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Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований

Опубликовано на портале: 26-01-2015
Beate Fieseler Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2014.  № 3. С. 119-121. 

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Опубликовано на портале: 26-01-2015
Amieke Bouma Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2014.  № 3. С. 27-54. 
This article looks at the strategies of former GDR state, security service, and army personnelinterest groups unified in the East German Board of Associations (OKV). The largestof these, the Joint Initiative for the Protection of the Social Rights of Former Membersof Armed Bodies and the Customs Administration of the GDR (ISOR), aims to achievethe full restoration of the original pension rights of these groups — and especially offormer Stasi members. Since its establishment in 1991, ISOR has chosen legal complaintsas its main form of action. This strategy is accompanied by petitioning and sendingletters to politicians. I argue that ISOR’s choice of strategies is largely motivated bythe organization’s isolated position in German society, which makes successful politicalaction unlikely. ISOR’s demands are also directly linked to specific laws that can be protestedin court. Yet the quickness with which a legal strategy was taken up in 1991 isremarkable and suggests that earlier experiences with legal procedures and petitioningin the GDR also influenced this choice. The paper is based on a broad survey of OKV publications,as well as on personal observations of OKV meetings and 29 interviews withmembers of different OKV organizations in Berlin in 2012 and 2013.
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Опубликовано на портале: 30-04-2014
Anna Paretskaya Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2014.  № 1. С. 130-132. 

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Опубликовано на портале: 22-07-2011
Милая Анастасия Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2011.  № 1. С. 198-200. 
Светлана Стивенсон работает в рамках качественной парадигмы, используя не статистические, а «мягкие» методы исследования. Такой подход позволяет  глубже  оценить  причины  попадания  «на  дно»,  представить  многогранность повседневной жизни его обитателей.
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Опубликовано на портале: 13-06-2012
Yulia Antonyan Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2012.  № 1. С. 76-100. 
The terms “intelligentsia” and “intellectuals”—in Armenian, mtavorakanutiun— are frequently used in the Armenian political, cultural, and domestic life but are conceptualized and interpreted differently in different contexts. In this article, I describe the central discursive patterns of self-identification and self-representation among the contemporary Armenian intelligentsia. The article reveals both continuities and disruptions with the Russian and Armenian intelligentsia of pre- revolutionary, Soviet, and post-Soviet times, which leads to new conclusions about the group and its role in ongoing projects of nation- and state-building. The Armenian intelligentsia exists as a set of variations on an imagined cultural and social construct that needs constant fine-tuning and elaboration. The continuous implicit or explicit discourse on identification, forms of representation and cultural manifestation, and social roles of the intelligentsia is an important part of the ongoing process of reconciliation and negotiation of the boundaries between old and new identities, social structures, hierarchies, roles, behavioral codes, and systems of values in the modernized and globalized Armenian society. In English, extended summary in Russian.
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Опубликовано на портале: 30-04-2014
Александрина Владимировна Ваньке Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2014.  № 1. С. 154-158. 

