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Selected Concepts of Contemporary Rural Research: Inspirations and Challenges for Rural Anthropology

LITERATÚRA Abélès, M. (1998). How the anthropology of France has changed anthropology in France: assessing new directions in the field. Cultural Anthropology , 14 (3), 404–408. Abramsson, M., Hagberg, J. E. (2018). What about community sustainability? – dilemmas of ageing in shrinking semi-rural areas in Sweden. Scottish Geographical Journal , 134 (3–4), 103–121. Získané 30. mája 2019, DOI: 10.1080/14702541.2018.1527941. Bański, J. (Ed.). 2019. Three Decades of Transformation in East-Central European Countryside. Springer. Bourdieu

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“Fortune Telling is a Curse on Your Children”: Conver Sion, Fort Une Telling, and Beliefs in Magic Among Roma Women in Estonia

–12. Barany, Zoltan. 2002. The East European Gypsies: Regime Change, Marginality and Ethnopolitics. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. Bartash, Volha. 2015. The Sedentarisation of Roma in the Soviet Union after 1956: A Case Study from the Former Belarussian Soviet Socialist Republic. – Romani Studies 25 (1): 23–51. Bialecki, Jon; Naomi Haynes and Joel Robbins. 2008. The Anthropology of Christianity. – Religion Compass 2 (6): 1139–1158. Bible. www.biblegateway.com (accessed April 1, 2019). Carrizo-Reimann, Agustina. 2011. The Forgotten

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Our People in the World – Slovaks South of Slovakia’s Border I–III

care-giving . Farnham: Ashgate. Tkach, O. (Ed.). (2016). Special issue on domestic workers in the countries of Central Eastern Europe and former Soviet Union: Postsocialist migrations and inequalities. Laboratorium: Russian Review of Social Research, 8(3). Tronto, J. (2002). The ‘nanny‘ question in feminism. Hypatia, 17 (2), 34–51. Uhde, Z. (2009). K feministickému pojetí péče jako kritické kategorie sociální nerovnosti. Sociologický časopis/Czech Sociological Review , 45 (1), 9–29. Triandafyllidou, A., Marchetti, S. (Ed.). (2014

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Notes on the Demographic Transformations in Postcommunist Romania

’s Situation. Romanian Journal of Population Studies, 1:11-32. Rotariu, T. (2010). Nonmarital Births in Romania versus Other European Countries - A Few Considerations. Studia UBB Sociologia, 55(2):37-60. Rotariu, T. (2011). Some Considerations on the End of the Demographic Transition and Post-Transitional Processes. Romanian Journal of Population Studies, 1:5-35. Rotariu, T., Dumănescu, L. (2014). La démographie de la Roumanie pendant la période du régime communiste (1948-1989) [The Demography of Romania during the communist regime (1948

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Writers, Intellectuals, Politics: The Transformation of the Cultural Field in Post-Communist Romania

). Acasă se vorbește în șoaptă [At home we speak only with whispers] . București: Compania. Tolz, V. (2004). “Cultural Bosses” as Patrons and Clients: the Functioning of the Soviet Creative Unions in the Postwar World. In G. Petri (ed.): Patronage. Personal Networks and the Party-State: everyday Life in the Cultural Sphere in Communist Russia and East Central Europe , Trondheim Studies on East European Cultures & Societies, nr. 13, Trondheim. Tomoff, K. (2004). “Most Respected Comrade…” Patrons, Clients, Brokers and Unofficial Networks in the Stalinist Music

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Mutual Influences Between Motherhood and Educational Attainment in Selected Eastern European Countries

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How I Became a ‘Romania Expert’

’. Telos , 70: 193-201. [available through www.stevensampsontexts.com ] Sampson, Steven. (1987). The second economies of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. Annals, American Academy of Political and Social Sciences , 493: 120-136. [available through www.stevensampsontexts.com ] Sampson, Steven. (1989). Romania: house of cards. Telos , 79: 217-224. [available through www.stevensampsontexts.com ] Sampson, Steven. (1994). Dedublarea, diversiunea, și conspirația. Revista 22 , 14: 6. [available through www.stevensampsontexts.com ] Sampson

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From Informal Exchanges to Dual Practices. The Shadows of the Romanian Health Care Reform

with health care services in the new member states of the European Union. Studia UBB Sociologia , 52(2): 125–150. Popescu, L. (2009). Serviciile de îngrijire a sănătății [Health care services]. In M. Preda (ed.), Riscuri și inechități sociale în România. Raportul comisiei prezidențiale pentru analiza riscurilor sociale și demografice [Risks and inequities in Romania . The report of the presidential commission for the analysis of social and demographic risks]. Iași: Polirom, pp.152–167. Rebeleanu, A., Șoitu, D., Gavrilovici, C., Oprea, L. (2013

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Was There a ‘Gypsy Problem’ in Socialist Romania? From Suppressing ‘Nationalism’ to Recognition of a National Minority

Citizenship. The Path of Roma Integration , edited by Will Guy, 41–99. Budapest: Kossuth Publishing. Hancock, Ian. (1981). Talking Back. Roma 6 (1): 13–19. Hancock, Ian. (1988). Reunification and the Role of the International Romani Union. Roma , no. 29: 9–18. Hancock, Ian. (1991). The East European Roots of Romani Nationalism. Nationalities Papers 19 (3): 261–65. Kaminski, Ignacy-Marek. (1980). The State of Ambiguity: Studies of Gypsy Refugees Gothenburg: University of Gothenburg. Lemon, Alaina. (2000). Between Two Fires: Gypsy

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The Bacas and the Priests: How Old Adversaries Came Together to Revive and Reinterpret Tradition

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