Post-co? Przydatność kategorii „postsocjalizmu” w badaniach antropologicznych w byłej Jugosławii

Karolina Bielenin-Lenczowska

Abstrakt

Post-what? The Category of "postsocjalism" and Its Usefulness in Anthropological Research in the Former Yugoslavia

The aim of this paper is a look into a notion of “ostsocialism” in the context of anthropological research in former Yugoslavia. After a short overview of the definitions of postsocialism, I argue, that this concept is defined too broadly in order to capture complexity of social and cultural life in various post-socialist or post-communist states. In the case of former Yugoslavia I suggest using the term “post-Yugoslav” in order to show a specifics of life in socialist Yugoslavia and in the republics emerged after its collapse. My arguments base on the data collected during ethnographic fieldwork in the Republic of Macedonia. 
Słowa kluczowe: postsocialism, former Yugoslavia, Macedonia, East and West, Europe
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