Социјална конструкција (пост)постсоцијалистичке реалности: етнографско истраживање свакодневног

ДОИ: https://doi.org/10.2298/GEI1901121S УДК 39:316.42"20" Оригинални научни рад

  • Marina Simić Факултет политичких наука – Универзитет у Београду
    marina.simic@fpn.bg.ac.rs

Сажетак

У овом раду анализира се једна од основних теза Бергера и Лукмана изнета у познатој књизи Социјална конструкција стварности (ор. 1966) по којој су простор и време свакодневице кључни за раузмевање начина на који настаје наша социјалнa стварност. Полазећи од постулата Бергера и Лукмана, ауторка указује на могућност употребе етнографије као теоријско-методолошког оквира за разумевање постсоцијалистичке трансформације у Европи. Објашњавајући значење овог појма, ауторка предлаже да се улога сећања (и на социјализам и на прве године „транзиције“) у разумевању
садашњице и замишљању будућности сагледа посредством анализе свакодневних пракси, уместо уобичајеног фокуса на наративе. Користећи наведени теоријско-методолошки оквир, ауторка нуди ново читање неких од централних тема постсоцијалистичке трансформације у Србији, као што су друшто, држава морал и „нормалност“.
Кључне речи: социјална конструкција стварности, свакодневни живот, етнографија, (пост)постсоцијализам

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SIMIĆ, Marina. Социјална конструкција (пост)постсоцијалистичке реалности: етнографско истраживање свакодневног. Гласник Етнографског института САНУ, [S.l.], v. 67, n. 1, p. 121-134, may 2019. ISSN 2334-8259. Доступно на:
<http://www.ei.sanu.ac.rs/index.php/gei/article/view/797>.
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