Nationalities of Slovenia — changing ethnic structures in Central Europe

  title={Nationalities of Slovenia — changing ethnic structures in Central Europe},
  author={Anton Gosar},
  • A. Gosar
  • Published 1 July 1993
  • Sociology
  • GeoJournal
The ethnic structure of Slovenia has in recent decades changed dramatically due to the geo-political rearrangements in Central Europe and due to the socio-economic developments in former Yugoslavia. The mixed, dark-age based ethnic pattern was at first eliminated to be replaced by a similar level of multi-ethnicity of a different origin recently. Ethnic groups of mostly Slavic (Croat, Muslim, Serb) origin have in the past couple of decades migrated to urban centers of Slovenia, thus replacing… 
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