3 edition of Yugoslavia"s state and the social system found in the catalog.
Yugoslavia"s state and the social system
|Series||Information service Yugoslavia ; no. 1018-E|
|LC Classifications||JN9666.S8 J68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||75305094|
The book’s final chapter concludes by bringing the reader up to speed on what has happened in Croatia and Slovenia since the wars and independence from Yugoslavia, including political affairs, social and economic trends, emerging attitudes to global issues like the environment, and the unusually prominent place these two relatively small. The Slovenian and Croatian delegations have laid a wreath at the entrance of the mine near Lasko, where a post-Second World War mass grave was discovered last : Graham Gurrin.
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Despite common origins, the economy of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) was significantly different from the economies of the Soviet Union and other Eastern European socialist states, especially after the Yugoslav-Soviet break-up in The occupation and liberation struggle in World War II left Yugoslavia's infrastructure cy: Yugoslav dinar (YUD).
The concept of Yugoslavia, as a single state for all South Slavic peoples, emerged in the late 17th century and gained prominence through the Illyrian Movement of the 19th century.
The name was created by the combination of the Slavic words "jug" (south) and "slaveni" (Slavs). Yugoslavia was the result of the Corfu Declaration, as a project of the Serbian Parliament in exile and the Yugoslavias state and the social system book Capital and largest city: Belgrade, 44°49′N 20°27′E.
Well worth reading."--Sabrina P. Ramet, author of The Three Yugoslavias: State-Building and Legitimation in Yugoslavia, Alexander Prusin is a professor of history at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. Yugoslavism (Serbo-Croatian: јugoslavizam, југославизам; Slovene: јugoslavizem) or Yugoslavdom (Serbo-Croatian: јugoslovenstvo, југословенство; Slovene: јugoslovanstvo) refers to the unionism, nationalism or patriotism associated with South Slavs/Yugoslavs and avism has historically advocated the union of all South Slav populated territories now.
Overview: Tito's reform programs 20 years ago changed the Stalinist command economy to a decentralized semimarket system but a system that the rigid, ethnically divided political structure ultimately could not accommodate.
Yugoslavias state and the social system book prominent feature of the reforms was the establishment of workers' self-management councils in all large plants, which. In this large, thematic history of the three Yugoslavias (post-World War I, post-World War II, post-Cold War), Ramet addresses a single, core question: Why did they all perish.
Her answer -- because they failed to establish the system's legitimacy -- albeit obvious and. Yugoslavia's leaders believed that a policy of equality among the many nationalities in Yugoslavia, in tandem with Communist Party hegemony, would allow nationalism within Yugoslavia to exist Author: John Marangos.
This law established two social insurance programs on a national scale to help Yugoslavias state and the social system book the risks of Yugoslavias state and the social system book age and unemploy ment: a Federal system of old-age benefits for retired workers who had been employed in industry and commerce, and a Federal-State system of unemployment insurance.
The choice of old age. A Quick Refutation of Yugoslavia’s “Self-Administration” System. The interference of the state power in social relations becomes superfluous in one sphere after another, and then dies away of itself.
“In Kardelj’s book the individual is mainly considered as a chief element of society – the element which produces, the element. The fourth edition of this critically acclaimed work includes a new chapter, a new epilogue, and revisions throughout the book.
Sabrina Ramet, a veteran observer of the Yugoslav scene, traces the steady deterioration of Yugoslavia's political and social fabric in the years sincearguing that, while the federal system and multiethnic fabric laid down fault lines, the final crisis was sown. In the new wave period, during the eighties, the president of SFR Yugoslavia Josip Broz Tito dies, what directly impacted the social climate – the Yugoslavias state and the social system book structure starts to wabble.
With the president passing away, the system is weakened and certain people create an idea of “freedom”, where new wave can also be interpreted as a view of.
A key aspect of the above relationship is their Yugoslavias state and the social system book perceptions of the common state: while Serbs basically opted for the unitarist goal, ie. the creation of a strong federal state of Yugoslavia, Croatian leaders tended to see Yugoslavia merely as a necessary step towards a.
The Yugoslav State Commission for the Determination of Crimes of the Occupiers and their Collaborators formed by Partisans in Novemberand by September had identif individual war criminals. Thousands probably were correctly identified, but the vehicle also served to eliminate competitors for power.
Yugoslavia was defined by its in-betweenness. Established after the Second World War, the Federal People’s Republic of Yugoslavia may have.
- Changing Perspectives of the Second Yugoslav State - Master thesis analysing the change from a multinational Yugoslavia to a system of national successor states ( – ) using different perspectives in International Relations Theory and weighing their value for understanding the past events.
Author: R.C.C. Šijaković, Restaurant Walter after movie "Walter defends Sarajevo" in Belgrade, Serbia, Wikicommons/Petar Milošević. Some rights Yugoslavia or Tito of. The purpose of this book is to explore, from different perspectives, the implications of Yugoslavia's wars and would-be wars for the international system as a whole and for the principal powers.
Sabrina Ramet, a veteran observer of the Yugoslav scene, traces the steady deterioration of Yugoslavias political and social fabric in the years sincearguing that, while the federal system.
This paper is dedicated to the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFR Yugoslavia, hereafter Yugoslavia),  a country that was known for its unique system of ‘market socialism’.
Despite retaining a communist one-party political regime throughout its existence ( – ), Yugoslavia was the first socialist country to attempt far-reaching economic : Milica Uvalić.
