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Anna Pacześniak and Maria Wincławska took part in the APSA Annual Meeting in Boston at the end of August of 2018. The paper on “Members of Polish political parties in the process of permanent campaigning” was accepted to be presented in the panel on Party Vote-Seeking Strategies: Issue Emphasis and Valence Characteristics.
A paper on “Leadership in Polish political parties – members’ and voters’ perspective” was presented by Maria Wincławska and Anna Pacześniak during an ECPR seminar on „Political Leaders in Central and Eastern Europe: Roles, Actions and Consequences”, which was held in Cluj-Napoka (Romania) in April 2018. Other participants were discussing the roles of party and political leaders in the Visegrad Countries, Balkans and Caucasus. Taking an example from the European Leaders, at the end of the Conference, a family photo of all the participants was taken.
„Do contemporary political parties still need members? Conclusions from the empirical study into Polish political parties” is an article in which Anna Pacześniak and Maria Wincławska analyse data from both qualitative and quantitative research conducted with parliamentarians, party leaders and the parties’ grassroots. The article is published in „Political Preferences”, no 17/2017 (http://www.journals.us.edu.pl/index.php/PP/article/view/6249/4399). Enjoy your reading.