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A New Climate for Human Nature? Navigating Social Theory through Postnature, the Anthropocene and Posthumanism

Janković, Stefan

(Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, 2024)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Janković, Stefan
PY  - 2024
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/3804
AB  - By examining debates on the Anthropocene era ignited by new materialist and posthumanist scholarship, this paper aims to discern how these perspectives can reframe the human-nature nexus. It also considers how various “developmentalist” approaches might assume the role traditionally held by the concept of human nature. The first section highlights concerns raised by posthumanist and neomaterialist scholars about the marginalized status of “nature”, life, and biology within dominant constructivist viewpoints. A central argument posits that notions like “denaturalization” and biopolitics amplify societal dominance over nature, pushing social theory towards an anthropocentric and potentially biologically indeterminate stance. Contrasting this, the second section delves into modern interpretations of the planet in social theory, inspired by the emergence of the Anthropocene. This lens reveals a dynamic, co-constitutive relationship, tilting less towards the unilateral commands of “nature” and more towards understanding the evolution of human life and societal structures within Earth’s expansive temporal and spatial realms. The third section further unpacks these developmental ideas by juxtaposing the theories of Bruno Latour and Tim Ingold. The paper contends that both approaches endeavor to illuminate the complex processes underpinning the evolution of life forms, underscoring the significance of culture. In conclusion, the intricate postnatural landscape of the Anthropocene necessitates a more integrated human-nature relationship. This calls for not only discarding dehumanizing facets of human nature, but also fostering a renewed sensibility – a deeper form of humanizing that acknowledges and celebrates our shared existence with other species and entities.
AB  - Proučavajući rasprave o antropocenskoj eri pokrenute od strane novih materijalističkih i posthumanističkih pristupa, ovaj rad nastoji da prepozna kako ove perspektive mogu preoblikovati vezu između čoveka i prirode. Takođe, u radu se razmatra kako različiti „razvojni“ pristupi mogu preuzeti ulogu koju je tradicionalno imao pojam ljudske prirode. Prvi deo ističe
probleme koje posthumanistički i neomaterijalistički uočavaju povodom marginalizovanog
statusa „prirode“, života i biologije unutar dominantnih konstruktivističkih gledišta. Centralni dominaciju nad prirodom, gurajući socijalnu teoriju prema antropocentričnom i potencijalno
biološki neodređenom stavu. Nasuprot tome, drugi deo se bavi modernim tumačenjima planete u socijalnoj teoriji, inspirisanim pojavom antropocena. Kroz ovu perspektivu otkriva se
dinamična, ko-konstitutivna veza, koja manje naginje jednostranom diktatu „prirode“ a više
ka razumevanju evolucije ljudskog života i društvenih struktura unutar prostranih vremenskih i prostornih domena Zemlje. Treći deo dalje razrađuje ove razvojne ideje upoređujući
teorije Bruna Latura i Tima Ingolda. Rad tvrdi da oba pristupa teže osvetljavanju složenih
procesa koji stoje u osnovi evolucije životnih oblika, naglašavajući značaj kulture. Zaključno,
složeni postprirodni pejzaž antropocena zahteva integrisaniji odnos čoveka i prirode. To zahteva ne samo odbacivanje dehumanizirajućih aspekata ljudske prirode, već i podsticanje
obnovljenog senzibiliteta – dublje forme humanizacije koja priznaje i slavi naše zajedničko
postojanje s drugim vrstama i entitetima
PB  - Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju
T2  - Filozofija i društvo / Philosophy and Society
T1  - A New Climate for Human Nature? Navigating Social Theory through Postnature, the Anthropocene and Posthumanism
T1  - Nova klima za ljudsku prirodu? Proučavanje društvene teorije kroz postprirodu, antropocen i posthumanizam
IS  - 1
VL  - 35
SP  - 53
EP  - 80
DO  - 10.2298/FID2401053J
ER  - 
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author = "Janković, Stefan",
year = "2024",
