Number of citations: 8
F Adam, G Tomc – Družboslovne razprave, Let. 10,št. 15/16, 1994 COBISS.SI-ID 180814
Citing scientific work
J K Cox
Over the past century Slovenia has rapidly developed from being a collection of provinces in the southern part of the Habsburg Empire, to a republic within Yugoslavia, to establishing itself as an independent state and becoming a member of the European Union. This scholarly work provides a concise introduction to contemporary Slovenia, offering an overview of Slovenia's historical background and intellectual history, and detailed analyses the major political, economic and cultural developments since 1991. Portraying Slovenia as a distinctive state that paradoxically resist cultural homogenization, while moving beyond the national and towards Europe,John Coxexamines this unique Eastern European nation as an extremely successful example of post-communist transition and focuses on: The establishment of national sovereignty after splitting off from Yugoslavia and the country's recognition by the international community in 1992 Politically democratization and the creationof a highly successful market economy in Slovenia Slovenia's accession to both NATO and the EU in 2004 The gradual development of a national program and the development of a sense of national identity and self-confidence amongst the Slovene people This up-to-date text will be of particular interest to students of East Central Europe, Modern European History and post-communist democratization.
|COBISS.SI - ID||22014045|
M F Keen, J Mucha
In this unique collection, more than 20 sociologists assembled from across Central and Eastern Europe chronicle the impact political transformation has had upon sociology during the last decade of the 20th century. Contributors investigate the general patterns this process has taken across the region, as well as the differences from one country to the next. Also examined is the extent to which sociology has contributed to or participated in the transformation, i.e., helped the societies of Central and Eastern Europe identify, understand, and respond to the challenges and opportunities offered by it.
|COBISS.SI - ID||32723298|
Questo volume intende fornire una spiegazione sociologica per la nascita dello stato indipendente e della democrazia in Slovenia in seguito al crollo del regime comunista e nel contesto globale dela terza ondata di demozrazzione (1974 - 1990).
|Publisher||The Policy Press, 2005|
B Pfau-Effinger, B Geissler
With ongoing concerns about a 'care deficit' in Europe, as well as changing demographics, employment and social trends, there is a need for greater understanding and sharing of the policies that shape care today. Care Arrangements and Social Integration in European Societies provides invaluable descriptions and comparative analysis of the now complex and highly varied arrangements for the care of children, disabled and older people in Europe, set within the context of changing labor markets and welfare systems.
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis, 2006|
Building democracy and civil society east of the Elbe: essays in honour of Edmund Mokrzycki, E Mokrzycki, S Eliæson (ed)
This book explores the idea of civil society and how it is being implemented in Eastern Europe. The implosion of the Russian empire fifteen years ago and the new wave of democratization opened a new field of inquiry. The wide-ranging debate on the transition became focused on a conceptual battle, the question of how to define civil society. Because totalitarian systems shun self-organization, real existing civil society barely existed East of the Elbe, and the emergence of civil society took unusually complex and puzzling forms, which varied with national culture, and reflected the deep historical past of these societies.
|Publisher||Texas A&M University Press, 2006|
|COBISS.SI - ID||32006754|
Subject: Politics and government, Post-communism, History & Theory, Political Process, Political Ideologies - Democracy, Slovenia Politics and government 1990 - ,
Post-communism in Slovenia.
Eugenia and Hugh M. Stewart '26 Series on Eastern Europe
|Publisher||Kappa vu, 2007|
Uno studio che si occupa delle dinamiche interne alla lunga transizione slovena e che analizza gli aspetti politici e sociali dal 1980 sino alla disgregazione della Jugoslavia. “Nell’affrontare la ricerca sugli anni Ottanta in Slovenia e sul difficile processo della sua emancipazione dalla Federazione jugoslava, Stefano Lusa, si è trovato in una posizione privilegiata rispetto a tanti storici, impegnati nell’indagine del più recente passato. Avendo la Jugoslavia socialista cessato di esistere, la Repubblica di Slovenia ha deciso di ignorare la regola dei trenta anni e aprire i propri archivi senza (o quasi) alcuna restrizione. Ciò ha permesso a Stefano Lusa di dare alla sua ricerca uno spessore che indagini di questo genere non hanno”.
|Publisher||Rowman & Littlefield, 2002|
|COBISS.SI - ID||21503069|
Norms and nannies: the impact of international organizations on the central and east European states, R H Linden (ed.)
As the Central and East European states seek to join the European Union and NATO, they face challenging demands to adhere to specific European norms and standards. In this first comprehensive analysis, contributors examine how this process operates.