Fiket, Irena

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Projects
Politics of Social Memory and National Identity: Regional and European Context Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, Republic of Serbia, Grant no. 451-03-68/2020-14/200025 (University of Belgrade, Institute for Phylosophy and Social Theory)
“Active Citizenship: Promoting and Advancing Innovative Democratic Practices in the Western Balkans” (the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Programme) Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Network: Active Citizenship: Promoting and Advancing Innovative Democratic Practices in the Western Balkans
Studying climate change and its influence on environment: impacts, adaptation and mitigation PERFORM (Performing and Responsive Social Sciences)
ACT WB - Active Citizenship in the Western Balkans Agencije za rodnu ravnopravnost i osnaživanje žena u Srbiji (UN Women)
Cultures of rejection Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Network under Grant Agreement No. 2018-1755/001-001
Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Programme “Active Citizenship: Promoting and Advancing Innovative Democratic Practices in the Western Balkans.” Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Gender and Academia and Family Life: Reconciliation of Family Life and the Early Stages of Scientific Careers, PERFORM, HELVETAS Swiss Cooperation "info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/MESTD/inst-2020/200025/RS//"
Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia, according to the Agreement on the realization and financing of scientific research Projekat je podržan u okviru Programa participacije Uneska 2018/2019.
Research, authorship, and/or publication of this article was supported by the VW-Foun-dations‘Challenges for Europe’Program. Grant Number 94 765

Author's Bibliography

Norming Participatory Practices of Movement Parties in Southeast Europe

Fiket, Irena; Pudar Draško, Gazela; Vasiljević, Jelena

(Routledge, 2024)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Fiket, Irena
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
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AB  - The scholarship on ‘movement parties’ – parties originating from social movements – shows great variation among them in terms of origin, ideological profile, organizational forms and adopted strategies. Typically, they depart from participatory practices and contribute to participatory turns in politics. However, there is scant research on how movement parties maintain those principles and procedures once they enter the institutional arena. Moreover, the question of intra-party democracy (IPD) is itself rarely researched, particularly in Southeast Europe (SEE), a region dominated by authoritarian centralized parties. Therefore, this chapter aims to contribute to the growing literature on party movements by focusing on SEE and looking into their party movements’ internal democracy practices. We take examples of two ideologically similar democratic movement parties, MOŽEMO! (We Can) from Croatia and Zeleno-levi front (Green-Left Front) from Serbia. Both originated as bottom-up green-left movements within political settings dominated by right-wing political narratives but in differing national contexts regarding the quality of democracy. This chapter presents an analysis of MOŽEMO! and Zeleno-levi front statutory documents, focusing primarily on their articulation of participatory principles for IPD.
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Routledge., 195-213.
https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003426103-13
Fiket I, Pudar Draško G, Vasiljević J. Norming Participatory Practices of Movement Parties in Southeast Europe. in Participatory Democratic Innovations in Southeast Europe: How to Engage in Flawed Democracies. 2024;:195-213.
doi:10.4324/9781003426103-13 .
Fiket, Irena, Pudar Draško, Gazela, Vasiljević, Jelena, "Norming Participatory Practices of Movement Parties in Southeast Europe" in Participatory Democratic Innovations in Southeast Europe: How to Engage in Flawed Democracies (2024):195-213,
https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003426103-13 . .

Participatory Democratic Innovations in Southeast Europe: How to Engage in Flawed Democracies

Fiket, Irena; Markov, Čedomir; Ilić, Vujo; Pudar Draško, Gazela

(Routledge, 2024)


                                            

                                            
Fiket, I., Markov, Č., Ilić, V.,& Pudar Draško, G.. (2024). Participatory Democratic Innovations in Southeast Europe: How to Engage in Flawed Democracies. 
Routledge..
https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003426103
Fiket I, Markov Č, Ilić V, Pudar Draško G. Participatory Democratic Innovations in Southeast Europe: How to Engage in Flawed Democracies. 2024;:null-252.
doi:10.4324/9781003426103 .
Fiket, Irena, Markov, Čedomir, Ilić, Vujo, Pudar Draško, Gazela, "Participatory Democratic Innovations in Southeast Europe: How to Engage in Flawed Democracies" (2024),
https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003426103 . .

Why Do We Need Participatory Democratic Innovations in Southeast Europe?

Fiket, Irena; Ilić, Vujo; Markov, Čedomir; Pudar Draško, Gazela

(Routledge, 2024)

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AB  - This chapter is an opening to the edited volume that critically examines the intersection of social movements, participatory governance and democratic innovations in Southeast Europe. We introduce the chapters that explore the historical experiences and the contemporary evolving landscape of democracy in the region, discussing the challenges of representative democracy, rising autocratization and the potential for democratic innovations in creating more inclusive societies. The contributors to this volume assess the connections between participatory models with civic engagement and institutional practices, shedding light on the dynamic relationship between bottom-up activism and top-down governance.
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https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003426103-1
Fiket I, Ilić V, Markov Č, Pudar Draško G. Why Do We Need Participatory Democratic Innovations in Southeast Europe?. in Participatory Democratic Innovations in Southeast Europe: How to Engage in Flawed Democracies. 2024;:1-7.
doi:10.4324/9781003426103-1 .
Fiket, Irena, Ilić, Vujo, Markov, Čedomir, Pudar Draško, Gazela, "Why Do We Need Participatory Democratic Innovations in Southeast Europe?" in Participatory Democratic Innovations in Southeast Europe: How to Engage in Flawed Democracies (2024):1-7,
https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003426103-1 . .

Anti-politics as ‘culture of rejection’: the case of Serbia

Fiket, Irena; Pudar Draško, Gazela; Urošević, Milan

(Taylor&Francis, 2023)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Fiket, Irena
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
AU  - Urošević, Milan
PY  - 2023
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AB  - In this article, Fiket, Pudar Draško and Uroševic situate the notion of
‘anti-politics’ within a broader theory of ‘cultures of rejection’, redefining it as a
specific culture of rejection in the political sphere. They describe the lack of
participation of Serbian citizens in political life, their lack of trust in political
actors, institutions, democratic procedures and, in the end, in democracy itself.
They show how political elites constantly demonstrate the impotence of
institutions through various examples of ‘institutional silence’, which leads to the
further rejection of political engagement. The authors’ aim was to show that
rejection of politics is a concept that offers an adequate theoretical framework for
our empirical analyses and deeper understanding of the social phenomena
reflected in the withdrawal from political life. They present the data from
their qualitative research, based on interviews with the retail and logistics workers
in Serbia as well as an ethnographic study of digital spaces that those workers
often visit, where politics and culture meet in the discursive practices of everyday life.
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participation of Serbian citizens in political life, their lack of trust in political
actors, institutions, democratic procedures and, in the end, in democracy itself.
They show how political elites constantly demonstrate the impotence of
institutions through various examples of ‘institutional silence’, which leads to the
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5

Opposition in Serbia: oppression, delegitimization and extra-institutional engagement

Fiket, Irena; Spasojevic, Dusan

(EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2023)

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AB  - this chapter analyses the opposition’s position and role in Serbia in its evolution since the introduction of pluralism and the collapse of the communist regime. We observe the opposition during the last 30 years from the two main aspects: institutional and ideational. We also provide an overview of the contextual factors to show some specificities of the post-socialist democratisation process and democratic backsliding in Serbia. The institutional elements we observed provide insight into the actors’ formal position and power; they show us the main mechanisms and resources at the opposition’s disposal and evaluate the possible inequalities or disbalances of powers between the actors. Conversely, the ideational aspect shows the dominant narratives and relationships between the opposition and position. These narratives reflect the understanding of democracy and the role the opposition should play in the political system. They also reflect changes over time and enable us to understand different concepts of democracy and democratisation. The chapter is divided into four sections, corresponding to four different phases reflecting specific circumstances and dynamics. The first phase is the Milošević decade (1990-2000), which covers the initial transitional period, characterised by severe authoritarian tendencies and societal conflicts during the Yugoslav break-up process. The second phase, that of democratisation (2000-2012), starts from the Milošević defeat and initial institutional development, throughout the first troubles in the democratic transition and riffs in the ruling coalition. The third phase (2012-2020) begins with the second turnover of power and optimism about social consensus and the consolidation of democracy. However, it develops into competitive authoritarianism and almost complete annulation of pluralism. The final phase is short (so far) and ongoing – defined by the protest waves, boycotts of elections and Parliament, and the return of the opposition in the institutions.
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Citizens’ assemblies at supranational level: Addressing the EU and global democratic deficit