abstract = "By examining debates on the Anthropocene era ignited by new materialist and posthumanist scholarship, this paper aims to discern how these perspectives can reframe the human-nature nexus. It also considers how various “developmentalist” approaches might assume the role traditionally held by the concept of human nature. The first section highlights concerns raised by posthumanist and neomaterialist scholars about the marginalized status of “nature”, life, and biology within dominant constructivist viewpoints. A central argument posits that notions like “denaturalization” and biopolitics amplify societal dominance over nature, pushing social theory towards an anthropocentric and potentially biologically indeterminate stance. Contrasting this, the second section delves into modern interpretations of the planet in social theory, inspired by the emergence of the Anthropocene. This lens reveals a dynamic, co-constitutive relationship, tilting less towards the unilateral commands of “nature” and more towards understanding the evolution of human life and societal structures within Earth’s expansive temporal and spatial realms. The third section further unpacks these developmental ideas by juxtaposing the theories of Bruno Latour and Tim Ingold. The paper contends that both approaches endeavor to illuminate the complex processes underpinning the evolution of life forms, underscoring the significance of culture. In conclusion, the intricate postnatural landscape of the Anthropocene necessitates a more integrated human-nature relationship. This calls for not only discarding dehumanizing facets of human nature, but also fostering a renewed sensibility – a deeper form of humanizing that acknowledges and celebrates our shared existence with other species and entities., Proučavajući rasprave o antropocenskoj eri pokrenute od strane novih materijalističkih i posthumanističkih pristupa, ovaj rad nastoji da prepozna kako ove perspektive mogu preoblikovati vezu između čoveka i prirode. Takođe, u radu se razmatra kako različiti „razvojni“ pristupi mogu preuzeti ulogu koju je tradicionalno imao pojam ljudske prirode. Prvi deo ističe
probleme koje posthumanistički i neomaterijalistički uočavaju povodom marginalizovanog
statusa „prirode“, života i biologije unutar dominantnih konstruktivističkih gledišta. Centralni dominaciju nad prirodom, gurajući socijalnu teoriju prema antropocentričnom i potencijalno
biološki neodređenom stavu. Nasuprot tome, drugi deo se bavi modernim tumačenjima planete u socijalnoj teoriji, inspirisanim pojavom antropocena. Kroz ovu perspektivu otkriva se
dinamična, ko-konstitutivna veza, koja manje naginje jednostranom diktatu „prirode“ a više
ka razumevanju evolucije ljudskog života i društvenih struktura unutar prostranih vremenskih i prostornih domena Zemlje. Treći deo dalje razrađuje ove razvojne ideje upoređujući
teorije Bruna Latura i Tima Ingolda. Rad tvrdi da oba pristupa teže osvetljavanju složenih
procesa koji stoje u osnovi evolucije životnih oblika, naglašavajući značaj kulture. Zaključno,
složeni postprirodni pejzaž antropocena zahteva integrisaniji odnos čoveka i prirode. To zahteva ne samo odbacivanje dehumanizirajućih aspekata ljudske prirode, već i podsticanje
obnovljenog senzibiliteta – dublje forme humanizacije koja priznaje i slavi naše zajedničko
postojanje s drugim vrstama i entitetima",
publisher = "Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju",
journal = "Filozofija i društvo / Philosophy and Society",
title = "A New Climate for Human Nature? Navigating Social Theory through Postnature, the Anthropocene and Posthumanism, Nova klima za ljudsku prirodu? Proučavanje društvene teorije kroz postprirodu, antropocen i posthumanizam",
number = "1",
volume = "35",
pages = "53-80",
doi = "10.2298/FID2401053J"
}
Janković, S.. (2024). A New Climate for Human Nature? Navigating Social Theory through Postnature, the Anthropocene and Posthumanism. in Filozofija i društvo / Philosophy and Society
Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju., 35(1), 53-80.
https://doi.org/10.2298/FID2401053J
Janković S. A New Climate for Human Nature? Navigating Social Theory through Postnature, the Anthropocene and Posthumanism. in Filozofija i društvo / Philosophy and Society. 2024;35(1):53-80.
doi:10.2298/FID2401053J .
Janković, Stefan, "A New Climate for Human Nature? Navigating Social Theory through Postnature, the Anthropocene and Posthumanism" in Filozofija i društvo / Philosophy and Society, 35, no. 1 (2024):53-80,
https://doi.org/10.2298/FID2401053J . .

