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2022 Elections in Serbia: The Return of the Opposition?

Ilić, Vujo; Pudar Draško, Gazela

(Centre for Southeast European Studies University of Graz, 2022)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Ilić, Vujo
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
PY  - 2022
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2677
AB  - The 2022 elections in Serbia have not produced surprising results, nor led to changes of government at any level, with the ruling Serbian Progressive Party maintaining its dominance of Serbian politics. The elections were, however, important, as a point in which the opposition parties ended the boycott of democratic institutions and returned to the parliament. In this election analysis, we describe the political context of the elections, marked by the long-term democratic backsliding, the Covid-19 pandemic measures, the constitutional referendum, mass environmental protest mobilization, and finally the invasion of Ukraine. We explain the ways in which the institutional framework for holding elections has changed and also what has remained unchanged, and how these circumstances affected the candidates and their campaigns. We provide an overview of opinion polls before election day, as well as results of parliamentary, presidential, and Belgrade city elections, and then discuss the election outcomes. The analysis concludes with an overview of post-election political dynamics and discusses possibilities for the opposition parties after their return to the aforementioned representative bodies.
PB  - Centre for Southeast European Studies University of Graz
T2  - Contemporary Southeastern Europe
T1  - 2022 Elections in Serbia: The Return of  the Opposition?
IS  - 2
VL  - 9
SP  - 1
EP  - 14
DO  - 10.25364/02.9:2022.2.1
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Ilić, Vujo and Pudar Draško, Gazela",
year = "2022",
abstract = "The 2022 elections in Serbia have not produced surprising results, nor led to changes of government at any level, with the ruling Serbian Progressive Party maintaining its dominance of Serbian politics. The elections were, however, important, as a point in which the opposition parties ended the boycott of democratic institutions and returned to the parliament. In this election analysis, we describe the political context of the elections, marked by the long-term democratic backsliding, the Covid-19 pandemic measures, the constitutional referendum, mass environmental protest mobilization, and finally the invasion of Ukraine. We explain the ways in which the institutional framework for holding elections has changed and also what has remained unchanged, and how these circumstances affected the candidates and their campaigns. We provide an overview of opinion polls before election day, as well as results of parliamentary, presidential, and Belgrade city elections, and then discuss the election outcomes. The analysis concludes with an overview of post-election political dynamics and discusses possibilities for the opposition parties after their return to the aforementioned representative bodies.",
publisher = "Centre for Southeast European Studies University of Graz",
journal = "Contemporary Southeastern Europe",
title = "2022 Elections in Serbia: The Return of  the Opposition?",
number = "2",
volume = "9",
pages = "1-14",
doi = "10.25364/02.9:2022.2.1"
}
Ilić, V.,& Pudar Draško, G.. (2022). 2022 Elections in Serbia: The Return of  the Opposition?. in Contemporary Southeastern Europe
Centre for Southeast European Studies University of Graz., 9(2), 1-14.
https://doi.org/10.25364/02.9:2022.2.1
Ilić V, Pudar Draško G. 2022 Elections in Serbia: The Return of  the Opposition?. in Contemporary Southeastern Europe. 2022;9(2):1-14.
doi:10.25364/02.9:2022.2.1 .
Ilić, Vujo, Pudar Draško, Gazela, "2022 Elections in Serbia: The Return of  the Opposition?" in Contemporary Southeastern Europe, 9, no. 2 (2022):1-14,
https://doi.org/10.25364/02.9:2022.2.1 . .

Violence and Reflexivity The Place of Critique in the Reality of Domination

Marjan, Ivković; Zaharijević, Adriana; Pudar Draško, Gazela

(Lexington Books, 2022)

