Surviving post-socialism : local strategies and regional responses in eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union

edited by Sue Bridger and Frances Pine

The disintegration of Eastern Europe and the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1989 marked the beginning of what was hailed both East and West as a period of tranformation to liberal democracy. Yet in the years that have followed, the peoples of the vast region have found themselves dealing with new tensions, insecurities and the chaos of the new order. This wide ranging study comprises of case studies drawn from various countries of the former socialist world. Centering around the theme of survival strategies developed in response to changing cultural, political and economic structures, the contributors consider the problems implicit in these changing economies at all levels, from household strategy to state and policy formation. Surviving Post-Socialisms covers a huge geographical area and explores many other themes such as: gender; ethnicity; migration; employment and labour patterns; changing family structures; and ideas of nationalism. By emphasising local level experience, regional difference and the use actors make of local knowledge in developing survival strategies, this study argues that local level research is essential to an understanding of the transformation process in the post-socialist countries. David Anderson, University of Alberta, Canada, Marta Bruno, University of Wolverhampton, UK, Sarah Green, University of Manchester, UK, Myriam Hivon, Montreal, Canada, D

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[目次]

  • Preface
  • Introduction Transitions to Post-socialism and Cultures of Survival, Frances Pine, Susan Bridges
  • When 'Land' becomes 'territory': Land Privatisation and Ethnicity in rural Bulgaria Deema Kanneff
  • The Bullied Farmer: Social Pressure as a Survival Strategy? Myriam Hivon
  • Living in a subterranean landscape: Identity politics in post-soviet Khakassia David Anderson
  • We should build a statue to Ceaucescu here: the trauma of de-collectivisation in two Romanian Villages Michael Stewart
  • Post-communist Neighbours: Relocating Gender in a Greek-Albanian Border Community Sarah Green
  • Dealing with Fragmentation: the consequences of privatisation for rural women in central and southern Poland Frances Pine
  • Gypsy Self Governments in Post-Socialist Hungary Martin Kovacs
  • Divergent Responses to Land and Agricultural Restructuring in the Russian Federation Louise Perrotta
  • Playing the Cooperation Game: strategies around international aid in post-socialist Russia Marta Bruno
  • Survival Strategies in an Industrial Town in East Ukraine Michael Walker
  • Tackling the market: the experience of three Moscow women's organisations Susan Bridger

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書名 Surviving post-socialism : local strategies and regional responses in eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union
著作者等 Bridger, Susan
Bridger Sue
Pine Frances
シリーズ名 Routledge studies of societies in transition
出版元 Routledge
刊行年月 1998
ページ数 xvi, 224 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0415158508
NCID BA33268614
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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