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The Journal "Društvena istraživanja" (Social Research)

di_112 The Društvena istraživanja is a journal dedicated to general social issues, wherein it promotes absolute thematic and disciplinary openness. Therefore, it brings forth studies from various fields of social and humanist disciplines and also ones which cross the traditional disciplinary borders. The Editorial Board accepts only original unpublished research. It is published on a bi-monthly basis.
Contributions to the journal are referenced in: Current Contents/Social & Behavioral Sciences (CC/S&BS; Social SciSearch (Online Database), Research Alert (Current awareness service), Philadelphia, PA, USA, and in Sociological Abstracts, San Diego, CA, USA.

Renata FRANC, Editor-in-Chief
Gabrijela SABOL, Managing Editor
Marica MARINOVIĆ GOLUBIĆ, Assistant Editor
Vlatka VENOS, Journal Secretary
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Published issues

Non-Thematic Issue (No. 112)
Fertility and Women's Employment (No. 111)
Non-Thematic Issue (No. 110)
Early School Leaving (Dropout): Causes, Consequences and Possible Solution (No. 108-109)
Non-Thematic Issue (No. 107)
Croatian Values in Transition: European Values Study 1999-2008 (No. 105-106)
Non-Thematic Issue (No. 104)
Primary School in Croatia and the Knowledge Society (No. 102-103)
Croatian Military – Croatian Society (No. 101)
Biopsychosocial Approach to Physical Health (No. 99-100)
Consumerist Culture and market Society (No. 98)
Political Elections: Some Research Approaches (No. 96-97)
Non-Thematic Issue (No. 95)
Vukovar – Questions About the Future (No. 93-94)
Croatian Identity and Sustainable Development (No. 92)
Institutional Changes, Identities and 'Others' in the European Context (No. 90-91)
Non-Thematic Issue (No. 89)
Psychosocial Dimensions of Political Behavior in Croatia (No. 87-88)
Non-Thematic Issue (No. 86)
Positive Psychology (No. 84-85)
Society Based on Knowledge (No. 83)
Second Homes on the Croatian Cost (No. 81-82)
Society and Structures of Organized Violence (No. 80)
Croats out of Croatia: Selected Topics (No. 78-79)
Non-Thematic Issue (No. 77)
Contemporary Ecclesiastical Movements (No. 75-76)
Non-Thematic Issue (No. 74)
Depopulation of Croatia (No. 72-73)
Croatian Public Opinion: the 2003 Elections (No. 71)
Socioeconomic Culture and the Croatian Managerial Elite (No. 69-70)
The Media in Croatia – Some Aspects (No. 68)
Non-Thematic Issue (No. 67)
Sustainable Development of Croatia (No. 65-66)
Is Science in Croatia a Development Resource? (No. 63–64)
Non-Thematic Issue (No. 62)
Contemporary Approaches in Personality Psychology (No. 60–61)
Croatian Youth – Socialization, Values, Deviations (No. 58-59)
Non-Thematic Issue (No. 57)
Linguistic Ecology: Language Development and Language Pluralism (No. 56)
Family and Marriage (No. 54-55)
The Religious Challenge (No. 51-52)
Sociocultural and Psychosocial Dimensions of Sexuality (No. 50)
Croatian Public Opinion: The 2000 Elections and What Preceded (No. 48-49)
The Social Position of Gypsies in Croatia (No. 46-47)
Non-Thematic Issue (No. 45)
The Size of Croatian Population after the Homeland War? (No. 43-44)
Non-Thematic Issue (No. 42)
Family Planning (No. 40-41)
Middle Towns in Croatian Urbanization (No. 39)
Non-Thematic Issue (No. 38)
Studying in Croatia: Aspirations and Possibilities (No. 36-37)
Non-Thematic Issue (No. 35)
Central-European Emigration and New Democracies (No. 33-34)
Public Opinion Research (No. 32)
Socialization of Children and Youth (No. 30-31)
Displaced Persons in Croatia (No. 28-29)
Non-Thematic Issue (No. 27)
The Challenges of Interculturalism (No. 25-26)
New Medical Ethics (No. 23-24)
Tolerance and Contemporaneity (No. 22)
The European Challenge and the Development of Education in Croatia (No. 21)
Religion in Post-Communist Society (No. 20)
The Croatian Family’s Crossroads (No. 18-19)
Social Science and Social Change (No. 16-17)
Theories of Conflict Resolution (No. 15)
Social System and Cultural Identity (No. 14)
Croatian Islands (No. 12-13)
Confessions and War (No. 10-11)
Social Housing in Europe (No. 9)
Sociology of Dinko Tomašić (No. 8)
Istria: Particularities and the General-Croatian Context (No. 6-7)
The War Against Croatia (No. 4-5)
Privatization and New Democracies (No. 3)
Public Opinion in Croatia: The 1992 Elections (No. 2)
State, Regions, Regional Development (No. 1)




