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ItemJournalistic role performance in Poland(2016) Stępińska, Agnieszka; Narożna, Dominika; Jurga-Wosik, Ewa; Secler, Bartłomiej; Adamczewska, KingaSeveral research projects in the last decade have been devoted to studying professional role perception among Polish journalists. Still less is known about how different ideals of professional roles affect journalistic role performance. This paper aims to present the findings of the content analysis of 1,130 news stories published in four Polish newspapers in 2012 and 2013. The study was a part of the international research project: Journalistic Role Performance Around the Globe (led by Prof. Clau- dia Mellado from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, in Chile and Lea Hellmueller, from Texas States University, www.journalisticperformance.org). The results indicate that the watchdog model is most commonly used in the Polish press, followed by the infotainment and civic models. However, the findings of the content analysis primarily support the general observation on the political orientations of the Polish newspapers and political parallelism of the Polish media system. ItemModel dziennikarstwa zorientowany na obywateli w perspektywie paradygmatu społecznej odpowiedzialności mediów. Przykład prasy w Polsce(2016) Secler, Bartłomiej; Stępińska, Agnieszka; Jurga-Wosik, Ewa; Narożna, Dominika; Adamczewska, Kinga ItemPostawy polskich dziennikarzy wobec aktorów politycznych: badania empiryczneStępińska, Agnieszka; Jurga-Wosik, Ewa; Adamczewska, Kinga; Narożna, Dominika; Secler, BartłomiejThe aim of the paper is to compare the findings of selected surveys conducted among Polish jour- nalists with the findings of a newspaper content analysis. The findings of the surveys showed differ- ences between different generations of journalists. Specifically, those who entered the profession right after the political transition in the early 1990s seem more interested in playing the role of watchdog than those who have recently graduated from universities. Although the youngest generation of Polish journalists believes that the media should monitor political actors, they do not seem very interested in playing that role. The findings of the content analysis showed that Polish journalists pay significant attention to monitoring the policy and performance of political actors. The study supports previous observations on the high level of political parallelism of the Polish media system.