burden on teaching and administrative duties. Some studies have shown that the level of satisfaction of Polish academics increases with the increase in work experience.
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Opracowanie rekordu w ramach umowy 509/P-DUN/2018 ze środków MNiSW przeznaczonych na działalność upowszechniającą naukę (2018)
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