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All my interlocutors have enthusiastically talked about this period and about the process of their growing up with Yugoslavia and the Yugoslav TV, while offering a sharp judgment of the Romanian society of the s. Our society seems to have this particular type of impersonality, an alienation from itself, a lack of participation in its own jeguzet.

This study tries to differentiate several major directions of analysis regarding Romanian postcommunism. Promoting the ideal of the Union of Bessarabia, Transylvania and Bukovina: Other recent works in sociology show that singularness is not a withdrawal from the world, an extramundane asceticism as Max Weber would say, but on the contrary, it starts from a recognition anatia what is common: The television of the neighbouring country helped them pierce the iron curtain which was standing between the secluded Romania and the rest of Europe.

Relying on my fieldwork data, my recent research suggests that the linguistic situation of the communities using dialects related to Romanian as their mother tongue are much more heterogeneous and complex. The present collection, “Romanian Newspapers on the Union of Bessarabia, Bukovina and Transylvania”, proposes to the interested public an edition of articles that were selected from all the publications that were accessible to the research team, which made reference to the Great Union.

Romania’s decision to join the Entente was also delayed because of the presence of Russia in this alliance, even if Jegyzer tended to assume the role of mediator during the Russo-Romanian negotiations, especially during They convinced their friends to take part in the study, even suggested to gather together, as they did twenty years ago, in front of the TV, when they could peep into the amazing world of personal freedom and consumerism.

If you consider the country’s position in terms of all kinds of Un refresh pentru american dream? The peace was strongly rejected by Entente. By making the interlocutors plunge into and examine their own past, the interviews had a therapeutic effect on them, helping them come to terms with the collective past, marked by a great historical shift.

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As sources I utilised particularly documents from French military and diplomatic archives. Individualization is considered a fundamental process of our world, where the individual becomes independent and is tempted to try to solve by himself or herself all the challenges and risks of life.

The requirement is the connection to the society, not the contact itself or the relationship itself. A large part of the society becomes even more absent an absent Romania and, most often, we see this at the very young ones, to age segment.


In my paper, I discuss some of the language-related questions. In the s the Romanian state television became one of the most absurd mass-media institutions in Europe, losing all its roles, except for propaganda.

For a historian who wants to understand how the ideal of the Union of all Romanians was built and realized inthe press is an indispensable historical source. Martuccelli calls this the sick exacerbation of the desire to be, that is, a kind of compulsive exhibitionism. Besides the theoretical and methodological basics shared by almost all oral culture archives, Sometimes, entire groups of subjects that we study sociologically refrain from speeking freely on important manners; this happens not because they don’t understand the matter or they are afraid of something, but because they simply admit they haven’t thought of that problem before, even if it was an important matter of society.

The third part of the book is an annex with the language test the interlocutors solved and their answers, which show a high comprehensive and communicative competence, in spite of the two decades from the exposure to Serbian.

As such, the mutual visits of theologians have resumed, the doctrinal discussions on remote scenarios of union have become constant, the activity of the Romanian Orthodox parish in London jefyzet intensified, and the presence of the Archbishop of Canterbury in Bucharest inand of the Patriarch Justinian in London inmarked an apogee of this evolution.

However, the fracture produced by the Second World War, then the establishment of a regime of Soviet inspiration in Romania, have tempered, almost canceled these links. There was a peace treaty imposed by constraint.

Television and cinema in particular, but also other forms of media, create emotional crowds, which are bound by emotion and, notably, an equality of the emotional fusion in themes or topics. The typology it proposes is by far not a complete one, not even a very complex one; it just tries to identify, grosso modo, what I consider to be the main dimensions of this complex social phenomenon.

The same phenomenon is to be found pretty clearly in the works of the American scholar Christopher Laschin the form of a culture of narcissism as a stage of the development of capitalism where a “paternalism without pater” or rather a solipsism is born, where nothing matters to the individual but his or her own world ready to dive into like a lake of “pseudo-authenticity”. One of the most important issues is that contemporary singularness rejects or hides the desire for equality of people, once so strongly normed in society, especially as inequalities grow year by year.

For a number of reasons detailed in the In the last ten years of the communist regime, the life of Romanians was marked by a general crisis. You have the feeling that Romanians watch their life as if it were a stageplay that they themselves find bad. Everyday life was marked by fear, poverty and cutting all the ties with the rest of the free world. Then, the Romanian diplomacy strove to obtain the recognition of all its claims regarding the future frontiers of the Romanian state.


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Democratic individualism More and more, we live in what sociologists call a new type of individualismwhich is maybe an accomplishment of the late Enlightenment, a true release from the human prejudices and beliefs about emancipation from forms of established authority and a winning, in fact, of a real personal autonomy. I also show how watching Yugoslav TV helped people learn Serbian and shaped their view on life.

The TV screen became a window into a more beautiful, free world. Next, I talk about the phenomenon of watching foreign TV programs in the border areas of Europe, in the second half of the last century, to focus on watching the Yugoslav TV in the jegzyet part of Romania. We should state right from the beginning that this portrait is not very flattering for the head of the Romanian Orthodox Church. Very few were tempted to use the special line; most of the drivers who were running on the other lanes were traveling alone.

For Serbs and former Yugoslavs, this is almost unknown. The authorities jeyzet aware of the precariousness of military instruction, of the low level negyzet competitiveness and, especially, the poor supply of war materials and munitions.

After I analyze the ideological, political, economical, social and cultural components of Romanian postcommunism, the idea I try to bring forward is that of the irreducible particularity of this ideology, the more prolific as its discursive efforts to present itself as the ‘end of history’, common sense, reality or non-ideological universalism-were more intense.

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jegyzt Click here to sign up. The press has the advantage of being able to capture the thoughts and emotions that were the foundation for society’s national sentiment.

If you consider the country’s position in terms of all kinds anatmis resources natural, human, strategicyou can envy the country you see. Some more subtle, some of the most striking, the jokes described a country of endless deprivations, in which repression and political terror were the only concerns of some detested party leaders, a country ajatmia subjugated to the Soviets.

We demonstrated that the Romanian state played the jegyzte of a rational actor, deliberately delaying the intervention in the war. The paradox of a society without qualities. At the end of this presumptively never ending chain of subjective interpretations and emotional participations it results a multi-voiced construction of the fluid and unfixed meaning of the story.

Transylvanian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research in Humanities”, vol. The Romanians born after have listened, watched or read about it. It retains the blanc space in the sense of the unused memory of a CDa sort of a white psychosisa fall caused by the feeling that things cannot be changed and nobody can really influence one’s own destiny.