Young Women in Post-Yugoslav Societies

Young Women in Post-Yugoslav Societies

Young Women  in Post-Yugoslav Societies
19. März 2014
Institute for Social Research in Zagreb Human Rights Centre, University of Sarajevo
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Erscheinungsort: Sarajvo i Zagreb
Erscheinungsdatum: 2014
Seitenanzahl: 193
Sprache der Veröffentlichung: Kroatisch

Inhaltsverzeichnis:

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword..........................................................................................................9

CHAPTER 1: EDUCATION
Biljana Kašić: Towards a Critical Knowledge: Gender-Sensitive Education
in the Abyss or an Illusion?.................................................................................19
Milena Karapetrović: The View from Semi-Periphery – About Feminism
and Gender Education in Bosnia and Herzegovina.............................................43
Isidora Jarić and Valentina Sokolovska: The Problems of Implementation of
Gender Equality Project in Vocational High School Education: Case Study
of High Schools for Economic Vocations in Serbia.............................................69

CHAPTER 2: LABOUR MARKET
Višnja Ljubičić: Discrimination of Young Women in the Croatian Labour
Market.............................................................................................................113
Valerija Barada and Jaka Primorac: Non-Paid, Under-Paid and Self-
Exploiting Labour as a Choice and a Necessity: Example of Women in
Creative Industries...........................................................................................143

CHAPTER 3: FAMILY
Suzana Simonovska and Vesna Dimitrievska: Reproductive Health and
Rights in the Republic of Macedonia................................................................167
Živa Humer and Metka Kuhar: Partner Equality as a Process – the Case
Study of Partnership from Slovenia...................................................................187
Branka Galić: Socio-Cultural Influences of Reproductive Technologies and
Family Concepts in Contemporary Society.......................................................213

CHAPTER 4: VIOLENCE
Ivana Radačić: Human Rights of Women and the Mechanisms of Their
Implementation in Croatia with the Focus on Regulation of Violence
Against Women................................................................................................237
Zorica Mršević: Young Lesbians and Transgender Girls in Serbia.....................259
CHAPTER 5: CULTURE
Keith Doubt: Elopement and Ego-Identity in the Narratives of Bosnian
Women............................................................................................................287
Svetlana Slapšak: A “Girl” in the Yugoslav Film and Independent National
Cinematographies: Historico-Anthropological Investigation of Cultural
Imageries.........................................................................................................305
Jelena Tešija, Viktorija Car and Josip Šipić: The Analysis of Female
Characters in the Pula Film Festival Award-Winning Films 1992-2011.............321
Zlatiborka Popov Momčinović: Young Women in Contemporary
Bosnian Women’s Movement: The Contradictions within the Changes............357
LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS...................................................................375