The Star for Beginners: Introductions to the Magnum Opus of Franz Rosenzweig

Bojanić, Petar; Brasser, Martin; Ciglia, Paolo

(London : Ubiquity Press, 2021)


                                            

                                            
Bojanić, P., Brasser, M.,& Ciglia, P.. (2021). The Star for Beginners: Introductions to the Magnum Opus of Franz Rosenzweig. 
London : Ubiquity Press..
https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.5334/bco
Bojanić P, Brasser M, Ciglia P. The Star for Beginners: Introductions to the Magnum Opus of Franz Rosenzweig. 2021;.
doi:https://doi.org/10.5334/bco .
Bojanić, Petar, Brasser, Martin, Ciglia, Paolo, "The Star for Beginners: Introductions to the Magnum Opus of Franz Rosenzweig" (2021),
https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.5334/bco . .

Cultures of rejection in the Covid-19 crisis

Opratko, Benjamin; Bojadžijev, Manuela; Bojanić, Sanja M.; Fiket, Irena; Harder, Alexander; Jonsson, Stefan; Nećak, Mirjana; Neegard, Anders; Ortega Soto, Celina; Pudar Draško, Gazela; Sauer, Birgit; Čehajić Stojanović, Kristina

(Routledge, 2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Opratko, Benjamin
AU  - Bojadžijev, Manuela
AU  - Bojanić, Sanja M.
AU  - Fiket, Irena
AU  - Harder, Alexander
AU  - Jonsson, Stefan
AU  - Nećak, Mirjana
AU  - Neegard, Anders
AU  - Ortega Soto, Celina
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
AU  - Sauer, Birgit
AU  - Čehajić Stojanović, Kristina
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2636
AB  - This article offers a collectively developed analysis of the Covid-19 crisis as it
relates to contemporary cultures of rejection, i.e. the socio-cultural conditions
in which authoritarian and right-wing populist politics thrive, in Europe. We
explore how the pandemic and its management reinforces, transforms and/or
overrides existing antagonisms and institutes new ones in Serbia, Croatia,
Austria, Germany and Sweden. We discuss how the Covid-19 crisis affects the
rise of new statisms; gendered patterns of social reproduction; mobility and
migration; digital infrastructures; and new political mobilizations
PB  - Routledge
T2  - Ethnic and Racial Studies
T1  - Cultures of rejection in the Covid-19 crisis
VL  - 44
DO  - 10.1080/01419870.2020.1859575
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Opratko, Benjamin and Bojadžijev, Manuela and Bojanić, Sanja M. and Fiket, Irena and Harder, Alexander and Jonsson, Stefan and Nećak, Mirjana and Neegard, Anders and Ortega Soto, Celina and Pudar Draško, Gazela and Sauer, Birgit and Čehajić Stojanović, Kristina",
year = "2021",
abstract = "This article offers a collectively developed analysis of the Covid-19 crisis as it
relates to contemporary cultures of rejection, i.e. the socio-cultural conditions
in which authoritarian and right-wing populist politics thrive, in Europe. We
explore how the pandemic and its management reinforces, transforms and/or
overrides existing antagonisms and institutes new ones in Serbia, Croatia,
Austria, Germany and Sweden. We discuss how the Covid-19 crisis affects the
rise of new statisms; gendered patterns of social reproduction; mobility and
migration; digital infrastructures; and new political mobilizations",
publisher = "Routledge",
journal = "Ethnic and Racial Studies",
title = "Cultures of rejection in the Covid-19 crisis",
volume = "44",
doi = "10.1080/01419870.2020.1859575"
}
Opratko, B., Bojadžijev, M., Bojanić, S. M., Fiket, I., Harder, A., Jonsson, S., Nećak, M., Neegard, A., Ortega Soto, C., Pudar Draško, G., Sauer, B.,& Čehajić Stojanović, K.. (2021). Cultures of rejection in the Covid-19 crisis. in Ethnic and Racial Studies
Routledge., 44.
https://doi.org/10.1080/01419870.2020.1859575
Opratko B, Bojadžijev M, Bojanić SM, Fiket I, Harder A, Jonsson S, Nećak M, Neegard A, Ortega Soto C, Pudar Draško G, Sauer B, Čehajić Stojanović K. Cultures of rejection in the Covid-19 crisis. in Ethnic and Racial Studies. 2021;44.
doi:10.1080/01419870.2020.1859575 .
Opratko, Benjamin, Bojadžijev, Manuela, Bojanić, Sanja M., Fiket, Irena, Harder, Alexander, Jonsson, Stefan, Nećak, Mirjana, Neegard, Anders, Ortega Soto, Celina, Pudar Draško, Gazela, Sauer, Birgit, Čehajić Stojanović, Kristina, "Cultures of rejection in the Covid-19 crisis" in Ethnic and Racial Studies, 44 (2021),
https://doi.org/10.1080/01419870.2020.1859575 . .
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Breaking through the Pandemic Incertitudes: From Hazy Health Care Instruction to Commensuration of Worths among Serbia’s Young Professionals

