Publishing In Yugoslavia S Successor States

Author: Michael Biggins
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317957059
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From the Editor's Foreword: “Without any doubt, the 1990s will long be remembered as the decade of Yugoslavia's prolonged disintegration. A virtual blueprint of the conflict is accessible to anyone in a position to track the independent print media that were then emerging in Yugoslavia's various republics.” Publishing in Yugoslavia's Successor States presents the results of extensive tracking and research in that area. You'll learn how weekly independent news magazines such as Mladina in Slovenia, Danas in Croatia, and, later, Vreme in Serbia courageously documented the centrifugal political forces at work in Yugoslavia at the time. Independent daily newspapers, often located in provincial cities away form the centers of political control, pursued similar policies, adhering to high standards of objective political coverage. The periodical press also weighed in over time with more reflective assessments of the area's evolving political crisis and recommendations for managing it. Finally, as Yugoslavia's old communist paradigm of information management gradually lost control, the market gave rise to numerous tabloid weeklies and dailies that banked on nationalism and fear, serving as handmaidens to media-savvy demagogues and helping to rekindle past rivalries. Publishing in Yugoslavia's Successor States will take you on a turbulent tour of this vital industry struggling to survive and thrive in a war-torn land.

Solanus

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Access To East European And Eurasian Culture

Author: Miranda Beaven Remnek
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Gain an up-to-date overview of the evolving nature of access to scholarly publishing and acquisitions on East Europe and Eurasia Access to East European and Eurasian Culture: Publishing, Acquisitions, Digitization, Metadata presents a wide-ranging overview of current information access issues in the Slavic and East European field. This valuable resource is a helpful guide to acquisitions from border areas less commonly covered, including Greece, Ukraine, and Central Asia. Slavic specialists will find a range of answers to some of the most salient information access issues now confronting the East European and Eurasian field. This careful selection of superb presentations from a 2006 conference on Book Arts, Culture, and Media in Russia, East Europe and Eurasia: From Print to Digital focuses on access challenges and advances in publishing, acquisitions, digitization, and metadata. Access to East European and Eurasian Culture: Publishing, Acquisitions, Digitization, Metadata provides a clear picture of the trends and technological developments now impacting library collections and acquisitions. This one expansive volume presents helpful tables with publishing statistics, lists of web sites, workflow charts and diagrams, several figures, and MARC templates. The book is extensively referenced. Topics discussed in Access to East European and Eurasian Culture: Publishing, Acquisitions, Digitization, Metadata include: publishing trends and diversification in Russia, East Europe, and Eurasia since the early 1990s access to scholarly texts from underrepresented areas in US Slavic collections Slavic studies' library acquisitions from Central Asia, Greece, and Ukraine Slavic digital access designing and maintaining large- to small-scale digital projects in the Slavic field MARC21 and XML as tools for access to Slavic metadata library-scholar collaboration in promoting digital access to Slavic scholarship Access to East European and Eurasian Culture: Publishing, Acquisitions, Digitization, Metadata is an essential resource for Slavic librarians, educators, and students who seek to improve their knowledge of new access mechanisms and technology applications in Slavic studies.

Multidisciplinary Perspectives On Lao Studies

Author: Karen L. Adams
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Geolinguistics

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Library Information Science Abstracts

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The University Of Michigan Library Newsletter

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Slavic Review

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"American quarterly of Soviet and East European studies" (varies).

Bibliography Of Sources On The Region Of Former Yugoslavia

Author: Rusko Matulić
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In this second volume, Rusko Matulic continues to formulate a comprehensive bibliography of primarily published sources relating to the history, languages, literature, politics, government, religion, and social sciences of former Yugoslavia, including bibliographical materials on expatriates.

Migration Trafficking And Gender Construction

Author: Roli Misra
Editor: Sage Publications Pvt. Limited
ISBN: 938134549X
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Bringing together essays on India, Bangladesh, Myanmar and Europe, Migration, Trafficking and Gender Construction: Women in Transition offers valuable insights on women’s migration and demonstrates how tremendous political upheavals—the partition of India, the creation of Burma or the breakup of the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia—bring about new geography, demography and economies that are conducive to people’s displacement. Immigrants face racial-ethnic stratification, location segregation in ghettoes or camps and difficulties to access economic opportunities, leading usually to downward assimilation. Emphasizing intersectionality between gender and migration, the book highlights women’s experiences holistically and also shows how migration is closely aligned to trafficking. Through narratives, case studies and secondary data from different regions and countries, it points out the very different significance of female labour migration compared to men’s. Ongoing conflicts and forcible displacement against ‘newcomers’, where women are particularly vulnerable, are discussed, as are the complexities of ethnic identity. This book will give readers a comprehensive idea of the scale and complexity of women’s migration today.

The Three Yugoslavias

Author: Sabrina P. Ramet
Editor: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253346568
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Explains why three Yugoslav states have failed in the 20th century

International Environmental Affairs

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Publications Of The Permanent Court Of International Justice

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West S New York Digest

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West S Federal Practice Digest 4th

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Locate federal cases decided in the U.S. Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, district courts, Claims Court, bankruptcy courts, Court of Military Appeals, the Courts of Military Review, and other federal courts. This Key Number Digest contains all headnotes, classified according to West's® Key Number System, for federal court decisions reported from 1984 to the present. The topics are listed in alphabetical order. The Key Numbers within those topics are listed in numerical order. Each topic begins with scope notes about subjects included and subjects excluded and covered by other topics. Also, there is an outline of the topic, which includes a list of all Key Numbers in that topic. Headnotes are collected by jurisdiction or court and filed according to the West Key Number System®.

American Book Publishing Record

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West S New York Digest 4th

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Foreign Direct Investment In The Successor States Of Yugoslavi

Author: Joel I Deichmann
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 3030557391
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T his edited volume offers a descriptive analysis of foreign direct investment (FDI) flows and cumulative stock, industrial composition, and important spatial trends for each successor state of former Yugoslavia: Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, and Slovenia. The chapters are written by academic experts on the topic from each of these countries and are organised systematically in order to facilitate comparison between the states. The aim of this book is to advance scholarly knowledge about FDI in Southeastern Europe 25 years after the dissolution of Yugoslavia. Each chapter includes a summary of scholarly contributions published on the topic in English-language and local language journals, a discussion of origins, composition by industry, and location choice within the country from 1995-2018, using Dunning's (1980) eclectic paradigm as a discussion framework. The chapters conclude with prospects for FDI over the next twenty-five years with emphasis on economic growth projections, EU integration, and other relevant country-specific considerations the local authors deem relevant. Special attention is given to specific companies operating in Yugoslavia prior to its breakup and how these firms have been impacted by dissolution, recession, efforts toward European Union membership. The authors also examine the past and potential impact of FDI from unforeseen events such as the Global Financial Crisis and COVID-19. This book appeals to scholars of geography, international business, economics, and economic history of the former Yugoslavia as well as professionals working in the region and on related topics elsewhere.--