2 edition of Yugoslav society found in the catalog.
|Statement||Alexander S. Vucinich.|
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Gender Politics in the Western Balkans: Women and Society in Yugoslavia and the Yugoslav Successor States. Sabrina P. Ramet. Penn State Press, Nov 1, - Social Science. 0 Reviews. Preview this book Drawing primarily on selected filmic texts from former-Yugoslavia, the book examines key social and political events that triggered the Yugoslav wars in the s. Yugoslav politics and society are set within the broader artistic and cinematic strategies that helped stabilise post-Yugoslav territories strategies that were part of the national desire of looking forward to a time of 'perpetual ?id=GyreCgAAQBAJ.
The anti-Marxist ideas of this book were the basis of the entire proceedings of the 11th Congress of the Yugoslavian revisionist party, which the Titoites, in an effort to disguise its bourgeois character, have named “League of Communists of Yugoslavia”. But even this educational role was non-existent because Yugoslav society, which was We hope that the threefold purpose of this book will be attained, namely to provide a clearer insight for the Western reader into the Yugoslav system; secondly to confront Yugoslav society with the ques tions asked and the criticism voiced here with regard to the practice of workers' selfmanagement; and, lastly, to pay a modest tribute to the
The Yugoslav wars of the s involved the violent destruction of a society in the midst of the collapse of state socialism. The moment war broke out, academic and public debates began, concerning the long- and short-term causes of the wars and where responsibility should :// Get this from a library! Soviet influences on postwar Yugoslav gender policies. [Ivan Simic] -- This book explores Soviet influences on Yugoslav gender policies, examining how Yugoslav communists interpreted, adapted and used Soviet ideas to change Yugoslav society. The book sheds new light on
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An Essay on Yugoslav Society book. By Branko Horvat. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 3 October These are the sources and citations used to research yugoslav society. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Friday, Janu society This book launch explores Soviet influences on Yugoslav gender policies, examining how Yugoslav communists interpreted, adapted and used Soviet ideas to change Yugoslav society.
The book sheds new light on the role of Soviet models in producing Yugoslav family and reproductive laws, and in framing the understandings of gender which affected key policies such as [ ] /book-launch-soviet-influences-on-postwar-yugoslav-gender-policies.
The first book in English to discuss the politics of gender relations in both socialist Yugoslavia and its post-socialist successor Politics in the Western Balkans traces the development of women's consciousness in the lands of the South Slavs from the early years of the twentieth century, on the eve of the creation of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and It explores Soviet influences on Yugoslav gender policies, examining how Yugoslav communists interpreted, adapted and used Soviet ideas to change Yugoslav society.
The book is published by Palgrave, and it derives from my PhD at University College London - School of Slavonic and East European The Garland Science website is no longer available to access and you have been automatically redirected to INSTRUCTORS.
All instructor resources (*see Exceptions) are now available on our Instructor instructor credentials will not grant access to the Hub, but existing and new users may request access student resources previously I'd have liked to know more about the day to day evolution of Yugoslav society between and and while there are fascinating bits of that jigsaw I came away wanting more.
Overall a fascinating book but I wanted more about Tito the man and Yugoslavia the › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Politics & Government. Yugoslavia officially ceased to exist in October Following the popular referenda in Slovenia and Croatia and the subsequent declaration of political independence by the two republics in Junethe Yugoslav federation disintegrated into five independent states: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (hereafter Macedonia), Federal Republic of liberal state.
For Serbia, the Yugoslav state became nothing more than a vehicle for Serbian domina-tion, which, in turn, stimulated Croatian national opposition. The first Yugoslav state (–41) was not only unable to pacify internal conflicts and di-lute rigid national ideologies, but its collapse in World War II left no mechanisms in Book Launch Event By: Andrew Lo On October 15th, Dr.
Ivan Simic presented his book, Soviet Influences on Postwar Yugoslav Gender Policies. He began the presentation by explaining the methodology of his research, which explored Stalinist policies introduced into Yugoslavia by using visual representations and documents.
He explained that in his methodology he used historical documents Book Description. Socialist countries like Yugoslavia garnered legitimacy through appealing to social equality.
Yet social stratification was characteristic of Yugoslav society and increased over the course of the state's existence.
By the s the country was divided on socio-economic as well as national :// A Utopia of Yugoslav Architecture at MoMA writes Maria Todorova in her book Imagining the resting on the belief that it is the duty of society as a whole — rather than the state 2 days ago Nikola Tesla held around patents worldwide.
Timeline. Important moments and events related to Tesla. Articles. Nikola Tesla in the press. Images. Nikola Tesla image and photo library. Landmarks. Locations related to Nikola Tesla. Letters. Letters to, About this book Introduction Yugoslav politics and society are set within the broader artistic and cinematic strategies that helped stabilise post-Yugoslav territories strategies that were part of the national desire of looking forward to a time of 'perpetual peace' and its subsequent cosmopolitan :// 2 days ago An initiative to establish Yugoslav Materials Research Society was born at the conference and, similar to other MR societies in the world, the programme was made and objectives determined.
The Yugoslav Materials Research Society (Yu-MRS), a non-government and non-profit scientific association, was founded in to promote multidisciplinary.
The Yugoslav Society Inc (previously formed by the combining of the Yugoslav Benevolent Society Inc and the Yugoslav Club Inc) changed its name to the Dalmatinsko Kulturno Drustvo Inc (Dalmatian Cultural Society Inc), retaining its original objective, ‘to promote and preserve our Culture and Heritage’.This book explores Soviet influences on Yugoslav gender policies, examining how Yugoslav communists interpreted, adapted and used Soviet ideas to change Yugoslav society.
The book sheds new light on the role of Soviet models in producing Yugoslav family and reproductive :// The theory and practice of Yugoslav “self-administration” is an outright denial of the teachings of Marxism-Leninism and the universal laws on the construction of socialism.
E. Kardelj also stresses in his book: “Our society is compelled to act in this manner as soon as it has decided for self-government and the self-governing