Resanović, Milica; Janković, Stefan

(2021)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Resanović, Milica
AU  - Janković, Stefan
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/3202
AB  - Rather cumbersome ontological situation initiated with the 2020 pandemic has created a great amount of unease within common worlds, particularly in terms of health risks and hazy healthcare instructions. A series of uncanny and confusing moments both have been sparked by possibly deterrent effects coming with infection and transmission risks, as well as by being abridged for effective tools such as standards and procedures for coping with the virus. Exactly this triangle formed between familiar engagements and resettling within pandemic reality, incertitude brought with infection risks and hazy healthcare procedures, along with overall discrepancies in civic response to pandemic, was a principal subject of our research. Namely, we intended to discern how the uncertainty brought with the puzzling intrusion of the COVID-19 was confronted by young professionals in Belgrade, Serbia, particularly having in mind their social status. Based on 20 interviews conducted during the first months of the pandemic in the spring of 2020, our exploration traces both the attempts to consolidate the familiar environment anew into coherent arrangements and to commensurate worths as specific normative principles deployed in these operations. Inspired by pragmatic sociology and more specifically, Thévenot’s concept of regimes of engagement, we first explore the adaptations evolving within familiar arrangements. Principally, we denote that confronting with the uncertainty embodied in a mute presence of the virus meant conducting a fragile politics of beings within this regime, molded through personal bonds, care and intimacy. Particularly, we describe how the hygienic “purifying” was guided not only by a fear of being contaminated, but also has induced a rather vigilant mode of communication with  the “intruder” and “drifting” through hazy instructions. Later moment indicates a plurality of assessments of the healthcare itself: for this, highly educated cohort, it meant a critical assessment of instructions, a dose of distrust for medical experts due to fuzzy instructions given in the media and the general reliance on DIY strategy, which involved exploration of “valid” procedures on the Internet. Albeit this lack of referential stability was eventually consolidated into specific pandemic objectivity, surrounded with disinfectants and thresholds put in immediate spaces, a plurality of engagements also evolved into principal tension between this “protective shield” in which the domestic world was wrapped and the civic world. The second problem that we analyze therefore encompasses a commensuration of worth performed by our informants and their judgmental attitude towards actions that might harm the familiar arrangement. Namely, our findings show that 
this purifying politics targeted a situated, materialized endeavor in order to solve the basic tension: how to protect and solidify familiar environment by drawing upon an ethical corpus of “taking care of family”. Thus, in conclusion we illustrate how this “pandemic deontology” involved a tense encounter with “aberrations” found in civic polity as these, assumedly, have distorted the common principle of equivalence. Specifically, we describe three major criticisms targeting the civic world: excessive hoarding of goods, improper wearing of masks and a lack of responsibility for others. Overall, these critiques targeting the civic world have both put to scrutiny the healthcare system in Serbia seeing it as unreliable, but also had an aim to protect it against excesses that would further harm it.
C3  - Social Justice in Times of Uncertainty, 2021 Congress of the Swiss Sociological Association
T1  - Breaking through the Pandemic Incertitudes: From Hazy Health Care Instruction to Commensuration of Worths among Serbia’s Young Professionals
SP  - 74
EP  - 74
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_3202
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Resanović, Milica and Janković, Stefan",
year = "2021",
