Ivana StepanovicInstitute of Advanced Studies Kőszeg · Polanyi Centre
PHD IN ANTHROPOLOGY
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The use of algorithms for social sorting has imposed the need to challenge the traditional understanding of the private sphere as a sealed-off realm free from surveillance and outside intervention. The relationship between private and public has become dynamic and complex while the borderline between the two zones remains to be in a state of flux....
Inspired by agent-based modelling experiments, social media strive to alter human behaviour by endorsing content that feeds our subconscious cravings to stimulate reactions or production and reproduction of digital content and, ultimately, to motivate financial transactions. YouTube dramas, dangerous TikTok challenges and hatred-fuelled comments an...
The so-called green transition that relies on battery-powered technology dramatically raises demands for lithium and other minerals. The same resources are used to produce batteries for phones, computers, electric cars, and other devices with internet connectivity that simultaneously extract personal data. While research projects in natural science...
The internet is a multifaceted social network where people live their private and public lives. A place for work and leisure, it provides spaces for all kinds of activities from running a business to playing video games and hanging out with friends. But because it is a privately-owned public space under constant surveillance, can we even speak abou...
The evolution of social/physical distancing narratives throughout the COVID19 pandemic has left the concept itself ambiguous and vague while cutting through the borderlines between private and public. In the case of Serbia, economy-driven policies have shifted the focus from isolation, solitude and remote work during the first and the only lockd...
This policy brief was created during the programme of British Council called Western Balkans science engagement programme – science communication and policy engagement training. It is interdisciplinary policy brief designed by the team of authors coming from fields of forestry, chemistry, environmental protection, economics, psychology and sociolog...
The paper is an attempt to redefine the concept of resilience in the context of changes taking place globally. One of the key changes was caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. It has shown the inadequacy of the neoliberal discourse of resilience that shifts responsibility to individuals who must be prepared to overcome the circumstances of crisis or sho...
Kontinuirani tehnološki razvoj nameće nove izazove u pogledu zaštite privatnosti, budući da pametni uređaji i mehanizmi nadzora omogućavaju stvaranje velikih baza podataka o ličnosti. Kako na javnim mestima i u privatnim domovima, tako i u ustanovama za izvršenje krivičnih sankcija, video nadzor preti da ugrozi pravo na privatnost i stoga mora biti...
The right to privacy is a fundamental human right and can be categorized as a first generation human right. However, it is one of the most controversial human rights due to the fact that it is not properly defined. The development of technology has changed our understanding of privacy and shifted the boundary between private and public, which has r...
The overarching objective of the PrisonLIFE project is to identify criminological-penological, psychological, sociological, legal, and security aspects of the quality of prison life in Serbia to understand the contemporary experience of imprisonment and reach its objective assessment and comprehensive improvement. Additional emphasis is placed on the population of female convicts given their multiple vulnerabilities and marginalization, as they are frequently overlooked in criminological and sociological research of the convicted persons in our region.