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and social capital in post-socialism are also expected to provide an advantage to their offspring. If anything, after the events triggered by the landslide victory of Solidarność in Poland and the fall of the Berlin Wall, income inequality driven by economic liberalization might have become an even

In: Comparative Sociology
Author: Gianfranco Bria

Religiosity , ed. Olivier Roy and Arolda Elbasani (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), 1-19, p. 5. 3 On these processes, see Gerald Creed, Masquerade and Post-Socialism: Ritual and Culture Dispossession in Bulgaria (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2011). 4 Arolda Elbasani and Olivier Roy, “Islam in

In: Journal of Muslims in Europe

Inner Asia 10 (2008): 353–65 © 2008 Global Oriental Ltd The End of post-socialism? An account of the 1st of July riots in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia GRÉGORY DELAPLACE, CHRISTOPHER KAPLONSKI & DAVID SNEATH University of Cambridge On 1 July, 2008, rioters set fire to the headquarters building of the

In: Inner Asia

(London, uk & New York, us : Verso: 2015) isbn 978-1-78168-620-1. Welcome to the desert of post-socialism: Radical politics after Yugoslavia , edited by philosopher Srećko Horvat and political scientist and writer Igor Štiks, was published two and a half decades after the beginning

In: Southeastern Europe
Author: Dalibor Mišina

, arguing that the nostalgic memory of socialism is a sociocultural response to the destabilizing and disorienting effect of the post-socialist transition and the resultant sense of an “unsettling present” and “uncertain future.” In this context, “post-socialism” is cast as a transitional and

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies
Author: Elizabeth Turk

. 2015 . Statistical Yearbook 2015 . Ulaanbaatar : National Statistics Office of Mongolia . Pine , F. 2002 . Retreat to the household? Gendered domains in post-socialist Poland , in C. Hann (ed.). Post-socialism: Ideals, ideologies and practices in Eurasia : 95 – 113 . London

In: Inner Asia

This paper describes a brief history of sexuality in Mongolian society as related to the various types of political regime that dominated the course of the last century. Based on the assertion that sexuality is subject to change, the central argument of the paper is that, by looking at the nature of sexual practices and values, it is possible to describe the very nature of political power that is one of the important drivers to bring about such changes.

In: Inner Asia
In: Culture and Social Transformations
In: Mirroring Europe
Author: Jeta Mulaj

Srećko Horvat and Igor Štiks (eds.) Welcome to the Desert of Post-Socialism: Radical Politics After Yugoslavia , London: Verso, 2014 Transition Politics and Stability A banner hangs from a burnt-out building in Prizren, Kosova, announcing ‘Europe Begins Here’. Irrespective of the

In: Historical Materialism