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Democratic Transition in Slovenia: Value Transformation, Education, and Media (Eugenia and Hugh M. Stewart '26 Series on Eastern Europe) [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Sabrina P. Ramet , Danica Fink Hafner

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5. September 2006 Eugenia and Hugh M. Stewart '26 Series on Eastern Europe
The first of the Yugoslav successor states to succeed in building a democratic system and to enter the European Union, Slovenia stands as a model for democratic transition. Here, Ramet and Fink-Hafner have assembled a team of outstanding specialists to analyze various aspects of the country's transformation from socialism to democracy. The editors note that while a great deal has been written on political and economic questions, relatively little attention has been paid to the transformation and transmission of values and norms in Eastern Europe over the past fifteen years. Slovenia's experience demonstrates how a small country has created the preconditions necessary to the construction of a civic, democratic culture. Six values are emphasized as central to this project: tolerance, equality, church-state separation, respect for democratic procedure and the rule of law, human rights, and civic-mindedness. The volume editors join the other contributors in discussing the manner in which Slovenia has set out to build democracy, the ways in which values are transmitted, the role of the media in a free society, the structure of educational systems, and other questions that concern anyone who aspires to live in an open, democratic society.

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." . . presents a valuable assessment of how Slovenia has been transformed, or not, in the decade since declaring independence in 1991...a welcome contribution. Students of Slovenia will find it valuable, as will those interested in post-communist developments in Central and Eastern Europe."--Carole Rogel, Emeritus, History Department, Ohio State University

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The first of the Yugoslav successor states to succeed in building a democratic system and to enter the European Union, Slovenia stands as a model for democratic transition. Here, Ramet and Fink-Hafner have assembled a team of outstanding specialists to analyze various aspects of the country's transformation from socialism to democracy. The editors note that while a great deal has been written on political and economic questions, relatively little attention has been paid to the transformation and transmission of values and norms in Eastern Europe over the past fifteen years. Slovenia's experience demonstrates how a small country has created the preconditions necessary to the construction of a civic, democratic culture. Six values are emphasized as central to this project: tolerance, equality, church-state separation, respect for democratic procedure and the rule of law, human rights, and civic-mindedness.

The volume editors join the other contributors in discussing the manner in which Slovenia has set out to build democracy, the ways in which values are transmitted, the role of the media in a free society, the structure of educational systems, and other questions that concern anyone who aspires to live in an open, democratic society.


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3.0 von 5 Sternen Slovenia: Socialism to Democracy 27. Februar 2013
Von Norman John Setnicker - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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For the reader who knows little of Slovenian politics, this book is a good introducation. In rather broad strokes the author traces the rapid rise of Slovenia from president Tito's socialistic model in the 1980-1990 to the liberal democratic leanings when Slovenia becomes a Republic in 1991. The author highlights the efforts of the varying political parties as they struggle to form a coalition and govern the infant republic. Within that struggle the parties were trying to determine the change in the value system of the church, the schools and more importantly the values of the native Slovenians. Struggles with corruption within the new democracy continue to plague Slovenia as it matures within the EU. The word "Transition" in the book title is significant in that the author sees Slovenia evolving as a democracy and yet knowing that they will continue to struggle with the new value system.
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