Sociološko-antropološka analiza deficita tranzicionog procesa u Srbiji (2005–2006) i mogućnosti za razradu alternativnih projekata
A Socio-anthropological Analysis of Deficits of Transition Process in Serbia (2005–2006) and Possibilities for elaborating Alternative Projects
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The paper is an outline of the author’s research project to be undertaken in 2006. It is focused on the process of transition from authoritarian to democratic order in Serbia after 2000. Starting from the findings of previous studies of transition, in Serbia and in other postsocialist countries, the research will adopt a socio-anthropological approach and deal with the following topics: the model of transition being applied in Serbia; preconditions for democratic transformation; a balance sheet of positive achievements accomplished and, on the other hand, “lost chances”; socio-economic, political and cultural obstacles to articulating a coherent strategy of democratic development; psychological and anthropological aspects of current processes; alternative paths of democratic development feasible within given conditions. Acentral question the research will aim at resolving is why the current situation in Serbia is often described as suffering from a “democratic deficit”.
Keywords:Serbia / transition / socio-anthropological approach / demokratski deficit / alternativa
Source:Filozofija i društvo, 2006, 91-105
- Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju