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

‘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

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