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Bibliography BAZIŃSKA, B. (1970): “Wierzenia i Praktyki Magiczne Pasterzy w Tatrach Polskich”. In Włodzimierz Antoniewicz (ed.) Pasterstwo Tatr Polskich i Podhala . Wrocław: Zakład Narodowy im Ossolińskich, pp. 65-229. CEKLARZ, K. (2013): “Bulanda − Czarownik i Znachor z Gorców w Świetle Badań Etnograficznych z lat 1960-1966.” In Wierchy 16, pp. 127-152. Council Regulation (EC) No 510/2006. 2006. “Application for Registration in Accordance with Articles 5 and 17(2) ‘OSCYPEK.’” Official Journal of the European Union, 6(510):C 180/94 – C 180/97. Retrieved ( http

country which just recently changed its name to open negotiations for accession to the European Union and NATO. I have spent some time in this former Yugoslav republic in the past, so I knew that this country offers many areas and inspiration for ethnological research. The project was called Spring School: Ethnology of Socialism and it was organized by the Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology of the University of SS. Cyril and Methodius in Skopje. The project took place during the first ten days of May in a small town Kriva Palanka, located near the Bulgarian

REFERENCES Arfire R. (2011). The Moral Regulation of the Second Europe: Transition, Europeanization and the Romanians. Critical Sociology , 37(6): 853–870. Ban C. (2014). Dependenţă și dezvoltare. Economia politică a capitalismului românesc. Cluj: Tact. Behr H. (2007). The European Union in the legacies of imperial rule? EU accession politics viewed from a historical comparative perspective. European Journal of International Relations , 13(2): 240-291. Behr H. and Stivachtis Y.A. (Eds.), (2016). Revisiting the European Union as Empire. London: Routledge


The article presents a few of the demographic transformations in Romania in the period after the fall of the communist regime in 1989, when the new social circumstances, along with legal changes, had an undeniable effect on the manifestation of the demographic phenomena and thus on the volume and the structure of the population. The present article summarizes and also describes the transformations, with a few attempts at explaining them, without, however, aligning to any major theory that attempts to explain what has happened and to predict what will come next. In order to avoid entrapment within an enclosed discursive universe, there will be references to the situation of other countries, mainly in the geographical area of Romania and, more widely, in the European Union. The demographic phenomena that are analysed individually are fertility and mortality, which have a direct impact on the natural growth of the population. There are only a few suggestions on transnational migration in the section devoted to the changes of the population. Last, but not least, the text is a critical analysis of some of the official demographic statistics put forward by the National Institute of Statistics and even by EUROSTAT – data that is questionable or outright false and risks misleading the reader that is less familiar with the demographic situation of Romania.

multiculturalism) and misreported and misunderstood the laws and policies on culture and religion in Europe. This article addresses these relationships in an exploration of religion and culture in the European Union (EU), and while concurring about the importance of religious issues, this article argues for a disentanglement of the two as a necessary step in engaging with the real religious differences within and across the EU. An earlier version of this paper appeared in Mansouri (2017) , 145-170. The European Community is the unique and fascinating development of an initially

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