Stewart, MS; (1998) We should build a Statue to Ceausescu here: the trauma of de-collectivisation in two Romanian villages. In: Bridger, S and Pine, F, (eds.) Surviving Post Socialism: Local Strategies and regional responses in eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. (66 - 79). Routledge: London.
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De-collectivisation had, in the short term, surprisingly disruptive impacts upon local forms of survival and subsistence. This chapter contrasts the position of two villages, one which benefitted hugely from the incompetence of the Romanian communist state and the other of which suffered thus.
|Title:||We should build a Statue to Ceausescu here: the trauma of de-collectivisation in two Romanian villages|
|Keywords:||shepherds, farmers, enterpreneurship|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences > Anthropology|
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