Fiket, Irena

(De Gruyter Oldenbourg, 2023)

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AU  - Fiket, Irena
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AB  - The problems related to the democratic deficit, lack of democratic legitimacy,
and widening gap between citizens and decision-makers seem even more striking in
the case of decision-making at supranational level. One response to this crisis of democracy at the supranational level has been the creation of citizens’ assemblies
(CAs) promoted and implemented by the various actors: European Union, NGOs, international organizations, and social movements. Still, although all those actors advocated
for the use of CAs at supranational level there are significant differences regarding the
capacity of those actors as well as the CAs they promote to address the democratic deficit. Starting from this assumption, in the following pages I will analytically differentiate between CAs implemented by the European Union (EU), a system provided by the
political authority and those CAs implemented by supranational actors that lack formally legitimate political authority
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How to Run a Deliberative Mini-Public in a Hybrid Regime

Fiket, Irena; Ilić, Vujo; Markov, Čedomir; Pudar Draško, Gazela

(Beograd: Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, Univerzitet u Beogradu, 2023)

TY  - RPRT
AU  - Fiket, Irena
AU  - Ilić, Vujo
AU  - Markov, Čedomir
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
PY  - 2023
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/3073
AB  - Efforts to institutionalize deliberative institutions are almost absent in Serbia and other Western Balkan countries. On the other hand, the growing lack of interest of European societies’ citizens in participating in political life through traditional instruments of representative democracy has caused a renewed concern in the EU and its member states for the promotion and encouragement of deliberative institutions (Reuchamps, Suiter 2016). This has resulted in democratic engineering inspired by the principles of participatory and deliberative conceptions of democracy. Democratic experimentation along these lines, observed in many EU countries, gave rise to the promotion and institutionalization of deliberative institutions (town meetings, citizen assemblies, neighborhood councils, citizen juries, participatory budgets, etc.). However, democratizing effects of deliberation have been a matter of intense political and academic debate for over 20 years. Still, with a few exceptions,
most deliberative institutions were implemented in stable democracies.
While deliberative institutions and other participatory democratic innovations are generally less known in Serbia and the region, there has been a trend of citizen mobilization in the form of social movements and local civic initiatives, which are both a symptom of unresponsive and more openly authoritarian institutions and the potential pathway to democratization (Fiket, Pudar Draško 2021). The pace and scope of these developments in the undemocratic societies of the Western Balkan region, in terms of both bottom-up and top-down democratic experimentation, call for a deeper understanding of their internal dynamics and their social and political impact as both individual cases and parts of a greater cycle of social movement mobilizations and institutional experimentation.

Responding to this need, the research team gathered within the framework of the Jean Monnet network “Active citizenship: promoting and advancing innovative democratic practices in the Western Balkans,” led by the Institute for Philosophy and social theory, University of Belgrade, organized two deliberative mini-publics (DMPs) within an hybrid institutional setting, including in the design of DMPs perspective of social movements and civic initiatives. The aim was to strengthen dialogue between different perspectives, approaches, and fields around deliberative and participatory forms of democracy in an undemocratic environment. This project was carried out in cooperation with the European
Jean Monnet Network ACT WB - Active Citizenship in the Western Balkans, coordinated by the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory of the University of Belgrade (IFDT), together with four more European universities and the Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence. The planning and implementation of DMPs took place through the cooperation of the Scientific Committee, comprising the following members: Irena Fiket (IFDT), Ana Đorđević (IFDT), Biljana
Đorđević (Faculty of Political Science), Ivana Janković (Faculty of Philosophy), Gazela Pudar Draško (IFDT), Jelena Vasiljević (IFDT), and the Executive Organization Committee (Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence and MASMI).
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While deliberative institutions and other participatory democratic innovations are generally less known in Serbia and the region, there has been a trend of citizen mobilization in the form of social movements and local civic initiatives, which are both a symptom of unresponsive and more openly authoritarian institutions and the potential pathway to democratization (Fiket, Pudar Draško 2021). The pace and scope of these developments in the undemocratic societies of the Western Balkan region, in terms of both bottom-up and top-down democratic experimentation, call for a deeper understanding of their internal dynamics and their social and political impact as both individual cases and parts of a greater cycle of social movement mobilizations and institutional experimentation.

Responding to this need, the research team gathered within the framework of the Jean Monnet network “Active citizenship: promoting and advancing innovative democratic practices in the Western Balkans,” led by the Institute for Philosophy and social theory, University of Belgrade, organized two deliberative mini-publics (DMPs) within an hybrid institutional setting, including in the design of DMPs perspective of social movements and civic initiatives. The aim was to strengthen dialogue between different perspectives, approaches, and fields around deliberative and participatory forms of democracy in an undemocratic environment. This project was carried out in cooperation with the European
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The Pandemic in Illiberal Democracies: Challenges and Opportunities for Social Movements in Serbia

Fiket, Irena; Pudar Draško, Gazela; Ilić, Vujo

(Routledge, 2023)

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AU  - Fiket, Irena
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
AU  - Ilić, Vujo
PY  - 2023
UR  - https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14683857.2023.2170720
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2788
AB  - In this article, taking Serbia as a case study, we address the issue of how social movements in illiberal democracies adapted to the effects of the pandemic and the governmental responses. We show that, contrary to expectations, these social movements have intensified their activities and visibility and adapted their agenda during the crisis. Our research studies two movements dealing with socio-economic issues – the right to housing and the right to food as particularly active during pandemics. While the pandemic further constrained the possibility for collective action, these social movements have quickly shifted their priorities towards solidarity with the most vulnerable groups, engaged directly with citizens, and pragmatically approached the polarized media environment, mobilizing broad public support. This finding indicates that social movements in illiberal democracies can exhibit resilience and adaptability to rapidly changing circumstances, even though questions about their sustainability and the attainability of their goals persist.
PB  - Routledge
T2  - Southeast European and Black Sea Studies
T1  - The Pandemic in Illiberal Democracies: Challenges and Opportunities for Social Movements in Serbia
SP  - 1
EP  - 22
DO  - 10.1080/14683857.2023.2170720
ER  - 
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Routledge., 1-22.
https://doi.org/10.1080/14683857.2023.2170720
Fiket I, Pudar Draško G, Ilić V. The Pandemic in Illiberal Democracies: Challenges and Opportunities for Social Movements in Serbia. in Southeast European and Black Sea Studies. 2023;:1-22.
doi:10.1080/14683857.2023.2170720 .
Fiket, Irena, Pudar Draško, Gazela, Ilić, Vujo, "The Pandemic in Illiberal Democracies: Challenges and Opportunities for Social Movements in Serbia" in Southeast European and Black Sea Studies (2023):1-22,
https://doi.org/10.1080/14683857.2023.2170720 . .
6

Social Movements and Internal Democracy

Vasiljevic, Jelena; Pudar Draško, Gazela; Fiket, Irena

(Beograd: Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, 2022)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Vasiljevic, Jelena
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
AU  - Fiket, Irena
PY  - 2022
UR  - https://ifdt.bg.ac.rs/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Democracy-KONF-program.pdf
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2804
PB  - Beograd: Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju
C3  - International Conference Revitalizing democracy through participatory democratic innovations. ACT.WB Jean Monnet Network Final Conference, Belgrade, 16-18. May.
T1  - Social Movements and Internal Democracy
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2804
ER  - 
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Vasiljevic, J., Pudar Draško, G.,& Fiket, I.. (2022). Social Movements and Internal Democracy. in International Conference Revitalizing democracy through participatory democratic innovations. ACT.WB Jean Monnet Network Final Conference, Belgrade, 16-18. May.
Beograd: Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju..
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2804
Vasiljevic J, Pudar Draško G, Fiket I. Social Movements and Internal Democracy. in International Conference Revitalizing democracy through participatory democratic innovations. ACT.WB Jean Monnet Network Final Conference, Belgrade, 16-18. May.. 2022;.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2804 .
Vasiljevic, Jelena, Pudar Draško, Gazela, Fiket, Irena, "Social Movements and Internal Democracy" in International Conference Revitalizing democracy through participatory democratic innovations. ACT.WB Jean Monnet Network Final Conference, Belgrade, 16-18. May. (2022),
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2804 .