abstract = "Rather cumbersome ontological situation initiated with the 2020 pandemic has created a great amount of unease within common worlds, particularly in terms of health risks and hazy healthcare instructions. A series of uncanny and confusing moments both have been sparked by possibly deterrent effects coming with infection and transmission risks, as well as by being abridged for effective tools such as standards and procedures for coping with the virus. Exactly this triangle formed between familiar engagements and resettling within pandemic reality, incertitude brought with infection risks and hazy healthcare procedures, along with overall discrepancies in civic response to pandemic, was a principal subject of our research. Namely, we intended to discern how the uncertainty brought with the puzzling intrusion of the COVID-19 was confronted by young professionals in Belgrade, Serbia, particularly having in mind their social status. Based on 20 interviews conducted during the first months of the pandemic in the spring of 2020, our exploration traces both the attempts to consolidate the familiar environment anew into coherent arrangements and to commensurate worths as specific normative principles deployed in these operations. Inspired by pragmatic sociology and more specifically, Thévenot’s concept of regimes of engagement, we first explore the adaptations evolving within familiar arrangements. Principally, we denote that confronting with the uncertainty embodied in a mute presence of the virus meant conducting a fragile politics of beings within this regime, molded through personal bonds, care and intimacy. Particularly, we describe how the hygienic “purifying” was guided not only by a fear of being contaminated, but also has induced a rather vigilant mode of communication with  the “intruder” and “drifting” through hazy instructions. Later moment indicates a plurality of assessments of the healthcare itself: for this, highly educated cohort, it meant a critical assessment of instructions, a dose of distrust for medical experts due to fuzzy instructions given in the media and the general reliance on DIY strategy, which involved exploration of “valid” procedures on the Internet. Albeit this lack of referential stability was eventually consolidated into specific pandemic objectivity, surrounded with disinfectants and thresholds put in immediate spaces, a plurality of engagements also evolved into principal tension between this “protective shield” in which the domestic world was wrapped and the civic world. The second problem that we analyze therefore encompasses a commensuration of worth performed by our informants and their judgmental attitude towards actions that might harm the familiar arrangement. Namely, our findings show that 
this purifying politics targeted a situated, materialized endeavor in order to solve the basic tension: how to protect and solidify familiar environment by drawing upon an ethical corpus of “taking care of family”. Thus, in conclusion we illustrate how this “pandemic deontology” involved a tense encounter with “aberrations” found in civic polity as these, assumedly, have distorted the common principle of equivalence. Specifically, we describe three major criticisms targeting the civic world: excessive hoarding of goods, improper wearing of masks and a lack of responsibility for others. Overall, these critiques targeting the civic world have both put to scrutiny the healthcare system in Serbia seeing it as unreliable, but also had an aim to protect it against excesses that would further harm it.",
journal = "Social Justice in Times of Uncertainty, 2021 Congress of the Swiss Sociological Association",
title = "Breaking through the Pandemic Incertitudes: From Hazy Health Care Instruction to Commensuration of Worths among Serbia’s Young Professionals",
pages = "74-74",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_3202"
}
Resanović, M.,& Janković, S.. (2021). Breaking through the Pandemic Incertitudes: From Hazy Health Care Instruction to Commensuration of Worths among Serbia’s Young Professionals. in Social Justice in Times of Uncertainty, 2021 Congress of the Swiss Sociological Association, 74-74.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_3202
Resanović M, Janković S. Breaking through the Pandemic Incertitudes: From Hazy Health Care Instruction to Commensuration of Worths among Serbia’s Young Professionals. in Social Justice in Times of Uncertainty, 2021 Congress of the Swiss Sociological Association. 2021;:74-74.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_3202 .
Resanović, Milica, Janković, Stefan, "Breaking through the Pandemic Incertitudes: From Hazy Health Care Instruction to Commensuration of Worths among Serbia’s Young Professionals" in Social Justice in Times of Uncertainty, 2021 Congress of the Swiss Sociological Association (2021):74-74,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_3202 .