TY  - BOOK
AU  - Marjan, Ivković
AU  - Zaharijević, Adriana
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
PY  - 2022
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2557
AB  - Addressing the relationship among social critique, violence, and domination, Violence and Reflexivity: The Place of Critique in the Reality of Domination examines a critique of violent and unjust social arrangements that transcends the Enlightenment/postmodern opposition. This critique surpasses the “reflexive violence” of classical enlightenment universalism without committing the “violence of reflexivity” by negating any possibility of collective radical social engagement. The unifying thread of the collection, edited by Marjan Ivković, Adriana Zaharijević, and Gazela Pudar-Draško, is a sensitivity to the field of tension created by these extremes, especially for the issue of how to articulate a non-violent critique that is nevertheless “militant,” in the sense that it creates a rupture in an institutionalized order of violence. In Part One, the contributors examine the theoretical resources that help us move beyond the reflexive violence of the classical Enlightenment social critique in our quest for justice and non-domination. Part Two brings together nuanced attempts to reconsider the dominant modern understandings of violence, subjectivity, and society without succumbing to the violence of reflexivity that characterizes radically anti-Enlightenment standpoints.
PB  - Lexington Books
T1  - Violence and Reflexivity The Place of Critique in the Reality of Domination
ER  - 
@book{
author = "Marjan, Ivković and Zaharijević, Adriana and Pudar Draško, Gazela",
year = "2022",
abstract = "Addressing the relationship among social critique, violence, and domination, Violence and Reflexivity: The Place of Critique in the Reality of Domination examines a critique of violent and unjust social arrangements that transcends the Enlightenment/postmodern opposition. This critique surpasses the “reflexive violence” of classical enlightenment universalism without committing the “violence of reflexivity” by negating any possibility of collective radical social engagement. The unifying thread of the collection, edited by Marjan Ivković, Adriana Zaharijević, and Gazela Pudar-Draško, is a sensitivity to the field of tension created by these extremes, especially for the issue of how to articulate a non-violent critique that is nevertheless “militant,” in the sense that it creates a rupture in an institutionalized order of violence. In Part One, the contributors examine the theoretical resources that help us move beyond the reflexive violence of the classical Enlightenment social critique in our quest for justice and non-domination. Part Two brings together nuanced attempts to reconsider the dominant modern understandings of violence, subjectivity, and society without succumbing to the violence of reflexivity that characterizes radically anti-Enlightenment standpoints.",
publisher = "Lexington Books",
title = "Violence and Reflexivity The Place of Critique in the Reality of Domination"
}
Marjan, I., Zaharijević, A.,& Pudar Draško, G.. (2022). Violence and Reflexivity The Place of Critique in the Reality of Domination. 
Lexington Books..
Marjan I, Zaharijević A, Pudar Draško G. Violence and Reflexivity The Place of Critique in the Reality of Domination. 2022;..
Marjan, Ivković, Zaharijević, Adriana, Pudar Draško, Gazela, "Violence and Reflexivity The Place of Critique in the Reality of Domination" (2022).

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  - 
@article{
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?",
number = "1",
volume = "33",
pages = "50-71",
doi = "10.2298/FID2201050F"
}
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 . .

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

(University of Salento, SIBA, 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/123456789/2639
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 socio-economic 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 Water-front 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  - University of Salento, SIBA
T2  - Partecipazione e Conflitto The Open Journal of Sociopolitical Studies
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
VL  - 12
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 socio-economic 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 Water-front 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 = "University of Salento, SIBA",
journal = "Partecipazione e Conflitto The Open Journal of Sociopolitical Studies",
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",
volume = "12",
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 The Open Journal of Sociopolitical Studies
University of Salento, SIBA., 12.
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 The Open Journal of Sociopolitical Studies. 2019;12.
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 The Open Journal of Sociopolitical Studies, 12 (2019),
https://doi.org/10.1285/i20356609v12i3p898 . .

Strogo hijerarhizovana prekarnost: žene na početku svojih naučnih karijera

Racz, Krisztina; Pudar Draško, Gazela

(Univerzitet u Beogradu, Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju (IFDT), Centar za etiku, pravo i primenjenu filozofiju (CELAP), 2018)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Racz, Krisztina
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
PY  - 2018
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2581
PB  - Univerzitet u Beogradu, Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju (IFDT), Centar za etiku, pravo i primenjenu filozofiju (CELAP)
T2  - Žongliranje između patrijarhata i prekarijata:Usklađivanje porodičnih i profesionalnih obaveza akademskih radnica
T1  - Strogo hijerarhizovana prekarnost: žene na početku svojih naučnih karijera
ER  - 
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author = "Racz, Krisztina and Pudar Draško, Gazela",
year = "2018",
publisher = "Univerzitet u Beogradu, Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju (IFDT), Centar za etiku, pravo i primenjenu filozofiju (CELAP)",
journal = "Žongliranje između patrijarhata i prekarijata:Usklađivanje porodičnih i profesionalnih obaveza akademskih radnica",
booktitle = "Strogo hijerarhizovana prekarnost: žene na početku svojih naučnih karijera"
}
Racz, K.,& Pudar Draško, G.. (2018). Strogo hijerarhizovana prekarnost: žene na početku svojih naučnih karijera. in Žongliranje između patrijarhata i prekarijata:Usklađivanje porodičnih i profesionalnih obaveza akademskih radnica
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju (IFDT), Centar za etiku, pravo i primenjenu filozofiju (CELAP)..
Racz K, Pudar Draško G. Strogo hijerarhizovana prekarnost: žene na početku svojih naučnih karijera. in Žongliranje između patrijarhata i prekarijata:Usklađivanje porodičnih i profesionalnih obaveza akademskih radnica. 2018;..
Racz, Krisztina, Pudar Draško, Gazela, "Strogo hijerarhizovana prekarnost: žene na početku svojih naučnih karijera" in Žongliranje između patrijarhata i prekarijata:Usklađivanje porodičnih i profesionalnih obaveza akademskih radnica (2018).