Failed Expectations: Can Deliberative Innovations Produce Democratic Effects in Hybrid Regimes?

Fiket, Irena; Ilić, Vujo; Pudar Draško, Gazela

(Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, 2022)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Fiket, Irena
AU  - Ilić, Vujo
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
PY  - 2022
UR  - https://journal.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/index.php/fid/article/view/1432
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2533
AB  - Participation in deliberation in stable democracies produces effects which are beneficial for democracy, while the results of deliberative innovations in non-democracies are more ambiguous. This article contributes to the debate about the effects of participatory democratic innovations on attitudes, related to democratic commitments, political capacities and political participation, in the increasingly ubiquitous hybrid regimes. We present the evidence collected from the participants before and after deliberative mini publics (DMPs), held in Serbia in 2020. Serbia is an exemplary case of a recent wave of autocratization, which had led to it becoming a hybrid regime, and it had no track record of deliberative innovations. When conducting the mini publics, we introduced an innovation in the standard design, by including active citizens – representatives of local initiatives or social movements particularly interested in the issue of DMPs. We could not find evidence that the democratic innovation affected attitudes of participants regarding democratic commitments, political capacities and political participation. However, we did find that participants of the DMPs became less satisfied with the functioning of the democracy on the local level. We argue that the anti-democratic wider context of hybrid regimes can produce adverse effects when introducing participatory democratic innovations, at least when it comes to this specific dimension of political participation. We conclude with the suggestions for further research, and a call for consideration of the wider political context when designing democratic interventions in hybrid regimes.
AB  - U stabilnim demokratijama učešće u deliberaciji proizvodi efekte koji pogoduju demokratiji, dok su rezultati deliberativnih inovacija u nedemokratijama neodređeniji. Ovaj članak predstavlja doprinos debati o efektima participatornih demokratskih inovacija na stavove o privrženosti demokratiji, političkom kapacitetu i političkoj participaciji u sve prisutnijim hibridnim režimima. U radu predstavljamo rezultate ispitivanja učesnika, pre i posle njihovog učešća u deliberativnim mini javnostima (DMJ), održanih u Srbiji 2020. godine. Srbija predstavlja uzorni slučaj poslednjeg talasa autokratizacije, putem kog je postala hibridni režim, i pored toga nema razvijenu praksu deliberativnih inovacija. Prilikom sprovođenja mini-javnosti, uveli smo inovaciju u uobičajeni dizajn, tako što su uključeni i aktivni građani - predstavnici lokalnih inicijativa ili društvenih pokreta koji su bili posebno zainteresovani za temu DMJ. Naši nalazi nisu pokazali da je demokratska inovacija uticala na promenu stavova učesnika o privrženosti demokratiji, političkom kapacitetu i političkoj participaciji. Međutim, utvrdili smo da su učesnici DMJ bili manje zadovoljni funkcionisanjem demokratije na lokalnom nivou. Ovo objašnjavamo širim, anti-demokratskim kontekstom hibridnih režima, koji proizvodi neželjene efekte prilikom uvođenja demokratskih inovacija, bar kada se radi o ovim specifičnim dimenzijama političke participacije. Zaključujemo članak sa predlozima za buduća istraživanja, i preporukom da se prilikom dizajniranja demokratskih intervencija u hibridnim režimima uvaže specifičnosti šireg političkog konteksta.
PB  - Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju
T2  - Filozofija i društvo / Philosophy and Society
T1  - Failed Expectations: Can Deliberative Innovations Produce Democratic Effects in Hybrid Regimes?
T1  - Izneverena očekivanja: mogu li deliberativne inovacije u hibridnim režimima imati demokratske efekte?
IS  - 1
VL  - 33
SP  - 50
EP  - 71
DO  - 10.2298/FID2201050F
ER  - 
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author = "Fiket, Irena and Ilić, Vujo and Pudar Draško, Gazela",
year = "2022",
abstract = "Participation in deliberation in stable democracies produces effects which are beneficial for democracy, while the results of deliberative innovations in non-democracies are more ambiguous. This article contributes to the debate about the effects of participatory democratic innovations on attitudes, related to democratic commitments, political capacities and political participation, in the increasingly ubiquitous hybrid regimes. We present the evidence collected from the participants before and after deliberative mini publics (DMPs), held in Serbia in 2020. Serbia is an exemplary case of a recent wave of autocratization, which had led to it becoming a hybrid regime, and it had no track record of deliberative innovations. When conducting the mini publics, we introduced an innovation in the standard design, by including active citizens – representatives of local initiatives or social movements particularly interested in the issue of DMPs. We could not find evidence that the democratic innovation affected attitudes of participants regarding democratic commitments, political capacities and political participation. However, we did find that participants of the DMPs became less satisfied with the functioning of the democracy on the local level. We argue that the anti-democratic wider context of hybrid regimes can produce adverse effects when introducing participatory democratic innovations, at least when it comes to this specific dimension of political participation. We conclude with the suggestions for further research, and a call for consideration of the wider political context when designing democratic interventions in hybrid regimes., U stabilnim demokratijama učešće u deliberaciji proizvodi efekte koji pogoduju demokratiji, dok su rezultati deliberativnih inovacija u nedemokratijama neodređeniji. Ovaj članak predstavlja doprinos debati o efektima participatornih demokratskih inovacija na stavove o privrženosti demokratiji, političkom kapacitetu i političkoj participaciji u sve prisutnijim hibridnim režimima. U radu predstavljamo rezultate ispitivanja učesnika, pre i posle njihovog učešća u deliberativnim mini javnostima (DMJ), održanih u Srbiji 2020. godine. Srbija predstavlja uzorni slučaj poslednjeg talasa autokratizacije, putem kog je postala hibridni režim, i pored toga nema razvijenu praksu deliberativnih inovacija. Prilikom sprovođenja mini-javnosti, uveli smo inovaciju u uobičajeni dizajn, tako što su uključeni i aktivni građani - predstavnici lokalnih inicijativa ili društvenih pokreta koji su bili posebno zainteresovani za temu DMJ. Naši nalazi nisu pokazali da je demokratska inovacija uticala na promenu stavova učesnika o privrženosti demokratiji, političkom kapacitetu i političkoj participaciji. Međutim, utvrdili smo da su učesnici DMJ bili manje zadovoljni funkcionisanjem demokratije na lokalnom nivou. Ovo objašnjavamo širim, anti-demokratskim kontekstom hibridnih režima, koji proizvodi neželjene efekte prilikom uvođenja demokratskih inovacija, bar kada se radi o ovim specifičnim dimenzijama političke participacije. Zaključujemo članak sa predlozima za buduća istraživanja, i preporukom da se prilikom dizajniranja demokratskih intervencija u hibridnim režimima uvaže specifičnosti šireg političkog konteksta.",
publisher = "Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju",
journal = "Filozofija i društvo / Philosophy and Society",
title = "Failed Expectations: Can Deliberative Innovations Produce Democratic Effects in Hybrid Regimes?, Izneverena očekivanja: mogu li deliberativne inovacije u hibridnim režimima imati demokratske efekte?",
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}
Fiket, I., Ilić, V.,& Pudar Draško, G.. (2022). Failed Expectations: Can Deliberative Innovations Produce Democratic Effects in Hybrid Regimes?. in Filozofija i društvo / Philosophy and Society
Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju., 33(1), 50-71.
https://doi.org/10.2298/FID2201050F
Fiket I, Ilić V, Pudar Draško G. Failed Expectations: Can Deliberative Innovations Produce Democratic Effects in Hybrid Regimes?. in Filozofija i društvo / Philosophy and Society. 2022;33(1):50-71.
doi:10.2298/FID2201050F .
Fiket, Irena, Ilić, Vujo, Pudar Draško, Gazela, "Failed Expectations: Can Deliberative Innovations Produce Democratic Effects in Hybrid Regimes?" in Filozofija i društvo / Philosophy and Society, 33, no. 1 (2022):50-71,
https://doi.org/10.2298/FID2201050F . .
1

