A házépítés morálökonómiája a kései szocialista Jugoszláviában

Housing shortages in Yugoslav cities were a perennial concern for authorities and citizens alike. They disproportionately affected Yugoslav workers who as a consequence were the demographic most likely to independently construct a family home. This article explores how informal builders justified ho...

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Main Author: Archer Rory
Other Authors: Vukman Péter
Format: Article
Published: 2020
Series:Aetas 35 No. 4
Kulcsszavak:Jugoszlávia története - 20. sz., Lakáspolitika - Jugoszlávia
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Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/71941
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Summary:Housing shortages in Yugoslav cities were a perennial concern for authorities and citizens alike. They disproportionately affected Yugoslav workers who as a consequence were the demographic most likely to independently construct a family home. This article explores how informal builders justified home construction in moral terms, legitimizing it on the basis of physical labour that was invested in home construction. This was couched in both the language register of Yugoslav socialism and patriarchal custom (according to which a male-headed household should enjoy the right to a family home). Construction was also conditioned by the opportunities and constraints of late socialist temporalities.
Physical Description:24-43
ISSN:0237-7934