The Development of the Croatian Nation: An Historical and Sociological Analysis
Examines the processes of social change that characterize the reformation of the nation. This study constructs a methodological framework for the analysis of the morphogenesis through the exploration of the basic assumptions of Social Realist Theory. These assumptions of the developed framework are tested on the case of Croatia.
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The Nation as a Social Form
Operationalisation and Methodology
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