Ethnic Minorities and Politics in Post-Socialist Southeastern Europe

Sabrina P. Ramet, Marko Valenta
Cambridge University Press, 22 sep. 2016 - 302 pagina's
Southeast European politics cannot be understood without taking ethnic minorities into account. This book provides a comprehensive introduction to the politics of ethnic minorities, examining both their political parties and issues of social distance, migration, and ethnic boundaries, as well as issues related to citizenship and integration. Coverage includes detailed analyses of Hungarian minority parties in Romania, Albanian minority parties in Macedonia, Serb minority parties in Croatia, Bosniak minority parties in Serbia, and various minority parties in Montenegro, as well as the Movement for Rights and Freedoms, a largely Turkish party, in Bulgaria.

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Social Distance Toward Ethnic Minorities in Croatia
Ethnic Minority Parties of Romania
Albanian Political Parties in Macedonia
The Organization and Political Position of Serbs in Croatia
Croat Ethnic Party Politics
The Movement for Rights and Freedoms
The Struggle for Recognition
Political Project
The Case of Unrecognized
Ethnic Boundaries and the Position of Minority Groups
Ethnic Boundaries and Politics in Kosovo
A Few Thoughts about Autonomy and Separatism

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Over de auteur (2016)

Sabrina P. Ramet is a Professor of Political Science at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway. She was elected in 2002 to membership in the Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters and in 2009 to membership in the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters. She earned her bachelor's degree in Philosophy at Stanford University, Califrornia, her master's degree in International Relations with the University of Arkansas, and her Ph.D. in Political Science at the University of California, Los Angeles. She is the author of twelve scholarly books, and editor or co-editor of 31 books - among them, Religion and Politics in Central and Southeastern Europe: Challenges since 1989 (2014) and Gender (In)equality and Gender Politics in Southeastern Europe:†A Question of Justice, co-edited with Christine M. Hassenstab†(2015).†She has written more than one hundred journal articles and has contributed chapters to various scholarly collections.

Marko Valenta is a Professor at the Department of Social Work and Health Science at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway. He is also a Senior Researcher at the NTNU Social Research. He studied Law at the University of Split, Croatia, and Sociology, Social Science and Geography at NTNU. He also earned his Ph.D. in Sociology at NTNU. He is author or co-editor of three previous books and author or co-author of more than sixty journal articles, research reports, and book chapters focusing on ethnic relations, international migrations, and the Yugoslav successor states. Valenta is a member of the European IMISCOE Research Network and board member of Nordic Migrations and Ethnic Relations research network. He coordinates the International Migrations and Ethnic Relations Research Network for Southeastern Europe.

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