in: Routledge Studies in Anthropology
"This volume brings together new anthropological research on the Greek crisis. With a number of contributions from academics based in Greece, the book addresses a number of key issues such as the refugee crisis, far-right extremism and the psychological impact of increased poverty and unemployment. It provides much needed ethnographic contributions and critical anthropological perspectives at a key moment in Greece's history, and will be of great interest to researchers interested in the social, political and economic developments in southern Europe. It is the first collection to explore the impact of this period of radical social change on anthropological understandings of Greece."--Provided by publisher.
Greece, Economic history, Politics and government, Financial crises, Anthropology, Europe - Anthropology, European Studies, European Union Politics, Political & Economic Anthropology, Social & Cultural Anthropology, Social aspects, Research
Taylor and Francis