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Опубликовано на портале: 26-01-2015
Marianna Muravyeva Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2014.  № 3. С. 93-104. 
This article offers an overview of the literature and methodological attitudes to the“culture of complaint.” Complaining is a popular form of communication in present-day Russian society. It has received the attention of scholars of the Soviet period in Russianhistory as a specific mass form of popular political participation and relationship withthe authorities. However, the reasons for and origins of mass complaining need furtherresearch. This article offers an analysis of possible developments in such research withspecific focus on gender, emotional regimes of complaint, and the comparative analysisof cultures of complaint.
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Опубликовано на портале: 03-04-2013
Hugo Reinert Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2012.  № 3. С. 67-83. 
The article examines the emergence of waste as an industrial category in the context of contemporary indigenous Sámi reindeer pastoralism and slaughter in northern Norway. In recent decades, commercially available substitutes and the industrial reorganization of slaughter have displaced traditional methods of extraction and utilization. As a result, the slaughtered reindeer body has been reorganized within new regimes of waste and waste management. Focusing on the relationship between disposal and harm, the fi rst half of the article explores some of the reorientations involved in this transition. The second half links the emergence of industrial waste, as the worthless surplus of an anonymous carcass, to the formation of a disposable surplus at the populational level. Is there a link between the anonymous disposability of reindeer parts, constituted as the worthless waste of industrial modernity, and the anonymous disposability of living reindeer constituted within state biopolitics?
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Опубликовано на портале: 03-04-2013
Francisco Martínez Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2012.  № 3. С. 105-122. 
In the present essay I explain how the exaltation of glamour in Russia and the persecution of queer sexual practices belong to the same normalizing strategy, which aims to freeze ideological discourse and empower conservative nodal points of Vladimir Putin’s political regime. By analyzing the genealogy of “glamour” and the emergence of the term in the post-Soviet context, I explore how the glorifi cation of certain sexual practices to the exclusion of others limits the possibilities for symbolic alternatives within Russian society. The study of certain erotic phenomena intimately related with the process of subjectifi cation illuminates how hegemony is articulated in post-Soviet Russia.
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Опубликовано на портале: 25-05-2015
Jeanmarie Rouhier-Willoughby Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2015.  № 1. С. 51-70. 
This article examines narratives about the Holy Spring of Iskitim gathered from visitors to the spring and from two local priests as well as members of their congregation. The holy spring is located on the site of the former Gulag quarry in the town of Lozhok in the Iskitim region. According to the most common folk belief, the spring is holy as a result of the execution of forty religious martyrs on this site by prison guards. These vernacular beliefs about the spring serve to reframe regional memory about the Gulag as well as local identity in the postsocialist context. The analysis relies on psychological, historical,anthropological, and folklore research on the role of narrative in coping with thememory of traumatic events.
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Опубликовано на портале: 20-10-2010
Karina Bidaseca Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2010.  № 2. С. 257-274. 
The primary focus of this article is to analyze, through the study of a trial that borders on the absurd (yet is not an exception), how a subsistence economy and a peasant  way  of  life  were  brutally  interrupted  by  an  auction,  and  how  subalternity could be momentarily interrupted by the peasants’ agency.
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Опубликовано на портале: 15-09-2010
Mikhail Rozhansky Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2009.  № 1. С. 216-218. 
“Professional” and “academic” are not precisely synonymous; what is meant here, apparently, is “addressed to professionals.” If we are to free critical, policy, and public sociology from standards of scholarly professionalism, we may just as well give up any hope for the future of social research in Russia. In that case, sociology will remain an activity based in offices and libraries. We would give a stamp of approval to a journalistic style in critical and public sociology, and make academic sociology so speculative that theoretical work would be divorced from “practical reason.”
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Опубликовано на портале: 22-07-2011
Katharina Klingseis Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2011.  № 1. С. 84-115. 
Robert  Pfaller  has  argued  that  glamour  has  declined  in  the  public  space  of Western societies in response to calls for more authenticity voiced in the cultural revolution of 1968. Among the urban middle class in post-Soviet Russia, in contrast, glamour  continues  to  serve  as  an  ideological  representation  of  power.  Helped  by glamour ideology, status rituals banned from official discourse throughout the Soviet era have gone from “collective repressed” to cultural imperative. Based on interviews with  three  generations  of  women  in  Yekaterinburg  and  in  and  near  Moscow,  the article  analyzes  glamour  as  a  micro-mechanism  of  power  (Foucault).  For  women socialized  under  Stalin,  elegance  under  conditions  of  scarcity  was  a  matter  of inventiveness.  For  the  Khrushchev  generation,  glamour  is  related  to  normative notions of taste, status, and femininity. For young urban professionals today, dress is a tool for achieving professional and private goals.
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Опубликовано на портале: 19-10-2010
Mariana Heredia, Olessia Kirtchik Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2010.  № 2. С. 22-64. 
The 1970s and 80s saw a wave of market liberalization in Latin America, Africa, and Asia, but also in the United States and Western Europe. It reached Central and Eastern  Europe  just  as  the  socialist  bloc  was  disintegrating.  To  explain  this exceptionally universal movement, a number of studies have emphasized that the changes went hand in hand with a very specifi c reconfi guration of the frameworks and actors implicated in the development and implementation of the decisions to liberalize.
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Опубликовано на портале: 22-07-2011
Elena Bogdanova, Mischa Gabowitsch Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2011.  № 1. С. 5-13. 
Introduction to a thematic issue on ethnographic approaches to contemporary Russia  by  foreign  researchers  from  a  variety  of  fields.  The  issue  is  based  on  a conference held in Saint Petersburg in 2009, itself modeled after a similar conference in Germany ten years earlier. Integrating the foreign gaze into one’s own self-image is a straightforwardly useful exercise for social scientists from Germany and Western countries that have a history of colonial or hegemonic control over countries from the Global South. In Russia, whose self-image was shaped by foreign observers from the beginnings of academic study, the experiment is more complicated. Nevertheless, foreign  ethnographers  can  contribute  useful  insights  qua  foreigners.  However, Russia’s  alterity,  obvious  to  an  older  generation  of  Westerners  visiting  the  Soviet Union,  is  no  longer  a  matter  of  course  for  their  younger  colleagues  with  more transnational biographies.
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