Engaging with the Politics of Purity: Discerning the Materiality and Semiotics of Risk in Encountering with COVID-19 among Serbia’s Young Professionals

Resanović, Milica; Janković, Stefan

(2020)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Resanović, Milica
AU  - Janković, Stefan
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/3203
AB  - The abrupt break the COVID-19 made on a planetary scope has forced a number of adaptations of collective life, while its mutating nature and enormous ability to spread brought a deterrent effect due to apparent infection risk. Besides an impulse to purify the society from danger that was born in the public, COVID-19 warned that the politics of collective life evolve on level on material living when encountering such a mysterious non-human entity. Our principal intention in this paper follows this puzzle and aims to reflect upon the intrusion of the COVID-19 based on 20 interviews 
conducted with young professionals in Belgrade, Serbia. An aim is to discern how it caused semiotic and interpretative confusion, eventually provoking distinct alternations of everyday spaces that now succumbed to a novel hygiene regime. Our understanding follows recent ontological turns that accentuated an intricate continuum of transactions that humans regularly practice through a coexistence with things, as well as fragile semiotic operations and requires focusing on a horizon where this agential interplay occurs. While we underscore ethical motives of actors to pursue official measures against the spread of the virus as significant, we also argue that politics have to be understood as an evaluative and speculative process. Encounter with the COVID-19, namely, has included not only delimiting of an “enemy” that lead to purifying practices, but also adaptation to uncertain, mutating and acting traits of ‘other’. In this way, we seek to turn towards more engaged and practical definition of politics, as situated, materializied endeavor, centered around distribution of agential properties: rights, identities and substances.
C3  - Međunarodna konferencija: “Političke posledice pandemije“, Sabor politikologa, Udruženja političkih nauka Srbije
T1  - Engaging with the Politics of Purity: Discerning the Materiality and Semiotics of Risk in Encountering with COVID-19 among Serbia’s Young Professionals
SP  - 20
EP  - 21
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_3203
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Resanović, Milica and Janković, Stefan",
year = "2020",
abstract = "The abrupt break the COVID-19 made on a planetary scope has forced a number of adaptations of collective life, while its mutating nature and enormous ability to spread brought a deterrent effect due to apparent infection risk. Besides an impulse to purify the society from danger that was born in the public, COVID-19 warned that the politics of collective life evolve on level on material living when encountering such a mysterious non-human entity. Our principal intention in this paper follows this puzzle and aims to reflect upon the intrusion of the COVID-19 based on 20 interviews 
conducted with young professionals in Belgrade, Serbia. An aim is to discern how it caused semiotic and interpretative confusion, eventually provoking distinct alternations of everyday spaces that now succumbed to a novel hygiene regime. Our understanding follows recent ontological turns that accentuated an intricate continuum of transactions that humans regularly practice through a coexistence with things, as well as fragile semiotic operations and requires focusing on a horizon where this agential interplay occurs. While we underscore ethical motives of actors to pursue official measures against the spread of the virus as significant, we also argue that politics have to be understood as an evaluative and speculative process. Encounter with the COVID-19, namely, has included not only delimiting of an “enemy” that lead to purifying practices, but also adaptation to uncertain, mutating and acting traits of ‘other’. In this way, we seek to turn towards more engaged and practical definition of politics, as situated, materializied endeavor, centered around distribution of agential properties: rights, identities and substances.",
journal = "Međunarodna konferencija: “Političke posledice pandemije“, Sabor politikologa, Udruženja političkih nauka Srbije",
title = "Engaging with the Politics of Purity: Discerning the Materiality and Semiotics of Risk in Encountering with COVID-19 among Serbia’s Young Professionals",
pages = "20-21",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_3203"
}
Resanović, M.,& Janković, S.. (2020). Engaging with the Politics of Purity: Discerning the Materiality and Semiotics of Risk in Encountering with COVID-19 among Serbia’s Young Professionals. in Međunarodna konferencija: “Političke posledice pandemije“, Sabor politikologa, Udruženja političkih nauka Srbije, 20-21.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_3203
Resanović M, Janković S. Engaging with the Politics of Purity: Discerning the Materiality and Semiotics of Risk in Encountering with COVID-19 among Serbia’s Young Professionals. in Međunarodna konferencija: “Političke posledice pandemije“, Sabor politikologa, Udruženja političkih nauka Srbije. 2020;:20-21.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_3203 .
Resanović, Milica, Janković, Stefan, "Engaging with the Politics of Purity: Discerning the Materiality and Semiotics of Risk in Encountering with COVID-19 among Serbia’s Young Professionals" in Međunarodna konferencija: “Političke posledice pandemije“, Sabor politikologa, Udruženja političkih nauka Srbije (2020):20-21,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_3203 .

