Od polityka do społecznika - czy funkcja polityczna może być przeszkodą w prowadzeniu działalności społecznej?
xmlui.dri2xhtml.METS-1.0.item-citation: Lider społeczny w XXI wieku / pod redakcją naukową Andrzeja K. Piaseckiego. - Kraków : Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Pedagogicznego, 2013. - S. -158.
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Social activity is often a springboard to the world of politics, which can be observed during subsequent parliamentary and local elections. Drawing community workers into electoral battles pays mainly politicians who utilize the popularity of well-known social local leaders to provide support for their own party. Social activists, in turn, have a chance to go beyond the local environment and to appear on the nationwide “market”. There are, however, serious cases of people holding political office who gave up their positions to act for the benefit of social activity, and it is in this area that they achieve spectacular success. Is it a proof that political activity, which should be a job for the benefit of society, can be a barrier to real social activities? or maybe there is a possibility to combine these two types of activity and to be both a political and social leader? These and other questions are a contribution to further consideration.