Normality, control and the state. Review of "Balkan Blues. Consumer Politics After State Socialism” by Yuson Jung, Indiana University Press: Bloomington 2019, pp. 192

Keywords: post-socialism, Bulgaria, consumption, state

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Published
2020-12-18
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Bielenin-Lenczowska, K. (2020). Normality, control and the state. Review of "Balkan Blues. Consumer Politics After State Socialism” by Yuson Jung, Indiana University Press: Bloomington 2019, pp. 192. Ethnologia Polona, 41. https://doi.org/10.23858/ethp.2020.41.2307