2 edition of Yugoslav worker found in the catalog.
|Statement||[Translated by Olga Popović]|
|LC Classifications||HD8633.5 .D4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||62067778|
The belief, for example, that if we work hard, obey the law and get a good education we can achieve stable employment, social status and mobility along with financial security becomes a lie. Social Courts in Theory and Practice: Yugoslav Workers' Courts in Comparative Perspective. By Robert M. Hayden. Read preview. Excerpt. This book is both interdisciplinary and comparative, drawing on the literatures and techniques of anthropology and academic law, and on data and concepts developed in the social study of law in the United States.
Growing up, she’s always sensed her father’s disappointment at not having a son to help with the farm work. So when Meg dances all night at the local market hall with Sam Alderson, a lead miner from Swaledale, a new light enters her life. Sam and his brother Jack show Meg a . Yugoslav definition: 1. belonging to or relating to the former country of Yugoslavia, its people, or its language 2. a. Learn more.
The authors provide a review of the experience, role, structure, and functions of workers' councils in the Former Republic of Yugoslavia, a country that undertook one of the most comprehensive programs of worker self-management, including the widespread and legally mandated use of workers' councils. Click to read more about Serbian and Yugoslav Mauser Rifles by Branko Bogdanovic. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Branko Bogdanovic.
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Dr. Goodlett has done historians of East Europe a great service by examining in a fresh light the events of the late s and s, Yugoslav worker book the labor crisis within Yugoslavia became enmeshed with the movement of Yugoslav workers to Western Europe to seek employment Author: David E.
Despite common origins, the economy of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) was significantly different from the economies of the Soviet Union and other Eastern European socialist states, especially after the Yugoslav-Soviet break-up in The occupation and liberation struggle in World War II left Yugoslavia's infrastructure cy: Yugoslav dinar (YUD).
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Learn more about Yugoslavia. This book contains the Proceedings of a Conference held on January in Amsterdam on the problems and perspectives of Yugoslav workers' self management. The Yugoslav writers were selected according to the criteria that they are competent in their field and that they have different viewpoints in their assessment of the system.
This book analyses continuities and discontinuities between the Cold War Yugoslavia and post-Yugoslav states, in economic, social, political and ideational spheres. Even 30 years after its collapsing, Yugoslavia still lives in collective memory, institutional practice and identity-designing of its many successor-states.
The Croatian writer Robert Perisic goes out of his way not to tell us where his novel “No-Signal Area” is set, but it is clearly one of the former Yugoslav republics, about 15 years after the wars.
Ironically, Yugoslav workers’ councils tended to empower managers, engineers, and white-collar workers over the lower-skilled working class. As the councils took over complicated accounting, marketing, and management decisions, the more educated and higher-skilled workers. Workers' self-management, also referred to as labor management and organizational self-management, is a form of organizational management based on self-directed work processes on the part of an organization's workforce.
Self-management is a defining characteristic of socialism, with proposals for self-management having appeared many times throughout the history of the socialist movement.
This book contains the Proceedings of a Conference held on January in Amsterdam on the problems and perspectives of Yugoslav workers' self management. The Yugoslav writers were selected according to the criteria that they are competent in their field and that they have different viewpoints in their assessment of the : Springer Netherlands.
After the war, a practice of “Youth Work Actions” was established, in which young people in Yugoslavia volunteered to build roads and railroads as part of “youth brigades.”. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Deleon, Ašer. Yugoslav worker. Beograd, Yugoslav Trade Unions, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.
: Yugoslav Workers’ Selfmanagement: Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Amsterdam, 7–9 January, (): Broekmeyer, M.J.: Books. "Urban transformations and public health in the emergent city" published on 18 Aug by Manchester University Press.
Yugoslavian definition ata free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now. This book on the breakup of yugoslavia and the subsequent mass violence all across the balkans was neither illuminating nor educating.
The author frequently insults the intelligence of those he interacts with, particular insulting attention given to serbs. He also uses repetitive hyperbole in /5(67). Get this from a library. Yugoslav worker emigration, government policy and press coverage. [David Eugene Goodlett].
Socialist countries like Yugoslavia garnered legitimacy through appealing to social equality. Yet social stratification was characteristic of Yugoslav society and increased over the course of the state's existence. By the s the country was divided on socio-economic as well as national lines.
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Seeking out the material for Red Light was done at a time when partisan photography — alongside partisan and Yugoslav heritage more broadly — has become unwanted in the countries built on the ruins of socialist Yugoslavia. Many archives are closed off to researchers, and even the publication of a book like this one is hailed as an act of.
But life was fair to Savic. His great will to work paid off with the chance given to him by Maljkovic – and Savic used it. In his first season playing elite basketball, he played more like a veteran than a rookie. The first title arrived in February, when Jugoplastika defeated Crvena Zvezda in the Yugoslav Cup final played in Dubrovnik.Book Description.
The object of this study, originally published inconsists in developing, against the background of Yugoslav theory and practice, a general theory of the behaviour of economic productive units (the enterprises), managed by those who work therein (the workers or producers) whose reward for work in their share in the group’s net income.
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