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  • von Chiara Bonfiglioli

    The English preface to the collection Family in Transition. A Study of 300 Yugoslav Villages (Princeton 1966), previously published in (Serbo-)Croatian as Porodica u Transformaciji (Zagreb, 1964), is an epic tale of human resistance and solidarity in uncertain and dangerous times. The book Family in Transition, in fact, came into being not as an ordinary piece of academic research, but as an extraordinary collective project, started on the eve of the invasion, occupation and division of Yugoslavia by the Axis powers. [...]

  • von Chiara Bonfiglioli

    The English preface to the collection Family in Transition. A Study of 300 Yugoslav Villages (Princeton 1966), previously published in (Serbo-)Croatian as Porodica u Transformaciji (Zagreb, 1964), is an epic tale of human resistance and solidarity in uncertain and dangerous times. The book Family in Transition, in fact, came into being not as an ordinary piece of academic research, but as an extraordinary collective project, started on the eve of the invasion, occupation and division of Yugoslavia by the Axis powers. [...]

  • von Petar Dragisic

    Die wirtschaftliche Stagnation in Jugoslawien in den 1960er und 1970er Jahren wirkte sich negativ auf die Situation auf dem jugoslawischen Arbeitsmarkt aus. Im Jahr 1980 waren rund 800.000 Jugoslawen auf Stellensuche. Der Druck auf den jugoslawischen Arbeitsmarkt in den 1960er und 1970er Jahren sowie der im Vergleich zu Westeuropa niedrigere Lebensstandard trieben Hunderttausende Jugoslawen in die Emigration. Die überwiegende Mehrheit der jugoslawischen Arbeitsmigranten ging damals nach Westeuropa. Diese Emigration erreichte ihren Höhepunkt in der ersten Hälfte der 1970er Jahre. [...]