Oblasti interesovanja

savremena porodica, roditeljstvo, intergeneracijski odnosi, kvalitativna istraživanja životnog toka, socijalne biografije


Biografija

Osnovne, magistarske i doktorske studije sociologije završila na Filozofskom fakultetu Univerziteta u Beogradu, odbranom doktorske disertacije 1996. godine. Na istom fakultetu na Odeljenju za sociologiju zaposlena od 1993. (od 2011. godine u zvanju redovnog profesora), a upravnica je bila od 2010. do 2012. godine. Učestvovala je kao istraživačica u svim projektima ISI FF od 1991. i bila njegova upravnica od 2002. do 2006. godine. Oblasti u kojima drži nastavu i sprovodi naučna i primenjena istraživanja su Sociologija porodice, Sociologija omladine, Sociologija detinjstva i kvalitativne metode. Učestvovala je kao istraživačica i konsultantkinja u velikom broju naučnih i primenjenih projekata, kao i u pisanju strateških dokumenata, na čemu je sarađivala sa vladinim i međunarodnim institucijama (WB, UNICEF, Save the Children, FES i dr.), kao i sa sektorom civilnog društva. Preko dve decenije se bavi istraživanjima mladih i učestvovala je u većem broju nacionalnih i međunarodnih istraživačkih projekata u Srbiji i regionu. Bila je članica Pool of European Youth Researcher partnerstva između Evropske komisije i Saveta Evrope u oblasti omladine, a sada je članica COST Action CA17114YOUNG-IN. Članica je European Sociological Association RN13 Families and Intimate Lives i RN30 Youth and Generation. Gostovala je na Oxford University, Durham University, University of London, Central European University, Univerzitet Ljubljana, University College London, gde je držala javna predavanja i seminare.


Objavljeni radovi (izbor)

Tomanović, Smiljka. 2018. Reconstructing changes in agency in the young people’s social biographies through longitudinal qualitative researchYoung, Vol. 27, No. 4: 1–18.

Stanojević, Dragan, Smiljka Tomanović, Milana Ljubičić. 2016. Elements of Life Satisfaction among Young Adults in Serbia. Journal of Youth Studies, Vol. 19, No. 7: 973–989.

Tomanović, Smiljka, Dragan Stanojević, Milana Ljubičić. 2016. Postajanje roditeljem u Srbiji: sociološko istraživanje tranzicije u roditeljstvo. Beograd: Univerzitet u Beogradu, Filozofski fakultet.

Tomanović, Smiljka. 2012. Agency in the Social Biographies of Young People in BelgradeJournal of Youth Studies, Vol. 15, No. 5: 605–620.

Tomanović, Smiljka, Dragan Stanojević. 2015. Mladi u Srbiji 2015. Stanja, opažanja, verovanja i nadanja, Beograd: FES i SeCons.

Tomanović, Smiljka, Milana Ljubičić, Dragan Stanojević. 2014. Jednoroditeljske porodice u Srbiji – sociološka studija, Beograd: Čigoja i ISI FF.

Tomanović S., D. Stanojevic, I. Jarić, D. Mojić, S. Dragišić Labaš, M. Ljubičić. 2012. Mladi – naša sadašnjost. Istraživanje socijalnih biografija mladih u Srbiji, Beograd: Čigoja i ISI FF.

Tomanović, Smiljka. 2012. Young people in Serbia: a review of two decades, u: C. Leccardi, C. Feixa, S. Kovacheva, H. Reiter i T. Sekulić (ur.) 1989: Young People and Social Change after the Fall of the Berlin Wall. Strasbourg and Budapest: Council of Europe Publishing: 143–159.

Tomanović, Smiljka. 2010. Odrastanje u Beogradu. Oblikovanje socijalnih biografija mladih u porodicama dva društvena sloja, Beograd: Čigoja i ISI FF.

Tomanović, Smiljka, Mina Petrović. 2010. Children’s and parents’ perspectives on risks and safety in three Belgrade neighbourhoods, Children’s Geographies, vol. 8, no. 2: 141–156.

Tomanović, Smiljka, Suzana Ignjatović. 2010. The Significance and Meaning of Family Transitions for Young People. The case of Serbia in Comparative Perspective, Annales – Annals for Istrian and Mediterranean Studies. Series historia et sociologia, Vol. 20, No. 1: 27–40.

Tomanović, Smiljka, Suzana Ignjatović. 2006. Transition of Young People in a Transitional Society: The Case of Serbia, Journal of Youth Studies, Vol. 9, No. 3: 269–285.

Tomanović, Smiljka. 2004. Family Habitus as the Cultural Context for Childhood, Childhood: A global journal of child research, Vol. 11 No. 3: 339–360.

Tomanović, Smiljka. 2003. Negotiating Children’s Participation and Autonomy within Families, International Journal of Children’s Rights, Vol. 11, No. 1: 51–71.

Tomanović, Smiljka. 2003. Capturing Change: Doing Research in a Society Undergoing Transformation, International Journal of Social Research Methodology: Theory and Practice, vol. 6, no. 3: 267–271.


Izlaganja na konferencijama (izbor)

(2018)   uvodno predavanje (keynote lecture): “Contextualising agency within structures of ‘chronic social crisis’ in Serbia” na ESA RN 30 ‘Youth and Generation’ Midterm Conference 2018 (Being) Young in context. Concepts, contexts and comparisons in youth studies, 13-16.9. 2018. Srebrno jezero

(2017)   izlaganje: “Experience and displaying of early parenthood in narratives of young mothers and fathers”, na 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association (Un)Making Europe: Capitalism, Solidarities, Subjectivities, Athens, Greece, 29. 8. – 01. 9. 2017; RN 13 Families and Intimate Lives

(2017)   javno predavanje: “Accepting the Other in a Post-conflict Society. Ethnic Distance among Young People in Serbia in Comparative Perspective”, na University College London – Institute of Education, 11. 5. 2017.

(2017)   javno predavanje: “Political Engagement of Young People in Serbia: Between Alienation and Resistance”, na Manchester Metropolitan University, 17. 5. 2017.

(2016)   izlaganje: “Experiences of Unplanned Motherhood: Case Studies of Two Young Single Mothers in Belgrade”, na: Parenthood: Perspectives on Family Lives ESA RN 13 Interim Meeting, University of Bristol, 6-8. 7. 2016.

(2015)   izlaganje: “Single mothers’ families in Serbia and risks of social exclusion“ na 12th Conference of the European Sociological Association 2015, Czech Republic, Prague, 25 – 28. 8. 2015. RN 13 Families and Intimate Lives

(2014)   izlaganje: “Reconstructing young people’s agency in longitudinal qualitative study” at the ESA Youth and Generation Research Network MidTerm Conference 2014 Negotiation, navigation, resistance – young people’s agency in post-crisis reality in Europe, in Kluszkowce, near Krakow, Poland, 10-13. 9. 2014.