Poklicna struktura poslancev Narodne skupščine Kraljevine SHS / Jugoslavije
OCCUPATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY MEMBERS OF THE KINGDOM OF SHS/YUGOSLAVIA
In the following discussion the authors analyse the occupational structure of the Members of Parliament of the first Yugoslav state. Taking into account the contemporary theoretical and practical documents, focusing on the personality of (ideal) Members of Parliament as well as their education and schooling, the authors attempt to establish whether any correlations exist between the occupational structure of the House of Parliament and the envisioned parliamentary culture. Due to the methodological issues involved in defining the occupations and because of the quality (as well as availability) or various information, the authors have based their analysis on the processed materials, published statistics, and archive materials from the National Assembly collection in the Archives of Yugoslavia.
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