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In 11 ethnographic chapters of Rethinking Ethnography in primary Europe examines how problems with international monetary and cultural dependencies, mobilities, electorate activism, social events, and socio-political elements of post-socialist modernities articulate at the point of daily discourse and practices.
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2001. ” In Poland Beyond Communism. “Transition” in Critical Perspective, edited by Micha ł Buchowski, Edouard Conte, and Carole Nagengast. Fribourg: Fribourg University Press. ———. 2004. ” The Anthropology of East Europe Review 22, 2: 5–14. Eade, John, Stephen Drinkwater, and Micha ł Garapich. 2007. Class and Ethnicity: Polish Migrant Workers in London. Swindon: ESRC. Engbersen, Godfried, Erik Snel, and Jan de Boom. 2010. ” In A Continent Moving West? edited by Richard Black, Godfried Engbersen, Marek Okólski, and Cristina Panţȋru.
Polish culture is generally very self-oriented and Poles who go abroad have this natural tendency for cocooning and not giving away any secrets to others, to strangers [ . . ] This cocooning, for example, you can find it in this thinking here among them [co-nationals], that Polish food is the best [ . . ] and also, there is this working on the black market, which lowers the status of every Pole here. [ . . ] Generally, all of this is inscribed in what really pisses me of in Poland and among Poles—no one talks about this cocooning, they only talk about Polish heroism and heroic emigration and that everyone has to be grateful for it.
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