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Sociološki pregled
2018, vol. 52, br. 4, str. 1476-1500
jezik rada: srpski, engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
objavljeno: 04/04/2019
doi: 10.5937/socpreg52-18097
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Nestajanje Jugoslavije na tržištu globalnog kapitala
Institut za političke studije, Beograd

e-adresa: vesna.stankovic.pejnovic@gmail.com

Projekat

Demokratski i nacionalni kapaciteti političkih institucija Srbije u procesu međunarodnih integracija (MPNTR - 179009)

Sažetak

Proces raspada Jugoslavije je direktan rezultat modernog kapitalizma i njegovog bezgraničog širenja tržišta u ekonomskom smislu te neoliberalizma u ideološkom smislu. Raspad Jugoslavije je bio preduslov za globalizaciju njenih tržišta i oduzimanje društvenog bogatstva. Globalne finansijske sile su direktno povezane sa slabljenjem i nestajanjem države na temelju neoliberalnog modela i univerzalizacije neoliberalnog diskursa, koji zahtevaju promene u vladajućim oblicima države redefinišući njen suverenitet kroz strukturalne promene. Kroz dominaciju globalnog finansijskog sistema, zapadne sile su, u potrazi za nacionalnim i kolektivnim strateškim interesima, pomogle da jugoslovenska ekonomija dođe do kolapsa, a građani u etničke i društvene sukobe. Globalni mediji su, kroz pažljivo osmišljenu propagandu, zagovarali 'slobodno tržište' kao temelj za obnovu ratom razorene ekonomije. Kroz društveni i politički uticaj ekonomskog restrukturiranja u Jugoslaviji je postepeno izbrisano kolektivno razumevanje, socijalna kohezija i zajednički jugoslovenski identitet. Intelektualna i politička elita je dogmatično predstavljala kulturne, etničke i verske podele kao jedini uzrok rata i razaranja. Cilj rada je dokazati kako je Jugoslavija nestala razorena moćima kapitala kroz korporacijski sistem koji je preko svojih dijagramskih struktura rasute moći bazirane na manipulaciji i neoliberalnoj ideologiji uspeo realizovati svoj cilj totalne privatizacije svega onog što je pripadalo području javnog dobra.

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