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2020, br. 24, str. 193-233
Teorijski pristupi realno postojećim neoliberalizmima - građanstvo, odgovornost i zdravstvena briga u antropologiji
Univerzitet u Pitsburgu, Odeljenje za antropologiju, Pitsburg, Sjedinjene Američke Države
Neoliberalizam kao koncept je stekao popularnost, kako u antropologiji, tako i u javnom diskursu, kao aparat i uzrok za objašnjenje rasta globalnih nejednakosti. U antropologiji, neoliberalizam je posebno postao popularan kao analitički koncept u poslednjih 15 godina, ali ne postoji slaganje oko njegovog značenja, a neretko se koristi bez operativne definicije. Istovremeno sa rastom popularnosti termina neoliberalizam, u antropologiji su takođe proizvedene brojne kritike koncepta i dovedena je u pitanje njegova upotrebna i analitička vrednost. U ovom preglednom članku, nastojim da predstavim kratku istoriju nastanka neoliberalne teorije, a zatim i kako se neoliberalizam kao analitički koncept koristio i kritikovao u antropologiji i srodnim disciplinama. Naročito se fokusiram na transformacije u "prirodi" države, vladanja i subjektiviteta do kojih dolazi u poznom kapitalizmu, i kako im se može prići etnografski. Sve veća nedostupnost socijalnih programa u neoliberalizmu se intenzivno istražuje u antropologiji zdravlja i brige. Samim tim, posebnu pažnju posvećujem diskusiji upotrebe koncepata brige i odgovornosti u antropologiji u svrhu razumevanja globalnih neoliberalnih transformacija.
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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
DOI: 10.5937/genero2024193J
primljen: 01.10.2020.
revidiran: 28.10.2020.
prihvaćen: 31.10.2020.
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 20.12.2020.