Gill, Nick, and Bialski, Paula. New friends in new places: Network formation during the migration process among Poles in the UK. Geoforum. 2011.
Bialski, Paula. Couchsurfing.com, czyli turystyka emocjonalna: Co zyskujemy, sypiając na cudzej kanapie. Kultura Polularna. 3/2006. (Warsaw: SWPS).
Bialski, Paula. Emotional Tourism: An interpretive study of online hospitality exchange systems as a new form of tourism. Hosp.Ex Net. June, 2006. (Online)
Books and Book Chapters
- Bialski, Paula. Becoming Intimately Mobile. (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2012).
- Bialski, Paula. Intimate Tourism: Enquete dans un reseau d’hospitalite. (Limoges: Solilange, 2008).
- (with Batorski, D.) From Online Familiarity to Offline Trust: How a Virtual Community Creates Familiarity and Trust between Strangers. Chapter for Social Computing and Virtual Communities, edited by Jim Ang and Panayiotis Zaphiris, 2009.
- (with Batorski, D.) Trustworthiness in Networks, UK Social Networks Conference, University of Greenwich, July 18-20,2008
- Intimate Tourism: The process of verbal exchange in intimate spaces through the online hospitality network. Social Aspects of the Internet Conference, Warsaw, Poland. December, 2006.
- (with Batorski, D.) Trust Networks: Analyzing the Structure and Function of Trust. International Network of Social Network Analysis SUNBELT conference, Corfu, Greece. May, 2007. (INSNA 2007 Conference Poster).
- Intimate Tourism: Intensity, meaning, and offline friendship within the online hospitality network. General Online Research conference, Leipzig, Germany. February, 2007.
- Intimate Tourism: Changing the relationship between the tourist and the other through the online hospitality network. The 6th International Symposium on Aspects of Tourism: “Gazing, Glancing, Glimpsing: Tourists and Tourism in a Visual World. Eastbourne, England. June, 2007.
- No More Cold Researchers: Engagement and bias as characteristics of the modern interdisciplinary minds. Work in Progress: Research Spaces, Research Journeys, University of Warwick, December, 2007.
· Doctoral candidate in Sociology, Lancaster University (Present – 2010)
· Associate Teacher Programme, CELT, Lancaster University (May, 2008)
· Masters degree in Sociology, University of Warsaw, Poland (June 2007)
· Bachelor of Arts, University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada. (September, 2004)
My MA thesis can be read by clicking: HERE.