Promises and Challenges of Deliberative and Participatory Innovations in Hybrid Regimes: The Case of Two Citizens’ Assemblies in Serbia

Fiket, Irena; Đorđević, Biljana

(Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, 2022)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Fiket, Irena
AU  - Đorđević, Biljana
PY  - 2022
UR  - https://journal.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/index.php/fid/article/view/1430
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2531
AB  - A worrying trend of autocratization that has been spreading globally in recent years, has thrust forward a new wave of appeals for deliberative and participatory democracy as a remedy for the crisis. With a few exceptions, the majority of participatory and deliberative institutions were implemented in stable democracies. The efforts to institutionalize participatory and deliberative models are almost completely absent in Serbia and other Western Balkan countries. Yet, there has been a trend of citizen mobilization in the form of social movements and local civic initiatives, which are both a symptom of unresponsive and quite openly authoritarian institutions, as well as a potential pathway to democratization. The pace and scope of these developments in the undemocratic societies of the Western Balkan region, in terms of both bottom up and top-down democratic experimentation, call for a better understanding of their internal dynamics, and their social and political impact. Responding to this need, the articles in the special issue focus on social movement mobilizations and deliberative experimentation. 

To begin with, our introductory article focuses particularly on understanding the possible role deliberative institutions could have in hybrid regimes. It looks at the first two cases of deliberative mini publics (DMPs) ever organized in Serbia, analyzing their rationale, specific design, implementation, as well as considering the possible role deliberative institutions could play in the hybrid regime of Serbia.
AB  - Zabrinjavajući trend autokratizacije koja se širi svetom poslednjih godina je pokrenuo novi talas poziva na deliberativnu i participativnu demokratiju kao lek za krizu. Uz nekoliko izuzetaka, većina participativnih i deliberativnih institucija je uspostavljana i sprovođena u stabilnim demokratijama. Napori da se participativni i deliberativni modeli institucionalizuju skoro u potpunosti izostaju u Srbiji i drugim zemljama Zapadnog Balkana. Ipak, ono što je prisutno je mobilizacija građana u okviru društvenih pokreta i lokalnih građanskih inicijativa, koja je istovremeno simptom neodgovornih i sve očiglednije autoritarnih institucija, kao i potencijalni put ka demokratizaciji. Tempo i obim ovakvog razvoja demokratskih eksperimenata, kako onih odozdo nagore tako i onih odozgo nadole, u nedemokratskim društvima regiona Zapadnog Balkana, zahtevaju bolje razumevanje njihove unutrašnje dinamike i njihovog društvenog i političkog uticaja. Kao odgovor na ovu potrebu, članci u ovom tematu stavljaju naglasak na mobilizaciju društvenih pokreta i deliberativno eksperimentisanje.
Na samom početku, naš uvodni članak se posebno fokusira na razumevanje moguće uloge koju bi deliberativne institucije mogle da imaju u hibridnim režimima. Razmatraju se prva dva slučaja deliberativnih mini javnosti (DMJ) ikada organizovanih u Srbiji, uz analizu obrazloženja, specifičnog dizajna, sprovođenja DMJ, kao i sagledavanje moguće uloge koju bi deliberativne institucije mogle da imaju u hibridnom režimu Srbije.
PB  - Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju
T2  - Filozofija i društvo / Philosophy and Society
T1  - Promises and Challenges of Deliberative and Participatory Innovations in Hybrid Regimes: The Case of Two Citizens’ Assemblies in Serbia
T1  - Obećanja i izazovi deliberativnih i participativnih inovacija u hibridnim režimima: slučaj dve Građanske skupštine u Srbiji
IS  - 1
VL  - 33
SP  - 3
EP  - 25
DO  - 10.2298/FID2201003F
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Fiket, Irena and Đorđević, Biljana",
year = "2022",
abstract = "A worrying trend of autocratization that has been spreading globally in recent years, has thrust forward a new wave of appeals for deliberative and participatory democracy as a remedy for the crisis. With a few exceptions, the majority of participatory and deliberative institutions were implemented in stable democracies. The efforts to institutionalize participatory and deliberative models are almost completely absent in Serbia and other Western Balkan countries. Yet, there has been a trend of citizen mobilization in the form of social movements and local civic initiatives, which are both a symptom of unresponsive and quite openly authoritarian institutions, as well as a potential pathway to democratization. The pace and scope of these developments in the undemocratic societies of the Western Balkan region, in terms of both bottom up and top-down democratic experimentation, call for a better understanding of their internal dynamics, and their social and political impact. Responding to this need, the articles in the special issue focus on social movement mobilizations and deliberative experimentation. 

To begin with, our introductory article focuses particularly on understanding the possible role deliberative institutions could have in hybrid regimes. It looks at the first two cases of deliberative mini publics (DMPs) ever organized in Serbia, analyzing their rationale, specific design, implementation, as well as considering the possible role deliberative institutions could play in the hybrid regime of Serbia., Zabrinjavajući trend autokratizacije koja se širi svetom poslednjih godina je pokrenuo novi talas poziva na deliberativnu i participativnu demokratiju kao lek za krizu. Uz nekoliko izuzetaka, većina participativnih i deliberativnih institucija je uspostavljana i sprovođena u stabilnim demokratijama. Napori da se participativni i deliberativni modeli institucionalizuju skoro u potpunosti izostaju u Srbiji i drugim zemljama Zapadnog Balkana. Ipak, ono što je prisutno je mobilizacija građana u okviru društvenih pokreta i lokalnih građanskih inicijativa, koja je istovremeno simptom neodgovornih i sve očiglednije autoritarnih institucija, kao i potencijalni put ka demokratizaciji. Tempo i obim ovakvog razvoja demokratskih eksperimenata, kako onih odozdo nagore tako i onih odozgo nadole, u nedemokratskim društvima regiona Zapadnog Balkana, zahtevaju bolje razumevanje njihove unutrašnje dinamike i njihovog društvenog i političkog uticaja. Kao odgovor na ovu potrebu, članci u ovom tematu stavljaju naglasak na mobilizaciju društvenih pokreta i deliberativno eksperimentisanje.
Na samom početku, naš uvodni članak se posebno fokusira na razumevanje moguće uloge koju bi deliberativne institucije mogle da imaju u hibridnim režimima. Razmatraju se prva dva slučaja deliberativnih mini javnosti (DMJ) ikada organizovanih u Srbiji, uz analizu obrazloženja, specifičnog dizajna, sprovođenja DMJ, kao i sagledavanje moguće uloge koju bi deliberativne institucije mogle da imaju u hibridnom režimu Srbije.",
publisher = "Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju",
journal = "Filozofija i društvo / Philosophy and Society",
title = "Promises and Challenges of Deliberative and Participatory Innovations in Hybrid Regimes: The Case of Two Citizens’ Assemblies in Serbia, Obećanja i izazovi deliberativnih i participativnih inovacija u hibridnim režimima: slučaj dve Građanske skupštine u Srbiji",
number = "1",
volume = "33",
pages = "3-25",
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}
Fiket, I.,& Đorđević, B.. (2022). Promises and Challenges of Deliberative and Participatory Innovations in Hybrid Regimes: The Case of Two Citizens’ Assemblies in Serbia. in Filozofija i društvo / Philosophy and Society
Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju., 33(1), 3-25.
https://doi.org/10.2298/FID2201003F
Fiket I, Đorđević B. Promises and Challenges of Deliberative and Participatory Innovations in Hybrid Regimes: The Case of Two Citizens’ Assemblies in Serbia. in Filozofija i društvo / Philosophy and Society. 2022;33(1):3-25.
doi:10.2298/FID2201003F .
Fiket, Irena, Đorđević, Biljana, "Promises and Challenges of Deliberative and Participatory Innovations in Hybrid Regimes: The Case of Two Citizens’ Assemblies in Serbia" in Filozofija i društvo / Philosophy and Society, 33, no. 1 (2022):3-25,
https://doi.org/10.2298/FID2201003F . .
6

