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Melosik, Z. . (2019). Dyscyplina naukowa i tożsamość naukowca. Studia Edukacyjne, (54), 7–26. https://doi.org/10.14746/se.2019.54.1


The article is devoted to analysis of the relationships between the identity of scholar and her/his
research discipline. The historical, cognitive and social contexts of disciplines is considered against
the background of the university scholar identification. Besides the following issues are dicussed in
the article: institutionalization of the discipline, the role of epistemic communities, changing borders
of discipline, multidisciplinary approach to research, language of disciplines, status of disciplines and
the meaning of academic freedom.



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