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Schwartz, Matthias

Eastern European Youth Cultures in a Global Context

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Matthias Schwartz, Heike Winkel

Part I. Reconsidering Generational Change

2. The End of Childhood and/or the Discovery of the Tineidzher? Adolescence in Soviet and Post-Soviet Culture
Catriona Kelly

3. Youth Cultures and the Formation of a New Political Generation in Eastern Europe
Ken Roberts

4. Fast Forward to Capitalism? Accelerated Youth in Post-Socialism
Herwig Reiter, Christine Steiner

5. Revival without Nostalgia: The ‘Dizel’ Movement, Serbian 1990s Cultural Trauma and Globalised Youth Cultures
Jovana Papović, Astrea Pejović

6. Symptom of the Loser and the Melancholy of the Post-Soviet Generation
Tamara Hundorova

Part II. Popular Belongings: Subcultural Places and Globalised Spaces

7. ‘Rap on Rap Is Sacred’: The Appropriation of Hip Hop in the Czech Republic
Anna Oravcová

8. Flaming Flares, Football Fanatics and Political Rebellion: Resistant Youth Cultures in Late Capitalism
Dominik Antonowicz, Radosław Kossakowski, Tomasz Szlendak

9. Everything Feels Bad: Figurations of the Self in Contemporary Eastern European Literature
Matthias Schwartz

10. ‘Bright Reference Point of Our Youth’: Bondy, Podsiadło and the Redefinition of the Underground
Alfrun Kliems

Part III. Reshaping Political Activism: Between Rebellion and Adjustment

11. Fallen Vanguards and Vanished Rebels? Political Youth Involvement in Extraordinary Times
Félix Krawatzek

12. ‘To Serve like a Man’ — Ukraine’s Euromaidan and the Questions of Gender, Nationalism and Generational Change
Sabine Roβmann

13. The Conception of Revolutionary Youth in Maksim Gor’kii’s The Mother and Zakhar Prilepin’s San’kia

Matthias Meindl

14.
‘Polittusovka’ — An Alternative Public Space of Young Politicians in Contemporary Russia
Anna Zhelnina

Part IV. Contested Agency: Civic Engagement and Everyday Practices

15. Youth Cultures in Contemporary Russia: Memory, Politics, Solidarities
Elena Omelchenko, Guzel Sabirova

16. Public Discourse and Volunteer Militias in Post-Soviet Russia
Gleb Tsipursky

17. Battlefield Internet: Young Russian SNS Users and New-Media State Propaganda
Vera Zvereva

18. ‘Flashy’ Pictures: Social Activist Comics and Russian Youth
José Alaniz

19. Youth in the Post-Soviet Space: Is the Central Asian Case Really So Different?
Stefan B. Kirmse

Keywords: Social Sciences, Childhood, Adolescence and Society, Sociology, general, European Politics, Youth Culture, Urban Studies/Sociology, Regional and Cultural Studies

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
386 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137385130
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-55912-1

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