The Journal "Pilar"

pilar2 Croatian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities
Zlatko Matijević, Editor
- INTERNATIONAL EDITION - Contents




Miscellanies

 

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● RELIGION AND FREEDOM

● PRIVATIZATION AND MODERNIZATION

● VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE ACADEMY: SOCIAL APPRAISAL OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS IN CROATIA

● THE FUTURE OF THE EMIGRATE CROATIA

● THE LONG SHADOW OF THE PERIPHERY: CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARD THE REVITALIZATION OF CROATIAN OUTLYING AREAS

● RELIGION AND INTEGRATION

● MIDDLE TOWNS IN CROATIAN URBANIZATION

● PRIVATIZATION AND THE PUBLIC

● THE SOCIAL EVALUATION OF GENETIC TECHNOLOGY

● JACQUES DERRIDA: THE OTHER DIRECTION

● THE CITY AND THE PLAN: CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE DISCUSSIONS OF THE GENERAL URBANISTIC PLAN OF ZAGREB

● SISAK 2000+

● VUKOVAR ’91: MEANING, VALUES, IDENTITY

● ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CHALLENGES IN TRANSITION COUNTRIES

● RULING ELITES AND MODERNIZATION

● EUROPEAN INTEGRATION FOR THE 21st CENTURY

● EMPLOYMENT POLICIES AND WELFARE REFORM: PROCEEDINGS

● THE SPACE BEHIND: HOW MODERNIZATION CHANGES THE CROATIAN VILLAGE

● IMMIGRANTS AND HOMELAND

● CROATIAN SOCIETY TODAY: PSYCHOSOCIAL PROCESSES

● LIVING IN ZAGREB

● VUKOVAR ’91 – INTERNATIONAL ECHOES AND SIGNIFICANCE

● HOW DO CROATIAN ROMA LIVE

● IDENTITY OF ISTRIA

● VUKOVAR – CROATIAN HERITAGE AND PERSPECTIVES OF DEVELOPMENT

● IDENTITY OF LIKA

● DEMOGRAPHIC CONTEXT AND SOCIO-CULTURAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE CROATIAN HOMELAND WAR


Scholarly Gatherings


International Scholarly Gatherings


* “Confessions and War”
Split, December 2 - 4, 1993
In cooperation with the Croatian Academic Association, Split

* “The Church and the State in Post-Communist Society”
Split, April 27 - 29, 1995
In cooperation with the Croatian Academic Association, Split

* “Violence, Gender, War: Social and Cultural Aspects”
Zagreb, October 27 - 28, 1995
In cooperation with the University of California-Berkeley (Center for Slavic and East European Studies)

* “Croatia as a Factor of Stability and Peace in Europe”
Zagreb, April 11 - 14, 1996
In cooperation with the Croatian Center for Strategic Studies

* “The 28th Meeting of the Technical Committee for Social Sciences of the COST”
Dubrovnik, March 20 - 21, 1997
In cooperation with the International Center of Croatian Universities in Dubrovnik

* “Confessional Communities in Croatia and the Process of Integration of the Croatian Society”
Split, April 24 - 26, 1997
In cooperation with the Croatian Academic Association, Split

