Żądanie niemożliwego: prekariat, oburzenie i ruchy społeczne przeciw polityce cięć wydatków publicznych

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Eliza Kania

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Artykuł ten jest analizą głównych efektów działań ruchów społecznych, występujących przeciw wprowadzaniu polityki cięć wydatków publicznych (austerity policy), powstałych w 2011 roku: Indignados/as i Occupy Wall Street, zwanych także ruchami prekariatu. Na podstawie badań autorki opracowanych szerzej w książce: Prekariat i proces prekaryzacji pracy – nowe kierunki zmian społeczno ekonomicznych w świecie, w artykule podsumowano najważniejsze rezultaty działań i postulatów tych ruchów w czterech podstawowych wymiarach: tożsamości, świadomości społecznej, organizacji i w wymiarze politycznym. Autorka odpowiada również na pytanie, czy w toku tych działań nowa grupa społeczna – prekariat – uzyskała podmiotowość polityczną.

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Kania, E. (2020). Żądanie niemożliwego: prekariat, oburzenie i ruchy społeczne przeciw polityce cięć wydatków publicznych. Środkowoeuropejskie Studia Polityczne, (4), 59-76. https://doi.org/10.14746/ssp.2020.4.3
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Eliza Kania, Brunel University London

Eliza KANIA – doktor nauk politycznych, pracuje na Brunel University London i dla Political Studies Review. Jej obszary badawcze obejmują proces prekaryzacji pracy i nowe ruchy społeczne.

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