Stefan Jankovic: Politicization of cultural differences: the break-up of Yugoslavia in post-socialist emigrant prose

In the given article, attempts are made to analyze cultural differences as one of the main reasons for the collapse of a common state. Jankovic finds a material for determining these differences in the works of Yugoslav writers in the emigration of the late 20th century. The work was published in the Yearbook for Social History 1 for 2015.

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Language: Serbian

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