Sofia of the Common People

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  • Author:  Milena Yakimova
  • Year: 09-04-2010
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  • Product Code:  554-01
  • SKU: 18.0061
  • ISBN: 978-954-321-682-6
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1910 година. София е столица от 31 години. Населението и е 103 хиляди души.

1926 година. Столичното население е 213 хиляди души - 10 хиляди нови столичани за 16 години. През последните 6 от тях градът нараства с повече от 25 души средно всеки ден, с около 800 души на месец.

Как живеят те? Как тези хора, които София превръща в простолюдие, намират своето място в социалното пространство и в моралния ред на града? И защо заговарят на тарикатски?

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Milena Yakimova

Milena Yakimova

Milena Yakimova is a sociologist. She teaches social theory, social critique and collective identities at the Sociology Department of the Sofia University. Editor of the Bulgarian journal Critique and... Read more

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Tags: Bulgarian History,Memoirs & Documents,Way of Life & Spirituality,Sociology,Researches

Year 09-04-2010
Pages 208
Size 140/215 мм
Weight 0.292 kg
Cover Type Paperback
Genre Bulgarian History, Memoirs & Documents, Way of Life & Spirituality, Sociology, Researches

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