Arrangements, Semiotic Links and Evaluations: Purifying the Familiar Environments from COVID-19 Among Serbia’s Young Professionals

Resanović, Milica; Janković, Stefan

(Corvinus University of Budapest, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Resanović, Milica
AU  - Janković, Stefan
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2931
PB  - Corvinus University of Budapest
T2  - Corvinus Journal of Sociology and Social Policy
T1  - Arrangements, Semiotic Links and Evaluations: Purifying the Familiar Environments from COVID-19 Among Serbia’s Young Professionals
IS  - 2
VL  - 11
SP  - 147
EP  - 150
DO  - 10.14267/CJSSP.2020.2.10
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Resanović, Milica and Janković, Stefan",
year = "2020",
publisher = "Corvinus University of Budapest",
journal = "Corvinus Journal of Sociology and Social Policy",
title = "Arrangements, Semiotic Links and Evaluations: Purifying the Familiar Environments from COVID-19 Among Serbia’s Young Professionals",
number = "2",
volume = "11",
pages = "147-150",
doi = "10.14267/CJSSP.2020.2.10"
}
Resanović, M.,& Janković, S.. (2020). Arrangements, Semiotic Links and Evaluations: Purifying the Familiar Environments from COVID-19 Among Serbia’s Young Professionals. in Corvinus Journal of Sociology and Social Policy
Corvinus University of Budapest., 11(2), 147-150.
https://doi.org/10.14267/CJSSP.2020.2.10
Resanović M, Janković S. Arrangements, Semiotic Links and Evaluations: Purifying the Familiar Environments from COVID-19 Among Serbia’s Young Professionals. in Corvinus Journal of Sociology and Social Policy. 2020;11(2):147-150.
doi:10.14267/CJSSP.2020.2.10 .
Resanović, Milica, Janković, Stefan, "Arrangements, Semiotic Links and Evaluations: Purifying the Familiar Environments from COVID-19 Among Serbia’s Young Professionals" in Corvinus Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 11, no. 2 (2020):147-150,
https://doi.org/10.14267/CJSSP.2020.2.10 . .