Civic and Uncivic Values in Macedonia - Ramet, Sabrina P.
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One of the central challenges facing Macedonia, along with other Yugoslav successor states, is to develop civic values and to combat such uncivic values as ethnic intolerance, religious bigotry, and homophobia. This volume brings together specialists in Macedonian affairs to offer insights into the experiences and values of the Macedonians.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
One of the central challenges facing Macedonia, along with other Yugoslav successor states, is to develop civic values and to combat such uncivic values as ethnic intolerance, religious bigotry, and homophobia. This volume brings together specialists in Macedonian affairs to offer insights into the experiences and values of the Macedonians.
Autorenporträt
STEFANO BIANCHINI Professor of East European Politics and History at the University of Bologna, Italy MAJA BOJADZIEVSKA Professor of comparative literature at the University of Skopje, Macedonia BASHKIM ISENI Researcher at the Swiss Forum for Migration and Populations Study at the University of Neuchâtel in Switzerland. HASAN JASHARI Associate Professor and the Director for Doctoral studies at the South East European University in Tetovë, Macedonia DEJAN MAROLOV Assistant Professor at the Goce Delcev University in Stip, Macedonia KRISTEN RINGDAL Professor of Sociology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, and a senior researcher with the Centre for the Study of Civil War, PRIO, Oslo, Norway ANDREW ROSSOS Professor of History at the University of Toronto, Canada ISO RUSI is a journalist. He started his professional career with Mlad borec in 1971, and later cooperated with Danas (Zagreb), Delo (Ljubljana), Teleks (Ljubljana), and Na a borba (Belgrade) GORDANA SILJANOVSKA-DAVKOVA Professor of Consitutional Law and Political System at the Law Faculty 'Iustinianus Primus' in Skopje, Macedonia VESNA OPAR Professor of Public Relations at University of Tourism and Management, Skopje, Macedonia KATERINA SPASOVSKA Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at Western Carolina University, USA IRENA STEFOSKA Assistant Professor of Ancient and Medieval History at the Institute of National History, University of Skopje, Macedonia ILO TRAJKOVSKI Professor of Political Sociology at the University of Skopje, Macedonia FRANCES TRIX Professor of Linguistics and Anthropology at Indiana University, USA BILJANA VANKOVSKA Professor of Political Studies and head of the MA in peace and development at the Faculty of Philosophy in Skopje, Macedonia ANDREW WACHTEL Dean of the Graduate School and the Bertha and Max Dressler Professor of the Humanities, Northwestern University, Illinois, USA
Inhaltsangabe
List of Figures Preface About the Authors Introduction; S.P.Ramet PART I: VALUES & AGENTS OF SOCIALIZATION Civic Virtues, Liberal Values, and the Civic Culture; S.P.Ramet Macedonian Values in a European Perspective; K.Ringdal, A. Simkus & O.Listhaug Values of Albanians and Macedonians in Comparison; H.Jashari & A.Simkus Macedonia and the EU: Reshaping Social Values in Fluid Times; S.Bianchini PART II: THE SYSTEM Constitutional Engineering and Institution-building in the Republic of Macedonia, 1991-2011; B.Vankovska Political Parties, Values, and Democratic Consolidation in the Republic of Macedonia, 1991-2011; G.Siljanovska-Davkova Understanding the Ohrid Agreement; D.Marolov The Development of Civil Society in the Republic of Macedonia: Modeling State-civil Society Relations; I.Trajkovski PART III: ETHNIC ISSUES One State, Divided Society: the Albanians in Macedonia; B.Iseni Ethnic Minorities of Macedonia: Turks, Roma, and Serbs; F.Trix PART IV: EDUCATION AND MEDIA The Media and