Građanska neposlušnost

Nikolić, Sara; Fiket, Irena

(Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, 2021)


                                            

                                            
Nikolić, S.,& Fiket, I.. (2021). Građanska neposlušnost. in Pojmovnik angažmana
Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju., 35.
https://doi.org/978-86-80484-80-8
Nikolić S, Fiket I. Građanska neposlušnost. in Pojmovnik angažmana. 2021;:35.
doi:978-86-80484-80-8 .
Nikolić, Sara, Fiket, Irena, "Građanska neposlušnost" in Pojmovnik angažmana (2021):35,
https://doi.org/978-86-80484-80-8 . .

Possibility of non-institutional political participation within the non-responsive system of Serbia: The impact of (dis)trust and internal political efficiency

Fiket, Irena; Pudar Draško, Gazela

(Beograd : Sociološko naučno društvo Srbije, 2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Fiket, Irena
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/3390
AB  - Polazeći od nalaza ranijih istraživanja čiji rezultati govore o nepoverenju građana i građanki Srbije u političke institucije i političke aktere, niskoj izlaznosti na izbore i generalnoj pasivizaciji i apatiji građanstva, autorke se bave razumevanjem vaninstitucionalne političke participacije u Srbiji. U radu se kreće od pretpostavke da navedeni indikatori koji upućuju na povlačenje građana i građanki Srbije iz političkog života ne moraju nužno predstavljati deo istog fenomena. Naime, autorke smatraju da je nužno razlikovati pretpostavke institucionalne i vaninstitucionalne građanske participacije. Sa jedne strane, autorke polaze od teze da visoko poverenje u institucije zapravo može negativno uticati na potrebu građanstva da se mobiliše kako bi ostvarili uticaj na institucije. Istovremeno, građanstvo može biti sklono učestvovanju u političkom životu kroz vaninstitucionalne kanale, ukoliko poseduje razvijen osećaj interne političke efikasnosti, koji ne mora biti u vezi sa responsivnošću političkog sistema.
PB  - Beograd : Sociološko naučno društvo Srbije
T2  - Sociologija
T1  - Possibility of non-institutional political participation within the non-responsive system of Serbia: The impact of (dis)trust and internal political efficiency
SP  - 400
EP  - 418
DO  - 10.2298/SOC2102400F
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Fiket, Irena and Pudar Draško, Gazela",
year = "2021",
abstract = "Polazeći od nalaza ranijih istraživanja čiji rezultati govore o nepoverenju građana i građanki Srbije u političke institucije i političke aktere, niskoj izlaznosti na izbore i generalnoj pasivizaciji i apatiji građanstva, autorke se bave razumevanjem vaninstitucionalne političke participacije u Srbiji. U radu se kreće od pretpostavke da navedeni indikatori koji upućuju na povlačenje građana i građanki Srbije iz političkog života ne moraju nužno predstavljati deo istog fenomena. Naime, autorke smatraju da je nužno razlikovati pretpostavke institucionalne i vaninstitucionalne građanske participacije. Sa jedne strane, autorke polaze od teze da visoko poverenje u institucije zapravo može negativno uticati na potrebu građanstva da se mobiliše kako bi ostvarili uticaj na institucije. Istovremeno, građanstvo može biti sklono učestvovanju u političkom životu kroz vaninstitucionalne kanale, ukoliko poseduje razvijen osećaj interne političke efikasnosti, koji ne mora biti u vezi sa responsivnošću političkog sistema.",
publisher = "Beograd : Sociološko naučno društvo Srbije",
journal = "Sociologija",
title = "Possibility of non-institutional political participation within the non-responsive system of Serbia: The impact of (dis)trust and internal political efficiency",
pages = "400-418",
doi = "10.2298/SOC2102400F"
}
Fiket, I.,& Pudar Draško, G.. (2021). Possibility of non-institutional political participation within the non-responsive system of Serbia: The impact of (dis)trust and internal political efficiency. in Sociologija
Beograd : Sociološko naučno društvo Srbije., 400-418.
https://doi.org/10.2298/SOC2102400F
Fiket I, Pudar Draško G. Possibility of non-institutional political participation within the non-responsive system of Serbia: The impact of (dis)trust and internal political efficiency. in Sociologija. 2021;:400-418.
doi:10.2298/SOC2102400F .
Fiket, Irena, Pudar Draško, Gazela, "Possibility of non-institutional political participation within the non-responsive system of Serbia: The impact of (dis)trust and internal political efficiency" in Sociologija (2021):400-418,
https://doi.org/10.2298/SOC2102400F . .
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Aktivno građanstvo

Vasiljevic, Jelena; Fiket, Irena

(Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, 2021)


                                            

                                            
Vasiljevic, J.,& Fiket, I.. (2021). Aktivno građanstvo. in Pojmovnik angažmana
Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju., 20-21.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2794
Vasiljevic J, Fiket I. Aktivno građanstvo. in Pojmovnik angažmana. 2021;:20-21.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2794 .
Vasiljevic, Jelena, Fiket, Irena, "Aktivno građanstvo" in Pojmovnik angažmana (2021):20-21,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2794 .

Cultures of rejection in the Covid-19 crisis

Opratko, Benjamin; Bojadžijev, Manuela; Bojanić, Sanja M.; Fiket, Irena; Harder, Alexander; Jonsson, Stefan; Nećak, Mirjana; Neegard, Anders; Ortega Soto, Celina; Pudar Draško, Gazela; Sauer, Birgit; Čehajić Stojanović, Kristina

