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INTERPRETATIONS OF POLITICAL VIOLENCE IN THE HISTORY HANDBOOKS IN POLISH PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC AND IIIRD RP. CASE STUDY OF OCCUPATION POLICIES AGAINST THE POLES DURING WORLD WAR II
 
 
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Publication date: 2019-12-24
 
Studia Politologiczne 2015;35
 
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The article focused research efforts on the analysis of forms of presentation of historical events related to violence on the basis of a case study Polish German occupation during World War II in history handbooks for secondary schools. For this purpose content analysis was used. This method consists of reflections on the collected material as objectified and systematic, quantitative and qualitative to identify and describe the language characteristics of the texts. As an object of analysis was used 37 history textbooks for secondary schools published since the end of World War II, up to the present (5 published during the Polish People’s Republic and 32 issued in the Third Republic).
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