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2021, br. 3-4, str. 143-148
Leisure activities of the population of Montenegro
(naslov ne postoji na srpskom)
aFaculty of Humanities studies, Podgorica, Montenegro
bUniverzitet u Banjoj Luci, Filološki fakultet, Republika Srpska, BiH
cFaculty of Business Economics and Entrepreneurship, Belgrade

e-adresaborivoje.djukanovic@gmail.com, macanovicn@yahoo.com, mirjana.radovic@ien.bg.ac.rs
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In this paper, we examined the choice of types of favorite and unpopular activities and ways of practicing among different groups, age, education, and strata of Montenegrin society in leisure time. A random selection of 805 respondents was made. A special questionnaire was constructed for the purposes of this research. The starting theoretical position was Bourdieu's theory. The three favorite activities of our respondents in their free time were watching television, hanging out with friends, and walking. It is interesting that sleep is in the fourth place in terms of frequency in the first two choices of the most favorite activities, and in the third choice even in the second place. We can conclude that great poverty was observed in the choice of three activities that the respondents most often perform in the order of their importance. However, almost 2/5 (39%) practice them actively. It seems that these restrictions in terms of frequency are more conditioned by external, objective factors than the poverty of the respondents' needs for various forms of leisure recreation. The results of our research largely confirm Bourdieu's theoretical heritage, and partly do not confirm it. The most unexpected result is a very slight layer difference in the choice of the most favorite activity and the absence of differences in stating the reasons for the least popular. In our opinion, the main reason should not be sought in the epistemological weaknesses of Bourdieu's theory, but in the fact that Bourdieu's theory can be empirically tested on developed societies so that differences can be clearly expressed, in "pure" form. At least now, Montenegrin society does not belong to such societies.
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DOI: 10.5937/intrev2103142D
primljen: 25.11.2021.
prihvaćen: 17.12.2021.
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 28.01.2022.
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