(Routledge, 2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Opratko, Benjamin
AU  - Bojadžijev, Manuela
AU  - Bojanić, Sanja M.
AU  - Fiket, Irena
AU  - Harder, Alexander
AU  - Jonsson, Stefan
AU  - Nećak, Mirjana
AU  - Neegard, Anders
AU  - Ortega Soto, Celina
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
AU  - Sauer, Birgit
AU  - Čehajić Stojanović, Kristina
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2636
AB  - This article offers a collectively developed analysis of the Covid-19 crisis as it
relates to contemporary cultures of rejection, i.e. the socio-cultural conditions
in which authoritarian and right-wing populist politics thrive, in Europe. We
explore how the pandemic and its management reinforces, transforms and/or
overrides existing antagonisms and institutes new ones in Serbia, Croatia,
Austria, Germany and Sweden. We discuss how the Covid-19 crisis affects the
rise of new statisms; gendered patterns of social reproduction; mobility and
migration; digital infrastructures; and new political mobilizations
PB  - Routledge
T2  - Ethnic and Racial Studies
T1  - Cultures of rejection in the Covid-19 crisis
VL  - 44
DO  - 10.1080/01419870.2020.1859575
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Opratko, Benjamin and Bojadžijev, Manuela and Bojanić, Sanja M. and Fiket, Irena and Harder, Alexander and Jonsson, Stefan and Nećak, Mirjana and Neegard, Anders and Ortega Soto, Celina and Pudar Draško, Gazela and Sauer, Birgit and Čehajić Stojanović, Kristina",
year = "2021",
abstract = "This article offers a collectively developed analysis of the Covid-19 crisis as it
relates to contemporary cultures of rejection, i.e. the socio-cultural conditions
in which authoritarian and right-wing populist politics thrive, in Europe. We
explore how the pandemic and its management reinforces, transforms and/or
overrides existing antagonisms and institutes new ones in Serbia, Croatia,
Austria, Germany and Sweden. We discuss how the Covid-19 crisis affects the
rise of new statisms; gendered patterns of social reproduction; mobility and
migration; digital infrastructures; and new political mobilizations",
publisher = "Routledge",
journal = "Ethnic and Racial Studies",
title = "Cultures of rejection in the Covid-19 crisis",
volume = "44",
doi = "10.1080/01419870.2020.1859575"
}
Opratko, B., Bojadžijev, M., Bojanić, S. M., Fiket, I., Harder, A., Jonsson, S., Nećak, M., Neegard, A., Ortega Soto, C., Pudar Draško, G., Sauer, B.,& Čehajić Stojanović, K.. (2021). Cultures of rejection in the Covid-19 crisis. in Ethnic and Racial Studies
Routledge., 44.
https://doi.org/10.1080/01419870.2020.1859575
Opratko B, Bojadžijev M, Bojanić SM, Fiket I, Harder A, Jonsson S, Nećak M, Neegard A, Ortega Soto C, Pudar Draško G, Sauer B, Čehajić Stojanović K. Cultures of rejection in the Covid-19 crisis. in Ethnic and Racial Studies. 2021;44.
doi:10.1080/01419870.2020.1859575 .
Opratko, Benjamin, Bojadžijev, Manuela, Bojanić, Sanja M., Fiket, Irena, Harder, Alexander, Jonsson, Stefan, Nećak, Mirjana, Neegard, Anders, Ortega Soto, Celina, Pudar Draško, Gazela, Sauer, Birgit, Čehajić Stojanović, Kristina, "Cultures of rejection in the Covid-19 crisis" in Ethnic and Racial Studies, 44 (2021),
https://doi.org/10.1080/01419870.2020.1859575 . .
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Angažman unutar porodice? Studija o akademskim radnicama Univerziteta u Beogradu/Intra-family Engagement? A Study of Female Academic Staff at the University of Belgrade

Ćeriman, Jelena; Fiket, Irena

(B eograd : Etnografski institut SANU, 2020)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Ćeriman, Jelena
AU  - Fiket, Irena
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/3191
PB  - B eograd : Etnografski institut SANU
C3  - Knjiga apstrakata/Naučna konferencija Naučnice u društvu, 11-13. februar 2020, SANU, Beograd/Book of abstracts Women scholars and scientists in society, 11-13 February 2020, SASA, Belgrade
T1  - Angažman unutar porodice? Studija o akademskim radnicama Univerziteta u Beogradu/Intra-family Engagement? A Study of Female Academic Staff at the University of Belgrade
SP  - 108
EP  - 109
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_3191
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Ćeriman, Jelena and Fiket, Irena",
year = "2020",
publisher = "B eograd : Etnografski institut SANU",
journal = "Knjiga apstrakata/Naučna konferencija Naučnice u društvu, 11-13. februar 2020, SANU, Beograd/Book of abstracts Women scholars and scientists in society, 11-13 February 2020, SASA, Belgrade",
title = "Angažman unutar porodice? Studija o akademskim radnicama Univerziteta u Beogradu/Intra-family Engagement? A Study of Female Academic Staff at the University of Belgrade",
pages = "108-109",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_3191"
}
Ćeriman, J.,& Fiket, I.. (2020). Angažman unutar porodice? Studija o akademskim radnicama Univerziteta u Beogradu/Intra-family Engagement? A Study of Female Academic Staff at the University of Belgrade. in Knjiga apstrakata/Naučna konferencija Naučnice u društvu, 11-13. februar 2020, SANU, Beograd/Book of abstracts Women scholars and scientists in society, 11-13 February 2020, SASA, Belgrade
B eograd : Etnografski institut SANU., 108-109.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_3191
Ćeriman J, Fiket I. Angažman unutar porodice? Studija o akademskim radnicama Univerziteta u Beogradu/Intra-family Engagement? A Study of Female Academic Staff at the University of Belgrade. in Knjiga apstrakata/Naučna konferencija Naučnice u društvu, 11-13. februar 2020, SANU, Beograd/Book of abstracts Women scholars and scientists in society, 11-13 February 2020, SASA, Belgrade. 2020;:108-109.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_3191 .
Ćeriman, Jelena, Fiket, Irena, "Angažman unutar porodice? Studija o akademskim radnicama Univerziteta u Beogradu/Intra-family Engagement? A Study of Female Academic Staff at the University of Belgrade" in Knjiga apstrakata/Naučna konferencija Naučnice u društvu, 11-13. februar 2020, SANU, Beograd/Book of abstracts Women scholars and scientists in society, 11-13 February 2020, SASA, Belgrade (2020):108-109,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_3191 .

Intra-family Engagement? A Study of Female Academic Staff at the University of Belgrade

Fiket, Irena; Ceriman, Jelena

(Beograd: Etnografski institut SANU, 2020)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Fiket, Irena
AU  - Ceriman, Jelena
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2637
AB  - According to the results of various studies, women remain responsible
for most household duties. Th is distribution is also refl ected in the position
of women in academia, since the family-dominant model tends to be reproduced within the academic community as well. Th is imbalance is refl ected
in the distribution of “lower rank” jobs in academia, and the shift ing of most
responsibilities for such jobs to women, leaving men with more time to pursue academic work. Th is situation, originating in the issue of family responsibilities, actually raises academic questions. Th e analysis in the paper is based
on empirical insights from a 2017 survey conducted among academic staff at
the University of Belgrade, and focuses on the following question: what factors lead to engagements within the family which seek to change patriarchal
patterns as expressed in the unequal distribution of domestic and family care
work, and which indirectly aff ect the distribution of responsibilities between
men and women in the academic sphere?
PB  - Beograd: Etnografski institut SANU
C3  - Naučnice u društvu. Radovi sa konferencije održane od 11. do 13. februara 2020. u Srpskoj akademiji nauka i umetnosti u Beogradu
T1  - Intra-family  Engagement? A Study of Female Academic Staff at the  University of Belgrade
SP  - 89
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2637
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Fiket, Irena and Ceriman, Jelena",
year = "2020",
abstract = "According to the results of various studies, women remain responsible
for most household duties. Th is distribution is also refl ected in the position
of women in academia, since the family-dominant model tends to be reproduced within the academic community as well. Th is imbalance is refl ected
in the distribution of “lower rank” jobs in academia, and the shift ing of most
responsibilities for such jobs to women, leaving men with more time to pursue academic work. Th is situation, originating in the issue of family responsibilities, actually raises academic questions. Th e analysis in the paper is based
on empirical insights from a 2017 survey conducted among academic staff at
the University of Belgrade, and focuses on the following question: what factors lead to engagements within the family which seek to change patriarchal
patterns as expressed in the unequal distribution of domestic and family care
work, and which indirectly aff ect the distribution of responsibilities between
men and women in the academic sphere?",
publisher = "Beograd: Etnografski institut SANU",
journal = "Naučnice u društvu. Radovi sa konferencije održane od 11. do 13. februara 2020. u Srpskoj akademiji nauka i umetnosti u Beogradu",
title = "Intra-family  Engagement? A Study of Female Academic Staff at the  University of Belgrade",
pages = "89",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2637"
}
Fiket, I.,& Ceriman, J.. (2020). Intra-family  Engagement? A Study of Female Academic Staff at the  University of Belgrade. in Naučnice u društvu. Radovi sa konferencije održane od 11. do 13. februara 2020. u Srpskoj akademiji nauka i umetnosti u Beogradu
Beograd: Etnografski institut SANU., 89.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2637
Fiket I, Ceriman J. Intra-family  Engagement? A Study of Female Academic Staff at the  University of Belgrade. in Naučnice u društvu. Radovi sa konferencije održane od 11. do 13. februara 2020. u Srpskoj akademiji nauka i umetnosti u Beogradu. 2020;:89.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2637 .
Fiket, Irena, Ceriman, Jelena, "Intra-family  Engagement? A Study of Female Academic Staff at the  University of Belgrade" in Naučnice u društvu. Radovi sa konferencije održane od 11. do 13. februara 2020. u Srpskoj akademiji nauka i umetnosti u Beogradu (2020):89,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2637 .

