Publications of Beata Vidacs

Journal Article (3)

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Journal Article
Vidacs, Beata. 2018. Blood is thicker than water: transformations in strategies of choosing godparents in a Hungarian village. Journal of Family History 43(1): 12–29.
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Journal Article
Vidacs, Bea. 2011. Banal nationalism, football, and discourse community in Africa. Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism 11(1): 25–41.
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Journal Article
Vidacs, Bea. 2010. Conflicting interests, conflicting motivations: the politics of football in a Cameroonian village. Africa e Mediterraneo 71: 23–26.

Book Chapter (5)

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Book Chapter
Vidacs, Beata. 2015. The ideal of self-sufficiency and the reality of dependence: a Hungarian case. In: Stephen Gudeman (ed.). Oikos and market: explorations in self-sufficiency after socialism. Max Planck Studies in Anthropology and Economy 2. New York: Berghahn, pp. 24–46.
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Book Chapter
Vidacs, Beata. 2015. From pig-sticking to festival: changes in pig-sticking practices in the Hungarian countryside. In: Stephen Gudeman (ed.). Economy and ritual: studies of postsocialist transformations. Max Planck Studies in Anthropology and Economy 1. New York: Berghahn, pp. 79–106.
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Book Chapter
Vidacs, Bea. 2010. Az etnográfiától az antropológiáig: megjegyzések a terepmunkáról. In: Gábor Vargyas (ed.). Átjárók: a magyar néprajztól az európai etnológiáig és a kulturális antropológiáig Könyv. Studia ethnologica Hungarica. Budapest: L'Harmattan, pp. 137–148.
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Book Chapter
Vidacs, Bea. 2010. O esporte e os estudos africanos. In: Victor Andrade de Melo, Marcelo Bittencourt, and Augusto Nascimento (eds.). Mais do que um jogo: o esporte e o continente Africano. Sport: história. Rio de Janeiro: Apicuri, pp. 37–69.
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Book Chapter
Vidacs, Bea. 2008. The daily life of Cameroonian football. In: John Turnbull, Thom Satterlee, and Alon Raab (eds.). The global game: writers of soccer. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, pp. 16–19.

Other (1)

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Other
Gudeman, Stephen, Chris Hann, Jennifer Cash, Nathan Light, Miladina Monova, Detelina Tocheva, Monica Vasile, and Bea Vidacs. 2010. Economy and Ritual. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report 2008/2009(1). http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0011-9169-D. Accessed 2010.

Monograph (2)

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Monograph
Vidacs, Bea. 2010. Visions of a better world: football in the Cameroonian social imagination. Münster: LIT.
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Monograph
Vidacs, Bea. 2009. Egy szebb jövő képei: a futball a kameruni közgondolkodásban. Kultúrák keresztútján. Budapest: L'Harmattan.
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