Sama, ale czy samotna? – obraz niezamężnych kobiet u schyłku Polskiej Rzeczypospolitej Ludowej w świetle "Kobiety i Życia"

Małgorzata Dajnowicz, Uniwersytet w Białymstoku, Urszula Sokołowska, Uniwersytet Medyczny w Białymstoku
2021 Czasopismo Naukowe Instytutu Studiów Kobiecych  
In the women's press, published at the end of the Polish People's Republic, images of unmarried women were increasingly appearing. Despite the fact that press releases still largely portrayed the stereotypical perception of single women, significant changes were seen in the presentation of the image and position of unmarried women. It was particularly noticeable in the pages of Kobieta i Życie where more and more texts showed loneliness as a conscious choice of Polish women who decided to
more » ... independent, not from coercion or necessity.The article presents women's opinions on the subject of single life, the reasons for which the decision was made to choose such a way of life and the way Polish society perceive unmarried women at the end of the Polish People's Republic. The analysis was based on publications appearing in Kobieta i Życie. The authors of the article, results of their research also referred to press materials published in other women's magazines of the Polish People's Republic – Przyjaciółka and Zwierciadło.
doi:10.15290/cnisk.2021.01.10.10 fatcat:bdspxp53jfc5rnyg4whvvghz6e