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    Ida Harboe Knudsen, Martin Demant Frederiksen, "Ethnographies of Grey Zones in Eastern Europe: Relations, Borders and Invisibilities"
    2015 | ISBN-10: 1783084138, 178308412X | 212 pages | PDF | 1 MB

    Over the last two decades, Eastern Europe has experienced extensive changes in geo-political relocations and relations leading to everyday uncertainty. Attempts to establish liberal democracies, re-orientations from planned to market economics, and a desire to create 'new states' and internationally minded 'new citizens' has left some in poverty, unemployment and social insecurity, leading them to rely on normative coping and semi-autonomous strategies for security and social guarantees. This anthology explores how grey zones of governance, borders, relations and invisibilities affect contemporary Eastern Europe.
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