Inteligenca v Srbiji med revolucionarno represijo in družbeno integracijo 1944–1950
INTELLIGENTSIA IN SERBIA BETWEEN REVOLUTIONARY REPRESSION AND SOCIAL INTEGRATION 1944‐1950
The author analyses the post‐war repression and social integration as two mutually opposing forces in the strategy of the main actor – the revolutionary authorities of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia – towards the Serbian intelligentsia in the first years after the war. Special attention is paid to factors co‐shaping the attitude of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia towards the intellectuals and influencing its actions. In the context of each aforementioned orientation the author explores the internal dynamics, adopted measures, methods, and so on. She also focuses on the responses of the members of the intelligentsia to the orientations of the Party and the authorities. The discussion is written on the basis of unpublished archive sources, press and relevant literature.
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