The discourse of anti-instrumentalism: exploring a conceptual model through the case study of the We won’t let Belgrade d(r)own initiative

Fiket, Irena; Ivković, Marjan; Pudar Draško, Gazela; Vasiljević, Jelena

(Coordinamento SIBA - University of Salento, 2019)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Fiket, Irena
AU  - Ivković, Marjan
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
AU  - Vasiljević, Jelena
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2044
AB  - The main focus of our paper is on a specific form of democratic discourse, used in different types of social engagement actions (petitions, speeches, intellectual engagement, ad hoc citizens' protests, social movements etc.), that attempts to politicize a certain issue by challenging the neoliberal principle of instrumentalism which argues that democratic procedures can legitimately be abandoned in the name of the greater efficiency of socioeconomic development. Therefore, we start from identifying the discourse of "neoliberal instrumentalism" and its relative success in delegitimizing the welfare state and mechanisms of democratic decision making and we formulate a conceptual model of a democratic counter-narrative named "anti-instrumentalist discourse". Through empirical analyses of discourse used by We Won't Let Belgrade D(r)own initiative, that mobilized against the Serbian government's urban project Belgrade Waterfront we try to illustrate the applicability and the heuristic value of the proposed model. The data for the analyses were collected through 1) desk analysis of available secondary data on the Belgrade Waterfront project, 2) official statements and proclamations of the We Won't Let Belgrade D(r)own initiative, 3) semi-structured interviews with four core members of the initiative.
PB  - Coordinamento SIBA - University of Salento
T2  - Partecipazione E Conflitto
T1  - The discourse of anti-instrumentalism: exploring a conceptual model through the case study of the We won’t let Belgrade d(r)own initiative
IS  - 3
VL  - 12
SP  - 898
EP  - 918
DO  - 10.1285/i20356609v12i3p898
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Fiket, Irena and Ivković, Marjan and Pudar Draško, Gazela and Vasiljević, Jelena",
year = "2019",
abstract = "The main focus of our paper is on a specific form of democratic discourse, used in different types of social engagement actions (petitions, speeches, intellectual engagement, ad hoc citizens' protests, social movements etc.), that attempts to politicize a certain issue by challenging the neoliberal principle of instrumentalism which argues that democratic procedures can legitimately be abandoned in the name of the greater efficiency of socioeconomic development. Therefore, we start from identifying the discourse of "neoliberal instrumentalism" and its relative success in delegitimizing the welfare state and mechanisms of democratic decision making and we formulate a conceptual model of a democratic counter-narrative named "anti-instrumentalist discourse". Through empirical analyses of discourse used by We Won't Let Belgrade D(r)own initiative, that mobilized against the Serbian government's urban project Belgrade Waterfront we try to illustrate the applicability and the heuristic value of the proposed model. The data for the analyses were collected through 1) desk analysis of available secondary data on the Belgrade Waterfront project, 2) official statements and proclamations of the We Won't Let Belgrade D(r)own initiative, 3) semi-structured interviews with four core members of the initiative.",
publisher = "Coordinamento SIBA - University of Salento",
journal = "Partecipazione E Conflitto",
title = "The discourse of anti-instrumentalism: exploring a conceptual model through the case study of the We won’t let Belgrade d(r)own initiative",
number = "3",
volume = "12",
pages = "898-918",
doi = "10.1285/i20356609v12i3p898"
}
Fiket, I., Ivković, M., Pudar Draško, G.,& Vasiljević, J.. (2019). The discourse of anti-instrumentalism: exploring a conceptual model through the case study of the We won’t let Belgrade d(r)own initiative. in Partecipazione E Conflitto
Coordinamento SIBA - University of Salento., 12(3), 898-918.
https://doi.org/10.1285/i20356609v12i3p898
Fiket I, Ivković M, Pudar Draško G, Vasiljević J. The discourse of anti-instrumentalism: exploring a conceptual model through the case study of the We won’t let Belgrade d(r)own initiative. in Partecipazione E Conflitto. 2019;12(3):898-918.
doi:10.1285/i20356609v12i3p898 .
Fiket, Irena, Ivković, Marjan, Pudar Draško, Gazela, Vasiljević, Jelena, "The discourse of anti-instrumentalism: exploring a conceptual model through the case study of the We won’t let Belgrade d(r)own initiative" in Partecipazione E Conflitto, 12, no. 3 (2019):898-918,
https://doi.org/10.1285/i20356609v12i3p898 . .

Big dreams and small steps: comparative perspectives on the social movement struggle for democracy in Serbia and North Macedonia

Pudar Draško, Gazela; Fiket, Irena; Vasiljević, Jelena

(Taylor & Francis Online, 2019)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
AU  - Fiket, Irena
AU  - Vasiljević, Jelena
PY  - 2019
UR  - https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14683857.2019.1654317?journalCode=fbss20
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2021
AB  - This paper provides a comparative analysis of social movements’ characteristics and capacities to struggle against illiberal tendencies and incite political change in Serbia and North Macedonia. First, we discuss the illiberal elements of political regimes in the countries in question, Serbia and North Macedonia. Then, we provide a comprehensive overview of progressive social movements in the two countries, formed and organized as a response to different authoritarian and non-democratic tendencies. Finally, we point to some differences in their organizing, coalition-forging and issue-defining principles, which, we believe, may help to explain the relative success of social movements in North Macedonia in producing relevant political outcomes, compared to the weak political impact of social movements in Serbia. Empirical data were collected during the summer of 2018 through in-depth interviews with members of social movements in North Macedonia and Serbia.
PB  - Taylor & Francis Online
T2  - Southeast European and Black Sea Studies
T1  - Big dreams and small steps: comparative perspectives on the social movement struggle for democracy in Serbia and North Macedonia
DO  - 10.1080/14683857.2019.1654317
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pudar Draško, Gazela and Fiket, Irena and Vasiljević, Jelena",
year = "2019",
abstract = "This paper provides a comparative analysis of social movements’ characteristics and capacities to struggle against illiberal tendencies and incite political change in Serbia and North Macedonia. First, we discuss the illiberal elements of political regimes in the countries in question, Serbia and North Macedonia. Then, we provide a comprehensive overview of progressive social movements in the two countries, formed and organized as a response to different authoritarian and non-democratic tendencies. Finally, we point to some differences in their organizing, coalition-forging and issue-defining principles, which, we believe, may help to explain the relative success of social movements in North Macedonia in producing relevant political outcomes, compared to the weak political impact of social movements in Serbia. Empirical data were collected during the summer of 2018 through in-depth interviews with members of social movements in North Macedonia and Serbia.",
publisher = "Taylor & Francis Online",
journal = "Southeast European and Black Sea Studies",
title = "Big dreams and small steps: comparative perspectives on the social movement struggle for democracy in Serbia and North Macedonia",
doi = "10.1080/14683857.2019.1654317"
}
Pudar Draško, G., Fiket, I.,& Vasiljević, J.. (2019). Big dreams and small steps: comparative perspectives on the social movement struggle for democracy in Serbia and North Macedonia. in Southeast European and Black Sea Studies
Taylor & Francis Online..
https://doi.org/10.1080/14683857.2019.1654317
Pudar Draško G, Fiket I, Vasiljević J. Big dreams and small steps: comparative perspectives on the social movement struggle for democracy in Serbia and North Macedonia. in Southeast European and Black Sea Studies. 2019;.
doi:10.1080/14683857.2019.1654317 .
Pudar Draško, Gazela, Fiket, Irena, Vasiljević, Jelena, "Big dreams and small steps: comparative perspectives on the social movement struggle for democracy in Serbia and North Macedonia" in Southeast European and Black Sea Studies (2019),
https://doi.org/10.1080/14683857.2019.1654317 . .
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Razumevanje koncepta rodne ravnopravnosti u normativnom okviru visokog obrazovanja u Srbiji

