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2011, iss. 31, pp. 407-418
Everyday life and colonists: Scopes of the anthropologic analysis of the one ideological project: Pursuant to the book of Aleksandar Pavlović: Everyday life of colonists in Kosovo and Metohia 1918-1941, Institute for Serbian culture, Priština-Leposavić, 2011
Institute for Serbian Culture, Leposavić
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Material and spiritual culture of Kosovo and Metohija (MESTD - 178028)

Abstract
Everyday life of colonists in the period between two world wars was analysed as the consequence of ideological project of the Slavic one spread and establishing of demographic balance in Kosovo and Metohia. The fundament for this paper writing is the monograph of MA Aleksandar Pavlović Everyday Life of Colonists in Kosovo and Metohia 1918­1941, which represents an important contribution to the study of everyday life in Kosovo and Metohia. By describing everyday life, Pavlović managed to indicate the fact that colonists had been used as the instrument for achievement of much more important objective of that time authorities, which, under the veil of the worry of their economic-social position improvement, wished demographic balance in Kosovo and Metohia. As the colonization and the process of agrarian reform was implemented arbitrarily without clear strategy, and later on, interrupted by the outbreak of the Second World War, it can be said the colonization process neither was completed nor achieved its original function. The evidence for the mentioned is everyday life of colonists deteriorated by bad living conditions, antagonism of the natives, and security-related threats, which became reality after the outbreak of war.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Polemical Paper
published in SCIndeks: 20/03/2012
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