Marija Radoman

Marija Radoman
University of Belgrade · Department of Sociology

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The authors analyze the changes in value patterns—patriarchy, authoritarianism and nationalism—in Serbia in the context of the social changes that have marked the postsocialist transformation period. They focus on the extent and intensity of two sub-patterns within each of these three basic value patterns: private and public patriarchy, general and...
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The paper analyses changes in value patterns – patriarchalism, authoritarianism and nationalism – in Serbia in the context of intense social changes that have marked the period of post-socialist transformation. We will focus on the extent and intensity of two sub-patterns within each of the basic value patterns: private patriarchy and public patria...
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U radu se analiziraju promene bazičnih vrednosnih obrazaca pripadnika politič-ke elite, i to: patrijarhalnost, autoritarnost i nacionalizam, u kontekstu procesa postsocijalističke transformacije u Srbiji. Promene vrednosnih obrazaca prate se preko identičnih vrednosnih iskaza koji su predstavljeni skalom Likertovog tipa. Podaci na kojima se zasniva...
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This chapter summarises the volume’s contributions and underscores the challenges awaiting lesbian emancipation in the post-Yugoslav space. The text is organised in the form of a transnational and intergenerational dialogue with activists from Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia, Croatia, and Serbia. The discussion aims to take...
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This book intertwines academic and activist voices to engage with more than three decades of lesbian activism in the Yugoslav space. The empirically rich contributions uncover a range of lesbian initiatives and the fundamental, but rarely acknowledged, role that lesbian alliances have played in articulating a feminist response to the upsurge of nat...
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This paper analyzes certain theoretical and methodological problems in the research of (homo) sexuality. It also provides an overview of some of the conclusions about LGBT parenting. There are both theoretical and practical reasons behind making connections between the topics of parenting and problems of a different sexual orientation. On the one h...
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This chapter draws upon a long-term research project organised by the Centre for Queer Studies in Belgrade to examine the ways in which multiple discriminations of the LGBT population can be represented in the Belgrade Pride Parade. The author claims that there is an alarming lack of research on the everyday lives of the LGBT population in Serbia,...
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This paper presents different views and experiences of women on abortion and contraception, on the basis of data obtained through in-depth interviews, within the project 'Policies of parenting'. The aim of the analysis is to obtain a deeper insight into the meaning that respondents have on abortion and discourse used when talking about this topic....
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This paper presents a survey of LGBT attitudes towards the security sector in Serbia. During the five focus groups with LGBT persons, we determined the basic characteristics of police attitudes towards sexual minorities. By examining the relationship between the police and the sexual minorities, the author attempts to determine the institutional pr...
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The analysis of attitudes and value orientations of high school students comes as the result of research based on data collected during April-June 2011 in six towns in Serbia. The main objective of this research was to detect the dominant attitudes and value orientations of high school students on a scale of traditionalism, homophobia, anti-Romism,...

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