Europeanisation and post-peasant populism in Eastern Europe

@article{Buzalka2008EuropeanisationAP,
  title={Europeanisation and post-peasant populism in Eastern Europe},
  author={Juraj Buzalka},
  journal={Europe-Asia Studies},
  year={2008},
  volume={60},
  pages={757 - 771}
}
Abstract On the basis of an examination of rural social structure, traditionalist narratives and an agrarian imaginary resulting from uneven development, this article investigates the forms of political mobilisation which materialise in East European politics as ‘post-peasant populism’. Focusing on grassroots mobilisation, an analysis of the annual Corpus Christi ritual in the city of Przemyśl, south-east Poland, serves as the basis for an exploration of the theme of socially sensitive post… Expand
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