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2012, iss. 33, pp. 339-362
Everyday life of youth in the north of Kosovo and Metohia: Orientation toward the specificity of educational system and security situations
aInstitute for Serbian Culture, Leposavić
bCentar za razvoj zajednica, Kosovska Mitrovica,
Material and spiritual culture of Kosovo and Metohija (MESTD - 178028)

This paper represents the result of explorative research with the aim to look into the attitudes of students and secondary-school pupils of Serbian nationality on the life perspectives in Kosovo and Metohia. In the first part of the paper the authors talked on everyday life, which in the conditions of Serbian society destruction in the last decade of the 20th century, had become a respectable field within social sciences. The authors see the everyday life of youths as attractive and priority theme to be researched, should relevant conclusions on the perspectives of youths life in post-conflict surrounding were desired. In this paper conditions and personal experience of education in post-war society were researched, whereas in the second part it was talked on the feeling of (non)security due to life conditions in Kosovo and Metohia. The research was carried out by the use of focus-group technique. Among the respondents there was an emphasised need to leave from the origin place in the peaceful parts of Serbia. That tendency is more present with the respondents from villages/enclaves, which are to see the northern Kosovska Mitrovica as peaceful part of Serbia as well, whereas the respondents originally from the north of the province are speaking on the leaving to Belgrade and other university centres with the aim to escape from political everyday life. The research also shows the prominent dissatisfaction of the young Serbs with everyday life, spare time, perspectives which are not to be seen, due to which the authors believe it is necessary to carry out the research with greater sample and by the use of complementary techniques in the future, and with the aim of more thorough acquaintance of scientific publicity with the attitudes of young Serbs on the life characteristics in Kosovo and Metohia.
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