Časopis Sociologija 2018 (1)

Vol 60, 2018 – broj 1

Članci

Editor’s word

Marina Hughson , pp: 9-10

 

Gender and Economic Inequalities: Trends in Feminist Economics and Sociology at the Centre and Semi-Periphery of the Global Knowledge Production System

Marija Babović, pp: 11-34

 

 

Theorising the Effect of Transition on Female Labour Force in the European Semi-Periphery: An Interdisciplinary Methodology

Sonja Avlijaš, pp: 35-49

 

 

Small-Scale Family Entrepreneurship as Support to the Neoliberal State in Post-Socialist Serbia

Tatjana Đuric Kuzmanović, pp: 50-63

 

 

Living in Precarity: Ethnography of Everyday Struggles of Single Mothers In Lithuania

Laura Lapinske, pp: 64-83

 

 

Breastfeeding Divisions in Ethics and Politics of Feminism

Suzana Ignjatović, Željka Buturović, pp: 84-95

 

 

Nove reproduktivne tehnologije u Srbiji – ko su žene u nacionalnom programu vantelesne oplodnje?

Ksenija Kričković Pele, Marija Zotović Kostić, pp: 96-111

 

 

Postmoderni feminizam i ometenost: ka višestrukim identitetima ‘ometenih’ tela

Luka Mijatović, Mirko Filipović, pp: 112-126

 

 

Feministička kritika koncepta otpornosti – transformacija subverzivnog u normativno

Olivera Pavićević, Aleksandra Bulatović, pp: 127-141

 

 

Lexicon of Tanjas Ostojić and Feminism in Transition

Bojana Videkanic, pp: 142-162

 

 

Feminist Productions ‘In Need of Saving’: From Savemelania To Saveeuropeansemiperiphery

Nina Perger, Milica Antić Gaber, pp: 163-176

 

 

Progressivist Gender-Based Activism as a Means of Social Antagonism in Hungary Through Two Case Studies

Dalma Feró, Orsolya Bajusz, pp: 177-193

 

 

Scenes in and Outside the Library: Continuity and Change in Contesting Feminist Knowledge on the Semi-Periphery

Blanka Nyklová, Nina Fárová, pp: 194-209

 

 

A Case Study of Retraditionalization and Clericalization of Croatian Society: ‘Feminist Threat’ at the Governing Position of a Higher Education Institution

Branka Galić, pp: 210-225

 

 

Gender and Women’s Studies: Situated Academic Marginalization

Dayan Cansu, pp: 226-242

 

 

Obrazovanje i proizvodnja znanja na poluperiferiji – feministička/rodna perspektiva

Milena Karapetrović, pp: 243-254

 

 

Gender and Migration Re-visited: Production of Knowledge and Feminism (in) Between Semi-periphery and the Core

Tanja Višić, Dunja Poleti Ćosić, pp: 255-274

 

 

Urbanization and Urban Planning at the European Semiperiphery: Unintended Gender Consequences

Ana Pajvančić-Cizelj, Marina Hughson, pp: 275-287

 

 

Feministički pristup diskurzivnoj kritici rodne ravnopravnosti

Ljiljana Čičkarić, pp: 288-298

 

 

Proizvodnja znanja i javne politike u Srbiji: za i protiv urodnjavanja

Zorana Antonijević, pp: 299-312

 

 

Od rodno slepog ka rodno inkluzivnom visokom obrazovanju u Srbiji: akcioni planovi za urodnjavanje

Nevena Petrušić, Dragica Vujadinović, pp: 313-329

 

 

Visoke akademske pozicije u Srbiji: mogućnosti za pripadnice nacionalnih zajednica?

Karolina Lendák-Kabók, pp: 330-346

 

 

Kritički osvrt na aktuelnu debatu o ‘islamskom feminizmu’ – Šta je islamsko, a šta feminističko u ‘islamskom feminizmu’?

Milica Resanović, pp: 347-362

 

 

Religious Feminism Periphery Within The Semi-Periphery In The Balkans

Zilka Spahić-Šiljak, pp: 363-375

 

 

Žene, pamćenje i istorija: autobiografika kao suočavanje sa prošlošću i sredstvo za kreiranje drugačije budućnosti

Svetlana Tomić, pp: 376-388

 

 

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