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  1. Politički Prostor Ekološkog Građanstva.Jelena Vasiljević - 2012 - Filozofija I Društvo 23 (1):102-11.
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    The Effects of Deliberation on Citizen Knowledge, Attitudes and Preferences: A Case Study of a Belgrade Deliberative Mini Public.Ana Djordjevic & Jelena Vasiljevic - 2022 - Filozofija I Društvo 33 (1):72-97.
    Participation in deliberative arenas is often lauded for its transformative impact on citizens? attitudes, sense of agency and ability to formulate concrete policy proposals. The focus of this paper is the first ever deliberative mini public in Belgrade, centred on the topic of expanding the pedestrian zone and rerouting traffic in the city core. By relying on a set of qualitative and quantitative data collected before and after the deliberation, we aim to explore the effects of the public deliberation on (...)
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    Građanstvo: Neka Razmatranja o Klasičnim Osnovama I Savremenim Trendovima Rekonceptualizacije.Jelena Vasiljević - 2013 - Filozofija I Društvo 24 (3).
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    Contentious Politics in the European Periphery: Mapping Rebellion and Social Protests in Southeast and Eastern Europe.Jelena Vasiljevic - 2018 - Filozofija I Društvo 29 (4):615-626.
    This essay takes a critical and reflective look at two recently published books on contentious politics in the Balkans and Eastern Europe: Social Movements in the Balkans and Ideology and Social Protests in Eastern Europe. Focusing on regions somewhat neglected in scholarly analyses of the recent global upsurge of protests, these books aim to fill the gap by highlighting some contextual and regional specificities: a position of economic and geo-political periphery, weak or unconsolidated democratic institutions, post-socialist and transitional environments, societal (...)
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    Political Space of Ecological Citizenship.Jelena Vasiljevic - 2012 - Filozofija I Društvo 23 (1):102-111.
    This paper examines the concept of ecological citizenship by looking at two sets of arguments. Those justifying the concept itself, and those criticizing the need to devise a new concept of citizenship and political community in relation to ecological problems. The paper argues for a shift in focus: instead of searching for a new concept of citizenship, we should adopt a different perspective capable of capturing the explanatory potentials of citizenship-related notions - especially citizenship action and political space in which (...)
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    Reflecting on the Principles and Problems of Solidarity.Jelena Vasiljevic - 2017 - Filozofija I Društvo 28 (4):1175-1192.
    This review essay takes a critical look at two recently published edited volumes, both focusing on the notion and problems of solidarity. Solidarity: Theory and Practice attempts to unpack the complex idea of solidaristic practice by looking at a whole range of related concepts, such as the social brain, collective intentionality, empathy, work, and voluntary organizations. The Strains of Commitment: The Political Sources of Solidarity in Diverse Societies, on the other hand, focuses on a concrete problem: the generation and maintenance (...)
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    Transformation of Citizenship Regimes in Serbia Since 1990: The Key Elements.Jelena Vasiljevic - 2011 - Filozofija I Društvo 22 (4):63-82.
    The discussion on citizenship in Serbia, as laid out in this paper, is a proposal to look at the citizenship regimes as reflections of trends in the ways the body of citizens and nation is being conceptualized and consequently managed within a given political community by its policy makers. This is a perspective from which citizenship can be seen as a means of giving legal substance to the underlying idea of congruence between state and nation. I will argue that the (...)
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    Some Remarks About the Classical Foundations and Contemporary Trends of Reconceptualizing Citizenship.Jelena Vasiljevic - 2013 - Filozofija I Društvo 24 (3):135-155.
    The paper explores some of the key historical and theoretical traditions of thinking about citizenship, basic tensions and problems inherent to the concept itself, as well as the main contemporary challenges. After presenting key problems that stem from the classical liberal and republican traditions - complemented by a discussion of citizenship within the nation-state framework - the paper turns to an overview of the main contemporary challenges and debates aiming at reconceptualizing the concept itself and including it into novel and (...)
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    The Possibilities and Constraints of Engaging Solidarity in Citizenship.Jelena Vasiljevic - 2016 - Filozofija I Društvo 27 (2):373-386.
    In a broader sense, this article is interested in solidarity as a politically operational concept. To be able to answer more general questions - like What does it mean to base a political community on the principles of solidarity? Can acts of solidarity be used not only to help others, but with the aim to change power relations and constitute new political orders as well? - we must first situate solidarity in relation to some already established frameworks of thinking about (...)
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    Human Rights and Cultural Rights: An Anthropological Critique.Jelena Vasiljevic - 2014 - Filozofija I Društvo 25 (3):267-289.
    The paper starts by examining some of the key conceptual problems related to the idea of human rights, as well as some key arguments raised in defence of human rights as universal and emacipatory modern project. This is followed by a discussion on cultural rights, sometimes understood as a correction of human rights? universalism, at other times taken as their?logical extension?; it will be shown how human rights have gradually begun to be amalgamated with cultural and collective rights. The third (...)
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