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Part I: Theoretical and Empirical Context

Chapter 1. Populism, Moral Economy, Informality: Imbricating the Political
Chapter 2. Ukrainian Political Economy: Embedded in the Moral Economy of Property Regimes and Identity Cleavages

Part II: The City

Chapter 3. From a Military Outpost to an Oligarchic Stronghold
Chapter 4. Archeology of Power: Regimes of Domination Reflected in the Urban Infrastructure

Part III: The Factory

Chapter 5. Informality and Hierarchies at the Soviet and Post-Soviet Workplace
Chapter 6. Paternalism in Decay: Post-Post-Soviet Inertia
Chapter 7. Politicized Embeddedness, Depoliticized Disembeddedness: New Factory Regimes

Part IV: Everyday Politics

Chapter 8. Distinction and Class: Strategies of Self-Valorization
Chapter 9. Mapping Lay Virtues on the National Political Landscape
Chapter 10. Political Attitudes and Attitude to Politics: Apathy and Authoritarian Anti-Corruption



The Making and Unmaking of the Ukrainian Working Class

Everyday Politics and Moral Economy in a Post-Soviet City

Denys Gorbach

346 pages, 20 ills., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80539-298-9 Hb Published (March 2024)

eISBN 978-1-80539-299-6 eBook