Fiket, Irena; Ćeriman, Jelena

(Novi Sad: Akademska knjiga, 2019)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Fiket, Irena
AU  - Ćeriman, Jelena
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2640
AB  - Since 2000, a number of legal and political measures and mechanisms
have been implemented to advance gender equality in research and higher education
institutions in Serbia, mainly as a part of the process of harmonisation of legislation
with the EU standards on gender equality. However, while on one side the relatively
high score on the Gender Equality Index is often evoked in political discourse to support
the claim that Serbia is doing well regarding gender equality in higher education, most
of the empirical research done in Serbia reveales persistent gender inequalities, gendered
career possibilities, and unequal working conditions in academia for women and men.
Originating from those contradictary assertations, our main research interest in this
chapter is concerned with the way in which the concept of gender equality is understood
in the normative frame of Serbia. Our hypothesis is that gender inequalities in the
academic sphere are acctually supported by the way in which the concept of gender
equality is framed in the Serbian normative order.
Our study will be based on the analyses of documents that form the normative
framework of gender equality in higher education in Serbia. In addition, we will analyse
the data gathered in interviews with the academics of the University of Belgrade. Hence,
an inappropriate normative framework will be detected, explored, and additionally
explained through its visible practical implications
PB  - Novi Sad: Akademska knjiga
T2  - Rodna ravnopravnost u visokom obrazovanju. Koncepti, prakse i izazovi
T1  - Razumevanje koncepta rodne ravnopravnosti u normativnom okviru visokog obrazovanja u Srbiji
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2640
ER  - 
@inbook{
author = "Fiket, Irena and Ćeriman, Jelena",
year = "2019",
abstract = "Since 2000, a number of legal and political measures and mechanisms
have been implemented to advance gender equality in research and higher education
institutions in Serbia, mainly as a part of the process of harmonisation of legislation
with the EU standards on gender equality. However, while on one side the relatively
high score on the Gender Equality Index is often evoked in political discourse to support
the claim that Serbia is doing well regarding gender equality in higher education, most
of the empirical research done in Serbia reveales persistent gender inequalities, gendered
career possibilities, and unequal working conditions in academia for women and men.
Originating from those contradictary assertations, our main research interest in this
chapter is concerned with the way in which the concept of gender equality is understood
in the normative frame of Serbia. Our hypothesis is that gender inequalities in the
academic sphere are acctually supported by the way in which the concept of gender
equality is framed in the Serbian normative order.
Our study will be based on the analyses of documents that form the normative
framework of gender equality in higher education in Serbia. In addition, we will analyse
the data gathered in interviews with the academics of the University of Belgrade. Hence,
an inappropriate normative framework will be detected, explored, and additionally
explained through its visible practical implications",
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journal = "Rodna ravnopravnost u visokom obrazovanju. Koncepti, prakse i izazovi",
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}
Fiket, I.,& Ćeriman, J.. (2019). Razumevanje koncepta rodne ravnopravnosti u normativnom okviru visokog obrazovanja u Srbiji. in Rodna ravnopravnost u visokom obrazovanju. Koncepti, prakse i izazovi
Novi Sad: Akademska knjiga..
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2640
Fiket I, Ćeriman J. Razumevanje koncepta rodne ravnopravnosti u normativnom okviru visokog obrazovanja u Srbiji. in Rodna ravnopravnost u visokom obrazovanju. Koncepti, prakse i izazovi. 2019;.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2640 .
Fiket, Irena, Ćeriman, Jelena, "Razumevanje koncepta rodne ravnopravnosti u normativnom okviru visokog obrazovanja u Srbiji" in Rodna ravnopravnost u visokom obrazovanju. Koncepti, prakse i izazovi (2019),
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2640 .

Deliberativno građanstvo

Fiket, Irena

(Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju; Novi Sad : Akademska knjiga, 2019)

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Fiket, Irena, "Deliberativno građanstvo" (2019),
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2943 .

Žongliranje između patrijarhata i prekarijata: Usklađivanje porodičnih i profesionalnih obaveza akademskih radnica

Ćeriman, Jelena; Fiket, Irena; Rácz, Krisztina

(Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, 2018)


                                            

                                            
Ćeriman, J., Fiket, I.,& Rácz, K.. (2018). Žongliranje između patrijarhata i prekarijata: Usklađivanje porodičnih i profesionalnih obaveza akademskih radnica. 
Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju..
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_1719
Ćeriman J, Fiket I, Rácz K. Žongliranje između patrijarhata i prekarijata: Usklađivanje porodičnih i profesionalnih obaveza akademskih radnica. 2018;.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_1719 .
Ćeriman, Jelena, Fiket, Irena, Rácz, Krisztina, "Žongliranje između patrijarhata i prekarijata: Usklađivanje porodičnih i profesionalnih obaveza akademskih radnica" (2018),
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_1719 .

Introduction

Fiket, Irena; Bojanić, Petar; Scalamani, Davide; Hrnjez, Sasa

(Mimesis international, 2018)

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Europe, on a common European language, on different linguistic heritages
in Europe etc., touch, in one way or another, the principle of translatability
and therefore the possibilities (and limits) of exchange between cultures on
the European continent. The linguistic and idiomatic plurality of Europe
shows that its cultures are already in process of translation, translated or
product of translation, inevitably entangled in other cultural horizons
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Univerziteti između meritokratije i patrijarhata : žene i moć delanja

Fiket, Irena; Delibašić, Balša; Pudar Draško, Gazela

(Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, 2018)


                                            

                                            
Fiket, I., Delibašić, B.,& Pudar Draško, G.. (2018). Univerziteti između meritokratije i patrijarhata : žene i moć delanja. in Univerziteti između meritokratije i patrijarhata : žene i moć delanja
Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju..
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2649
Fiket I, Delibašić B, Pudar Draško G. Univerziteti između meritokratije i patrijarhata : žene i moć delanja. in Univerziteti između meritokratije i patrijarhata : žene i moć delanja. 2018;.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2649 .
Fiket, Irena, Delibašić, Balša, Pudar Draško, Gazela, "Univerziteti između meritokratije i patrijarhata : žene i moć delanja" in Univerziteti između meritokratije i patrijarhata : žene i moć delanja (2018),
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_2649 .

Preko granica rodne neravnopravnosti u akademiji

Fiket, Irena; Pudar Draško, Gazela; Delibašić, Balša

(Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, 2018)

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https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_rifdt_3391 .