Postcommunism from Within [electronic resource] : Social Justice, Mobilization, and Hegemony / edited by Jan Kubik and Amy Linch
- Machine generated contents note: pt. ONE GENERAL APPROACHES TO POSTCOMMUNISM -- 1.From Transitology to Contextual Holism: A Theoretical Trajectory of Postcommunist Studies / Jan Kubik -- 2.Social Justice, Social Science, and the Complexities of Postsocialism / John Pickles -- pt. TWO GENDER -- 3.Social Justice, Hegemony, and Women's Mobilizations / Magdalena Grabowska -- 4.Grounds for Hope? Voices of Feminism and Women's Activism in Romania / Laura Lovin -- 5.Transformation to Democracy: The Struggles of Georgian Women / Medea Badashvili -- pt. THREE POVERTY -- 6.Poverty and Popular Mobilization in Postcommunist Capitalist Regimes / Katarzyna Wilk -- 7."Scandalous Ethnicity" and "Victimized Ethnonationalism": Pejorative Representations of Roma in the Romanian Mainstream Media After January 2007 / Iulian Vamanu -- pt. FOUR CORRUPTION -- 8.A Critique of the Global Corruption "Paradigm" / Alma V. Ledeneva -- 9.Informal Payments to Doctors: Corruption or Social Protest? / Rasma Karklins -- 10.Informal Relations in Public Procurement: The Case of East Central and South Eastern Europe / Ase Berit Grodeland.
- 9780814724255, 0814724264, and 9780814724262 (cl : alk. paper)
- "A joint publication of the Social Science Research Council and New York University Press."
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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