Co to znaczy, że psychologia jest nauką społeczną? Próba odpowiedzi na pytanie poprzez psychologiczną analizę migracji arabskiej do Europy

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Stanisław Kowalik

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Psychological research rarely undertakes macrosocial issues. An analysis of the specificity of research conducted in the framework of social sciences revealed that incorporating psychology into them is not only possible but also desirable if, while studying these macrosocial phenomena and processes, scientists take into account biological and social factors as well. Basing on the conceptions of evolutionary psychology and the findings of research on the situation of migrants from
Arab countries to Europe, it has been shown what value resorting to psychological knowledge in the search for the solution to migration problems may have.

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Kowalik, S. (2018). Co to znaczy, że psychologia jest nauką społeczną? Próba odpowiedzi na pytanie poprzez psychologiczną analizę migracji arabskiej do Europy. Człowiek I Społeczeństwo, 45, 19-46. https://doi.org/10.14746/cis.2018.45.2
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