|Statement||Melanie Tatur (ed.).|
|LC Classifications||JN96.A58 M345 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||381003813X, 3810038148|
The Making of Regions in Post-Socialist Europe — the Impact of Culture, Economic Structure and Institutions Case Studies from Poland, Hungary, Romania Brand: VS Verlag Für Sozialwissenschaften. Read "The Making of Regions in Post-Socialist Europe — the Impact of Culture, Economic Structure and Institutions Case Studies from Poland, Hungary, Romania and Ukraine Volume I" by available from Rakuten Kobo. 1 Research Idea: History and Regional Diversity Post-socialist societies in Europe can bBrand: VS Verlag Für Sozialwissenschaften. Get this from a library! The Making of Regions in Post-Socialist Europe - the Impact of Culture, Economic Structure and Institutions: Case Studies from Poland, Hungary, Romania and Ukraine Volume I. [Melanie Tatur] -- The study combines the debate on regionalisation with transformation research. It regards the formation of regional actors and institutions not primarily from the perspective of. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (ix, pages). Contents: Why borders in Eastern Europe? --Eastern Europe, "transition", and the re-making of space spatiality and borderness --Multi-level bordering: borders, scale and the "new regionalism" --Virtual territoriality and multi-level bordering in the "virtual" Baltic Sea region --Russia and.
The first part of the book presents the conceptual framework as it sets out to embrace this multi-faceted, multi-layered nature of borders. In the second part, case studies from north-central Europe, including the Baltic Sea Region, exemplify the complexity of borders in the context of post-socialist transformation and continuing EU-isation. Tatur M. () Introduction: Conceptualising the Analysis of “Making Regions” in Post-socialist Europe. In: Tatur M. (eds) The Making of Regions in Post-Socialist Europe — the Impact of Culture, Economic Structure and Institutions. Book; Global geographies of post-socialist transition: geographies, societies, policies. Herrschel, T. Borders in post-socialist Europe: territory, scale, society on bridging old and new divisions in regional governance between core and periphery in Europe's east and west. Regions Magazine. (1), pp. doi/ Book Description. Post-Socialist Urban Infrastructures critically elaborates on often forgotten, but some of the most essential, aspects of contemporary urban life, namely infrastructures, and links them to a discussion of post-socialist transformation.. As the skeletons of cities, infrastructures capture the ways in which urban environments are assembled and urban lives unfold.
Post Socialist Political Graffiti In The Balkans And Central Europe Post Socialist Political Graffiti In The Balkans And Central Europe by Mitja Velikonja. Download it Post Socialist Political Graffiti In The Balkans And Central Europe books also available in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format for read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. The book theorises discussions of political. This theoretically and empirically grounded book uses case studies of political graffiti in the post-socialist Balkans and Central Europe to explore the use of graffiti as a subversive political media. Despite the increasing global digitisation, graffiti remains widespread and popular, providing with a few words or images a vivid visual indication of cultural conditions, social dynamics and. "The images contained in this fascinating study of graffiti and street art in the Balkans and Central Europe represent a major effort to open a window to the complexities of the region's development since the end of the Cold War, complemented by a innovative quantitative as well as qualitative analysis of post-socialist popular art and : Mitja Velikonja. Is there a distinctly East European capitalism? This volume analyzes democratization and economic change in the postsocialist societies of East Central Europe. It demonstrates that the collapse of communism was not the same across the region and that the differences in how the pieces fell shaped the building blocks used for reconstructing political systems and restructuring economies in the.