Civic and uncivic values in Serbia the post-Milošević era by Ola Listhaug

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Statementedited by Ola Listhaug, Sabrina P. Ramet, and Dragana Dulic
ContributionsDulić, Dragana
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LC ClassificationsHN635.2.M6 C58 2011
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL24384903M
ISBN 109789639776982
LC Control Number2010039412
OCLC/WorldCa664840273

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Discusses Serbia’s struggle for democratic values after the fall of the Milosevic regime provoked by the NATO war, and after the trauma caused by the secession of Kosovo. Are the value systems of the post-Milosevic era true stumbling blocks of a delayed transition of this country?Cited by: 4.

Civic values are understood to be values supportive of ethnic tolerance, interconfessional harmony, human equality, tolerance of sexual minorities, and the rule of law. Those subscribing to civic values emphasize common citizenship as the basis for the community—in this case, all Serbians, regardless of whether they are ethnically Serb or Hungarian or Albanian or Turk.

Uncivic values are understood to be values corrosive of these civic. Discusses Serbia's struggle for democratic values after the fall of the Milo?evi. regime provoked by the NATO war, and after the trauma caused by the secession of Kosovo. Are the value systems of the post-Milo?evi. era true stumbling blocks of a delayed transition of this country.

Seventeen contributors from Norway, Serbia, Italy, Germany, Poland and some other European. 3 - Serbian Civic Values in a European Context Ola Listhaug, Kristen Ringdal, and Albert Simkus 51 4 - The EU in the Values and Expectations of Serbia- Challenges, Opportunities, and Confrontations Ramet, Sabrina P.

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Artemije added that only democracy in Serbia could control Albanian secessionist attempts and put an end to problems like injustice or manipulation.

[3] From until the war Artemije had seen the forces of Milošević engage in combat against the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) and civilians that spread anti-Serb sentiments among local Church: Serbian Orthodox Church.

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