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creating the IDEAL CITIZEN A comparison of Swedish and Estonian practical housing policy in the postwar era

Like many other modern states, both the Soviet Union, with its authoritian socialism, and Sweden, with its social democracy, strived to shape their citizens' lives for the better. Both states considered it their duty actively to plan, organize and control housing.

By Jenny Björkman & Johan Eellend Inga kommentarer till creating the IDEAL CITIZEN

POLITICS, CLASS AND FOOTBALL. LOOKING WEST AND EAST FROM STOCKHOLM

The host countries have a lot riding on not just their teams' performances, but also their management of the tournament.

By Nicholas Aylott 1 kommentar till LOOKING WEST AND EAST FROM STOCKHOLM

Sheila Fitzpatrick A leading lady in Soviet studies

Though once very controversial in the context of the Cold War, Fitzpatrick’s view of totalitarianism in the Soviet Union as something complex, full of contradictions and of different kinds of agency, has now become a commonplace in Russian studies.

By Johan Öberg Inga kommentarer till A leading lady in Soviet studies

Russia: PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS AND THE LEGITIMACY OF POWER

There can be no doubt that Russia has again surprised Western commentators; there had been a good consensus that there would not be major political opposition in Russia,that civil society is weak and there were no alternatives around. Now we have to develop a much more sophisticated analysis. In this article I will concentrate on two issues: legitimacy and interests.

By Markku Kivinen Inga kommentarer till PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS

Do it yourself urbanism. Vertical building extensions

Working-class neighborhoods in post-communist countries have often been depicted as unable to adapt to the new economic situation. Stefan Bouzarovski has studied urban development and reached the conclusion that residents in working-class areas may, in fact, display considerable resilience and adaptability to the new housing market. One coping mechanism has been to enlarge apartments by building so-called vertical building extensions.

By Johnny Rodin Inga kommentarer till Vertical building extensions

Stepping stone into the world. A Conversation on Sociology with Piotr Sztompka

The Polish sociologist Piotr Sztompka explains how he became fascinated by the laws and theories governing the behavior of individuals and the dynamics of society. Soon, his work on social existence, which examines the macro level, will be published.

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