The coerced displacement of people within the borders of their own countries by armed conflicts, internal strife, and systematic violations of human rights has become a pervasive feature of the post Cold War era.
The plight of the displaced poses a challenge that is not only humanitarian but a threat to the security and stability of countries, regions, and, through a chain effect, the. The Croatian Republic of Herzeg-Bosnia (Croatian: Hrvatska Republika Herceg-Bosna) was an unrecognised geopolitical entity and proto-state in Bosnia and was proclaimed on 18 November under the name Croatian Community of Herzeg-Bosnia (Croatian: Hrvatska Zajednica Herceg-Bosna) as a "political, cultural, economic and territorial whole" in the territory of Bosnia and Capital: Mostar.
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32–Author: John Marangos. In Richard Mills' hands, the former Yugoslavia’s stadiums become vehicles to explore the relationship between sport and the state, society, nationalism, state-building, inter-ethnic tensions and war.
The book is the first in-depth study of the Yugoslav game and offers a revealing new way to approach the complex history of Yugoslavia. Editorial Reviews "A crisply written, succinct book based on prodigious research in the archives and a strong knowledge of the secondary research and key controversies."—Marko Attila Hoare, author of The Bosnian Muslims in the Second World War: A History "Serbia under the Swastika succeeds as a modest little volume about one corner of a larger national tragedyAuthor: Alexander Prusin.
Building democracy in societies that have known only authoritarian rule for half a century is complicated. Taking the post-Yugoslav region as its case study, this volume shows how success with democratisation depends on various factors, including establishing the rule of law, the consolidation of free media, and society's acceptance of ethnic, religious and sexual minorities.
The State of the World Forum, a planetary confabulation sponsored by the Gorbachev Foundation, declared war on religious institutions, which it blamed for. Although the rogue state of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was exiled from the United Nations inSerbia and Montenegro regained recognition on the world stage in after the arrest of Slobodan Milosevic, former Serbian president.
The Federal Republic of Author: Matt Rosenberg. A Legal Geography of Yugoslavia's Disintegration Ana S. Trbovich. Provides a detailed analysis of Yugoslavia's disintegration and the region's subsequent integration into the European Union within the wider context of the development of the right to self-determination and its role in resolving conflicts.
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File Size: KB. "Yugoslavia was born in as the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes, with King Alexander its sovereign. In the country was renamed the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. After the Nazi invasion in World War II, Slovenia became part of Greater Germany, Croatia a. Folksonomy: A system of classification derived from the practice and method of collaboratively creating and managing tags to annotate and categorize content; this practice is also known as collaborative tagging, social classification, social indexing, and social by Thomas Vander Wal, it is a portmanteau of folk and taxonomy.
"A crisply written, succinct book based on prodigious research in the archives and a strong knowledge of the secondary research and key controversies."--Marko Attila Hoare, author of The Bosnian Muslims in the Second World War: A History, "In this ambitious study, Alexander Prusin offers a serious and scholarly account of the Serbian collaborationist state during World War II.
The book is the first in-depth study of the Yugoslav game and offers a revealing new way to approach the complex history of Yugoslavia.
In Richard Mills' hands, the stadiums of the former Yugoslavia become vehicles to explore the relationship between state and society, nationalism, popular protest, state-building and inter-ethnic tensions. Surely a few paragraphs on economics would not stretch the book unreasonably.
On the nitpicking side, the book seems to have both British and American editors, as financial figures are given alternately in the British "$3, million" (p) and the American "$ billion" (p).Cited by: 1.
Introduction. The state of Yugoslavia was first established as a result of events at the end of World War I, only to be dismembered during World War II; reestablished by Tito's Communist Partisan movement during the same war and then to remain a communist/socialist state until /91, when it was finally dissolved (Dedijer et al.,Ramet, ).Cited by: 6.
Yugoslavia (Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, Slovene: Jugoslavija; Cyrillic: Југославија) is a term that describes three political entities that existed successively on the western part of the Balkans, during most of the 20th century.
The first country to be known by this name was the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, which before 3 October was known as the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and. undemocratic nature of the two Yugoslavias. The first Yugoslavia, between the two wars, was a unitary state which was criticized both by the Croats and by the Serbian Democratic Party.
The second Yugo- slavia was, in theory, federal but in practice held together by a cen- tralizing one party system. The constitution decentralized. What drives a state's choice to assimilate, accommodate or exclude ethnic groups within its territory.
In this innovative work on the international politics of nation-building, Harris Mylonas argues that a state's nation-building policies toward non-core groups - individuals perceived as an ethnic group by the ruling elite of a state - are influenced by both its foreign policy goals and its Cited by: Realistically, that vision can only be of a multicultural, multilingual, federal state embedded in a multicultural, multilingual, and federal Europe." The precursor of today's EU began with a European common market, with member states embracing a common set of values and beliefs, such as tolerance, human rights, the rule of law, and the respect.
While the image of the Soviet-style system shared little in common with traditional approaches to comparative politics, it did presume, as did such major overall approaches as David Easton's  and Gabriel Almond's [I], that sources external to the nation state were not of major consequence in explaining the state's political :.
Montenegro’s pdf capital is Podgorica, though its cultural centre is the historical capital and older city of Cetinje. For much of the 20th century Montenegro was a part of Yugoslavia, and from to it was a component of the federated union of Serbia and .Aleksa Djilas is the author of The Contested Country: Yugoslav Unity and Communist Revolution, From to he was a Fellow at the Russian Research Center, Harvard University.
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