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PhD Kamil Filipek

Personal information

Education:
PhD - sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin
MA - internationa relations, Faculty of Political Sciene, Marii Curie Skłodowska University in Lublin
mgr - sociology, Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology, Marii Curie Skłodowska University in Lublin

Work experience:
- Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical and Computational Modelling (ICM), University of Warsaw
- Institute of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin
- Institute of Sociology, Pope John Paul II State School Of Higher Education in Biała Podlaska
- CRM Coordinator, Tradis Lublin
- Polish Corridor Manager, Chequepoint London

Membership:
- Polskie Towarzystwo Badania Rynku i Opinii
- Polskie Towarzystwo Socjologiczne
- International Network for Social Network Analysis


Scientific Activity

 Research:
- social media, communication technologies and its social consequences
- social network analysis
- social capital

Projects:
- "Social Media as Mobilizing Factor of Relational Resources Enhancing Sharing and Particiaption", NCN Fuga - leader
- "Debt watch", MNiSW "Dialog" - memeber
- "Warsaw School of Data Analysis", NCBiR - member

 

Some recent publications:

  • Filipek, K., Cwynar, A., Cwynar, W. [2019]. Does Social Capital Influence Debt Literacy? The Case of Facebook Users in Poland, Prague Economic Papers, Dostęp [20.09.2019]. Tekst
  • Fliipek, K. [2019], The Impact of Social Capital on Political Participation of Social Media Users in Poland, Studia Socjologiczne 2, vol. 233. Tekst

  • Filipek, K., Polkowska. D. [2019]. The Latent Precariousness of Migrant Workers: a Study of Ukrainians Legally Employed in Poland, Journal of International Migration and Integration, Dostęp [19.09.2019]. Tekst

  • Polkowska, D., Filipek, K. [2019]. Greatful Precarious Worker? Ukrainian Migrants in Poland, Review of Radical Political Economics. Dostęp [19.09.2019]. Tekst

  • Filipek, K. [2019], The meanings of sharing: On Facebook sharing strategies among Polish migrants in Germany and the UK, Communications - The European Journal of Communication Research. Dostęp [27.03.2019]. Tekst

  • Cwynar, A., Cwynar, W., Pater, R., Filipek K. [2019], Social media as an information source in finance: Evidence from the community of financial market professionals in Poland, The International Journal of Digital Accounting Research, vol. 19: Tekst

  • Cwynar, A., Cwynar, W., Filipek K. [2018], Debt Experience of Facebook Users in Poland. A Conceptual Model and Empirical Test, Polish Sociological Review, vol. 202. Tekst

  • Filipek, K. [2016],Sharing resources on Facebook groups: Polish emigrants in Germany, Norway and UK, Konteksty Społeczne vol. 7., special issue Rediscovering Society in the Age of Social Media [Redaktor gościnny wydania]. Tekst

  • Filipek, K. [2016], Social decoding of social media: an interview with Anabel Quan-Haase, Konteksty Społeczne vol. 7., special issue Rediscovering Society in the Age of Social Media. Wywiad

  • Filipek, K, Chodak, J. [2016], Introduction: rediscovering society in the age of social media, Konteksty Społeczne vol. 7., special issue Rediscovering Society in the Age of Social Media. Tekst

  • Batorski, D., Bojanowski, M., Filipek K. [2015], Getting a Job: Resources and Individual’s Chances on the Warsaw Labour Market, Polish Sociological Review, vol. 192. Tekst

  • Filipek, K. [2013], Mobilizacje społeczne, rewolucje i kontrrewolucje w środowisku Web 3.0,Konteksty Społeczne vol. 1.

  • Filipek, K. [2013], Kicz w kulturze źródłem inspiracji politycznych, Zeszyty Naukowe KUL, 2-3, vol. 56.

  • Partycki, S., Filipek, K. [2012], Network Money in the Conditions of Financial Crisis in the European Union, Socialo Zinatnu Vestnesis, Łotwa - Daugavpils, 1, vol. 14.

  • Filipek, [2011], Nowa geopolityka sieciowa, Przegląd Geopolityczny, vol 3, s. 63-77.

  • Partycki, S., Filipek, K. [2010], Transformacja sieciowa funkcji państwa polskiego Przegląd Socjologiczny, issue 4.