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The preparation of this issue coincided with the winter school for writers-researchers “School ᴨ,” co-organized by Laboratorium and the Centre for Independent Social Research. The School was designed to train young authors in good practices of academic writing. As a result, the questions of what exactly academic writing is today, how it is developing, and what it is supposed to aspire to, arose. Are there still classical, canonical formats for academic texts? How can social science texts be made more attractive not only to academic specialists but also to a broader audience, without compromising their academic merit?