Animosities in Yugoslavia before its demise: Revelations of an opinion poll survey

  title={Animosities in Yugoslavia before its demise: Revelations of an opinion poll survey},
  author={Sreca Perunovic},
  pages={819 - 841}
  • Sreca Perunovic
  • Published 2016
  • Sociology
  • Ethnicities
  • Contrary to the widespread opinion that hatred and mutual dislike among various ethnic groups was a chief characteristic of Yugoslavia and was at the bottom of the country’s destruction, the ethnic distance survey conducted in 1990 indicates that Yugoslav society was a community with a generally low level of ethnic animosities. The results demonstrate the huge discrepancy between what most Yugoslav citizens felt and needed, and what political elites and nationalist intellectuals claimed “their… CONTINUE READING
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