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Title Global villages : rural and urban transformations in contemporary Bulgaria / edited by Ger Duijzings.

Publication Info. London : Anthem Press, 2013.


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Description 1 online resource (222 pages)
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Series Anthem series on Russia, East European and Eurasion studies
Anthem series on Russian, East European and Eurasian studies.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction / Ger Duijzings -- Rural-urban relations in a global age / Deema Kaneff -- Every village, a different story : tracking rural diversity in Bulgaria / Gerald Creed -- Smugglers into millionaires : marginality and shifting cultural hierarchies in a Bulgarian border town / Galia Valtchinova -- Rural decline as the epilogue to communist modernization : the case of a socialist model village / Lenka Nahodilova -- No wealth without networks and personal trust : new capitalist agrarian entrepreneurs in the Dobrudzha / Christian Giordano and Dobrinka Kostova -- Inheritance after restitution : modern legislative norms and customary practices in rural Bulgaria / Petko Hristov -- Rural, urban and rurban : everyday perceptions and practices / Daniela Koleva -- The koprivshtitsa festival : from national icon to globalized village event / Liz Mellish -- Fashioning markets : brand geographies in Bulgaria / Ulrich Ermann -- Greek (ad)ventures in Sofia : economic elite mobility and new cultural hierarchies at the margins of Europe / Aliki Angelidou and Dimitra Kofti.
Note Description based on print version record.
Subject Urbanization -- Bulgaria.
Bulgaria -- Rural conditions.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Duijzings, Gerlachlus, 1961-
Other Form: Print version: Global villages : rural and urban transformations in contemporary Bulgaria. London : Anthem Press, 2013 vi, 212 pages ; 24 cm. Anthem series on Russia, East European and Eurasion studies 9780857280732 (OCoLC)856647644 (DLC) 2013031035
ISBN 9780857280848 (e-book)

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