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PozycjaNowa jakość medialnych kampanii wyborczych na przykładzie amerykańskich kandydatów do urzędu prezydenta w pierwszej dekadzie XXI wieku(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2010) Majorek, Marta PozycjaRadykalna demokracja jako zasada niezależnego sieciowego dziennikarstwa na przykładzie projektu Indymedia(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2015) Majorek, MartaProject Indymedia is an institutionalized example of global activism mediated by the new information technologies. The significant innovation here is the fulfilment of the radical democracy ideal, that has not been fully realized yet, despite of numerous attempts. It can be seen that the Indymedia implements radical democratic vision of the media and promotes participants with widely known slogan „be the media”. Indymedia initiative promotes the idea that everybody should have access to the possibility of free creation of information and its unlimited transfer to the wide audience. Notably, radical democratic practices undertaken by the Indymedia go beyond the content of its internet page and include a number of important institutional activities that involve new communication technologies in global network dimension. The so-called radical democratic practices also involve an active attempts to renegotiate the basic relations of power, leveling hierarchical systems (an example of this is the decision-making procedure supported by consensus), and the prevention of visible limitations of the access to content (example is promotion of an open access software). The paper presents framework of the project, its basic ideas, with particular emphasis on implementation of radical democracy elements. The main purpose is to answer the questions concerning extreme inclusiveness of the project and evaluation of its radical democratic character. PozycjaThe school of tomorrow centred on pupils(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2015) Morbitzer, Janusz; Kuźma, Józef; Chałas, Krystyna; Boczarowa, Olena; Giza, Teresa; Borawska-Kalbarczyk, Katarzyna; Aksman, Joanna; Pułka, Jolanta; Dobrowolska, Barbara; Johnsson, Ewa; Cotič, Mara; Felda, Darjo; Pułka, Jolanta; Kuźma, JózefThe monograph entitled "The School of Tomorrow Centred on Pupils" is a collective paper which, on the one hand, is based on the research conducted by and experience of many Polish and foreign theoreticians and practitioners of school education and, on the other, is the aftermath of an international academic Symposium “From the Traditional Towards the Future, Pupil-Oriented School” organised at Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University on the 10th and 11th of June 2013, to which many highly-competent authors of this monograph contributed.