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Social work in Serbia in the economic crisis and social transformation context
(Univ Zagreb Fac Law Dept Social Work, Zagreb, 2013)
The aim of this study was to show key influences (forces) on the social work in Serbia in the time of economic crisis and social transformation: its social context, theoretical trends, the relation between the profession ...
State-building and local resistance in Kosovo: Minority exclusion through inclusive legislation
(Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford, 2016)
This article focuses on the participation of local citizens in Kosovo in the process of state building and their engagement with the institutions imposed by the international community. While previous literature focuses ...
Experience of service user involvement in the education of social workers in Serbia
(University of Zagreb, 2009)
The experience in service user involvement in the education of social workers in Serbia is very limited. This fact was significantly influenced by a medical model of social work practice which has dominated the education ...
Methodological Approaches to Study of Interactivity in Communication Journals
(GRUPO COMUNICAR, HUELVA, 2013)
The aim of this paper is to map out the research around the concept of interactivity, as well as to point out the dominant streams and under-researched areas. It is based upon the content analysis of methods employed in ...
Iskustva uključivanja korisnika socijalne skrbi u obrazovanje socijalnih radnika u srbiji
(University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law, 2009)
Responses of the Serbian Welfare State to the Global Economic Crisis
(Sveucliste Zagrebu, Pravni Fakulted-Univ Zagreb, Fac Law, Zagreb, 2015)
The global financial crisis has revealed serious weaknesses in Serbia's' economic and social systems. Short term measures to mitigate the negative effects of the crisis were only partially successful. In 2010, the welfare ...
The role of psychiatry in family violence treatment / Uloga psihijatrije u tretmanu nasilja u porodici
(Srpsko lekarsko društvo, Beograd, 2013)
The aim of the paper is reassessment of the role of psychiatry in the treatment of family violence within the context of contemporary approaches and researches. There are prejudices in the general and professional public ...
Popular protest in authoritarian regimes: evidence from communist and post-communist states
(Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2014)
The paper shows that sustained popular protest is a recurrent feature in many authoritarian regimes and that a regime type strongly shapes its characteristics. Popular protest often leads to important changes in the personal ...
Islamic Extremism in the Western Balkans
(Ministrstvo za notranje zadeve Republike Slovenije Policija, 2018)
In this paper, the author examines the causes for the emergence and development of Islamic extremism in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia, and Serbia. Using comparative analytical and historical ...
When do neoliberal economic reforms cause democratic decline? Evidence from the post-communist Southeast Europe
(Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2019)
Do neoliberal reforms (notably, austerity policy) facilitate democratic decline and the gradual deconstruction of democratic institutions? I examine the democratic development of the Western Balkan countries since 2008 by ...