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2020 | nr 6 (137) | 71--94
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Women's Social Capital and Its Role in Their Professional Careers

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Kapitał społeczny kobiet i jego rola w ich karierze zawodowej
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Abstrakty
Rozwój kariery menedżerskiej wymaga posiadania kapitału ludzkiego i kapitału społecznego. Jak wynika z badań zagranicznych kapitał ludzki kobiet i mężczyzn zajmujących podobne stanowiska jest zbliżony ale występują różnice w zakresie kapitału społecznego. Kobiety mają niższy kapitał społeczny co prowadzi do nierówności. W przypadku awansów na wyższy szczebel kierownicze potrzebny jest kapitał społeczny. Artykuł ma na celu identyfikację specyfiki kapitału społecznego kobiet i mężczyzn w oparciu o przegląd wyników badań zagranicznych oraz wskazanie kierunków badań na polskim gruncie. Zasadność takich badań tłumaczy niski udział kobiet w zarządzaniu oraz istniejąca luka badawcza. (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
The development of a professional career requires both human and social capital. As follows from the results of international studies, the human capital of both men and women holding similar positions is comparable, but considerable discrepancies in terms of social capital can be observed. Specifically, the social capital of women is lower, which leads to inequalities. When advancement to higher tiers of management is considered, social capital becomes paramount. The aim of the article is to identify the characteristics of women's social capital and recognize its role in the context of career development. The findings are based on a systematic review of research publications from the Web of Science database published between 1985 and 2020. Data show that women have lower social capital than men-a significant barrier in their careers-and use different strategies to achieve success. This problem has not been studied widely in Poland. A closer look should be taken at this issue. (original abstract)
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  • Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin
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