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Lifestyle, Siberia, Russian North, Anthropology, Plurality
Lifestyle in Siberia and the Russian North, edited by Joachim Otto Habeck, illuminates a wide variety of recent lifestyles in Siberia and the Russian North. Discussing and elaborating the concept of lifestyles theoretically, the volume analyses the effect of changes in infrastructure and technology on lifestyles that the region has experienced in the last decades. The ten anthropologists who contributed to this volume pay particular attention to how habits of travel and visual self-representation changed over time. The research presented in the volume was conducted in 2008–2012 as part of the research project “Conditions and Limitations of Lifestyle Plurality in Siberia,” within the organizational framework of the Siberian Studies Centre of the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Germany.
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