Fragmented Identities

Fragmented Identities

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Observing postcommunist Romania with the dual vision of a native and a scholar, Denise Roman focuses on the fluid act of identity-formation, and the construction or absence of identity-politics, in several minority or disempowered groups: youth, Jews, women, and queers. Roman shows how both aesthetic and moral judgments are born from and embedded in popular culture. Fragmented Identities is rich in observation and analysis, broad in scope, and exuberant in its account of cultural innovation and discourse wrought in response to the end of Communism and the influence of globalization.... a washing machine costs around 140 euro, a Sony TV set ranges anywhere from 120 to 300 euro, and a Dacia Logan is ... Along with the shopping mall there are other Western-imported concepts and services, such as fitness clubs offering anbsp;...

Title:Fragmented Identities
Author: Denise Roman
Publisher:Lexington Books - 2007-04-16

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