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(Im)mobility Subcontracted: Nesting Hierarchies, Uneven Distributions and the ‘Roma Inclusion’ Projects in Europe

In: Slovenský národopis / Slovak Ethnology, vol. 68, no. 4
Jan Grill
Detaily:
Rok, strany: 2020, 412 - 433
Jazyk: eng
Kľúčové slová:
mobility, immobility, Roma, poverty, capitals, development projects
Typ článku: 2. articles
Typ dokumentu: PDF
O článku:
This paper explores Roma social mobilities and trajectories in relation to particular mechanisms of subcontracting and of unequal distribution of capitals in the emerging field of EU funded projects for poor and socially excluded populations in Europe. It discusses some of the struggles for possible mobilities and its limits amidst continuing production and reproduction of privileges, disadvantages and structural orders in these project-cum-policy worlds constraints. By examining a particular case of a large-scale and multi-sited project and other similar project schemes, described by some of its proponents as one of the most ‘participatory’ projects for Roma in Europe, the article illustrates particular mechanisms of power and knowledge reproduction that facilitates some kinds of mobilities while also reproducing certain constraints and limits on these possibilities (for some subjects and some social trajectories). It develops an ethnographic critique of situated and nesting hierarchies of management and brokerage leading to reproduction of particular set ups, privileges, unequal economic distribution and (mis)recognitions of capitals, which allows for particular emergence of particular kinds of contested ‘expertise’ in the uneven field of so-called ‘Roma inclusion’.
Ako citovať:
ISO 690:
Grill, J. 2020. (Im)mobility Subcontracted: Nesting Hierarchies, Uneven Distributions and the ‘Roma Inclusion’ Projects in Europe. In Slovenský národopis / Slovak Ethnology, vol. 68, no.4, pp. 412-433. 1339-9357. DOI: https://doi.org/10.2478/se-2020-0024

APA:
Grill, J. (2020). (Im)mobility Subcontracted: Nesting Hierarchies, Uneven Distributions and the ‘Roma Inclusion’ Projects in Europe. Slovenský národopis / Slovak Ethnology, 68(4), 412-433. 1339-9357. DOI: https://doi.org/10.2478/se-2020-0024
O vydaní:
Publikované: 20. 12. 2020
Verejná licencia:
CC-BY