Статус жртве и непоправљиви губици: Српски ветерани постјугословенских ратова

DOI: https://doi.org/10.2298/GEI1701097D UDC 364:341.321″1990/20″(497.11) Original scientific paper

Сажетак

У овом чланку истражујем како су се српски ратни ветерани постјугословенских
ратова позиционирали у односу на државу која је у великој мери игнорисала њихове
захтеве за материјалним и симболичким признањем. Показујем како је ово стање
утицало на положај ветерана у српском послератном друштву и тврдим да је
очигледна небрига за њихове неприлике битно утицала на њихово искуство
вишеструких губитака и недостатака, као и на стварање посебног ветеранског
субјективитета. Ово се дешавало након низа изгубљених ратова и у контексту
двосмислености и неразрешених контрадикција, у којем, две деценије након
завршетка ратова, још увек нису постојали службени подаци о величини ветеранске
популације нити о њиховим основним потребама. Како бих разоткрио и истражио шта
се може научити из овог случаја, ослањам се на увиде антропологије државе и тврдим
да њена ограничења могу бити превазиђена кориштењем Фукоовог појма управљања
(governmentality).).



Кључне речи: друштвено признање, држава, управљање (governmentality), ратни
ветерани, статус жртве, Србија.

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Примљено / Received: 19. 01. 2017.
Прихваћено / Accepted: 21. 03. 2017.
Објављено
31.08.2017.
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DOKIĆ (GERMANY), Goran. Статус жртве и непоправљиви губици: Српски ветерани постјугословенских ратова. Гласник Етнографског института САНУ, [S.l.], v. 65, n. 1, p. 97-110, aug. 2017. ISSN 2334-8259. Доступно на:
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