Institute of Psychology, Polish Academy of Sciences; Maria Grzegorzewska University
Sociologist and Latin Americanist, lecturer at the Maria Grzegorzewska University, graduate of the University of Warsaw (Latin American Studies) and the University of Oxford (Modern Languages French and Spanish). Currently working on a PhD thesis in Sociology, focusing on the impact of the #NiUnaMenos (Not One Less) movement on the strategies of women’s organizations in Argentina.
Research interests include different forms of political behaviour, such as women’s movements, citizen participation and collective action. In her projects she applies social network analysis methods, as well as in-depth interviews, concentrating mainly on the process of incorporation into a movement and the impact of network embeddedness on mobilisation.
Cislak, A., Marchlewska, M., Wojcik, A. D., Śliwiński, K., Molenda, Z., Szczepańska, D., & Cichocka, A. (2021). National narcissism and support for voluntary vaccination policy: The mediating role of vaccination conspiracy beliefs. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 24(5), 701–719. https://doi.org/10.1177/1368430220959451
Furman, A., Szczepańska D., Maison D. (2020) The Role of Family, Peers and School in Political Socialisation – Quantitative and Qualitative Study of Polish Young Adults’ Experiences. Citizenship Teaching and Learning (in press).
Szczepańska, D. (2019), „Reprezentacja polityczna kobiet w Ameryce Łacińskiej”, w: Gocłowska-Bolek J. (red.), Panorama wyborcza Ameryki Łacińskiej w 2019 roku. Nowe wyzwania, stare problemy?, Ośrodek Analiz Politologicznych, Uniwersytet Warszawski, Warszawa.