Transforming Socialist Landscape

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Transforming Socialist Landscape
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10.5446/4462 (DOI)
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2010
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English
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Niepytalska, Marta
Hahn, Alec
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2010
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Munich

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Der Wandel vom Sozialismus zum Postsozialismus hat viele Aspekte des Lebens in Osteuropa beeinflusst. Carson Fellow Stefan Dorondel betrachtet, wie dieser Wechsel die Nutzung von Land beeinflusst hat. Dabei benutzt er anthropologische Teilnehmer-Betrachter-Methoden und beobachtet, wie sich die Menschen in Beziehung zur Landschaft verändern, und umgekehrt. Stefan Dorondel ist Anthropologe mit Interesse am postsozialistischen Landbesitzer-System sowie an der Veränderung der Landnutzung.
The transition from socialism to post-socialism has affected many aspects of life in Eastern Europe. By using anthropological participant-observer methodologies, Carson Fellow Stefan Dorondel looks at how this shift impacted land use in these regions. He considers both how people change in relation to the landscape and vice versa. Dr. Dorondel is an anthropologist interested in post-socialist land tenure systems and in land use change.
Keywords Umwelt Postsozialismus Veraenderung von Landschaften Sozialismus transformation of landscapes socialism post-socialism environmental anthropology Romania
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