* “Croatia 2000 – Croatian Diaspora: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow”
Zagreb, June 1997
In cooperation with the Croatian Center for Strategic Studies

* “Croatian-Bulgarian Relations from the 10th to the 19th Century, with special reference to the period of the Republic of Dubrovnik”
Dubrovnik, July 18 - 20, 1999
In cooperation with the Croatian-Bulgarian Society, the International Center of the Croatian Universities in Dubrovnik, and the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Croatia

* “European Integration for the 21st Century”
Dubrovnik, December 1 - 3, 1999
In cooperation with the International Center of Croatian Universities in Dubrovnik

*“Vukovar ’91 – Ten years later: International echoes” - 2001

*”COST Reform of the welfare system in Europe and the employment policies” - 2001

*”Vukovar ’91 – Eleven years later – Camps and Human rights at the threshold of the 21st century” – 2002

*”Diaspora nad Homeland” – Metropolis Project” – 2002

*”Vukovar ’91 – Twelve years later” – 2003

*”Knowledge based society: A Challenge for new and accession countries” – 2003

*”COST Children’s economic and social welfare in Europe” – 2004

*”COST Growing up in Europe between diversity and equality – a common path towards scientific cooperation in the enlarged Europe” – 2005

“Journeys of Expression IV: Tourism, Carnival and Folklore” - 2005


National Scholarly Gatherings

* “Vukovar ‘91 - Seven Years Later”
Zagreb, November 17, 1998
In cooperation with the Association of Homeland War Organizations

* “Croatia in the Work of Ivo Pilar”
Zagreb, October 28 - 29, 1999
In cooperation with the Croatian Geopolitical Society “Dr. Ivo Pilar”

* “Vukovar - Croatia - The World: Vukovar Eight Years Later”
Zagreb, November 16, and Vukovar, November 17, 1999
In cooperation with the Association of Homeland War Organizations

* “Annales Pilar 2000 – Sociological Gatherings: Governing Elite and Modernization”
Zagreb, November 23, 2000

*”Annales PIlar 2001 – Psychological Gatherings: Croatian Society Today” – 2001

*”Developmental Perspectives of Slavonia and Baranja” – 2002

*Annales Pilar 2002: Croatian Historiography of the 20th century…” – 2002

*”Identity of Istria” – 2004

*Vukovar ’91 – thirteen years later” – 2004

*”Annales Pilar 2003 – Demographic development and perspectives of the Republic of Croatia” - 2004

*”Annales Pilar 2004 – Quo vadis Croatia?” – 2004

*”Poverty and Solidarity” – 2005

*”John Paul II – Mission and Acting” – 2005

*”Vukovar ’91 – Fourteen years later” – 2005

*”Annales Pilar 2005 – Global and Local Challenges to the Identity and Development of Croatia” – 2005.

*”Annales Pilar - Security and Defence of the Republic of Croatia in the Euro-Atlantic Context“ – 2009

*“Identity of Lika – Roots and Development“ – 2007

*“Vukovar '91 – seventeen years later“ - 2008


Round Tables

* “What is a Religious War?”
Split, December 4, 1993
* “Split and the New Strategic, Economic, and Socio-Political Context”
Split, November 17, 1994
* “Social Sciences and Social Change”
Zagreb, November 26, 1994
* “Religious Education in Post-Communist Societies - Pros and Cons”
Split, April 29, 1995
* “The Catholic Church and the Emigrate Croatia”
Pula, June 26, 1995
* “The Church and Democracy”
Split, October 19, 1995
* “Post-Communism and the Crisis of the West”
Zagreb, November 23, 1995
* “Confessional Communities in Croatia and the Integration of the Croatian Society”
Split, April 26, 1997
* “Relevance of the Work of Ivo Pilar: Message and Moral”
Zagreb, October 28, 1999
* “The Stability Pact”
Dubrovnik, December 2, 1999
* “In the Name of the People”
Zagreb, December 22, 1999
* “Globalization and the National State”
Zagreb, March 8, 2000





















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